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Time Team - Iron Age lake dwelling - 9pm - Ch 4
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Today (April 19th)

"In the summer of 2003, a small crew from Time Team spent eight weeks in the beautiful setting of Loch Tay, Perthshire, in Scotland. They were filming the ongoing underwater excavation of Oakbank crannog, an Iron-Age lake dwelling, which was first surveyed in 1979 and is the subject of a full-scale crannog reconstruction at the Scottish Crannog Centre on Loch Tay.

The husband-and-wife team of Dr Nick Dixon and Barrie Andrian had invited Time Team to follow their summer's excavations, and to recap on two decades of work on a site that is causing archaeologists to re-write what we know about life in the Iron Age. "

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pure joy
Posted by pure joy
19th April 2004ce

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