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Eric's latest adventure takes him to the Stone Age (the Mesolithic period to be exact) where he travels by dugout boat to the family's winter camp and shows off his hunting skills to terrified rodents.
An introduction to the changing way of life in Neolithic Britain through the eyes of a family, exploring their transition from hunter-gatherers to farmers.
Life in Bronze Age Britain is explored through the eyes of a family. The impact of copper and tin mining and the development of metal tools are explored.
How did people make tools from metal during the Bronze Age? This short video, introduced by children, demonstrates how a bronze axe is cast using Bronze Age technologies.
Iron, druids and hill-forts are central to this animated tale exploring the life of a family in Iron Age Britain.
From human hands to now-extinct animals, cave art gives us a glimpse into prehistoric life. Who created cave art, and what was its initial purpose? Explore the paintings of Chauvet-Pont d'Arc and Lascaux Grotto, and learn what prehistoric art can tell us about our world thousands of years ago.
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