The team is joined by the Professor Mark Hill, who discusses the long-distance trade networks of the Woodland culture known as the Hopewell.
In this special extended episode, the team welcomes Dr. Nicholas Hellmuth, who shares his fascinating story of conquering the jungles of South America to find the Mayan site of Tikal in the 1960s.
In this special presentation, the Seven Ages Audio Journal presents a “subscriber sample” of content from our Seven Ages Patreon Channel.
The team welcomes Oregon State University Professor Dr. Loren Davis to the program, who discusses his work at Idaho’s enigmatic Cooper’s Ferry Site.
The team welcomes Dr. Ashley Lemke for an exciting discussion on her work discovering ancient underwater archaeological sites beneath the Great Lakes.
Joining us to discuss Arkansas’s Parkin Mounds Archaeological State Park is Nathan Odom, a park interpreter at the site who shares his knowledge of the history of the location.
Dr. Bob Brier joins us for a celebratory discussion about the 100th Anniversary of the discovery of the tomb of Egyptian Pharaoh Tutankhamun.
This latest installment of the Seven Ages Mound Builders Series brings the team to the stunning Mississippian site of Moundville, Alabama.
In this episode, the Seven Ages team reports on its visit to the captivating Poverty Point site, the third stop on our mound builders tour.
In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Clark Wernecke, the Executive Director for the Gault School of Archaeological Research.