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A Neolithic Landscape - The 1st Farmers in Britain


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8) For almost 30 years archaeologist & historian James Balme has been walking the ancient landscape close to his home in Cheshire. During that time he has revealed and recovered ancient stone and flint implements and weapons left behind by the people of the Neolithic ( the new stone age ) from almost 8000 years ago. The landscape has provided evidence from the hunter gatherers and the first farmers to reach Britain.

The landscape that we see in the countryside today is a legacy that has developed from the earliest farmers who cultivated vast areas of land across the United Kingdom providing grazing for cattle and large areas of open land for the cultivation of the first domestic crops to be grown in the rich and fertile soils of Britain. This was truly the first time that humans had become self sufficient providing food and shelter year on year. ...

 

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For almost 30 years archaeologist & historian James Balme has been walking the ancient landscape close to his home in Cheshire. During that time he has revealed and recovered ancient stone and flint implements and weapons left behind by the people of the Neolithic ( the new stone age ) from almost 8000 years ago.

 

Am I getting mixed up but are Indy and James Balme 2 seperate people?????

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