Category: The Timeline of Britain

Join us in walking the Timeline from half a million years ago nearly to the present day. Learn all about the archaeology of Britain from these easy-to-read cyber tours, specially adapted from articles in Current Archaeology.

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In a gravel pit at Boxgrove, just outside Chichester, the remains of a man have…

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Burial chambers of the Neolithic In the Neolithic - the New Stone Age - the…

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A large Bronze Age boat has recently been discovered at Dover. Keith Parfitt, of the…

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The Celts were warriors, and the most prominent remains of the Iron Age are the…

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The great Iron Age hoards discovered at Snettisham in Norfolk form the richest Iron Age…

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A rich burial dating to within 20 years after the Roman conquest has just been…

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Most Roman towns were sited either over previous towns, or over Roman forts. London was…

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Roman documents discovered Probably the most important - and certainly the most dramatic discoveries made…

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Roman Britain does not just consist of grand buildings. There are also smaller buildings out…

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While the Romans were civilising England, life was very different story in Northern Scotland, and…