Islandscapes and 'islandness': The prehistoric Isle of Man in the Irish seascape
This paper will explore the role of the Isle of Man in the prehistory of the Irish Sea area through an examination of its changing islandscape from the Neolithic through the Iron Age. It was far from insular during prehistory, but the social and economic
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