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' Ancient Britain out of Doors'—1

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' Digging up the Past'
JACQUETTA HAWKES
The evidence as to how Ancient Britons lived lies just as much out of doors as in libraries and museums. We find stone circles, and dolmens or cromlechs, and various other structures from prehistoric- times; in fact, every invader left something behind him. This evening Jacquetta Hawkes is to open the series, which is designed not so much for those interested in antiquity as for the legion of walkers who through the summer months explore little-known spots in Britain. Some idea of ancient Britain, as revealed by this relic and that, will make these walks more interesting.

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' Ancient Britain out of Doors'—1

National Programme Daventry, 1 April 1935 19.30






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