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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Anonymous worker burial in medieval England; Mesoamerican city republic; Huns and Romans not so different; Neolithic rock art in Egypt
Viking grave in Denmark; antler armor in western Siberia; Sahara desertification as product of Neolithic people; colorful murals in northern China
Israel burial chamber contains mysterious Bronze Age inscriptions; huge pharaoh statue in Cairo suburb; nomads developed Silk Road; Russian survivors’ camp in Alaska
Cypress wood in ancient Persian palaces; Maya jade pendant in Belize; two men hand-in-hand in medieval London burial; 7th century Japanese emperor tomb
Chaco Canyon clan shared maternal DNA; Roman house in Israel; temple to Mithra in Corsica; children’s footprints in Ramses capital.
Figurine pair in southwestern Mexico; Trans
Tomb of Chinese general and princess wife; extensive Amazonian earthworks; round Sudanese temples; twelfth Dead Sea Scrolls cave
Celtic burial chamber older than expected; Maya roads; tomb of Egyptian scribe; Chinese map
Kuwaiti Bronze Age island trading port; Shoshone camp high in Wyoming; very old cave art in France; tongueless Roman period burial in Britain.
Herculaneum sundial; Buddha statue in Chinese reservoir; Viking manor house on Swedish island; Civil War trench in Virginia
Disposable cups in medieval Germany; butchered Yukon horse jaw is very old; Egyptian tombs from the fifteenth century BC; toy Roman chariot reveals surprising design feature
Early hand- and foot-prints in Tibet; early Saxon burial in England; Chaco Canyon needed corn imports; ceramic pot burials in Egypt