Rituals in Prehistoric Britain
People have always wondered how their ancestors lived. With each passing day, new archeological findings paint a picture of ancient practices cutting across Paleolithic, Mesolithic, Neolithic, Bronze Age, Iron Age, and Pre-Roman times. Each of these was marked with significant developments in the everyday life of the early man ranging from the tools they used to the foods they ate, and from their clothing to housing. This fascination is reflected in both our education systems and in the interest archeologists pay to fossils and historical clues.
However, while most of what has been documented dates back to late Roman Age, historians have been digging deeper to unearth more information on ritualistic practices that took place in the preceding ages.
This post is a historical walkthrough…
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