Flag Fen: Life and Death of a Prehistoric Landscape
A Paperback edition by Francis Pryor in English (Jul 1, 2005)
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Short Description: The Fens of eastern England form a very distinct environment which has produced particular patterns of prehistoric occupation. Dr Francis Pryor, the Director of the Flag Fen... Read more
The Fens of eastern England form a very distinct environment which has produced particular patterns of prehistoric occupation. Dr Francis Pryor, the Director of the Flag Fen Archaeological Trust, gives his own personal account of his discovery and excavation of this now-famous Bronze Age site near Peterborough. In addition to the Bronze Age ditched field systems, the massive timber platform and the avenue of posts with votive deposits, Dr Pryor describes the Neolithic pit grave on the site and the later Iron Age village. This is an updated, expanded and re-illustrated edition of a book first published over 10 years ago.
- Francis Pryor
- The History Press Ltd
- Publication date
- Jul 1, 2005
- Product dimensions
- 165 x 243 x 10mm