4 edition of Macclesfield in Prehistory found in the catalog.
by G. Rowley in Macclesfield (24 Dawson Rd., Macclesfield, Cheshire)
Written in English
The first and only definitive record of events, people and places in the Macclesfield area from the end of the Great Ice Age to the coming of the Romans. Written by renowned local archaeologist Gordon Rowley.
|Statement||by Gordon Rowley M.A.(Cantab.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||43p.,(22)p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||43|
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The history of Cheshire can be traced back to the Hoxnian Interglacial, betweenandyears ive tools that date to that period have been found. Stone Age remains have been found showing more permanent habitation during the Neolithic period, and by the Iron Age the area is known to have been occupied by the Celtic Cornovii tribe and possibly the.
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We have done prehistory, and some ancient Greece and Rome. A brief interlude by ‘local Macclesfield Historian’ Dorothy Bentley Smith explains the introduction of copper metallurgy in the Near East and its eventual, inevitable spread to Britain. it’s a relief to hear that ‘it is now possible to say that Cheshire was very important’ during prehistory (p).
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The construction of this ancient site began in the 8th century. Now used as a cemetery, there are old and new burial stones to be found. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: A selection of papers presented from the conference called W.G. Hoskins and the Making of the British Landscape, held at the University of Leicester on July Land.
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