We are joined by Kent State University professor Dr. Metin Eren for an in-depth discussion on the efficacy of the Clovis projectile point in killing proboscideans.
In this episode, we are joined by Austin J. Bell for an in-depth discussion of the archaeology of Florida’s Marco Island and its most famous artifact, the Key Marco Cat.
In this edition, we feature an in-depth interview with David Kilby of Texas State University and the Ancient Southwest Texas Project to discuss the Bonfire Shelter bison jump.
In this episode, the team explores the lingering mysteries of ancient Mississippian iconography with archaeologists Bretton Giles and Shawn Lambert.
We are joined by Malcolm Lecompte, Ph.D., Christopher R. Moore, Ph.D., and for his first appearance, Timothy Witwer for an in-depth discussion about new evidence that a cosmic airburst leveled the ancient city of Tall el-Hammam.
We are joined by Martin Sweatman, Ph.D., author of the book Prehistory Decoded and a number of research publications related to Göbekli Tepe.
Göbekli Tepe, arguably one of the most captivating archaeological sites in anywhere in the world both for its age, and for its artisanship, is the focus of this edition of the podcast.
On this edition of the Seven Ages Audio Journal, the team focuses on one of the earliest and greatest mysteries in early American History: the famous Lost Colony of Roanoke.
On this edition of the Seven Ages Audio Journal, we discuss the ancient Mississippian city of Cahokia, its mysterious collapse, and cultural significance in pre-Columbian North America.
In this episode, we go in search of answers to one of American Archaeology’s most enduring mysteries: the enigmatic Clovis people and their unique technology.