List Services nabs archaeological database

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List Services Corporation introduces the Archaeological Institute of America Members file to the market.

 

This file contains members of the Archaeological Institute of America (AIA) as well as American Journal of Archaeology (AJA) subscribers. The AIA strives to preserve the world's archaeological resources and cultural heritage. Membership automatically allows access to the AJA, which is also accessible via subscription. One of the leading journals devoted to archaeology and related fields, AJA reaches 53 countries and close to 1,000 universities. It is published quarterly in both print and electronic formats.

 

The 8,600 universe list is available for $250/M.   

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