March 4, 2021

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Digging At Dunwich Before It's Lost To Sea | Time Team | Timeline

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31 thoughts on “Digging At Dunwich Before It's Lost To Sea | Time Team | Timeline

  1. One day I hope these guys get onto a site where they can have some substantial time on location. Id love a whole series on a single site. It would be awesome to see the progression of a more thorough investigation. Most of the time I just end these videos frustrated with what was left untouched and unanswered. I mean, I get that some locations are just highly restrictive, but ones like the Roman farmhouse/villa shouldn't be given up on after 3 days. Especially when you're just starting to get the lay of the land in the last 3 hours on location.

  2. Maybe the previous archeologists “that got it wrong” only had 2 days to investigate instead of your 3 days. Numerous times your day 2 conclusions are 180 degrees from the day 3 conclusions. Just sayin….

  3. We have some promising experiments in Denmark that aim to stop the sea eating up the coast line, because we too have a couple towns that have either disappeared or are about to disappear into the sea. In some places it's been so successful the coast has even started to regenerate, so it may be possible to completely stop this kind of devastation with fairly simple measures.

  4. It’s a shame American tv refuses to take a page out of Britain’s approach to quality tv production. Thank God for YouTube and other documentary services so those of us in this hideous drought can continue watching quality programs!!!❤️❤️❤️🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🤗😍🥰🤓

  5. Just now seeing this in July 2020. Not in England at the moment. Can anyone tell me if the area in, and around Dunwich was, indeed flooded out after all? As much as I loved this program I have never understood WHY program participants only allowed themselves 3 days?

  6. I find it both sad and reassuring to know that eventually Ma is going to clean house. Eventually there won't be any trace of us left, even before the sun expands and swallows us up in 5 to 7 and a half billion years.

    It sure would be interesting to be able to see the human history before much more is lost, but such is life.

  7. If he Blames it on Climate Change without evidence from the DUTCH that the water has risen i'm gonna show him how to dive off that cliff. And Is British Steele asleep..

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