A 15-inch-long prehistoric bone fragment found near Vero Beach, Florida contains a crude engraving of a mammoth or mastodon onRead more
Bill Green has supervised exploration of more than 250 potentially historic sites around the Southeast. And he knew the groupRead more
“We Walk in Two Worlds” at the Historic Arkansas Museum in Little Rock, Arkansas tells the story of Arkansas’s first people, theRead more
Some 1,700 years ago, the people who live in what is known officially as archaeological site “13LA582” west of Oakville,Read more
The recent excavation of a prehistoric American Indian burial site on Ossabaw Island revealed cremated remains, an unexpected find thatRead more
Academic dogma asserted that early eyewitness accounts of large numbers of towns and villages in the Amazon were simply flightsRead more
“ A lot of people don’t realize these amazing sites are basically in their backyard. They think you have toRead more
Turtle Mound in Florida which is a massive oyster-shell midden is being re-investigated. Archaeologists have found 1,200 year old pottery and otherRead more
Ray Reser, director of the Central Wisconsin Archaeology Center at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, described the object as a copper “celt,” a type of ax blade with no perforations or grooves. He said the celt was probably a functioning tool. The piece probably dates from 3,000 to 5,000 years ago.Read more
During a remote-sensing survey of the Fort Ancient Earthworks in 2005,
Jarrod Burks of Ohio Valley Archaeological Consultants discovered a
circular pattern in the soil that stretched nearly 200 feet in diameter.
Fort Ancient is a massive earthwork in Warren County that was built morethan 2,000 years ago by the Hopewell culture.