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Inside the prehistoric mind

Francis Pryor explores the sensory world of prehistoric Britain

Published: September 28, 2021 at 12:59 pm
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How did prehistoric people in Britain view and understand the world around them? What did they smell, hear and see? Francis Pryor, one of Britain’s leading archaeologists and the author of Scenes from Prehistoric Life, delves into the sensory world of our prehistoric ancestors.

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Francis Pryor is the author of Scenes from Prehistoric Life: from the Ice Age to the Coming of the Romans (Head of Zeus, 2021)

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