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Author : Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society
ISBN : UOM:39015035491086
Genre : Archaeology
File Size : 44.10 MB
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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 : 38.99 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 : 1575054256
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

Processes Of Cultural Change And Integration In The Roman World

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ISBN : 9789004294554
Genre : History
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Processes of Cultural Change and Integration in the Roman World is a collection of studies on the mechanisms by which interaction occurred between Rome and the peoples that became part of its Empire between c. 300 BC and AD 300.
Category: History

Landscape Monuments And Society

Author : John Barrett
ISBN : 052132128X
Genre : History
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Cranborne Chase, in central southern England, is the area where British field archaeology developed in its modern form. The site of General Pitt Rivers' pioneering excavations in the nineteenth century, Cranborne Chase also provides a microcosm of virtually all the major types of filed monument present in southern England as a whole. Much of the archaeological material has fortuitously survived, offering the fullest chronological cover of any part of the prehistoric British landscape. Martin Green began working in this region in 1968 and was joined by John Barrett and Richard Bradley in 1977 for a fuller programme of survey and excavation that lasted for nearly ten years. In this important study, they apply some of the questions in prehistory to one of the first regions of the country to be studied in such detail. The book is a regional study of long-term change in British prehistory, and contains a unique collection of data. A landmark in the archaeological literature, it will be essential reading for students and scholars of British prehistory and social and historical geography, and also for all those involved with archaeological methods.
Category: History