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Abercromby, J A 1904 'Proposed Chronological Arrangement of the Drinking-Cup or Beaker Class of Fictilia in Britain'. Proc Soc Antiq Scot 38, 323-410

Abercromby, J 1905 'The Ornament of the Beaker Class of Pottery'. Proc Soc Antiq Scot 39, 326-44

Abercromby, J 1907 'The Relative Chronology of some Cinerary Urn Types of Great Britain and Ireland'. Proc Soc Antiq Scot 41, 185-274

Addyman, T., Donnelly, M and Wilson, T 2004 ‘Station Brae, Dreghorn’, Discovery Excav Scot, 87–8.

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

Andrews, M V., Beck, R B., Birks, H J B and Gilbertson, D D 1987 ‘The past and present vegetation of Oronsay and Colonsay’, in Mellars, P (ed) Excavations on Oronsay. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, 52-77.

Andrews, M V., Gilbertson, D D and Kent, M 1987 ‘Storm frequencies along the Mesolithic coastline’, in Mellars, P (ed) Excavations on Oronsay. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, 108-114.

Angell, I O 1977 ‘Are Stone Circles, Circles' Science and Archaeology 19, 16-19       

Armit, I 2003 ‘The Drowners: permanence and transience in the Hebridean Neolithic’, in Armit, I et al. (eds) Neolithic Settlement in Ireland and Western Britain. Oxbow: Oxford, 93-100. 

Armit, I and Finlayson, B 1992 Hunter-gatherers transformed: the transition to agriculture in northern and western Europe. Antiquity 66, 664–76

Armit, I., Murphy, E., Nelis, E and Simpson, D (eds) 2003 Neolithic settlement in Ireland and Western Britain. Oxbow: Oxford.

Ascough, P L., Cook, G T., Dugmore, A J and Scott E M 2007 ‘The North Atlantic marine reservoir effect in the Early Holocene: Implications for defining and understanding MRE values’.  Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section B: Beam Interactions with Materials and Atoms 259(1), 438-447.

Ashmore, P 1996 Neolithic and Bronze Age Scotland. Batsford / Historic Scotland: Edinburgh.

Ashmore, P 1997 ‘Radiocarbon dates from archaeological sites in Argyll and Arran’, in Ritchie, G (ed) The archaeology of Argyll, Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, 239-83.

Ashmore, P 2007  ‘Radiocarbon dates from the Pict’s Knowe, Holywood and Holm’, in Thomas, J (ed)  2007 ‘Place and Memory: Excavations at the Pict’s Knowe, Holywood, and Holm Farm, Dumfries and Galloway, 1994-8’. Oxbow Books: Oxford, 248-59.

Ashmore, P J., Cook, G T and Harkness, D D 2000 A radiocarbon database for Scottish archaeological samples. Radiocarbon 42(1), 41–8.

Atkinson, J 2002 ‘Excavation at a Mesolithic and Neolithic occupation site at Chapelfield, Cowie, Stirling’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot 132, 123–92.

Atkinson, R J C 1950 Four new ‘henge’ monuments in Scotland and Northumberland. Proc Soc Antiq Scot 84 (1949–50), 57–66.

Austin, P 2000 ‘The emperor’s new garden: woodland, trees and people in the Neolithic of southern Britain’, in Fairbairn, A S (ed) Plants in Neolithic               Britain and Beyond. Oxbow: Oxford, 63-78.

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Bailey, J F et al. 1996 ‘Ancient DNA suggests a recent expansion of European cattle from a wild progenitor species’, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B263, 1467-1473.

Baillie, M G L 1995 ‘Dendrochronology and past environmental change’, Proceedings of the British Academy 77, 5-23.

Bailloud, G 1975 ‘Les céramiques ‘cannelées’ du Néolithique morbihannais’. Bulletin de la Société Préhistorique Française 72, 343–67

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

Balasse, M., Tresset, A and Ambrose, S H 2006 ‘Stable isotope evidence (?13C, ?18O) for winter feeding on seaweed by Neolithic sheep of Scotland’, Journal of Zoology 270, 170–176.

Balasse, M and Tresset, A 2009 'A key to the adaptation of Neolithic husbandry in the Orkneys: contribution of seaweed to the sheep diet at the Holm of Papa Westray revealed through stable isotope analysis of teeth’, in Ritchie, A On the fringe of Neolithic Europe. Excavation of a chambered cairn on the Holm of Papa Westray, Orkney. Society of Antiquaries of Scotland: Edinburgh, 74-82.

Ballin, T B 2009 Archaeological Pitchstone in Northern Britain: Characterization and Interpretation of an Important Prehistoric Source. British Archaeological Reports, British Series 476 Archaeopress: Oxford

Ballin, T B 2011 Overhowden and Airhouse, Scottish Borders: Characterization and Interpretation of Two Spectacular Lithic Assemblages from sites near the Overhowden henge. British Archaeological Reports, British Series 539 Archaeopress: Oxford

Barber, J (ed) 1997 The Archaeological investigation of a prehistoric landscape: excavations on Arran 1978-81, Scottish Trust for Archaeological Research: Edinburgh.

Barbarena, R and Borrero, L A 2005 ‘Stable isotopes and faunal bones. Comments on Milner et al. 2004’, Antiquity 79, 191-195.

Barcham, R C 1981 'A lost radiocarbon date for Shetland', Proc Soc Antiq Scot 110, 503-4.

Barclay, A and Bayliss, A 1999 Cursus monuments and the radiocarbon problem in Barclay, A and Harding, J (eds) Pathways and ceremonies: the cursus monuments of Britain and Ireland, Oxbow: Oxford, 11–29.

Barclay, G J 1983 ‘Sites of the third millennium BC to the first millennium AD at North Mains, Srathallan, Perthshire’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot 113, 122–281.

Barclay, G J 1996 ‘Neolithic buildings in Scotland’, in Darvill, T and Thomas, J (eds) 1996 Neolithic houses in Northwest Europe and beyond (Neolithic Studies Group Seminar Papers 1) Oxbow: Oxford, 61–76.

Barclay, G J 1999a Cairnpapple revisited: 1948–1998, Proc Prehist Soc 65, 17–46

Barclay, G J 1999b ‘A hidden landscape: the Neolithic of Tayside’, in Harding, A F (ed) Experiment and design: Archaeological studies in honour of John Coles,  Oxbow: Oxford, 20 – 9.

Barclay, G J 2000 ’Between Orkney and Wessex: the search for the regional Neolithics of Britain, in Ritchie, A (ed) Neolithic Orkney in its European Context, McDonald Institute, University of Cambridge: Cambridge, 275–85

Barclay, G J 2001 ’Neolithic enclosures in Scotland’, in Darvill, T and Thomas, J (eds) Neolithic enclosures in Atlantic Northwest Europe. Oxbow: Oxford.

Barclay, G J 2001 ‘Metropolitan’ and ‘Parochial’ / ‘Core’ and ‘Periphery’: a historiography of the Neolithic of Scotland’, Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 67, 1–18.

Barclay, G J 2003 ‘Neolithic settlement in the lowlands of Scotland: a preliminary survey’ in Armit, I., Murphy, E., Nelis, E and Simpson, D (eds) 2003 Neolithic settlement in Ireland and Western Britain. Oxbow: Oxford, 71–83.

Barclay, G J 2005 ‘The ‘henge’ and ‘hengiform’ in Scotland’, in Cummings, V and Pannett, A (eds) Set in stone: new approaches to Neolithic monuments in Scotland, Oxbow: Oxford, 81-95.

Barclay, G J and Maxwell, G S 1991 Excavation of a long mortuary enclosure within the Roman legionary fortress at Inchtuthil, Perthshire. Proc Soc Antiq Scot 121, 27–44

Barclay, G J and Maxwell, G S 1998 The Cleaven Dyke and Littleour: Monuments in the Neolithic of Tayside. Society of Antiquaries of Scotland: Edinburgh

Barclay, G J and Russell-White, C J (eds) 1993 Excavations in the ceremonial complex of the fourth to second millennium BC at Balfarg/Balbirnie, Glenrothes, Fife. Proc Soc Antiq Scot 123, 43–210

Barclay, G J., Carter, S P., Dalland, M M., Hastie, M., Holden, T., MacSween, A and Wickham-Jones, C R 2001 ‘A possible Neolithic settlement at Kinbeachie, Black Isle, Highland’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot 131, 57–85.

Barclay, G J., Brophy, K  and MacGregor, G 2002 ‘Claish, Stirling: an early Neolithic structure in its context’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot 132, 65–137.

Barrett, J H., Nicholson, R A and Cerón-Carrasco, R 1999 ‘Archaeo-ichthyological evidence for long-term socioeconomic trends in northern Scotland: 3500 BC to AD 1500’, Journal of Archaeological Science 26, 353–88.

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Bayliss, A., Bronk Ramsey, C et al. 2007 ‘Bradshaw and Bayes: Towards a Timetable for the Neolithic'. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 17 (Supplement S1), 1-28.

Bayliss, A., Whittle, A et al. 2008 ‘Timing, tempo and temporalities in the early Neolithic of southern Britain’, in Fokkens, H., Coles, B J., Van Gijn, A L et al. (eds) 2008 Between foraging and farming: an extended broad spectrum of papers presented to Leendert Louwe Kooijmans, Annalecta Praesitorica Leidensia 40, 25-42.

Behre, K E 2005 ‘The reduction of the Neolithic living space in NW Germany by climatic factors: sea-level rise and large-scale bog formation’, in Gronenborm, D (ed) Climate Variability and Culture Change in Neolithic Societies of central Europe, 6700-2200 cal BC. Verlag des Römisch Germanischen Zentralmuseums: Mainz, 209-220 (English summary).

Behre, K E 2007 ‘Evidence for Mesolithic agriculture in and around central Europe?’ Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 16, 203-219.

Beckensall, S 2001 Prehistoric Rock Art in Northumberland. Tempus: Stroud.

Bennett, K D 1989 ‘A provisional map of forest types for the British Isles 5000 years ago’, Journal of Quaternary Science 4, 141-144.

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

Birks, H J B and Williams, W W 1983 ‘Late-Quaternary vegetational history of the Inner Hebrides’, Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh 83B, 269-282.

Bishop, R., Church, M J., Rowley-Conwy, P A 2009 'Cereals, fruits and nuts in the Scottish Neolithic', Proc Soc Antiq Scot 139, 47-103

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.

Blackford, J J and Innes, J B 2006 ‘Linking current environments and processes to fungal spore assemblages: surface NPM data from woodland environments’, Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 141, 179-187.

Blaauw, M., van Geel, B and van der Plicht, J 2004 ‘Solar forcing of climatic change during the mid-Holocene: indications from raised bogs in The Netherlands’, The Holocene 14, 35-44.

Bogaard, A 2002 ‘Questioning the relevance of shifting cultivation to Neolithic farming in the loess belt of Europe: evidence from the Hambach Forest experiment’, Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 11, 155-168.

Bogaard, A 2004 Neolithic Farming in Central Europe. Routledge: London.

Bogaard, A., Heaton, T., Poulton, P and Merbach, I 2007 ‘The impact of manuring on nitrogen isotope ratios in cereals: archaeological implications for reconstruction of diet and crop management practices’, Journal of Archaeological Science 34, 335–43.

Bogaard, A and Jones, G 2007 ‘Neolithic farming in Britain and central Europe: contrast or continuity?’ in Whittle, A and Cummings, V (eds) Going over: the Mesolithic-Neolithic transition in north-west Europe. Oxford University Press for The British Academy: Oxford, 357-375.

Bogucki, P 1998 ‘Holocene climatic variability and early agriculture in temperate Europe: the case of northern Poland’, in Zvelebil, M., Doman'sla, L and Dennell, R (eds) Harvesting the Sea, Farming the Forest. The Emergence of Neolithic Societies in the Baltic Region. Sheffield Academic Press: Sheffield, 77-85.

Bohncke, S 1988 ‘Vegetation and habitation history of the Callanish area, Isle of Lewis, Scotland’, in Birks, H H et al. (eds) The Cultural Landscape Past, Present and Future. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, 445-462.

Bollongino, R., Edwards, C J., Burger, J., Alt, K W and Bradley, D G 2005 ‘Early history of European domestic cattle as revealed by ancient DNA’, Biological Letters [online] 1-5. 

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.

Bonsall, C., Macklin, M G., Anderson, D E and Payton, R W 2002 ‘Climate change and the adoption of agriculture in north-west Europe’, European Journal of Archaeology 5, 9-23.

Boyd, W E 1988 ‘Cereals in Scottish Antiquity’, Circaea 5, 101–10.

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

Bradley, R 2000 The Good Stones. Society of Antiquaries of Scotland: Edinburgh

Bradley, R 2003 ‘Neolithic expectations’ in Armit, I., Murphy, E., Nelis, E and Simpson, D (eds) 2003 Neolithic settlement in Ireland and Western Britain. Oxbow: Oxford, 218–22.

Bradley, R 2005 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, Routledge: London

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., Harding, J and Mathews, M 1993 ‘The siting of prehistoric rock art in Galloway, south-west Scotland’, Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 59 (1993), 269-283.

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

Brinch Petersen, E and Meiklejohn, C 2009 ‘Late Mesolithic or Early Neolithic Burials? Examining the 'Tauber line'’. in Finlay, N., McCartan, S., Milner, N and Wickham-Jones, C (eds)2009 From Bann Flakes to Bushmills: Papers in Honour of Professor Peter Woodman, Oxbow Books and The Prehistoric Society: Oxford, 165-174.

Broecker, W S 2000 ‘Was a change in thermohaline circulation responsible for the Little Ice Age?’ Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 97, 1339-1442.

Brophy, K 1998 ‘The cursus monuments and bank barrows of Tayside and Fife’, in Barclay, G J and Maxwell, G S The Cleaven Dyke and Littleour: Monuments in the Neolithic of Tayside,. Society of Antiquaries of Scotland: Edinburgh, 92–108

Brophy, K 1999 ‘The cursus monuments of Scotland’ in Barclay, A and Harding, J (eds) Pathways and ceremonies: the cursus monuments of Britain and Ireland, 119–9.

Brophy, K 2006 ‘Rethinking Scotland’s Neolithic: combining circumstance with context’. Proc Soc Antiq Scot 126, 7–46.

Brophy, K 2007 ‘From big houses to cult houses: early Neolithic timber halls in Scotland’. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 73, 75–96.

Brophy, K  2007a ‘The cursus monuments of south-west Scotland’, in Thomas, J (ed)  ‘Place and Memory: Excavations at the Pict’s Knowe, Holywood, and Holm Farm, Dumfries and Galloway, 1994-8’. Oxbow Books: Oxford, 158-65.

Brophy, K (in prep) ‘Houses, halls and occupation in Britain and Ireland’, in Fowler, C., Harding, J and Hofmann, D (eds) Oxford Handbook of Neolithic Europe.

Brophy, K (forthcoming) Reading between the lines: the Neolithic cursus monuments of Scotland. Amberley: Stroud

Brophy, K and Barclay, G J 2004 ‘A rectilinear timber structure and post-ring at Carsie Mains, Meikleour, Perthshire’, Tayside and Fife Archaeological Journal, 10, 1–22

Brophy, K and Noble, G 2011 ‘Within and beyond pits: deposition in lowland Neolithic Scotland’, in  Anderson-Whymark, H and Thomas, J (eds) Regional perspectives on Neolithic pit deposition. Beyond the mundane, Neolithic Studies Group Seminar Papers 12, Oxbow: Oxford,  63-76.

Brophy, K and Noble, G (forthcoming) Henging, mounding and blocking: the Forteviot henge group, in Gibson, A (ed) Henges: time for a change. BAR: Oxford

Brothwell, D 1971 Palaeodemography and earlier British populations. World Archaeology 4, 75-87.

Brown, A D 2007 ‘Dating the onset of cereal cultivation in Britain and Ireland: the evidence from charred cereal grains’, Antiquity 81, 1042-1052.

Brown, A G 1997 ‘Clearances and clearings: deforestation in mesolithic/neolithic Britain’, Oxford Journal of Archaeology 16, 133-146.

Brown, A G 2000 ‘Floodplain vegetation history: clearings as potential ritual spaces?’ in Fairbairn, A S (ed) Plants in Neolithic Britain and Beyond. Oxbow: Oxford, 49-62.

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Bryce, T H 1902 ‘On the cairns of Arran’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot 37, 36-67.

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.

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 1996 ‘The development of heathland in Orkney, Scotland: pollen records from Loch of Knitchen (Rousay) and Loch of Torness (Hoy)’, The Holocene 6, 193-212.

Bunting, M J and Middleton, R 2005’ Modelling pollen dispersal and deposition using HUMPOL software: simulating wind roses and irregular lakes’, Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 134, 185-196.

Burgess, C 1976 Meldon Bridge: A Neolithic defended promontory complex near Peebles in  Burgess, C and Miket, R (eds) Settlement and Economy in the Third and Second Millennia BC, British Archaeological Reports, British Series 33: Oxford, 151–79

Burl, H A W 1976a The Stone Circles of the British Isles, Yale University Press: Yale.

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Burl, A 1984 ‘Report on the excavation of a Neolithic mound at Boghead, Speymouth Forest, Fochabers, Moray, 1972 and 1974’,Proc Soc Antiq Scot 114, 35–73.

Burl, A 1991 ‘Megalithic Myth or Man the Mover’ Antiquity 65, 297-8   

Burl, A 1995 A Guide to the Stone Circles of Britain, Ireland and Brittany, Yale University Press: New Haven

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Calder, C S T 1950 ‘Report on the excavation of a Neolithic temple at Stanydale in the Parish of Sandsting, Shetland’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot 84, 185–205.

Calder, C S T 1952 'Report on the excavation of a neolithic temple at Stanydale in the Parish of Sandsting, Shetland', Proc Soc Antiq Scot 84, 185-205.

Calder, C S T 1956 ‘Report on the discovery of numerous house-sites in Shetland’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot 89, 340-97.

Calder, C S T 1964 ‘Cairns, Neolithic Houses and Burnt Mounds in Shetland’ Proc Soc Antiq Scot 96, 37-86.

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Cameron, K 2002 ‘The excavation of Neolithic pits and Iron Age souterrains at Dubton Farm, Brechin, Angus’ Tayside and Fife Archaeological Journal 8, 19–76

Card, N 2010 Neolithic temples of the northern Isles. Stunning new discoveries in Orkney. Current Archaeology 241, 12–19.

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Cowie, T G 1992 ‘Neolithic pottery from Barbush Quarry, Dunblane, Perthshire, with notes on the Earlier Neolithic pottery of eastern and central Scotland’, in Sharples, N M and Sheridan, J A (eds) Vessels for the Ancestors: Essays on the Neolithic of Britain and Ireland in Honour of Audrey Henshall, Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, 272–85

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