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Montag, 3.8.2020, 17:08
Audio News for July 26th through August 1st, 2020
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Coprolites in Oregon caves reveal lengthy human occupation
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  • Source of Stonehenge monoliths found
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  • Grape pips help archaeologists study ancient economy
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  • Epidemics revealed in human teeth
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Montag, 27.7.2020, 16:41
Audio News for July 19th through the 25th, 2020
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Studies of pirate shipwreck suggests Blackbeard abandoned it intentionally
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  • Viking age burials produce smallpox DNA that adds new twist to history
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  • New studies from Mexican cave and other early sites put North American arrival at 30,000 years ago
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  • New site in Jerusalem is from time of the biblical kings
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Montag, 20.7.2020, 17:14
Audio News for July 12th through the 18th, 2020
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Push for development in India paves over the past
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  • Excavation seeks mass graves of Tulsa race massacre victims
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  • New Bronze Age burial pushes back the date for earliest horse riding
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  • Underwater research off Australia finds new early sites
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Dienstag, 14.7.2020, 16:31
Audio News for July 5th through the 11th, 2020
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Dismantling a Confederate monument reveals time capsule
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  • Divers find ancient ocher mines on Yucatan peninsula
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  • Rock engravings found in Israeli burial chamber
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  • Archaeologists uncover the history of Ethiopian lake
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Montag, 6.7.2020, 16:53
Audio News for June 28th through July 4th, 2020
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Korea Legoland theme park plows through priceless prehistoric site
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  • Volcano in Alaska helped push Roman Republic to the tipping point
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  • Bad water in Maya city of Tikal came partly from dangerous paint
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  • Old spy photos and new satellite technology find 14,000 new sites in northeastern Syria
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Montag, 29.6.2020, 16:23
Audio News for June 21st through the 27th, 2020
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • New C14 dates show wooden church statue is Europe’s oldest
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  • Stone Age harpoons discovered in Norway
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  • Viking outpost in Iceland resets settlement date
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  • Volunteers excavate Hindu temple amid pandemic
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Montag, 22.6.2020, 17:18
Audio News for June 14th through the 20th, 2020
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Research continues on Maya ruins at Uxmal
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  • Sri Lanka reveals 48,000 year old arrowheads
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  • Underwater bones raise questions about doomed French expedition
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  • New analysis of remains from Newgrange indicates incest
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Montag, 15.6.2020, 17:05
Audio News for June 7th through the 13th, 2020
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Oldest shell midden in China discovered
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  • Hominins may have eaten like tapirs
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  • Ancient nut and tuber residue found in Papua New Guinea
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Montag, 8.6.2020, 16:25
Audio News for May 31st through June 6th, 2020
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Bone isotope studies trace how maize became the cornerstone of Mesoamerican diets
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  • New DNA studies show multiple Caribbean migrations, followed by local culture change
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  • Sea otter studies help explain the past and guide the present
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  • Ancient death in Turkey illuminates the turbulence of early social change
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Sonntag, 7.6.2020, 10:06
Newsletter: Wir ziehen das Tiny House per E-Bike an die E-Tankstelle
Alle Tankstellen werden zu E-Tankstellen, ein Leben im Tiny House, Valorant, neue E-Bikes und die Frage: Was ziehen wir nur im Büro an? Begleitet uns im Newsletter in gewohnter Art und Weise durch die besten News dieser Woche.
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Internet & Netzwelt, Automobil, In eigener Sache, E-Bike, Mobility.



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Montag, 1.6.2020, 18:07
Audio News for May 24th through the 30th, 2020
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Virtual platform brings Jewish heritage sites to life
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  • Genetic study of skeletons reveals Lebanon’s long continuity
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  • Mining company destroys sacred aboriginal site 46,000 years old
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  • Dental tartar shows what people ate in Japan’s Edo period
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Dienstag, 26.5.2020, 16:09
Audio News for May 17th through the 23rd, 2020
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • 3D Footprints in Tanzania suggest gendered group activities
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  • Competition with modern humans may have been the cause of Neanderthal extinction, new research suggests
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  • Cadaver dogs may become archaeologists’ newest noninvasive tool
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  • Bone arrowpoint in southern Africa gives early date for advanced human cognition
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Montag, 18.5.2020, 17:07
Audio News for May 10th through the 16th, 2020
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Corn kernels mark rise of Cahokia metropolis
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  • Evolution and spread of rice in Asia triggered by global cooling
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  • How ancient African societies coped with epidemics
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  • Archaeologists date when a successful desert farming society collapsed
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Montag, 11.5.2020, 16:39
Audio News for May 3rd through the 9th, 2020
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Cahokia city causeway shows link between the living, the dead, and the Milky Way
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  • Early immigrants into the Indonesian islands switched from fish diet to giant rat
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  • High-energy X-rays help study and conserve metal artifacts from Renaissance-era ship
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  • Archaeological evidence puts pandemic effects into historical perspective
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Montag, 4.5.2020, 16:33
Audio News for April 26th through May 2nd, 2020
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • New series of direct dates on contact period sites upends assumptions about Iroquois history
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  • Bones from Çatalhöyük show practice of household burials, differences in women’s lifestyle
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  • Bulgarian grave mound turns up unique objects from Roman empire
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  • The first Africans in Mexico City reveal insights into infectious diseases
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Montag, 27.4.2020, 18:02
Audio News for April 19th through the 25th, 2020
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Ottoman merchant ship carried a surprisingly abundant cargo
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  • New study: Salish Sea basin was very densely populated and had very ancient culture
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  • Rising seas drove Scandinavian hunter-gatherers toward marine resources
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  • Culturally distinct cuisines among ancient Baltic hunter-gatherers
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Montag, 20.4.2020, 17:25
Audio News for April 12th through the 18th, 2020
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Melting ice in Norwegian pass reveals artifacts tracing trade and upland farming
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  • Molecular analysis shows history of milk and meat diet of east African cattle-herders
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  • Iron Age British rabbits and chickens were pets, not food, and sacred to the gods
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  • Sites in Alaska show heavy traffic, hunting and occupation in extreme weather
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Montag, 13.4.2020, 16:43
Audio News for April 5th through the 11th, 2020
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Oldest string ever found shows new evidence of Neanderthal brain power
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  • Mexican site shows how Mesoamerican copper smelting was adapted to new Spanish needs
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  • German Bronze Age site shows increasing similarities to Stonehenge
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  • London finds from 3000 years ago suggest long use for settlement and rituals
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Montag, 6.4.2020, 17:27
Audio News for March 29th through April 4th, 2020
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Watercourts kept fish from spoiling for Calusa in southern Florida
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  • Arkalochori Cave leads to more uncovered history about Minoan society
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  • Roman Emperor Caligula built floating palaces
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  • Mesopotamian war god's ritual site uncovered in Iraq
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