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Bettany Hughes: Treasures of the World

Gold ring from Ure, Saaremaa. For more information, look: here.

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We are very glad to have been part of the filming the third season of the documentary series “Treasures of the World” led by historian Bettany Hughes. Come and discover in the second episode the treasures found from Saaremaa together with us! 

Exploring places rich with amazing civilisations, unfolding excavations and startling new discoveries, the third season of Bettany Hughes’ Treasures of the World returns to Channel 4 on the 6th April at 7pm.  

At a time when the world feels more fractured than ever, Bettany and her production team and their network of international archaeologists are unswerving in their commitment making films that deepen our understanding of the human experience and evidence the joined-up nature of global history from all points of the compass.  

Bettany Hughes’ Treasures of the World tells the stories of extraordinary people who’ve changed the destiny of humankind and archaeological wonders that shape the story of the world. Bettany travels to places where a mosaic of cultures generates a dynamic history and where the past lives on in the present. 

In this third season of Treasures of the World, Bettany visits the Estonian enclave where women rule, experiences extraordinary ancient traditions still practiced by the Muslim Pomaks in Bulgaria and discovers the Amazon warrior graves in Azerbaijan which are redrawing the boundaries between myth and history.  Across Albania, Georgia and the Eastern Mediterranean she discovers remote communities, fresh archaeological digs and surprising untold stories.  

Sandstone Global has put together an award-winning team of filmmakers and creatives to produce an epic, cinematic journey showcasing the world’s most stunning and significant historical sites. An immersive, joyful, once in a lifetime journey to the heart of the human story.
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The episodes on Channel 4 website are: here.

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