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Location: England Length: 19 min.
Danebury, one of Iron Age Britain's most significant, impressive hillforts, was built and occupied during the First Millennium BC. In 1969, Professor Barry Cunliffe began an unprecedented 20-year-long excavation of Danebury, which he discusses in this film. Professor Miranda Green, a renowned specialist in prehistoric beliefs, discusses the religious significance of the many finds and burials from the site. Stunning computer-generated graphics help bring the remarkable story of Danebury Hillfort and its Iron Age builders to life.
Copyright 2004 by Sean Caveille
Produced and Directed by Sean Caveille
Danebury Excavations Digital Archive (Archaeology Data Service)
Report of Archaeological Excavations at Danbury (Academica.edu)