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Video thumbnail: Native America Episode 3 Preview | Cities of the Sky

Native America

Episode 3 Preview | Cities of the Sky

Discover the cosmological secrets behind America’s ancient cities.

Episode 3 Preview | Cities of the Sky

Video thumbnail: Native America Extended Interview: Ian Thompson on Ancient Earthen Mounds

Native America

Extended Interview: Ian Thompson on Ancient Earthen Mounds

The Choctaw scholar reflects on the ancient tradition of earthen mounds and mound culture.

Extended Interview: Ian Thompson on Ancient Earthen Mounds

Video thumbnail: Native America Extended Interview: Religion at Teotihuacan

Native America

Extended Interview: Religion at Teotihuacan

Harvard professor of Religion David Carrasco speaks on religion and Teotihuacan.

Extended Interview: Religion at Teotihuacan

Video thumbnail: Native America Inca Huacas

Native America

Inca Huacas

The historical and contemporary spiritual importance of Incan Huacas.

Inca Huacas

Video thumbnail: Native America Lidar Mapping

Native America

Lidar Mapping

Cahokia researchers uses new LiDAR technology to map the layout of this ancient city.

Lidar Mapping

Video thumbnail: Native America Mound 72

Native America

Mound 72

Archaeologists investigate Cahokian human sacrifice.

Mound 72

Video thumbnail: Native America Extended Interview: Ian Thompson on the Trail of Tears

Native America

Extended Interview: Ian Thompson on the Trail of Tears

The Choctaw scholar reflects on the bitter chapter of history known as the Trail of Tears.

Extended Interview: Ian Thompson on the Trail of Tears

Video thumbnail: Native America Cahokia’s Celestial Calendar (Woodhenge)

Native America

Cahokia’s Celestial Calendar (Woodhenge)

An archaeology team work to uncover remains of a celestial calendar at Cahokia.

Cahokia’s Celestial Calendar (Woodhenge)

Video thumbnail: Native America The Governor’s Palace

Native America

The Governor’s Palace

Why this magnificent structure is built at an angle to the rest of the city.

The Governor’s Palace

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