From the author of 'Britain BC', 'Britain AD' and 'Britain in the Middle Ages' comes the fourth and final part in a critically acclaimed series on Britain's hidden past
Encompassing a sweep of human history, this title begins with one of the earliest surviving objects made by human hands, a chopping tool from the Olduvai gorge in Africa, and...
Chris Webber gives an overview of Thracian history and culture, but focuses predominantly on their warfare and weapons. The latest archaeological finds are used to give the most detailed and...
The Art of the Body offers a series of comparative and thematic accounts, demonstrating the range of cultural ideas and anxieties that were explored through the figure of the body...
A critical account of how the history of Africa has been understood, interpreted and misinterpreted from the 19th century to today.
Helps the student understand the numerous artefacts from Roman Britain and what they reveal about life in the province.
Takes an original approach to the history of humanity, using objects which previous civilisations have left behind them, often accidentally, as prisms through which we can explore past worlds and...
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Manolis Andronicos; E....
Part of the volume entitled "Treasures of the Greek Museums" which introduces the reader to the priceless works of art housed in the museums of Greece, this title written by...
Joe D. Seger
A history of The American Schools of Oriental Research (ASOR), an organization which has established itself as an interpreter of life in the ancient Middle East. The volume is illustrated...
Christopher A. Snyder
A comprehensive A-Z encyclopedia of the important figures, peoples, places, themes issues and events of Britain and Ireland from the Neolithic period to AD 1154.
Flint was a vitally important resource for prehistoric societies who put it to a diverse range of uses. Chris Butler has created a concise guide to recognising and categorising British...
This thoroughly researched study presents a rounded picture of childhood in the past, as revealed by archaeology and supplemented by the historical record.
Andy Dunwell; Ian Ralston
Popular views of Scottish archaeology are dominated by images of the great stone monuments of the west and north - such as chambered tombs and brochs. This book provides an...
The Field Archaeology of Dartmoor describes and narrates Dartmoor's landscape history from 4000 BC to the present, analysing and summarising archaeological and historical studies from the 19th century onwards.
Clive Stephen Gamble; William A....
In spring 2002 mammoth bones and associated Mousterian stone tools were found in situ at Lynford Quarry, near Munford village, Norfolk, UK. A detailed archaeological excavation was undertaken which recovered...