The Archaeology of Lancashire

The Archaeology of Lancashire

by Richard Newman
     
 

A comprehensive review of Lancashire's archaeology which brings together all the evidence for this region for the first time, some of it previously unpublished. Each paper discusses a specific period from the upper palaeolithic and Mesolithic until the industrial revolution. Under these broad headings the evidence is usefully summarised and topics discussed include

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A comprehensive review of Lancashire's archaeology which brings together all the evidence for this region for the first time, some of it previously unpublished. Each paper discusses a specific period from the upper palaeolithic and Mesolithic until the industrial revolution. Under these broad headings the evidence is usefully summarised and topics discussed include past and present research, the evolution of the landscape and future directions for research. Contributors include David Shotter, Robert Middleton, Colin Haselgrove, Jason Wood and Richard Newman.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781862200104
Publisher:
Oxford Archaeology North
Publication date:
12/31/1996
Series:
Archaeology and History Series
Pages:
212

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