The Archaeology Channel - Audio News from ArchaeologicaAuthor: Archaeological Legacy Institute
03 Dec 2020

The Archaeology Channel - Audio News from Archaeologica

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The archaeology news of the week in audio, brought to you by The Archaeology Channel, compiled and written by Michelle Hilling of Archaeologica.org and read by Laura Pettigrew. The Audio News from Archaeologica is compiled from Archaeologica.org's daily news updates.

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    Audio News for November 22nd through the 28th, 2020

    News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:
    • Chewed-upon hallucinogenic plant remains found in cave with rock art (details)
    • Ancestral Puebloans used thousands of turkey feathers to make blanket (details)
    • Ancient city in Saudi Arabia now restored and open to the public (details)
    • More mask reliefs depicting traditional motifs found in ancient Turkish theater (details)

  • Posted on 30 Nov 2020

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    Audio News for November 15th through the 21st, 2020

    News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:
    • Late Roman watchtower found along lower Danube in Bulgaria (details)
    • In times of drought, early Puebloans turned to underground caves for water (details)
    • Edo period document details strict code of conduct for workers (details)
    • Race to excavate Viking longship is up against long odds (details)

  • Posted on 23 Nov 2020

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    Audio News for November 8th through the 14th, 2020

    News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:
    • Remains of people and horses provide insight into Xiongnu civilization (details)
    • The true story behind the Great Fire of Rome (details)
    • New fossil discovery shows evolutionary changes in extinct human in small-scale (details)
    • The Svalbard shipwreck and where it disappeared to (details)

  • Posted on 16 Nov 2020

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    Audio News for November 1st through the 7th, 2020

    News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:
    • Teeth from Bronze Age site in Spain show that women were fiber specialists (details)
    • Andes burial from 9,000 years ago reveals young, female big-game hunter (details)
    • Greenwich Palace exploration finds the spot where everything changed for Henry VIII (details)
    • Search for Tulsa Massacre remains finds coffins that were buried without marker (details)

  • Posted on 09 Nov 2020

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    Audio News for October 25th through the 31st, 2020

    News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:
    • Ancient dog DNA is being used to help trace human history (details)
    • Research in the United States examines what it meant to be a Mississippian (details)
    • Evidence shows ancient people in Turkey successfully adapted to climate change (details)
    • Newly found signet with the image Apollo points to a pluralistic Jerusalem (details)

  • Posted on 02 Nov 2020

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