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Here are some links to other interesting websites about Beaker Culture and other stuff!

The Dorset Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty website

The Age of Bronze living history group.

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The Dorset County Museum in Dorchester is a source of inspiration - but the associated Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society's research website has the information and further links.

Hidden Dorset is a font of useful knowledge about Dorsetshire, with really good maps and an events listing. The link takes you to the Heritage & Culture category "What's around us past and present".

The Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site has an arts programme, which features many interesting events and activities.

The Bridport Arts Centre is a thriving centre of excellence, often hosting exhibitions that relate to the landscape and material culture.

The Bestwall project in Wareham has turned up masses of Bronze Age "stuff" (like 12,000 pieces of BA pottery - to say nothing of the later periods) check out the website.

Wessex Archaeology

Jacqui Wood's Saveock Water Archaeology

A very useful and interesting website with a very good timeline approach to history can be found at:
From Dot To Domesday

The font of British Museum knowledge is at :-

Megalithic Portal


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Bill's Main Pottery Web page

Upwey Potters Web Page