|Statement||by Philip Macdonald ; with contributions by Kilian Anheuser ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Anheuser, Kilian., National Museum Wales., University of Wales. Board of Celtic Studies.|
|LC Classifications||GN780.2.L3 M333 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 295 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||295|
For all book order enquiries and to place an order: Tel: +44 (0) Fax: +44 (0) E: [email protected] Post: Oxbow Books 47 Church Street Barnsley, S70 2AS. For all general enquiries: Tel: +44 (0) Fax: +44 (0) E: [email protected] Please note: the appearance of books on our website does not. Last year was a wonderful one for me - the exhibition at Oriel Môn, the publishing of Llyn Cerrig Bach book and the production of a handling collection of some of the main artefacts Needing a new project to keep me going this year, I have been approaching various organisations hoping to have interpretation boards placed near to Llyn Cerrig. Llyn Cerrig Bach. The Reconstructed Collection. The site of Llyn Cerrig Bach, which is located near the west coast of Anglesey, was discovered during the Second World War in the process of building a military airfield. It was investigated by Cyril (later Sir Cyril) Fox, then Keeper of Archaeology at the National Museum of Wales, and published as a National Museum of Wales monograph in
Llyn Cerrig Bach is an iron age find site discovered in the i94o's. it's located right next to valley raf base. there's parking by the find- site, and additional parking at File Size: 5MB. Spanning from BC - 43 AD The earliest items having been produced around BC Llyn Cerrig Bach is situated on Anglesey in North Wales, on the perimeter of RAF . The special watery find site of Llyn Cerrig Bach transports us back to discover how ancient items were dropped in the lake over years ago and how they were rediscovered by the extraordinary detective work of local man Williams Owen Roberts, during the Second World War. Llyn Cerrig Bach comic PDF MB. A couple of years ago Bob and his partner Pillip Steele and myself started on the journey of getting a book about Llyn Cerrig Bach into print. john Rees Thomas on behalf of Cyngor Ynys Môn backed it have therefore, the end result in the form of Author: Llyn Cerrig Bach.
Ancient Arts Llyn Cerrig Bach Collection 3 As part of the Llyn Cerrig Bach - Treasure from The Iron Age Exhibition at Oriel Ynys Mon, Ancient Arts was commissioned to reconstruct a number of the artefacts for educational and experimental purposes. By remaking these objects it . The Greek geographer, Strabo, mentions the export of slaves, hunting dogs and corn from Late Iron Age Britain. This iron slave-chain was once thrown into a lake called Llyn Cerrig Bach, on Anglesey. Cyril Fox’s A Find of the Early Iron Age from Llyn Cerrig Bach (Fox ) was also a seminal book, an inspiring volume about one of the most important groups of metalwork in British prehistory. The bronze and iron objects were found with quantities of animal bone . Guest book. Artefacts > Gang Chain. 10 feet long with 5 neck collars. Neck ring made in 2 halves. One was linked at both ends, the other hinged - with an elongated loop at free end through which a large pear-shaped free link would pass. Of Belgic origin - dated from first half of the first century AD.