The landscape is full of evidence of the people who lived in the vast period of time covering over 99% of the human past, which we now refer to as 'prehistory'. This book outlines our present understanding of what life must have been like so long ago, now less sketchy thanks to recent archaeological investigation. It shows how studying the evidence can be used in a number of curriculum subjects. This book suggests educational strategies for the use of historic landscapes, sites and buildings.
|Publisher:||Historic England Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||8.25(w) x 11.63(h) x (d)|
About the Author
Mike Corbishley is Honorary Senior Lecturer at the Institute of Archaeology, UCL. Timothy Davill is a prehistorian with a strong international public profile. He leads research projects and publishes widely on the archaeology of early farming communities in northwest Europe and on archaeological resource management.
Peter Stone is UNESCO Chair in Cultural Property Protection and Peace.