SounVid Archaeology focuses on Archaeological excavation photography (AEP) as a means to document historical and archaeological sites and artefacts. Along with offering publication-quality pictures. SounVid Archaeology can also provide high-quality video documentaries fully produced with subtitles and original music.
As a postgraduate archaeologist at University College London, I decided to combine into SounVid Archaeology my artistic competences with academic studies and my passion for exploring.
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Teotihuacan is one of the most stunning and mysterious archaeological sites around the world.
L’Avenida de los Muertos rises towards the Cierro Gordo mountain, showing the majesty of ‘the place where the gods reside’.
Originated in the enchanting isle of Sardinia, the Nuragic civilization produced unique artifacts and buildings, leaving traces of past traditions unusual in the Mediterranean sea.
A fantastic discovery by the archaeologist Stephen Wass of a renaissance garden in Oxfordshire abandoned and hidden under the canopy for over three hundred years.
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Some of the most beautiful and well preserved sites in England are exceptionally well preserved thanks to the work of English Heritage. Stonehenge, Hadrian's Wall, and many other incredible sites to discover.
A tour of some of the most stunning Neolithic archaeological sites I have explored in Europe.
The journey of our ancestors throughout the lands of France, Italy, Germany, and UK.