Doing the research - Iron Age life:
edited 14th Feb '11 3:49:30 PM by Yej
- Look at more sites/books/whatever focusing on archeology instead of history. The day-to-day stuff is what they focus on — usually because all they get is the trash piles of some nameless person long ago.
- Look at the technology of the time period. This one could be a bit more messy, just from the plethora of disconnected stuff, but usually a book on the subject will not only talk about the new invention, but also what it replaced and perhaps how it affected people economically.
- Linguistics. I'm not sure how much information exists on the historical stuff, but linguistics in general is a lot of talk about how things where said, how what was said was interpreted socially, and in tern how a lot of said social interaction works. Its about culture on a person to person basis.
edited 14th Feb '11 8:34:29 PM by Dec
- Nemo enim fere saltat sobrius, nisi forte insanit
edited 14th Feb '11 6:34:34 PM by Specialist290
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