zaterdag, 15 december 2018
Home Auteurs Posts van Alun Harvey

Alun Harvey

Alun Harvey

Did the hunebed builders have to pay tax?

A farmer in Devizes Wiltshire, has built the first new ‘hunebed’ in the UK in more than 5,000 years. And now he has been...

Prehistoric remains on Dartmoor

The Dartmoor National Park in Devon covers 954m2 and the moorland is capped with granite outcrops dating from the Carboniferous Period. The moor contains...

New tombs discovered in Luxor, Egypt

Last Saturday (24 November 2018) in Luxor, Southern Egypt, Egyptian authorities unveiled the well-preserved mummy of a woman inside a previously unopened coffin dating...

Kents Cavern – a Geopark Gateway Visitor Centre

The county of Devon in South West England is famous as a popular holiday destination, and since 2007 it has also been home to...

Earliest tools and footprints found in England

The village of Happisburgh on the Norfolk coast of England is famous for three things – its name, which despite its spelling is pronounced...

Ancient Scottish hillfort recreated in LEGO

Would you like to know what a prehistoric hillfort looked like at the time when it was built and inhabited? Visitors to the west...

The Red Lady of Paviland

The Gower Peninsula near Swansea in South Wales is one of the most beautiful and unspoiled stretches of small bays and sandy beaches in...

The Romans in South Wales

The small town of Caerleon in South West Wales is important for two reasons – firstly because I was born there; and secondly, and...

The world’s oldest musical instruments

The Swabian Jura is a mountain range in Baden-Württemberg, Germany, to the south of Stuttgart. In 2002 the area was designated a UNESCO Global...

The world’s oldest cheese

Neolithic tribes in Europe were producing cheese more than 7,000 years ago, archaeologists have discovered. Research findings published in the journal PLOS One (September...



geheel bewolkt
0 ° C
0 °
0 °
90 %
90 %
-0 °
4 °
3 °
4 °
7 °