Bawsey St James, Norfolk | S06E11 | Time Team

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Time Team Classics

Time Team Classics

2 yıl önce

Time Team are joined by guests Sandi Toksvig and Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall. They unearth fine Saxon jewelry, a stash of Norman pottery and a medieval murder victim near Kings Lynn.
Series 6, Episodes 11
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@Luddite1 10 aylar önce
This is one of those episodes that truly marks the original time team … as great ….the presenters , experts and film crew wing a lot of it so so well and that is true professionalism and passion for subject
@karenchristian7429 2 yıl önce
I can watch this for hours. Beautifully produced, great team, great photography, great music! I also really like that unlike most in the genre of reality shows, people are repectful, and seem genuine and authentic. Awesome program. Love, love, love the team.
@nigelprosser5692 Yıl önce
I’m with you Karen , feel exactly the same .
@elizabethschaeffer9543 Yıl önce
@@nigelprosser5692 And I feel the same. "Respectful, genuine, and authentic." And very, very rare. "Love the team!"
@harriethowell5444 10 aylar önce
I agree also. I am addicted. Love the team. They are genuine and respectful and fun and so knowledgeable. Thank you.
@HabarudoD 6 aylar önce
Everyone loves Phil, understandably so, but I also love every episode Sandra is in! So spirited and fun.
@mercedes523 2 yıl önce
Tony really changes with the episodes. His mullet was replaced with a chin beard which was changed to a clean shaven face. We’ve watched all of the guys age proper. Mick and Phil stayed somewhat the same.
@thomasbell7033 Yıl önce
And there was Tony's bleached blond period which, if it wasn't done for an acting gig, was ludicrous.
@jmarkleonard Yıl önce
I think the chin beard is when he was also the Sheriff of Nottingham.
@Mimzie-Arizona Yıl önce
His beat nik years
@colinsdad1 Yıl önce
He looked like a homeless person in the earlier episodes. I realize it was the 90s, but, he dressed like he couldn't afford clothing. God Bless Phil.... Daisy Dukes and all.
@DavidSmith-yx7kn Yıl önce
Tony's an actor if you look at him when he was on Black Adder another different look. looks change per character being played.
@rileywilliams9799 2 yıl önce
'Stewart's already out and about, doing something strange.' Couldn't stop laughing after I heard that.
@deewhitney9298 2 yıl önce
@deewhitney9298 2 yıl önce
@holykissme 2 yıl önce
He is a gem. Keen and ever so good-natured.
@weswall7302 2 yıl önce
@@deewhitney9298 Cool
@underdiggeroakley2903 Yıl önce
They're doin new episodes.. just seen an commercial for it.
@MegalithHunter 2 yıl önce
I watch these over and over! Just love the vibe between everyone and I end up learning so much! Amazing though, how they always know so much just from looking at a tiny sherd of pottery!
@jenniferlaurensmom Yıl önce
Phil had a slipped disc and was on an ambulance for 3 days! He revealed that in an interview. He and Tony were in every show they made
@kathyastrom1315 2 yıl önce
You guys are really good at picking out all of my favorite episodes to load!! This is probably the earliest of my favorite rewatch episodes in terms of initial broadcast. I love the range of times and types of locations, all in one site.
@DOMO1940 2 yıl önce
One of there best shows. Even had two future TimeTeam employee in it. Tells you how much I watch TimeTeam 💋
@andrewroby6113 3 aylar önce
Who were the two you were referring to?
@mercedes523 2 yıl önce
This show is a time capsule for computers and geophysics.
@docinparadise Yıl önce
Watching this old episode right after watching the two new digs, I miss the clarity and continuity of the presentation. I prefer the little things, like highlighting where the change in color in a ditch shows up. And I really enjoy the recreations of what life was like in the time the site was in use. I hope future digs include some of these things, as it transforms the program from a dry (and somewhat confusing) documentary into informative entertainment.
@soniahamilton9914 2 yıl önce
This whole episode was fascinating! That strapend was impressive how they made it the way it would have been originally and it looked perfect, beautiful. That loom weight was exciting.
@justacrocodile9486 2 yıl önce
I just marvel at how creative and skilled those early crafts people were. Primitive tools but they created such beautiful pieces.
@soniahamilton9914 2 yıl önce
@@justacrocodile9486 So true!
@mjc11a 3 aylar önce
I've come to appreciate many episodes of Time Team but, I must say, this episode was truly impressive. The swordsmiths of that time period were indeed masters of their craft. It's been a long time since my training, but if I recall correctly, it takes about 200 pounds of force - or about 900 Newtons - to perforate that area of the skull. This was indeed an interesting episode and I thank you for posting. Be safe folks 🙏
@fuckjoebiden4804 2 yıl önce
27:57. "I'm good at rubbing out" hilarious. This was a great show. I can't wait for the 2 new episodes that are going to be made. Good luck you guys.
@Vickie-Bligh 2 yıl önce
I will miss Victor. May he rest in peace.
@TheShootist Yıl önce
two new episodes are meh. the presenter is soooo low energy compared to Baldrick
@thomasbell7033 Yıl önce
@@TheShootist Why oh why do so many of these people expect Tony Robinson to be cloned. These are probably the crowd who complained about him in the original run of TT.
@RepublicTX 2 yıl önce
Of all Victor's drawings, that last one is my absolute favorite.
@patrickwentz8413 Yıl önce
I don't believe I have seen this episode before. It is fascinating.
@jimjawz 2 yıl önce
Keep them comin, I love the time team, so educated and well spoken
@jenamyallen Yıl önce
I love the logical and simple way of the lying in the field shows how cool it is when looking for earthworks!!
@wimvanmoerbeke 2 yıl önce
Great to see them all young again :-)
@oldschoolman1444 2 yıl önce
But Phil's hat never changes. =)
@dotcassilles1488 5 aylar önce
Phil had a number of hats over the years of time teams 20 or more series. He also changes the feathers and pins attached to each hat. One hat was like an Australian Akubra (think cowboy hat) and another was like what a re-enactment archer (think robin hood) would wear with a short crown and a pointy brim at the front. Blessings, Dot
@ruththinkingoutside.707 11 aylar önce
Isn’t this the first time we see Paul Blinkhorn the pottery expert?? 😄.. because he’s a fixture later on in many many episodes..
@stannousflouride683 2 yıl önce
"It's not your loose change." In a recent Time Team interview Helen still blushes when she thinks of that line that reportedly followed her for years and years among her peers.
@deetsy4jesus 2 yıl önce
After hearing her talk about how she was ridiculed for her comments, I had to go back and watch the episode again. I still don't understand why she was given such a hard time for it. Live TV is a daunting task. I thought she did fine for her first outing!
@stannousflouride683 2 yıl önce
@@deetsy4jesus I agree, but I think it's just good natured ribbing among colleagues.
@deetsy4jesus 2 yıl önce
@@stannousflouride683 I'm sure it was.
@snazzypazzy 2 yıl önce
I I hope it was good natured teasing. Must be so hard to be on the spot and feeling somewhat pushed for an answer. Some people find it very hard to say they don't know (at that moment), because they might dissapoint the person asking.
@stannousflouride683 2 yıl önce
@@snazzypazzy I'm sure it was. Helen is so nice I can't imagine anyone being cruel to her.
@rogernichols8150 2 yıl önce
Enjoy your videos 📹 😊 here to help get your videos out to everyone 😀 please keep them coming can't wait for the new Time Team to start up again 😀
@thomasbell7033 Yıl önce
Every time Carenza pronounces the preposition "there" my Texan heart flutters.
@abigailgerlach5443 7 aylar önce
Is there anyone who wasn't living there at one time or t'other? I can't decide if Stewart was waving in planes or learning to swim! I do love Stewart! He'd be the kind of person I think would be fun to invite to a dinner party.
@CanChikMay 2 yıl önce
Wonderfully done everyone!
@annazaman9657 2 yıl önce
It was later determined that the skull with the part chopped off was a surgical cut and not due to sword strike
@deetsy4jesus 2 yıl önce
... and it was a woman!
@aelyn2909 2 yıl önce
article? Link to video?...?
@annazaman9657 2 yıl önce
@@aelyn2909 I think it was "20 years of time team". Where the crew discuss their favorite sites
@deetsy4jesus 2 yıl önce
@@aelyn2909 I'm sorry it took so long to respond to you. My life has gotten very crazy lately! The update on the skeleton discovered at Bawsey is given in their 2nd "Christmas Special" which aired on December 19th, 1999. It's a great episode that gives updates to several of their early episodes but the details of this story starts at about minute 31 of this video. It's a truly fascinating story. Enjoy!
@justacrocodile9486 2 yıl önce
Oh, after the dramatic interpretation of a sword blow aimed from a galloping horse, that comes as somehow disappointing. I was imagining an attack, as in the Uhtred series of novels by Bernard Cornwell.
@holykissme 2 yıl önce
Stewart shall be named "Sir Dances with Topography." What a brilliant chap. Touche.
@BirdWhisperer46 2 yıl önce
Phil would go bonkers on the Jicarilla Apache or Navajo Reservations in the 4 corners area. Arrowheads and pottery still litter the ground everywhere, on the surface. At 37:40, where they lie down to see the hill, you can actually do this in a calm lake and lower yourself into the water til it's just below your eyeballs and you can see the curvature of the earth.Try it sometime.
@Mimzie-Arizona Yıl önce
I think the Indian police would pick them up.
@deborahnunn2394 2 yıl önce
Very educational really enjoy these series
@Exiledk 2 yıl önce
I've rewatched this and something came to mind. One does not build a church alone and not in one day. Where did the stonemasons, carpenters, labourers, cooks et al live while the building was under construction? That must surely have left a mark on the ground?
@jtorola Yıl önce
Timber and wattle buildings leave pretty much nothing
@JustaMuteCat Yıl önce
If it’s just buildings yeah, depending on region and type of settlement you can only hope to find shadows of walls or post holes, or limitation lines of buildings on different soil, rubbish pits and burn pit reactions on EM if it wasn’t destroyed by farming or land development. Even if markings can be found on topographic or aerial surveys, they could be all just vestiges, there also the chance that antiquarians disturbed and refilled ditches in haphazardly, destroying any dating evidence (or when people landscape their gardens in such ways that puzzle archeologists years later, like finding ww2 barbed wire underneath seemingly medieval still-standing walls and such)…
@CadavreAroues 2 yıl önce
A big thank you TT for fixing the sound balance :)
@Schmorgus 2 yıl önce
This was my thought. Everyone's complaining, but almost noone thank them when they actually fixed it xD
@maryearle4667 2 yıl önce
Please keep Sir Tony Robinson on the new Time Team!
@rhondakhageman1428 Yıl önce
He has decided not to be part of it. His choice.
@beastshawnee 2 yıl önce
“Our man fell dead from a gruesome sword blow slicing across his head!” No one: Phil: “Hooray!”
@andershansson2245 6 aylar önce
Time for a rewatch of this, poor Sue having Tony raving on really loud just inches from her ears in the incident room, twice!
@Gremriel 2 yıl önce
Good to see more early episodes.
@alexd5028 2 yıl önce
OMG, it took 10 people to follow Mick and Tony around the treches :)))
@Culturedropout Yıl önce
Haha! I noticed that too. There was this big mass of people thundering along behind them as they trotted along. It reminded me of a scene from Monty Python with a crowd thundering from one interesting thing to another, but I can't find it. :p
@johnmacdonald1329 2 yıl önce
It's exciting to imagine that Phil could find an arrow head he made in a previous life?
@johnmacdonald1329 2 yıl önce
michael perry Phil Phlintstone
@TheAquaticMandolin 2 yıl önce
Gracious I cannot get over how low resolution TV used to be back in the day. I have no memory of it ever being this bad even though I'm 30 years old, and surely was watching this type of resolution at the time and thought it was a okay. We truly have become spoiled with HD and 4K video. As always I love the content and please keep releasing more episodes as soon as possible.
@eoyguy 2 yıl önce
HAHAHAAA. Low resolution??! To me, this looks great. I'm 52 and remember TV when the picture would roll, there were 3 channels, and they all went off at about 1 am. Spoiled indeed!
@geigertec5921 2 yıl önce
@@eoyguy And there was a special dial that you could use to make the roll a little less, but sometimes it would just go the opposite way and make it worse. Not to mention the white noise and the position you sat in the room actually affected the reception quality because the antenna interference. XD
@TheAquaticMandolin 2 yıl önce
Hahaha back in my day we had to walk up hill both ways to school through the snow and through hail and the tornadoes. And you didn't see us complain one time, you see Sonny. Hahaha.
@geigertec5921 2 yıl önce
@@TheAquaticMandolin Not only that but once a year when we were in school we all had to pick a peice of paper from a top hat and whoever picked the short piece was ceremonially sacrificed to the earth gods so the rest of us could enjoy a bountiful harvest.
@katecollingridge4293 2 yıl önce
And.... in black and white bc colour tv was very expensive. And, we also had an annual licence fee - when mum never answered the door lol.
@ricardograf6393 2 yıl önce
I recon that this chap with swordblow on his head was actual a woman, or better a nun, who survived the blow for some hours and they tried to save her live. She died on the table of the healer. I think, they found it out within the post dig analysis and aired it in a christmas episode.
@SuperRabbi1 Yıl önce
Can you please - for me as from Germany - post a link to the post dig analysis? Would be great
@tysonperna8844 Yıl önce
@@SuperRabbi1 I don't know where to find the post dig analysis, but Helen talks about it some in this interview.
@TAMM36D1 2 yıl önce
I love all your shows. Thanks
@Bramble451 2 yıl önce
38:43 *"a local pottery expert"* - this is the first Time Team episode with Paul Blinkhorn! (a.k.a. "Give me 1 cm and I'll identify your pot!")
@alexd5028 2 yıl önce
Also, first Time Team for Helen Geake, I believe!
@lavillablanca 2 yıl önce
The distinctive personalities of each Time Team member is what makes the program so appealing. I cannot possibly choose a favorite, but I really like Paul Blinkhorn; he has a perpetual good natured smile on his face. .
@Bramble451 2 yıl önce
@@lavillablanca I love his rumbling chuckle!
@JMurdochNZ 2 yıl önce
@@lavillablanca I will forever love Paul for the response he gave Tony when he asked Paul - a pottery expert - to identify a building. Tony: "And what kind of building do you think it is?" Paul: "... a big stone one." Gold.
@theodorekonetski1485 2 yıl önce
@@alexd5028 Isn't she wonderful! I just love her commentary on things.
@MasterMatter 2 yıl önce
Dang the Time Team hustling to each trench like they discovered a super Roman villa 😂😂
@pieterfischer9638 2 yıl önce
Once again i ask, where can i order the entire Time Team series on DVD?
@RKHageman Yıl önce
I don’t think you can. There are a number of episodes on Europe-only DVDs, but there is no “Complete Collection” of all 20 years/280 episodes of the show.
@softshoes 2 yıl önce
I'm a big fan of the restrained Phil.
@justacrocodile9486 2 yıl önce
I love Phil, his great enthusiasm and his laugh which always makes me laugh too. He is so passionate about archaeology.
@janicewhite1113 2 yıl önce
I lived very near to that site and drove past it every day without knowing anything about it!
@justacrocodile9486 2 yıl önce
Just imagine, under the earth all over Britain there are the concealed traces of all those who lived so long ago. The remains of their homes, their coins, their belongings, their skeletons. From the iron age to the Romans. And everywhere they are just built over and only the archaeologists can tell - if allowed to dig - who they were and when and how they lived there.
@fernandabittencourt4629 2 yıl önce
can we all just agree that this is the best series of videos uploaded in 2021? love it so much
@richardstephens3327 2 yıl önce
Is there any hope that some time the extended live shows may be released as videos? I know you had a lot more content then this hour for the show.
@annazaman9657 2 yıl önce
You can find them on yt
@Dovietail 2 yıl önce
Is this one of Helen's first appearances?! 😃
@deetsy4jesus 2 yıl önce
Yes, her first episode.
@Kanoshe 2 yıl önce
i wonder why ive never heard james may mention time team... he seems like hed fit right in
@tom_123 2 yıl önce
Great episode. Feedback for the people running the channel: if in doubt, aim for the most original reproduction possible - aspect ratio, white balance, audio etc etc.
@townview5322 7 gün önce
How do you have a Norman Church ruin on your farm? Do you buy it? inherit it? Does it increase the value of your property? Blows my mind
@barrydysert2974 2 yıl önce
Victor "I'm good at rubbing out." 💜🙏💜 Rest in peace dear man!
@mlr4524 2 yıl önce
Was going to post the same thing! lol
@suestroud 10 aylar önce
I want that Mick Aston doll so bad!
@drewrobinson9120 2 yıl önce
This show confuses me greatly some times. How is it that the coast line in this area is so much lower than it used to be if sea levels have risen so much in the last 10,000 years? England was connected to mainland Europe up until 8,000-9,000 years ago, then sea levels rose and that connection was severed. So has the area they are in uplifted because of receding ice sheets, or have sea levels dropped since the flooding of Doggerland?
@annk.8750 2 yıl önce
Look up post-glacial rebound (also called isostatic rebound). It's not a uniform lifting, and indeed the east coast of parts of Britain has risen more rapidly than the west. Sometimes that can be seen in raised beaches, where shoreline erosion has left a distinct line that is later raised high above the present shore.
@Mimzie-Arizona Yıl önce
Tony is also a comedian and actor who has to change his looks for his roles he plays
@silva7493 2 yıl önce
Near the end, that broken piece of a Saxon ceramic loom weight.. I'm pretty sure I'd have mistaken it for a rock. It boggles my mind what these people can see in tons and tons of dirt.
@becky1519 2 yıl önce
Yankee commenter here-HOW LONG HAS THIS SHOW BEEN ON? Tony ages and gets younger in each episode I watch, love it all, good thing I don’t live over there, I’d be digging everything up looking for artifacts!😂😂
@ripvanwinkle2002 Yıl önce
22 years if memory serves
@0rangemuffin 2 aylar önce
Omg, sandy was on this show! I know shes done other things, but i just know her from QI
@marieanderson6311 2 yıl önce
When Tony drives and talks it is nerve wracking!
@ripvanwinkle2002 Yıl önce
why? driving is pig simple.. and most of us have been talking since toddlerhood.. are you saying you cant do two things at once? so thankful i will never share a car ride with you..
@masterdrewanthony 2 yıl önce
"I'm good at rubbing out," says Victor! 🤣 Does that mean the same thing in Britain that it does in America? 😂
@sandydemontille5320 2 yıl önce
No it doesn’t! A rubber is actually an eraser in Brit!
@lellyt2372 Yıl önce
No, rubbing out means to erase something, not what you're thinking 🤣
@mr.holmes4698 2 yıl önce
This is my home town, not seen this one but always wanted to go to the church as just a little further down is also Castle Rising and then further Sandringham house where the Queen spends Christmas
@Newman81964 2 yıl önce
At the beginning of the video, Tony says they are doing this live, but this video is only a little under 1 hour long and the dig is 3 days.
@FrankJPSegura 2 yıl önce
It was recorded live, then edited...
@Newman81964 2 yıl önce
@@FrankJPSegura All shows are recorded live and then edited, so why make a deal out of saying it is being done live.
@Bramble451 2 yıl önce
The digging itself was broadcast live. Then later an edited episode was made from the recording of the live broadcast. They did several of this type of broadcast.
@yiasemi 2 yıl önce
@@Newman81964 They were editing for a condensed version that was shown that week, at a time when most people watched terrestrial TV channels in the UK and were all aware of the live broadcasts. I imagine no one then was thinking that we would be watching in 2020 and it's a bit late to do a reshoot, don't you think?
@yiasemi 2 yıl önce
Incidentally people often ask why we get Sandy or Bill Oddie on some digs, one of the reasons was the live broadcasts when a presenter was needed at two different sites at the same time. The Jorvik dig was a good example of that. Not that Ms Toksvig needs any excuse to be on my screen.
@TheEvilDruid1 2 yıl önce
I always watch these and try to find the sites on Google earth. I use the site description and the aerial photos and such, but I don’t know why I do it. It’s just an exercise in frustration, lol. If it’s not a famous castle or tourist site then I find them about 2% of the time. “Near Kings Lynn” and “Over there is the sea” just didn’t help. I guess things change dramatically in 20 years, I can’t even find the road configuration shown in the photo. .......I should really stop driving myself batty doing that. 😂😂😂 🇺🇸🍻🇬🇧
@JerryB507 2 yıl önce
Usually they do a commentary on Time Team Official and have a link to the Wessex Archeology write up that gives a better description of the location. No commentary on this episode. However, Google is my friend and helped me out. Paste, Bawsey Ruins, King's Lynn PE32 1EU, United Kingdom, into google earth's search box.
@deetsy4jesus 2 yıl önce
According to another commenter, on another channel -- The ruins of the church are here: Bawsey Ruins 52.759210N, 0.462341E h/t Stannous Flouride
@earlofsmeg 2 yıl önce
Probably the funniest description of Norfolk I've ever heard was from Jeremy Clarkson when he called it flat and featureless county.
@justacrocodile9486 2 yıl önce
In the Noel Coward play 'Private Lives' one of the characters commented " Very flat, Norfolk." I read it decades ago and it amused me and has stayed with me all this time. Odd the things that your memory keeps. Inconsequential.
@martianvideo 7 aylar önce
38:37 pity Phil was injured - he missed out!
@alanatolstad4824 2 yıl önce
I have a question about the farmer getting his field back...does he? And continues to plow over those filled/excavated finds?
@islandkatgranbyridgestudio 2 yıl önce
Excellent choices by Time Team for the narration and 'non academics' Love Sandi Toksvig and Sir Tony, their personal passion for history is enjoyable to see.
@workingguy6666 2 yıl önce
Perfect timing for a new (old) video!
@charliegoodwin1933 2 yıl önce
I totally forgot that sandi, who does GBBO, also did time team sometimes.
@timpauwels3734 2 yıl önce
She does QI now, too
@elchinator Yıl önce
1999, the neolithic of TV. When "aspect ratio" was not yet a thing...
@RobKoelman 2 yıl önce
34:12 and 35:01 Look at that amazing number of film-crew members following Mick and Tony! Remembers me a bit of official propaganda broadcastings with 'the great leader' of North Korea - Kim Jong-un - and the usual bunch of 'dedicated followers'...
@actua99 Yıl önce
Maybe a silly question at 23:40, but given that the compass didn't arrive into the west before 1190, how do you align a church precisely west-east?
@ripvanwinkle2002 Yıl önce
the path of the sun and a stick driven into the ground similar to a sundial
@damianhoratiu2287 2 yıl önce
John Gater is right a lot of times.
@Libbathegreat Yıl önce
He's right most of the time, but no one believes him lol
@damianhoratiu2287 Yıl önce
@@Libbathegreat :D
@johannesofie777 2 yıl önce
Fun to see Helen with symmetrical hair. Later she always has that asymmetrical 'do
@ricardograf6393 2 yıl önce
Isn'T this the first one with Helen? She looks rather young to me ;)
@johannesofie777 2 yıl önce
@@ricardograf6393 Yes, both Helen and Paul (as I found out in this thread)
@timothycox7331 Yıl önce
How many pottery experts are there in England.
@serenagrisdale6969 2 yıl önce
Lol the show when Tony got his first hair cut!!!
@robinyoung9811 Yıl önce
love the show but i have to ask ..What do you do with the remains that you dig up? They are some ones ancestor your moving from their resting place.
@ripvanwinkle2002 Yıl önce
oh they sell them off at the gift shop..
@RKHageman 8 aylar önce
They are re-interred in the same place where it’s possible. For cases where the site is being destroyed entirely (building sites, rescue projects, etc.) they are respectfully re-interred in appropriate locations.
@onnieduvall2565 2 yıl önce
Correct me if I’m wrong, but wasn’t this Helen Geake’s premiere episode?
@BryonLape 2 yıl önce
You and IMDB agree.
@roweng.4245 10 aylar önce
Oh, Tony - at 32:35 - never drink from a horn with the point turned up - that's a good way to get doused with the contents!
@sharonarmstrong1016 2 yıl önce
Beware of archaeologist who make you do push ups in an empty field!!! Lol
@penny1186 Yıl önce
I think Sandy is wonderful. I watch QI all the time. She is just as good if not better than Steven Fry.
@willisgemutlich2608 2 yıl önce
crack on, good luck! ha! perfect! it'll be difficult, but we'll give it a go! If we can convince phil to lie on an upright stretcher and just supervise (very important position) whilst eating grapes and being fanned I think it would be worth it. Might be too roman for his blood. Someone else can man the shovels and picks either way. You still have matt, right? And what about the overqualified ladies from the extreme archeology program? Love them all, of course, I've seen Katie Hirst and Alice Roberts on your program, but where is Meg Watters? My favorite moment was "no, I'm NOT happy, if my equipment was delivered this morning, as promised, I could have..." great balls of fire. Gotta love strong intelligent women. Scare me more than any burly man, and rightly so. My favorite allies. I call them battle axes. I don't know why, but it seems to make a lot of sense. My grandmere would have loved this program.
@alexhayden2303 Yıl önce
I'm interested in the rectangular patterns at 9.28 that is ignored.
@nzlemming Yıl önce
Tony with hair. I feel young again. Also, that seriously looks like bad green-screening in the open. The background music sounds so much like Howard Shore's Hobbit themes. I'm guessing it's (vaguely) medieval, which shows the research Shore put into his composition.
@jesterboykins2899 2 yıl önce
Helen!! Look how young she was! Teenage almost
@Aalborg42 2 yıl önce
32 :) I adore her!!!!
@deetsy4jesus 2 yıl önce
This was her first episode.
@matt_cummins28 2 yıl önce
Sandi doing yoga! Brilliant!
@theknave4415 2 yıl önce
This kinda hurts, but ... it must be done. After a heckuva lot of research... Francis Pryor is absolutely right. Not on every site, but certainly on many, if not most. It was all 'ritual' landscape for the ancients. In a weird form of emotional and psychological 'transference', they *lived* out their myths and ancestor archetypes/motifs - in real life. Start with Sacral Kingship and ancestor worship - which they undeniably did - and follow that up with the deification of their ancestors and royal families and chieftains. "As above, so below": What they saw around them, in their families and tribes, and in the world around them - was a very direct and real reflection of the gods themselves. iow, their gods lived among them. They were so certain that 'magic' was real, it never entered their minds to question the idea. e.g. play an MMPORG with magic and gods. Now, imagine that sort of thing happening all around you, irl. They couldn't imagine living any other way. That *was* the world of the ancients. Their worldview was not our worldview. It was *nothing* like our worldview.
@Brinta3 2 yıl önce
Please upload this again but in its original aspect ratio.
@JonFrumTheFirst 2 yıl önce
Regarding the drawing at the end of the episode - it shows the horseman riding in one direction and swinging his sword in the other. Not likely, I'd guess. More like he'd use him momentum and swing forward in the direction he's riding.
@andershansson2245 6 aylar önce
Victor Ambrus did serve as a mounted horseman in his native Hungary, so he knew of these things.
@saw6436 2 yıl önce
Boy! The ancients sure threw their money around.
@kristophersmallsr.9395 2 yıl önce
Looking like some crazy gophers , doing pushups !
@goddessoftriplee 2 yıl önce
SANDY IS MY FAVORITE!! Love when she shows up 😍
@tinaharrison9354 2 yıl önce
Phil looks like he’s in pain so sorry his knees and back really do get punished he works too hard someone please buy him a wee dram from me
@RKHageman 8 aylar önce
Indeed he was- he states he had been recovering from a ruptured disc, and was actually lying in an ambulance at the site the whole weekend, except when he’s on camera.
@yoschmoyo 2 yıl önce
You’ve taken a 4:3 picture and cut it off on the top and bottom to make a 16:9 aspect ratio.
@mlr4524 2 yıl önce
Makes it feel somewhat claustrophobic (and missing text at bottom of screen).
@jamesjohnmoss8130 2 yıl önce
Not on my screen!
@matthewhines7290 2 yıl önce
32:18 That is *_not_* buttered wortes. Buttered wortes are boiled greens. That looks like salted fish or something.
@JETWTF 2 yıl önce
Neil in this episode... Rather plump... Makes Tony look thin. Later episodes he makes Tony look fat because he is so thin. Oh how people change over the years.
@Exiledk 2 yıl önce
I'm a bit ambivolent about metal detectorists. And archæologists. One will take what he finds and sell it on to someone who will appreciate what it is for just that. Others may, or may not, see the artifacts they find. Archæologists find stuff and hide it away in boxes and universities where only a priviledged few may see them. I wonder which is better....?
@tpseeker3367 2 yıl önce
Well the good thing with being in boxes stuffed away in a museum or university basement is they can be rotated & seen unlike private/black market owners. Since the start of books being scanned & open to the world they've also Slowly ""started"" photographing artifacts as well. Most museums & universities just takes filling out paperwork to see some things.
@stephaniesews6603 2 yıl önce
Yes! I don't know why people are so stuck up about stuff being out of reach in a museum. On most museums, one, in fact, can see stuff under supervision, after some paperwork. Same with librarys.
@tpseeker3367 2 yıl önce
Think that if they don't see something its a hidden item@@stephaniesews6603. Got the feeling there's a lot of librarians, curators that would be thrilled to help someone find an item/book to help people learn more.
@lellyt2372 Yıl önce
At least in universities and museums they are kept properly, catalogued indepth and, in a lot of cases, there are processes in place that you can "apply" to see the artifacts. A private collector does not generally display the items, may not keep the item correctly to prevent degradation, doesn't always catalogue the item and where it was found and does not generally have a process to apply to see it
@theslimeylimey 2 yıl önce
Thx for the upload. I'd rather have black bars and not have a chunk of the original video cut off.
@repetemyname842 2 yıl önce
Would loved to have heard more from the vivacious blond seated at the computer, what a knockout.
@larocca3 2 yıl önce
They now know that the man with the hole in the top of the skull was a woman and the wound was a result of a surgical procedure.
@CadavreAroues 2 yıl önce
Any reference for that ?
@larocca3 2 yıl önce
@@CadavreAroues It was in a Time Team Commentary ep.
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