Something rather "older" than the joys of our current English (and other) place names now!
Lost Landscapes of Palaeolithic Britain is a new book which draws together the results of valuable research into the Palaeolithic inhabitants of Britain and their environments, for the non-specialist. It will be of particular interest to historic environment professionals who may not necessarily be specialists in the Palaeolithic period.
The featured research into this fascinating period was made possible by the Aggregates Levy Sustainability Fund (ALSF) which ran from 2002-2011 and was administered by English Heritage (Now Historic England).
The book is published as Oxford Archaeology Monograph number 26. For more details see the Oxford Archaeology website.
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