Francis Pryor argues that Britain's early history was a vibrant period, when the island thrived under foreign influences from as far afield as the Middle East without losing any cultural identity
Francis Pryor sheds light on the so-called 'Dark Ages' and finds a world inhabited by Christianised, literate Britons.
Francis Pryor reveals that the Roman invasion of Britain was a beneficial experience.
Francis Pryor sheds light on the so-called 'Dark Ages'.
Francis focuses his attention on the Anglo-Saxon invasion.