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In this popular and (literally) groundbreaking programme, Tony Robinson and a team of experts travel the country to investigate a wide range of archaeological sites of historical importance.

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Started: Jan/16/1994
Usually airs on: Sunday

Type: Documentary
Genres: History
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    Time Team - S20E13 Tony and the team are at the Roman legionary fort of Caerleon in South Wales which is one of the most famous and best preserved Roman sites in the countryn. Just outside the fort, archaeologists have found signs of yet another huge structure leading from the fort down to the river.
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    Time Team - S20E13 Around Eight hundred years ago the residents of Kenfig on the coast of Wales thought they had created the perfect town, round a harbour with easy access to the sea and a sheltered position. The town looked like it was a thriving commercial success but then it vanished, leaving just a few castle walls to prove its existence. The ruins of the whole town are thoughtd to still lie buried under sand dunes that have covered the whole site since a series of violent storms over 500 years ago. Tony and the Team have just three days to work out the size of the lost town and discover if there's any evidence that the Welsh inflicted any damage on the interlopers.
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