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Yorkshire’s “Sacred Vale” – The Dawn of Brigantia

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    George
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    The “Sacred” Vale of Mowbray – Brigantia’s Neolithic Capital? More than 2,000 years before the discovery and widespread use of Iron an unprecedented b
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    Please help. I’m Thomas and in the embryonic stages of doing a film next year about old Brigantia. I have studied this lot but still a novice, need knowledge and alot of it. Most would be from the  earliest Brigantia history to 69AD. Any help appreciated and thanks!

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    George
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    Hey Thomas! Welcome to the site! Well there’s not a great deal of knowledge about Brigantia from that period, we have some ancient remains, some words by Tacitus and a bunch of theories, which can’t be proven. Much of the debate these days centres around Stanwick, which is an amazing place – the largest fort ever built in Britain, and the debate centres around whether it was Cartimandua’s capital or Venutius’ last stand.

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    George
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    What sort of timespan do you see your film covering Thomas?

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