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In the final episode of season 2, learn about the violent history and politically charged present of the Jews’ most important artifact. Episode links: https://www.baslibrary.org/biblical-archaeology-review/37/2/7 ; https://www.biblicalarchaeology.org/daily/biblical-sites-places/temple-at-jerusalem/the-temple-mount-in-the-herodian-period/…
 
Nazareth doesn’t get a lot of ink in the Bible, but it has a long history. It was a 1st-century Jewish “puritan” city, has attracted Christian pilgrims since 360, and is the largest Muslim city inside Israel today. Episode links: https://madainproject.com/sisters_of_nazareth_archaeological_site; https://www.nazarethvillage.com/about/research-and-ar…
 
Wine was discovered almost 8,000 years ago in Turkey and has been cultivated in and around Israel ever since. Learn how it was used in ancient society and how it relates to biblical narratives. Episode links: https://www.biblicalarchaeology.org/daily/digs-2015/excavating-the-ancient-near-easts-oldest-wine-cellar-the-results-of-the-2015-season-at-te…
 
This bonus episode will tell you all you want to know about the newly revealed scroll fragments, mummified child, and Neolithic basket from Qumran’s so-called Cave of Horror. Episode links: https://www.timesofisrael.com/bible-scroll-fragments-among-dazzling-artifacts-found-in-dead-sea-cave-of-horror/…
 
Written by rebels, ransomed by thieves, and hoarded by scholars. Hear the stories of the creation, discovery, and publication of the famous Dead Sea Scrolls. Episode links: https://www.deadseascrolls.org.il/learn-about-the-scrolls/introduction https://www.baslibrary.org/biblical-archaeology-review/44/2/3…
 
Explore Masada, the winter palace of Herod the Great, king of Judaea in the 1st century BCE. Learn the background of his biographer, Josephus--who was more Roman propagandist than Jewish sentimentalist. Episode links: https://www.parks.org.il/en/reserve-park/masada-national-park/
 
My first returning guest! Don't worry though if you haven't heard the first one I've followed Stan Lee's advice and recorded this so even new listeners can jump on-board. It's been such an interesting year with a seemingly endless number of things to preoccupy the mind, but for me the rise of pseudoscience and conspiracy theories is a trend worth w…
 
It's time to answer your questions! I'm joined by Laura and we are up against the clock/sleeping baby. We talk pyramids, what makes a civilisation and Stonehenge. https://ko-fi.com/paulduncanmcgarrity Twitter @Askanarch IG @PeeDeeMcGee Music provided by From the AshesPaul Duncan McGarrity
 
A slightly different interview this time as I talk to Steve White and focus in on one particular site- The Red Lion playhouse. Oh, also this guy knows how to rock hard. Music by From the Ashes Ko-fi https://ko-fi.com/paulduncanmcgarrityPaul Duncan McGarrity
 
This month I talk to Rosie Everett about her work on @LostFrontiers @wetfuture and @Viral_Archive We cover ancient ecology, Doggerland and are only slightly interrupted by a loud child. Music by From the Ashes Twitter: @Askanarch @PaulDuncanMcG IG: @Peedeemcgee Ko-fi: https://ko-fi.com/paulduncanmcgarrity…
 
A cracking interview with the host of the Archaeoduck youtube channel, Dr Chloe Duckworth We discuss experimental archaeology, conspiracy theorists comments and fire. Archaeoduck Youtube- https://www.youtube.com/archaeoduck Twitter- @Archaeoduck Talking Walls https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zoxWkeF-TcI Ko-fi https://ko-fi.com/paulduncanmcgarrity…
 
Here we go again- an absolutely fantastic chat with Eimear Duffy of the Motherfocloir podcast If you'd like to help support the podcast by tipping me the cost of a coffee you can do it here https://ko-fi.com/paulduncanmcgarrity Twitter @Askanarch @PaulDuncanMcG IG @PeeDeeMcGee Music by From the Ashes…
 
Hello Everyone We are back and ready to rock with a new season This episode I'm talking to planning and gaming archaeologist Florence Smith Nicholls Here is a link to the article mentioned in the interview It's good to be back https://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2019-07-07-exploring-the-afterlife-of-historical-sites-in-video-games Alabama, Arkansas …
 
Season 4 of Ask an Archaeologist is coming in January (We had a boy if you were wondering) As a special stop gap here is episode 1 of my new podcast Under London's Ground - where archaeologists chat facts about the city they work in and love Instagram- @underlondonsground Twitter- @Londonsunder underlondonsground.squarespace.com Music provided by B…
 
The internet was clearly overwhelmed by cricket today and had no room for my chat with Rachael Hall, but we did manage this quick promo for Ask an Archaeologist Day on Wednesday 17th July Normal service will return Music by from the Ashes Billy BraggPaul McGarrity
 
Hello again everyone, here is another one. Talking to Sarah Hayes of the Coffin Works about Museums, social media and twin etiquette. music by From the Ashes If you ever have to go to Shoeburyness take the A road, the okay road that's the best. Go motorin' on the A13Paul McGarrity
 
This episode I'm chatting to Karen (KC) Martin-Stone, Australian archaeologist and comedian. We discuss her unusual route into archaeology, working in some of the most remote parts of Australia and creating comedy around archaeology music as always by From the Ashes I'm bound to follow my conscience and do whatever I can…
 
Ancient gates weren't just hinged pickets as we may imagine when we read Scripture today. They were buildings unto themselves, where some of the most important city activities happened every day. Episode links: https://www.baslibrary.org/biblical-archaeology-review/14/2/3 https://www.baslibrary.org/biblical-archaeology-review/9/4/2…
 
Hello all A rather echoing recording today, sorry about that, but it's worth a listen as I finally managed to pin down Nat Cohen- someone who was once described to me as the 'lady with the cathedrals' Music by From the Ashes still waiting for the great leap forwardsPaul McGarrity
 
Learn how some temples built in other regions of the Levant can help us understand the Bible's descriptions of Solomon's temple. Episode links: https://www.baslibrary.org/biblical-archaeology-review/26/3/1 https://www.biblicalarchaeology.org/daily/news/special-report-current-status-tell-ain-dara-temple/…
 
For decades, many archaeologists doubted the historical existence of David and Solomon. Listen and learn what evidence proves them wrong! Episode links: https://www.biblicalarchaeology.org/daily/biblical-artifacts/the-tel-dan-inscription-the-first-historical-evidence-of-the-king-david-bible-story/
 
When you read about the golden calf the Israelites made in Exodus, do you envision Cecil B. DeMille's glossy statue from The Ten Commandments? Find out how this traditional Easter film got most of the details wrong. Episode links: https://www.baslibrary.org/biblical-archaeology-review/17/2/4
 
Heads up everyone, it had to come sometime, I'm finally discussing the potential impact of Brexit on the UK Archaeology scene. Joining me on this politically charged chat (as well as many other topics) is Dr Andrew Gardner, a senior lecturer at the Institute of Archaeology. Music by From the Ashes @AskanArch on twitter Then raise the scarlet standa…
 
Hello- I'm joined again by Laura to answer some of the questions posed to @Askanarch Lots of interesting stuff including embarrassingly small dinosaurs, accessibility in archaeology and meteors. Music by From the Ashes A girl took down a book of poems Not to say which book of poemsPaul McGarrity
 
Any interview with Jill of all trades Amy Atkins- If you are looking at starting a career in commercial archaeology this one has a few interesting tips that might be worth knowing for when you apply Music by From the Ashes If you are falling, I'll put out my hands If you feel bitter, I will understand…
 
Hello all- back once again like a renegade master. This interview is with Iszi Lawrence, the co-presenter of Radio 4's Making History.Hope you enjoy it- particularly the robotic sounds of a skype call :) Music by From the Ashes Twitter @AskanArch "all they taught you at school was how to be a good worker / The system has failed you, don't fail your…
 
Hello everyone and Happy 2019! I'm talking to conservator Lucie Altenburg this episode, so it's all about stick this together, learning from objects and ... cosplay? Music is by From the Ashes Youtube video on The Archaeology of Dr Who https://youtu.be/F8jEOPAtdww I was a railwayman, Between the Wars…
 
Hello everyone This one's a beaut- Dr Brenna Hassett and I cover everything from starting out in America, to the use of lasers and on to the work of Trowel Blazers music by From the Ashes Image by Steve Cross Way over yonder in the minor keyPaul McGarrity
 
Dr Sadie Watson Project Officer extraordinaire- we cover everything from Urban archaeology to inspiring the next generation @AskanArch for any question Music by From the Ashes There is power in a factory, power in the land...Paul McGarrity
 
I'm joined by Liz Knox as we tackle the future of Archaeology, opportunities for younger people and the UK possibly pulling out of UNESCO- so you know a light and fluffy episode :) I'm just waiting for the great leap forwardPaul McGarrity
 
Archaeologist and broadcaster who loves dinosaurs Raksha Dave. A lovely interview covering her time on Time Team, diversity in archaeology and a host of other things Follow her @Raksha_Digs, it's well worth it Music is by From the Ashes contact me via @Askanarch 18th November 2018- 2NorthDown for A Practical guide to Attacking Castles I don't want …
 
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