Get a glimpse inside the largest known pit house on the Dillard site 1400 years ago.
With a name like Dr. Otter, it’s no wonder this Zooarchaeologist loves fish bones.
Indigenous Archaeologist Marky Weahkee is an expert at reproducing ancient technology.
Tracy Murphy discusses the Dolores Archaeological Project and the Anasazi Heritage Center.
Archaeologist Lauren O’Shea demonstrates how ancient bone can be broken down into DNA.
Adrien Hannus describes Folsom people's hunting strategy and the innovation of the Atlatl.
Bryan Haley uses ground penetrating radar to reveal features underground without digging.
Ian Thompson demonstrates flintknapping and explains why it's an indigenous art form.
Dr. Lee Bement recounts the mysterious story behind unearthing the Cooper Skull in 1994.
Greg McKee explains why plants provide valuable information about people.
Milford Nahohai is a third generation potter who creates traditional Zuni pottery.
Dr. Ron Towner explains the principles behind dendrochronology.
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