5 edition of Deconstructing the Durotriges found in the catalog.
Originally presented as the authors thesis (doctoral--Reading University).Includes bibliographical references (p. 383-411) and index.
|Statement||John and Erica Hedges Ltd.|
|Publishers||John and Erica Hedges Ltd.|
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|Pagination||xvi, 63 p. :|
|Number of Pages||93|
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|3||BAR British series -- 462|
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This comprehensive and lavishly illustrated volume provides a survey of over 3260 hoards of Iron Age and Roman coins found in England and Wales with a detailed analysis and discussion.
A recurring theme considers how Iron Age enclosures created, curated, formed or deconstructed memory and identity, and how by enclosing space, these communities opened links to an earlier past in order to understand or express their Iron Age presence. Traditionally it has been believed that the Durotrigans formed a tribe whose territory included Dorset and parts of neighbouring Somerset, Wiltshire and Hampshire.
For the most part, developments in other Deconstructing the Durotriges were assumed to be secondary in character and of relatively little significance. All funds donated are collected by Catch in Bentleigh East, Victoria and will be given to the nominated fundraiser. Author: Rachel Pope Publisher: Oxbow Books Limited ISBN: 1785709097 Category: History Page: 416 View: 820 The Earlier Iron Age c.
This dissertation considers the evidence for the Durotriges, one of the groups of people listed by the Greek geographer Ptolemy in the 2nd century AD. Ptolemy's second century geography is the main source traditionally used when dividing pre-Roman Britain into tribal areas.
You can contact us on 1300 222 824. Ptolemy's second century geography is the main source traditionally used when dividing pre-Roman Britain into tribal areas. Ancient rivers have altered many Palaeolithic Deconstructing the Durotriges, obfuscating our ability to understand early human behavior. New research is promoting reappraisals of Britain's prehistory, in ways which challenge many ideas, such as that of a familiar Celtic past.
Throughout Britain, the extent and vitality of the social changes taking place during the later first millennium BC is becoming more apparent, as is the long-term character of many of the processes involved.
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Somehow Queen Lowa must repel the invasion, although her best general is dead and her young druid powerless.