Britain and Ireland

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Britain and Ireland


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BARRY CUNCLIFFE. Britain begins, xii+553 pages, 292 colour & b&w illustrations. 2012. Oxford: Oxford University Press; 978-0-19-960933-8 hardback 30 [pounds sterling] & $45.

ANDREW ME1RION JONES. Prehistoric materialities: becoming material in prehistoric Britain and Ireland. xii+230 pages, 40 illustrations, 10 colour plates. 2012. Oxford: Oxford University Press; 978-0-19955642-7 hardback 60 [pounds sterling].

ANDREW MEIRION JONES, JOSHUA POLLARD, MICHAEL J. ALLEN & JULIE GARDINER (ed.). Image, memory and monumentality. Archaeological engagements with the material world." a celebration of the academic achievements of Professor Richard Bradley (Prehistoric Society Research Papers 5). xxxii+ 333 pages, 109 colour & b&w illustrations, 6 tables. 2012. Oxford & Oakville (CT): The Prehistoric Society & Oxbow; 978-1-84217-495-1 hardback 35 [pounds sterling].

MICHAEL J. ALLEN, JULIE GARDINER & ALISON SHERIDAN (ed.). Is there a British Chalcolithic? People, places and polity in the late 3rd millennium (Prehistoric Society Research Papers 4). xxviii+ 340 pages, 127 illustrations, 37 tables, CD. 2012. Oxford & Oakville (CT): The Prehistoric Society & Oxbow; 978-I84217-496-8 hardback 39.95 [pounds sterling].

NIALL SHARPLES (ed.). A late Iron Age farmstead in the Outer Hebrides: excavations at Mound I, Bornais, South Uist. xviii+419 pages, 213 colour & b&w illustrations, 112 tables. 2012. Oxford & Oakville (CT): Oxbow; 978-I-84217-469-2 hardback 37 [pounds sterling].

LAWRENCE KEPPIE. Tae antiquarian rediscovery of the Antonine Wall. xiv+169 pages, 99 colour & b&w illustrations. 2012. Edinburgh: Society of Antiquaries of Scotland; 978-1-908332-00-4 hardback.

RICHARD HINGLEY. Hadrian's Wall: a life. xx+394 pages, 111 illustrations. 2012. Oxford: Oxford University Press; 978-0-19-964141-3 hardback [pounds sterling] 75.

ALAN MICHAEL WHITWORTH. Hadrian's wall through rime.

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