Urban Archaeology (#102)
By uncovering a 7,000 year old settlement, finding Iowa’s oldest human remains - and also the state’s best-preserved village - Iowa scientists are learning new details about pre-historic Midwestern living. State Archaeologists share their findings and teach us about uncovering history under our streets and along our riverbanks on this Café Scientifique. [58 minutes]
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