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Explore the the ways in which people have interacted with the landscape of the AONB over the millenia. Click the epoch name to find out more...
http://www.historiclandscape.co.uk/exploring_time.htm

PALAEOLITHIC - 8000 BC
Hunter-gatherers

MESOLITHIC 8000 - 4000 BC
Temporary settlements and development of flint tools for hunting

NEOLITHIC 4000 - 2500 BC
Development of farming and permanent settlement

BRONZE AGE 2500 - 700 BC

IRON AGE 700 BC - 43 AD

ROMANO-BRITISH 43 - 410 AD

DARK AGES 410 - 1066 AD

MEDIEVAL 1066 - 1485 AD

RENAISSANCE 1485 - 1800 AD

EARLY MODERN & MODERN after 1800 AD

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