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Archaeology news from around the world. Hosted by Esther Ciammachilli.

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Archaeology news from around the world. Hosted by Esther Ciammachilli.

    Apes, Quakes, and Warrior Women

    Apes, Quakes, and Warrior Women

    An entertaining recap of the latest archaeology and anthropology news. This week, ancient Greek temples and the faults they're built on, Neanderthal tar production, apes versus humans in a contest of social wits, and the ultimate Viking warrior.  Hosted by Esther Ciammachilli.

    • 9 min
    Italy Decanted, Human Sacrifice, and Greek Inscriptions in the Holy Land

    Italy Decanted, Human Sacrifice, and Greek Inscriptions in the Holy Land

    An entertaining recap of the latest archaeology and anthropology news. This week, the oldest wine ever found in Italy, software that can measure depth in old photographs, human sacrifice in the north of France, and Greek mosaics in Israel.  Hosted by Esther Ciammachilli.

    Babylon, Submarines, and a Terracotta Army

    Babylon, Submarines, and a Terracotta Army

    An entertaining recap of the latest archaeology and anthropology news. This week, Babylonian trigonometry, sunken civil war submarines, a terracotta army, and a smoking XRF machine. Hosted by Esther Ciammachilli.

    • 8 min
    Cannibals, Hannibal, and Menopause

    Cannibals, Hannibal, and Menopause

    An entertaining recap of the latest archaeology and anthropology news. This week, English cannibals, ancient turkeys solve a mystery, Hannibal marches through the Alps, and the evolutionary reason for menopause. Hosted by Esther Ciammachilli.

    • 7 min
    National Monuments, Gay Anniversary, and Australia Redefined

    National Monuments, Gay Anniversary, and Australia Redefined

    A weekly recap of the latest archaeology and anthropology news. This week, national monuments saved from the chopping block, England celebrates a golden gay anniversary, and aboriginal occupation of Australia redefined. Hosted by Esther Ciammachilli.

    • 4 min
    Ancient Sounds, The Sun Seems Dim, Rapa Nui Fate

    Ancient Sounds, The Sun Seems Dim, Rapa Nui Fate

    A weekly recap of the latest archaeology and anthropology news. This week, body parts influenced by tones, ancient soundscapes, a machine that produces light 10 billion times brighter than the sun, and the fate of ancient Rapa Nui people. Hosted by Esther Ciammachilli.

    • 5 min

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