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The ideal way to find out about what it was like to live in prehistoric times would be to talk to someone who had actually experienced it. So I did.
In this part, we deal with water supply, washing, smells, lighting, and health.
This video ends a bit abruptly, but we talked for over twenty-four minutes without any pause convenient for editing, so I had to just pick a point to apply the scissors, I'm afraid.
John Rossetti was one of fifteen people who took part in the BBC's 'Living in the Past' experiment in 1977/8. They lived in iron age conditions for thirteen months, and showed remarkable dedication to the project. They even, without being required to, ploughed the fields again at the end of the project, just to show that they were able to keep the pattern of agricultural life going. They grew their own food, made their own clothes, kept about 100 mammals and a bee hive, and did without modern soaps, entertainments, and safety equipment.
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Iron age man - the John Rossetti interview part two
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