Archaeology on YouTube: 2023.02.02

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Archaeology Abridged with Kara Cooney
By: ArchaeologyTV. Published: 02/01/2023

Our January 2023 #ArchaeologyAbridged talk features Egyptologist, author, and podcast host Kara Cooney. In her talk "Ramses the Great: Power and Patriarchy," Kara sheds some light on the19th dynasty Egyptian pharaoh Ramses II. Learn more about Archaeology Abridged at https://www.archaeological.org/programs/public/lectures/archaeologyabridged/ This lecture was recorded on January 26, 2023. #archaeology


2023 AIA Awards Ceremony Recording
By: ArchaeologyTV. Published: 02/01/2023

The Archaeological Institute of America would like to congratulate the following individuals, projects, and publications for their excellent work. They were formally recognized at the AIA Awards Ceremony, which took place during the hybrid Annual Meeting on Saturday, January 7, 2023 at 7:30 PM (CST) in New Orleans, and on Zoom. This is the recording from that ceremony, featuring speeches from the winners who attended in person, and pre-recorded messages from those who could not attend. Our warmest congratulations to all! The AIA "Telestes" Award for Material Culture Research in Ancient Music and Dance -- Dr. Agata Maria Catena Calabrese Outstanding Public Service Award – Heritage Emergency Response Inititiative (HERI) Award for Outstanding Work in Digital Archaeology – International Space Station Archaeological Project (Dr. Justin Walsh and Dr. Alice Gorman) Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching Award – Dr. Joanne Murphy Felicia A. Holton Book Award – Digging Up Britain: Ten Discoveries, a Million Years of History (By: Mike Pitts) Anna Marguerite McCann Award for Fieldwork Reports – The Roman Peasant Project 2009-2014. Excavating the Roman Rural Poor (edited by Kim Bowes) James R. Wiseman Book Award – The Painted Tetrarchic Reliefs of Nicomedia, Uncovering the Colourful Life of Diocletian's Forgotten Capital (By: Dr. Tuna Şare Ağtürk) Graduate Student Paper Award (2022 Annual Meeting – First Prizes) – “Negotiating Boundaries: Image and Ritual at the Complesso dei Riti Magici [II.1.12] in Pompeii” (by: Dr. Amanda Chen) Graduate Student Paper Award (2022 Annual Meeting – First Prizes) -- Balnea Aestiva, Balnea Hiemalia: Integrating Solar-Temporal Data to Understand the Use and Sensory Experience of Pompeian Domestic Baths”  (by: Dr. Cristina M. Hernandez) Martha and Artemis Joukowsky Distinguished Service Award – Dr. John Dobbins Pomerance Award for Scientific Contributions to Archaeology – Dr. Julia Lee-Thorp Gold Medal Award for Distinguished Archaeological Achievement – Dr. Andrew Stewart Golden Trowel Award – Oberlin/Wooster Society Lecture Website Award -- Los Angeles Society Lecture Flyer/Poster Award – Niagara Peninsula Society Foot Soldier Award – William "Bill" Laurence Willis, Central Texas Society


Preserving the Archaeological Wonders of Cambodia, North Macedonia, and Uzbekistan
By: ArchaeologyTV. Published: 01/21/2023

Live presentation recorded on January 19, 2023. Visit (or revisit) some incredible archaeological highlights from these three countries over your lunch break and learn more about how to compose a letter to the Cultural Property Advisory Committee during our webinar. Join the AIA for brief presentations by experts who have traveled to and worked in Cambodia, North Macedonia, and Uzbekistan and learn who you can advocate for the protection of archaeological sites in these three countries. The country of Cambodia recently requested that the U.S. renew the bilateral agreement that protects Cambodian cultural resources from being illegally imported into the United States and North Macedonia and Uzbekistan have requested that similar bilateral agreements with the United States be put into place for the very first time. After a whirlwind virtual trip across the three countries, the AIA will outline the simple steps you can take this month to speak out in support of preserving the cultural heritage of Cambodia, North Macedonia, and Uzbekistan.


AIA Archaeology Hour with Kara Cooney
By: ArchaeologyTV. Published: 01/19/2023

In "The Good Kings: Absolute Power in Ancient Egypt," Dr. Kara Cooney looks to three ancient Egyptian pharaohs to understand why many so often give up power to the few, and what it can mean for our future. The talk is based on Dr. Cooney's book of the same name. This AIA Archaeology Hour lecture was originally recorded on January 17, 2022 and presented by the AIA-Boulder Society as part of AIA National Lecture Program. Learn more at https://www.archaeological.org/programs/public/lectures/. #archaeology


Preserving Cambodia, North Macedonia, and Uzbekistan: Call to Action January 2023
By: ArchaeologyTV. Published: 01/18/2023

If you’ve traveled to Cambodia, North Macedonia, or Uzbekistan and/or appreciate their cultural heritage, your experience and passion can help the U.S. Cultural Property Advisory Committee with their upcoming deliberations. Watch this short video to find out how you can join the AIA to speak up for threatened archaeological sites. Visit https://www.archaeological.org/preserving-cambodia-north-macedonia-and-uzbekistan/ for letter templates and more information.


Letty Stott Cornu Performance at Vindolanda
By: ArchaeologyTV. Published: 11/18/2022


Archaeology Abridged with Tess Davis
By: ArchaeologyTV. Published: 11/18/2022

Our November 2022 #ArchaeologyAbridged talk features Tess Davis - lawyer, archaeologist, and Executive Director of The Antiquities Coalition. In her talk "The Wild, Wild East: Combating the Black Market in Ancient Asian Art," Tess tells us about tomb raiders targeting the rich cultural heritage of Asia and recent scandals involving stolen Asian art on the American market. Learn more about Archaeology Abridged at https://www.archaeological.org/programs/public/lectures/archaeologyabridged/ This lecture was recorded on November 17, 2022. #archaeology


AIA Archaeology Hour with Tess Davis
By: ArchaeologyTV. Published: 11/18/2022

In "Blood Antiquities: Tomb Raiders, Art Smugglers, and the Black Market in Cultural Treasures," Tess tells us about the worldwide cultural racketeering crisis and how governments, law enforcement, and regular citizens are fighting back. This AIA Archaeology Hour lecture was originally recorded on November 16, 2022 and presented by the AIA-Minneapolis/St. Paul Society as part of AIA National Lecture Program. Learn more at https://www.archaeological.org/programs/public/lectures/archaeologyhour/ #archaeology


Archaeology Abridged with Alaka Wali
By: ArchaeologyTV. Published: 10/28/2022

Our October 2022 #ArchaeologyAbridged talk features Alaka Wali, Curator Emerita of the Field Museum in Chicago. Her talk "Representing Native American Perspectives on Time: Examples from the Field Museum" uses examples from the Field Museum’s new exhibition, "Native Truths: Our Voices, Our Stories," to illustrate different dimensions of Native American perspectives on time and history. Learn more about Archaeology Abridged at https://www.archaeological.org/programs/public/lectures/archaeologyabridged/. This lecture was recorded on October 27, 2022. #archaeology


Quick Takes – Take #1: Big Datasets in Archaeology
By: ArchaeologyTV. Published: 10/27/2022

The inaugural program, “Quick Takes – Take #1: Big Datasets in Archaeology”, showcases nine videos of scholars working in a variety of places and time periods. Their contributions discuss various types of big datasets and the different approaches that they take to analyze, curate, and disseminate these data. This session was held on Wednesday, October 26th, 2022, from 6:00 to 8:00 pm and moderated by the organizers Drs. Danielle Riebe and Sarah McClure.


The Archaeology Channel

Heritage Broadcasting Service Release- 1/30/23
By: The Archaeology Channel. Published: 01/26/2023

Heritage Broadcasting Service, or just plain Heritage, launched on January 1, 2021. Developed by the nonprofit Archaeological Legacy Institute (that’s us, the people who created The Archaeology Channel at archaeologychannel.org), Heritage features more than 250 outstanding film titles from many countries on familiar subjects. As of January 30, 2023, new films include : “Komi: A Journey Across the Arctic”, and “Samucha: The Last Journey of a Shepherd”. Check out these and more, only on Heritage! https://www.heritagetac.org/ #archaeology #heritage #anthropology #TheArchaeologyChannel


Heritage Broadcasting Service Release- 1/16/23
By: The Archaeology Channel. Published: 01/17/2023

Heritage Broadcasting Service, or just plain Heritage, launched on January 1, 2021. Developed by the nonprofit Archaeological Legacy Institute (that’s us, the people who created The Archaeology Channel at archaeologychannel.org), Heritage features more than 250 outstanding film titles from many countries on familiar subjects. As of January 16, 2023, new films include : “Strata: Portraits of Humanity Season 9, Episode 04”, "The Mahouts of Kerala" and “Xueta Island”. Check out these and more, only on Heritage! https://www.heritagetac.org/ #archaeology #heritage #anthropology #TheArchaeologyChannel


Strata: Portraits of Humanity, December 2022
By: The Archaeology Channel. Published: 01/11/2023

Season 9 Episode 3 Strata: Portraits of Humanity, December 2022 (The Desert) This film is food for thought about what we really know. It’s about the existence of an invisible work of art. In fact, this is false: it IS visible. However, you’ve never seen it, because it’s been in the Sahara Desert since 2017. At least, we believe that, because nobody knows what has happened to it since its installation. “The Desert” tells of the twisted circumstances in which this object ended up in the desert (the arid and little-known space). In the process, the film humorously touches on the greatest secrets about objects, mirages and the outskirts of reality. Discover more cultural heritage topics at our website: http://archaeologychannel.org/strata Find us on Social Media! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheArchaeolo... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/archaeologychannel/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/4814340/ Twitter: http://bit.ly/194X1IA #heritage #anthropology #archaeology #strata


Heritage Broadcasting Service Release- 12/19/22
By: The Archaeology Channel. Published: 01/11/2023

Heritage Broadcasting Service, or just plain Heritage, launched on January 1, 2021. Developed by the nonprofit Archaeological Legacy Institute (that’s us, the people who created The Archaeology Channel at archaeologychannel.org), Heritage features more than 250 outstanding film titles from many countries on familiar subjects. As of December 19, 2022, new films include : “Strata: Portraits of Humanity Season 9, Episode 03”, and “Dr. Biermans: A True Story”. Check out these and more, only on Heritage! https://www.heritagetac.org/ #archaeology #heritage #anthropology #TheArchaeologyChannel


Heritage Broadcasting Service Release- 12/5/22
By: The Archaeology Channel. Published: 01/11/2023

Heritage Broadcasting Service, or just plain Heritage, launched on January 1, 2021. Developed by the nonprofit Archaeological Legacy Institute (that’s us, the people who created The Archaeology Channel at archaeologychannel.org), Heritage features more than 250 outstanding film titles from many countries on familiar subjects. As of December 5, 2022, new films include : “Chocolate: Pathway to the Gods”, and “Operation Lune: The Sun King's Secret Shipwreck”. Check out these and more, only on Heritage! https://www.heritagetac.org/ #archaeology #heritage #anthropology #TheArchaeologyChannel


Heritage Broadcasting Service Release- 11/15/22
By: The Archaeology Channel. Published: 01/11/2023

Heritage Broadcasting Service, or just plain Heritage, launched on January 1, 2021. Developed by the nonprofit Archaeological Legacy Institute (that’s us, the people who created The Archaeology Channel at archaeologychannel.org), Heritage features more than 250 outstanding film titles from many countries on familiar subjects. As of November 15, 2022, new films include : “Strata: Portraits of Humanity Season 9, Episode 02”, “William Waldren: The Alchemist's Footprint”, and “Operation Lune: The Sun King's Secret Shipwreck”. Check out these and more, only on Heritage! https://www.heritagetac.org/ #archaeology #heritage #anthropology #TheArchaeologyChannel


Strata: Portraits of Humanity, November 2022
By: The Archaeology Channel. Published: 11/09/2022

Season 9 Episode 2 Strata: Portraits of Humanity, November 2022 (Surveying an archaeological site; Indigenous drama in Brazil) ArchaeoDuck (Dr. Chloe Duckworth) students demonstrate how to use modern instruments to survey an archaeological site during excavation. In the world's first fictional Tukano-language film, when a wildcat miner invades a Tukano Indian village in the Brazilian Amazon, only an ancient shaman and three girls can defend their jungle and their future. Highlighting the importance of community, this film’s beautiful cinematography immerses you into the Amazon, as well as into the hearts of its people. Discover more cultural heritage topics at our website: http://archaeologychannel.org/strata Find us on Social Media! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheArchaeolo... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/archaeologychannel/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/4814340/ Twitter: http://bit.ly/194X1IA #heritage #anthropology #archaeology #strata


Heritage Broadcasting Service Release- 101722
By: The Archaeology Channel. Published: 10/13/2022

Heritage Broadcasting Service, or just plain Heritage, launched on January 1, 2021. Developed by the nonprofit Archaeological Legacy Institute (that’s us, the people who created The Archaeology Channel at archaeologychannel.org), Heritage features more than 200 outstanding film titles from many countries on familiar subjects. As of October 17, 2022, new films include : “Strata: Portraits of Humanity Season 9, Episode 01”, “Ancient History of Anatolia: Adventure of Neolithic from East to West”, and “Haenyeo”. Check out these and more, only on Heritage! https://www.heritagetac.org/ #archaeology #heritage #anthropology #TheArchaeologyChannel


Heritage Broadcasting Service Release- 100322
By: The Archaeology Channel. Published: 10/03/2022

Heritage Broadcasting Service, or just plain Heritage, launched on January 1, 2021. Developed by the nonprofit Archaeological Legacy Institute (that’s us, the people who created The Archaeology Channel at archaeologychannel.org), Heritage features more than 200 outstanding film titles from many countries on familiar subjects. As of October 3, 2022, new films include : “Roman Engineering: Mining, Exploiting Hidden Resources”, “ Roman Engineering: Roads, The Neural Network of the Empire”, and “The Cyprus Museum”. Check out these and more, only on Heritage! https://www.heritagetac.org/ #archaeology #heritage #anthropology


Strata: Portraits of Humanity, September 2022
By: The Archaeology Channel. Published: 09/15/2022

Season 8 Episode 12 Strata: Portraits of Humanity, September 2022 (A scientific and ethical commentary on the disposition of human remains exhumed from a construction site in Lyons, France) Emma Bouvard-Mor, an archaeo-anthropologist of Lyon, France, offers a commentary on the different possible destinations of the human remains she exhumes, based on sometimes conflicting scientific and ethical expectations. These remains are bones from a Revolutionary Period (late 1700s) church cemetery, which had been removed from their graves and placed in an ossuary pit during a previous phase of construction. Now they must be removed, and thus will become scientific data as well as traces of people who still demand respect. Discover more cultural heritage topics at our website: http://archaeologychannel.org/strata Find us on Social Media! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheArchaeolo... Tiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/@heritagetac LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/4814340/ Twitter: http://bit.ly/194X1IA


Robert Cargill's Youtube Channel

Top Ten Biblical Archaeology Discoveries of 2022 Presented by Marshalltown | Bible & Archaeology
By: XKV8R — Robert R. Cargill, PhD. Published: 01/09/2023

Dr. Robert Cargill, Assoc. Professor of Classics and Biblical Studies at the University of Iowa and Editor of Bible & Archaeology, counts down the top ten biblical archaeology discoveries of 2022 from the Mediterranean and southwestern Asia, presented by Marshalltown. For more about Bible & Archaeology, visit: http://www.uiowa.edu/bam To purchase Marshalltown Trowels, visit: https://marshalltown.com/cat-1260-archaeology


The Nativity Explained: The Three Kings? | Bible & Archaeology
By: XKV8R — Robert R. Cargill, PhD. Published: 12/30/2022

Part 4 of a series of videos exploring various aspects of the nativity and the birth of Jesus as depicted in the Bible's gospel accounts. Written by Jordan Jones and presented by Dr. Bob Cargill. For more, visit http://www.uiowa.edu/bam.


The Nativity Explained: The Visitors (Magi and Shepherds) | Bible & Archaeology
By: XKV8R — Robert R. Cargill, PhD. Published: 12/22/2022

Part 3 of a series of videos exploring various aspects of the nativity and the birth of Jesus as depicted in the Bible's gospel accounts. Written by Jordan Jones and presented by Dr. Bob Cargill. For more, visit http://www.uiowa.edu/bam.


The Nativity Explained: The Manger | Bible & Archaeology
By: XKV8R — Robert R. Cargill, PhD. Published: 12/16/2022

Part 2 of a series of videos exploring various aspects of the nativity and the birth of Jesus as depicted in the Bible's gospel accounts. Written by Jordan Jones and presented by Dr. Bob Cargill. For more, visit http://www.uiowa.edu/bam.


The Nativity Explained: The Inn | Bible & Archaeology
By: XKV8R — Robert R. Cargill, PhD. Published: 12/16/2022

Part 1 of a series of videos exploring various aspects of the nativity and the birth of Jesus as depicted in the Bible's gospel accounts. Written by Jordan Jones and presented by Dr. Bob Cargill. For more, visit http://www.uiowa.edu/bam.


Recording Archaeology Youtube Channel

Cemetery Side Quest: Understanding the ontologies of grave reopening in Early Medieval Europe...
By: Recording Archaeology. Published: 02/01/2023

Brian Costello (University of Leicester)


“The kingdom of Hyrule is a vast and storied land”: Repetition, difference and reiterative...
By: Recording Archaeology. Published: 01/31/2023

Mikel Herrán (University of Leicester)


Textual Landscapes? On the existence of Literary Landscapes and how to archaeologically approach...
By: Recording Archaeology. Published: 01/30/2023

Frederico Agosto (Independent Researcher) & Daniel Carvalho (UNIARQ, LAQU, FCT)


The Adventures of the Fearless Archaeologists - Crossing Walls in Portuguese Academia
By: Recording Archaeology. Published: 01/27/2023

Tânia Manuel Casimiro, Joel Santos, & Inês Almendra Castro (NOVA University of Lisbon)


Under Construction – Written Worlds, Landscapes, Places and Other Bits and Bobs
By: Recording Archaeology. Published: 01/26/2023

Inês Almendra Castro (NOVA University of Lisbon)


Romance in pieces or How literature can borrow from archaeological methods
By: Recording Archaeology. Published: 01/25/2023

Elizama Almeida (Museu da Literatura Brasileira)


We cannot see the past; Perception of the Past and Archaeology in Hodgson’s The Night Land
By: Recording Archaeology. Published: 01/24/2023

Rebecca Davies (Cultural Heritage Institute, The Royal Agricultural University)


Translated into ruin. Archaeo-literary layers of migration and displacement at Ephesos
By: Recording Archaeology. Published: 01/23/2023

Leticia R. Rodriguez (Trinity University) & Jason R. Vivrette (University of California, Berkeley)


Making precision agricultural and archaeological remote and near-surface sensing interoperable....
By: Recording Archaeology. Published: 12/30/2022

Eamonn Baldwin, Rachel Opitz, University of Glasgow; Stefano Campana, University of Siena; Philippe DeSmedt, Ghent University; Victorino Mayoral-Herrera, Merida Institute of Archaeology, CSIC Government of Extremadura; Carolina Perna, Daniele Sarri, Marco Vieri, University of Florence


Peatland restoration and the historic environment: building sectoral skills in grant-aided....
By: Recording Archaeology. Published: 12/29/2022

Tom Gardner, Historic Environment Scotland; Fiona Grant, Ian Halfpenney,CADW; Zoe Hazell, Historic England; Christine Hopwood-Lewis, Natural England; Kara Ward, Historic Environment Division, Department for Communities, Northern Ireland