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One thousand years of British history in three days
The dig's archaeological highs and lows are crammed into just 60 minutes in York where the finds range from a Roman skeleton complete with hobnailed boots, a Viking's discarded leather shoe, and the pillars of a monastic hospital. But what does all the evidence show? Who were these people and how did they live?moreless
The Mysterious Seahenge
Time Team's visit to Seahenge helped cast some fresh light on the circle, the people who built it and the techniques they used. It included the construction of a modern replica, which it is hoped will be found a home in the area permanently. As the first Bronze-Age monument that has ever been precisely dated, Seahenge provided an exciting special venture for the Team.
1999 Christmas Special.
Updates on past digs and previews of forthcoming programmes. Presented by Tony Robinson from York's Barley Hall, where a Medieval Christmas celebration is in full swing, the show tells what has happened at many of the digs featured in the last series.