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Sleep Like a Celtic Chief in a Replica Iron Age Roundhouse | Mental Floss

The living history hotel is a stone's throw away from an ancient village that's today called Bodrifty

The body of an Iron Age Celt was found in a bog in Cheshire in 1984. Description from theschoolrun.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

The top destination for Megaliths and Prehistory worldwide. The Ancient Technology Centre: [News and Comments:1] The ATC began over 25 years ago as a school project with the building of an Iron Age roundhouse based on archaeological evidence. It now has six full sized reconstructions of ancient buildings.

10 Of The Best Bronze Age Hoards Ever Discovered In Britain | St Neot

During the Bronze Age, people started doing something that today might seem quite strange: they gathered up their precious objects and buried them in the ground, with absolutely no intention of coming back for them. We know this because many of the artefacts have been intentionally bent, broken or otherwise 'decommissioned' – they could never be used again. Many were also placed in or near water, not exactly the kind of place you'd put something for safe-keeping! This practice occurred…

The Iron Age village of Hodde in Denmark during the 1st Century BCE after Steen and Lone Hvass

Celtic Iron Age and the last part of the Bronze Age was a cold, wet and poor time. More pollen analyzes indicate a hard exploited, treeless landscape

Iron Age recipes

A simple recipe card for children to prepare an Iron Age meal of oatcakes and vegetable soup. Suitable for KS2 (but the oatcakes could be made by KS1).

This is one of the most interesting pieces that shows a simple but rather complete view of the Shang Dynasty. Starting with Shang Tang, the first ruler, to Di Xin, the last ruler of the Shang Dynasty. The Shang Dynasty ruled from 1,766 BC to 1,046, approximately 700 years.

This is one of the most interesting pieces that shows a simple but rather complete view of the Shang Dynasty. Starting with Shang Tang, the first ruler, to Di Xin, the last ruler of the Shang Dynasty. The Shang Dynasty ruled from 1,766 BC to 1,046, approximately 700 years.

Recreations of Viking Age burials by re-enactment group Andrimners Hemtagare. These pictures are meant to illustrate what viking age graves MIGHT have looked like in Scandinavia at the time. They were originally taken to show their personal clothes, tools and utensils in preparation for a viking reenactment event.

“Amazing recreations of Viking Age burials by re-enactment group Andrimners Hemtagare!”

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