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The year 1951 in archaeology involved some significant events.
- c. January - Old Furnace, Coalbrookdale, England.
- Awwam temple near Ma'rib in Yemen, by Wendell Phillips of the American Foundation for the Study of Man (continues to 1952).
- Stanwick Iron Age Fortifications in North Yorkshire, by Mortimer Wheeler (continues to 1952).
- Hod Hill in Dorset, by Ian Richmond for the British Museum (continues to 1958).
- Tasghîmût fortress in Morocco, by Charles Allain and Jacques Meunié.
- July - The term "Industrial archaeology" is first used in print in Britain.
- The Durrës Archaeological Museum is established in Durrës, Albania.
- Social Evolution, by V. Gordon Childe (1892–1957), Australian-born archaeologist.
- The Prehistory of Wales, by W. F. Grimes (1905–1988), Welsh archaeologist.
- A Land, by Jacquetta Hawkes (1910–1996), British archaeologist.
- Darby, Michael S. (2010). "Ironworks to museum". In Belford, Paul; et al. (eds.). Footprints of Industry. Oxford: Archaeopress. pp. 3–15. ISBN 978-1-4073-0727-5.
- Allain, Charles; Meunié, Jacques (1951). "Recherches archéologiques au Tasghimout au Mesfouai". Hespéris (in French). 38: 381–405.
- Rix, Michael (July 1951). "Birmingham". History Today. London. 1 (7): 59.
- "Archaeological Museum , Durrës". albania.al. Retrieved 3 January 2018.