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Sacred Wonders of Britain

Sacred Wonders of Britain

Details: 2013 Factual television 1 season
Descr: Archaeologist, historian and broadcaster Neil Oliver sets off on a journey to reveal the sacred face of Britain, an ancient landscape of belief and ritual that still lies hidden just below the surface of the modern world. The three-part series sees Oliver search for the very first stirrings of religion in Britain, discover clues to a world of magic and ritual etched into the rock of Creswell Crags by Ice Age hunters, and reveal how stone age miners in Norfolk carried their religion deep underground. He also discovers how a new age of belief swept away the old religions and changed Britain forever.
First Episode Date: December 30, 2013
Final Episode Date: January 13, 2014
Presented By: Neil Oliver
Network: BBC Two
Number Of Episodes: 3
Cast: Neil Oliver

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