Tag Archives: Neolithic

New: Stonehenge monuments workshop

In response to requests from teachers, we have developed a new prehistory workshop based on the monuments around Stonehenge. As you’ll know, Stonehenge didn’t exist in splendid isolation but was part of an extraordinary complex of monuments ranging in size … Continue reading

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Some of Gloucestershire’s archaeology: Pt 1 Hetty Pegler’s Tump

This week we travelled to Gloucestershire to do a workshop in Yate. We took this opportunity to visit one of what we think is one of the best named archaeological sites in Britain – Hetty Pegler’s Tump. It has been … Continue reading

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The Jericho Skull: creating an ancestor

Recently, Catherine and I had the chance to visit one of our favourite places – the British Museum – and see an exhibition about another of our favourite places – Jericho – it was where we went on our first … Continue reading

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Stonehenge on the TV: can we ever have enough?

Once again the nation’s favourite prehistoric monument features on TV with the Timewatch documentary that considers the many, and it must be said varied, interpretations of the site. I think I might be right in thinking this is a repeat, … Continue reading

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A Stonehenge round-up!

As ever, there’s always something happening with Britain’s number one archaeological site, so we thought we’d take the opportunity to give you a round-up on some of the news. The Feeding Stonehenge Project,┬ábased at the University of York, has been … Continue reading

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