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 Pyramids That Are Not, The Bosnian Pyramids.

Episode 29 of the Archaeology Fantasies Podcast is live. If you haven't given it a listen, go do it now! I apologize ahead of time for the fact that I can't say Sam Osmanagich's name correctly. We're talking about the Bosnian Pyramids. For those who don't know, the Bosnian Pyramids are not actual pyramids, they are a cluster... Continue Reading →

Debunking, Blogging, and Public Outreach: Blogging Archaeology Carnival 2014!

Sadly, I won't be making the SAA's in Texas next year. Neither will my friend Doug over at Doug's Archaeology, but he came up with a great idea for those of us who can't make, something called a blogging carnival and he's hosting the first round of questions for November (Which is also Movember, so get to growing... Continue Reading →

Podcasts, Podcasts, Maker -Scouts: Weekly Round-Up 2/10/2013

I don't really have a whole lot to report this wee, but not because nothing is going on. On the contrary, quite a bit is happening here. Chris Webber over at Random Acts of Science has invited me to be on his CRM Podcast . He's re-worked the format for the podcast and there are several panel members, so there should be some great conversation about archaeology... Continue Reading →

Ella Sophia Armitage – Mistress of The Norman Mottes

For our next early female archaeologist I want to introduce you to Ella Sophia Armitage. Armitage was a particular challenge for me, as many of the women I will introduce you to will be, since there is so little known about her as a person, other than she lived. It's aggravating  but this is the product of so many years of ignoring... Continue Reading →

How did the Easter Island Statues Get There? They Might Have Walked!

While doing research for my Remote Sensing project I happily stumbled across an entry in the book, Satellite Remote Sensing for Archaeology by Sarah H. Parcak, that I just had to look up. Once I got into it, I knew I had to share, since more than a few have asked about this very topic. Specifically,  how the Easter Island Statues... Continue Reading →

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