Shared March 20, 2013
The Team goes in search of a possible Anglo-Saxon settlement at Knave Hill in Leicestershire.
For nearly 30 years, archaeologists have been fieldwalking extensively in Leicestershire. Unlike in many other parts of the country, the soil conditions are such that pottery preserves well in the ground here, so their efforts have turned up a number of concentrations of Anglo-Saxon pottery.
There are only eight fully excavated Anglo-Saxon settlements in the whole of Britain. Can Time Team claim to have found the ninth?
Time Team S15-E10 Keeping Up with the Georgians, Hunstrete, Somerset
Time Team S15-E11 Mysteries of the Mosaic, Coberley, Gloucestershire
Time Team Special 30 (2008) - The Real Knights of the Round Table (Windsor, Berkshire)
Time Team S15-E12 From Constantinople to Cornwall, Padstow, North Cornwall
Time Team Special 57 (2014) - Britain's Bronze Age Mummies (Low Hauxley, Northumberland, England)
Time Team S15-E13 The Fort of the Earls, Dungannon, Northern Ireland
Time Team Special 10 (2002) - Londinium, The Edge of Empire (London)
Time.Team.S16-E04 Anarchy in the UK: Radcot, Oxfordshire
Fact or Fiction E04 Robin Hood
Time Team S16-E06 The Trouble with Temples: Friar's Wash, Hertfordshire
Time Team S16-E13 Skeletons in the Shed: Blythburgh, Suffolk
Time Team S17-E05 Sutton Courtenay