Grave goods: objects and death in later prehistoric Britain

Anwen Cooper, Duncan Garrow, Catriona Gibson, Melanie Giles, Neil Wilkin, 2020

Data copyright © Duncan Garrow unless otherwise stated

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The Folkton drums burial
The Folkton drums burial. Image © Rose Ferraby.

The project archive housed with the ADS includes:

  1. The project database (forthcoming). This includes detailed information about all material culture found in formal mortuary contexts during the Neolithic, Bronze Age and Iron Age within our case study regions of Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly, Dorset, Kent, East Yorkshire, Gwynedd and Anglesey, Orkney and the Outer Hebrides.

  2. A ‘Prehistoric Burial’ information pack for schools. Written by the project team, this is designed to help teachers teach prehistory at Primary School level. It includes general information about the Neolithic, Bronze Age and Iron Age across Britain (and burial during those times), as well three specific featured burials (including three poems written specifically for the project by Michael Rosen and three artists’ representations of our selected burials).

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