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Ancient flint mines documentary
The Neolithic flint mines at Spiennes, covering more than 100 ha, are the largest and earliest concentration of ancient mines in Europe. They are also remarkable for the diversity of technological solutions used for extraction and for the fact that they are directly linked to a settlement of the same period. Source: UNESCO TV / © NHK Nippon Hoso Kyokai URL: http://whc.unesco.org/en/list/1006/
A tour of the neolithic flint mines near the southern Belgian town of Spiennes. For a thousand years, starting around 4600 BC, neolithic humans dug deep mine shafts here to mine flint, using only bones, antlers and flint axes. Going down into the mines was a real thrill! More World Heritage sites in Belgium: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLT9964WmoqNi9_rjpa1K4ne0DO8fKuq0i More mining World Heritage sites: Major Mining Sites of Wallonia: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c_4kBl_mykA Blaenavon Industrial Landscape: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_EmDgEe74TE Cornish Mining Landscape: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M6WrC940XYM Don't forget to Like and Subscribe to see more of my UNESCO World Heritage Journey! Music: Bensound.com - Happiness Underground images courtesy of Jean-Pol ...
c 2600BC, Near Brandon, Norflok, England. Neolithic miners go underground to get more flint. The miners go deep under ground to find flint, building platforms as they go downwards. Once at the floorstone flint, the miners dug tunnels outwards from the bottom, following the flint seam. The medium-depth shafts yielded as much as 60 tons of flint nodules. These were brought to the surface and roughly worked into shape on site. The blank tools were then possibly traded elsewhere for final polishing.
Grime’s Graves is the only Neolithic flint mine open to visitors in Britain. This grassy lunar landscape of 400 pits was first named Grim’s Graves by the Anglo-Saxons. It was not until one of them was excavated in 1870 that they were identified as flint mines dug over 5,000 years ago. A small exhibition area illustrates the history of this fascinating site. Visitors can descend 9 metres (30 ft) by ladder into one excavated shaft to see the jet-black flint.
I am again with the Osmo DJI camera filming another POV walk. Sit back and let me take the strain as I climb the steep hills at Cissbury, near Worthing, West Sussex as I search for the neolithic flint mines and the wild horses that graze there. Support me at patreon: http://www.Patreon.com/RichardVobes I film with a Gopro and Zyiun Smooth 3 Gimbal. Check out the Gimbal here: http://amzn.to/2ubm3rA GoPro here: http://amzn.to/2wv8FiN
The Neolithic mines in Spiennes, a UNESCO World Heritage Site The network of mines at Spiennes goes back to about 5,000 BC, a little before the beginning of the present era. The chalk is primarily made up of ancient sea beds, deposits wich date back millions of years. Spiennes is one of the most beautiful archeological sites in Europe, and its sheer size and the excellent state in wich it has been preserved make it one of the most important examples of mining sites from the Neolithic Age
HISTORY: ............... Grime’s Graves is the only Neolithic flint mine open to visitors in Britain. This grassy lunar landscape of 400 pits was first named Grim’s Graves by the Anglo-Saxons. It was not until one of them was excavated in 1870 that they were identified as flint mines dug over 5,000 years ago. Grime's Graves is a large Neolithic flint mining complex in Norfolk, England. It lies 8 km (5.0 mi) north east from Brandon, Suffolk in the East of England. It was worked between c. 3000 and c. 1900 BC, although production may have continued well into the Bronze and Iron Ages (and later) owing to the low cost of flint compared with metals. Flint was much in demand for making polished stone axes in the Neolithic period. Much later, when flint had been replaced by metal tools, flint nod...
Just a neat little lucrative area of goodies.
Creating the storyboard, modeling lighting texturing, animating environment and props in order to create a video for the Spiennes Neolithic flint mines Museum (Unesco site). Performed extensive research, including site visits and consulted with leading experts to ensure a high degree of scientific accuracy and an animation sequence both educational and entertaining.
*Reupload* The long awaited Urbex Productions Easter Special. To mark the occasion of Easter Sunday, I ventured alone into a series of 18th century flint mines that once sprawled underneath the the historical Somerset town of Chard.
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We visit the neolithic mines in Norfolk, Grime's Graves. The grassy lunar landscape of 400 pits was first named Grim’s Graves by the Anglo-Saxons. It was not until one of them was excavated in 1870 that they were identified as flint mines dug over 5,000 years ago. We also descend by ladder into one of the excavated shafts to see the jet-black flint. Set amid the distinctive Breckland heath landscape, Grime’s Graves is also a Site of Special Scientific Interest and a habitat for rare plants and fauna. **PLEASE LIKE AND SUBSCRIBE!!!** Twitter: @Dis_DeeHazel Instagram: Dis_DeeHazel
A tour of some of the major mining sites in Wallonia, southern Belgium. It's hard to believe these days that Belgium was once the most industrialised nation in Europe with hundreds of coalmines across the landscape, but it's true. Today very little remains, with relics like the Bois-du-Luc mine and the Grand-Hornu mine that we visited on our travels. More World Heritage sites in Belgium: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLT9964WmoqNi9_rjpa1K4ne0DO8fKuq0i More mining World Heritage sites: Neolithic Flint Mines of Spiennes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EgeslbuAxgY Blaenavon Industrial Landscape: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_EmDgEe74TE Cornish Mining Landscape: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M6WrC940XYM Don't forget to Like and Subscribe to see more of my UNESCO World Heritag...
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As seen on SkyEye Britain - LAUNCHING IN EARLY 2013! - www.skyeye-app.com This is the site of a Neolithic flint mine, which may well go back to 3000 BC. It was named Grim's Graben much later by the Saxons, after their god Grim, and 'graben', meaning quarries. It is possible to climb down one of the shafts, and is the only one of its kind open to the public in the UK.
A tour of the now-defunct copper and tin mines of Cornwall in south-western England. Such a beautiful part of the country, and hard to believe that this place was once a powerhouse of world industry! Some areas are now used as sets and backdrops for the BBC series Poldark. More World Heritage sites in the United Kingdom: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLT9964WmoqNhrfjFe0H-TSREnPAbJ3-ci More mining World Heritage sites: Neolithic Flint Mines of Spiennes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EgeslbuAxgY Blaenavon Mining Landscape: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_EmDgEe74TE Roman Gold Mines of Las Medulas: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sgf9Jy5_Oho Don't forget to Like and Subscribe to see more of my UNESCO World Heritage Journey! Music: Bensound.com - Happiness
This Dam is situated on Stirling Hill near the Village of Boddam Aberdeenshire Scotland, it was built for the Local Granite Polishing works near by, the Dam called the Den Dam is no longer in use but has been used for the Traditional Boddam Boaties model sailboat races for over 150yrs. The Dam sits on a very Important Historical Ancient Flint Mine site.