Pagans of Roman Britain
Archaeologist Julian Richards returns to some of his most important digs. New science on two rich burials from late Roman Britain reveals unexpected secrets.
Series in which archaeologist Julian Richards returns to some of his most important digs to discover how science, conservation and new finds have changed our understanding of entire eras of ancient history.
Julian goes back to the excavation of two burials from Roman Britain - a wealthy man from Roman Winchester and a lavishly appointed grave of a woman from the heart of London that holds a special and unexpected secret only recently unlocked.
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BBC Four Archaeology Season
This programme is part of a BBC Four season exploring our fascination with uncovering the past.
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|Series Producer||Cameron Balbirnie|
|Executive Producer||Dominic Crossley-Holland|