Verulamium – The Musical!

Film and archaeology–any tips on sources??

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The last two posts about crowdfunding archaeology and the news of the Gertrude Bell documentary mean I’ve carried on thinking about archaeology films. Still not Indiana Jones, although I can easily be distracted should anyone wish to have an Indiana Jones conversation. I’m particularly fond of the Lego Indiana Jones film sections on the DS games my son plays,

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but that is completely by-the-by – as I said, I’m easily distracted. Although, as an aside to the aside, that’s the first image I’ve posted for ages. No, I’m thinking of the films of Sutton Hoo (and wasn’t there news a few years back that the British Museum had a cine film shot by Phillips or a member of his family?) the clearing of Tutankhamun’s grave, Wheeler’s Verulamium excavations*, as well as oddities such as this, the surviving film of Animal Vegetable, Mineral  and…

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