In this fascinating book, Colin Burgess brings to life the history of Britain and Ireland between 3000 and 1000 BC. Departing from the traditional stone, bronze, and iron terminology, he provides a coherent slice of prehistory in . .
The Age of Stonehenge book. Illustrated with drawings, plans, maps and photographs, this is the first book to deal with all aspects of this crucial period of pre-history.
From publisher description. Originally published: London : Dent, 1980
The Age of Stonehenge. By (author) Major Colin Burgess.
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The Age of Stonehenge was originally written in 1980. If it is any indication of his thoroughness one can only regret his early departure from English pre-history and his early retirement from the academic world in general
Colin Burgess is a fellow of the Society of Antiquaries, was formerly a member of the Council for of the Prehistoric Society, and founded the Bronze Age Studies Group. He has excavated widely in Britain, notably at the massive Meldon Bridge complex in Peebleshire, and has also dug in Turkey.
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Physical description: 402 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. Type: Books. Frequency Alphabetical. Place: Great Britain. Bronze age. Neolithic period.
Essays on the Bronze Age in honour of Colin Burgess (2008). Download with Google. Essays on the Bronze Age in honour of Colin Burgess (2008). 24 16 cm. Pp. 402 + 82 figs.