PBS NewsHour

Europe’s dry summer yields an archaeological treasure trove

Clip: 08/31/2018 | 4m 19s Video has closed captioning.

Prolonged, extreme heat in parts of Europe this summer has meant sweaty suffering for residents. But one group celebrated the unusually warm and dry conditions: archaeologists. Crop marks and glacial melt have revealed a treasure trove of historic landmarks. Julia Griffin shares the intriguing discoveries of a summer swelter.

Aired: 08/31/18

Rating: NR

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