The Archaeology of Britain: An Introduction from the Upper Palaeolithic to the Industrial Revolution

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Key texts

b
Barton, N., 1997. Stone Age Britain. London: Batsford.
Barton, R.N.E. and Roberts, A.J., 1996. ‘Reviewing the British Late Upper Palaeolithic: new evidence for chronological patterning in the Lateglacial record’, Oxford Journal of Archaeology 15, 245-265.
Barton, R.N.E., Roberts, A.J. and Roe, D.A. (eds) 1991. The Late Glacial in north-west Europe. London: Council for British Archaeology Research Report 77.

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Jacobi, R.M., 1980. ‘ The Upper Palaeolithic of Britain with special reference to Wales’, in Taylor, J.A. (ed.) Culture and environment in Prehistoric Wales. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports British Series 76, 15-100.

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Lowe, J.J. and Walker, M.J.C., 1997. Reconstructing Quaternary environments. London: Longman. 2 edn.

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