Bronze age oak coffin graves archaeology and dendro dating
In an original way, the book brings late prehistoric Denmark--best known for its so-called 'bog bodies'--into a world dominated by textual histories, principally that of Tacitus.
The studies include a new examination of the bog-bodies of the late first millennium BC, a classical archaeological puzzle: men, women and children murdered yet respected in death and adorned with items of fine clothing.
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These garments, matched in age and superb preservation only by finds from Ancient Egypt, along with related artifacts such as images and figurines, are used to build up a rich picture of Bronze Age society and culture in the context of archaeological, ethnographical and historical information from Europe and beyond."--Publisher's description"Roman Reflections uses a series of detailed and deeply researched case studies to explore how Roman society connected with and influenced Northern Europe during the Iron and Viking Ages.New reviews will be appearing as and when they are submitted.If you wish to submit a review please read the submission guide. New dates of the famous burials, with novel archaeological chronology, and revolutionary news on society and cosmology.
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The archaeology and history of the earlier period (up to AD 1200) is given as much weight as the more recent past, unlike standard history books which emphasize written texts and more modern times." "The book demonstrates the deep roots of a successful, well protected region through the ages.