The Pathways to Ancient Britain (PAB) project brings together research into human presence in the British Isles. PAB’s research is separated into three chronological periods, from the earliest human occupation of Britain, through to extinction of the Neanderthals, and the emergence of modern humans.

  • Norfolk Coast Virtual Tour - Pathways to Ancient Britain

    North Norfolk Coast Virtual Tour

    View our virtual tour to some of the key Palaeolithic sites along the North Norfolk coast, compiled as part of the Palaeolithic Artefact Discoveries from Sandscaping (PADS) project.

Pathways to Ancient Britain (PAB) is funded by the Calleva Foundation and involves a number of institutions including the British Museum, the Natural History Museum and Queen Mary University of London. The project is a successor to the earlier Ancient Human Occupations of Britain project, funded by the Leverhulme Trust.