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Is There a British Chalcolithic?: People, Place and Polity in the later Third Millennium

Is There a British Chalcolithic?: People, Place and Polity in the later Third Millennium

The Chalcolithic, the phase in prehistory when the important technical development of adding tin to copper to produce bronze had not yet taken place, is not a term generally used by British prehistorians and whether there is even a definable phase is debated.

Michael J. Allen; Julie Gardiner; Alison Sheridan

  • Oxbow Books
  • 9781789256864
  • 368 pages
  • Paperback / softback
  • United Kingdom
  • Archaeology by period / region

Eastwood