book profiles 80 incredible artefacts that were found by members
of the British public.
From hoards of Roman gold to tiny Viking spindle whorls, thousands of years of life in Britain are represented in these lost treasures.
By exploring how these treasures were created, handled, discarded and ultimately re-discovered, Britain's Secret Treasures reveals our ancestors' lives and beliefs on an intimate, personal scale.
It also includes a chapter from the British Museum on how to get involved in archaeology, and how to search for archaeological artefacts and sites responsibly - more info on that at www.finds.org.uk
In association with the British Museum and ITV.
was excited to contribute to a new collection of
cool essays for young people in the States, published by Roaring Brook
ESSAYS AREN'T BORING!
can be a chance for you to be passionate, exciting, funny, emotional...
My sample essay is about why
King Arthur is one of the most exciting and enduring heroes of all time.
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