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Re: A History of Ancient Britain
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Yes good prog. No repeats or replicas, just a well-told account with the right amount of info for the non-stonehead. Might have missed it but although Neanderthals (and Boxgrove) were mentioned heidelbergensis wasn’t.[/quote]

No, but to be fair they did say there were other human-like creatures around at the same time. I agree, good so far, just hope they don't roll out the usual suspects too much, ie. Stonehenge, Avebury, etc. It would be nice to see some of the more obscure sites.

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A R Cane
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10th February 2011ce

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