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.
Metalworking in Argentina; Mexico City discovery; Avebury wooden circles 800 years earlier than thought; DNA study at Paisley Caves.
Lebanese clay heads; precolumbia teen burial in Panama; tomb of Celtic prince; Egyptian mummy DNA.
Conserved artifacts returned to Alaskan village; early dates at Huaca Prieta, Peru; unusual burial in far eastern Russia; Egyptian treasure trove of embalming materials.
Tiahuanaco get bigger; threats to Mohenjo Daro; early dates from Australian island; giant Viking army camp in England
Digital database of hand prints; pipeline leads to Albanian settlement; new evidence for Inca khipu cords; Pharaoh’s daughter interred in mystery pyramid
Costa Rica petroglyph; Egyptian funerary garden; Siberian reindeer harness; mythical murals in looted Chinese tomb
Shell tablet in Caesarea; British geoglyph seen as Sun Horse; Peruvian valuables demonstrate swift Inca invasion; pattern looms in Chinese tomb
Wonderful things in Egyptian tomb; pemmican-making site in Montana; old inscription at Indian temple; Viking swords mostly for show
Silver bowl with Greek figures in northern China; Iron Age ostrich eggs; macaw bones in Puebloan New Mexico; Italian dentistry 13,000 years ago
Second pyramid for same pharaoh; cannibalism calorie-counter; bones of living dead in medieval England; from Oregon, most ancient bed bugs
Iron Age chariot burial in the UK; carved bone shows Neanderthal artistry; British Columbia site supports very early Native presence; Assyrian vaulted tomb in Iraq
Anonymous worker burial in medieval England; Mesoamerican city republic; Huns and Romans not so different; Neolithic rock art in Egypt