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365 Days of Archaeology

Archaeology Podcast Network

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365 Days of Archaeology

365 Days of Archaeology

Archaeology Podcast Network

9
Followers
31
Plays
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This podcast was a series we did on the APN that feature a podcast a day for about 400 days. The back catalogue is at www.archpodnet.com/arch365.

Latest Episodes

Troy - Episode 18045

The world heritage site of Troy, in modern Anatolia in Turkey, best known from the homeric epics, is today known as the site of nine successive cities dating between 3000 BCE and AD 500.

4 MIN2018 FEB 15
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Troy - Episode 18045

Bath - Episode 18044

The Roman baths, in the City of Bath, England, are one of the best preserved roman bathing complexes in the United Kingdom.

3 MIN2018 FEB 14
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Bath - Episode 18044

Carynx - Episode 18043

A large, bronze, S-shaped trumpet in use by Iron Age Celtic peoples, the Carynx was regularly used in battle to intimidate their enemies.

3 MIN2018 FEB 13
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Carynx - Episode 18043

Ise Shrine - Episode 18042

The Ise Grand Shrine, also called Ise Jingū, is a paris-sized Shinto shrine complex with 125 separate temples that was founded in the 7th century. The Ise complex located in the city of Ise, Mie Prefecture of Japan.

4 MIN2018 FEB 12
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Ise Shrine - Episode 18042

Saalburg - Episode 18041

The Saalburg is a Roman fort located northwest of Bad Homburg, 20 km north-north-west of Frankfurt in the state of Hessen in Germany.

5 MIN2018 FEB 11
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Saalburg - Episode 18041

Stonehenge - Episode 18040

Stonehenge is a British cultural icon that is also one of the best known archaeological sites in the world. It is set within one of the most extensive Neolithic and Bronze age landscapes in Britain.

8 MIN2018 FEB 10
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Stonehenge - Episode 18040

Historic Fish Wiers - Episode 18039

Of the many methods of exploiting fish, weirs are one of the most important to archaeologists as they leave the longest lasting evidence on the landscape.

5 MIN2018 FEB 9
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Historic Fish Wiers - Episode 18039

Dunhuang - Episode 18038

The ancient Chinese city of Dunhuang, located at a strategic crossroads of the ancient southern silk road, is famed for its art and archaeology relating to historical Buddhist worship.

5 MIN2018 FEB 8
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Dunhuang - Episode 18038

Roskilde - Episode 18037

Roskilde a Danish city with a fascinating history in its own right and whose origins date back to the pre-christian Viking age is most well known for the Danish Viking Ship Museum.

5 MIN2018 FEB 7
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Roskilde - Episode 18037

Scandinavian York - Episode 18036

Jórvík, the scandinavian name for the southern kingdom of Northumbria, which roughly corresponds to present day Yorkshire, and also its capital city York, was controlled by a succession of Norse warrior-kings between the late 9th and early 10th century CE.

3 MIN2018 FEB 6
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Scandinavian York - Episode 18036

Latest Episodes

Troy - Episode 18045

The world heritage site of Troy, in modern Anatolia in Turkey, best known from the homeric epics, is today known as the site of nine successive cities dating between 3000 BCE and AD 500.

4 MIN2018 FEB 15
Comments
Troy - Episode 18045

Bath - Episode 18044

The Roman baths, in the City of Bath, England, are one of the best preserved roman bathing complexes in the United Kingdom.

3 MIN2018 FEB 14
Comments
Bath - Episode 18044

Carynx - Episode 18043

A large, bronze, S-shaped trumpet in use by Iron Age Celtic peoples, the Carynx was regularly used in battle to intimidate their enemies.

3 MIN2018 FEB 13
Comments
Carynx - Episode 18043

Ise Shrine - Episode 18042

The Ise Grand Shrine, also called Ise Jingū, is a paris-sized Shinto shrine complex with 125 separate temples that was founded in the 7th century. The Ise complex located in the city of Ise, Mie Prefecture of Japan.

4 MIN2018 FEB 12
Comments
Ise Shrine - Episode 18042

Saalburg - Episode 18041

The Saalburg is a Roman fort located northwest of Bad Homburg, 20 km north-north-west of Frankfurt in the state of Hessen in Germany.

5 MIN2018 FEB 11
Comments
Saalburg - Episode 18041

Stonehenge - Episode 18040

Stonehenge is a British cultural icon that is also one of the best known archaeological sites in the world. It is set within one of the most extensive Neolithic and Bronze age landscapes in Britain.

8 MIN2018 FEB 10
Comments
Stonehenge - Episode 18040

Historic Fish Wiers - Episode 18039

Of the many methods of exploiting fish, weirs are one of the most important to archaeologists as they leave the longest lasting evidence on the landscape.

5 MIN2018 FEB 9
Comments
Historic Fish Wiers - Episode 18039

Dunhuang - Episode 18038

The ancient Chinese city of Dunhuang, located at a strategic crossroads of the ancient southern silk road, is famed for its art and archaeology relating to historical Buddhist worship.

5 MIN2018 FEB 8
Comments
Dunhuang - Episode 18038

Roskilde - Episode 18037

Roskilde a Danish city with a fascinating history in its own right and whose origins date back to the pre-christian Viking age is most well known for the Danish Viking Ship Museum.

5 MIN2018 FEB 7
Comments
Roskilde - Episode 18037

Scandinavian York - Episode 18036

Jórvík, the scandinavian name for the southern kingdom of Northumbria, which roughly corresponds to present day Yorkshire, and also its capital city York, was controlled by a succession of Norse warrior-kings between the late 9th and early 10th century CE.

3 MIN2018 FEB 6
Comments
Scandinavian York - Episode 18036
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