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  • 1:37:51 Native America before European Colonization

    Native America before European Colonization

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    Upon the arrival of Columbus in 1492 in the Carabean Islands, unknown to Columbus (and majority of the Eastern Hemisphere), he landed on Islands located in the middle of two huge continents now known has North America and South America that was teaming wi

  • 1:36:37 Neanderthal 2001 Full Documentry

    Neanderthal 2001 Full Documentry

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    Neanderthal (2001) DocumentryFound this on an old video so please excuse the quality through moviemaker.Filmed 'near myself' at Glenveagh National Park, County Donegal, Ireland Directed by Tony MitchellCastKenneth Cranham - Narrator (voice)Mark Byron - Cr

  • 1:25:26 Forbidden Archeology: SUPPRESSED New Evidence of Early Man - FREE Movie

    Forbidden Archeology: SUPPRESSED New Evidence of Early Man - FREE Movie

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    From the EMMY AWARD WINNING Producers of "The Mystery of the Sphinx" and the Producers of "The Mysterious Origins of Man" comes a new ground breaking film about "New Evidence of Early Man: SUPPRESSED." What happens when scientific evidence conflicts with

  • 52:41 Archaeology Cafe - Cooking Pots and Culture in the Zuni Region

    Archaeology Cafe - Cooking Pots and Culture in the Zuni Region

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    On March 5, 2013, Archaeology Southwest's own Matt Peeples shared some of his experimental work with cooking pots.Matt writes, "Food and cooking are some of the most important and conservative aspects of culture. Thus, archaeological examinations of cooki

  • 1:15:33 Inventing Southwestern Archaeology, 1846-1940

    Inventing Southwestern Archaeology, 1846-1940

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    On March 17, 2013, Dr. Don D. Fowler discussed the individuals, ideas, and circumstances that helped define southwestern archaeology in its early inception. Dr. Don D. Fowler is past-president of the Society for American Archaeology, receiving the society

  • 57:49 Archaeology Cafe: How Migration Transformed Social Networks in the Late Prehispanic Southwest

    Archaeology Cafe: How Migration Transformed Social Networks in the Late Prehispanic Southwest

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    On March 19, 2013, Dr. Matthew Peeples explored the nature of widespread social transformations in the centuries just before the Spaniards arrived.

  • 1:11:30 Popular Archaeology Cafe: Ten Years After—The Sonoran Desert Conservation Plan

    Archaeology Cafe: Ten Years After—The Sonoran Desert Conservation Plan

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    On April 2, 2013, Linda Mayro (Pima County Cultural Resources Manager) and Julia Fonseca (Pima County Office of Conservation Science and Environmental Policy) shared the achievements of Pima County's Sonoran Desert Conservation Plan, a long-term vision fo

  • 1:05:56 Archaeology Café: Animal Bones and the Archaeology of Human-Environment Interactions

    Archaeology Café: Animal Bones and the Archaeology of Human-Environment Interactions

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    On April 16, 2013, Karen Gust Schollmeyer (Arizona State University) discussed long-term patterns in archaeological animal bone deposits in the U.S. Southwest. These faunal remains reveal information about human impacts on animals and about different spec

  • 46:43 Casa Malpais Archaeology Road Show

    Casa Malpais Archaeology Road Show

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    Archaeologists from Archaeology Southwest recently partnered with the Casa Malpais Museum in Springerville Arizona for an Archaeology Road Show. Unlike the Antiques Road Show, discussions of financial values were not on the agenda. Instead everyone was mu

  • 43:29 Archaeology Café - Connecting the American Southwest and Mesoamerica: A Ritual Economy

    Archaeology Café - Connecting the American Southwest and Mesoamerica: A Ritual Economy

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    On May 7, 2013, Ben Nelson (Arizona State University) provided a big-picture look at relationships between the two regions in the past. He also discussed his investigations at the site of La Quemada.

  • 1:02:43 Where Pen Meets Trowel, Crossroads of Disciplines: Precipitating Causes and Latent Causal Conditions

    Where Pen Meets Trowel, Crossroads of Disciplines: Precipitating Causes and Latent Causal Conditions

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    On July 23, 2013, Richard Flint shared his insights into the disciplinary differences between archaeology and history. ABSTRACT:Although history and archaeology can be and sometimes are complementary disciplines, their different evidence bases and develop

  • 59:12 Archaeology Café: What Obsidian Studies Hath Wrought.

    Archaeology Café: What Obsidian Studies Hath Wrought.

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    In this video, Dr. M. Steven Shackley discusses the science of obsidian. His work has changed how archaeologists have examined this volcanic glass, and the types of information that it has yielded. A must watch for anyone interested in lithics, archaeolog

  • 57:25 Great Riddles in Archaeology: Noah's Ark

    Great Riddles in Archaeology: Noah's Ark

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    Great Riddles in Archaeology Lecture Series at the Penn MuseumNoah's Ark One of the bestknown Bible stories is that of Noah's ark and the world-engulfing flood. Dr. Fredrik Hiebert, National Geographic Explorer, was part of a team that discovered evidence

  • 1:27:31 Great Riddles in Archaeology: Merlin's Magic Circles

    Great Riddles in Archaeology: Merlin's Magic Circles

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    December 7, 2011Timothy DarvillStonehenge in central southern England is known the world over as an iconic symbol of Europe's prehistoric past. In this lecture Professor Timothy Darvill of Bournemouth University, UK, will show that while Stonehenge's orig

  • 1:03:26 The Mystery of the Lost Jamestown Fort (1607-1624)

    The Mystery of the Lost Jamestown Fort (1607-1624)

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    The Jamestown Fort, built in 1607, was the beginning of the first permanent British settlement in what is now the United States. Abandoned after its inhabitants relocated around 1624, the fort was believed to be lost forever until its rediscovery in 1994.

  • 1:08:52 The Tarim Basin Mummies by Victor Mair

    The Tarim Basin Mummies by Victor Mair

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    The exhibition Secrets of the Silk Road explores the history of the vast desert landscape of the Tarim Basin, located in Western China, and the mystery of the peoples who lived there. Located at the crossroads between East and West, oasis towns within the

  • 49:25 Indo-European Dispersals and the Eurasian Steppe with J.P. Mallory

    Indo-European Dispersals and the Eurasian Steppe with J.P. Mallory

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    J. .P Mallory speaks on Indo-European Dispersals and the Eurasian Steppe at the Silk Road Symposium held at the Penn Museum held in March 2011.Contacts between Europe and China that bridged the Eurasian steppelands are part of a larger story of the disper

  • 1:00:08 Popular Before Silk: Unsolved Mysteries of the Silk Road by Colin Renfrew

    Before Silk: Unsolved Mysteries of the Silk Road by Colin Renfrew

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    Colin Renfrew speaks on the Unsolved Mysteries of the Silk Road at the Silk Road Symposium held at the Penn Museum held in March 2011.The extent of contact between east (China) and west (Europe and Western Asia) in the prehistoric period has been much deb

  • 1:04:59 Great Riddles in Archaeology Lecture Series: Ötzi the Iceman

    Great Riddles in Archaeology Lecture Series: Ötzi the Iceman

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    Dr. Thomas TartaronFebruary 1, 2012In 1991, two German tourists discovered a frozen body emerging from the melting ice of a glacier in the Alps along the Italian-Austrian border. Although it was initially believed to be a modern corpse, it quickly became

  • 1:21:27 Great Riddles in Archaeology: The Ark of the Covenant: Lost, Found, or Forgotten?

    Great Riddles in Archaeology: The Ark of the Covenant: Lost, Found, or Forgotten?

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    Great Riddles Lecture: The Ark of the Covenant: Lost, Found, or Forgotten?March 7, 2012Dr. Annette Y. ReedIn biblical accounts of the wanderings of the Israelites after the Exodus and their settlement in the Promised Land, the Ark of the Covenant is celeb

  • 1:07:42 Great Riddles in Archaeology, Atlantis: The Lost Continent?

    Great Riddles in Archaeology, Atlantis: The Lost Continent?

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    Dr. Brian RoseApril 4, 2012When the Greek philosopher Plato first described an advanced civilization that sank beneath the ocean thousands of years ago, most listeners did not take it seriously. But the story acquired new popularity in the 20th century, a

  • 1:03:20 Great Riddles in Archaeology: El Dorado in the Americas

    Great Riddles in Archaeology: El Dorado in the Americas

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    Dr. Clark EricksonJanuary 4, 2012Great Riddles in Archaeology Lecture SeriesEl Dorado in the Americas: A Wild Dream or Actual Fact?Conquistadors, explorers, treasure hunters, and many others have long sought the famed El Dorado or Golden City. Throughout

  • 12:08 Peruvian Ruins Display Proof of Ancient Fascination of the Afterlife

    Peruvian Ruins Display Proof of Ancient Fascination of the Afterlife

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    Correspondent Dan Collyns explores ancient Peruvian ruins that display proof of the omnipresent fascination man has had with forces beyond the earth's realm for over hundreds of years.

  • 27:23 UVU: Engage - Peru

    UVU: Engage - Peru

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    In this episode of Engage we follow a group of Anthropology students to Peru, where they are in the process of excavating and cataloging an ancient site.

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