Archaeological Consultants Holding Arizona Antiquities Act Permits
To do archaeological work on state, county, city or other municipal properties in Arizona, an archaeologist must first qualify, then obtain a Blanket or Project-Specific Arizona Antiquities Act Permit from the Arizona State Museum, University of Arizona. (Reference: Chapter VIII B: Rules implementing A.R.S. 15-1631 and 41-841, ET SEQ., the Arizona Antiquities Act).
The document linked below includes the individuals, companies and organizations that - to date - have obtained Arizona Antiquity Act Blanket Permits. You can select an archaeologist from this list or solicit archaeological assistance from elsewhere. However, please remember: the archaeologist you select must first qualify, obtain and have in possession an up-to-date Arizona Antiquities Act Permit to do any archaeological survey or excavation on state, county, city or other municipal properties in Arizona.
2016 Permit Holders (PDF*)
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