Harvard archaeologists from the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology have been working in the Maya city of Copán Ruinas, Honduras, for years, unearthing the secrets of the civilization that once built pyramids there. In recent years, these archaeologists began digging at a new site, Rastrojón, perched on a mountainside where it would be visible to visitors as they enter the valley.
Friday, January 28, 2011
2:42 run time
Photography - Justin Ide
Production - Rebecca Rollins
Media mogul Ted Turner and Harvard School of Public Health Dean Julio Frenk kicked off a new Internet-focused communication effort by discussing problems in global health.
Peabody Museum Associate Curator Michèle Morgan and authors review significant findings at the historical New Mexico reserve, answering many questions about the population and behavior of the Pecos pueblo.