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mardi, 28 janvier 2020

How Doggerland Sank Beneath The Waves (500,000-4000 BC)


How Doggerland Sank Beneath The Waves (500,000-4000 BC)

Prehistoric Europe Documentary

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- Neolithic Britain, Keith Ray
- Britain BC, Francis Pryor
- Britain Begins, Barry Cunliffe
- Europe Between The Oceans, Barry Cunliffe
- A History of Ancient Britain, Neil Oliver
- Mapping Doggerland, Vincent Gaffen
- The Remembered Land, Jim Leary
- After The Ice, Steven Mithen
- Chris Scarre, The Human Past
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- Weston Park Museum, Sheffield
- The Natural History Museum, London
- The British Museum, London
- Derby Museum & Art Gallery, Derby
- Hull & East Riding Museum, Hull —


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