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9781445153032

Found!: Iron Age

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  • ISBN13:

    9781445153032

  • ISBN10:

    1445153033

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2022-04-26
  • Publisher: Franklin Watts
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Summary

Uncover the fascinating stories of thirteen Iron Age finds.

What's the first Iron Age object you can think of? Did you know that thousands of stone, metal, pottery and wooden objects have been found from this time in human history? All of these objects can tell us a lot about the Celts and the Iron Age. We know about the animals they farmed, the the tools and weapons they used and we know about their everyday life and culture from the remains they left behind. All over Britain, Iron Age artefacts have been Found!. Uncover the stories of thirteen incredible finds, what they can tell us about life back then and how they might relate to your life today.

Found! is a series of six books that span British archaeological finds from the Stone, Bronze and Iron Ages, Roman Britain, the Viking Age and the Anglo Saxons. Ideal for readers aged 9+ studying history topics at Key Stage 2.

Author Biography

I have been writing for many years in a number of different genres, from books for babies up to books for 11 year-olds plus. I like to try new things and tackle new subjects, so I don't limit myself to one type of book. One month I might be writing about history, and the next month I might be creating an imaginary story. Examples of my work have been selected for national Key Stage study in the UK, and in the USA I was commended by the Library of Congress for my work in non-fiction, which they felt encouraged reluctant readers. I work with visuals always in mind, and love the challenge of getting across information or an exciting story with good graphics to back it up. Lately I have been blogging about the craft of writing, and I've also appeared at National Book Festivals, which I think of as the most challenging thing of all to do! I get a lot of emails from children around the world, inspired by one of my books they have read, and that gives me great pleasure.

Table of Contents

  • 1: An Iron Age neighbourhood – Glastonbury Lake Village
  • 2: Iron Age eating – Jarlshof
  • 3: A fighting time – Danebury hill fort
  • 4: Chieftain’s wheels – Ferry Fryston chariot burial
  • 5: Magical beings rule – Ballachulish goddes
  • 6: A mysterious murder – Lindow Man
  • 7: Swirly art – Desborough mirror
  • 8: Water magic – The Broichter boat
  • 9: Buried treasure – Snettisham gold torc
  • 10: The man with everything – Welwyn Garden City burial
  • 11: The first towns – Silchester
  • 12: Conquered!– Maiden Castle
  • 13: All change – Fishbourne Palace
  • 14: Glossary
  • 15: Further information and Timeline
  • 16: Index

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