Featured Videos

Strata - June 2024

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Neolithic farmers in the Alps

In the French Alps, around Mount Pilat, filmmaker Rob Hope explores little known Neolithic archaeological remains...

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Strata - May 2024

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California Indian Voices

Native People from all over California came together...

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Strata - April 2024

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Indigenous Canadian short, Migwitetm; Native American woman makes a cradleboard

A young Indigenous Canadian woman remembers the sights...

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Strata - March 2024

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Indigenous Canadian short, Ikwé ; preserving a 16th century Greek church in northern Cyprus

This experimental film from Canada is the re-imagining of a generational conversation...

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Strata - February 2024

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Indigenous short,“Nothing About Moccasins”; Brian Rose and the excavation of Midas’ capital

Eden Mallina Awashish struggles to understand why her grandmother...

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Featured Audio

Audio News from Archaeologica, June 9th through 15th, 2024

Bronze Age city in Syria; Indigenous American glass beads; survivors of Vesuvius; world’s oldest wooden sculpture

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Audio News from Archaeologica, June 2nd through 8th, 2024

Monglian cauldrons and blood sausage; female warrior monk in Spain; huge South American rock art; new Seahenge interpretation

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Audio News from Archaeologica, May 26th through June 1st, 2024

Ancient tablet records first Anatolian company; cancer surgery in ancient Egypt; inequality study examines Central European burial mounds; ceremonial offerings in ancient Mexico City temple.

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Audio News from Archaeologica, May 19th through the 25th, 2024

Pyrenees village torched by Hannibal; elephant hunting in central Chile; Medieval horses shipped across the Baltic Sea; experimental study of Greek Bronze Age armor

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Audio News from Archaeologica, May 12th through the 18th, 2024

Roman town lasted longer; modern viruses in Neanderthals; British stone circle may be older; pair buried in embrace not lovers

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