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A study of bodies preserved by unusual means, such as through mummification or the nature of European bogs.
Season 2, Episode 13
October 19, 2006
Recalling a 1988 archaeological excavation of an ancient Roman settlement in Holland in which the graves of infants where found. Included: studies to determine how the infants died.
Season 2, Episode 11
September 28, 2006
Examining the research of archaeologist Judy Voelker in Thailand to unravel mysteries surrounding the discovery of graves containing the bodies of two adults and a child.
Season 2, Episode 1
September 7, 2006
Examining the Tollund Man of Denmark, a perfectly preserved 2000-year-old peat-bog body.
Season 2, Episode 9
May 3, 2006
A human skeleton, sans an arm, is discovered during an excavation in L'Anse au Loup, Canada. Dr. Sonja Jerkic, an osteologist, and conservator Cathy Mathias from the Archaeology Unit of the Memorial University of Newfoundland discuss the find.
Season 2, Episode 10
May 2, 2006
An Iron Age chariot is discovered in West Yorkshire, UK, along with a skeleton. Archaeologist Miranda Aldhouse-Green discusses the find.
Season 2, Episode 8
April 28, 2006
Griswold, Conn., is visited for a look at a site where 29 bodies were discovered. State archaeologist Nick Bellantoni provides insight.
Season 2, Episode 7
April 27, 2006
Bronze Age burial sites are discovered in Ban Non Wat in northeastern Thailand. Archaeologist Charles Higham provides commentary.
Season 2, Episode 12
April 26, 2006
Examining Neanderthal remains discovered in a cave in Krapina-Zagorje County, Croatia. Archaeologists Jakov Radovcic and Jill Cook provide insight.
Season 2, Episode 6
April 24, 2006
A St. Albans, U.K., find from Roman times suggests the work of a cult. Archaeologist Miranda Aldhouse-Green provides insight.
Season 2, Episode 5
April 21, 2006
Archaeologists discover four skeletons in Suffolk, U.K. Archaeologist Martin Brown on why foul play may have been involved in their deaths.
Season 2, Episode 4
April 20, 2006
The discovery of a mummy in Lemon Grove, Cal., prompts an investigation. Physical anthropologist Rose Tyson provides insight.
Season 2, Episode 3
April 19, 2006
A deformed skull is discovered at a 15th century archaeology site in Rochester, U.K. Archaeologist Lucinda Reeves provides commentary.
Season 2, Episode 2
April 18, 2006
Hungarian mummies and their possible link to an ancient form of tuberculosis is examined. Commentary by London-based surgeon Mark Spigelman and anthropologist Ildiko Pap.
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