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Exploring History, Archaeology, Science, and Culture.

Exploring History, Archaeology, Science, and Culture.
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Exploring History, Archaeology, Science, and Culture.

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Episodes

Seven Ages Audio Journal Episode 25: Legends of the White Pond Lodge

5/10/2019
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On this edition of the podcast, the team features a series of colorful interviews with several icons of southeastern archaeology, recorded live at the White Pond Lodge in rural South Carolina. The post Seven Ages Audio Journal Episode 25: Legends of the White Pond Lodge appeared first on Seven Ages.

Duration:01:53:28

Seven Ages Audio Journal Episode 24: Southern Swag

4/22/2019
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On this episode, we are joined by Shane Miller, Ph.D., a prehistoric archaeologist whose research interests include the Ice Age colonization of the Americas and the origins of agriculture in North America. The post Seven Ages Audio Journal Episode 24: Southern Swag appeared first on Seven Ages.

Duration:01:25:33

Seven Ages Audio Journal Episode 23: Teotihuacán

3/27/2019
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On this edition of the podcast, we are joined by David Carballo, Associate Professor of Archaeology and Latin American Studies at Boston University for a discussion about the ancient Mesoamerican city of Teotihuacán. The post Seven Ages Audio Journal Episode 23: Teotihuacán appeared first on Seven Ages.

Duration:01:28:32

Seven Ages Audio Journal Episode 22: The Ancient Engineers

3/9/2019
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On this edition of the podcast, we take a look at the work of ancient engineers, and their monuments of the ancient world which include the Egyptian pyramids, the Greek Parthenon, and Gobekli Tepe. The post Seven Ages Audio Journal Episode 22: The Ancient Engineers appeared first on Seven Ages.

Duration:01:16:30

Seven Ages Audio Journal Episode 21: American Holocaust, Part Two

2/7/2019
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In this second in a two-part series discussing the "American Holocaust" that befell Native Americans during the conquest of America by the Spanish, we are joined by Holocaust historian Samuel Zinner, Ph.D., and Native American attorney and activist Tara Houska. The post Seven Ages Audio Journal Episode 21: American Holocaust, Part Two appeared first on Seven Ages.

Duration:02:09:25

Seven Ages Audio Journal Episode 20: American Holocaust, Part One

2/7/2019
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On this edition of the podcast, professor Daniele Bolleli joins us for the first in a two-part series discussing the "American Holocaust" that befell Native Americans during the conquest of America by the Spanish. The post Seven Ages Audio Journal Episode 20: American Holocaust, Part One appeared first on Seven Ages.

Duration:01:31:37

Seven Ages Audio Journal Episode Nineteen: A Year in Archaeology

1/12/2019
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On this edition of the Seven Ages Audio Journal, we look back at some of the archaeological work and discoveries that took place in the last twelve months, along with a few forecasts for future studies. The post Seven Ages Audio Journal Episode Nineteen: A Year in Archaeology appeared first on Seven Ages.

Duration:01:30:25

Seven Ages Audio Journal Episode Eighteen: The Ancient Wonders of Ireland

12/13/2018
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On this edition of the Seven Ages Audio Journal, we turn our attention to the ancient wonders of Ireland, in an exploration of the country's famous Neolithic sites. The post Seven Ages Audio Journal Episode Eighteen: The Ancient Wonders of Ireland appeared first on Seven Ages.

Duration:01:26:43

Seven Ages Audio Journal Episode Seventeen: Of Wolf And Man: Ethnocynology Across the Ages

11/9/2018
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On this edition of the podcast, we explore the ancient relationships between wolf and man, and how dogs have played a significant role in human cultures across the ages. The post Seven Ages Audio Journal Episode Seventeen: Of Wolf And Man: Ethnocynology Across the Ages appeared first on Seven Ages.

Duration:01:38:29

Seven Ages Audio Journal Episode Sixteen: Mississippian Mounds of the Southeast

10/27/2018
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On this episode, the team chronicles their recent trip throughout Georgia and Alabama to visit ancient Mississippian mounds and other archaeological sites. The post Seven Ages Audio Journal Episode Sixteen: Mississippian Mounds of the Southeast appeared first on Seven Ages.

Duration:02:11:06

Seven Ages Audio Journal Episode Fifteen: Curious Cases of Cannibalism

10/4/2018
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On this edition of the podcast, we discuss some of American history's most infamous and curious cases of cannibalism throughout the last several hundred years. The post Seven Ages Audio Journal Episode Fifteen: Curious Cases of Cannibalism appeared first on Seven Ages.

Duration:01:21:57

Seven Ages Audio Journal Episode Fourteen: In Search of Ancient Tattooing

9/4/2018
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On this edition of the podcast, we speak with archaeologist Aaron Deter-Wolf about ancient tattooing practices. The post Seven Ages Audio Journal Episode Fourteen: In Search of Ancient Tattooing appeared first on Seven Ages.

Duration:01:13:58

Seven Ages Audio Journal Episode Thirteen: Myths, Fantasies, and Pseudo-Archaeology

8/16/2018
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This week's podcast discusses pseudo-archaeology, in a conversation with our guests Serra Head and Ken Feder of the Archaeology Fantasies Podcast. The post Seven Ages Audio Journal Episode Thirteen: Myths, Fantasies, and Pseudo-Archaeology appeared first on Seven Ages.

Duration:01:35:25

Seven Ages Audio Journal Episode Twelve: Hatshepsut, The Woman Who Would Be King

7/29/2018
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On this episode, we discuss the life of the ancient Egyptian ruler Hatshepsut with Egyptologist Dr. Kara Cooney, author of "The Woman Who Would Be King." The post Seven Ages Audio Journal Episode Twelve: Hatshepsut, The Woman Who Would Be King appeared first on Seven Ages.

Duration:01:22:25

Seven Ages Audio Journal Episode Eleven: On The Front Line Of Southeastern Archaeology

7/5/2018
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How early did humans arrive in North America, and what do discoveries at places like the Topper Site in Allendale County, South Carolina, teach us about southeastern archaeology and the ancient past? The post Seven Ages Audio Journal Episode Eleven: On The Front Line Of Southeastern Archaeology appeared first on Seven Ages.

Duration:01:43:30

Seven Ages Audio Journal Episode Ten: Women in Archaeology

6/20/2018
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On this episode, we speak with the cohosts of the Women in Archaeology podcast, discussing the role of women in professional anthropology today. The post Seven Ages Audio Journal Episode Ten: Women in Archaeology appeared first on Seven Ages.

Duration:01:43:05

Seven Ages Audio Journal Episode Nine: Riddle of the Younger Dryas

5/17/2018
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This week the Seven Ages Audio Journal looks at one of the most tumultuous periods of climate change in the ancient world, known as the Younger Dryas. The post Seven Ages Audio Journal Episode Nine: Riddle of the Younger Dryas appeared first on Seven Ages.

Duration:01:40:05

Seven Ages Audio Journal 008: The Anomalist: The Life of William R. Corliss

5/4/2018
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On this edition of the Seven Ages Audio Journal, we remember the life and work of American physicist and seeker of the unusual William R. Corliss. The post Seven Ages Audio Journal 008: The Anomalist: The Life of William R. Corliss appeared first on Seven Ages.

Duration:01:26:00

Seven Ages Audio Journal 007: The Mound Builders of Wisconsin

4/15/2018
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On this edition of the podcast, we discuss the mound building cultures of Wisconsin, and how nature, myth, and symbolism are represented in these impressive ancient structures. The post Seven Ages Audio Journal 007: The Mound Builders of Wisconsin appeared first on Seven Ages.

Duration:01:38:46

Seven Ages Audio Journal 006: Sharks, Science and Conservation

3/27/2018
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On this edition of the podcast, the Seven Ages team talks with Chris Fischer of OCEARCH, an organization that provides research on great white sharks and other large apex predators. The post Seven Ages Audio Journal 006: Sharks, Science and Conservation appeared first on Seven Ages.

Duration:01:16:44