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* Stonehenge - is a monument located in England . It is one of the most famous prehistoric sites in
the world and is composed of earthworks
surrounding a circular setting of large standing
stones. The
surrounding circular, earth bank and ditch, have been dated to about
3100 BC. Stonehenge was produced by a culture with no written language . Many aspects of Stonehenge remain subject to debate. There is little or no direct evidence for the construction techniques used
by the Stonehenge builders.
*The Celts in Britain and their legacy – The Cets lived in
Britain in The Iron Age. They were warring tribes who were
battleful amongst themselves as well as inter-tribal war. They were
not centrally governed. The Celts brought iron working, iron ploughs
and metal swords, horses , wheels and chariots - all these things gave them an instant superiority over the native tribes. The Celts built a
number of hill forts throughout the region . The society was divided into warrior aristocracy, agricultural commons and the
priests, the druids.
* Caesar in Britain - Britain was very rich in minerals but
that wasn’t the main reason Caesar wanted to defeat it. He could clearly see that Britain was a threat to his latest and greatest conquest - France . He
invaded Britain
twice, in 55
and 54
BC. The first invasion was unsuccessful - it gained a beachhead on the coast of Kent but achieved little else . The second was more successful, the Celts asked for truce. However it wasn’t a victory he had imagined and Julius Caesar never returned to Britain after that. The island was left undisturbed for nearly a century .
*The Roman occupation of Britain 43-410 and its legacy – Britain
was conquered by Emperor Claudius , the Roman rule in England
lasted up to 410. The Romans left behind a huge legacy: many types of animals and plants were brought to Britain in Roman times . Roman
introduced theire measurements, Christianity, reading and writing.
Also, many words in English and Welsh have been borrowed from the Latin language. An important legacy of the Romans was its roads, agriculture and cities. In the Roman times the land was dominated by rules and reguations.
*Christianity in Roman Britain – The
Roman authorities were suspicious of Christianity because followers
of Jesus Christ refused to take an oath of loyalty to the Roman
emperor. For this reason the early Christians were regarded as dangerous enemies of the Empire . That ceased when the emperor
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Stonehenge One of the best known ancient wonders of the world, 5000 years old Megalith monument, built by western mediterraneans during 3000-1600 BC Circular structure, large standing stones, aligned with rising sun at teh solstice Attlers and bones were sued to dig pits that hold the stones The Celts in Britain and their legacy 700-200 BC celts invade Britain Gaels or Goehls(Ireland and Scotland),Cymri(Wales) and Brythons(gave name to Brittany) Fierce fighters,superb horsemen.Most of them farmers, lived in thatched houses Good at art, craftmanship, used iron Divided into tribes, ruled by kings, only in face of danger would they choose a single leader Legacy- hill-forts, farms, churches, field system, woodland, pasture, weapons, iron objects, langugae, culture Caesar in Britain The great Roman Emperor Firts came 55 BC to gather information, celts were doing agriculturally well,so romans wanted

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1. Ancient Britain: the Celtic tribes. 2000 years ago there was an Iron Age Celtic culture throughout the Br Isles. It seems that the Celts, who had been arriving from Europe from the 8th cent BC onward, intermingled with the peoples who were already there. The Celts were extremely talented people, creative and artistic. More than 1 Celtic tribe invaded Br. The descendants of ancient Celts live in Wales, Scotland, Cornwall and Ireland. They lived in primitive society. Druids ­ priests, more powerful than chiefs. Acted like prophets. 2. Stonehenge From prehistoric period. Was built on Salisbury plain between 2500 and 1500 bc. One of the most famous and mysterious archaeological sites in the world. One of the mysteries is how it was built at all with the technology of the time. Another is its purpose. It appears to function as a kind on astronomical clock and we know it was used by the Druids for ceremonies marking the passing of the seasons. It appears in number of novels. T

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Roman Britain

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Suurbritannia üldkokkuvõte

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slaifarn profiilipilt
slaifarn: Selle konspekti alusel on võimalik saada A. Täiesti ära proovitud! :D
22:28 03-03-2014
AnnaK profiilipilt
AnnaK: Katsun ka A saada, see materjal tõotab olla suureks abiks. ;)
20:55 20-09-2010
Eglep profiilipilt
Eglep: Aitäh, säästab vaevast ise vastuseid otsida küsimustele :)
12:46 06-09-2011



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