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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Traces of first millennium BC Assyrian war; ancient child labor; Maya captive animals; Danish treasure trove
Ancient eye cream jar; Serpent Kingdom Maya altar; medieval copper coin cache in India; ceramic jar maker in Crete
Early Neolithic village in Nile Delta; early antler arrowhead in the Yukon; early Medieval German warrior burials; lavish Minoan cemetery in eastern Crete
Maya mask at Palenque; Bronze Age hemp in Italy; historic Native American fort in Connecticut; Scottish clan seal in island castle
Wall relief in ancient city on Peruvian coast; Golden horse head from Roman town in Germany; cheese in ancient Egyptian tomb; lost city in Kansas
Animal fat and drought at Catalhuyuk; ancient Egyptian medical texts; Chinese tomb with tales about elderly; trophy heads in Peru
Wooden pipes in Edinburgh; Great Lakes copper in Georgia; Bronze Age citadel in Romania; Greek bathhouse mosaic
Roman library in Germany; Contact period site in Quebec; Bronze Age chariot in India; on-site spa and game room at Roman workshop in Israel
Toxic wrap on Inca mummies; lavish Greek burial in hidden grave; British soldiers recover ancient warrior; remarkable cave painting in Yucatan.
Ancient American farmers and fungus; mummy workshop in Egypt; King Richard III DNA; Persian arrowheads at Sardis battle site
Roman hunting of now-extinct whales; very early human migration to China; new possible origin for famous Mexican temply style; earliest written fragment of Homer’s Odyssey
Medieval game board in Scotland; new analysis of Roanoke stone; unopened granite sarcophagus in Alexandria; Peruvian tomb complex in desert valley