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Adventures of a Maritime Archaeologist: Ocean Time Capsules
Adventures of a Maritime Archaeologist: Sanctuaries--The Underwater Museum
Adventures of a Maritime Archaeologist: What Is Maritime Archaeology?
Ancient Discoveries: Siege of Troy
Archaeo-Tech: Radiocarbon Dating
Ask a Scientist About Mummies
Cave Painting: La Pintada Cave (Spanish)
Cave Painting: Large Mural Painting (Spanish)
Cave Painting: San Borjitas and Piedras Pintas (Spanish)
Excavating With Digital Archaeology
In the Eyes of the Pharaohs
It's Okay to Be Smart: This Face TOTALLY Changes the Human Story
Meet the Ologist: David Hurts Thomas
Minoans: Public Peace And Ritual Violence
Museum Access: Terra Cotta Warriors Exhibition
Out of the Past: Artisans and Traders
Out of the Past: Collapse
Out of the Past: New Worlds
Out of the Past: Power, Prestige, and Wealth
Out of the Past: Realms
Out of the Past: Signs and Symbols
Out of the Past: The Hearth
Out of the Past: The Spirit World
Pirates of the Carolinas: Lost Shipwrecks (Episode 8)
Rediscovering the Ironclad
Science Nation: If These Teeth Could Talk
Secrets of Jamestown
Shelf Life Episode 1: 33 Million Things
Social Studies Video Vocab: Archeology
Social Studies Video Vocab: Archeology (Spanish)
The Brain Scoop: Can Peace be Purchased?
The Brain Scoop: Mummy Brains
The Ironclad Endures
The Magic School Bus Shows and Tells
The Magic School Bus the Busasaurus
The Titanic Wrecksite
Underwater Archeology: Excavating the Wacissa River
Who Built the Pyramids?
Wild Chronicles: Dinosaur Fossils in the Gobi Desert
Wild Chronicles: Dinosaur Mummy
Wild Chronicles: Early Human Fossils in Palau
Wild Chronicles: George Washington's Boyhood Home
Wild Chronicles: John F. Kennedy and PT 109
Wild Chronicles: Pyramids in Peru
Wild Chronicles: Wakulla Springs, Florida
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