Welcome to the Archaeological Research Institute
ARI is moving, and is temprarily closed to the public. Our web server is part of the move, and will be offline for some time. If you are not redirected automatically, click the link belowThe Archaeological Research Institute
The Archaeological Research Institute (ARI) was established in 1995 as a unit of Arizona State University to undertake the preservation of archaeological materials and related data, to pursue research activities associated with the archaeological record, and to conduct educational programs to disseminate knowledge of the past to Arizona's citizens. ARI encourages and facilitates Native American involvement and training in curation management and museum operation.
What's New at ARI
Check out our Digital Library initiatives in the menu to the left.
ARI hosts ArchNet the WWW Virtual Library for Archaeology.
Featured Educational Selections
Our Southwest Pottery Resource Page is perfect for 4th grade Arizona prehistory.
Archaeology at ASU is an online exhibit about some of the archaeological projects conducted on the Tempe Campus at ASU.
ARI is a participant in the Flat Stanley Project. Take a peak into the adventures of Flat Stanley and his Visit to Tempe, Arizona, ARI and the 2004 Archaeology Expo.