Near the fabled Pompeii is Herculaneum, another city buried and frozen in time by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius. Herculaneum Uncovered follows geo-archaeologists as they unearth precious artifacts that reveal what life was like before the eruption, and how the volcano devastated the town in a very different manner to Pompeii.
availableall_members1081215284329cove108Herculaneum UncoveredDiscover the fabled city of Herculaneum destroyed by Mt. Vesuvius 2,000 years agoIn A.D. 79, the people of Herculaneum, a seaside town in Italy's Bay of Naples, watched in horror as Mount Vesuvius erupted, hurling a boiling, churning column of gas and ash 10 miles high into the sky towards the neighboring city of Pompeii. It was only a matter of time before Vesuvius would unleash its fury on Herculaneum, killing its citizens in an even more spectacular and gruesome way.2008-05-02 00:01:00publishdisabledshowfalse3119Discovery and development of Bronze Age SwordsThe expert swordsman demonstrate the sword making process of the Bronze Age2016-10-26 22:00:00http://www.pbs.org/wnet/secrets/files/2016/10/sede-1601-clip3-mez-480x270.jpg2365871483cove3116Discovery of the Bronze Age BoatsThe discovery of log boats suggests the villagers at the Must Farm were travelers. 2016-10-26 22:00:00http://www.pbs.org/wnet/secrets/files/2016/10/sede-1601-clip2-mez-480x270.jpg2365871473cove