Janette Cook
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Europe late bronze age

The Urnfield culture (c. 1300 BC – 750 BC) was a late Bronze Age culture of central Europe. The name comes from the custom of cremating the dead and placing their ashes in urns which were then buried in fields.

Map of Britain as it may have appeared around AD 500.

A Map of Britain AD 525 © Nash Ford Publishing - The Saxons settlements expand a little in the far North and in Sussex and Wessex, notably taking over the Isle of Wight.

The British Isles tribes in existence at time of Roman'conquest of England

This map shows the approximate location of the major tribes who lived in Britain at the time of the Roman Conquest of Britain in the First Century AD. The sole source for the existence and location of these tribes are Roman writers who visited Britain.

What the world values, in one chart:  The Inglehart-Welzel map offers a global look at our values and beliefs.

Values survey. Using data from the World Values Survey (WVS), professors Ronald Inglehart of the University of Michigan and Christian Welzel of Germany's Luephana University comprised this amazing Cultural Map of the World.

Maps of Britain and Ireland’s ancient tribes, kingdoms and DNA

British Isles, England - Ca. - Viking Age - Jorvik - Five Boroughs - East Anglia - Lancashire

The genetic map of Britain

The genetic map of Britain - Gene Expression. Anglo-Saxon England rather jumps out at you does it not? Second, the similarity between southwest Wales and northern England is explicable.

The Europe That Was 8,200 years ago

Great map of Doggerland, a landmass that is now northern Europe and the North Sea. People once lived here, before sea level rose. From National Geographic.