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

Nuraghe Santu Antine in Torralba
Cristiano 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 Atlantis. Dr. Holt also gives us details on her summer field school, which focuses on CRM techniques, that is open for enrollment.

Dr. Emily Holt:

Twitter: @Emily_M_Holt 
and @ScholarOutreach

School Bio Page:
https://miamioh.edu/cas/academics/departments/classics/about/faculty-staff/holt/

Personal Blog:

ERRANT: letters from an itinerant archaeologist

Ask an Archaeologist: Dr. Emily Holt, Zooarchaeologist

Contact Dr. Holt if you are interested in participating in her feild school this summer. holtem2@miamioh.edu

Field School Link to Apply:
Miami University Field Methods in Archaeology: Pran’e Siddi Landscape Project

Articles on Atlantis in Sardinia:

Was Sardinia home to Atlantis? – by Sarah Griffiths on Daily Mail.

Was Sardinia home to the mythical civilization of Atlantis? – by Florence Evin on the Guardian website.

Review of Ancient Aliens S13E08 “Island of the Giants” by Jason Colavito


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