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Devon - A Bronze Age Landscape  @gillyw 27/06/22 Author: Steve. In: ThereandWhere.

The Devon Lane: The banks are so high and the path so deeply cut that you might wonder whether your way is not just centuries but perhaps millennia old. #devon #bronzeage #landscape

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Cheddar Man Share DNA with History Teacher  @janewatkins 03/06/22 Author: The Archaeologist. In: The Archaeologist.

Separated by 10,000 years but linked by DNA! A 9,000 year old skeleton's DNA was tested and it was concluded that a living relative was teaching history about a half mile away, tracing back nearly 300 generations! #cheddarman #mesolithic #archaeology

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TammyW @tammyw
Replying to: @janewatkins 03/06/22
The genetic markers for skin colour are unreliable. The geneticists told New Scientist on 21 February 2018 that "the conclusion is less certain, and according to others we are not even close to knowing the skin colour of any ancient humans".

    

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Portchester Castle  @janewatkins 03/06/22 Author: English Heritage. In: English Heritage.

Why go to Italy to see Roman architecture when you can go to Portsmouth! #roman #castle #portchester

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Heliodorus, Greek ambassador in India  @sandjo 06/05/22 Author: Argyraspid. In: Megas Alexandros.

Heliodorus, in the present case, is a Greek ambassador, who was sent by the Indo-Greek King Antialcidas Nikephoros to the court of King Bhagabhadra who ruled over north, east and central India around 110 BC. #alexanderthegreat

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The Transaltlantic Slave Trade  @samina 04/05/22 Author: J Sydenham. In: There and Where.

About 12m Africans were shipped across the Atlantic over a period of 400 years (with most occurring in the 18th and 19th centuries). #slavery

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The Mysteries of British History  @rasmun 22/04/22

British historians like to portray the Anglo-Saxons as primitives who lived in wooden huts. According to the myth these primitives were extremely lucky because the Normans came and within 100-200 years had built a church or cathedral in every town and village. #norman #saxon #uk

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Exploring the Stonehenge Landscape  @samina 13/04/22

The Stonehenge Landscape contains over 400 ancient sites, that includes burial mounds known as barrows, Woodhenge, the Durrington Walls, the Stonehenge Cursus, the Avenue, and surrounds the monument of Stonehenge which is managed by English Heritage. #archaeology #stonehenge #UK

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The Posters

John Rasmun  @rasmun

I love the Internet. In amongst the rubbish there are gems.

Gill Weedon  @gillyw

We are not the whole story but our part should also be told.

Sandy Johnson  @sandjo

I am a professional engineer and love art as well as the sciences. Modern politics leaves me astonished.

Samina Patel  @samina

Let the sun shine in. I like cooking and partying and enjoying life.

Jane Watkins  @janewatkins

Hate the Tories. Like London and Wimbledon Common. Teach French.







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