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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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Audio News from Archaeologica, 21 June 2015 - 27 Jun 2015

 

Civil War camp in Chicago; 17th century Swedish bishop; 14th century Swiss battlefield; oldest North American footprints.

 

Audio News from Archaeologica, 14 June 2015 - 20 Jun 2015

 

Canada flooding exposes ancient site; graffiti at Aphrodisias; inscription from King David’s time; Iron Age pork feasting in Wales.

 

Audio News from Archaeologica, 7 June 2015 - 13 Jun 2015

 

Brewing ancient mead for disease resistance; Syrian villages protect their site; genetic study of Bronze Age migrations; ancient bison hunting tradition in Oklahoma

 

Audio News from Archaeologica, 31 May 2015 - 6 Jun 2015

 

Scythian mound cache; intact 17th century French woman; Amazon warrior with lasso; North and South Korea cooperate on ancient palace.

 

Audio News from Archaeologica, 24 May 2015 - 30 May 2015

 

Spanish skull is 400,000-year-old murder; Psychedelic drugs among the Philistines; Illegal Italian artifacts returned from U.S.;Giant Montana rock art site mapped by drone

 

Audio News from Archaeologica, 17 May 2015 - 23 May 2015

 

New Moche temple in Peru; Strontium says Bronze Age girl was German; Two-story houses in Bulgarian Neolithic; Heavy gambling in Utah cave

 

Audio News from Archaeologica, 10 May 2015 - 16 May 2015

 

Medieval Paris cemetery; Iron Age Spanish hoard in megalithic structure; intact Spanish ship off Panama coast; Paleo-Indian art work in Alaska.

 

Audio News from Archaeologica, 3 May 2015 - 9 May 2015

 

Danish Neolithic trident; Nazca lines as pilgrimage routes; artifacts from Confederate gunboat; Viking antler trade.

 

Audio News from Archaeologica, 26 April 2015 - 2 May 2015

 

DNA research supports Inuit migration model; Native American massacre site in Idaho; how Easter Island moai got their hats; archaeology at Battle of Waterloo.

 

Audio News from Archaeologica, 19 April 2015 - 25 April 2015

 

Mercury in Teotehuacan tomb; Old Kingdom Pharoah’s tomb in unexpected place; clam gardens in Pacific Northwest; Hellenistic Egypt hangover cure

 

Audio News from Archaeologica, 12 April 2015 - 18 April 2015

 

Vernacular Latin graffiti on Spanish pots; earliest European tools in Spanish cave; new finds along the Great Wall of China; artifacts show early Alaska-Asia trade

 

Audio News from Archaeologica, 5 April 2015 - 11 April 2015

 

Romantic burial positions in Neolithic Greece; Peru tombs hold dozens of mummies; Korean female royal emtombed with male sacrifice; huge administrative complex in southern Iraq

 

Audio News from Archaeologica, 29 March 2015 - 4 April 2015

 

Medieval salve kills MRSA; 1000 medieval burials beneath English school; 17th Century camel skeleton in Austria; Utah site as old as Clovis, but not Clovis

 

Audio News from Archaeologica, 22 March 2015 - 28 March 2015

 

Underground city in Cappadocia; formation of early Maya ritual center; Neolithic defleshing in Italy; earliest breast cancer in Egyptian burial

 

Audio News from Archaeologica, 15 March 2015 - 21 March 2015

 

Massive UK genetics study; Cervantes tomb located; dates for Micronesian coral tombs; remarkably early Seattle-area lithic site