- 28/07/2018 at 09:43 #95797carojonParticipant
We visited an amazing centre of experimental archaeology here in the UK at the Butser Ancient Farm where the study into the way ancient peoples lived and constructed their homes helps to inform on the many excavations carried out here and elsewhere.
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http://jjwargames.blogspot.co.uk29/07/2018 at 08:15 #95849CerdicParticipant
Excellent! I will have to give it a visit.
Funnily enough, I’ve been driving between London and Portsmouth a few times a year for decades. I’ve seen the sign for Butser and often wondered what it was all about. Somehow, though, never quite get round to actually doing anything about it!29/07/2018 at 08:58 #95852OldBen1Participant
It looks beautiful there. Very charming29/07/2018 at 14:59 #95879Autodidact-O-SaurusParticipant
That is quite a bit of the history of early architecture there! Thank you for posting that. I learned a lot.
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Thanks for your comments chaps. Butser is a great place to visit, highly reccomended.
http://jjwargames.blogspot.co.uk30/07/2018 at 09:15 #95926AbwehrschlachtParticipant
I’ve known of Butser since being an undergraduate archaeologist, but I’m ashamed to say I’ve never been! Thanks for the photos!
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Blog: http://www.stormofsteelwargaming.com30/07/2018 at 13:25 #95938cmnashParticipant
My sister & I got my Dad a ‘make you own sword’ day there last year (or maybe the year before …) Anyway, he got to make his own bronze sword & absolutely loved it.
Great place, thoroughly recommended
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