Time Team America

  • 2009
  • TV Show
  • TV-G

An archaeological team's three-day digs at specific locales are chronicled.

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Time Team America Trailer
02:58 — TIME TEAM AMERICA plunges the viewer into the grime and glory of real-life archaeology: epiphany and exhaustion, discovery and disappointment. The tea (more…)
Time Team America Season 1
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Time Team America Season 2
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Time Team America Season 2
From PBS - TIME TEAM AMERICA plunges the viewer into the grime and glory of real-life archaeology: epiphany and exhaustion, discovery and disappointme (more…)
Ancient Technology
02:24 — Indigenous Archaeologist Marky Weahkee is an expert at reproducing ancient technology. From flintknapping and weaving yucca cordage to knowing the ben (more…)
The Future of Range Creek
01:37 — Site Director Duncan Metcalfe believes that Range Creek can be a valuable resource for preserving wildlife, studying geology and learning about our pa (more…)
Academic and CRM Archaeology
01:51 — Julie, Joe and Chelsea describe some of the differences between academic archaeology and cultural resource management.
Iron Conservation
02:23 — Students suit up in goggles and gloves when PhD candidate Heather Law Pezzarossi brings them rusty old nails to practice conserving. These artifacts a (more…)
Miserable Weather for Archaeology
03:32 — Rain was a constant problem during Time Team's New Philadelphia dig. See how the team coped with the adverse conditions and made the best of it.
Preserving a Precious Resource
01:42 — Archaeologist Mike Fosha explains how the Time Team dig is helping to preserve Fort James for future research.
Hutterite Kids Lend a Hand
02:26 — Many of the locals joined in to help out at the Fort James dig, including children from the local Hutterite community.
Resistivity
01:05 — Meg explains the basic principals of Resistivity and how it helps identify features in the ground by measuring the flow of electrical currents.
Flintknapping
02:22 — Ian Thompson, Tribal Historic Preservation Officer for the Choctaw nation of Oklahoma, is an experienced flintknapper. He describes the practice as an (more…)
Bones to DNA
01:16 — Archaeologist Lauren O Shea studies ancient bison DNA. She demonstrates in the lab how a chunk of bone can be broken down into DNA for analysis. DNA t (more…)
Anasazi Heritage Center & The Dolores Archaeological Project
02:53 — The Anasazi Heritage Center is a curation facility displaying ancestral puebloan culture and history in the four corners region of the Southwest. The (more…)
Lost Colony Drama
01:44 — Since 1937, the play 'Lost Colony' has been performed every summer at Fort Raleigh Park featuring world class acting, costumes and staging.
Ceramic Design
02:41 — Milford Nahohai is a third generation potter in Zuni Pueblo, New Mexico. His mother taught him the tradition, and now his pottery is world renowned. F (more…)
Zooarchaeology
02:36 — With a name like Dr. Otter, it s no wonder that this Zooarchaeologist loves fish bones. Edward likes all animal bones really, but fish are his favorit (more…)
Meet Adrien Hannus
01:24 — Adrien explains why the northern plains of the Dakotas are prime for archaeologists.
Mystery of the Cooper Skull
04:07 — Dr. Lee Bement recounts the mysterious story behind unearthing the Cooper Skull in 1994 - the oldest painted object in North America.
New Philadelphia, Illinois
54:14 — Beneath farmlands in Western Illinois lie the remains of New Philadelphia, the first American town founded by a free African American prior to the Civ (more…)
Time Team Special Edition - Preview
00:30 — Accompany a team of archaeologists on an expedition to Jamestown and to Windsor Castle and Buckingham Palace. 6/5/2012
Jeff Brown, Excavator
02:49 — Jeff Brown resides as a tribal member and councilman on the Pamunkey Indian Reservation in King William, VA. He entered into archaeology to help prote (more…)
Intro to Geophysics
01:28 — Meg explains the basics of geophysics and how it can help archaeologists see underground without digging. This non-invasive type of archaeology leaves (more…)
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  • Premiered: July 8, 2009
  • Rating: TV-G
  • Premise: An archaeological team's three-day digs at specific locales are chronicled. (more)

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