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Isles of Scilly history covers over 4,000 years of occupation, from prehistory to the present day. The Islands strong and distinctive cultural identity draws its inspiration from a unique relationship between land and sea. First visited by Mesolithic hunters and gatherers after the end of the last Ice Age some 10,000 years ago, the Islands were probably not settled upon permanently until the Bronze Age (2500-800 BC). Although Scilly follows the same general archaeological trends as West Cornwall, from where it was originally settled, the insular character of the Isles of Scilly has always been an important factor in its development.
During prehistory relative isolation led to the intensification of certain traditions, for example the unique concentration of Bronze Age entrance graves there are more than 80 compared with only about a dozen in Cornwall (Higher Innisidgen on St. Marys and Obadiahs Barrow on Gugh are good examples) and certain sites are unique to Scilly, such as the Romano-British shrine at Nornour, the Roman altar in Tresco Gardens and the recently discovered Iron Age sword and mirror burial on Bryher. From Roman times long distance trade brought Scilly into the wider world, and during the post-medieval period it became strategically important in the defence of England, being successively fortified over a period covering almost three hundred and fifty years.
With the construction of the Star Castle in 1593 the focus of settlement on St. Marys moved from Old Town, where there are the remains of a medieval castle, to Hugh Town. Cromwells Castle on Tresco, built in 1651-2 and named in honour of Oliver Cromwell, has a particularly dramatic setting guarding approaches to New Grimsby. An unusual aspect of Scilly history and archaeology is the presence of archaeological remains below high water, the result of low-lying land being submerged by a gradual rise in sea level. Today the Isles of Scilly comprise two hundred individual rocks and islands, but ten thousand years ago, at the end of the last ice age, the picture was very different.
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