Lo­ca­tions in His­tory of An­cient Bri­tain

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - NEWS -

DOVER Boat - the Bronze Age boat at Dover is one of the few to be found in Bri­tain. It dates to be­tween 1575 and 1520BC. The boat was made us­ing oak planks sewn to­gether with yew lash­ings.

Nat­u­ral His­tory Mu­seum - a va­ri­ety of arte­facts from an­cient Bri­tain will be ex­am­ined.

Stone­henge - lo­cated in Wilt­shire, on Sal­is­bury Plain, the struc­ture of earth­works and a cir­cle of stand­ing stones is thought to date back to 3100BC. Stones were brought from all over Bri­tain by peo­ple to cre­ate the henge, thought to be used for wor­ship, buri­als and pre­dict­ing the lu­nar and so­lar cy­cles.

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