Educational Nonprofit ‘Archaeology In The Community’ Shares Photo Bundle

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Download a free photo bundle from nonprofit Archaeology In The Community.

The old adage ‘a picture is worth a thousand words’ holds true where our new Vuze bundle is concerned. We’ve partnered with national education nonprofit Archaeology In The Community (AITC) to bring you a photo collection that redefines what archaeology actually means. Hint: it’s not just about dinos, digs and bones.

AITC works with students of all ages to increase awareness about archaeology and the role it plays in human history, culture and society. Through photography students are able to capture the lives and events of times past and present and use them to tell a story about who we are, where we’ve come from and how we’ve evolved. In a vivid and moving collection of imagery a better understanding about humanity and communities is presented.

The new photo bundle brings the work of actual AITC students together for you your to explore and enjoy. In an effort to support AITC we encourage you to consider making a donation to them and pledging your support with a social media Twibbon.

Now for the goods! The free photo bundle includes 15 unique images taken by actual AITC students. Download and enjoy!

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How to download Vuze content bundles

If you’ve never used Vuze and want the content bundle, here’s a mini-walkthrough to help get you started. Happy torrenting!

  1. Download and install Vuze or Vuze Leap
  2. Click here to get the bundle
  3. Drag and drop the bundle file into Vuze
  4. You’re done!

Having trouble downloading the bundle or would like assistance with installation? Please visit and our online community and moderators will be happy to assist you.

All rightsholders in this bundle have authorized their work for distribution via Vuze.

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