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  • The Mitchell and Webb Look – Bronze Age Orientation Day

    The Mitchell and Webb Look – Bronze Age Orientation Day

    Stone Age Man is told about the need to move into Bronze Age Demonstrates drivers and need for change and the various reactions according to perspective.

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  • Umm el-Jimal (Jordan) Educational Curriculum Update

    Umm el-Jimal (Jordan) Educational Curriculum Update

    Umm el-Jimal Project team members give an update about the educational curriculum they are putting together as part of an AIA Site Preservation grant. The curriculum will be available in English and Arabic and is being developed in partnership with the Jordanian Ministry of Education for implementation in Jordanian government schools. The goal for the Umm el-Jimal Project in creating this curriculum is to bridge the gap between the ruins at Umm el-Jimal and the people of today. Copyright (c) […]

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  • Lara Croft vs Indiana Jones

    Lara Croft vs Indiana Jones

    Lara Croft vs Indiana Jones A fight to the finish!

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  • The Late Glacial and Mesolithic in Northern UK

    The Late Glacial and Mesolithic in Northern UK

    A lecture presented to volunteers for the community archaeology project ‘Paxton before the House’. Kristian Pedersen of Edinburgh University speaks about the archaeological evidence of the Late Glacial and Mesolithic periods in Scotland http://paxtonbeforethehouse.wordpress.com/

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  • Illinois Caves Series: Lost Tomb of Alexander the Great

    Illinois Caves Series: Lost Tomb of Alexander the Great

    Thought you knew the Truth about Alexander?   Nah…   the maps tell the real truth…  Alexander made it to Illinois.   No really!     Hang onto your reality!   First instalment in our radio series with Harry Hubbard of IllinoisCaves.com. “We want you to join us on a journey which does not parallel anything that has been previously presented by academia in the fields of history and archaeology. What you are about to explore is a chapter of ancient history that has […]

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  • Star Carr – The Otherside of the Antler

    Star Carr – The Otherside of the Antler

    A documentary exploring the new excavations at Star Carr, the world famous Mesolithic archaeological site. It’s the first time excavations have taken place at this location for more than 20 years. The video was commissioned by the Vale of Pickering Archaeological Trust and was filmed over 4 weeks in the summer of 2006. More information about the site and the new excavations can be found at starcarr.com

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  • Digging For Britain: Mystery Infant Skeletons

    Digging For Britain: Mystery Infant Skeletons

    Three years after the gruesome discovery of nearly 100 infant skeletons from a Roman villa site, new research casts doubt on archaeologist’s controversial theory.

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  • Making a Bronze-Age Beaker

    Hand building one of the 60 Bronze-Age Beakers made for Kent Archaeological Trust for the Dove Boat Project you can also see my video of me decorating one of these pots.

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  • Iron age house reconstruction in Eastern Europe

    Iron age house reconstruction in Eastern Europe

    Based on field archeological works. Project accomplished together with Czech Technical University in Prague and east Bohemia Museum in Pardubice

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  • The mysterious hominids from the Denisova Cave

    The mysterious hominids from the Denisova Cave

    Bence Viola from the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig discovered the tooth fragments together with Russian colleagues in the Denisova Cave in the Altai Mountains. Initially, he thought the inconspicuous-looking object was the molar of a cave bear. But when the remaining fragments of the tooth turned up, it became obvious that the researchers had found the tooth of a hominid. It was too large, however, to be from a modern man or Neanderthal. When the researchers […]

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  • Giorgio A. Tsoukalos on the Nazca Lines & Elongated Skulls

    Giorgio A. Tsoukalos on the Nazca Lines & Elongated Skulls

    Giorgio A. Tsoukalos has often been described as the real-life Indiana Jones. As a trailblazer he is changing the way the world thinks about the Ancient Astronaut Theory. As the world’s leading Ancient Astronaut expert, Giorgio has appeared on The History Channel, the Travel Channel, the National Geographic Channel, the Sci-Fi Channel, Coast to Coast AM and many other international television and radio programs talking about the latest discoveries in the Ancient Astronaut field. It is just a shame that […]

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  • Ollantaytambo: Impossible Archaeology & Alien Technology?

    Ollantaytambo: Impossible Archaeology & Alien Technology?

    Ollantaytambo is a town and an Inca archaeological site in southern Peru some 60 kilometers northwest of the city of Cusco. Due to the enormous size of the stone blocks used to construct the city, and due to the fact that the blocks appear to have been machined, some speculate that the technology used to construct Ollantaytambo did not exist at the time of construction and therefore must have been constructed by ancient aliens. While there is no proof, some […]

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  • Armstrong & Miller Archaeology

    Armstrong & Miller Archaeology

    A classic sketch from Armstrong and Miller. The truth about archaeology is uncovered.

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  • Henges: Stonehenge, Woodhenge, Avebury & Stanton Drew

    Henges: Stonehenge, Woodhenge, Avebury & Stanton Drew

    http://standingwithstones.net Standing with Stones is a remarkable and unprecedented documentary film that takes the viewer beyond Stonehenge on an incredible journey of discovery that reveals the true wealth and extent of Neolithic and Bronze Age Britain & Ireland. If you ever wondered what it would be like to travel the length and breadth of the British Isles, visiting the most intriguing and enigmatic monuments that our ancestors left us, from Cornwall through England, Wales, Ireland and Scotland to the outer […]

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  • Archeology: Prof David Frankel at La Trobe

    Archeology: Prof David Frankel at La Trobe

    http://www.latrobe.edu.au/ Professor David Frankel discusses Archaeology at La Trobe University. The buildings, utensils and tools of past societies can help archaeologists unlock the secrets of ancient community life. Archaeologists use artefacts and fragments from the past to study the economies, social structure, art and culture of past societies. To learn more – visit the website http://www.latrobe.edu.au/humanities/areas-of-study/historical-and-cultural-s…

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