The Neolithic culture of the Isle of Man: a study of the sites and pottery
This study's main aim is to summarise the available site and ceramic evidence upon which understanding of the Manx Neolithic currently rests, augmented with discussion of the location and topography of the island and the history of Manx research studies.
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The start of the Manx Neolithic
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4th millennium BC Alan Skillan artefacts B'co B'tel B'va Ballachrink Ballacottier Ballalheaney Ballateare Ballavarry Ballig Beaker Bersu Billown Quarry BiQ2 BiQl Bronze Age Bruce burial rite Carbon on sherd Cashtal yn Ard chamber cist court tomb cremation Cubbon Darvill Date of Neolithic decoration Dumfries and Galloway Earthfast jar Date evidence excavation fieldwalking Figure Glencrutchery Gle Grooved ware Held by Alan Henshall Irish Sea Irish Sea area Island K'al Kermode Killeaba King Orry's Grave Knockaloe Knockaloe Beg Knocksharry Larch Garrad Late Neolithic Number Late Neolithic pottery lithic lithic scatter Manx Late Neolithic Manx Museum Manx Neolithic Manx SMR material culture megalithic Middle Neolithic Middle Neolithic pottery mound Mull Hill Circle Number of sherds Number of vessels passage tomb Piggott pottery style Radiocarbon dates Ramsey Brooghs recovered Ronaldsway Airport Ronaldsway House RonH Scard Shouldered pottery South Barrule stone axes Stray find Date unpub Unpublished note West Kimmeragh whilst