From Caves to Cosmos
Extended Interview: The Earliest Cave Paintings in America
Archaeologist Anna Roosevelt dates the cave paintings in Brazil's Amazon jungle to 13,000 years ago. Her discovery rewrites the traditional history of the peopling of the America and who those people were - not just big game hunters but also artists and scientists.
Illuminating the similarities of the religious beliefs shared across the Americas.
Zuni elder Jim Enote explains how Native names for places provides important information.
Archaeology reveals trade with Chaco, including chocolate and precious metals.
Ancient art suggests people have been in the Americas much longer than previously thought.
Jim Enote uses ancient petroglyphs and contemporary art to recreate Zuni maps.
The Chumash continue canoe paddling traditions to connect to their ancestors.