Audio News from Archaeologica
The news of the week in audio, brought to you by The Archaeology Channel, is compiled and written by Michelle Hilling of Archaeologica and read by Laura Pettigrew. The audio news is compiled from Archaeologica’s daily news updates. The musical interludes are original compositions by Anthony Pettigrew.
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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.
Chinese brewery 5000 years old; historical Idaho massacre located; stalagmite structure built by Neanderthals; high-altitude rock paintings in France.
Jewelry from jawbones in Oaxaca; Revolutionary War period discoveries in Philadelphia; merger of Egyptians and Nubians; Israel shipwreck from time of Constantine.
Swedish runestone deciphered; horse racing in Roman Turkey; Jamestown cooking grill; Captain Cook ship in Rhode Island
Buddhist shrine in Pakistan; rare Etruscan writing; island builders in south Florida; mosaic from Roman Antioch