Prehistory
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        Paperback / softback

        Publication Date

        20 Oct 2000
        9931047
        9931047

        Main Summary

          The landscape is full of evidence of the people who lived in the vast period of time covering over 99% of the human past, which we now refer to as ‘prehistory’. This book outlines our present understanding of what life must have been like so long ago, now less sketchy thanks to recent archaeological investigation. It shows how studying the evidence can be used in a number of curriculum subjects. This book suggests educational strategies for the use of historic landscapes, sites and buildings.

          Additional Information

          Author

          Peter Stone
          Timothy Darvill
          Mike Corbishley

          Publishing Status

          Active

          Size

          297mm

          Number of Illustrations

          75

          Number of Pages

          36

          ISBN

          9781850743255

          Contents

            About this book Timeline In amongst the ice Recolonizing the North Social change The age of Stonehenge People everywhere and a good climate Conflict and the rise of the Hillfort Living on the edge of Empire Documentary evidence Educational approaches Bibliography and Resources

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