Video Guide List

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achilles5

Location: Italy         Length: 8 min.

Pompeii is well known for its rich archaeological record sealed by volcanic deposits in A.D. 79. But what was the history of the city and its inhabitants before this date?

achilles5

Location: Worldwide         Length: 28 min.

Featuring interviews with today's news-makers, host Faith Haney of Central Washington University explores cultural anthropology and archaeology…

achilles5

Location: Worldwide         Length: 34 min

In this series of interviews with today's news-makers, host Faith Haney of Central Washington University explores cultural anthropology and archaeology…

achilles5

Location: Worldwide         Length: 37 min.

In this series of interviews with today's news-makers, host Faith Haney of Central Washington University explores cultural anthropology and archaeology...

achilles5

Location: Worldwide         Length: 34 min

In this series of interviews with today's news-makers, host Faith Haney of Central Washington University (CWU) explores cultural anthropology and archaeology…

achilles5

Location: Worldwide         Length: 23 min.

In this series of interviews with today’s news-makers, host Faith Haney of Central Washington University (CWU) explores cultural anthropology and archaeology…

achilles5

Location: Worldwide         Length: 22 min.

In this series of news-maker interviews, host Faith Haney of Central Washington University (CWU) explores cultural anthropology and archaeology…

achilles5

Location: Greece         Length: 14 min.

In 1901, sponge divers found an extraordinary mechanism on the sea bottom near the island of Antikythera. It astonished the whole international community, stumping scientists for decades…

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Location: West Virginia, USA     Length: 6 min.

Located on an unremarkable spot by the Ohio River, the Willow Island site challenged all expectations…

lenapechief web

Location: Delaware, USA       Length: 20 min.

This video is an exploration of the practitioner’s personal side of archaeology…