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A famous face from Carmarthen who brought archaeology to the world.

Byline: Dr David R. Howell

If you want to find archaeologists on television these days, you really do need to search for them.

While there is no doubt a broad range of archaeological and classical themed productions to be found on screen, to find many of them you'll need to stay up late.

The witching hours of BBC4 scheduling is where many archaeologists and their output can now be found.

But roll the clock back half a century, and there was a time when, it could be argued, archaeologists were among the most important and recognisable people on television. Among the most famous of them, was the Welsh archaeologist Glyn Daniel.

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Publication:Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Oct 20, 2015
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