The Pathways to Ancient Britain (PAB) project focuses on three chronological periods of human presence in the British Isles, from the earliest occupation through to extinction of the Neanderthals and the emergence of modern humans. For each time span, the project focuses on specific sites that address key research questions relevant to the period:

  • Pathways to Ancient Britain - Happisburgh Reconstruction Copyright John Sibbick AHOB

    Pioneering Populations

    Studying sites in the British Isles that were occupied by humans from one million to 500,000 years ago, including Happisburgh, Norfolk.

Pathways to Ancient Britain (PAB) is funded by the Calleva Foundation and involves a number of institutions. The project is a successor to the earlier Ancient Human Occupations of Britain project funded by the Leverhulme Trust.