July 17th: Unveiling the Aztec’s Fascination: The Mysteries of the Toltec

Did you know that the ancient Aztecs had an enduring fascination with the Toltec civilization? Today, we will unveil the mysteries behind this obsession.

The Toltecs were renowned as skilled craftsmen, brilliant architects, and powerful warriors. Their influence spanned Read more

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June 19th: The oldest human-made structures in the Americas: Louisiana State University’s mounds

In this exciting video, we delve into the history of the Americas to explore the ancient treasures found at Louisiana State University’s Mounds. With some of the oldest man-made structures on the continent, these mounds serve as a fascinating Read more

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May 29th: Unspoiled by the Spanish: History of Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu is an amazing site, showing some of the best preserved Inca architecture. This is spotlighted as one of the modern world wonders, and one of my own New World Wonders. This is due to the rich history Read more

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May 15th: What happened to the Mesa Verde Cliff Dwellings?

This week, we are exploring the beauty of Colorado; for this new world wonder, to focus on Mesa Verde and their expansive Cliff Dwellings. These were home to the Ancestral Pueblo; which was home to some of the most Read more

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May 8th: Did the Moai cause collapse of Easter Island population?

This week’s wonder takes us to Rapa Nui, or as it’s more commonly known, Easter Island. One of the highlights that makes this a wonder of the New World are the iconic Giant Head Statues, known as Moai. Their Read more

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May 1st: Touring the History of Chichen Itza

Moving forward from the Ancient Wonders list determined by Greek and Roman Scholars, it’s time to explore the New World. Over the coming weeks, we’ll explore man-made marvels of the Americas, talking about the history and archaeology of these Read more

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