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Season 12 Episode 1

Chenies Manor, Buckinghamshire

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Aired Sunday 5:45 PM Jan 02, 2005 on Channel 4
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Chenies Manor, Buckinghamshire
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The Manor That's Back-To-Front.
In around 1530, Henry's visit to the medieval manor prompted a major upgrade of the buildings. A 1585 inventory lists a whole range of rooms and buildings fit for a king. But many of these rooms seem to have disappeared and the surviving building simply isn't large enough to accommodate the king and his entourage, which would have numbered up to 1,000 people.moreless

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    Jonathan Foyle

    Jonathan Foyle

    Architectural Historian

    Guest Star

    Elizabeth MacLeod Matthews

    Elizabeth MacLeod Matthews

    Local Resident

    Guest Star

    Mike Raphael

    Mike Raphael

    Historical Falconer

    Guest Star

    Raysan Shakir Al-Kubaisi

    Raysan Shakir Al-Kubaisi

    Graphical Artist

    Recurring Role

    Neil Emmanuel

    Neil Emmanuel

    Graphical Artist

    Recurring Role

    Henry Chapman

    Henry Chapman

    Archaeological Surveyor

    Recurring Role

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    • QUOTES (3)

      • Mick: A little piece of pot does not make a period.

      • Phil: We still don't really know whether we are in a building, or if this material here, this gravel material might suggest that we are into a courtyard surface. The other problem of course is that we've got these walls here and we don't know again, whether they're a building or a garden feature. The trouble is that they've been so smashed around; we've got no idea where the floor levels are.
        Tony: It is frustrating, isn't it?
        Mick: It is, but we often have this problem, don't we? We dig a hole for a specific purpose, to see if there is anything in it and there is something in it, and then we try and screw more information out of that hole than it is actually capable of giving us.

      • Phil: Absolutely nothing here Tony.
        Tony: When you say nothing, there are degrees of nothingness, aren't there?
        Phil: Absolutely nothing at all.
        Jonathan: Nullus, nada, nothing.

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