Preview season two of Time Team America.
02:59 | Preview
Get a glimpse inside the largest known pit house on the Dillard site 1400 years ago.
00:27 | Clip
With a name like Dr. Otter, it's no wonder this Zooarchaeologist loves fish bones.
02:36 | Clip
Indigenous Archaeologist Marky Weahkee is an expert at reproducing ancient technology.
02:24 | Clip
Tracy Murphy discusses the Dolores Archaeological Project and the Anasazi Heritage Center.
02:53 | Clip
Archaeologist Lauren O'Shea demonstrates how ancient bone can be broken down into DNA.
01:16 | Clip
Adrien Hannus describes Folsom people's hunting strategy and the innovation of the Atlatl.
02:33 | Clip
Bryan Haley uses ground penetrating radar to reveal features underground without digging.
03:02 | Clip
Ian Thompson demonstrates flintknapping and explains why it's an indigenous art form.
02:22 | Clip
Dr. Lee Bement recounts the mysterious story behind unearthing the Cooper Skull in 1994.
04:07 | Clip
Greg McKee explains why plants provide valuable information about people.
03:08 | Clip
Milford Nahohai is a third generation potter who creates traditional Zuni pottery.
02:41 | Clip
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