Brigham Young University scientists will speak at the second annual Archaeology Week in Utah lecture series scheduled for early April.

All lectures will be at 7 p.m. in the auditorium of the Bean Life Science Museum at BYU. The schedule is as follows: April 4, Joel C. Janetski, director of the Museum of Peoples and Cultures at BYU, "100 Years of Utah Archaeology: The Anasazi and Fremont"; April 6, James D. Wilde, director of BYU's Office of Public Archaeology, "Archaeology of People: The Anasazi and Fremont Cultures of Utah"; April 7, David J. Johnson, BYU anthropologist, "Workshop and Technology at Petra, Jordan, in the first four centuries A.D."; April 11, Don Southworth, historical archaeologist with the BYU Office of Public Archaeology, "Utah Pioneer Architecture."The lectures are free and open to the public. For more information call 378-6112.