Ise Shrine - Episode 18042

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The Ise Grand Shrine, also called Ise JingŇę, is a paris-sized Shinto shrine complex with 125 separate temples that was founded in the 7th century. The Ise complex located in the city of Ise, Mie Prefecture of Japan.

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Stonehenge - Episode 18040

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Stonehenge is a British cultural icon that is also one of the best known archaeological sites in the world. It is set within one of the most extensive Neolithic and Bronze age landscapes in Britain.

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Historic Fish Wiers - Episode 18039

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Of the many methods of exploiting fish, weirs are one of the most important to archaeologists as they leave the longest lasting evidence on the landscape.
 

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Dunhuang - Episode 18038

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The ancient Chinese city of Dunhuang, located at a strategic crossroads of the ancient southern silk road, is famed for its art and archaeology relating to historical Buddhist worship.
 

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Roskilde - Episode 18037

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Roskilde a Danish city with a fascinating history in its own right and whose origins date back to the pre-christian Viking age is most well known for the Danish Viking Ship Museum.

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Mastermyr chest - Episode 18034

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The largest ever find of Viking Age blacksmithing and woodworking tools was found in the Mästermyr Wetlands, west of the town of Hemse, on the island of Gotland in Sweden.

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Acropolis - Episode 18033

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The ancient citadel, known as the Acropolis of Athens or just the Acropolis, best known for the monumental temples and structures including the Parthenon, is a symbol of ancient Athenian and Greek power and civilisation the world over. 

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Valsgarde - Episode 18030

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The cemetery hill at Valsgärde, in use for five hundred years, provides an unparalleled insight into elite life and death in Sweden during the tail end of the Migration Period, through the Vendel Age, and into the Viking Age.
 

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Antikythera Mechanism - Episode 18027

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The Antikythera Mechanism is the oldest known analogue computer and was able to track astronomical and astrological movements as well as the four year cycle of ancient Greek Games.
 

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Tara Brooch - Episode 18026

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