On The Ocean with Sir Barry Cunliffe - Episode 24

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New from Oxford University Press - On the Ocean by Sir Barry Cunliffe. On the Ocean talks about seafaring vessels and the people that used them from prehistoric times through 1500 AD. It's a fantastic read shows the ingenuity of people across many cultures.

Oxford University Press is offering a 30% discount on On the Ocean Pre-Orders and some of Barry's other books. Use the code at checkout: AAFLYG6

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Searching for Amelia - Episode 23

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On today's episode, we interview Tom King, the senior archaeologist for the International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery, or, TIGHAR. They just finished their most recent expedition to the island where they think Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan landed their Lockheed Electra. It's still uncertain what happened after they landed, but, the evidence is building. This episode covers the most recent expedition to Nickamororo Island.

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Fossil Teeth and Homo Naledi with Dr. Shara Bailey - Episode 21

On today's show, we talk to Dr. Shara Bailey about what ancient teeth can tell us about human evolution and ultimately about ourselves. What is paleoanthropology? What can we learn from the shape of teeth and how they are worn? All this and more on this episode of the Archaeology Show.

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Forest Service Archaeologist Neil Weintraub - Episode 20

On today's show, April and Chris interview Kaibab National Forest Service archaeologist Neil Weintraub. We talk about fire archaeology, vandalism in the forest, and public outreach.

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