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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Yucatan cave complex yields Maya finds; how Roman priests survived the gates of hell; ancient Japanese banquet hall; ruler statues at Kushite temple in Sudan
Danish island spider stones; Japanese tunnel-tomb grave goods; deformed skulls in pre-Inca Peru; Paleolithic burials of disabled children in Russia
Priestess tomb in Egypt; ancient Mexican burial with interlocking arms; early Christian church in northern Anatolia; revised production history for medieval Book of Kells
Bone measurements match Amelia Earhart; trucker damages Nazca lines; medieval chess piece in Norway; LiDAR survey finds thousands of Maya sites
US shipwreck could be last slaver; Nigerian glass was indigenous; Mesolithic red crayon in northern England; artifacts eroding from Norway glaciers
Aztec plague identified; new early Aegean city-state; copper arrow tips in Yukon; First Etruscan site on Sardinia
Early Scythian tomb in eastern Russia; reading material of Blackbeard’s pirates; hundreds of hand-axes at Israel Paleolithic site; Moche throne room in Peru
Roman board game in Slovakia; Aztec rain god shrine; scanning technique to read invisible papyri; DNA reveals ancient Alaskan population.
Satellite photos reveal Syrian Bronze Age forts; rare flaked stone tool in Nova Scotia; early Chinese bronze mirror in Japan; Viking climate adaptation in the far north.
Ancient Turkic site in eastern Mongolia; Egyptian connections in Jericho; temple ruins in Cuzco; ancient Cyprus theater.
Cave paintings on Indonesian island; Bronze Age burial near Loch Ness; distinctive indigenous group in Peru; bronze vessels in ancient Chinese tomb.
Pre-Columbian rock art in Venezuela; graves of Delaware’s earliest non-Native settlers; China tomb with surprisingly early imperial links; Norwegian whetstone has runes.