Time Team America
TIME TEAM AMERICA is a new science/reality series that sends archaeologists on a race against time to excavate historic sites around the nation. The team has 72 hours to uncover the buried secrets of their assigned digs using the latest technology, decades of expertise and their own sharp wits.Visit Time Team America Website
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Was this 1,200-year-old village more than just a village?
Can Time Team America find the original site of Camp Lawton in just three days?
Time Team America explores what might be the largest bison kill site in North America.
The Time Team has just three days to unearth all they can about Josiah Henson.
Time Team travels to Utah to search for clues about the lives of the Fremont people.
Time Team searches for a school in the first town founded by free African Americans.
Time Team searches for evidence of North America's first human inhabitants.
Time Team travels to Roanoke Island in search of the first English settlement in America.
Get a glimpse inside the largest known pit house on the Dillard site 1400 years ago.
With a name like Dr. Otter, it’s no wonder this Zooarchaeologist loves fish bones.
Indigenous Archaeologist Marky Weahkee is an expert at reproducing ancient technology.
Tracy Murphy discusses the Dolores Archaeological Project and the Anasazi Heritage Center.
Archaeologist Lauren O’Shea demonstrates how ancient bone can be broken down into DNA.
Adrien Hannus describes Folsom people's hunting strategy and the innovation of the Atlatl.
Bryan Haley uses ground penetrating radar to reveal features underground without digging.
Ian Thompson demonstrates flintknapping and explains why it's an indigenous art form.
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