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Re: A History of Ancient Britain
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They dealt with both the paleolithic and mesolithic in just one (the first) episode. Bearing in mind they recently found evidence of human activity in Norfolk that was 700,000 years old, and the neolithic (episode 2) started around 6000 years ago, thats 694,000 years of ancient british history nicely parcelled up in one hour - probably didnt have enough mystical stone stuff to offer to make it worth stringing it out. Good stuff about the Storrega tsunami though - must have been absolutely terrifying, its impact on the stoneage mind must have been devastating.

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Posted by Mart
25th February 2011ce

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