Site Visits and Understanding - Episode 082

On today's show we revisit another blog post written by Chris Webster. In it, he references a journal article that mentions the need to visit a site's location in order to truly understand it. Let's have that discussion.

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10 Commandments of Archaeology - Episode 080

Chris Sims (from Go Dig a Hole, CRM Archaeology, and ArchaeoTech) talks about 10 Commandments for Archaeology.

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Go Dig a Hole blog, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram

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Androcentric Bias is Archaeology - Episode 079

On today's episode we will be discussing the androcentric bias in archaeology.  We will focus on what it is, how it was first recognized, and it's continued existence.

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The Go Dig A Hole Podcast - Episode 078

Christopher Sims, creator and host of the Go Dig A Hole podcast and blog of the same name talks about what you can expect to hear on his show. GDAH is a great resource for archaeologists and people interested in archaeology. Go check out the links below, then, go dig a hole!

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Oseberg Ship Burial - Episode 071

On today's episode we'll be talking about one of the most famous Viking Ship burials- The Oseberg Ship.  Why is this ship so special?  What can we learn from it?  Why, 100 years after it's discovery, are we still so enthralled with it's mysteries? 

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Historic Bottles - Episode 068

On today's episode we're going to learn about historic bottles. What are the parts of a bottle? How are they recorded by archaeologists? How can I date a bottle?

This information is a companion to a video from Professional Certifications for Scientists. Check out there video in the links below.

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Obsidian (Not Dragon Glass) - Episode 065

On today's show we learn about obsidian. No, not the dragon glass from Game of Thrones - the volcanic glass used for millennia by prehistoric peoples around the world.

References

  • Obsidian Wikipedia Entry: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Obsidian
  • Dictionary of Archaeology - Edited by Paul Bahn
    • 2004  “Dictionary of Archaeology”. Penguin Reference, Penguin Books, London, England.
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A Prehistory of the Prehi/stories Podcast - Episode 064

The host of the Prehi/stories podcast, Kim Biddulph, explains what it's all about, some of the highlights of the show over the past year and what's coming up in the near future.

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