BRAND NEW EPISODE | TIME TEAM – Dig Two: Day Two (Oxfordshire) Series 21
Time Team continues with Day Two of its second brand new excavation in a decade. New presenters Dr Gus Casely-Hayford and Natalie Haynes join team members old and new to investigate a huge Roman villa on the estate of Broughton Castle in Oxfordshire.
Armed with new technology, and with the guidance of Site Director Neil Holbrook, Time Team have just three days to shed light on this site.
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** CATCH UP ON DIG ONE: BODEN FOGOU, CORNWALL **
** ABOUT TIME TEAM **
Time Team is a British archaeology series that originally broadcast on the UK’s Channel 4 for 20 series, and countless specials. Over the years, the team excavated over 220 sites, from back gardens to Buckingham Palace. The show has now returned to YouTube, thanks to the incredible support of thousands of worldwide fans on Patreon.
Series 21 (Season 21) of Time Team follows two incredible new digs, each released in extended 3-part episodes exclusively on the Time Team Official YouTube channel. The first dig explores a mysterious Iron Age site in Cornwall; the second investigates a huge Roman villa on the estate of a Tudor castle in Oxfordshire.
** ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS **
Unguent bottle photo: © Ashmolean Library, University of Oxford.
North Leigh Roman Villa photo: Lolalatorre, CC BY-SA 3.0
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