A History of Celtic Britain

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Neil Oliver returns to continue his epic story of how Britain and its people came to be. Diving for 3,000-year-old treasure and pot-holing through an ancient copper mine he discovers how a golden age of bronze collapsed into social and economic crisis set against a period of sharp climate change, eventually to be replaced by a new era, of iron. Continuing his journey into our ancient past, Neil Oliver explores the age of Celtic Britain - a time of warriors, druids, and kings of unimaginable wealth. Neil encounters a celebrated warrior from 300 BC, owner of the finest Iron Age sword ever discovered. He tries his hand at divination in an effort to discover the power of Celtic priests and searches into his own DNA for clues to Celtic identity. Continuing his epic story, Neil Oliver explores the remains of brutal Iron Age battles and Celtic rebellion as he reaches the moment when Celtic Britain was ripped apart by the world's great empire - the Roman army. Neil Oliver completes his epic journey through thousands of years of ancient history with the modern marvels of Rome. Digging beneath a London tower block, discovering building work from a massive stadium, and encountering the remains of an African woman who lived in York 1800 years ago - all evidence of the extraordinary multicultural modern world of Rome.

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  • Zouzou Kaouther

    i can not enter to this site; so can u please send to me what i need in my e-mail

  • Zouzou Kaouther

    plz i need the manifistation and the  remains of celtic empire on the world and on britain

  • fifimsp

    I'll watch anything this guy does. He's just too dam adorable. 

  • Zod

    The program is a history of celtic Britain so North America isn't relevant

  • Suckmydick

     lol always going according to conventional science oh no cant dig beneath a certain level and discover bronze way older and in north America.

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