Working quickly without heavy equipment to avoid damage to the artifact, archaeologists organized by Southeastern Archaeological Research excavate a thousand-year-old forty-foot wooden canoe from the sandy shore of an island in Tampa Bay.
Vandals in 2011 tagged the walls of an Oregon mountain cave, obscuring Native American rock art drawn on the walls many centuries ago.
In this documentary, Felix Ugarte Elkartea introduces us to the complex world of the ancient mining that the Romans developed at the ancient port city of Oiasso, located within the modern city today named Irun in Spanish and Gipuzkoa in Basque, in Spain near the French border.
With the 2012 Olympics and Paralympics approaching, the East London landscape in 2010 was being reshaped. This Olympic waterscape encompasses the Lea Valley, a system of braided waterways that define the area.
In a prepared video statement shown at the 2014 annual meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology, Ivor Noël Hume explains why he believes that Odyssey Marine Exploration, Inc., should be accepted as a member of the professional archaeological community.
Ancient farming on the Tibetan Plateau; submerged settlement off Greek island; children’s moccasins in Utah cave; excavations ongoing just meters from ISIL territory
Very ancient infant burials in Alaska; Roman glass dish in Japanese tomb; elaborate mural in northern Chinese tomb; manufacturing process for China’s terracotta warriors.
Dutch warship in Tobago; witchmarks inscribed to protect King James I; lives of Roman-era children in Egypt; uncovering the city of King Midas
Middle Eastern stone circles; possible burial chamber beneath Teotihuacan; sacrificed children in coastal Peru; constellations on early Greek wine cup
Very old high-altitude site in Peruvian Andes; Mongol-founded city on the Volga River; bone analysis and vegetarian Roman gladiators; genetic link between Easter Island and South America.