This week we are joined by primitive tool expert and consultant Ryan Gill, who discusses ancient methods of archery and their study by modern archaeologists.
On this episode we are joined by geoarchaeologist Christopher R. Moore, Ph.D. and planetary scientist Malcolm Lecompte, Ph.D. to discuss the latest science behind the controversial Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis.
On this episode, we are joined by Jarrod Burks, Ph.D. of the Heartland Earthworks Conservancy, who discusses the Great Serpent Mound and other Ohio earthworks.
Despite being the world’s largest museum and research complex, much of the story behind the Smithsonian’s benefactor, and his reason for choosing America as its home, remains a mystery.
On this edition of the podcast, we feature interviews with author Tom Poland on the Carolina Bays, David Dean on Tennessee archaeology, and Chase Pipes on historical research and the preservation of our past.
Joining us for this episode is Dr. Benjamin Potter, who discusses ancient migration routes used by the first Americans, and the significance of Alaska’s Upward Sun River site.
An anomalous abundance of platinum discovered at an archaeological site in South Africa offers support in favor of the Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis.
On this episode we look at coins, maps, texts, tablets and other “out of place artifacts” that may raise new questions about our interpretation of the past.
This week we are joined by Bruce Bradley, Ph.D of the University of Exeter, to discuss his work at the enigmatic Gault site in Texas, as well as Europe’s Solutrean Culture.
Join the Seven Ages Research Associates as we stream live this July 18, 2019 at 7 PM ET. We look forward to having you join us!