People and Places - Iron Age archaeological dig: Ballanorris, Isle of Man
An overview of the 2011 archaeological dig of an Iron Age site at Ballanorris in the Isle of Man.
During the summer of 2011 an archaeological dig took place on the Isle of Man near the small village of Ballabeg.
At an ancient Iron Age site called allanorris a team of professionals and students, led by Professor Harold Mytum of the Centre for Manx Studies, brought together by the Centre for Manx Studies, uncovered more secrets of this important site first excavated during World War II by Gerhard Bersu.
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Iron Age archaeological dig: Ballanorris, Isle of Man