Limit search to available items
Streaming video

Title Archaeology at the Big Dig / Director: Kade, Artur
Published Australia : SBS [broadcaster], 2020 April 27 at 16:05:00
[Place of production not identified] : [Production company not identified], 2020
Online access available from:
Informit EduTV    View Resource Record  


Description 1 online resource (streaming video file) (31 min. 25 sec.) ; bytes
Summary Explore Sydney's past through the archaeological excavation of The Big Dig site in The Rocks. The Big Dig excavations began in 1994, uncovering over a million artefacts and the remnant foundations of over 30 buildings, including early convict homes and businesses. It is one of the largest urban archaeological sites in Australia, and provides a rare insight into early urban life in Sydney. The site is open to the public and plays an active educational role for school students
Notes Closed captioning in English
Classification PG ACMA
Subject Unesco.
Archaeology and history.
Cultural property.
Documentary television programs.
Excavations (Archaeology) -- Research.
History, Ancient.
Genre/Form Documentary
Form Streaming video
Author Kade, Artur, director
Stevenson, Jason, director.
Cowlrick, Matt, contributor.