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.
Crucified burial in northern Italy; trepanation surgery more successful in ancient Peru; bubonic plague much older than thought; early chariot in India
Corinthian helmet in Russia; purported Lost Colony stones; hawk mummy is human; oldest Italian olive oil
Informal worship in Egyptian rock carvings; mummy on Peruvian coast; painted balconies in Pompeii; warrior bones in Danish bog
Ancient Jewish horse-racing hex; Andean site linkages with landscape; autism and Ice Age art; peach pits date early Japanese capital
Newly discovered ancient city in northern Iraq; thousand-year-old pot in Utah; ancient horse cast at Pompeii; Egyptian general’s tomb has remarkable wall paintings
Ancient Roman-German battle site on the Rhine; possible Homo erectus site in the Philippines; Diocletian inscription in Bulgaria; mass sacrifice of children in Peru
Goose in Denmark as Roman influence; Nubian tomb with horse; Siberian wooden Ice-Age sculpture; no evidence for Carib cannibalism
Ancient surgery on cow; Maya city of La Corona; Baltic Island treasure; newly translated magical papyrus
Palace of first Ankor ruler; medieval Italian with knife for hand; extra limbs in Peru burials; a die for cheaters in Norway
Greco-Roman temple at Egyptian oasis; DNA identifies mummy head; deep Swiss shafts as Roman refrigerators; Peruvian geoglyphs older than Nasca lines
Buddha-like doll in Japan; prehistoric footprints on British Columbia coast; mummy remains in Australia; more support for dense prehistoric Amazon population.
Hatshepsut sculpture in Wales; Guadalcanal shipwreck searchers find the Juneau; Viking houses in Dublin; new Pompeii excavations