After gaining his BA in history and archaeology from Birkbeck College, London University, he went on to earn his Masters Degree in forensic archaeological science from the Institute of Archaeology at University College, London.
What does IOA stand for?
IOA stands for Institute of Archaeology (University of California, Los Angeles)
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We have 91 other meanings of IOA in our Acronym Attic
- Independent Orbiter Assessment (Space Shuttle)
- Indian Olympic Association
- Indiana Optometric Association
- Inductive Output Amplifier
- Industrial Operations Analyst (GSA job description)
- Information-Oriented Architecture
- Initial Operational Assessment
- Input/Output Adapter
- Input/Output Automaton
- Institute of Acoustics
- Institute of Astronomy
- Institute of Outdoor Advertising
- Institute on Aging (University of North Carolina)
- Instrument Operating Assembly
- Integrated Office Accounting
- Integrated Operation Architecture (BMS Software, Inc)
- Integrated Operations Architecture (NASA)
- International Olympic Athlete (2000 Olympics; now East Timor)
- International Ombudsman Association (Hillsborough, NJ)
- International Ornithological Association
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The award-winning Institute of Archaeology and Antiquity (IAA), which played a key role in the discovery of the Staffordshire Hoard, has been axed with the loss of eight jobs.
I WOULD like to give a very heartfelt thanks to the archaeologists from Cardiff University and the Institute of Archaeology UCL for their efforts in allowing public access to the recently discovered port buildings alongside the Usk at the Caerleon Roman fortress.
Sponsored by the Royal Ontario Museum, The Hellenic Republic and Greek Communities of Canada, and The Toronto Society of the American Institute of Archaeology
He had completed a PhD at University College London's Institute of Archaeology and was learning about a rare monkey species in readiness for a career in primate conservation, his former supervisor said.
Mr Samphire, 31, who completed a PhD at University College London's Institute of Archaeology, was learning about a rare monkey species in readiness for a career in primate conservation, his former supervisor said.