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"Discovering the Maya" by Dr. George Stuart
"Unearthing the Maya" by Dr. George Stuart
JungleCast (http://radio.echoditto.com/junglecast)
Audio News from Archaeologica (http://www.archaeologychannel.org)
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"Discovering the Maya"

===> Click to Listen to: "Discovering the Maya Part I"

===> Click to Listen to: "Discovering the Maya Part II"

Dr. George Stuart presents "Discovering the Maya" at The North Carolina Museum of Natural Science on November 18, 2006. This lecture was organized and provided by the Coe Foundation For Archaeological Research, Inc. as part of the Joffre Lanning Coe Lecture Series. Co-sponsors of the series: NC Museum of Natural Science, NC Museum of History, NC Division of State Historical Resources and the NC Division of Historic Sites and Properties. Also, The North Carolina Humanities Council provided grant funding to support the series. More information about the Coe Foundation can be found on their website: http://www.coe-foundation.org

Copyright © 2006, 2007 Dr. George Stuart, All Rights Reserved.

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"Unearthing the Maya"

Many thanks to the NPR "State of Things" Radio Program for permission to link. The State of Things homepage can be found here: http://wunc.org/tsot Their podcast can be subscribed via this RSS feed: http://wunc.org/tsot/archive/podcast.xml

===> Click to Listen to: UNC hits Mayan pay dirt

Thanks to "Apocalypto," interest in ancient Mayan culture has swelled. But if youíre
looking for information on this fascinating civilization that goes beyond the bloody has
rituals depicted in the movie, you donít have to dig deep. UNC-Chapel Hill recently
acquired a world class collection of scholarly texts on the Maya that will be on
display to the public for the first time in a new exhibit opening at Wilson Library this
week. Host Frank Stasio speaks with archeologist George Stuart about the collection
he donated to UNC-CH and with Wilson Library rare books curator Charles McNamara
about what the public can learn from the exhibit.

Copyright © 2006, 2007 Dr. George Stuart, All Rights Reserved.

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The Stuart Collection

===> Click to Listen to the Introduction [note: technical difficulties with the recording]

===> Click to Listen to: Part I

===> Click to Listen to: Part II

Friends of the Library event to highlight Maya materials from the Stuart Collection

Please join us to celebrate the gift of the Stuart Collection, given to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Library by George and Melinda Stuart and the Center for Maya Research. Comprised of more than 13,000 books, complete sets of important journals, and significant manuscripts, the Stuart Collection represents one of the greatest repositories of research materials on ancient Mesoamerica.

On January 18, 2007, the Friends of the Library will host an event celebrating an exhibit of highlights from the Stuart Collection. Professor and Chairman of the Department of Archaeology at Boston University Norman Hammond will talk with collector and archeologist George Stuart and his son David Stuart, who holds the Linda and David Schele Chair in the Art and Writing of Mesoamerica at the University of Texas at Austin. Please join us at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's Wilson Library for a discussion of how a father's passion for the Maya and book collecting informed both their careers in the study of the Maya.

Thursday, January 18, 2007 Uncovering the Maya: Highlights from the Stuart Collection 5:00 p.m. Reception, Melba Remig Saltarelli Exhibit Room, Wilson Library 5:45 p.m. Program, Pleasants Family Assembly Room, Wilson Library

Copyright © 2006, 2007 Dr. George Stuart, All Rights Reserved.

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JungleCast

I very much appreciate the Junglecast Team of Dr. Ed Barnhart, Nicco Mele, and Dave Pentecost for giving the Nuestra Familia Unida Podcast permission to link to their podcasts from deep in the Jungle surrounding the Mayan City of Palenque, Mexico. (http://radio.echoditto.com/junglecast)

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Junglecast 7: The Ruined Suburbs, part 2

===> Listen to "The Ruined Suburbs, part 2"

Another soundseeing podcast from the ruined world - the jungle around the Maya city of Palenque, Mexico. Nicco and I begin to see the ancient structures in the overgrown mounds and plazas. Dr Ed Barnhart of the Maya Exploration Center gives us a sense of the ruins still out there to be excavated and tells us how anyone can help explore and study them.

Still to come: a lesson in the Tzeltal Maya language from the birthday glyph girls, and a chat with Jan de Vos, historian of the Lacandon jungle and participant in the peace talks between the Zapatista rebels and the Mexican government.

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Junglecast 6: The Ruined Suburbs, part 1

===> Listen to "The Ruined Suburbs, part 1"

No, we're not out of the jungle yet. In fact, we're going off the tourist route, straight into the tropical forest around the Maya city of Palenque, Mexico. We pass through the ruined suburbs that Dr. Ed Barnhart and his team mapped over a three year period. A terrain of immense trees and collapsed labyrinths that await study and excavation.
This is another "soundseeing" podcast from the Gringo Collapse tour, March 2005. It'll get you into the jungle - the next one will get you back out.

Music:

Qu'ran, David Byrne and Brian Eno, "My Life in the Bush of Ghosts"

Nagoya Marimbas, by Steve Reich

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Junglecast 5: Into the Tomb of Pacal

===> Listen to "The Tomb of Pacal"

He was Trump, Medici, Frank Lloyd Wright and the Dalai Lama of his time: King Pacal the Great of Palenque. He died at age 80 in 683 AD, and was buried by his son Chan Balam, a brilliant mathematician and astronomer.

Pacal had already built a stunning tomb for himself, full of cosmology, astronomy, genealogy - not to mention a spectacular jade mask and other jewels. It remained hidden from archaeologists until 1952, and then became the basis for Von Daniken's "ancient astronaut" theories in 1968. Just in time to be debunked by the young art historians and iconographers who kicked over the old beliefs and broke the Maya code. Pacal's name, rendered in syllables - pa ca la - provided one of the clues to the phonetic nature of the glyphs.

Palenque, Pacal, the Temple of the Inscriptions. A complex of history and meaning that has unusual resonance in the world of Maya studies. Ground zero for an explosion of understanding in the last 30 years.

But when Nicco and I descended into the tomb, we could barely see the famous carved sarcophagus cover. The single bare bulb that the archaeological authorities grudgingly provide to tourists had slipped below the level of the lid, leaving it in shadow. Nicco got a good flash shot, but I've pulled out some photos and video from my archives to help folks appreciate this work of art. They were taken on a day in 2001 when I went beyond the metal gate, into the crypt, with a National Geographic photographer. We stayed in the tomb all day, and when the guards got bored and left, took our shoes off to stand in our socks on the carved limestone slab, to get the shots of a lifetime.

Photos of Pacal's tomb, inside and out

And a short video of the temple, the descent into the tomb, and the view of the Palace when you emerge.

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Junglecast 4: Could This Be It?

===> Listen to "Could This Be It?"

I admit, I sound a little giddy in this particular podcast. But you have to imagine the scene: we've just spent several hours in a truck and then in a boat down the Usumacinta River. Now we're hiking through the rainforest, up a ridge, and we stumble on to some Maya ruins on the top of the ridge, as if they just hacked off the top of the hill to create a plateau and then built this big complex of buildings there -- part of a complex called the Acropolis at Yaxchilan. It is a glorious day, just amazing -- the sun, the temperature, the howler monkeys, the buzzing alive-ness of the insects and plants of the rainforest, and the sheer wonder at the immensity of these ruins buried in the jungle -- when, out of the simple beauty of the moment, I just start singing. Fly Me To The Moon, no less. And a little farther down, hiking in the jungle, I'm reflecting on the clarity and glory of the one moment we just had at the top of the Maya Acropolis on this high hill a long way from anything, and it was downright poetic. The ancients, the history, nature, the solitude -- and suddenly a poem I had memorized many years earlier came to mind and I shared it with Dave. In fact, it occurred to me that the recitation of that particular poem at the particular minute in that particular location -- well, it seemed obvious that it had all been pre-ordained, that the only reason I memorized that poem nine or ten years ago was to recite it right there and then. Of course, Dave managed to record the whole thing for your podcasting pleasure:

COULD THIS BE IT?

Transfiguration. Consider it from where you stand.
Overnight the cold, cloudy wet spell was lifted, and
you wake beneath a Byzantine blue dome of glass:
golden birds--red hearts in their musical breasts--
overflow the oak leaves with echoes, a frenzy
of possession that fractures into small squabbles as
two redbreasted nuthatches struggle for dominion
in a sapling oak -- its leaves emerald tesserae in which
sunlight glows. Suddenly, the leaves look back at you
looking up at their broad, light-lapping faces, morning
riding your shoulders like a pet monkey, and all is pause
for a cracked moment of amazement, mutuality, until
you walk on into woodshade, flapping mosquitoes away.

by Eamon Grennan

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Junglecast 3: Collapse

===> Listen to "Collapse"

The podcasts from the jungles of Chiapas continue. Episodes One and Two are available, but now we're on to Episode Three where we discuss the Collapse of the Maya Civilization with Dr. Ed Barnhart of the Maya Exploration Center. It's one of the great mysteries of the Maya, and a topic covered in many books, including Jared Diamond's recent bestseller, Collapse.

Dr. Ed Barnhart was kind enough to share his time with us for the podcasts. He's also doing some of the most exciting work out there, the sort of gritty field work that is far afield from classroom academics. Take a second to support a true explorer by making a contribution to support Dr. Ed's work.

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Junglecast 2: Math & the Maya

===> Listen to "Math & the Maya"

Installation two of the Junglecasts from the Gringo Collapse Tour, podcasts with Dr. Ed Barnhart of the Maya Exploration Center right from the heart of Palenque. Dr. Ed ran a 3-year project to map the entire site of Palenque, discovering hundreds of structures and leaving the total number of mapped buildings at well over 1,200. This podcast covers some of the amazing mathematical concepts embedded in ancient Maya architecture. It's truly stunning stuff.These Junglecasts are the result of a trip I took with Dave Pentecost, at his insistence, to discover the wonders buried in Chiapas, Mexico. The First Junglecast Ever is available here at EchoRadio. As always, if you're gripped by that excitement that comes with discovery of the unknown, then I'd suggest making a contribution to support Dr. Ed's work.

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Junglecast 1: Talks With Dr. Ed

===> Listen to "Talks With Dr. Ed"

A few weeks ago I went to Chiapas, Mexico with Dave Pentecost to explore the region, and spend some time with archaeologists working on discovering more about the Maya culture. Our first JungleCast (a Podcast from the Jungle!) is available on EchoRadio. Dave did a ton of work putting together these podcasts -- the first one has a soundtrack that includes Steve Reich's "Six Marimbas" and "Nagoya Marimbas" and the inevitable Captain Beefheart's "Smithsonian Institute Blues (the Big Dig)". You can listen to the JungleCast here -- we've got a few more coming.On the podcast, Dr. Ed Barnhart gives this incredible tour around the central ruins of Palenque. The work that Dr. Ed Barnhart is doing with the Maya Exploration Center is truly first-rate, the sort of discovery and exploration that is exciting and harks back to the days when we didn't have a full map of the globe. If you're gripped by that excitement that comes with discovery of the unknown, then I'd suggest making a contribution to support Dr. Ed's work.Here are some photos that are relevant to the podcast: ==============   ==============   ==============


Audio News from Archaeologica

Please subscribe to the "Audio News from Archaeologica" Podcast. Many thanks to the Archaeology Channel (http://www.archaeologychannel.org) for giving the Nuestra Familia Unida podcast permission to link to their podcasts. The Audio News from Archaeologica podcast can be subscribed to via their RSS feed: http://www.archaeologychannel.org/rss/TACfeed.xml


05 - 11 November 2006

News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Viking-era monoliths excite Danish archaeologists (details)
  • Raiding for women suggested in the American Southwest (details)
  • Timbuktu libraries confirm Africa's ancient written history (details)
  • Caribbean burial ground sheds light on the lives of African slaves (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 05 - 11 November 2006 Podcast

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    29 October - 04 November 2006

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • French skull shows early North American autopsy (details)
  • Archaeology students find Viking hoard (details)
  • U.S. government convicts Oregon looters (details)
  • Berkeley begins study of Egyptian papyri 100 years late (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 29 October - 04 November 2006 Podcast

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    22 - 28 October 2006

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Early Bronze Age tomb complex unearthed in Syria (details)
  • Ancient Mexican footprints may be oldest in the Americas (details)
  • Archaeological finds in Australia reveal details about the Battle of Vinegar Hill (details)
  • Tomb robbers lead archaeologists to Egyptian dentists' tombs (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 22 - 28 October 2006 Podcast

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    15 - 21 October 2006

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • New Viking ship burial found (details)
  • Cyprus yields mass of ancient anchors (details)
  • Ancient Greek text on the Furies is published at last (details)
  • Downtown Phoenix excavation concludes (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 15 - 21 October 2006 Podcast

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    08 - 14 October 2006

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Stonehenge dwellings discovered around the famous megalith(details)
  • Possibly the oldest canoe in Mesoamerica discovered(details)
  • Geologists' efforts may contest popular belief and touch off new Homeric quest(details)
  • Deep sea cores suggest that Bering Strait opened earlier than previously believed(details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 08 - 14 October 2006 Podcast

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    01 - 07 October 2006

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Peruvian mummies are mysterious pre-Inca Cloud People(details)
  • Stronghold of infamous ancient order of Assassins found in Iran(details)
  • New remains found at biggest Aztec temple(details)
  • Archaeologist proposes "Kelp Highway" route to the Americas(details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 01 - 07 October 2006 Podcast

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    24 - 30 September 2006

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Teenager finds rare ancient bowl on New Mexico hike(details)
  • High-tech analysis reveals traces of ancient Judea's wealth in its broken pottery(details)
  • Abundant rock art in Egypt's desert raises new mystery of its origin(details)
  • Neolithic burial in Syria produces skulls, with faces added in clay(details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 24 - 30 September 2006 Podcast

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    17 - 23 September 2006

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Ancient Utah drawings will be feature of new suburb(details)
  • English dog cutout is a medieval metal mystery(details)
  • New work on Roanoke Island will include underwater search for early Virginia colony(details)
  • Peruvian dog burials show love, respect for ancient pets(details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 17 - 23 September 2006 Podcast

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    10 - 16 September 2006

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Oldest known writing from the New World surfaces in Mexico(details)
  • Evidence of long-lost Viking trading center possibly found in Russia(details)
  • Skeletons narrate a bloody 15th century English battle(details)
  • Rare Neolithic female figurine discovered in Italy(details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 10 - 16 September 2006 Podcast

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    03 - 09 September 2006

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Central shrine of the Etruscans found (details)
  • Ancient Chinese shoes carry history back 1,000 years (details)
  • Irish boat bears signs of Viking workmanship (details)
  • New Mayan ruins discovered in Honduras (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 03 - 09 September 2006 Podcast

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    27 August - 02 September 2006

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Exciting discoveries from the Aljezur coast, Portugal need support (details)
  • New archaeological discoveries document military actions during Zulu siege (details)
  • Amateur archaeologist discovers prehistoric skeleton along Lake Travis, Texas (details)
  • Radiocarbon dates point to late Polynesian migration (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 27 August - 02 September 2006 Podcast

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    20 - 26 August 2006

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Frozen tomb in Mongolia holds Scythian warrior, with horses and gear (details)
  • Single ceramic fragment reveals long-lost early French Canadian fort (details)
  • Ancient Judean palace watered the desert with complex irrigation system (details)
  • Phoenician burial ground found in Sicily (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 20 - 26 August 2006 Podcast

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    14 - 20 August 2006

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Important ancient Welsh city found using modern technology (details)
  • Musket ball discovery may reveal facts about Acadian deportation of 1755 (details)
  • Archaeological finds challenge link between Dead Sea Scrolls and ancient religious sect (details)
  • Another blow to looters through the recovery of ancient Peruvian headdress (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 14 - 20 August 2006 Podcast

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    07 - 13 August 2006

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Bulgarian tomb yields trove of gold (details)
  • Maltese tomb is relocated in good preservation (details)
  • Skull from Georgian coastal fort may document martyred missionaries (details)
  • Hot weather in Wales reveals marks of ancient monuments (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 07 - 13 August 2006 Podcast

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    30 July - 05 August 2006

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Politics coincides with temple construction in new Hawaiian theory (details)
  • X-ray technology reveals Archimedes' lost texts (details)
  • Theseus Ring deemed authentic! (details)
  • Declassified spy imagery reveals ancient settlements in modern Syria (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 30 July - 05 August 2006 Podcast

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    23 - 29 July 2006

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • At Buddhist site attacked by Taliban, griffin-like bird shows mixing of early religions (details)
  • Rare medieval book spotted in bog and saved by quick-thinking workman (details)
  • Colonial Jamestown find is rare historic pistol (details)
  • Newest tomb in ancient Chinese burial ground is grandmother of famed early emperor (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 23 - 29 July 2006 Podcast

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    16 - 22 July 2006

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Huge Bronze Age temple in Bulgaria shows links to Troy and Crete (details)
  • Tunnels under modern Rome may have found birthplace of Augustus (details)
  • Pottery in Thailand confirms early contact with traders from India (details)
  • Prehistoric climate change once kept Sahara grassy (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 16 - 22 July 2006 Podcast

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    09 - 15 July 2006

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Shipwreck off Cyprus marks Ottoman invasion (details)
  • Clay pellets from Shang Dynasty ruins may be example of early ammunition (details)
  • Ancient Roman resort was like Pompeii, only wilder (details)
  • Continuing work on Civil War sub raises suspicion of sabotage (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 09 - 15 July 2006 Podcast

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    02 - 08 July 2006

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Restorations begin in Roman city of Aquileia (details)
  • North and South Koreans work together at ancient capitol site (details)
  • Turkish researchers trace impact of ancient earthquake (details)
  • Minnesota fort yields earlier Indian materials (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 02 - 08 July 2006 Podcast

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    25 June - 01 July 2006

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Expert on Etruscan religion announces new temple find (details)
  • DNA reveals a foreigner among workers at famous Chinese tomb of Terracotta Army (details)
  • Stones along the Amazon may be ancient solstice markers (details)
  • Golden breastplates from Bulgaria encode the ancient Thracian calendar (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 25 June - 01 July 2006 Podcast

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    18 - 24 June 2006

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Looting pit in Peru exposes ancient temple remnants (details)
  • Shipwrecks of the Caribbean could be treasure chest of information (details)
  • Rare Anglo-Saxon sword barely avoids accidental reburial (details)
  • Korean harbor work brings up 12th century cargo of pottery (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 18 - 24 June 2006 Podcast

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    11 - 17 June 2006

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Tomb raider reveals oldest known frescoed tomb (details)
  • Internet project to reassemble the works of Maimonides (details)
  • Oldest example of Mesoamerican dentistry found in Mexico (details)
  • Lost Indian trading port possibly found (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 11 - 17 June 2006 Podcast

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    05 - 11 June 2006

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Slave trade researchers join to tell the story of Venture Smith (details)
  • Roman site in Basque region includes early crucifixion art (details)
  • U.S. rock art may record history's brightest supernova (details)
  • Ancient Greek mechanical device finally reveals clues to its use (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 05 - 11 June 2006 Podcast

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    28 May - 03 June 2006

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Modern technology may reveal ancient text's secrets (details)
  • Youngest pirate found off the coast of Massachusetts, USA (details)
  • Bacchus mosaic Italy's earliest "Magic Eye" depiction (details)
  • 2,500 year-old bison kill site discovered in Canada (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 28 May - 03 June 2006

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    22 - 28 May 2006

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Search begins for lost Spanish mission to Indians of Georgia
  • Genetic analysis finds no link between mysterious Etruscans and modern Italians (details)
  • Ancient Chinese city rises to reveal life in the northwest desert (details)
  • Roman catacombs yield puzzling mass burial of more than 1,000 (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 22 - 28 May 2006 Podcast

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    14 - 20 May 2006

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Evidence of celestial observations in the ancient Andes (details)
  • Tattooed female Moche mummy mystifies archaeologists (details)
  • Iranian palace dates to the time of Darius the Great (details)
  • Ancient Nubians participated in their Egyptian administration (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 14 - 20 May 2006 Podcast

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    07 - 13 May 2006

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Olmec or similar culture found in far north of Mexico (details)
  • New bronze statue fished from Greek seas (details)
  • Ancient city rises from lake floor on border of China and Korea (details)
  • Turkish undersea tunnel construction slowed by Byzantine find (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 07 - 13 May 2006 Podcast

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    30 April - 06 May 2006

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Ancient Maya royal tomb discovered at the Waka site in Guatemala (details)
  • Excavations on the Greek island Keros hope reveal origins of ancient art inspiration (details)
  • Archaeologists near completion of project to restore Angkor Wat panels (details)
  • Roman history in Paris revealed (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 30 April - 06 May 2006 Podcast

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    23 - 29 April 2006

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Temple ruins reveal lost history in Laos (details)
  • Kansas researchers study site of Civil War battle (details)
  • Ancient Orkney skeleton shows marks from slaying (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 23 - 29 April 2006 Podcast

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    16 - 22 April 2006

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Graves in the South Pacific reveal information about early seafarers (details)
  • Japanese team finds new geoglyph on the Nazca Plateau
  • Beheaded skeletons illustrate ancient Chinese warfare (details)
  • Gold cartouches from Egypt shed light on an ancient political drama (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 16 - 22 April 2006 Podcast

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    09 - 15 April 2006

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • London's newest medieval cemetery tells stories of a community (details)
  • Etruscan tomb preservation group pleads for aid (details)
  • Looting reaches crisis state for ancient site in India (details)
  • Excavation of the city of Pyrrhus illuminates life in Hellenistic times (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 09 - 15 April 2006 Podcast

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    02 - 08 April 2006

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Important possible Teotihuacano pyramid found in Mexico
  • Ancient dentistry at a Neolithic graveyard in Pakistan (details)
  • In-depth analysis of an ancient Egyptian pillow (details)
  • Forgotten cemetery illuminates Argentine history (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 02 - 08 April 2006 Podcast

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    26 March - 01 April 2006

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Archaeologists tie ancient palace with Trojan hero Ajax (details)
  • Henry I charter discovered by archivist (details)
  • Tablets from ancient Ur discovered by Italian team (details)
  • Virginia to be thoroughly surveyed for reservoir project (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 26 March - 01 April 2006 Podcast

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    19 - 25 March 2006

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Painted sarcophagus shows scenes from Homeric epics (details)
  • New evidence for ancient metallurgy is found at site in India (details)
  • Roman painted statue find is first to reveal full colors (details)
  • DNA creates new controversy over American colonist's identity (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 19 - 25 March 2006 Podcast

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    12 - 18 March 2006

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Numismatist's dream in Japan (details)
  • Sicilians search for more underwater bronzes (details)
  • Underground passages evidence Jewish revolt planning against the Romans (details)
  • Recent Egyptian discovery not as first thought (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 12 - 18 March 2006 Podcast

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    07 - 13 March 2006

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • First-ever find of cave paintings in Patagonia (details)
  • Ancient Egyptian shipyard was professional operation (details)
  • Tongan tombs are mapped as part of maritime empire study (details)
  • Buddhist scrolls, revealed by war, unfold new knowledge (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 07 - 13 March 2006 Podcast

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    28 February - 06 March 2006

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Lost Kingdom of Tambora uncovered beneath volcanic ash (details)
  • Swedish ship may yield clues to 14th century shipping trade (details)
  • Ancient sun temple unearthed below Cairo market (details)
  • 3,600 year-old German sky disc deciphered (details)

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    21 - 27 February 2006

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Greek hiker finds ancient gold pendant (details)
  • New radiocarbon research changes Neanderthal dating (details)
  • Remains of gladiators illustrate strict rules of combat and death (details)
  • New Kennewick Man study reveals younger age, intentional burial (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 21 - 27 February 2006 Podcast

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    14 - 20 February 2006

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Accidental discovery of older moccasin in Yukon ice patch (details)
  • Largest tomb of Macedonian nobles found in Greece (details)
  • NASA aerial images help uncover lost Maya ruins (details)
  • Researchers to test Joan of Arc's supposed remains (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 14 - 20 February 2006 Podcast

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    07 - 13 February 2006

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Near tomb of Tutankhamun, a new tomb is found (details)
  • French spelunkers find new trove of Stone Age cave art (details)
  • Iron Age trove of weapons is turned in by Czech collector (details)
  • Long lost Greek geography book resurfaces after 2000-year odyssey (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 07 - 13 February 2006 Podcast

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    30 January - 05 February 2006

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • GPR reveals puzzle buried in Georgian Civil War cemetery (details)
  • Context of ancient Egyptian royal statue head comes into question (details)
  • Isotope analysis reveals earliest African slaves in New World (details)
  • Canary Island crypt reveals its past (details)

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    23 - 29 January 2006

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Statue is Egypt's Queen Tiy (details)
  • U.S. dig traces origins of Cherokee "Trail of Tears" (details)
  • Mass grave from Classical Athens confirms that famous plague was typhoid (details)
  • Tudor palace floor is chapel where Henry VIII married, and married (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 23 - 29 January 2006 2006 Podcast

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    16 - 22 January 2006

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Southern Indiana yields a 4,000-year-old "kitchen"
  • Ancient temple in Italy older than Greek settlement (details)
  • Modern techniques fuel debate over authenticity of world changing map (details)
  • Satellite technology reconstructs ancient lakes in the Sahara (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 16 - 22 January 2006 Podcast

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    09 - 15 January 2006

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Donner Party dig finds no cannibalism evidence (details)
  • Greek dig will investigate origin of mysterious marble statuettes (details)
  • Dental decoration may link Vikings to North American Indians (details)
  • New dam in Sudan will drown the sites of Africa's earliest kingdom (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 09 - 15 January 2006 Podcast

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    02 - 08 January 2006

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Preserving newly found Phoenician ports (details)
  • New light on ancient Peruvian irrigation practices (details)
  • Conference to discuss newly discovered Greek Temple (details)
  • Earliest Maya writing discovered at Guatemala Pyramid (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 02 - 08 January 2006 Podcast

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    26 December, 2005 - 01 January 2006

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • New Year's, Egyptian style (details)
  • Connecticut ridge is ancient weaponry workshop (details)
  • Iranian brick structure may be temple precinct (details)
  • The Great Wall of Cambridge (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 26 December, 2005 - 01 January 2006 Podcast

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    18 - 24 December 2005

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • New discovery provides insights into the military exploits of the Sabaen kings (details)
  • Same sex embrace on Egyptian wall art inspires debate (details)
  • Construction in Portugal reveals 16th century secret synagogue (details)
  • 22,000 year old footprints allow modern Australians to walk with the ancients (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 18 - 24 December 2005 Podcast

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    11 - 17 December 2005

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Mesopotamian dig shows early evidence for both cities and war (details)
  • Mayan mural shows creation myth linked to early kingship (details)
  • Brazilian study of prehistoric skulls suggests second wave of migration (details)
  • Pottery shard reveals much about the Roman gladiator wardrobe (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 11 - 17 December 2005 Podcast

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    04 - 10 December 2005

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • New Mayan find features a woman ruler (details)
  • In rare find, Roman family tomb is undisturbed (details)
  • Military locational instruments help hunt for Hawaiian history (details)
  • Iron Age skeleton found in Welsh ship excavation (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 04 - 10 December 2005 Podcast

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    27 November - 03 December 2005

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Iraq insurgents kidnap archaeologist (details)
  • Shift in Dead Sea shoreline exposes ancient boat anchors (details)
  • Date on ancient Mexican footprints takes a big step back (details)
  • Radar pinpoints tomb of King Edward the Confessor (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 27 November - 03 December 2005 Podcast

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    20 - 26 November 2005

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Cyprus stone tools push back Mediterranean seafaring dates (details)
  • Preservation of an ancient Japanese tomb creates controversy (details)
  • Ancient Iran residences reveal more about ancient life (details)
  • New theories in early Chilean mummification

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 20 - 26 November 2005 Podcast

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    13 - 19 November 2005

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Ancient Andean ceremony centered on beverage brewed by women (details)
  • Italian potsherd shows western world's oldest map (details)
  • Mass burial of ancient Mayan nobles is ancient war crimes scene
  • Early bronze age settlement found in Armenia (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 13 - 19 November 2005 Podcast

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    07 - 13 November 2005

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Excavations reveal oldest church in Israel (details)
  • Cretan treasures demonstrate early Greek writing (details)
  • Mysterious deaths along the Nile 4,000 years ago (details)
  • Jamestown skeleton remains a mystery (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 07 - 13 November 2005 Podcast

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    31 October - 06 November 2005

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Remains of revolutionary astronomer found (details)
  • Chinese dragon object is oldest example ever found (details)
  • Near Leaning Tower, ruins reveal the church of a martyred saint (details)
  • Polynesian cemetery reveals ancient burial customs (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 31 October - 06 November 2005 Podcast

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    23 - 29 October 2005

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Reconstructing the wine tastes of King Tut (details)
  • Construction in Ireland reveals new sites (details)
  • Ancient Indian burial site uncovered in Shelter Island, New York (details)
  • Researchers seek to recreate Archimedes' death ray (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 23 - 29 October 2005 Podcast

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    16 - 22 October 2005

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Scottish monastery may be legendary saint's second site (details)
  • Chinese tomb may hold coin trove (details)
  • Map image archive is newest tool for Middle Eastern archaeology (details)
  • South Carolina dig traces Harriet Tubman's greatest raid of liberation (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 16 - 22 October 2005 Podcast

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    09 - 15 October 2005

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Oldest Chinese noodles found (details)
  • Uncovering icons of early winged goddess in Iran (details)
  • Probing the location of Lewis and Clark's Fort Clatsop (details)
  • Cave excavations paint a bleak picture for trapped Byzantine Christians (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 09 - 15 October 2005 Podcast

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    03 - 09 October 2005

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Figurehead of the Mary Rose may be found after 550 years (details)
  • Northern Greek dig is rich in details of Neolithic life (details)
  • Cuban trade ties seen in graves from Spanish invasion period (details)
  • Relics of Silk Road city found in China's western desert (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 03 - 09 October 2005 Podcast

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    26 September - 02 October 2005

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Statues of Athena and Hera found on Crete (details)
  • Lost Maya city of Site Q found in Guatemala (details)
  • Proofing Homer's Odyssey (details)
  • Searching for a pre-Revolutionary fort in Virginia (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 26 September - 02 October 2005 Podcast

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    19 - 25 September 2005

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Google search finds new Roman ruin (details)
  • American Civil War ship uncovered at modern navy base (details)
  • Scottish monastery dig finds burial of early medieval monk (details)
  • Turkish sands disclose the seats of an ancient democracy (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 19 - 25 September 2005 Podcast

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    12 - 18 September 2005

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Czech statue a hoax (details)
  • Loch reveals drowned Scottish forest (details)
  • Student uses multidisciplinary approach on Hopi "porcelain"
  • Unearthing a Cycladic Bronze Age town (details)
  • Scot discovers long lost Egyptian ceremonial path (details)

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 12 - 18 September 2005 Podcast

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    05 - 11 September 2005

    News items read by Laura Kelley include:
  • Prague statuette depicts goddess from Persia (details)
  • Gold Rush era ship found in San Francisco (details)
  • New chemical treatment will save medieval manuscripts from decay (details)
  • Recently found, Peruvian city is already plundered

  • ===> Listen to the News for Week of 05 - 11 September 2005 Podcast

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    Archaeo News Podcast 56 - 13 Nov 2006

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  • Archaeologists unveil calendar of pre-Colombia cultures


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    Archaeo News Podcast 53 - 08 Oct 2006

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  • Early humans followed the coast


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    Archaeo News Podcast 52 - 01 Oct 2006

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  • Archaeologists study ancient people in Ohio
  • Priests may have designed Nazca lines, expert says


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    Archaeo News Podcast 51 - 17 Sept 2006

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  • Oldest writing in the New World discovered in Mexico
  • Canadian quarry full of ancient artifacts
  • Dig suggests ancient nomads in Connecticut built pit houses


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    Archaeo News Podcast 50 - 03 Sept 2006

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  • Low water level reveals prehistoric skeleton in Texas


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    Archaeo News Podcast 49 - 27 Aug 2006

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  • Evidence of prehistoric site found in Virginia


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    Archaeo News Podcast 48 - 20 August 2006

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  • Spanish forest fires char Stone Age art


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    Archaeo News Podcast 47 - 13 August 2006

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  • Bill would allow study of ancient American remains
  • Doorstop in USA turns out to be an archaic axe head


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    Archaeo News Podcast 46 - 08 August 2006

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  • Peru link to Indian archaeological find?
  • Fighting to save Californian prehistoric sites


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    Archaeo News Podcast 43 - 08 July 2006

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  • Study on pottery finds in the Basque Country
  • Looters still ravaging ancient Arizona
  • Find in Minnesota may be thousands of years old
  • Ancient village in British Columbia threatened
  • Tackling 10,000-year-old mystery in Colorado


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    Archaeo News Podcast 42 - 24 June 2006

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  • Seminole to get a glance at last 12,000 years in the area


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    Archaeo News Podcast 41 - 20 June 2006

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  • Grain shakes up beliefs on beginnings of agriculture
  • Dental work in Mexico dates back 4,500 years
  • Basques were fishermen more than 8,000 years ago


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    Archaeo News Podcast 39 - 21 May 2006

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  • Andeans used astronomy to determine agricultural calendar
  • Mexican monolith may cast new light on Mesoamerica


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    Archaeo News Podcast 38 - 01 May 2006

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  • Cloud of scholarly dust rises over ancient footprints claim
  • 4,000-year-old temple found in Peru
  • Kennewick Man may revolutionalize North American history


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    Archaeo News Podcast 37 - 23 April 2006

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  • Ancient mounds in Florida looted in search for gold
  • Graves of the Pacific's first seafarers revealed
  • New giant picture found on Peru's Nazca plateau
  • Study of human migration over 60 000 years
  • 3,000-year-old roundhouse found in Norfolk
  • Prehistoric finds unearthed in Wyoming


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    Archaeo News Podcast 35 - 09 April 2006

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    Traces of an unknown culture from 5000 BCE found in Texas

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    Archaeo News Podcast 34 - 02 April 2006

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    Ancient mounds give glimpse into Indian mining operations
    Fate of Peavine petroglyphs to be decided

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    Archaeo News Podcast 31 - 12 Mar 2006

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    Hawk patrolling prehistoric monument, chasing off pigeons

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    Archaeo News Podcast 30 - 05 Mar 2006

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    Prehistoric milling site found in California

    Imported food trade began 4,000 years agos

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    Archaeo News Podcast 29 - 12 Feb 2006

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    Early chiefdoms offer clues to modern wealth, study says

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    Archaeo News Podcast 28 - 05 Feb 2006

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    Dog graves show ancient humans cared

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    Archaeo News Podcast 27 - 29 Jan 2006

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    Archaeologists uncover 10,000-year-old site in Oregon

    Plumbing the depths of an ancient spring in Florida

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    Archaeo News Podcast 26 - 22 Jan 2006

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    4,000-year-old 'kitchen' unearthed in Indiana

    Early Spanish sculpture to return to town

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    Archaeo News Podcast 25 - 15 Jan 2006

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    Pennsylvania hunters shouldn't use prehistoric weapon

    USC seeks volunteers for excavating ancient sites

    Ancient remains found in downtown Miami

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    Archaeo News Podcast 24 - 08 January 2006

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    Earliest Mayan writing found in pyramid (details)

    5,400 years ago, Andeans irrigated crops (details)

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    Archaeo News Podcast 23 - 01 Jan 2006

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    8,000-year-old campsites unearthed in Texas (details)

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    Archaeo News Podcast 21 - 18 December 2005

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    Skulls raise questions on first Americans (details)

    Ancient humans brought bottle gourds to the Americas from Asia (details)

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    Archaeo News Podcast 19 - 04 December 2005

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    Ancient canals reveal underpinnings of early Andean civilization (details)

    Study treads on footprint claim (details)

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    Archaeo News Podcast 18 - 27 November 2005

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    Rock art sites in Colorado (details)

    Chile's prehistoric mummies possibly done in by arsenic (details)

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    Archaeo News Podcast 16 - 13 November 2005

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    Pennsylvania hunters may use prehistoric weapon (details)

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    Archaeo News Podcast 15 - 06 November 2005

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    Dig near Tucson uncovers ancient settlement (details)

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