Digging for Britain
2016ÖVER 16 ÅR
Professor Alice Roberts presents the very best in British archaeology straight from the trenches, so you witness each exciting discovery as it happens. The teams then bring their best finds-from skeletons to treasure-back to the Digging for Britain lab, to examine them with Alice and reveal how they are changing the story of Britain. Photo © 360 Production Limited 2016.
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- 1. Episode 1: WWI and King Arthur5 december 201659minÖVER 16 ÅRUndertexterEnglish [CC]LjudspråkEnglishIn the west of Britain, finds include the lost WWI training trenches on Salisbury Plain and Britain’s first “double henge” - discovered just down the road from Stonehenge - where the evidence suggests long-ago ancestors feasted and made sacred offerings as part of a visit to the ritualistic Stonehenge landscape.
- 2. Episode 2: Stone Age Technology12 december 201660minÖVER 16 ÅRUndertexterEnglish [CC]LjudspråkEnglishThe north of Britain offers evidence for the first Roman siege on the island, including the biggest cache of Roman bullets discovered anywhere, as well as Britain’s most famous monastery, Lindisfarne, rediscovered for the first time since it was violently sacked by the Vikings 1,000 years ago.
- 3. Episode 3: War of the Roses19 december 201659minÖVER 16 ÅRUndertexterEnglish [CC]LjudspråkEnglishIn the east of Britain, archaeologists discover the theatre where Shakespeare premiered “Romeo and Juliet” and “Henry V,” complete with sound-effect props and evidence that Shakespeare’s original audience was much rowdier than you might expect.
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