Two Men in A Trench

Two Men in A Trench

Battlefield Archaeology : the Key to Unlocking the Past

Book - 2002
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In each chapter, Tony Pollard and Neil Oliver visit the site of a major British battle and carry out a full archaeological investigation, the results of which may alter the traditional historical picture.

Blackwell North Amer
Battlefields are the untold story of British archaeology. As the sites of events which took place over hours rather than years, they have long been considered lacking in archaeological riches. However, recent pioneering work has shown that battlefields can provide dramatic revelations about a battle's course once the archaeologists get digging beneath the surface.
In Two Men in a Trench, Tony and Neil visit the sites of six major British battles, from Shrewsbury to Culloden, and carry out a full archaeological investigation at each. As they uncover artefacts abandoned in the heat and chaos of battle they closely follow the progress of each engagement and answer key historical questions, sometimes totally revising the accepted version of events. Each chapter is a fully framed investigation and follows an episode of the television series.

Publisher: London : Michael Joseph, 2002
Description: 352 p. : ill. (some col.), maps (some col.) ; 25 cm
ISBN: 9780718144746
0718144740
Branch Call Number: 930.1 Pol
Additional Contributors: Oliver, Neil 1967-

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