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The Bronze Age Landscape of the Northern English Midlands

British Archaeological Reports British Series 351

By (author) David Mullin
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Archaeopress, Oxford, United Kingdom
Published: 10th Jun 2003
Dimensions: w 210mm h 297mm
ISBN-10: 1841715115
ISBN-13: 9781841715117
Barcode No: 9781841715117
Wet, wooded and largely unattractive is how some have characterised the northern Midlands in the Bronze Age. In this thesis, David Mullin undertakes an archaeological investigation of the ill-studied regions of Cheshire, northern Shropshire and northern Staffordshire. Despite the paucity of work carried out to investigate the prehistory of the area, Mullin pieces together evidence for Bronze Age burials, lithics, settlements, the exploitation of the landscape, metalwork and metal production. He argues for the importance of social networks, memory and attachments to the landscape in the Bronze Age and highlights the potential of the area for more thorough archaeological research.

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