- Physical Description: 1 online resource (1 video file (approximately 60 min.)) : sound, color
- Publisher: [United States]: PBS, 2016.
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Directed by Sarah Jobling.
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Narrated by Jay O. Sanders.
Archaeologists have long believed that while the Egyptians were building pyramids 3,000 years ago, the people living in Western Europe were far less advanced. But a new discovery suggests something far more exciting. Five years ago, the remains of an incredible, ancient site began to emerge from a quarry in eastern England. Due to its delicate nature, experts have largely been working in secret - until now. What they've found is simply unheard of: a 3000-year-old settlement that would have risen above the marshy fens, made up of well-built houses on stilts. A thriving economic hub the size of a modern country town surrounded this settlement - complete with busy harbors and rivers packed with metalwork traders, selling their goods across Europe. Shockingly, evidence suggests the town may have been attacked and set afire before being abandoned. The ancient artifacts - unprecedented in number and quality - are telling a dramatically new story about Bronze Age life in Britain.
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|Subject:||Archaeology and history.
Europe > Antiquities.