Ancient Britain Map
Ancient Britain Map - every inch of Ancient Britain Mapped
Ancient monuments on this map date from the earliest times to about AD 100. The map and guide show the geographical distribution of some of the most important visible ancient monuments of Great Britain. The location of ancient monuments is displayed against a modern map base. Sites can be pinpointed exactly using the grid reference number and the relevant 1:50 000 scale sheet number. The map is complemented by an informative text, colour photographs and chronological table.
On the back cover:
This map and guide shows the geographical distribution of some of the most important visible ancient monuments of Great Britain. Ancient monuments date from earliest times to about ad 100, and archaeological periods within this time span are distinguished by the use of different symbols and colours on the map. The location of the monuments is highlighted by displaying archaeological details against a modern map base.
An index to all sites is provided, with each monument named, given an National Grid reference number, and the relevant 1:50 000 scale Landranger sheet number so that sites may be exactly pinpointed. The map is printed with north and south Britain back to back and is complemented by an informative text, colour photographs of selected sites and a useful chronological table.