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Proceedings

Author : Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society
ISBN : UOM:39015035491086
Genre : Archaeology
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List of members in each volume.
Category: Archaeology

Fossil Reptiles Of Great Britain

Author : Michael Benton
ISBN : 9789401105194
Genre : Science
File Size : 56.67 MB
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This volume details all British sites that have yielded fossil reptiles, describing in detail the fifty most important localities and providing an extensive bibliography of everything published on British Fossil reptiles since 1676.
Category: Science

Mary Anning

Author : Sally M. Walker
ISBN : 9781575054575
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Describes the life of Mary Anning, who discovered many of the best and most complete fossils in nineteenth-century England, yet received little credit for her work.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Proceedings

Author : Somersetshire Archaeological and Natural History Society
ISBN : STANFORD:36105014928100
Genre : Archaeology
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Category: Archaeology

The Iron Age In Lowland Britain

Author : D.W. Harding
ISBN : 9781317602866
Genre : Social Science
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This book was written at a time when the older conventional diffusionist view of prehistory, largely associated with the work of V. Gordon Childe, was under rigorous scrutiny from British prehistorians, who still nevertheless regarded the ‘Arras’ culture of eastern Yorkshire and the ‘Belgic’ cemeteries of south-eastern Britain as the product of immigrants from continental Europe. Sympathetic to the idea of population mobility as one mechanism for cultural innovation, as widely recognized historically, it nevertheless attempted a critical re-appraisal of the southern British Iron Age in its continental context. Subsequent fashion in later prehistoric studies has favoured economic, social and cognitive approaches, and the cultural-historical framework has largely been superseded. Routine use of radiocarbon dating and other science-based applications, and new field data resulting from developer-led archaeology have revolutionized understanding of the British Iron Age, and once again raised issues of its relationship to continental Europe.
Category: Social Science