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Scale 1:625 000

The scale of a map is the ratio of the distance on the map to the corresponding distance on the ground. For example on 1:25 000 Scale (Explorer range) every 1 cm on the map is equal to 250 m on the ground.

Map of Ancient Britain

Photo of Ancient Britain

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Discover some of Great Britain's most important ancient monuments and archaeological sites with Ordnance Survey's map of Ancient Britain. This redesigned edition shows the location of sites from the Stone Age through to the early Middle Ages on a modern map base. Each archaeological period is identified using different symbols and colours.
The historical map and guide is complemented by a timeline that shows British events in relation to wider world history. Key sites of significant interest are highlighted using photographs, text and thumbnail mapping from the OS Landranger Map series. Additional information, such as a list of archaeological terms, suggested reading and museums to visit, is also included.
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