I couldn’t believe you got so much done in one session! Obviously, some great teamwork went on.
I’m glad you didn’t make any daub to put on those wattle walls though!
I know I could have been really dirty!
i can not believe we did it
I would build my roundhouse on a hill because it is easier to defend. What you need to survive as celt are animals because they will give food to the celts but not the sheep because some sheep you need the wool but you can kill some sheep. You will also need wood for tools and weapons like spears and sword and stuff like that. Good question.
Does anyone know the name of those Iron age villages (on top of hills) that Daryl described?
They are called hill forts.
Have a look at this link and read the first four paragraphs. Who would’ve thought that the Romans stormed the Wrekin?
If you were a Celtic Briton looking to settle somewhere, where would you build your roundhouse? What would you need to survive and thrive?
You would need resources also equal land so a bit wet and a bit dry. Because if you built a village right next to a river, you would have a flood and if you built it in the woods, you could get attacked by wild animals.
Well done everyone Mr Tarte I think the same as daryl
What resources would a Celt need to build a roundhouse?
Wood,reeds finally wattle and daub of course!
Well done Evie good thinking
I think the same as Evie to but to get those you would have to live next to a wood and a farmer and finally live by a river for the reeds and resources.
I really like forest school and it was fun building the round house
I looked at the link and it is very interesting and there’s a lot to read
I can’t believe that the Wrekin was 1,300 feet above sea
The hill fronts are really interesting it would be cool to be an archaeologist and find amazing things
It would be fascinating, wouldn’t it?
Did you read what archaeologists found which proved there were Roman battles fought on the Wrekin? Have another look.
I didn’t know that a Roman horn is called Cornu!
The iberia tribe Owned
Good effort. The tribe definitely came from Iberia, but can you find the name of the tribe? Check the link again.
Come on they found spear heads
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