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Bronze Age Bibliography

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Abercromby, J 1912 A study of the Bronze Age pottery of Great Britain & Ireland and its associated grave-goods Clarendon: Oxford

Acta Archaeologica 67-68 (1996), Levin and Munksgaard: Copenhagen

Alexander, D 2000 ‘Excavation of Neolithic pits, later prehistoric structures and a Roman temporary camp along the line of the A96 Kintore and Blackburn Bypass, Aberdeenshire’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot, 130, 11–75.

Amesbury, M J., Charman, D J., Fyfe, R M., Langdon, P G. and West, S 2008 ‘Bronze Age upland settlement decline in southwest England: testing the climate change hypothesis’, Journal of Archaeological Science 35, 87-98. 

Anderson, D E., Binney, H A and Smith, M A 1998 ‘Evidence for abrupt climatic change in northern Scotland between 3900 and 3500 calendar years BP’, The Holocene 8, 97-103.

Anderson, D E 1998 ‘A reconstruction of Holocene climatic changes from peat bogs in north-west Scotland’, Boreas 27, 208-224.

Anderson, J 1873 ‘Notice on the excavation of ‘Kenny’s Cairn’ on the Hill of Bruan: Cairn Righ, near Yarhouse; The Warth Hill Cairn, Duncansby, and several smaller cairns in Caithness.’ Proc Soc Antiq Scot 9, 292‐6

Anderson, J 1886 Scotland in Pagan Times: the Bronze and Stone Ages, David Douglas: Edinburgh

Anderson, J 1901 ‘Notice Of A Hoard Of Bronze Implements, And Ornaments, And Buttons Of Jet Found At Migdale, On The Estate Ofskibo, Sutherland’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot 35, 266.

Anderson, K 2011 ‘Slashing and thrusting with Late Bronze Age spears: analysis and experiment’ Antiquity 85, 599-612

Anthony, I M C 2003 Luminesence Dating of Scottish Burnt Mounds: New Investigations in Orkney and Shetland Unpublished PhD Thesis, University of Glasgow.

Armit, I., Dunwell, A and Hunter, F 1999 'Traprain Law (Prestonkirk parish), Neolithic axehead; Iron Age and medieval occupation', Discovery Excav Scot, 30-31

Armit, I., Dunwell, A and Hunter, F 2000 'Traprain Law, East Lothian (Prestonkirk parish), later prehistoric hillfort; occupation deposits', Discovery Excav Scot, vol.1, 29

Armit, I, Schulting, R and Knüsel, C 2011 ‘Decapitation and display? The Bronze and Iron Age human remains fromthe Sculptor’s Cave, Covesea, NE Scotland’.  Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 77.

Arnold, D E 1981 `A model for the identification of non-local ceramic distribution: a view from the present‘ in Howard, H and Morris, E L (eds) Production and distribution: a ceramic viewpoint, British Archaeological Reports International Series 120: Oxford, 31-44.

Ashmore, P J 1996 Neolithic and Bronze Age Scotland.  Batsford: London

Ashmore, P 2000 ‘A list of archaeological radiocarbon samples’, Discovery Excav Scot new ser 1, 122-128.

Ashmore, P 2001a ‘A list of archaeological radiocarbon samples’, Discovery Excav Scot new ser 2, 122-128.

Ashmore, P A 2001b ‘Settlement in Scotland during the second millennium BC’, in Bruck, J (ed) Bronze Age Landscapes. Tradition and Transformation. Oxbow: Oxford, 1-8.

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Baillie, M G L 1989 ‘Do Irish bog oaks date the Shang Dynasty’, Current Archaeology 117, 310-13.

Baillie, M G L 1998 ‘Bad for trees – bad for humans?’, in Mills, C M and Coles, G (eds) Life on the Edge: Human settlement and marginality. Oxbow: Oxford, 13-20.

Bakels, C C 1997 ‘The beginnings of manuring in western Europe’, Antiquity 71, 442-445.

Baker, L., Sheridan, A. and Cowie, T 2003 ‘An Early Bronze Age ‘dagger grave’ from Rameldry Farm, near Kingskettle, Fife’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot 133, 85-123.

Balkwill, C J  1973 ‘The earliest horse-bits of western Europe’, Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 39, 425-452.

Ballantyne, C K 2004 Geomorphological changes and trends in Scotland: debris-flows. Scottish Natural Heritage (Commissioned Report No. 052) (ROAME No. F00AC107A).   

 

Ballin, T 2009 Quartz in Scottish Prehistory. Scottish Archaeological Internet Reports [online] 26. Society of Antiquaries of Scotland: Edinburgh. Available at <http://www.sair.org.uk/sair26/index.html> [Accessed 21 March 2012].

 

Barber, J W (ed) 1997 The Archaeological Investigation of a Prehistoric Landscape: Excavations on Arran 197881, Scottish Trust for Archaeological Research (Monograph 2): Edinburgh.

Barber, J 2003 ‘Bronze Age farms and Iron Age farm mounds of the Outer Hebrides’, Scottish Archaeological Internet Reports [online] 3. Society of Antiquaries of Scotland: Edinburgh. Available at <http://www.sair.org.uk/sair3/index.html> [Accessed 14 December 2011].

Barber, J W and Brown, M M 1984 ‘An Sithean, Islay’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot 114, 161-188.

Barber, K E., Chambers, F M., Maddy, D., Stoneman, R and Brew, J S 1994 ‘A sensitive high-resolution record of late Holocene climatic change from a raised bog in northern England’, The Holocene 4, 198 205.

Barber, J W and Crone, B A 2001 ‘The duration of structures, settlements and sites: some evidence from Scotland’, in Raftery, B and Hickey, J (eds) Recent Developments in Wetland Research, Seandálaíocht: Mon 2, Dept Archaeol, UCD, and WARP (Wetland Archaeol Res Proj) Occasional Paper 14: Dublin., 69-86.

Barclay, G J 1985 `Excavations at Upper Suisgill, Sutherland‘, Proc Soc Antiq Scot, 115, 159-198, fiche 1: C1-D4.

Barclay, G J 1989 ‘The cultivation remains beneath the North Mains, Strathallan barrow’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot 119, 59-61

Barrett, J C and Gourlay, A 1999 ‘An early metal assemblage from Dail na Caraidh, Inverness-shire, and its context’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot 129, 161-187.

Bayley, J., Crossley, D and Ponting, M 2008 Metals and Metalworking; a research framework for archaeometallurgy Historical Metallurgy Society (Occasional publication No 6).

Beckensall, S 2009 Prehistoric rock art in Britain.  Amberley Publishing: Stroud.

Becket, A and MacGregor, G 2008 Knowing your left from your right: a possible shrine or cult-house from the Carrick, Midross, Loch Lomond.  Paper given at Bronze Age Forum meeting, University of Sheffield, 2008.

Bender Jorgensen, L 1986 Forhistoriske Textiler I Skandinavien  Nordiske Fortidsminder B9: Copenhagen

Bender Jorgensen, L 1992 North European textiles until AD 1000 Aarhus University Press : Aarhus

Bennett, K D 1995 ‘Postglacial dynamics of pine (Pinus sylvestris) and pinewoods in Scotland’, in Aldhous, J R (ed) Our Pinewood Heritage. Forestry Commission: Edinburgh, 22-39.

Bennett, K D., Boreham, S., Sharp, M J and Switsur, V R 1992 ‘Holocene history of environment, vegetation, and human settlement in Catta Ness, Lunnasting, Shetland’, Journal of Ecology 80, 241-273.

Bennett, K D., Bunting, M J and Fossitt, J D 1997 ‘Long-term vegetation change in the Western and Northern Isles, Scotland’, Botanical Journal of Scotland 49, 127-141.

Benton, S 1931 ‘The excavations of the Sculptor‘s Cave, Covesea, Morayshire‘, Proc Soc Antiq Scot, 177-216.

Berglund, B E 2003 ‘Human impact and climate changes – synchronous events and a causal link.’, Quaternary International 105, 7-12.

Berstan, R W., Stott, A W., Minnitt, S., Bronk Ramsey, C., Hedges, R E M and Evershed, R P 2008  ‘Direct dating of pottery from its organic residues: new precision using compound-specific carbon isotopes’, Antiquity 82, 702–713.

Bevan, B 2007 ‘The early Iron Age of the Peak District: re-reading the evidence.’, in Haselgrove, C and Pope, R (eds) The Earlier Iron Age in Britain and the near Continent, Oxbow: Oxford, 248-58.

Birks, H H 1975 ‘Studies in the vegetational history of Scotland. IV. Pine stumps in Scottish blanket peats’, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B270, 181-226.

Bjorck, S and Clemmensen, L B 2004 ‘Aeolian sediment in raised bog deposits, Halland, SW Sweden: a new proxy record of Holocene winter storminess variation in southern Scandinavia?’, The Holocene 14, 677-688.

Black, D D 1856. ‘Notice of the Excavation of a 'Picts House' on the farm of Stensall of Kergord, Zetland’. Proc Soc Antiq Scot 2, 452 ‐ 454.

Bogaard, A and Jones, G 2007 ‘Neolithic farming in Britain and central Europe:  contrast or continuity?’, Proceedings of the British Academy 144, 355-375.

Bond, G C et al. 1997 ‘A pervasive millennial-scale cycle in North Atlantic Holocene and glacial climates’, Science 278, 1257-1266.

Bond, G C et al. 2001 ‘Persistent solar influence on North Atlantic climate during the Holocene’, Science 294, 2130-2136.

Bradley, R 1990 The Passage of Arms: An Archaeological Analysis of Prehistoric Hoards and Votive Deposits. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.

Bradley, R 1997 Rock art and the prehistory of Atlantic Europe: signing the land.  Routledge: London.

Bradley, R 2000a  An archaeology of natural places. Routledge: London.

Bradley, R 2000b The good stones: a new investigation of the Clava cairns.  Society of Antiquaries of Scotland: Edinburgh.

Bradley, R 2002 ‘The Neolithic and Bronze Age periods in the north - some matters arising’, in Brooks, C., Daniels, R and Harding, A (eds) Past, Present and Future. The Archaeology of Northern England. Architectural and Archaeological Society of Durham and Northumberland (Research Report 5): Durham, 37-41.

Bradley, R 2005a Ritual and domestic life in prehistoric Europe.  Routledge: London.

Bradley, R 2005b The moon and the bonfire: an investigation of three stone circles in north-east Scotland.  Society of Antiquaries of Scotland: Edinburgh.

Bradley, R 2007 The prehistory of Britain and Ireland. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.

Bradley, R 2011 Stages and screens: an investigation of four henge monuments in northern and north-eastern Scotland.  Society of Antiquaries of Scotland: Edinburgh.

Bradley, R J and Sheridan, J A 2005 ‘Croft Moraig and the chronology of stone circles’, Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 71, 269–81.

Bradley, R., Ball, C., Croft, S and Phillips, T 2002 ‘The stone circles of northeast Scotland in the light of excavation’, Antiquity 76(293), 840-848.

Bradley, R J., Brown, A D and Watson, A 2010 ‘The archaeology and environment of prehistoric rock carvings on Ben Lawers’, PAST 65, 10-12.

Bray, P 2009 Exploring the social basis of technology: Re-analysing regional archaeometric studies of the first copper and tin-bronze use in Britain and Ireland. Unpublished DPhil Thesis, University of Oxford

Bray, P and Pollard, A M (in press) 'A new interpretative approach to the chemistry of copper-alloy objects: source, recycling and technology'. Antiquity

Bridge, M C., Haggart, B A and Lowe, J J 1990 ‘The history and palaeoclimatic significance of subfossil remains of Pinus sylvestris in blanket peats from Scotland’,  Journal of Ecology 78, 77-99.

Bridgford, S D 1997 ‘Mightier than the pen? An edgewise look at Irish bronze swords’ in Carman, J. (ed) Material Harm: archaeological studies of war and violence Cruithne Press: Glasgow, 95-115.

Bridgford, S 2000 Weapons, warfare and society in Britain 1250–750 BC. Unpublished PhD Thesis. Sheffield: University of Sheffield.

Brindley, A 2007 Dating of Food Vessels and Urns in Ireland. National University of Ireland: Galway.

Britton, D 1963  ‘Traditions of metalworking in the later Neolithic and Early Bronze Age of Britain’ Part I  Proc.Prehist.Soc. 29, 258-325 .

Brodie, N J 1994 The Neolithic–Bronze Age Transition in Britain, British Archaeological Report, British Series 238. Oxford: Tempus Reparatum.

Broholm, H C and Hald, M 1940 Costumes of the Bronze Age in Denmark. Copenhagen/London.

Brophy, K and Noble, G 2011 ‘Ritual and remembrance at a prehistoric ceremonial complex in central Scotland: excavations at Forteviot, Perth and Kinross’, Antiquity 85 (329), 787–804.

Brothwell, D 1972 ‘Palaeodemography and earlier British populations’, World Archaeology 4, 75-87.

Brown, A G and Keough, M 1992 ‘Holocene floodplain metamorphosis in the Midlands, United Kingdom’, Geomorphology 4, 433-45.

Bruce, M and Kerr, N 1995 ‘The skeletal analysis’, in Dunwell, A J., Neighbour, T and Cowie, T G ‘A cist burial adjacent to the Bronze Age cairn at Cnip, Uig, Isle of Lewis’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot 125, (279-288).

Brück, J 1999a ‘Ritual and Rationality: Some Problems of Interpretation in European Archaeology’, European Journal of Archaeology 2 (3), 313-344.

Brück, J 1999b ‘Houses, lifecycles and deposition on Middle Bronze Age settlements in southern England.’ Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 65, 145-166.

Brück, J 2002 Bronze Age Landscapes. Tradition and Transformation. Oxbow: Oxford.

Brück, J 2006 ‘Fragmentation, personhood and the social construction of technology in Middle and Late Bronze Age Britain’, Cambridge Archaeological Journal 16(2), 297-315.

Buckland, P C and Edwards, K J 1984 ‘The longevity of pastoral episodes of clearance activity in pollen diagrams: the role of post-occupation grazing’, Journal of Biogeography 11, 243-249.

Buckland, P C., Dugmore, A J and Edwards, K J 1997 ‘Bronze Age myths? Volcanic activity and human response in the Mediterranean and north Atlantic regions’, Antiquity 71, 581-93.

Budd, P and Taylor, T 1995 ‘The faerie smith meets the bronze industry: Magic versus science in the interpretation of prehistoric metal-making’, World Archaeology 27(1), 133-143.

Bunting, M J 1994 ‘Vegetation history from Orkney, Scotland; pollen records from two small basins in West Mainland.’, New Phytologist 128, 771-792.

Bunting, M J., Middleton, R and Twiddle, C L 2007 ‘Wetland records of a coastal cultural landscape in north-west Scotland: application of the multiple scenario approach to landscape reconstruction’, in Barber, J et al. (eds) Archaeology from the Wetlands: Recent perspectives, Society of Antiquaries of Scotland: Edinburgh, 109-117.

Burgess, C 1969 ‘Breton palstaves from the British Isles’, Archaeological Journal 126, 149-153

Burgess, C 1980 The Age of Stonehenge. Orion: London.

Burgess, C 1984 ‘The prehistoric settlement of Northumberland: a speculative survey’, in Miket, R and Burgess, C (eds) Between and beyond the Walls: essays on the prehistory and history of north Britain in honour of George Jobey, Edinburgh, 126-175.

Burgess, C 1985 ‘Population, climate and upland settlement.’, in Spratt, D A and Burgess, C (eds) Upland Settlement in Britain - the Second Millennium BC and After. British Archaeological Reports British Series 143: Oxford, 195-230.

Burgess, C 1989 ‘Volcanoes, catastrophe and the global crisis of the late Second Millennium BC.’, Current Archaeology 117, 325-29.

Burgess, C 1990 'Discontinuity and dislocation in later prehistoric settlement: some evidence from Atlantic Europe’, in Mordant, C and Richard, A (eds) L’Habitat st L’Occupation du Sol A L’Age du Bronze en Europe. Documents Prehistoriques 4, Comite des Travaux Historiques et Scientifiques: Paris, 21-40.

Burgess, C 1995 ‘Bronze Age settlements and domestic pottery in northern Britain: some suggestions’, in Kinnes, I and Varndell, G (eds) ‘Unbaked Urns of Rudely Shape’ - Essays on British and Irish Pottery for Ian Longworth. Oxbow: Oxford, 145-158.

Burgess, C B and Gerloff, S 1981 The Dirks and Rapiers of Great Britain and Ireland. Prahistorische Bronzefunde, IV/7 C.H. Beck: Munich.

Burgess, C., Topping, P and Lynch, F (eds) 2007 Beyond Stonehenge: Essays on the Bronze Age in Honour of Colin Burgess. Oxbow Books: Oxford.

Burl, H A W 1973 ‘The recumbent stone circles of North –East Scotland’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot 102, (60, 65, 78).

Burl, A 1988 Four-posters. Bronze Age Stone Circles of Western Europe. British Archaeological Reports 195: Oxford.

Burl, A 2000 The Stone Circles of Britain, Ireland and Brittany. Yale University Press: New Haven.

Buteux, S 1997 Settlements at Skaill, Deerness Orkney British Archaeological Reports (British Series 260): Oxford.

Bridgford, S 2000 Weapons, warfare and society in Britain 1250–750 BC. Unpublished PhD Thesis. Sheffield: University of Sheffield.

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Callander, J G 1923 ‘Scottish Bronze Age Hoards’ Proc Soc Antiq Scot 57,123-66. (With Supplementary Note on p.320)

Cardon, D 2007 Natural Dyes. Sources, Tradition, Technology and Science. London.

Carman, J (ed) 1997 Material Harm: archaeological studies of war and violence Cruithne Press: Glasgow

Carman, J and Harding, A (eds) 1999 Ancient Warfare- Archaeological Perspectives. Sutton: Stroud.

Carruthers, M 2007 ‘The Cairns, Windwick Bay’, Discovery Excav Scot 8, 145-6.

Carruthers, M and Lee, D forthcoming ‘Excavations at Ness Breck souterrain’

Carter, S 1993 ‘Tulloch Wood, Forres, Moray: the survey and dating of a fragment of prehistoric landscape’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot 123, 215-33.

Carter, S 1994 ‘Radiocarbon dating evidence for the age of narrow cultivation ridges in Scotland’, Tools and Tillage 7, 83–91.

Carter, S 1998 ‘Palaeopedology’, in McCullagh, R P J and Tipping, R (eds) The Lairg Project 1988-1996. The evolution of an archaeological landscape in northern Scotland. STAR (Monograph 3): Edinburgh, 150-61.

Carter, S., Dalland, M and Long, D 2005 ‘Early Land-use and Landscape Development in Arisaig’, Scottish Archaeological Internet Reports [online] 15. Society of Antiquaries of Scotland: Edinburgh. Available at <http://www.sair.org.uk/sair15/index.html> [Accessed 15 December 2011].

Carter, S and Dalland, M 2005 ‘Bronze Age banks at the Black Crofts, North Connel, Argyll, a synthesis and re-assessment, Proc Soc Antiq Scot 135, 191-212.

Caseldine, C J 1999 ‘Archaeological and environmental change on prehistoric Dartmoor: current understanding and future directions’, Quaternary Proceedings 7, 575-584.

Catling, C 2011 ‘Heathrow’s every day landscape’, Current Archaeology 256, 20-27.

Cayless, S M 2000 Vegetational and Land-Use History of a Late Prehistoric Landscape at Stanshiel Rig, Upper Annandale, Scotland. Unpublished MSc Thesis, University of Stirling.

CFA 1993 ‘A9 Broomhill to Logie Easter diversion, Delny (Kilmuir Easter parish): annular features, pits, cairn and field divisions‘, Discovery Excav Scot, 48-9 fig.14.

Chalmers, J H 1867 ‘Notice of the discovery of a stone kist at broomend, near Inverurie, Aberdeenshire’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot 7, 110-114.

Chambers, F M and Brain, S A 2002 ‘Paradigm shifts in late-Holocene climatology? ‘, The Holocene 12, 239-249.

Chambers, F M., Mauquoy, D., Brain, S A., Blaauw, M and Daniell, J RG 2007 ‘Globally synchronous climate change 2800 years ago: proxy data from peat in South America’, Earth and Planetary Science Letters 253, 439-44. 

Chamberlain, A 2000 ‘Minor concerns: a demographic perspective on children in the past’, in Sofaer Derevenski, J (ed) Children and material culture, Routledge: Oxford, 206-12.

Chamberlain, A 2006 Demography in archaeology. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.

Charman, D J 1992 ‘Blanket mire formation at the Cross Lochs, Sutherland, northern Scotland’, Boreas 21, 53-72.

Charman, D J., Blundell, A., Chiverrell, R C., Hendon, D and Langdon, P G 2006 ‘Compilation of non-annually resolved Holocene proxy climate records: stacked Holocene peatland palaeo-water table reconstructions from northern Britain’, Quaternary Science Reviews 25, 336-350.

Childe, G 1946 Scotland Before the Scots Being the Rhind Lectures for 1944 Methuen: London

Childe, G., Edwards, A J H., Low, A and Macdougall, M 1944 ‘Newly Discovered Short Cist Burials with Beakers’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot 78, 106-19.

Childe, G and Grant, W 1947 ‘A Stone Age Settlement at the Braes of Rinyo, Rousay, Orkney. (Second Report)’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot 81, 16-42

Christison, R 1881 ‘On ancient wooden image, found in November last at Ballachulish Peat- Moss‘, Proc Soc Antiq Scot 15, 158-78.

Clarke, A 1982 The quartz and flint from Rosinish, Benbecula. Unpublished report, Historic Scotland.

Clarke, A 1997 A Report on the Quartz and Stone Assemblages from the Udal, RUX6, North Uist. Unpublished report, Historic Scotland.

Clarke, A 1999 ‘The coarse stone tools’,in Owen, O and Lowe, C Kebister: the four-thousand-year-old story of one Shetland township. Society of Antiquaries of Scotland: Edinburgh, 151-164.

Clarke, A 1999b ‘The flaked quartz’, in Owen, O and Lowe, C 1999 Kebister: the four-thousand-year-old story of one Shetland township. Society of Antiquaries of Scotland: Edinburgh, 165-166.

Clarke, A 1999c ‘Earlier Activity: Lithics’ in Barrett, J and Gourlay, R ‘An early metal assemblage from Dail na Caraidh, Inverness-shire and its context’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot 129, 161-187.

Clarke, A 2000 ‘Coarse stone assemblage’,in Downes, J and Lamb, R Prehistoric Houses at Sumburgh in Shetland. Oxbow: Oxford, 87-104.

Clarke, A 2005 ‘Coarse stone Artefacts’ in Ritchie, A Kilellan Farm, Ardnave, Islay: excavations of a prehistoric to early medieval site by Colin Burgess and others 1954-1976. Society of Antiquaries of Scotland: Edinburgh, 133-41.

Clarke, A 2006 Stone Tools and the Prehistory of the Northern Isles. British Archaeological Reports (British Series 406): Oxford

Clarke, A 2007 ‘The coarse stone’ in Dockrill, S., Bond, J and Nicholson, R Investigations in Sanday, Orkney: Vol 2 Tofts Ness, Sanday. An island landscape through 3000 years of prehistory. Oxbow: Oxford.

Clarke, A 2008 Shiant Islands excavations, HI 15 and RI 41B: A report on the Coarse Stone and Flaked Baked Mudstone Assemblages. Available at <http://www.shiantisles.net/pdffiles/2012_arch_update/Shiants_coarse_ston...

Clarke, A 2012 The flaked lithics from Slackbuie, Inverness. Unpublished Report, CFA Archaeology Ltd.

Clarke, A (forthcoming a)  Stone tool assemblages from Dun Aonghasa and Dun Eonachta, County Clare, Report produced for Discovery Programme, Dublin

Clarke, A (forthcoming b) ‘The Coarse Stone Assemblages’ in Richards, C and Jones, R E The Social Construction of Neolithic Communities in Orkney.

Clarke, A (forthcoming c) ‘The Coarse Stone Assemblage’ in Moore, H and Wilson Bayanne, G, Shetland.

Clarke, D L 1970 Beaker Pottery in Great Britain and Ireland, Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, (2 vols).

Clarke, D V, Ritchie, A and Ritchie, G 1984 ‘Two cists from Boatbridge Quarry, Thankerton, Lanarkshire’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot 114, 557-88.

Clarke, D V., Cowie, T G and Foxon, A (eds) 1985 Symbols of power at the time of Stonehenge. National Museums of Antiquities of Scotland: Edinburgh.

Coles, B 1990 ‘Anthropomorphic wooden figurines from Britain and Ireland‘, Proc Prehist Soc 56, 315-333.

Coles, J 1960 ‘Scottish Late Bronze Age metalwork: typology, distributions and chronology’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot 93, 16-134.

Coles, J 1960 ‘European Bronze Shields’ Proc Prehist Soc 28, 156-90.

Coles, J 1964 ‘Scottish Middle Bronze Age Bronzework’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot 97, 82-156.

Coles, J 1969 ‘Scottish Early Bronze Age metalwork’. Proc Soc Antiq Scot 101, 1-110.

 

Coles, J 1979 Experimental Archaeology Academic Press: London

 

Coles, J M., Coutts, H and Ryder, M L 1964 ‘A Late Bronze Age find from Pyotdykes, Angus, Scotland with associated gold, cloth, leather and wood remains‘, Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 30, 186-98.

Coles, J M and Taylor J J 1970 ‘The Excavation of a Midden in the Culbin Sands,Morayshire.’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot 102, 87-100

Colquhoun, I and Burgess, C 1988 The swords of Britain. Prahistorische Bronzefunde, IV/5. C.H. Beck: Munich.

Cook, M 2007 ‘Early Neolithic ritual activity, Bronze Age occupation and medieval activity at Pitlethie Road, Leuchars, Fife’, Tayside Fife Archaeol J 13, 1-24.

Cook, M and Dunbar, L 2008 Rituals, Roundhouses and Romans, Excavations at Kintore, Aberdeenshire 2000–2006, Volume 1: Forest Road. (Scottish Trust for Archaeological Research Monog 8): Edinburgh.

Cook, M., Ellis, C and Sheridan, A 2010 ‘Excavations at Upper Largie Quarry, Argyll and Bute, Scotland: new light on the prehistoric ritual landscape of the Kilmartin Glen’, Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society76, 165-212.

Coombes, P and Barber, K 2005 ‘Environmental determinism in Holocene research:causality or coincidence’, Area 37, 313-311.

Copley, M S., Berstan, R., Dudd, S N., Aillaud, S., Mukherjee, A.J., Straker, V., Payne, S. and Evershed, R.P. 2005 ‘Processing of milk products in pottery vessels through British prehistory’, Antiquity 79, 895–908.

Corcoran, J X W P 1967 ‘Excavation of three chambered cairns at Loch Calder’ Proc Soc Antiq Scot 98, 1-75.

Corrie, J M 1929 ‘A Short Cist At West Puldrite In The Parish Op Evie And Rendall, Orkney’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot 63, 190-193.

Cowie, T G 1978 Bronze Age Food Vessel Urns in Northern Britain, British Archaeol Rep, 55: Oxford.

Cowie, T 1988 Magic Metal: early metalworkers in the North-East. University of Aberdeen: Aberdeen.

Cowie, T 2008 'Mennock Water, near Wanlockhead, Dumfries and Galloway (Sanquhar parish), chance find', Discovery Excav Scot, New, vol.9 Cathedral Communications Limited: Wiltshire 54

Cowie, T G 1996 ‘Torrs Warren, Luce Sands, Galloway: a report on archaeologicaland palaeoecological investigations undertaken in 1977 and 1979’, Trans Dumfriesshire Galloway Natur Hist Antiq Soc 71, 11-105.

Cowie, T ?  Report on sherds from Delny (Broomhill to Logie Easter Diversion Archaeological Assessment) [CFA unpublished]

Cowie, T 2004 ‘Special places for special axes: Early Bronze Age metalwork from Scotland’, in Shepherd, I and Barclay, G (eds) Scotland in ancient Europe: the Neolithic and Early Bronze Age of Scotland in their European context, Society of Antiquaries of Scotland: Edinburgh, 247-261. 

Cowie, T G., Masters, L J M and Harman, M 1981 ‘An urn burial from Burnfoot Plantation, Dowglen Hill, Westerkirk, with a note on a Bronze Age burial at nearby Carlesgill’, Trans Dumfriesshire Galloway Natur Hist Antiq Soc 56, 31-7.

Cowie, T., O‘Connor, B and Proudfoot, E 1991 ‘A Late Bronze Age hoard from St Andrews, Fife, Scotland: a preliminary report’, in Chevillot, C and Coffyn, A (ed) L‘age du bronze atlantique: ses faciés, de l‘Écosse à l‘Andalousie et leurs relations avec le bronze continental at la méditerranée: Actes du 1er Colloque du Parc Archéologique de Baynac, Publication de l‘Association des Musées du Sarladais, 49-58.

Cowie, T G and Ritchie, G 1991 ‘Bronze Age burials at Gairneybank, Kinrosshire’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot 121, 95-109.

Cowie, T G., Northover, J P and O’Connor, B 1998 ‘The St Andrews, Fife hoard: context and chronology in the Scottish Late Bronze Age’, in Mordant, C., Pernot, M et Rychner, V (eds) L’Atelier du bronzier en Europe du XXe au VIIIe siècle avant Notre Ère, III (Session de Dijon), Èditions du CTHS: Paris, 141-54. 

Cowie, T G and Shepherd, I A G 1997 ‘The Bronze Age’, in Edwards, K J and Ralston, I B M (eds) Scotland after the Ice Age. Environment, Archaeology and History, 8000BC – AD1000. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, 151-168.

Cowie, T G and Shepherd, I A G 2003 (2nd edition) ‘The Bronze Age’, in Edwards, K J and Ralston, I B M (eds) Scotland after the Ice Age. Environment, Archaeology and History, 8000BC – AD1000. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, 151-168.

Cowie,T and O’Connor, B  2009 ‘Some Early Bronze Age Stone Moulds from Scotland’, in Kienlin, T L and Roberts, B W (eds) Metals and Societies. Studies in honour of Barbara S. Ottaway. Universitätsforschungen zur prähistorischen Archäologie. Habelt: Bonn, 313-27.

Cowley, D C 1998 ‘Identifying marginality in the first and second millennia BC in the Strath of Kildonan, Sutherland’, in Mills, C M and Coles, G (eds) Life on the Edge: Human Settlement and Marginality. Oxbow: Oxford, 165-171.

Cressey, M and Sheridan, J A 2003 'The excavation of a Bronze Age cemetery at Seafield West, near Inverness, Highland'. Proc Soc Antiq Scot 133, 47-84

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