EDITORS COMMENTS This print transports us back in time to the Iron Age era, offering a glimpse into the lives of our ancestors. The intricate reconstruction drawing by Peter Dunn, part of the English Heritage Graphics Team, showcases an Iron Age man and woman against the backdrop of a Round House at Old Sarum in Wiltshire. The attention to detail is remarkable as we observe their costumes, shield, and weapon. Clad in traditional attire, they exude strength and resilience that defined this period. The man's sturdy shield hints at his role as a protector while his weapon symbolizes both defense and survival skills necessary during those times. The woman stands beside him with grace and poise, embodying her own unique contribution to their community. Her presence reminds us that women played vital roles within these societies – nurturing families, tending crops or livestock, and contributing to the overall well-being of their communities. The Round House behind them serves as a reminder of their living environment - circular structures made from local materials such as wood or stone. These homes were not only functional but also reflected their close connection with nature. Through this evocative image captured by Historic England Photo Library, we are transported back thousands of years ago when life was simpler yet filled with challenges. It allows us to appreciate our heritage and gain insight into how our ancestors lived during this fascinating period known as the Iron Age.
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