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by Alison Taylor

ePub South East Cambridgeshire and the Fen Edge download
Author:
Alison Taylor
ISBN13:
978-0902436503
ISBN:
0902436503
Publisher:
Cambridgeshire County Council (October 7, 1998)
Subcategory:
Archaeology
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1268 kb
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1693 kb
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Start by marking South East Cambridgeshire and the Fen Edge (Archaeology of Cambridgeshire) as. .Lavishly illustrated with photographs, plans and sketches this is an excellent reference guide book as well as a fascinating local history book.

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Fen Edge Archaeology Group will be among many local organisations taking part in the Fen Edge Festival on Cottenham .

Fen Edge Archaeology Group will be among many local organisations taking part in the Fen Edge Festival on Cottenham Green on 22 and 23 June. We are also offering a pot/bone washing activity, for everyone. All FEAG members and friends are invited to the next meeting of Cambridgeshire Bird Club on Friday 10 May, 2019 at 8pm when Umberto Albarella, Professor of Zooarchaeology at the University of Sheffield, will be talking on ‘Wild birds in human history: the archaeological approach’. The venue is the Tony Cooper Suite, Cottenham Village College.

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Taylor, A. 1998; Archaeology of Cambridgeshire. Vol. 2: South East Cambridgeshire and the Fen Edge, Cambridge. Recommend this journal.

Book description: Scrutinizing, in detail, the relationship between archaeology, heritage and the public, this much-needed volume explores public interest and participation in archaeology as a subject worthy of academic attention in its own right.

The potential of the archaeology in this area was realised by. Francis Pryor, who used the evidence from the fen edge to rewrite British prehistory. Book description: Scrutinizing, in detail, the relationship between archaeology, heritage and the public, this much-needed volume explores public interest and participation in archaeology as a subject worthy of academic attention in its own right. Examining case studies from throughout the world; from North America, Britain, Egypt and Brazil to East Africa, China and beyond, Nick Merriman focuses on two key areas: communication and interpretation, and stakeholders.

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East Cambridgeshire - (Locally known as East Cambs or East Cambs District Council) is a local government district in Cambridgeshire, England

East Cambridgeshire - (Locally known as East Cambs or East Cambs District Council) is a local government district in Cambridgeshire, England.

Cambridgeshire (abbreviated Cambs. The city of Cambridge is the county town.

Christopher Taylor is the author of several books on the history of our . An aerial view of the Fens near Chatteris showing modern fields and the branching patterns of former river courses.

An aerial view of the Fens near Chatteris showing modern fields and the branching patterns of former river courses. A wide variety of local building materials is displayed in the vernacular architecture of the region.

From the cover. "Cambridgeshire's archaeology has been intensively studied by scholars for more than a century, and in the last twenty years in particular there has been an explosion of discoveries and new ways of looking at the past. It is only now that these sources are being brought together as one narrative, in this attractive series of books covering the whole of the county. Maps, copious colour illustrations, line drawings, aerial photographs, and a careful study of all that has been found so far, are used to explain 5000 years of development in the villages and towns of Cambridgeshire. Major themes include the origins of each settlement, and the relationship of people both to their environments and the historical processes that change their lives. Bit it is the detail of discoveries that will fascinate many. What are he earliest finds? Where did the Romans build their villas? How did the Saxons bury their dead, and what diseases afflicted them? These are some of the questions this series of books tries to answer. They might also lead you to ask your own questions, and the references provided will help you look into many sites more deeply. Above all, whether you live in the area described or not, these books will make you look closely at your own surroundings, and may help you contribute to archaeological knowledge by your observations."