The British Museum Colouring Book of Ancient Britain by Patricia Hanson, Richard Parkinson, Stephen Crummy, John Green
  

Synopsis

The British Museum Colouring Book of Ancient Britain by Patricia Hanson, Richard Parkinson, Stephen Crummy, John Green

This coloring book features simple, easy-to-color line drawings of artifacts and scenes from the everyday lives of those living in Ancient Britain. Among the illustrations are some of the priceless objects found at the Sutton Hoo Anglo-Saxon burial, which are now kept in The British Museum.

About the Author

Written by staff in the British Museum across many different departments

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
48 pages

Author

Patricia Hanson, Richard Parkinson, Stephen Crummy, John Green
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Publisher

British Museum Press

Publication date

9th July 2007

ISBN

9780714131221


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