Popular Archaeology Spring 2017 Issue Released


Popular Archaeology is pleased to announce the release of the Spring 2017 issue of its online magazine. In this new issue, readers will enjoy the following major feature articles:


1. Laetoli: The Unfolding Story (Premium Article)

Recent 3.66-million-year-old footprint finds at the iconic hominin site of Laetoli may be changing what we know about an ancient human ancestor.


2. Bluefish Caves: The Oldest Known First Americans (Premium Article)

New findings push back the clock on the first peopling of the Americas by a whopping margin.


3. Before Clovis: The Discovery at Page-Ladson (Premium Article)

A site in Florida reveals compelling evidence of a human presence more than 14,500 years ago.


4. The Great Human Odyssey (Public)

Popular Archaeology’s Video Pick: The latest NOVA documentary about the evolutionary journey of modern humans in and out of Africa. (Full Length Feature Presentation)


5. Lost and Found: The Mycenaean Palace of Laconia (Public)

Archaeologists and conservationists are now unearthing and preserving a Mycenaean palace in the region where ancient Sparta once reigned supreme.  


6. The Battle-Axe Culture (Premium Article)

Who were the Indo-Europeans? Studies shed light on one of archeology’s greatest mysteries.


It is our tradition to produce and disseminate in-depth treatments on recent, compelling archaeological stories and discoveries worldwide, drawing from the scientific reports and interviews with the scientists and integrating it all into readable fashion for interested subscribers and the public alike.  We hope you will enjoy the content of the Spring 2017 issue


Your partner in archaeology,

Dan McLerran


Popular Archaeology Magazine