The Town That Time Forgot

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An archaeologist searching for a Roman road is amazed to instead discover an entire Roman town that had been lost and forgotten for thousands of years.

The Town That Time Forgot, 9.3 out of 10 based on 22 ratings

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  • Esquivel

    Worth watching!  It is incredible seeing the artifacts and hearing their insights as they solve the mysteries of this fascinating site.

  • robert

    VERY INTERESTING VIDEO..HOWEVER ONE SPEAKER TALKED ABOUT CEASERS NOTES ABOUT BRITAIN AND THAT THEY DID NOT GROW CORN…i UNDERSTAND CORN WAS NOT INTRODUCED INTO EUROPE UNTILL AFTER THE DISCOVERY OF THE NEW WORLD AFTER 1500 AD ..IS A LITTLE CONFUSING THERE..GOOD VIDEO THANKS FOR SHARING

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      Corn used to mean any grain.

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    Robert – the word corn can be used to refer to many types of cereal, not just maize.

    • Non

      sorry didn’t read

  • http://DocumentaryHeaven Candrah

    The documentary on the discovery of this town, although informative and rather mysterous, felt like Part One of what could have been a further dig site and discovery of further un-be-knowst artifacts and history previously unknown. It seems, that yes the experience and knowledge of such sites are almost routine however, whenever man re-discoveres something fascinating the norms of the day dictate that ‘aha’ this is what it is and we need search no longer. As a dedicated student of history, archeology, anthropology/socialogy and other disciplines, mankind always stops short of finding truly remarkable, historical etc. knowledge due to the arrogance that states: ”There, we have found this, and because we are so well versed in what we have been taught or learned, now we can reasonably stop”. Then perhaps ten to fifty years on, serendipity steps up to the plate and imagine that, we were wrong. I know, I know that this is always debateable and put through the wringer, but surely our ability to reason and think does not stop with, well I found what I was looking for and all comes to an unthinkable stop. We are just heading into learning more about this planet and yes politics, wars, greed, etc., all play their little bits in stopping things but our thinking MUST change if we are truly interested in the truth of our and the planets history. Just a wee concern but one that will fill the cosmos (world) with knowledge rediscovered if all the disciplines worked as a team imagine the rich finds that would be rediscovered and the knowledge that would perhaps show how truly remarkable we were when we first started our human journey upon this wonderful home, planet earth. But I am still very appreciative for sites such as Documentary Heaven, where at least we amateur-varied interested souls might put the peices together ourselves. Just a thought to meditate upon from one not so fortunate as to have been educated by the affluent few. No offence meant.

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