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The Ebey Slough Bridge: One of the Last of Its Kind


The Ebey Slough Bridge, a swing-span bridge opening sideways for boat traffic, was christened in 1927, just before Babe Ruth's New York Yankees won the World Series...

The Monte Verde Site and Overturning the Clovis-first Hypothesis

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An Interview with Tom Dillehay


Rick Pettigrew interviews Dr. Tom Dillehay, Keynote Speaker for TAC Festival 2013 and noted archaeologist in the search for the first Americans.  Dr. Dillehay faced an uphill battle in his efforts to convince the scientific community that the Monte Verde Site in Chile clearly was occupied earlier the Clovis Culture...

Beethoven Site Archaeology

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In an area of northeastern Arizona formerly used by the Zuni, Hopi, Apache, and Navaho, archaeologists with the Arizona Department of Transportation explore a prehistoric habitation site...

Strata: Portraits of Humanity - January 2016

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Islands of Darkness; Louisiana plantation site


Vanuatu has unusually high cultural diversity compared to other Pacific islands outside of New Guinea. Beneath almost a century of south Louisiana’s riotous vegetation, the Louisiana State University Rural Life Museum carried out the most extensive archaeological project to date....


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Deep in the Menke Valley on the Micronesian island of Kosrae, between Hawaii and Guam, lies the site of Menke. Oral history relates that a temple existed there where people worshiped the goddess Sinlaku...

Featured Audio

Audio News from Archaeologica, 31 Jan 2016 - 6 Feb 2016


Roman intestinal parasites; ancient Egyptian boat; tortoise in Israel Paleolithic; British Columbia natives used antibacterial clay.


Audio News from Archaeologica, 24 Jan 2016 - 30 Jan 2016


Spanish megalithic tomb; Bablyonian calculus; New Mexico depopulation; rabbi epitaphs in northern Israel.


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


Story phrases: Ancient Arizona footprints; Russian graffiti lists murderers; Sinai carvings rewrite Egyptian history; Bronze Age Pompeii in Britain.


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


Breakthrough in deciphering Inca knots; new finds at Iraq’s Shanidar Cave; Iron Age Knossos; new burial at El Zotz.


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


Breakthrough in deciphering Inca knots; new finds at Iraq’s Shanidar Cave; Iron Age Knossos; new burial at El Zotz.


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