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Britain One Million Years of the Human Story

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By: Rob Dinnis(Author), Chris Stringer(Author)
152 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations
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When did the first humans arrive in Britain? Where did they come from? And what did they look like? This is the amazing story of human life in Britain. It begins nearly one million years ago, during the earliest known human occupation, and reveals how humans have periodically lived there ever since. Britain: One Million Years of the Human Story takes readers on an incredible journey through ancient Britain. Drawing on a wealth of evidence from archaeological sites, it reveals which human species lived in Britain during multiple waves of occupation. It describes who they were, what their habitats were like, which animals shared their landscape, and what they did to survive, from the first use of fire to specialised hunting. It shows how Britain's human occupants changed, adapting and often succumbing to dramatically changing climate and landscapes.

The story is told by Rob Dinnis and Chris Stringer, two scientists at the forefront of research into our ancient ancestors. Together they describe the discoveries, the key fossil specimens and the science behind these remarkable findings. Written in a lively and engaging style, and fully illustrated with maps, diagrams and photographs, Britain: One Million Years of the Human Story is an invaluable guide to our early human relatives. The book is based on the ground-breaking work of the Ancient Human Occupation of Britain project and is published to tie in with a major new exhibition opening at the Natural History Museum in February 2014.

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Rob Dinnis is a Research Fellow in the School of History, Classics and Archaeology at the University of Edinburgh. His main research interest is the colonisation of Europe by early modern humans. A keen field archaeologist, he also directs excavations at late Neanderthal and early modern human cave sites in England and Wales.

Chris Stringer is Britain's foremost expert on human origins and works in the Earth Sciences Department at the Natural History Museum. He also directed the Ancient Human Occupation of Britain project, aimed at reconstructing the first detailed history of how and when Britain was occupied by early humans. His previous books include Homo Britannicus and The Origin of Our Species.

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By: Rob Dinnis(Author), Chris Stringer(Author)
152 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations
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