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PREHISTORIC BRITAIN

By ROBERT MUNRO, M.A., M.D., LL.D., F.R.S.E.

 

London

WILLIAMS & NORGATE


HENRY HOLT & Co., New York

Canada: RYERSON PRESS, Toronto

India: BURNS, GATES & WASHBOURNE, Ltd.

 

CONTENTS

CHAP.
PAGE
  1. I
    INTRODUCTION—THE LAND—FAUNA—FLORA—ICE AGE—MAN
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    7
  1. II
    EVIDENTIAL MATERIALS—EARLY DISCOVERIES—LYELL'S "ANTIQUITY OF MAN"
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    23
  1. III
    EVIDENTIAL MATERIALS (continued)— FURTHER DISCOVERIES in BRITAIN, BELGIUM, AND FRANCE
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    44
  1. IV
    PALÆOLITHIC TYPES OF MAN—THEIR CULTURE AND CIVILIZATION
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    68
  1. V
    THE TRANSITION FROM PALÆOLITHIC TO NEOLITHIC CIVILIZATION—THE "HIATUS" PROBLEM AND SUBMERGENCE OF THE LAND
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    100
  1. VI
    ARTS AND INDUSTRIES OF THE NEOLITHIC AND BRONZE AGES
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    134
  1. VII
    EARLY IRON AGE—HALLSTATT, LA TÈNE, AND LATE CELTIC PERIODS
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    155
  1. VIII
    RELIGIOSITY AND COMMEMORATIVE MONUMENTS—CROMLECHS, DOLMENS, BARROWS, MENHIRS, ALIGNMENTS, ETC.
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    178
  1. IX
    INHABITED SITES AND PROTECTIVE WORKS—CAVES, BEEHIVE HOUSES, HUT-CIRCLES, DENEHOLES, CAMPS, FORTS, LAKE-DWELLINGS, ETC.
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    205
  1. X
    BRITISH ETHNOLOGY—RIVER-BED RACE—NEOLITHIC AND BRONZE AGE PEOPLE—BRYTHONS—CONCLUSION
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    228
  1. BIBLIOGRAPHY
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    253
  1. INDEX
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    254


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