Neolithic Enclosures in Atlantic Northwest Europe

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Timothy C. Darvill, Julian Thomas
Oxbow Books, 2001 - History - 203 pages
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Thirteen papers from the meeting of the Neolithic Studies Group. Contents: Neolithic enclosures in northwest Europe: some recent things (T Darvill & J Thomas); Enclosures and related structures in Brittany and western France (C Scarre); Neolithic enclosed settlements in Cornwall (R J Mercer); Early enclosures in southeast Cornwall (K Ray); Recent work on Neolithic enclosure in Devon (F M Griffith); Clegyr Boia: a potential Neolithic enclosure and associated monuments on the St David's peninsular, southwest Wales (B Vyner); Bridging the Severn Estuary: two possible earlier Neolithic enclosures in the Vale of Glamorgan (S Burrow, T Driver & D Thomas); Survey at Hindwell Enclosure, Walton, Powys, Wales (A Gibson, H Becker, E Grogan, N Jones & B Masterson); A time and place for enclosure: Gardom's Edge, Derbyshire (J Barnatt, B Bevan & M Edmonds); Neolithic enclosures: reflections on excavations on Wales (J Thomas); Neolithic enclosures in Scotland (G Barclay); Neolithic enclosure in the Isle of Man (T Darvill); Donegore Hill and other Irish Neolithic enclosures (A Sheridan); Danish causewayed enclosures

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Enclosures and related structures in Brittany and western France
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the past the present
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Early enclosures in southeast Cornwall Keith Ray
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About the author (2001)

Timothy Darvill is Professor of Archaeology in the School of Conservation Sciences at Bournemouth University. He has served as Chairman of the Institute of Field Archaeologists and a Member of the Council of the National Trust.Jane Timby is a freelance archaeological consultant specializing in later
prehistoric, Roman, and Saxon pottery. Paul Stamper is an Inspector of Ancient Monuments for English Heritage.

Thomas is lecturer in Archaeology at Southampton University.

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