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An Introduction to Contemporary Archaeology


Famed UK archaeologist and lecturer Dr. Brooklyn Hornswoggle-Smyth, Buckinghamshire New University’s youngest and most brilliant contemporologist, guides you through the ins and outs and back ins of the world of contemporary archaeology (exploring the very recent past)...

Warasap: The Nahnmwarki’s Canoe


Pohnpei is the largest island of the Federated States of Micronesia, about midway between Honolulu and Manila.  The technical knowledge of how to build a traditional “warasap” canoe nearly died out in Pohnpei before a project in the 1990s...

Strata: Portraits of Humanity - June 2015

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Basque arborglyphs; abandoned US World War II base in the UK


For more than half-a-century, Jean and Phillip Earl of Reno, Nevada, have used clues from old maps, letters and books to hunt for and document “Mountain Picassos.”  UK archaeology student Rebecca Kellawan journeys to uncover the use of a crumbling, abandoned US World War II base located on the grounds of a beautiful Victorian estate...

Maya.2012: Lords of Time


The Penn Museum’s exhibit, “Maya.2012: Lords of Time,” rides a wave of interest in the Maya calendar; which in 2012 reached the end of something, and hopefully the beginning of something else...

Silver Glen Springs Archaeological Site


The USDA Forest Service investigates the extent and significance of the prehistoric Silver Glen Springs Site in Florida.  Silver Glen Springs is one of the most popular recreation sites on the Ocala National Forest...

Featured Audio

Audio News from Archaeologica, 21 June 2015 - 27 Jun 2015


Civil War camp in Chicago; 17th century Swedish bishop; 14th century Swiss battlefield; oldest North American footprints.


Audio News from Archaeologica, 14 June 2015 - 20 Jun 2015


Canada flooding exposes ancient site; graffiti at Aphrodisias; inscription from King David’s time; Iron Age pork feasting in Wales.


Audio News from Archaeologica, 7 June 2015 - 13 Jun 2015


Brewing ancient mead for disease resistance; Syrian villages protect their site; genetic study of Bronze Age migrations; ancient bison hunting tradition in Oklahoma


Audio News from Archaeologica, 31 May 2015 - 6 Jun 2015


Scythian mound cache; intact 17th century French woman; Amazon warrior with lasso; North and South Korea cooperate on ancient palace.


Audio News from Archaeologica, 24 May 2015 - 30 May 2015


Spanish skull is 400,000-year-old murder; Psychedelic drugs among the Philistines; Illegal Italian artifacts returned from U.S.;Giant Montana rock art site mapped by drone


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