Profile: Rod Fanthorpe

About This Author

After a first career in local government, Rod Fanthorpe enjoyed a second in education, teaching the Humanities and setting up and teaching an examination course in Archaeology. The archaeology of Roman Britain and the coming of the English have fascinated him for many years, along with Family History, Modern History, and the Greek New Testament. Jean first saw him on an Open University TV programme in 1979 and they married the following year. For many years, Rod has given talks on Lincolnshire subjects. ALSO BY THE AUTHOR Fanthorpe, C.R. (1977). Experimental archaeology in school: the building and firing of a replica Romano-British above-ground, turf-built pottery kiln Fanthorpe, Rod, and Fanthorpe, Jean (2013). Fanthorpe people & place: how a worldwide family developed from its Lincolnshire locative roots in its social and economic context

This Author's Books

It’s the sizzling high summer of 1941. 17 year-olds Vitali and Halyna fancy each other like mad, having been as clingy as a sweaty shirt since secondary school. Halyna badly wants to marry her blonde, blue-eyed boy as soon as she can. Trouble is, Vitali’s....
ISBN: 9781788765329
Published: 3 October 2018