(1) Dr. Chloe Duckworth, aka “ArchaeoDuck,” shows how crop marks can reveal archaeological sites, and how you can create your own experimental crop marks by planting garden cress. (2) An old man, Ljosha Bakhtiyarov, lives alone with his dog in a small hut in the deep forest of the Perm region in Russia. He is the last man remaining from the Visherskije Mansi, an indigenous Ugrian people distantly related to Hungarians, Finns and the Sami. The story begins when Bakhtiyarov starts to recollect memories about his people.

Produced in 2021 by Archaeological Legacy Institute

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Web links:

ArchaeoDuck (YouTube)

Dr. Chloe Duckworth (Newcastle University)

The Formation of Cropmarks (Historic England)

Khanty and Mansi (Britannica)

Siberia’s dying Mansi people (BBC)