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Illinois Archaeology in the Field

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Unbeknownst to most people, lots of archaeology goes on in Illinois all the time.  Visit some excavation sites and drop in on the lab where the archaeologists organize, catalog and interpret what they find.  The Illinois Archaeological Survey produced this video to explain...

Walking in Two Worlds: Native Americans, Archaeology and Dialogue along the Cowanesque


Important decisions surrounding archaeological work in the path of a major Pennsylvania highway involved sensitive discussions among 15 Native American tribes, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation and the Federal Highway Administration...

A River Runs Under It


This film takes us on an exploration of the Watermill Theater in Berkshire and its change in uses from a corn mill to a fulling mill, a paper mill and eventually a theater.  Its three hundred year history is seen today through remnants of the past and even a rumor of a ghost...

Strata: Portraits of Humanity - September 2015


Ruins of Nan Madol


On the island of Pohnpei lies the huge megalithic complex of Nan Madol, the most impressive construction in all the Pacific islands.  Here an elite class separated themselves from the rest and carried out important rituals...

Kalaupapa: A Story to Tell


Kalaupapa, Hawaii, is one of those rare places where the history that began in the 1860s is still alive today.  Located on the rugged shore of Molokai, Kalaupapa was chosen as the inescapable place to isolate Hawaiians with Hansen's Disease, better known as leprosy...

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Audio News from Archaeologica, 27 Sep 2015 - 3 Oct 2015


Mummification in Bronze Age UK; mosaic floor in Israel depicts Egyptian city; Bronze Age ritual sauna in Scotland’s Orkney Islands; American Revolution first-day battle


Audio News from Archaeologica, 20 Sep 2015 - 26 Sep 2015


Very old beheading in Brazil; oldest Egyptian leather scroll; necropolis burials in Azerbaijan; Antikythera shipwreck excavations


Audio News from Archaeologica, 13 Sep 2015 - 19 Sep 2015


Sudan pyramids; prehistoric Australian demography; fortified Roman village in Germany; 5000 year old throne in Turkey


Audio News from Archaeologica, 6 Sep 2015 - 12 Sep 2015


Huge buried monument near Stonehenge; house discovery expands map of early Rome; Spanish armor from Texas; surprising shipwrecks in Malaysia


Audio News from Archaeologica, 30 Aug 2015 - 5 Sep 2015


Maya environmental impacts; mass grave in UK has Scottish prisoners; underwater Bronze Age site in Greece; Israeli officials recover Roman sarcophagus


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