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Like history, but don’t like the same old boring history shows? Well, this podcast may have you covered. Hosts Raquel and Belle, two archaeologists from Australia, talk all things weird in history over many, many wines… sometimes too many wines. Not taking themselves too seriously, each episode explores a different topic as the pair share weird stories from times past. Who knows, you may even walk away knowing something new…
 
This is the podcast where we explore artifacts, locations, and ideas from Ancient Aliens and similar theories. Our goal is to see if they have really found anything that indicates that today's science is wrong and that there are signs that aliens have helped shape our history . In each episode I will go through what is right or wrong and more important, how we know what we know. Join us on an exciting journey among archaeologists and UFOs! I do not think you will be disappointed
 
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Welcome to Archaeologists Behaving Badly. We are Belle and Raquel, two archaeologists from Melbourne, Australia, who like to drink wine and talk about old stuff. In this episode, we have a chat about the most insane heretics and heretic groups in history, Galileo, Arianism and Free Spirits... plus more!…
 
Welcome to Archaeologists Behaving Badly. We are Belle and Raquel, two archaeologists from Melbourne, Australia, who like to drink wine and talk about old stuff. In this episode, we have a chat about how little Raquel knows about her own heritage, the Indus Valley Civilization, the trade of pepper, and how awesome the ancient universities were in I…
 
Egypt's interaction with Israel isn't limited to the biblical and classical periods of history. The two nations have continued to be intertwined in recent history and modern politics. Listen to this last full episode of Season 3 to learn how Egypt transitioned from Christianity to Islam, and how Arab politics continue to impact the State of Israel.…
 
Welcome to Archaeologists Behaving Badly. We are Belle and Raquel, two archaeologists from Melbourne, Australia, who like to drink wine and talk about old stuff. In this episode we talk about the cruel escapades of some of history's most brutal rulers; Vlad the Impaler, Phalaris, Timur the Lame and Caligula.…
 
Welcome to Archaeologists Behaving Badly. We are Belle and Raquel, two archaeologists from Melbourne, Australia who like to drink wine and chat about old stuff. In this episode, we chat about some of the great fakes and frauds in the archaeological world; Heinrich Schliemann and the Persian Princess Mummy.…
 
Welcome to Archaeologists Behaving Badly. We are Belle and Raquel, two archaeologists from Melbourne, Australia, who like to drink wine and talk about old stuff. In this episode, we talk about the origins of ghost stories and Halloween, curses, mummies and one of our favourite monsters; the Werewolf. We also talk about a few of our own experiences.…
 
Herod the Great may have pushed Joseph, Mary, and Jesus into exile in Egypt, but tradition says it was Mark the Evangelist who brought Christianity to the nation. Learn how Egypt moved from worshipping gods to worshipping God during the final centuries of the Roman Empire. Episode links: To order signed copies of Amanda's books, visit https://amand…
 
The entrance of Alexander the Great into Egypt was not the "liberation" the native Egyptians expected. The conqueror and his successors, the Ptolemies, Hellenized Egypt's culture, people, and government. Episode links: For help making your podcast sound as good as this one, contact Nicholas Allaire at nicholasjallaire@gmail.com…
 
During the Third Intermediate Period, when Egypt's imperial power was waning, Israel’s tribes were unifying under kings Saul, David, and Solomon. Although Egypt doesn’t mention Israel in its records from this time period, Israel mentions Egypt and some pharaohs several times. Episode links: Archaeology of Gezer: https://www.haaretz.com/archaeology/…
 
The writings and images on Egypt's Medinet Habu are about a group of marauding invaders whom scholars have called the “Sea Peoples” since the end of the 19th century. These were 9 distinct groups of people from the western and eastern Mediterranean, the Aegean, and maybe even Cyprus. They were fierce warriors who were responsible for bringing the L…
 
In this episode, we’ll consider the events of the Exodus: When might Moses fit in Egyptian history? What may (or may not!) have "caused" the plagues? And why do charlatans keep claiming to find Pharaoh’s army at the bottom of the Red Sea? Episode links: Learn about the Red Sea / Reed Sea at https://redhairedarchaeologist.com/the-red-sea-of-reeds/ T…
 
Learn about the reign of Akhenaten, the monotheistic pharaoh, and how his unusual life changed Egyptian society.Episode links: https://daw.philhist.unibas.ch/de/news/details/nachruf-prof-erik-hornung/https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/researchers-used-facial-reconstruction-technology-reveal-king-tuts-fathers-face-180977349/https://www.baslib…
 
During the Second Intermediate Period, Egypt was ruled by foreign "shepherd kings" who were not beloved by the Egyptian people. Could the Hyksos have been the descendants of Jacob? Episode links: https://redhairedarchaeologist.com/speaking For help making your podcast sounds as good as this one, contact Nicholas Allaire at nicholasjallaire@gmail.co…
 
Encounter "Egypt" in its first two instances in the Bible--as a person and as a country. You'll learn about some of the challenges translators face when working with Scripture, think about Abram's strange interaction with an unnamed pharaoh, and consider when the events of Genesis 12 may have occurred. Episode links: https://redhairedarchaeologist.…
 
Next to a small village in Bosnia there is what some believe is the world's oldest and largest pyramid. Sitting there forgotten for millennials until one man discovered them again. Or did he? Our host Fredrik continues the mission to discover what is genuine, fake, and somewhere in between on the TV-show Ancient Aliens. But in this episode we’re go…
 
Get caught up with Amanda Hope Haley, and learn what is ahead for The Red-Haired Archaeologist Podcast! In season 3, we will be discovering one of Israel's closest neighbors and biggest rivals, Egypt, and exploring the places where Egyptology and biblical archaeology intersect. Episode links: https://redhairedarchaeologist.com/tours/…
 
"1899, somewhere in the Memphis Necropolis close to Saqqara, Egypt, a few workmen were digging. They were excavating a Mastaba, covered by the desert sand. After a while one of the workmen noticed something, a sealed entrance to the tomb." In this episode we will cover an artefact that some claim are proof that a wooden statue is evidence of ancien…
 
This is the podcast where we explore artefacts, locations, and ideas from Ancient Aliens and similar theories. Our goal is to see if they have really found anything that indicates that today's science is wrong and that there are signs that aliens have helped shape our history. In each episode I will go through what is right or wrong and more import…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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