blowgunner-vase-smallLostWorldsGAdvdMCPpt1KatunPredictionsThe low doorway into the Ocmulgee earth lodge, a “mound with a central chamber.” (Photo © 2004, Gary C. Daniels)400px-Fireworks_on_Canada_DAYMayan Venus glyphs. Notice the jaguar glyph in the center of second row.

Did Mayan Astronomers Create the Forsyth Petroglyph?

Lost Worlds: Georgia DVD reveals ancient civilizations of the Southeast

New Release: Mayan Calendar Prophecies | Part 1: Predictions for 2012 and Beyond

Archaeoastronomy of the Ocmulgee Earth Lodge

Evidence of Fireworks in Ancient America?

Mayan Glyphs on Georgia, Florida Pottery?

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Did Mayan Astronomers Create the Forsyth Petroglyph?

blowgunner-vase-smallDoes the Forsyth Petroglyph record the same astronomical event recorded in Temple XIX at Palenque and also depicted on the Mayan Blowgunner Vase? Abstract: The

Lost Worlds: Georgia DVD reveals ancient civilizations of the Southeast

LostWorldsGAdvdThe Lost Worlds: Georgia DVD takes you back through 4,000 years of Georgia history & archaeology on a tour through the state’s most important Native A

New Release: Mayan Calendar Prophecies | Part 1: Predictions for 2012 and Beyond

MCPpt1KatunPredictionsMayan Calendar Prophecies | Part 1: Predictions for 2012 and Beyond is the first part of a four-part series exploring the ancient Maya and their prophecies, pre

Archaeoastronomy of the Ocmulgee Earth Lodge

The low doorway into the Ocmulgee earth lodge, a “mound with a central chamber.” (Photo © 2004, Gary C. Daniels)Was the Ocmulgee earth lodge an astronomical observatory and sophisticated scientific apparatus designed to forewarn its designers of impending catastrophe comi
  • Cahokia a Melting Pot of Immigrants

    This small clay vessel was made in eastern Oklahoma but found at Cahokia.  In the past it was interpreted as a trade item, but now it seems more likely it was brought by an immigrant who moved to Cahokia in the 12th century. | Photo by L. Brian StaufferTraditional anthropologists have argued, based on no evidence other than their own beliefs, that the giant Native American metropolis of Cahokia was the result
  • Evidence of Foreign Invasion of Georgia in 1100 AD?

    Model of Rood's Creek Indian Mounds in Kirby Interpretative Center.Why was a fortified town built on the lower Chattahoochee River in southwest Georgia around 1100 AD? Known as the Cool Branch Site by archaeologists, it was the
  • Florida Ice Age Site with Early Human Remains to be Excavated

    A woolly mammoth reconstruction in the Royal BC Museum, CanadaFlying Puffin, Wikimedia.orgExcavation of one of the most important Ice Age sites in North America – the Old Vero Man site in Vero Beach, Fla. – is expected to begin in January 2014, t
  • Tennessee Valley Art Center

    The Martin PetroglyphProvides rotating exhibits of the visual arts. Permanent exhibit of aboriginal art (petroglyph). The centerpiece of the art center’s Native American exhib
  • Museum of Mobile

    old_ways_new_days_pic_1Old Ways New Days Part I This exhibit takes you back in time to Mobile’s first inhabitants, the Native Americans. As you embark on your journey back to the pr
  • Guntersville Museum

    native_americansThe museum  houses a fine permanent collection including: The TVA Room – which traces the conception and construction of the Guntersville Dam and its bri

Native American Archaeology News

This small clay vessel was made in eastern Oklahoma but found at Cahokia.  In the past it was interpreted as a trade item, but now it seems more likely it was brought by an immigrant who moved to Cahokia in the 12th century. | Photo by L. Brian Stauffer

Cahokia a Melting Pot of Immigrants

Traditional anthropologists have argued, based on no evidence other than their own beliefs, that the giant Native American metropolis of Cahokia was the result of ‘in situ Full Story »

Mesoamerican Archaeology News

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Review: Palenque- Eternal City of the Maya

There is no better, more thorough history of the Mayan site of Palenque than George and David Stuart’s Palenque: Eternal City of the Maya. The Stuart’s, both experts on Full Story »

South American Archaeology News

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Polynesian DNA Found in Ancient Native American Bones

More evidence that ancient people were better seafarers than mainstream academics have given them credit for. The latest study shows Polynesian DNA found among tribes in Brazil. Wh Full Story »

Caribbean Archaeology News

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Mounting Evidence of Maya-Taino Connection

Evidence continues to grow that the Maya seafarers did not just control coastal trade routes in Mexico and Central America but ventured further afield including the islands of the Full Story »