Stone Age to Iron Age - overview and depth

Primary History article

By Francis Pryor, Hilary Morris and Wessex Archaeology, published 7th March 2014

Stone Age to Iron Age

Stone Age to Iron Age covers around 10,000 years, between the last Ice Age and the coming of the Romans. Such a long period is difficult for children to imagine, but putting the children into a living time-line across the classroom might help. In one sense not a lot happens for a very long time, yet in another sense dramatic changes occur at irregular periods. Man moves from hunter-gatherer to farmer, from rural to urban, from fighting for survival to sophisticated society. There is plenty to get your teeth into! This feature should help you plan...

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