Billy, showing kids how bronze-age irish decorated their wee pots
John, looking for something to do with a bronze axe
"Tell us how the meat should be cut up, Billy"
John, wondering if he's brave enough to serve pork, boiled to "rare" in a fulacht fiadh full of hot, high pH water, wrapped in possibly poisonous leaves. Yum.
"Uh, do we really want to eat that ?" The white scum is calcium oxide, reacting with ... frogs, pork fat, wood ash, etc.
The pyre dies out as the rocks have been pulled into the water-filled pit to boil the pig meat. Bronze-melting furnace & bellows in foreground.
Childs rattle, woven from rushes
Iron Age crops, in a hand-ploughed field
Half way made child's rattle
Nettles. Crap at dyeing, worse for eating. (this late in the season, at least)