Tony, Carenza and Phil from Time Team head out west for this special episode. The first permanent British settlement in America was in 1607, in Jamestown, Virginia - now identified as the birthplace of modern America. Archaeologist Bill Kelso has located the site of the original fort; while the design of the houses has been traced to the modern stud housing of East Lincolnshire. Due to detailed records in America and England, it is possible to name specific individuals from their remains or artefacts. An old well is proving a rich source of finds, including an iron halberd and a child's shoe. No copyright infringement has been intended by the uploading of this video; I am simply trying to share this amazingly interesting series.
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http://www.facebook.com/historicjamestowne The Jamestown Rediscovery crew begins to examine two ovens in a 1607 or 1608 cellar. The ovens have been carved into the clay side walls of the cellar.
Grant Wood, better known to most people for his iconic painting “American Gothic,” created this lithograph featured in Omaha Hr 1. What’s its story? Find out in this all-new episode premiering Monday, April 18th at 8/7C on PBS! ANTIQUES ROADSHOW airs Mondays at 8/7C PM & 9/8C PM on PBS. Watch full-length episodes of ANTIQUES ROADSHOW at http://www.pbs.org/show/antiques-roadshow Be sure to follow us on Twitter & Instagram @RoadshowPBS, Pinterest, and Facebook! Visit www.pbs.org/antiques for more videos and features from the show.