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Time Team America

Video thumbnail: Time Team America S1: Large Pit House

Time Team America

S1: Large Pit House

Get a glimpse inside the largest known pit house on the Dillard site 1400 years ago.

0:27

S1: Large Pit House

0:27

Video thumbnail: Time Team America S1: Ancient Technology

Time Team America

S1: Ancient Technology

Indigenous Archaeologist Marky Weahkee is an expert at reproducing ancient technology.

2:24

S1: Ancient Technology

2:24

Video thumbnail: Time Team America S1: Zooarchaeology

Time Team America

S1: Zooarchaeology

With a name like Dr. Otter, it’s no wonder this Zooarchaeologist loves fish bones.

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S1: Zooarchaeology

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Video thumbnail: Time Team America S1: Anasazi Heritage Center & The Dolores Archaeological Pro

Time Team America

S1: Anasazi Heritage Center & The Dolores Archaeological Pro

Tracy Murphy discusses the Dolores Archaeological Project and the Anasazi Heritage Center.

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S1: Anasazi Heritage Center & The Dolores Archaeological Pro

2:53

Video thumbnail: Time Team America S1: Archaeomagnetic Dating

Time Team America

S1: Archaeomagnetic Dating

Dr. Blinman explains how archaeomagnetic dating can help archaeologists date their site.

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S1: Archaeomagnetic Dating

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Video thumbnail: Time Team America S1: Atlatl Mechanics

Time Team America

S1: Atlatl Mechanics

Learn how ancient technology called an Atlatl gave Paleoindians a better shot at survival.

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S1: Atlatl Mechanics

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Video thumbnail: Time Team America S1: Bones to DNA

Time Team America

S1: Bones to DNA

Archaeologist Lauren O’Shea demonstrates how ancient bone can be broken down into DNA.

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S1: Bones to DNA

1:16

Video thumbnail: Time Team America S1: Ceramic Design

Time Team America

S1: Ceramic Design

Milford Nahohai is a third generation potter who creates traditional Zuni pottery.

2:41

S1: Ceramic Design

2:41

Video thumbnail: Time Team America S1: Dendrochronology

Time Team America

S1: Dendrochronology

Dr. Ron Towner explains the principles behind dendrochronology.

2:01

S1: Dendrochronology

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Video thumbnail: Time Team America S1: Flintknapping

Time Team America

S1: Flintknapping

Ian Thompson demonstrates flintknapping and explains why it's an indigenous art form.

2:22

S1: Flintknapping

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Video thumbnail: Time Team America S1: Folsom Hunters & the Atlatl

Time Team America

S1: Folsom Hunters & the Atlatl

Adrien Hannus describes Folsom people's hunting strategy and the innovation of the Atlatl.

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S1: Folsom Hunters & the Atlatl

2:33

Video thumbnail: Time Team America S1: Ground-Penetrating Radar

Time Team America

S1: Ground-Penetrating Radar

Bryan Haley uses ground penetrating radar to reveal features underground without digging.

3:02

S1: Ground-Penetrating Radar

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Video thumbnail: Time Team America S1: Iron Conservation

Time Team America

S1: Iron Conservation

Students suit up to conserve rusty old nails with Heather Law Pezzarossi.

2:23

S1: Iron Conservation

2:23

Video thumbnail: Time Team America S1: Laser Trowels, Robots, and... Bees?

Time Team America

S1: Laser Trowels, Robots, and... Bees?

We asked each member of Time Team America three important questions about archaeology.

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S1: Laser Trowels, Robots, and... Bees?

3:31

Video thumbnail: Time Team America S1: Mystery of the Cooper Skull

Time Team America

S1: Mystery of the Cooper Skull

Dr. Lee Bement recounts the mysterious story behind unearthing the Cooper Skull in 1994.

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S1: Mystery of the Cooper Skull

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Video thumbnail: Time Team America S1: Precious Plants

Time Team America

S1: Precious Plants

Greg McKee explains why plants provide valuable information about people.

3:08

S1: Precious Plants

3:08

Video thumbnail: Time Team America S1: Scientific Illustration

Time Team America

S1: Scientific Illustration

Kathleen Rolland is a scientific illustrator.

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S1: Scientific Illustration

2:22

Video thumbnail: Time Team America S1: Soil Analysis

Time Team America

S1: Soil Analysis

When it comes to soil analysis, Dr. John Wah loves getting his hands dirty.

3:41

S1: Soil Analysis

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Video thumbnail: Time Team America S1: Stone Blade Surgery

Time Team America

S1: Stone Blade Surgery

Dr. Adrien Hannus elected to have major surgery done on his colon using obsidian blades.

2:28

S1: Stone Blade Surgery

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Video thumbnail: Time Team America S1: Badger Hole Field School

Time Team America

S1: Badger Hole Field School

Female middle school students in Woodward, OK relive Folsom life of Badger Hole.

3:08

S1: Badger Hole Field School

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Video thumbnail: Time Team America S1: Bryan Haley, Archaeological Geophysist

Time Team America

S1: Bryan Haley, Archaeological Geophysist

Bryan Haley loves the high-tech methods used in geophysical archaeology.

2:02:23

S1: Bryan Haley, Archaeological Geophysist

2:02:23

Video thumbnail: Time Team America S1: Chelsea Rose, Archaeologist

Time Team America

S1: Chelsea Rose, Archaeologist

Chelsea Rose is a historical archaeologist who has loved archaeology since a young age.

2:47

S1: Chelsea Rose, Archaeologist

2:47

Video thumbnail: Time Team America S1: Crow Canyon Field School

Time Team America

S1: Crow Canyon Field School

High schoolers in Cortez, CO experience archaeology & the Basketmaker iii era first hand.

3:08

S1: Crow Canyon Field School

3:08

Video thumbnail: Time Team America S1: Dr. Alexandra Jones, Field School Director

Time Team America

S1: Dr. Alexandra Jones, Field School Director

Dr. Alexandra Jones is passionate about teaching children the science of archaeology.

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S1: Dr. Alexandra Jones, Field School Director

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