Archaeology

  • 3m 52s

    15th Jan 2019 – 15th Comment - Pond Inlet - Inuktitut

    uploaded by: dandietzel

    channel: DID records comments from Inuit at the Nunavut Impact Review Board (NIRB) Public Hearings

    Before the mine started, archeologists studied the various sites that are going to be impacted and found artifacts, I ask you, Is there archeologist making sure that the mine isn't destorying any archeological sites are artcifacts. Second thing,There are hunting routes that have been used for centuries that are still being tought, those routes should be protected in my opinion.

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    uploaded date: 01-02-2019

  • 28m 21s

    Video News from TAC, December 2012

    uploaded by: TheArchaeologyChannel

    channel: The Archaeology Channel

    In a family feud nearly two centuries old, two Appalachian families keep alive their tradition of egg fighting.  The annual Peters Hollow Easter Egg Fight in Stoney Creek, Tennessee, was a way to settle a dispute over which family's chickens laid  harder eggs.  The Watermill Theatre in Berkshire, England, resides in a structure with a three hundred year history.  The wooden … Read more

    uploaded date: 13-12-2012

  • 28m 25s

    Video News from TAC, September 2012

    uploaded by: TheArchaeologyChannel

    channel: The Archaeology Channel

    A Maya pyramid at El Zotz, Guatemala, with images done in dramatic painted stucco and a royal tomb full of artifacts and human remains, may have linked the deceased lord to the eternal sun; technicians using ancient building techniques work to save crumbling walls at  “The Mithraeum of the Painted Walls” in Ostia Antica, the harbor of classical Rome; workers restore Paschoal Ha… Read more

    uploaded date: 11-10-2012

  • 28m 17s

    Video News From TAC, August 2012

    uploaded by: TheArchaeologyChannel

    channel: The Archaeology Channel

     Always a cultural melting pot, Malaysia has cultural and historical links to distant places in the Indian and Pacific oceans. Archaeology here is young, but already reveals a rich and deep cultural record both on land and in the sea extending from Paleolithic sites in the Lenggong Valley to the Neolithic, Iron Age, and more recent periods.… Read more

    uploaded date: 14-08-2012

  • 28m 13s

    Video News From TAC, July 2012

    uploaded by: TheArchaeologyChannel

    channel: The Archaeology Channel

     Excavations in 2005 prior to the upgrade of “The Avenue of the Saints,” U.S. Route 61 in 15 miles of the Mississippi River valley in Missouri, revealed over 1000 buried features, 60,000 artifacts, and copious environmental data from over two dozen sites spanning 10,000 years; In a video interview at TAC Festival 2011, Dr.… Read more

    uploaded date: 14-07-2012

  • 28m 9s

    Video News from TAC, April 2012

    uploaded by: TheArchaeologyChannel

    channel: The Archaeology Channel

    Dr. Mark Van Stone, a leading expert on the Mayan calendar and the significance of 2012, describes the front of Quiriguá Stela K, a Guatemalan stone monument carved in AD 805, just before the Maya Collapse. The USDA Forest Service investigates the extent and significance of the prehistoric Silver Glen Springs Site in Florida.… Read more

    uploaded date: 26-04-2012

  • 28m 18s

    Video News from TAC, February 2012

    uploaded by: TheArchaeologyChannel

    channel: The Archaeology Channel

     People have been making wine in Cyprus for thousands of years, so the Cypriots are thoroughly familiar with all facets of the wine industry and long ago developed their own distinctive wine culture. In the 1860s, Aurora, a mining boom town in western Nevada, was home to a Chinese population for which history is mute.… Read more

    uploaded date: 13-03-2012

  • 28m 11s

    Video News from TAC, March 2012

    uploaded by: TheArchaeologyChannel

    channel: The Archaeology Channel

    Dr. Mark Van Stone, a leading expert on the Mayan calendar and the significance of 2012, reads the story of a powerful Mayan king on Quiriguá Stela D, a late Eighth Century stone monument in Guatemala. A French team of experimental archaeologists stamps coins in an effort to recreate the “Silver Owl” coins of the Fifth Century B.C. Greek city-state of Athens.… Read more

    uploaded date: 13-03-2012

  • 28m 16s

    VIdeo News from TAC November 2011

    uploaded by: TheArchaeologyChannel

    channel: The Archaeology Channel

     This is a short clip from the November edition of Video News from TAC. Featured this month is battlefield archaeology from the battle of Oudenaarde in Belgium, the recovery of a lost language in Peru, and an exhibition of Mayan hieroglyphs by Dr. Mark Van Stone who will be giving the keynote speech at our annual film festival on May 11th.… Read more

    uploaded date: 15-11-2011