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Featured Videos

Strata - March 2020

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field school in Spain; peopling of Americas

Chloe Duckworth introduces us to her dig at the Alhambra in Spain and to some of her field crew... 

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Strata - February 2020

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Stone, Bronze and Iron ages; Caveirac Castle

Chloe Duckworth takes us to the National Museum of Denmark, where C. J. Thomsen in the 19th century began dividing prehistory... 

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Strata - January 2020

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The Battle of Jerash

Set on the grounds of a preserved Roman hippodrome, a group of performing legionnaires, gladiators and charioteers... 

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Strata - December 2019

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How the Romans made glass; discovering ancient Trento, Italy [Part 2]

In this episode of the ArchaeoDuck series, Annelies Van de Ven lends us her expert take on archaeology and museums... 

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Strata - November 2019

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Archaeology, museums and the public; discovering ancient Trento, Italy [Part 1]

In this episode of the ArchaeoDuck series, Annelies Van de Ven lends us her expert take on archaeology and museums... 

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Featured Audio

Audio News from Archaeologica, March 29 through April 4, 2020

Ancient Florida fish ponds; treasure trove in Cretan cave; floating palaces of Roman Emperor Caligula; ritual site of Mesopotamian war god.

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Audio News from Archaeologica, March 22 through March 28, 2020

Obsidian points in Ohio rituals; plants as Ice Age staples; world’s earliest epidemic in China; early spread of Mesoamerican ball game

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Audio News from Archaeologica, March 15 through March 21, 2020

Mammoth bone circle in Russia; Ponce de Leon not first European in Florida; Ice Age stone carvings in Indonesia; pyramid-shaped Bangladeshi stupa

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Audio News from Archaeologica, March 8 through March 14, 2020

Studying and protecting Florida sites endangered by rising seas; first olive domestication in Israel 7000 years ago; ostrich eggshell beads 33,000 years old in southern Africa; two distinct cave art traditions co-existed in Basque Country.

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Audio News from Archaeologica, March 1 through March 7, 2020

3D imaging of Hadrian’s Wall graffiti; huge Medieval ivory workshop in Pakistan; bear bones in ancient Mississippi; techniques for assessing horse domestication.

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