Britain is a wealth of treasure; it glitters not with gold, but with stories. It holds tales of the mundane, the horrific, and the mesmerizing.
‘History repeats itself, first as tragedy, second as farce’ – Karl Marx
The human species is still very young, yet we have expanded to every corner of the earth like a chemical reaction. It’s the human big bang; we have made small steps and giant leaps, only to be confronted with the same issues, presented as innovative and new, a ‘new economic downturn’. We as a modern world tend to dress up age-old issues in the finery of modern understanding. Archaeology traces this evolution; it is up to the modern world to give it relevance.