compassion, collaboration & cooperation iN transistion
Over time, sea levels rose and Doggerland became increasingly submerged, eventually becoming cut off from land on both sides and forming an island. Around 6000 BC a devastating tsunami tore down through the North Sea and across the island of Doggerland, wiping out its population. The story of Doggerland tells us of our history as Europeans and also of our beginnings as an island race. After the submergence of Doggerland the residents in Britain became cut off from the European mainland and began to develop independently. The spread of agriculture, from the Fertile Crescent through Europe, stopped at the Channel and our island mentality began to form.
Add a Comment