History You Can Touch

History You Can Touch is a study of the first monuments on the landscape of Great Britain, including the West Kennet Long Barrow in Wiltshire and the Belas Knapp Long Barrow in the Cotswolds.

England is littered with the remains of man from the early history. Richard Vobes is off to discover the first of the monuments left on this land by them and who were the early plunderers of their tombs and burial mounds.

With stunning photography and inventive computer graphics this short documentary proves to be the start of series of films looking at English history and culture.

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