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 Exploring Prehistoric Roman England by Barry Marsden

Exploring Prehistoric Roman England by Barry Marsden

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Exploring Prehistoric Roman England by Barry Marsden
Soft back, 142 pages, Illustrated Colour, 19cm x 25cm
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Exploring Prehistoric Roman England by Barry Marsden
Soft back, 142 pages, Illustrated Colour, 19cm x 25cm


 

A comprehensive guide into Prehistoric and Roman England. Includes maps and numerous colour photo’s of sites and some fascinating finds. A guide to sites, monuments, artefacts and museums you may like to visit.

Exploring Prehistoric Roman England contents:

  • Chapter 1: The Palaeolithic and Mesolithic ages
  • Chapter 2: The Neolithic Age
  • Chapter 3: The Bronze Ages
  • Chapter 4: The iron Age
  • Chapter 5: The Roman Period
  • Museums to Visit
  • Select Bibliography
 

On the back cover:

Barry M. Marsden is a retired lecturer in history and archaeology, who has also taught extramural courses on Prehistoric and Roman Britain for various universities and the Workers Educational Association over many years. One of his major interests is the history of archaeology in Britain, and his 'The Early Barrow Diggers' (Tempus 1999) is the standard work on the subject. He holds a lifetime interest in military aviation, especially RAF fighter operations in the Second World War, and is also an expert on electric transport, having researched the histories of several tram and trolleybus systems in his native Derbyshire. He has written nearly 20 books and numerous articles. He has been a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London for over 20 years, and is a member of the institute of Field Archaeologists.

Additional Information •• Exploring Prehistoric Roman England by Barry Marsden

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