Strata: Portraits of Humanity
features cave diving and Roman villa
See archaeologists dive on a submerged cave in the Philippines and watch English excavators uncover a Roman villa in the November 2016 edition of Strata: Portraits of Humanity, available online and on TV: (1) Archaeologists dive on Marigondon Cave, best known as one of the most famous diving spots in Cebu City, Philippines. It would have been above sea level during the last glacial periods of 22,000 and 38,000 BP so it could have been inhabited then. (2) Archaeologists carried out excavations over the summer of 2014 on the route to bypass Cannington, a town in West Somerset, England. They found the remains of three Roman buildings, including a high-status villa complete with under-floor heating and evidence of painted wall plaster and a slate roof. Unlike any other show available anywhere, Strata is a fresh monthly showcase for unique, captivating and diverse stories about our cultural heritage from an archaeological perspective. We have a video promo for the show at http://youtu.be/81RLqBhKd4A. Check it out! You can see this monthly half-hour show on our nonprofit streaming-media Web site, The Archaeology Channel (http://www.archaeologychannel.org) as well as on cable TV in cities across the US and even in Serbia. Strata program details can be found at http://www.archaeologychannel.org/video-guide/strata-portraits-of-humanity. The growing list of cable TV stations carrying the show is available at http://www.archaeologychannel.org/video-guide/strata-portraits-of-humanity/184-additional-articles/1963-strata-portraits-of-humanity-on-cable-tv. They include placement in the local on-demand menu of Comcast Cable in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and California.
Date & Time
November 18, 2016