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Everyone's favourite "Uncle Archeology"

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Everyone's favourite "Uncle Archeology"

It seems that Time Team's Mick Aston has died aged 66. He inspired a lot of people to get involved with hands-on archeology. He'll be missed.
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Re: Everyone's favourite "Uncle Archeology"

This fellah......

I've watched Time Team with interest.
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wonder what took him off? 66 is no age today  Sad
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Sad, very sad! Cry
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Yeah,..... I love to watch Time Team..... apart from some of  the "interesting" theory`s they put forward about the places they have dug.... but the really "odd-ball" characters in it....
Ok... so the two main "professors"... with unruly hair and dress sense, are "complimented" by an ex- actor who has earned himself a knighthood ( I believe ) for his presentation of the program !...
As an aside, and no disrespect meant....... I wonder if...... When the Romans come back in 2,000 years time, they will dig his bones and say... "Alas, Poor Yorrick, I knew him well, he used to be on Time Team a couple of thousand years ago"  Smiley )
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