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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Laura Pettigrew, voice of the Audio News.
Samurai handbook translation; Coptic tombstone on Avenue of Sphinxes; Search for Jamestown leader’s remains; earliest astrolabe found off Oman
Saudi Arabian stone walls, silver Viking box brooch, Greek Bronze Age temple, Beothuk DNA study
Polish Mesolithic carved antler comes from Lappland; Viking funeral garb with Islamic words woven in; ancient Ephesus canal to be reopened; Maori adze on New Zealand golf course
Egyptian obelisk of Old Kingdom queen; copper axe head in the Alps; Saint Nicholas tomb; Maya carvings of ballgame players
Ancient toys in Turkey; satellite imagery leads archaeologists to lost city in Iraq; headless toads in Bronze Age tomb in Jerusalem; trade and peace in pre-Spanish Peru
Medieval dolphin burial; unique design of Teotihuacan; Viking boat burial in Norway; Greek temples and earthquake faults
Royal Maya tomb at Waká; large Mycenean chamber tomb; older evidence of the zero; tomb of goldsmith in Egypt
Bronze Age women in German-Austrian valley; ritual burial of obsidian in pre-Classic Guatemala; Viking warrior was a woman; submarine survey along Oregon coast
Underwater city in Tunisia; 13,000 year old date on skeleton in Yucatan; sculpted head from Hazor; lidar scan locates medieval Polish village
The demise of the Confederate submarine Hunley; 5000 year old wine in Sicily; two Mycenaen tombs in Greece; wonderfully precise trigonometric tables on Babylonian tablet.
Monk’s complex on the Nile; Iroquois ceramics and regional social interactions; Roman coins and Spanish silver; unfinished Japanese capital and pagoda.
Giant statue in SW Turkey; bones suggest ancient English cannibalism; turkey DNA tests migration concept in American SW; ritualistic canine remains in Bronze Age Russia