Featured Videos

California’s Obsidian Trail

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Location: California, USA       Length: 18 min.

In the shadow of Mt. Whitney lies California’s Owens Valley, the deepest valley in North America…

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Like the Moosni Turtle the Comca’ac Can Endure

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Location: Mexico       Length: 19 min.

Along the shore of the Sea of Cortez live the Comca’ac Indians of Mexico, also known as the Seri.  Traditionally a hunting and gathering culture subsisting on the green sea turtle…

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Strata - November 2016

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Underwater cave in the Philippines; highway archaeology finds Roman site in the UK

Archaeologists dive on Marigondon Cave, best known as one of the most famous diving spots in Cebu City, Philippines. Archaeologists carried out excavations over the summer of 2014 on the route to bypass Cannington, a town in West Somerset, England...

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The Historical Life of the Agnew Tramway

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Location: California, USA       Length: 16 min.

The Agnew Tramway in California’s Sierra Nevada was built in 1915 to service a series of high-elevation dams still operating as the Rush Creek Hydroelectric Historic District.  The tramway pulled workers…

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Dive Into History: The Shipwrecks of Biscayne National Park - Episode VII, S.S. Erl King

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Location: Florida, USA       Length: 5 min.

Divers and snorkelers can tour six shipwrecks on the Maritime Heritage Trail in Biscayne National Park. Erl King was a 306 foot, iron-hulled, three-masted steamer built by A. and J. Inglis Shipbuilders and Engineers of Glasgow…

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Featured Audio

Audio News from Archaeologica, 20 November 2016 - 26 November 2016

Bronze Age ceramic figure in Israel; Bosnian Roman settlement; Abydos cemetery and city 5500 years old; original Plymouth cemetery

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Audio News from Archaeologica, 13 November 2016 - 19 November 2016

Megalithic structure in Kazakhsan; Renaissance dentures from Italy; third nested pyramid at Chichen Itza; very ancient nose-piercing jewelry in Australia

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Audio News from Archaeologica, 6 November 2016 - 12 November 2016

Shakespearean theater unearthed in London; archer burial in southern Siberia; Middle Kingdom causeway in southern Egypt; circular objects and early African-American religious adaptation

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Audio News from Archaeologica, 30 October 2016 - 5 November 2016

Bronze Age city identified in Kurdistan; Early Archaic burial cave in northern Mexico; Middle Stone Age ochre in Ethiopia; Medieval English well know for its curse

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Audio News from Archaeologica, 23 October 2016 - 29 October 2016

Byzantine era inn; new technology for the Plain of Jars; violent burial practices in the American Southwest; remarkable Japanese swords.

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