New book achieves 'Best Seller' status
A successful new book co-authored by Dr Rob Dinnis coincides with a major exhibition at the Natural History Museum; a result of over a decade of the Ancient Human Occupation of Britain project. (Published 11 March 2014)
Congratulations to Dr Rob Dinnis, whose recent book “Britain: One Million Years of the Human Story” has achieved “Best Seller” status on Amazon, based on sales in the Human Evolution category.
Journey through ancient Britain
One Million Years of the Human Story takes readers on an incredible journey through ancient Britain from the earliest known occupation. Using key fossil specimens and evidence from archaeological sites, the book reveals the human species occupying Britain during the ice ages; who they were and how they survived.
Major exhibition at the Natural History Museum
The publication of the book, co-authored with Professor Chris Stringer of the Natural History Museum, coincides with a major exhibition at the museum, which opened in February. Visitors can journey back in time as the ancient Britons are brought to life through imagery, artefacts and fossils, films and life-size models.
The museum exhibition and book mark over a decade of the Ancient Human Occupation of Britain project, directed by Professor Stringer, and on which Dr Dinnis worked before arriving at the University of Edinburgh.
Dr Rob Dinnis
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