3500 year old temple used by shark hunters found in Peru. Listen to this story and the following headlines on this week’s audio news from archaeologica: 
Flash that smile! Gold dental implant discovered in Celtic skeleton
3500 year old temple used by shark hunters found in Peru
British “Pompeii” revealed in County Durham

Listen to the audio news here: http://bit.ly/1qHT4Yy
Image courtesy of Andean Air Mail & Peruvian Times: http://bit.ly/Uym5XK

3500 year old temple used by shark hunters found in Peru. Listen to this story and the following headlines on this week’s audio news from archaeologica: 

  • Flash that smile! Gold dental implant discovered in Celtic skeleton
  • 3500 year old temple used by shark hunters found in Peru
  • British “Pompeii” revealed in County Durham

Listen to the audio news here: http://bit.ly/1qHT4Yy

Image courtesy of Andean Air Mail & Peruvian Timeshttp://bit.ly/Uym5XK

The indigenous Austronesian people of Taiwan, just two percent of the island’s population, are a disadvantaged group, with high unemployment and substandard education. Now they are expressing increased ethnic pride, reviving traditional cultural practices and preserving their languages. Watch this amazing video as leaders of a small indigenous village in 2010 invite anthropologists from the National Taiwan University to promote tourism and help them preserve their fading culture.
CLICK HERE to watch!

The indigenous Austronesian people of Taiwan, just two percent of the island’s population, are a disadvantaged group, with high unemployment and substandard education. Now they are expressing increased ethnic pride, reviving traditional cultural practices and preserving their languages. Watch this amazing video as leaders of a small indigenous village in 2010 invite anthropologists from the National Taiwan University to promote tourism and help them preserve their fading culture.

CLICK HERE to watch!

Around the World with TAC: Continuing our digital trip across the Earth, we stop today in southern India to learn about a culture with a continuous literary tradition almost 2000 years old. Tamil is one of the few languages besides Greek which is both classical and modern, and today’s clip, “Ur: A Video Essay on Tamil, Part 1,” details the long and rich heritage of this ancient language, the earliest example of which was found on cave walls. Check out this awesome video RIGHT HERE!

Around the World with TAC: Continuing our digital trip across the Earth, we stop today in southern India to learn about a culture with a continuous literary tradition almost 2000 years old. Tamil is one of the few languages besides Greek which is both classical and modern, and today’s clip, “Ur: A Video Essay on Tamil, Part 1,” details the long and rich heritage of this ancient language, the earliest example of which was found on cave walls. Check out this awesome video RIGHT HERE!

An all new audio news from archaeologica is now available for listening! This week’s edition features the following headlines: 
Flash that smile! Gold dental implant discovered in Celtic skeleton
3500 year old temple used by shark hunters found in Peru
Evidence of ancient Egyptian religious reformation uncovered in Sudan
British “Pompeii” revealed in County Durham

To listen to the audio news CLICK HERE!
Image courtesy of LiveScience

An all new audio news from archaeologica is now available for listening! This week’s edition features the following headlines: 

  • Flash that smile! Gold dental implant discovered in Celtic skeleton
  • 3500 year old temple used by shark hunters found in Peru
  • Evidence of ancient Egyptian religious reformation uncovered in Sudan
  • British “Pompeii” revealed in County Durham

To listen to the audio news CLICK HERE!

Image courtesy of LiveScience

Have you always wanted to explore an underwater shipwreck? Now is your chance, with the July edition of the Video News from TAC! In this month’s episode we take a trip to Biscayne National Park's Maritime Heritage Trail and explore the wreckage of The Arratoon Apcar, which ran aground just below an unfinished lighthouse in 1878. For this story and others, watch the whole episode RIGHT HERE!

Have you always wanted to explore an underwater shipwreck? Now is your chance, with the July edition of the Video News from TAC! In this month’s episode we take a trip to Biscayne National Park's Maritime Heritage Trail and explore the wreckage of The Arratoon Apcar, which ran aground just below an unfinished lighthouse in 1878. For this story and others, watch the whole episode RIGHT HERE!

Have you entered your film into the TAC International Film and Video Festival yet? If not, what are you waiting for?!

We are now accepting entries to our 2015 edition of the festival, which will be held May 15th-19th, 2015 in Eugene, OR! This is the only international competition for this genre in the entire Western Hemisphere and a wonderful showcase for your work. Last year we received 113 entries from 24 countries and we want this year’s festival to be even bigger! The deadline for entry is October 15, 2014, so click RIGHT HERE for more information on how to enter your film!