Unearthed in 2013, Part 1


08 Aug 2013, London, England, UK --- REFILE - REMOVING RESTRICTIONS An archaeologist digs out skeletons from the site of the graveyard of the Bethlehem, or Bedlam, hospital next to Liverpool Street Station in the City of London, August 7, 2013. The dig is on the site of the future ticket hall for the Crossrail station at Liverpool Street. Archaeologists have a window of time to dig through parts of London's first municipal graveyard from the 16 and 17th century; and through to the Roman ruins beneath; before the site is handed back to contractors building the ticket hall for the Crossrail station. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY) --- Image by © ANDREW WINNING/Reuters/Corbis
08 Aug 2013, London, England, UK --- REFILE - REMOVING RESTRICTIONS An archaeologist digs out skeletons from the site of the graveyard of the Bethlehem, or Bedlam, hospital next to Liverpool Street Station in the City of London, August 7, 2013. The dig is on the site of the future ticket hall for the Crossrail station at Liverpool Street. Archaeologists have a window of time to dig through parts of London's first municipal graveyard from the 16 and 17th century; and through to the Roman ruins beneath; before the site is handed back to contractors building the ticket hall for the Crossrail station. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY) --- Image by © ANDREW WINNING/Reuters/Corbis

What historical revelations revealed themselves in 2013? So many, we need two episodes to cover them all. From Viking jewelry to lost Doctor Who episodes and -- of course -- bodies in car parks, history showed up in some surprising places this year.

Topics in this Podcast: historical discoveries, Unearthed!, exhumations, Ancient History, archaeology