Fragments from Antiquity: An Archaeology of Social Life in Britain, 2900-1200 BC by John Barrett

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Fragments from Antiquity

This is an account of society in Britain over almost two millennia, beginning in the late Neolithic and taking the story well into the Bronze Age. Material remains and evidence from the period are numerous and substantial, including, for example, Stonehenge and Avebury. The book is not only an interpretation and reconstruction of the social dynamics and evolution of the period, it also puts forward and exemplifies an approach to prehistoric society based on advances in social and geographical theory. It represents the culmination of ten year's work.

Paperback 256 pages (August 1993); Publisher: Blackwell Publishers, ISBN: 0631189548

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