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Bettany Hughes' Treasures Of The World

...of the World: Bettany Hughes reveals the hidden treasures of Estonia, uncovering evidence of sacrifice and shipwrecks and visiting 'the last European matriarchy'. (S3 Ep2)

Series 3
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...of the World: Bettany Hughes explores Albania's Adriatic coast, following in Julius Caesar's footsteps in Oricum and Apollonia, and discovering Albania's own 'Braveheart'. (S3 Ep1)
Series 1
...the World: Istanbul: Digs at Besiktas Metro Station reveal a multi-layered site and information on Istanbul's original inhabitants. And Bettany visits the Basilica Cistern. (Ep5/5)
...the World: Mediterranean Islands - Bettany visits Gorham's Cave on Gibraltar, known for the mask of Medusa, and samples the Roman thermal baths on the Italian island of Ischia. (Ep4/5)
...the World: Gibraltar: Bettany Hughes visits the mysterious Vanguard Cave to see the world's first Neanderthal art, and comes face-to-face with a cheeky Barbary macaque monkey. (Ep3/5)
...the World: Malta - Bettany Hughes discovers how Malta has become a cultural hub laden with some of the world's best treasures, from the Hypogeum temple to the Lascaris War Rooms. (Ep2/5)
...the World: Greece - Bettany Hughes explores treasures and new finds across the world. She travels to Athens, Nafplio and Sparta, and visits Alexander the Great's birthplace. (Ep1/5)
Series 2
...the World: Oman: Bettany visits the crowning glory of Bronze Age Oman: 5000-year-old beehive-shaped tombs, and an ancient irrigation system that forged the country's culture. (S2 Ep7)
...the World: Albania: Bettany explores mountainous Albania, from epic fortress towns to breathtaking archaeological sites and the secret underground bunker of a former dictator.
...the World: Azerbaijan: Bettany uncovers 40,000-year-old rock art in Gobustan, then heads to Shaki, an important stop on the ancient Silk Road, and the Caucasus mountains. (S2 Ep8)
...the World: Eastern Turkey: Bettany explores the cave cities of Cappadocia, the 10,000-year-old temple at Göbeklitepe, and Mount Nemrut: the world's highest open-air museum. (S2 Ep5)
...of the World: Turkey: Sea and Secrets: In Bodrum, Bettany gains unprecedented access to the recently unearthed tomb of the leader of a 4th century BCE dynasty. (S2 Ep4)
...of the World: Cyprus: Bettany explores Cyprus, the mythological birthplace of the goddess Aphrodite. And in the Troodos Mountains, she discovers stunning Byzantine churches. (S2 Ep3)
...of the World: Jordan: Bettany visits three biblical sites: Bethany Beyond the Jordan; the Dead Sea; and Machaerus, where John the Baptist was imprisoned and killed. (S2 Ep2)
...of the World: Arabia: Bettany visits the Red Sea with its outstanding corals and marine life, and Petra, the stunning city of temples and tombs carved into the rose-tinted rock. (S2 Ep1)
...the World: Mediterranean Islands - Bettany visits Gorham's Cave on Gibraltar, known for the mask of Medusa, and samples the Roman thermal baths on the Italian island of Ischia. (Ep4/5)
...the World: Gibraltar: Bettany Hughes visits the mysterious Vanguard Cave to see the world's first Neanderthal art, and comes face-to-face with a cheeky Barbary macaque monkey. (Ep3/5)
...the World: Malta - Bettany Hughes discovers how Malta has become a cultural hub laden with some of the world's best treasures, from the Hypogeum temple to the Lascaris War Rooms. (Ep2/5)
...the World: Greece - Bettany Hughes explores treasures and new finds across the world. She travels to Athens, Nafplio and Sparta, and visits Alexander the Great's birthplace. (Ep1/5)
...the World - Istanbul: Digs at Besiktas Metro Station reveal a multi-layered site and information on Istanbul's original inhabitants. And Bettany visits the Basilica Cistern. (Ep5/5)
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