3 comments on “Prehistory Makes a Come Back

  1. Hi Bryan, it’s a very interesting development, and I was surprised at how little is know about the period among teachers and museum educators too, as you say, through no fault of their own. I have had to counter the idea that Iron Age people were using found materials very simply and lived a ‘primitive’ lifestyle. I wrote a blog post about where to start teaching the Stone Age here: http://schoolsprehistory.wordpress.com/2014/08/01/when-do-you-start-teaching-changes-in-britain-from-the-stone-age-to-the-iron-age/

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