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Pottery PART TWO all found on the river Thames foreshore, London

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A video of my friend Tobias’ mudlarking finds, from the Thames at London, with some commentary by yours truly. There is an error in the descriptions, the rod handle I mention at […]

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100 Unsolved Mysteries That Cannot Be Explained | Compilation

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100 unsolved mysteries that cannot be explained | compilation. We take a look at these 100 unsolved mysteries that cannot be explained | compilation. It appears that the more we uncover, the […]

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Secrets of the Castle: Inside The Castle | Episode 3 (Medieval Documentary) | Timeline

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Check out our new website for more incredible history documentaries: HD and ad-free. Check out our new website for more incredible history documentaries: HD and ad-free. Ruth, Peter and Tom enter the […]

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The Ancient World in London – Londinium Basilica Forum, Walbrook, Temple of Mithras and Guildhall

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( ) In the second part of their adventure across Roman London, Ian Smith takes Nicole Favish to the centre of the city to Cornhill. Taking a trip to the basilica forum […]

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9 Most Mysterious Ancient Artifacts

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The Most Mysterious Ancient Artifacts. Scientists uncover mysterious artifacts all the time. These historical ancient artifacts are very mysterious. Subscribe to World5List Find us on… — — Sometimes, scientists stumble upon an […]

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Most MYSTERIOUS Discoveries Made In Egypt!

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From the Rosetta Stone and prehistoric light bulbs … to King Tut’s dagger from outer space … Here are 12 of the most mysterious discoveries made in Egypt! Subscribe to Talltanic Watch […]

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Plague-era skeletons bring history back to life in London

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London office workers are coming face-to-face with the hidden history beneath their feet as 3,000 skeletons dating back to the 16th century are dug up to make way for a new railway […]

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Mudlarking on the River Thames – Cross & Sacred Heart

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Join me as I go mudlarking on the Thames foreshore over 3 days in February 2019. I’ve been away from the River Thames for a few weeks and so I was happy […]

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When Workers Dug Up This 600 Year Old Plague Pit, Two Victims Were Discovered Mysteriously Entwined

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When Workers Dug Up This 600 Year Old Plague Pit, Two Victims Were Discovered Mysteriously Entwined While workers were digging a new underground rail route in London, they stumbled on two 15th […]

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Palmyra's Zenobia | Syrian Warrior Queen | IOT Podcast | 30.05.13

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In Our Time Podcast with Melvyn Bragg. Queen Zenobia was a distinguished military leader of the ancient world. Born in about 240 AD, Zenobia became Empress of the Palmyrene Empire in the […]

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The Growth of London as a Port from Roman to Medieval Times – Dr Gustav Milne

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There were dramatic changes in the Roman, Saxon and medieval ports of London, which directly reflected the equally dramatic changes taking place in contemporary society, economy and culture. How might the study […]

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Wreck in the Thames

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In the summer of 2005 Wessex Archaeology were called in by the Port of London Authority to excavate and recover the bow and part of the side of a late 16th …

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Museum of London – Roman Water Wheel

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Produced, directed, written and edited by Sara Proudfoot Clinch – this film gives you a glimpse into the reconstruction of the Roman Water Wheel by McCurdy & Co at Museum of London […]

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Behind The Scenes Of The Famous Bones & Booth Kiss | Season 3 | BONES

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Bones and Booth have their 1st kiss…FINALLY and you get to see their genuine reactions as actors on the set before and after! Subscribe now for more Bones clips: Watch more videos […]

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Amelia Edwards: Egyptology's Greatest Woman (at London's Petrie Museum)

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( ) Heritage Key enters the Petrie Museum in London to talk to the curator Dr Stephen Quirke, who explains the importance of one of the co-founders of the Egypt Exploration Society […]

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London museum shows archaeological finds from Crossrail dig

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From skulls and skeletons to pots and plates, an exhibition opens in London of archaeological finds made during construction of the city’s new underground Crossrail railway line.

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Roman Pottery found in the River Thames

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An overview of the types of Roman pottery which can be found whilst mud larking in the River Thames in London hello today I'm going to look at some Roman pottery the […]

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Pottery PART ONE all found on the river Thames foreshore, London

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A video by my friend Tobias Nehmy Neto featuring pottery he has found on the Thames foreshore, with some commentary by yours truly! There’s a link to Tobias’ Youtube channel here as […]

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EGYPT 341 -The BRITISH MUSEUM I *EGYPTIAN COLLECTION* London I (by Egyptahotep)

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The British Museum I,*EGYPTIAN COLLECTION* (First Part): The British museum was the first national public museum in the world. opened its doors to the public for the first time in 1759. The […]

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Inside the Museum of London Archives (Part 2)

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Much of what the Museum of London owns is hidden away in a warehouse near Hoxton – it’s just not large enough to display everything in its collection. However, the archives open […]

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London: Crossrail tunnel digging uncovers layers of history

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A project to deliver London’s new rail tunnel has turned into an archeologist’s dream. Artefacts dating back thousands of years were discovered during digging for the Crossrail, and now the rich history […]

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Natural History Museum London – Human Evolution Gallery Tour

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Want to know more about Human Evolution? Subscribe to Cennathis: Keep up to date on the latest Human Evolutionary research: Reframed Origins Podcast: Facebook: Twitter: Google+: WordPress: Tumblr: Academia.edu: SoundCloud:

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Engineering Across the River Thames | Strip the City

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Catch Strip the City Tuesdays at 9pm! London’s Tower Bridge is unique because it’s made of metal instead of stone. Also, see how the UK’s first cable car is being built to […]

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Volunteering at the Museum of London

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Want to volunteer with us at the Museum of London? Hear stories from current museum volunteers in this video, filmed across our three sites and featuring lots of different kinds of activities. […]

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Mudlarking on the River Thames at Southwark – interesting pottery

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November 2016 a walk along the South Bank at low tide, and a short hunt along the North Bank. I found some Roman, Medieval and Post Medieval pottery. good morning beautiful November […]

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Digging up London's history

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Archaeologists are unearthing London’s past at an excavation site in Liverpool Street. . Report by Lydia Batham. digging a little deeper into our history archeologists go beneath the surface of this huge […]

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Dinosaur Britain – Episode 1 Of 2 [Natural History Documentary] – Wild Things

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Watch Episode 2: The world loves dinosaurs – the very word conjures up fascination and intrigue among millions. Yet few people realise that over 100 different dinosaur species once roamed Britain, which […]

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Mudlarking along the River Thames London with Nicola White

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Join me for two mudlarking expeditions, one on a particularly wet and windy October day, and one, in the dark, on a very low tide at night. I love to experience the […]

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Mudlarking on the River Thames London – Seal Encounter

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Join me as I mudlark along the River Thames London. This video is made up of several different outings along the foreshore over the last few months. At the end of the […]

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London Mudlarking: 2000 Years of History in Objects, and a Crow

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This is my fourth mudlarking video and shows a mudlarker’s eye view as I discover various objects that can be found on the banks of the Thames, from common finds to slightly […]

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Time Team: History Hunters (1998-9) – Episode 1 – Crystal Palace (South London)

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The three teams look into the Crystal Palace, the home of the Great Exhibition, that burnt down in the 1930s. They look into why the Palace was moved from Hyde Park and […]

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Mudlarking the River Thames London – A Mystery Object

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It’s September 25th 2018. Join me on the Thames foreshore as I search for pieces of London’s past. There is a mystery find in this video that I need help identifying too. […]

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The Early River Thames: The Iron Age and Before – Jon Cotton

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The lecture will examine the changing shape of the Thames Valley (the London end in particular), evidence of population movement and urban growth and the appearance of agricultural and industrial activity from […]

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