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Very good show as regards the wise words of Francis Pryor, bronze casting and votive offerings in rivers flowing east (eg bronze shield in Thames at Battersea)
But the long haired one fell down as regards the bronze age roundhouses on Dartmoor being the start of community life. How about Skara Brae in the Orkneys (and other 'villages' there). A cluster of separate dwellings that were occupied from around 3100 BC - well and truly neolithic methinks.

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Posted by Wild Wooder
3rd March 2011ce

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