Time Team travels the country to investigate a wide range of archaeological sites - including the amazing discovery in a Hertfordshire field when they unearth a complex of Roman temples. At each location they give themselves just 3 days to unearth the hidden treasures of the past.
For those of you who have read the previous review for a Time Team DVD will know what a history buff I am (yes I know I live in the wrong country for this, but that's why we have TV & DVD's )
This DVD is just as diverse in it's variety of ages covered by the various digs as the previous DVD, but one thing which I found really interesting in this release was the ground breaking work that was done, especially the discovery of a Roman Temple Complex, the very first of it's kind to be found in the United Kingdom. Another dig that was a first of a kind was a dig at a Navvy camp (see en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Navvy)from the industrial age located at Rise Hill in Cumbria.
Once again this is an entertaining DVD and Tony Robinson makes History interesting and enjoyable.
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