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The Bradshaw Foundation British Isles Prehistory Archive

January 26th, 2012

The Bradshaw Foundation’s website offers an amazing treasure-trove of information: Films on cave art all over the world, an informative interactive section on genetics and ancestry and much more. Their latest Newsletter announces their British Isles Prehistory Archive:

Winter 2012
British Isles Prehistory Archive

The British Isles Prehistory Archive presents a rich array of monuments, art and tools found throughout the British Isles.

The island was first inhabited by people who crossed over the land bridge from the European mainland. Traces of modern humans – Homo sapiens – date from about 30,000 years ago. Until about 10,000 years ago, Great Britain was joined to Ireland, and as recently as 8,000 years ago it was joined to the continent by a strip of low marsh to what is now Denmark and the Netherlands. Great Britain became an island at the end of the Pleistocene ice age when sea levels rose due to isostatic depression of the crust and the melting of glaciers.

Introduction to the British Isles Prehistory Archive

4 Responses to “The Bradshaw Foundation British Isles Prehistory Archive”

  1. Philip, I just wanted to let you know that I posted a review for the Sacred Nature CD on I think you’ll be pleased. Since I’ve never slept better in my life, it’s the least I could do!



    • Hey! That’s a fantastic review thank you! May I post it here (or elsewhere) not because I like showing off (he said modestly;)) but because I really believe it can be very helpful to people with sleep difficulties, and I know how much stress those difficulties can create!

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