Remix – Atlantis in Sardinia with Dr. Emily Holt – Archaeological Fantasies ep 107

Nuraghe Santu Antine in TorralbaCristiano Cani picture via Wiki Commons. Note: there was an issue with the Audio file. This is a repost of episode 107. Today we are talking with Dr. Emily Holt from Miami University in Ohio. We learn about the Nuraghe civilization, the fantastic towers they built, and how all this is connected to... Continue Reading →

Asteroids, Micro Diamonds, and the Younger Dryas with Jens Notroff: Archaeological Fantasies Ep 106

Today we talk to Jens Notroff about a recent report about a newly discovered asteroid crater under the Greenland Glacier. How is this connected to the Younger Dryas? What is the Younger Dryas? And is this evidence of Gobekli Tepe being older than it seems? (You can probably guess the answer for that one.) Show... Continue Reading →

Where Are the Real Viking Women Warriors? With Chelsi Slotten Archaeological Fantasies Episode 105.

Not a real viking... Welcome to Season 5 of the Archaeological Fantasies Podcast! To start the year off we're talking with Chelsi Slotten about Viking Women Warriors. What does archaeology say about women in Viking times? What are the controversies around the Birka Warrior? And why aren't female warriors better accepted in academia? Show notes:... Continue Reading →

Archaeological Fantasies 2018 Year in Review.

We did a lot this year on the blog and the podcast, not to mention personally. We moved to Philadelphia, continued in grad school, went to several conferences, had a litter of kittens...On the ArchyFantasies side, we moved the Podcast to an independent platform, reached out to several new guests and hosts, really launched our... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Curse of Oak Island: The Story of the World’s Longest-Treasure Hunt.

From time to time I get sent books to review. The last one I did was the Lost History of Ancient America, and wow. So when the publishers of Randall Sullivan's new book, The Curse of Oak Island: The Story of the World's Longest-Treasure Hunt, reached out to me I warned them. Sure, I'd love... Continue Reading →

No, Native Americans are not Giant Hybrids: Legends of the Lost Ep 3

Bronze Statue at the Smithsonian Natural History Museum. Oh man, what to say here, what...to...say. I want to skip the play by play here mainly because the issues Fox brings up in this episode are just...infuriatingly stunning.  Again, when I comment here on Fox, it's based purely on what she's saying and how she's saying... Continue Reading →

New Archaeo-Genetics Articles With Jennifer Raff

Today, Dr. Jennifer Raff is back with us to talk about some recent articles on genetics in archaeology. Particularly the discovery of a new genetic ancestor to early Americans and new evidence about the migration of early Americans.  Show Notes: Jennifer Raff at Forbes Ancient DNA Reveals Yet More Complicated Histories In The Americas Posth et... Continue Reading →

The Never Ending Mystery of Stonehenge: Legends of the Lost Ep 1

After last week's marathon post, it's kinda nice to be able to have short one this week. Why, you ask? Because two-thirds of this episode is pure woo and spirituality. It has nothing to do with archaeology, and honestly has little to do with science, so...my job here is basically done after the first 20... Continue Reading →

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