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Past and Present (Hardback)

Excavations at Broom, Bedfordshire 1996-2005

Ancient History > Prehistory > British & Irish Prehistory P&S History > Archaeology > Archaeological Method & Theory

Imprint: Cambridge Archaeological Unit
Pages: 282
Illustrations: col illus t/out, tabs, CD-ROM
ISBN: 9780954482442
Published: 6th December 2007
Casemate UK Academic

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Documenting the results of some ten years of fieldwork, this volume explores the prehistoric occupation of a small valley near Broom, on the Bedfordshire gravels. It traces a biography of the landscape from the later Mesolithic through to the Iron Age, a sequence that saw profound changes in the character, scale and temporality of occupation. Undertaken in advance of gravel extraction, the scale of the fieldwork reported here made it possibe to track not only the sequence of occupation, but also how prehistoric communities encountered, appropriated or ignored the 'archaeology' of their time. Set against sequences from across southern England, this work sheds important light on the relationship between local histories and broader processes, and on the complex and geographically varied ways in which the past itself was understood in the past.

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