Tagged with David Keys

Child Soldiers

I sometimes wonder if archaeologists will ever run out of work in Britain. It seems incredible there are still significant discoveries being made, but then, there is a lot of history here. This is from David Keys in the i newspaper: “Physical evidence that children were used as soldiers in Britain’s mid-17th century civil wars … Continue reading

Footsteps From The Past

This is from an article in the i newspaper by David Keys: About 50 footprints have been found near the village of Happisburgh, 17 miles from Norwich in Norfolk. They were left by a group of prehistoric humans about a million years ago, making them the oldest human footprints to be found outside Africa. The … Continue reading