Naked Archaeology

17 October 2011

We're back! And this month we start by taking a tour of& the terribly glamorous ditches& in East Anglia....

15 July 2011

This month we return to some of the moist enjoyable archaeological interviews recorded this year. There's...

17 June 2011

This month: how a neat piece of statistical analysis has led to the construction of a prehistoric history; how...

17 May 2011

This month: the most recent Neanderthals in the Caucasus, the science of ceramic petrology, the truth about 'The...

17 April 2011

Re-creating the experiments carried out by Barnes Wallis on the bouncing bomb; we discuss the Texan pre-Clovis finds;...

17 March 2011

This month: Aegean warriors in art; the most genetically diverse people in the world; prehistoric Californian seafarers...

17 February 2011

This month: current events in Egypt affecting ancient artefacts; Britons fashioning cups from skulls; Games played in...

17 January 2011

This month's divested archaeology consists of the mitochondrial DNA of Europe's first farmers; how to...

17 October 2010

We make our way to some of the least accessible bits of heritage this month: Naked Scientist Laura Soul treks to Machu...

17 September 2010

This month we explore the dramatic burial of an El Zotz Maya king; he was seemingly interred with the remains of six...

17 August 2010

What did the Romans eat at their feasts? What came out the other end afterwards? This month we explore the toilets of...

17 July 2010

Human remains are our main topic of interest in this month's Naked Archaeology. Diana and Duncan explore the...

17 June 2010

The diminutive, one-time inhabitants of Flores are probably the most famous early humans from this area of the world...

17 May 2010

This month on Naked Archaeology: when and how did the first humans make it to Australia? We unearth the evidence from...

17 April 2010

This month on Naked Archaeology: the discovery of a possible link between genus Homo and Australopithecus - Aus. sediba...

17 March 2010

How is it that the first farms, cities and writing all originated in Mesopotamia, now Iraq? We explore the so-called...

17 February 2010

This month we divest the darker world of black market archaeology. We find out how illicit antiquities can be tracked...

17 January 2010

Neanderthals wore make-up too! We explore the cosmetics worn by early humans and Egyptians. Naked Archaeology this...

17 December 2009

This month in divested archaeology we cover the sites that just happened to turn up in the legends of Homer. We find...

17 November 2009

This month's edition of Naked Archaeology hails from Poseidon's Realm: we find out how synchrotrons can help...

17 October 2009

This month has seen an archaeological spoil heap the size of Nero's party leftovers. And it's been quite a...

17 September 2009

We find out how the Romans got to grips with building a 73.5 mile-long wall, why humans were bejewelled 82,000 years...

17 August 2009

Sometimes archaeologists know there's a site worth digging but don't quite know where to find it! We join the...