iron age britain

HideShow resource information
View mindmap
  • Iron age britain
    • advanced farming
      • significance of farming land = lead to rivalry and civil strife due
      • due to new iron farming equipment
    • resiliant
      • due to previous weather conditions etc know how to cope and farm with the climate
      • warfare and battle tactics advanced cue to new types of weaponry as iron weapons ment easier to forge and mend if broke unlike bronze
      • often occupied large hill forts as defence such as hod hill and maiden castle
    • cultural change
      • significant degree of interaction and cultural exchange
    • easy to access
    • agricultural wealth
      • rich elite of bronze age the made economy unstable don't control wealth as livestock and produce demonstrate wealth
    • economic advancement
      • more trade and imports in goods
        • contiuing trade as by c2bc gallo-belgic currency founds its way into britain along with imports of italian wine through hengistbury headquanties small and oth minimal significance to britains economy
          • seen though fragments of  amphorae
  • often occupied large hill forts as defence such as hod hill and maiden castle

Comments

No comments have yet been made

Similar Ancient History resources:

See all Ancient History resources »See all iron age britain resources »