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How and why did Britain become Neolithic?

On January 8th the Royal Archaeological Institute are holding a debate between of the leading lights in British Neolithic archaeology. Dr Alison Sheridan, Professor Julian Thomas and Professor Alasdair Whittle have been invited to  debate that most thorny of issues “How and why did … Continue reading

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Julian Thomas’ excavation at Dorstone Hill – update

Hot on the heels of finding a range of artefacts that included polished stone axes and an awl, the team led by Prof Julian Thomas and Dr Keith Ray has come up trumps. Their excavations at Dorstone Hill have revealed … Continue reading

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