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Re: A History of Ancient Britain
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Sanctuary wrote:
tjj wrote:
CARL wrote:
Enjoyed the show last night.
I quite like Neil Oliver as a presenter.
Looks like next weeks episode should be good!


Yes I very much enjoyed it too, hard to pick out a highlight though was particularly fascinated by the footprints on the beach at Gwent. Was wondering if someone could tell me how archaeologists 'measure' the age of 'footprints' as I'd thought radiocarbon dating might be tricky.


It's easy June...they had two big toes in them days :D


Just in case there is anyone out there who, like myself, doesn't know everything, the Megalithic Portal had something that was helpful
http://www.megalithic.co.uk/article.php?sid=2146412838

Also found this interesting article by Adrian Chadwick from Gloucestershire CC Archaeology Service
http://www.severnestuary.net/s[...]f%20the%20severn%20estuary.pdf


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10th February 2011ce
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