Featured Videos

Strata - January 2023

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ArchaeoDuck: Corpses seen in the movies

See two episodes of ArchaeoDuck...

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Strata - December 2022

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The Desert

This film is food for thought about what we really know...

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Strata - November 2022

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Surveying an archaeological site; Indigenous drama in Brazil

Students demonstrate how to use modern instruments to survey an archaeological site...

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Strata - October 2022

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a narrative and poetic film about Aunt Keshvar, a woman who weaves geleej while living alone in the village of Chashm...

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Strata - September 2022

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Our Remains

Emma Bouvard-Mor, an archaeo-anthropologist of Lyon, France, offers a commentary on the different possible destinations...

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Featured Audio

Audio News from Archaeologica, January 22nd through the 28th, 2023

Early silver currency in Southern Levant; early Mesolithic human remains in northern England; huge moat under Old Jerusalem; elite tombs in southwest Mexico

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Audio News from Archaeologica, January 15th through the 21st, 2023

Bronze Age well in Bavaria; 144 slave graves in South Carolina; Hunnic tomb in Romania; European Neolithic skeletons show frequent violence

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Audio News from Archaeologica, January 8th through the 14th, 2023

Origins of enslaved Africans; survey of European bog bodies; reconstruction of Jericho skull; Medieval Italian skull reflects brutal murder

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Audio News from Archaeologica, January 1st through the 7th, 2023

Huge Viking hall in northern Jutland; indigenous dogs at Jamestown; new kurgan tomb in Siberia; ancient flakes in Brazil made by monkeys

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Audio News from Archaeologica, December 25th through the 31st, 2022

Idaho projectile points are the oldest in North America; very ancient use of bear skins; precious Australian rock art defaced; artifacts recovered from lost Canadian Arctic exploration ship

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