Featured Videos

Etruscan Odyssey: Expanding Archaeology

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Location: Italy       Length: 18 min.

Legendary in the ancient world for their wealth, spirituality, and the exceptional freedoms for women, the Etruscan civilization has been shrouded in mystery.  The early Mediterranean dynasty of Etruria flourished for a thousand years and vanished, leaving beguiling art and artifacts…

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Strata - April 2016

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Mariana Islands latte stones, Part 2; Life at Roman Baths

The megalithic ruins known as latte symbolize the ancient culture of the Chamorro people of the Mariana Islands. In ancient Rome, public bath houses provided diverse facilities for health by water, or Salus Per Aquam (SPA).  A virtual reproduction of the baths...

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The Story of Riwaq

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Location: Palestine       Length: 16 min.

The Riwaq Centre for Architectural Conservation, headquartered in Ramallah, Palestine, for more than two decades has used architecture to restore more than 100 historic sites in the West Bank and Gaza Strip.  Riwaq sees architectural restoration as a social and economic incubator…

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The Chinle Valley Singers in China

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Location: China        Length: 21 min.

The Chinle Valley Singers are a Navajo family group who believe strongly in preserving tradition through sharing their rich Navajo tradition in story-telling and in songs and dances which they have adapted from ceremonial contexts for use in Navajo social and entertainment contexts…

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They Called him “The Skipper”: The Life and Times of Washington’s Lacey V. Murrow

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Location: Washington, USA        Length: 14 min.

This film features the life of Lacey V. Murrow, who was the Director of Highways for the State of Washington from 1933 to 1940.  The brother of broadcaster Edward R. Murrow, Lacey Murrow is best known for his accomplishment of building the historic Lake Washington Floating Bridge…

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Featured Audio

Audio News from Archaeologica, 17 Apr 2016 - 23 Apr 2016

Roman villa in England; Nazca tunnels from space; building erected by Egyptian queen; Spanish Paleolithic hand stencils

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Audio News from Archaeologica, 10 Apr 2016 - 16 Apr 2016

Reproducing Mesolithic headdresses; ancient Israel literacy on pottery shards; Montana burns reveal ancient features; Catholic priest tomb in Aztec temple

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Audio News from Archaeologica, 3 Apr 2016 - 9 Apr 2016

Megalith on Mediterranean island; animal dung marks Hannibal route; underwater city on India coastline; meta-analysis highlights South America population shifts

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Audio News from Archaeologica, 27 Mar 2016 - 2 Apr 2016

Possible second Viking site in Newfoundland; violent death of Ramses III; assessing ISIS damage to Palmyra; rare Etruscan stone inscription

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Audio News from Archaeologica, 20 Mar 2016 - 26 Mar 2016

Chemical study of Japanese pottery; Bison bones in Arizona; corduroy road in Ontario; clues to Laos Plain of Jars

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