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Chronicle: Egypt, Rome and Britain

on BBC Two England

A Chronicle magazine

Egypt: The famous temples on the island of Philae are being drowned by the Aswan High Dam - UNESCO has a plan to save them.

Rome: New light on the Roman Baths at Bath. Professor Barry Cunliffe has excavated a new area which will soon be open to the public.

Britain: The Duke of Edinburgh recently opened the Neptune Hall at the National Maritime Museum. Centrepiece is the paddle-wheel tug Reliant which started life on the Manchester Ship Canal in 1907.



Gary Watson
Julia Cave
Executive Producer:
Paul Johnstone
Archaeologist (Rome):
Professor Barry Cunliffe

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