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God's Own Country is more than a film | Mesolithic persistence on silver screen

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If any of you have seen and enjoyed this remarkable film (with a happy ending for once), it’s worth noting where these two young men were when they look over the cold spring landscape of West Yorkshire, near Keighley, Haworth and west of Bradford. 164 more words

Mesolithic

It's been a while | Microburin's news

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It has indeed been a while since the last post. Your Microburin has still been dogged by bouts of ill-health and while the mind is largely mended, the meds have caused trouble with a stressed immune system. 1,047 more words

British Archaeology

Seamer

Don Spratt reported that the skeleton of a red deer was found during the drainage operations in peat near the north shore of the prehistoric lake at Seamer Grange Farm. 52 more words

Archaeology

The Little Church By The Sea

It stands beside the Wales Coast Path looking down on St. Bride’s Haven, a rocky cove with a long, long history. The church is also called St. 687 more words

Tish Farrell Writer

Saveock - An Archaeological Mystery...

Going to Saveock is a bit like travelling back in time, seeing a peep of a thatched roundhouse roof only adds to the impression that you are somewhere else.

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Archaeology