LOOKING FOR ANSWERS IN THE SKIES
Archaeoastronomers of the Four Corners search heaven and earth for clues about Anasazi life. How closely did the ancients follow the sun and moon, and what does their astronomy tell us that the archaeological record doesn't?
BY DAN BROCIOUS
A DATE IN TIME
Today's archaeological dating techniques range from century-old methods to modern technology. New approaches to the chronology of America's past allow archaeologists to tackle research questions that were unthinkable a few decades ago.
BY BRIAN FAGAN
TRAVELS THROUGH ANTIQUITY
When seeing America this summer, don't forget the dozens of archaeological parks waiting to be explored. Here are a five outstanding examples, each a unique slice of our past.
BY FRANK ZORETICH