On this edition of the podcast, we speak with archaeologist Aaron Deter-Wolf about ancient tattooing practices.
This week’s podcast discusses pseudo-archaeology, in a conversation with our guests Serra Head and Ken Feder of the Archaeology Fantasies Podcast.
Perhaps none of the proposed pre-Clovis sites in North America has aroused more controversy over the years than the Topper Site, an ancient chert quarry located in Allendale County, South Carolina.
The ancient stone circles known as “medicine wheels” remain mysterious, and continue to have a highly sacred role in the lives of many of the First Nations people.
On this episode, we discuss the life of the ancient Egyptian ruler Hatshepsut with Egyptologist Dr. Kara Cooney, author of “The Woman Who Would Be King.”
The Gault site, an archaeological dig site located northeast of Austin, Texas, has yielded new evidence of human habitation 16 to 20 thousand years ago.
At the height of the Mayan Empire, their farmers relied on innovation to provide food for the inhabitants of their cities and villages.
How early did humans arrive in North America, and what do discoveries at places like the Topper Site in Allendale County, South Carolina, teach us about southeastern archaeology and the ancient past?
It’s a story that’s as old as time… and the problem is that it may not be entirely true.
An anonymous delivery to an American University helped solve the mystery of the long-lost Fremont figurine.