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The Lost City of Roman Britain

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One of Roman Britain's greatest mysteries lay undetected in the heart of the Hampshire countryside until recently. All that remains of the missing city of Calleva Atrebatum is a wall around 100 hectares of empty fields. How could a city once as important as Canterbury simply disappear?
Using advanced computer graphics this Meet the Ancestors special fills in the gaps to rebuild the city and examine the reasons behind its abandonment. With Julian Richards.
Producer Sophie Robinson ; Executive producers Steve Wilkinson and Jonathan Stamp www.bbc.co.uk/history/programmes/meettheancestors

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Unknown: Julian Richards.
Producer: Sophie Robinson
Producers: Steve Wilkinson
Producers: Jonathan Stamp

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The Lost City of Roman Britain

BBC Two England, 5 March 2003 21.00






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