||World After Stonehenge
World After Stonehenge. UNAUTHORIZED
||Age of Warriors Introduction (2:06) -- Late Bronze Age Britain (2:31) -- Salcombe Wreck- Devon, 1,000 BC (2:52) -- 3,000-Year-Old Artifacts (2:38) -- Technical Revolution (1:43) -- Llyn Fawr Hoard-Glamorang, 750 BC (2:08) -- Great Orme Copper Mine- North Wales, 2,000-600 BC (3:22) -- Great Orme Copper Mine- North Wales, 2,000-600 BC: II (2:21) -- Bronze Economy (3:04) -- Llyn Fawr Iron- Glamorang, 750 BC (2:05) -- Iron Age (2:48) -- Britain's Age Crisis (1:47) -- East Chisenbury Midden- Wiltshire, 800-600 BC (2:45) -- Suddern Farm Man- Hampshire, 600 BC (2:13) -- Yorkshire Man- 400 BC (1:44) -- Early Iron Age (1:29) -- Tre'r Ceiri Hill Fort- North West Wales, 200 BC (1:51) -- Butser Ancient Farm, Hampshire (3:02) -- Iron Age (2:35) -- Iron Age Farming Techniques (3:27) -- End of the Bronze Age (1:48) -- Preview (0:51) -- Credits: Age of Warriors: World After Stonehenge (0:45)
||1000-500 BC. It is the height of the bronze age. Then for some mysterious reason, everything begins to go wrong. The great international bronze trading economy of Europe collapses. Surprisingly, it has nothing to do with iron, but when this new metal is discovered it heralds an age of hill forts and brochs.
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|Interest grade level
||7 & up.
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|Source of description||Title from distributor's description.|
|Issued in other form||Originally produced: BBC Worldwide Ltd, 2011.|
|Publisher number||57688s Films Media Group|
|Publisher number||57689 Films Media Group|