By John Creighton
This publication offers with Britain within the centuries instantly prior to the Roman conquest: a interval whilst the 1st contributors seemed in British background, and whilst a sequence of dynasties emerged to take regulate of a lot of Southern Britain. Combining archaeological, literary and numismatic proof, it paints a bright photograph of ways humans in past due Iron Age Britain reacted to the altering international round them, and the way rulers strengthened their energy via use of images on cash, myths, language, and fabric tradition. It comprises illustrations of 246 Iron Age cash and a separate coin index.
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