An all new audio news from archaeologica is now available! This week’s episode features the following headlines: - Clovis site shows hunting of small extinct elephant- Clay tokens helped accountants in ancient Assyrian empire- Russian team restores colorful early Egyptian tomb painting- Circular earthen features form monument the size of Stonehenge

Check out the whole episode RIGHT HERE!
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An all new audio news from archaeologica is now available! This week’s episode features the following headlines: 
- Clovis site shows hunting of small extinct elephant
- Clay tokens helped accountants in ancient Assyrian empire
- Russian team restores colorful early Egyptian tomb painting
- Circular earthen features form monument the size of Stonehenge

Check out the whole episode RIGHT HERE!

Image courtesy of EurekAlert!

Around the World with TAC: Our digital voyage across the globe continues! This week we visit another monastery in the Himalayas with the documentary “A Nun’s Life.” This film gives us a glimpse into the Tibetan Buddhist monastery of Thupten Choling. The stone building was recently rebuilt, by hand, using traditional medieval technology, with the nuns themselves providing the bulk of the labor.
Watch the video today RIGHT HERE!

Around the World with TAC: Our digital voyage across the globe continues! This week we visit another monastery in the Himalayas with the documentary “A Nun’s Life.” This film gives us a glimpse into the Tibetan Buddhist monastery of Thupten Choling. The stone building was recently rebuilt, by hand, using traditional medieval technology, with the nuns themselves providing the bulk of the labor.

Watch the video today RIGHT HERE!

An all new audio news from archaeologica is now available! This week’s episode features the following headlines: 
- Clovis site shows hunting of small extinct elephant
- Clay tokens helped accountants in ancient Assyrian empire
- Russian team restores colorful early Egyptian tomb painting
- Circular earthen features form monument the size of Stonehenge

Check out the whole episode RIGHT HERE!

Image courtesy of Popular Archaeology

Today we added another video to the TAC video archive! “Achilles on the Isle of Skyros” is a short animated film that tells the ancient story of Achilles. is mother, Thetis, to protect him from harm submerges him in the River Styx in order to make him invulnerable. Then, when the oracle says that Achilles will die at Troy, Thetis hides Achilles on Skyros, an island in the middle of the Aegean Sea, among the daughters of King Lykomedes. This film tells the story from the point of view of Black-figure Greek ceramic vessels. Watch the whole video HERE!And keep an eye out for more videos to be added to our archive in the coming weeks!

Today we added another video to the TAC video archive! “Achilles on the Isle of Skyros” is a short animated film that tells the ancient story of Achilles. is mother, Thetis, to protect him from harm submerges him in the River Styx in order to make him invulnerable. Then, when the oracle says that Achilles will die at Troy, Thetis hides Achilles on Skyros, an island in the middle of the Aegean Sea, among the daughters of King Lykomedes. This film tells the story from the point of view of Black-figure Greek ceramic vessels. 

Watch the whole video HERE!

And keep an eye out for more videos to be added to our archive in the coming weeks!

Check out the July Video News from TAC today on our website! This month we go to the Sierra Nevada mountain range in California to explore the Agnew Tramway which was built in 1915 to service a series of high-elevation dams still operating as the Rush Creek Hydroelectric Historic District. To learn more about Agnew Tramway and other stories from archaeology, watch the whole episode HERE!
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Check out the July Video News from TAC today on our website! This month we go to the Sierra Nevada mountain range in California to explore the Agnew Tramway which was built in 1915 to service a series of high-elevation dams still operating as the Rush Creek Hydroelectric Historic District. To learn more about Agnew Tramway and other stories from archaeology, watch the whole episode HERE!

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Have you guys heard of Archaeoseek?! Archaeoseek is a social network created specifically for archaeologists and people who share an interest in archaeology. Sign up for Archaeoseek today to join discussion groups, share finds from expeditions, and collaborate with others! Make your account today RIGHT HERE!

Have you guys heard of Archaeoseek?! Archaeoseek is a social network created specifically for archaeologists and people who share an interest in archaeology. Sign up for Archaeoseek today to join discussion groups, share finds from expeditions, and collaborate with others! Make your account today RIGHT HERE!

Have you heard this week’s audio news from archaeologica? Give it a listen before an all new one tomorrow: 
Carthaginian helmet salvaged from Mediterranean Sea
Villagers find life-sized temple statues in Iraq
Three pre-Columbian burials discovered in El Salvador
Search begins for 16th Century French fleet lost off coast of Florida

Check out the whole episode RIGHT HERE!
Image courtesy of The Florida Times-Union

Have you heard this week’s audio news from archaeologica? Give it a listen before an all new one tomorrow: 

  • Carthaginian helmet salvaged from Mediterranean Sea
  • Villagers find life-sized temple statues in Iraq
  • Three pre-Columbian burials discovered in El Salvador
  • Search begins for 16th Century French fleet lost off coast of Florida

Check out the whole episode RIGHT HERE!

Image courtesy of The Florida Times-Union

Are you familiar with any of The Archaeology Channel’s in-house film productions? To see a collection of our in-house productions as well as the various filmmakers we work with and their work, check out our recently updated Film Production page. To learn all about our film production services and how to get involved check out the page HERE!

Are you familiar with any of The Archaeology Channel’s in-house film productions? To see a collection of our in-house productions as well as the various filmmakers we work with and their work, check out our recently updated Film Production page. To learn all about our film production services and how to get involved check out the page HERE!