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The Audio News from Archaeologica has been produced by TAC since 2001! Check out this board for images from the news stories we cover and links to each episode!
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the wall is dirty and has peeling paint on it
Audio News from Archaeologica, May 16, 2021: As climate change accelerates rock damage, world’s oldest cave art is disappearings. Find out more on our website or listen on Spotify. #climatechange #dissapearingarchaeologicalsites #savethesite #audionews #archaeologynews #archaeology #archaeologylovers
a rope bridge that is suspended over some water
Audio News from Archaeologica, August 8 through August 14, 2021
This week in Audio News from Archaeologica (4/4): Peruvian villagers rally to repair rope bridges dating back to the Incas. Learn more on our website, or on one of your favorite podcast services, like Apple Podcasts. #peru #preservation #historicalpreservation #audionews #archaeologynews #archaeology #archaeologylovers
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Melting ice in Mongolia reveals new artifacts
This week in Audio News from Archaeologica (3/4): Melting ice in Mongolia reveals new artifacts, and threats to conservation. Discover more on our website or on Stitcher. #climatechange #artifacts #mongolianarchaeology #audionews #archaeologynews #archaeology #archaeologylovers
two different sculptures are shown next to each other
Roman artifact from Leicester
This week in Audio News from Archaeologica (2/4): Roman artifact from Leicester suggests lions were brought to Britain. Dig deeper into this story on our website or listen on Google Podcasts. #romanartifact #ancientartifact #bronzeartifact #audionews #archaeologynews #archaeology #archaeologylovers
a long piece of bread sitting on top of a white table next to a marker
This week in Audio News from Archaeologica (1/4): New site in southern India adds insight on development of first urban cultures. Find out more on our website or listen on Spotify Photo Credit: Tamil Nadu Department of Archaeology #firsturbancenters #indiaarchaeology #audionews #archaeologynews #archaeology #archaeologylovers
an old ceramic vase is sitting on a table
Maya potters developed sophisticated techniques
This week in Audio News from Archaeologica (3/4): Maya potters developed sophisticated techniques for creating glazes. Discover more on our website, here: http://bit.ly/audio-news-archaeologica or on Stitcher: http://bit.ly/2EeWblg. #mayanpottery #ancientpottery #ancientknowledge #audionews #archaeologynews #archaeology #archaeologylovers
three old vases sitting next to each other on a green surface
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This week in Audio News from Archaeologica (4/4): Fats, proteins, microbes: new techniques help identify the details of ancient cuisines. Learn more on our website, or on one of your favorite podcast services, like Apple Podcasts. #chemicalanalysis #lipids #bavarianarchaeology #bavaria # #audionews #archaeologynews #archaeology #archaeologylovers
an old black and white photo of a group of people in front of a building
Indigenous roots and modern technology combine
This week in Audio News from Archaeologica (3/4): Indigenous roots and modern technology combine in search for missing residential school children. Discover more on our website, here: or on Stitcher. #missingidndigenouschildren #canadianarcaheology #findthechildren #audionews #archaeologynews #archaeology #archaeologylovers
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Japanese lake sediments show that origins of agriculture depended on a stable climate
This week in Audio News from Archaeologica: Japanese lake sediments show that origins of agriculture depended on a stable climate. Dig deeper into this story on our website, or listen on Google Podcasts. #climatechange #agricultureorigins #audionews #archaeologynews #archaeology #archaeologylovers
This week in Audio News from Archaeologica (1/4): New finds in sunken Egyptian port of Heracleion. Find out more on our website or listen on Spotify. #ancientegypt #heracleion #shipwreck #ancientshipwreck #ptolemaicera #ancientartifact #audionews #archaeologynews #archaeology #archaeologylovers Ancient Egyptian City, Egyptian City, Greek Ceramics, Ancient Egyptian Cities, Nile River Cruise, Old Wicker, Sunken City, Egyptian Mythology
New finds in sunken Egyptian port
This week in Audio News from Archaeologica (1/4): New finds in sunken Egyptian port of Heracleion. Find out more on our website or listen on Spotify. #ancientegypt #heracleion #shipwreck #ancientshipwreck #ptolemaicera #ancientartifact #audionews #archaeologynews #archaeology #archaeologylovers
This week in Audio News from Archaeologica (4/4): Interdisciplinary team focuses on the archaeological history of climate changes. Learn more on our website, or on one of your favorite podcast services, like Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/38w5P0A. #climatechangeinhistory #learnthroughdata #audionews #archaeologynews #archaeology #archaeologylovers History, Climate Changes, Cultural Diversity, Podcast, Pie Chart, Science
Interdisciplinary team focuses on history of climate changes
This week in Audio News from Archaeologica (4/4): Interdisciplinary team focuses on the archaeological history of climate changes. Learn more on our website, or on one of your favorite podcast services, like Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/38w5P0A. #climatechangeinhistory #learnthroughdata #audionews #archaeologynews #archaeology #archaeologylovers
an image of a stone path going through the grass and dirt field with trees in the distance
Audio News from Archaeologica
This week in Audio News from Archaeologica (3/4): Remnants of an ancient Roman road found submerged in Venice lagoon. Discover more on our website, or on Stitcher: http://bit.ly/2EeWblg. #ancientrome #romanroad #romanengineering #venicearchaeology #italianarchaeology #audionews #archaeologynews #archaeology #archaeologylovers
there is a bronze statue on display in the glass case
2,400-year-old bog body found in Denmark.
This week in Audio News from Archaeologica (2/4): Clues from the final meal of a 2,400-year-old bog body found in Denmark. Dig deeper into this story on our website, or listen on Google Podcasts: https://bit.ly/37Xkbsb. #ancientbody #lastmeal #preservationatitsbest #preservation #audionews #archaeologynews #archaeology #archaeologylovers