Audio News from Archaeologica
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Oregon biface cache; Neolithic post circle in England; astrochonology proposed; Chinese tomb links to central Asia
DNA and the ice-free corridor; Persian inscription at ancient Greek city in Russia; Copper Age earthworks in Spain; large Hawaiian coastal petroglyphs
Cahokia burials include females; rich Cretan tomb; the Alamo’s main gate; an ancient flood and China’s first royal dynasty
Ice Age ropemaking tool in Germany; Spanish colonial fort in South Carolina; Egyptian statue fragment in Israel; new thoughts on Polynesia-Native America contact
Early Puerto Rico colonists’ cave inscriptions; ancient Chinese capital canal system; new Mesopotamia chronology; Neolithic shepherds in Egypt’s Western Desert
Complex farming in prehistoric England; ancient padlock in Japan; unusual Teotihuacano burial; huge Roman mosaic in Cyprus
Ancient shaman woman in Israeli cave; long-lost battlefield in South Carolina; obsidian tattoo kit from the South Pacific; long occupation of Brazilian pithouses
Carthage circus water system; British Columbia fish camp; Portuguese megalithic tomb as star-tracker; Indo-Greek city in northern Pakistan
Million year old tools in Catalonia; Ottoman shrine and mosque in Hungary; very ancient site in New Brunswick; city formation evidenced at Iraqi Kurdistan mound.
Native American Georgia homestead; Belgium pollen reflects medieval diet; Irish bog butter; Chalcolithic rockshelter livestock pens in northern Spain.
Bronze in Alaska; new text on Antikythera Mechanism; new DNA study on Australia’s Mungo Man; satellite pics enable new Petra discovery.
King Tut’s meteoritic iron dagger; Maya observatory tracked Venus: writing from early Roman London; microbes made faux Greek ruins.