Warfare in Prehistoric Britain provides a fascinating insight into early methods of warfare and charts the changing attitudes towards prehistoric warfare. This book provides a fresh study of the significance of primitive and prehistoric warfare. Indeed, there can be little doubt that prehistoric warfare is now an important and valid area of archaeological enquiry which is increasingly showing that as much as we may like to think otherwise, the prehistoric world was not one in which communities always lived peacefully side by side, in harmony with nature and each other. Areas covered include: The Late Upper Palaeolithic and Mesolithic, The Neolithic, The Beaker Period and Early Bronze Age, The Later Bronze Age and The Celtic Iron Age.
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