WW1: Does the peace that ended the war haunt us today?
From conflict in the Middle East to the politics of the European Union, there are many aspects of the modern world that can be traced back to decisions and actions taken in the aftermath of World War One.
The flooding of Mesolithic Doggerland and the emergence of Lincolnshire
The following two maps will be discussed in more detail in a later post, but in the meantime I thought that I would share them both as items of interest in their own right. Both were initially created for and published in my The Origins of Louth: Archaeology and History in East Lincolnshire, 400,000 BC–AD 1086, but are presented here in full colour. The two maps together depict Mesolithic Doggerland. The first depicts the extent of Doggerland during the Younger Dryas period, around 10,000…
Interesting GIF & Picture Galleries From All That Is Interesting
The Way Europe Was: during the late Mesolithic/early Neolithic eras much that is now sea was dry land. The many myths of France, Britain and Ireland about drowned kingdoms are quite likely distant folk memories of these once fertile lands. As Tolkien once observed, legend is almost always based on fact.