Time Team Guide to the Archaeological Sites of BritainIreland

Time Team Guide to the Archaeological Sites of BritainIreland Great Britain and Ireland are home to some of the most famous archaeological sites in the world Stonehenge Hadrian s Wall and Ironbridge are familiar to us all and each year thousands flock to witnes

  • Title: Time Team Guide to the Archaeological Sites of BritainIreland
  • Author: TimTaylor
  • ISBN: 9781905026029
  • Page: 185
  • Format: Paperback
  • Great Britain and Ireland are home to some of the most famous archaeological sites in the world Stonehenge, Hadrian s Wall and Ironbridge are familiar to us all and each year thousands flock to witness their spectacular beauty But what can these fascinating sites tell us about the lives and times of our ancestors Now, Channel 4 s perennially popular Time Team take us onGreat Britain and Ireland are home to some of the most famous archaeological sites in the world Stonehenge, Hadrian s Wall and Ironbridge are familiar to us all and each year thousands flock to witness their spectacular beauty But what can these fascinating sites tell us about the lives and times of our ancestors Now, Channel 4 s perennially popular Time Team take us on an archaeological sight seeing tour of Britain and Ireland Region by region, they select the most interesting and important sites which are open to visitors, some familiar to all, others relatively unknown Each is treated with the inimitable no nonsense Time Team style This book is like having Tony, Mick, Geo Phys and the gang in the back seat of your car sharing their specialist knowledge and fascinating historical insights wherever you travel in the British Isles

    One thought on “Time Team Guide to the Archaeological Sites of BritainIreland”

    1. Excellent commentary on sites dug by the Team as well as other interesting places to visit. A really informative book for someone interested in archaeology and the early history of Great Britain. The photographs are very good too!

    2. Interesting choice of places, accompanied by lovely photographs and description of each site. The book has a wide range of historical times from as early as 500,000 BC to the First World War so something of interest for everyone.

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