6.5 Bibliography

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Anderson-Whymark, H. and Garrow,D. 2015 Seaways and shared ways: imagining and imaging the movement of people, objects and ideas over the course of the Mesolithic-Neolithic transition, c 5,000-3,500 BC. In H. Anderson-Whymark, D. Garrow and F. Sturt (eds.), Continental Connections. Exploring Cross-Channel Relationships from the Mesolithic to the Iron Age, 59-77. Oxford: Oxbow.

Anderson-Whymark, H., Garrow, D. and Sturt, F. 2015.Microliths and maritime mobility: a continental European-style Late Mesolithic flint assemblage from the Isles of Scilly.Antiquity, Vol. 89, pp. 954-71.

Armit, I., Sheridan, J.A., Reich, D., Cook, G. and Naysmith, P. in press. Radiocarbon dates obtained for the GENSCOT ancient DNA project. Discovery and Excavation in Scotland 17.

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Baker, L., Sheridan, J.A. and Cowie, T.G. 2003. An Early Bronze Age 'dagger grave' from Rameldry Farm, near Kingskettle, Fife. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 133, 85-123.

Ballin, T. 2009 Archaeological Pitchstone in Northern Britain: characterization and interpretation of an important prehistoric source. Oxford: Archaeopress (British Archaeological Reports, British Series 476).

Barber, J. (ed.) 1997 The Archaeological Investigation of a Prehistoric Landscape: excavations on Arran 1978-1981. Edinburgh: Scottish Trust for Archaeological Research (STAR Monograph 2)

Bonsall, C., Anderson, D.E. and Macklin, M. 2002 The Mesolithic-Neolithic transition in western Scotland and its European context. Documenta Praehistorica 29, 1-19.

Bonsall, C., Pickard, C. and Ritchie, G.A. 2012 'From Assynt to Oban: some observations on prehistoric cave use in western Scotland' In K.A. Bergsvik and R. Skeates (eds.) 2012 Caves in Context. The Cultural Significance of caves and Rockshelters in Europe Oxford: Oxbow. 10-21.

Bradley, R.J. 1993 Altering the Earth: the origins of monuments in Britain and Continental Europe. Edinburgh: Society of Antiquaries of Scotland.

Bryce, T.H. 1904 'On the cairns and tumuli of the Island of Bute. A record of explorations during the season of 1903.' Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 38 (1903-04), 17-81.

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Campbell, M. and Coles, J M. 1963 'The Torran hoard.' Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 96 (1962-63), 352-4.

Campbell, M. and Sandeman, M.L.S. 1962 'Mid-Argyll: a field survey of the historic and prehistoric monuments.' Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 95 (1961-62), 1-125.

Clarke, D.L. 1970 The Beaker Pottery of Great Britain and Ireland. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Coles, B. 1998 Wood species for wooden figures: a glimpse of a pattern. In A.M. Gibson and D.D.A. Simpson (eds.), Prehistoric Ritual and Religion, Stroud: Sutton, 163-73.

Coles, J.M. 1964 'Scottish Middle Bronze Age metalwork'. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 97 (1963-4), 82-156.

Connock, K D 1985 'Rescue Excavationof the Ossuary Remains at Raschoille Cave, Oban' [online] Lorn Archaeological and Historical Society Available at <http://lahsoc.org.uk/journals/Charles%20Hunter%20-%20cited%20articles/LAHS%201985%20Raschoille%20Cave.pdf> Accessed 6th March 2017

Cook, M., Ellis, C. and Sheridan, J.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 Society 76, 165-212.

Cowie, T.G. 1978 Bronze Age Food Vessel Urns. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports (British Series 55).

Cressey, M and Sheridan, J A 2003 'The excavation of a Bronze Age cemetery at Seafield West, near Inverness, Highland' Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland [online] 133, 47-84. Society of Antiquaries Scotland: Edinburgh. Available at <http://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/catalogue/adsdata/arch-352-1/dissemination/pdf/vol_133/133_0003_2.pdf> Accessed 6th March 2017

Cummings, V. and Robinson, G. 2015a The Life and Times of a Chambered Tomb: the results of survey and excavation at Blasthill chambered tomb, Kintyre, western Scotland. Archaeological Journal 172(1), 1-29.

Cummings, V. and Robinson, G. 2015b The Southern Kintyre Project: Exploring interactions across the Irish Sea from the Mesolithic to the Bronze Age. Oxford: Archaeopress (British Archaeological Reports British Series 618).

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Duffy, P. (ed.) 2013 One Island, Many Voices. Donnington: Shaun Tyas.

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Eogan, G. 1994 The Accomplished Art. Gold and Gold-working in Britain and Ireland during the Bronze Age. Oxbow, Oxford.

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Finlay, N. 2013 Foragers to farmers. In P. J. Duffy (ed.), One Island, Many Voices, Donnington: Shaun Tyas, 30-52.

Fraser, S. 2004 Metaphorical journeys: landscape, monuments and the body in a Scottish Neolithic. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 70, 129-51.

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Gaffney, V., Allaby, R. G., Garwood, P. and Momber, G. 2015 How sedimentary DNA brought wheat to Mesolithic Bouldnor cliff.British Archaeology, No. 142 (May-June 2015), 22-7.

Garrow, D. and Sturt, F. 2011 Grey waters bright with Neolithic argonauts? Maritime connections and the Mesolithic-Neolithic transition within the 'western seaways' of Britain, c. 5000-3500 BC. Antiquity 85, 59-72.

Geddes, G. and Hale, A. 2010 The Archaeological Landscape of Bute. Edinburgh: RCAHMS.

Gerloff, S. 1975 The Early Bronze Age Daggers in Great Britain. Prähistorische Bronzefunde 6(2) C.H. Beck: Munich.

Gibson, A.M. 1982 Beaker Domestic Sites. A Study of the Domestic Pottery of the late Third and early Second Millennia B.C. in the British Isles. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports 107.

Greenwell, W. 1866 An account of excavations in cairns near Crinan. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 6 (1864-66), 336-51.

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Haggarty, A. 1991 Machrie Moor, Arran: recent excavations at two stone circles. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 121, 51-94.

Harrington, P. and Pierpoint, S.J. 1980 Port Charlotte chambered cairn, Islay: an interim note. Glasgow Archaeological Journal 7, 113- 115.

Harris, O., Cobb, H., Gray, H. and Richardson, P. 2014 New radiocarbon dates from Cladh Aindreis chambered tomb, Ardnamurchan. PAST  76, 5-6.

Hawkins, G. 1983. Mindsteps to the Cosmos. New York: Harper and Row.

Henshall, A.S. 1968 Scottish dagger graves. In J.M. Coles and D.D.A. Simpson (eds.), Studies in Ancient Europe: essays presented to Stuart Piggott, 173-95. Leicester: Leicester University Press.

Henshall, A. S. 1972 The Chambered Tombs of Scotland (Vol. 2). Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

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Jay, M., Parker Pearson, M., Richards, M., Nehlich, O., Montgomery, J., Chamberlain, A. and Sheridan, J.A. 2012. The Beaker People Project: an interim report on the progress of the isotopic analysis of the organic skeletal material. In M.J. Allen, J. Gardiner and J.A. Sheridan (eds.) Is there a British Chalcolithic? People, Place and Polity in the Later Third Millennium, Oxford: Oxbow/Prehistoric Society (Prehistoric Society Research Paper 4), 226-36.

Jones, A.M., Friedman, D., O'Connor, B., Lamdin-Whymark, H., Tipping, R. and Watson, A. 2011 An Animate Landscape: rock art and the prehistory of Kilmartin, Argyll, Scotland. Oxford: Windgather Press.

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Kinnes, I.A. and Longworth, I.H. 1985 Catalogue of the Excavated Prehistoric and Romano-British Material in the Greenwell Collection. London: British Museum Press.

Kranioti, E. and Sheridan, J. A. 2012 Mount Stuart, Bute: new light on the hole in the skull of an Early Bronze Age woman. Transactions of the Buteshire Natural History Society 28, 5-9.

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Longworth, I.H. 1984 Collared Urns of the Bronze Age in Great Britain and Ireland. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

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McCullagh, R. 1989 Excavations at Newton, Islay, Glasgow Archaeological Journal 15 (1988-89), 23-51.

McInnes, I.1969 A Scottish Neolithic pottery sequence. Scottish Archaeological Forum 1969, 19-30.

Marshall, D. 1977 Carved stone balls. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 108 (1976-77), 40-72.

Marshall, D. 1978a Excavations at Auchategan, Glendaruel, Argyll. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 109 (1977-78), 36-74.

Marshall, D. 1978b History of Bute. Rothesay: Bute Museum.

Marshall, D.M. and Taylor, I.D. 1977 The excavation of the chambered cairn at Glenvoidean, Isle of Bute. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 108 (1976‒7), 1‒39.

Martlew, R. and Ruggles, C. 1996 Ritual and landscape on the west coast of Scotland: an investigation of the stone rows of northern Mull. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 62, 117-31.

Masters, L. 1973 The Lochhill long cairn. Antiquity 47, 96-100.

Masters, L. 1975 Colvend and Southwick, Slewcairn, unchambered long cairn. Discovery and Excavation in Scotland 1975, 27-8.

Mellars, P. 2004 Mesolithic Scotland, coastal occupation and the role of the Oronsay middens. In: Saville A. (ed.) Mesolithic Scotland and Its Neighbours: the Early Holocene Prehistory of Scotland, Its British and Irish Context and Some Northern European Perspectives. Edinburgh: Society of Antiquaries of Scotland,. 167-183.

Millican, K. 2007 Turning circles: a reassessment of the timber circles of Scotland. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 137, 5-34.

Millican, K. 2012 Timber monuments, landscape and the environment in the Nith Valley, Dumfries and Galloway. Oxford Journal of Archaeology 31(1), 27-46.

Milner, N., 2010 Subsistence at 4000-3700 cal BC: landscapes of change or continuity? In B. Finlayson and G. Warren (eds), Landscapes in transition, 46-54. Oxford: Oxbow Books.

Mithen, S. and Wickes, K. 2012 Croig Cave: a Late Bronze Age ornament deposit and three millennia of fishing and foraging on the north-west coast of Mull, Scotland. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 142, 63-132.

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Needham, S.P. 2005 Transforming Beaker culture in north-west Europe; processes of fusion and fission. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 71, 171-217.

Needham, S.P. 2007 800 BC, the Great Divide. In Haselgrove, C. and Pope, R. (eds) The Earlier Iron Age in Britain and the Near Continent. Short Run Press, Exeter. 39-63.

Needham, S.P. 2012 Case and place for the British Chalcolithic. In Allen, M.J. Gardiner, J. and Sheridan, J.A. (eds) Is there a British Chalcolithic? People, Place and Polity in the Later Third Millennium.. Oxbow/Prehistoric Society, Oxford (Prehistoric Society Research Paper 4). 1-26.

Needham, S.P. and Bowman, S. 2005 Flesh-hooks, technological complexity and the Atlantic Bronze Age feasting complex. European Journal of Archaeology 8(2), 93-136.

Needham, S.P. and Cowie, T.G. 2012 The halberd pillar at Ri Cruin cairn, Kilmartin, Argyll. In A. Cochrane and A.M. Jones (eds.), Visualising the Neolithic: abstraction, figuration, performance, representation, 89-110. Oxford: Oxbow (Neolithic Studies Group Seminar Papers 13).

Needham S., Davis M., Gwilt A., Lodwick M., Parkes P. and Reavill P. 2015 A hafted halberd excavated at Trecastell, Powys: from undercurrent to uptake - the emergence and contextualisation of halberds in Wales and North-west Europe. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society. 81, 1-41.

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Olalde, I., Brace, S. Allentoft, M.E., Armit, I., Kristiansen, K.,  Rohland, N., Mallick, S., Booth, T., Szécsényi-Nagy, A.,  Mittnik, A., Altena, E., Lipson, M., Lazaridis, I., Patterson, N.J., Broomandkhoshbacht, N., Diekmann, Y., Faltyskova, Z., Fernandes, D.M., Ferry, M., Harney, E., de Knijff, P.,  Michel, M., Oppenheimer, J., Stewardson, K., Barclay, A., Alt, K.W, Avilés Fernández, A., Bánffy,E., Bernabò-Brea, M., Billoin, D., Blasco, C., Bonsall, C., Bonsall, L., Allen, T., Büster, L., Carver, S., Castells Navarro,L., Craig, O.E., Cook, G.T., Cunliffe, B., Denaire, A., Egging Dinwiddy, K., Dodwell, N., Ernée, M., Evans, C., Kuchařík, M., Farré, J.F., Fokkens, H., Fowler, C., Gazenbeek, M., Garrido Pena, R., Haber-Uriarte, M., Haduch, E., Hey, G.,  Jowett, N., Knowles, T.,  Massy, K., Pfrengle, S., Lefranc, P., Lemercier, O., Lefebvre, A., Lomba Maurandi, J., Majó, T., McKinley, J.I., McSweeney, K.,  Mende, B.G., Modi, A., Kulcsár, G., Kiss, V., Czene, A.,  Patay, R., Endródi, A.,  Köhler, K., Hajdu, T., Cardoso, J.L., Liesau, C., Parker Pearson, M., Włodarczak, P., Price, T.D., Prieto, P., Rey, P.-J., Ríos, P., Risch, R., Rojo Guerra, M.A.,  Schmitt, A., Serralongue, J., Silva, A.M., Smrčka, V., Vergnaud, L., Zilhão, J., Caramelli, D., Higham, T., Heyd, V., Sheridan, J.A., Sjögren, K.-G., Thomas, M.G., Stockhammer, P.W., Pinhasi, R., Krause, J., Haak, W., Barnes, I., Lalueza-Fox, C., and Reich, D. 2017. The Beaker phenomenon and the genomic transformation of northwest Europe (preprint). Biorxiv. doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/135962

Olalde, I., Brace, S. Allentoft, M.E., Armit, I., Kristiansen, K.,  Rohland, N., Mallick, S., Booth, T., Szécsényi-Nagy, A.,  Mittnik, A., Altena, E., Lipson, M., Lazaridis, I., Patterson, N.J., Broomandkhoshbacht, N., Diekmann, Y., Faltyskova, Z., Fernandes, D.M., Ferry, M., Harney, E., de Knijff, P.,  Michel, M., Oppenheimer, J., Stewardson, K., Barclay, A., Alt, K.W, Avilés Fernández, A., Bánffy,E., Bernabò-Brea, M., Billoin, D., Blasco, C., Bonsall, C., Bonsall, L., Allen, T., Büster, L., Carver, S., Castells Navarro,L., Craig, O.E., Cook, G.T., Cunliffe, B., Denaire, A., Egging Dinwiddy, K., Dodwell, N., Ernée, M., Evans, C., Kuchařík, M., Farré, J.F., Fokkens, H., Fowler, C., Gazenbeek, M., Garrido Pena, R., Haber-Uriarte, M., Haduch, E., Hey, G.,  Jowett, N., Knowles, T.,  Massy, K., Pfrengle, S., Lefranc, P., Lemercier, O., Lefebvre, A., Lomba Maurandi, J., Majó, T., McKinley, J.I., McSweeney, K.,  Mende, B.G., Modi, A., Kulcsár, G., Kiss, V., Czene, A.,  Patay, R., Endródi, A.,  Köhler, K., Hajdu, T., Cardoso, J.L., Liesau, C., Parker Pearson, M., Włodarczak, P., Price, T.D., Prieto, P., Rey, P.-J., Ríos, P., Risch, R., Rojo Guerra, M.A.,  Schmitt, A., Serralongue, J., Silva, A.M., Smrčka, V., Vergnaud, L., Zilhão, J., Caramelli, D., Higham, T., Heyd, V., Sheridan, J.A., Sjögren, K.-G., Thomas, M.G., Stockhammer, P.W., Pinhasi, R., Krause, J., Haak, W., Barnes, I., Lalueza-Fox, C., and Reich, D. in press: Nature

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Peltenburg, E. 1982 Excavations at Balloch Hill, Argyll. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 112, 142-214.

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RCAHMS 1988 Argyll: An Inventory of the Monuments, Volume 6, Mid Argyll and Cowal. Edinburgh: RCAHMS.

Regan, R and Webb, S 2006 Barnluasgan Dun and Enclosure, Dalriata Dun Community Archaeology Project, Data Structure Report.  Kilmartin Museum Report.

Regan, R 2007 Carnassarie Farm, Archaeological Walkover Survey. Kilmartin Museum Report.

Regan, R 2008 Kilbride Farm, Archaeological Walkover Survey, Dalriada Project, Data Structure Report, Kilmartin Museum Report.

Regan, R 2009 Kilbride Farm II, Archaeological Walkover Survey, Dalriada Project, Data Structure Report, Kilmartin Museum Report.

Rennie, E.B. 1993 Cowal - a Historical Guide. Edinburgh: Birlinn.

Richards, M. P. and Schulting, R. J. 2006 Touch not the fish: the Mesolithic-Neolithic change of diet and its significance. Antiquity, Vol. 80, 444-56.

Ritchie, A. 2005 Kilellan Farm, Ardnave, Islay. Excavations of a Prehistoric to Early Medieval Site by Colin Burgess and Others. Edinburgh: Society of Antiquaries of Scotland.

Ritchie 1970 Excavation of the chambered cairn at Achnacreebeag. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 102 (1969-70), 31-55.

Ritchie, J.N.G., Thornber, I., Lynch, F.M. and Marshall, D.N. 1975 Small cairns in Argyll: some recent work. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 106 (1974-75), 15-38.

Ritchie, J.N.G. 1997 The Archaeology of Argyll. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

Ritchie, J.N.G. and Crawford, J. 1978 Recent work on Coll and Skye: (i) Excavations at Sorisdale and Killunaig, Coll; (ii) Notes on prehistoric and later artefacts from Coll; (iii) Beaker pottery from Skye. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 109 (1977-8), 75-103.

Ritchie, J.N.G. and Welfare, H. 1983 Excavations at Ardnave, Islay. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 113, 302-66.

Ruggles, C. 1999 Astronomy in Prehistoric Britain and Ireland. New Haven: Yale University Press.

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Saville, A. 1999 A cache of flint axeheads and other flint artefacts from Auchenhoan, near Campbeltown, Kintyre, Scotland. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, Vol. 65, 83-123.

Schulting, R.J. 2004 Clachaig, Haylie House and Torlin. Discovery and Excavation in Scotland 5, 167.

Schulting, R.J. 2013 On the northwestern fringes: Earlier Neolithic subsistence in Britain and Ireland as seen through faunal remains and stable isotopes. S. Colledge and J. Connolly (eds.), The Origins and Spread of Domestic Plants in Southwest Asia and Europe. Walnut Creek, California, Left Coast Press, 313-38.

Schulting, R.J. and Richards, M.P. 2002 The wet, the wild and the domesticated: the Mesolithic-Neolithic transition on the west coast of Scotland. European Journal of Archaeology 5(2), 147-89.

Schulting, R., Sheridan, J.A., Crozier, R. and Murphy, E. 2010 Revisiting Quanterness: new AMS dates and stable isotope data from an Orcadian chamber tomb. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 140, 1-50.

Scott, D 2010 'Recent astronomical observations at Kilmartin Glen, Argyll, Scotland' Antiquity [online] 84. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge Available at <http://antiquity.ac.uk/projgall/scott324/> Accessed 6th March 2017

Scott, J.G. 1955 The excavation of the chambered cairn at Brackley, Kintyre. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 89, 22-59.

Scott, J. G. 1964 The chambered cairn at Beacharra, Kintyre, Argyll. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 9, 134-158.

Scott, J.G. 1969a The Clyde cairns of Scotland. In T.G.E. Powell, J.X.W.P. Corcoran, F.M. Lynch and J.G. Scott (eds.), Megalithic Enquiries in the West of Britain Liverpool: Liverpool University Press , 175-222.

Scott, J. G. 1969b The Neolithic period in Kintyre, Argyll. In T.G.E. Powell, J.X.W.P. Corcoran, F.M. Lynch and J.G. Scott (eds.), Megalithic Enquiries in the West of Britain Liverpool: Liverpool University Press , 223-246.

Scott, J.G. 1977 The Rothesay style of neolithic pottery in Scotland. Pp. 26-37 in D.N. Marshall and I.D. Taylor, The excavation of the chambered cairn at Glenvoidean, Isle of Bute. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 108 (1976-77), 1-39.

Scott, J.G. 1989 The stone circles at Temple Wood, Kilmartin, Argyll. Glasgow Archaeological Journal 15, 53-134.

Sheridan, J.A. 1992 Scottish stone axeheads: some new work and recent discoveries, in N.M. Sharples and J.A. Sheridan (eds.), Vessels for the Ancestors: Essays on the Neolithic of Britain and Ireland in Honour of Audrey Henshall Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press , 194-212.

Sheridan, J.A. 2003 French Connections I: spreading the marmites thinly, in I. Armit, D.D.A. Simpson, E. Nelis and E. Murphy, The Neolithic of Ireland and the West of BritainOxford: Oxbow , 3-17.

Sheridan, J.A. 2004a Going round in circles? Understanding the Irish Grooved Ware 'complex' in its wider context, in H. Roche, E. Grogan, J. Bradley, J. Coles and B. Raftery (eds.), From Megaliths to Metal. Essays on Honour of George Eogan Oxbow: Oxford , 26-37.

Sheridan, J.A. 2004b Neolithic connections along and across the Irish Sea, in V. Cummings and C. Fowler (eds.), The Neolithic of the Irish Sea: Materiality and Traditions of Practice Oxbow: Oxford, 9-21.

Sheridan, J.A. 2007 Dating the Scottish Bronze Age: “There is clearly much that the material can still tell us”, in C. Burgess, P. Topping and F. Lynch (eds.), Beyond Stonehenge: Essays on the Bronze Age in Honour of Colin Burgess Oxford: Oxbow, 162-85.

Sheridan, J.A. 2008 Upper Largie and Dutch-Scottish connections during the Beaker period, in H. Fokkens, B.J. Coles, A.L. van Gijn, J.P. Kleijne, H.W. Ponjee and C.J. Slappendel (eds.), Between Foraging and Farming. An Extended Broad Spectrum of Papers Presented to Leendert Louwe Kooijmans Leiden: Faculty of Archaeology, Leiden University. (Analecta Praehistorica Leidensia 40), 247-260.

Sheridan, J.A. 2010 The earliest pottery in Britain and Ireland and its Continental background, in B. Vanmontfort, L. Louwe Kooijmans, L. Amkreutz and L. Verhart (eds.), Pots, Farmers and Foragers: Pottery Traditions and Social Interaction in the Earliest Neolithic of the Lower Rhine Area Leiden: Leiden University Press (Archaeological Studies Leiden University 20) , 189-207.

Sheridan, J.A. 2012a Contextualising Kilmartin: building a narrative for developments in western Scotland and beyond, from the Early Neolithic to the Late Bronze Age, in A.M. Jones, J. Pollard, M.J. Allen and J. Gardiner (eds.), Image, Memory and Monumentality; archaeological engagements with the material world Oxford: Oxbow/Prehistoric Society (Prehistoric Society Research Paper 5), 163-183.

Sheridan, J.A. 2012b A Rumsfeld reality check: what we know, what we don't know and what we don't know we don't know about the Chalcolithic in Britain and Ireland, in M.J. Allen, J. Gardiner and J.A. Sheridan (eds.) Is there a British Chalcolithic? People, Place and Polity in the Later Third Millennium Oxford: Oxbow/Prehistoric Society (Prehistoric Society Research Paper 4), 40-55.

Sheridan, J.A. 2012c Review of A. Whittle, F. Healy and A. Bayliss, Gathering Time: Dating the Early Neolithic Enclosures of Southern Britain and Ireland. Antiquity 86 (331), 262-264.

Sheridan, J.A. 2013 The arrival of metal. Chalcolithic and Bronze Age Bute, c. 2500 BC - c.800 BC: an assessment. In P. J. Duffy (ed.), One Island, Many Voices Donnington: Shaun Tyas, 53-70.

Sheridan, J.A. 2014a. Shetland, from the appearance of a 'Neolithic' way of life to c 1500 BC: a view from the 'mainland'. In H.C. Gulløv and D. Mahler (eds), Northern Worlds - Landscapes, Interactions and Dynamics, 67-92. Copenhagen: Nationalmuseet.

Sheridan, J.A. 2014b Little and large: the miniature 'carved stone ball' beads from the eastern tomb at Knowth, Ireland, and their broader significance. In R.-M. Arbogast and A. Greffier-Richard (eds.), Entre archéologie et écologie, une préhistoire de tous les milieux. Mélanges offerts à Pierre Pétrequin Besançon: Presses universitaires de Franche-Comté, 303-314.

Sheridan, J.A. 2015 Review of J Thomas, The Birth of Neolithic Britain: an interpretive account. European Journal of Archaeology 18(4), 720­-727. DOI 10.1179/1461957115Z.000000000148

Sheridan, J.A. 2016 Scottish Neolithic pottery in 2016: the big picture and some details of the narrative. In F. Hunter and J.A. Sheridan (eds.), Ancient Lives: Object, People and Place in Early Scotland. Essays for David Clarke on his 70th Birthday, Leiden: Sidestone Press, 189-212.

Sheridan, J.A. and Davis, M 1995 'The Poltalloch "jet" spacer plate necklace: some new research', The Kist (Magazine of the Natural History and Antiquarian Society of Mid-Argyll 11) 49, 1-9.

Sheridan, J.A. and Cowie, T.G. 2003 Rameldry and Scottish dagger graves. Pp. 109-112 and Table 4 in L. Baker, J.A. Sheridan and T.G. Cowie, An Early Bronze Age 'dagger grave' from Rameldry Farm, Kingskettle, Fife. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 133, 85-123.

Sheridan, J.A. and Pailler, Y., 2012 Les haches alpines et leurs imitations en Grande Bretagne, Irlande et dans les Iles anglo-normandes, in P. Pétrequin, S. Cassen, M. Errera, L. Klassen, A. Sheridan and A.M. Pétrequin (eds.), Jade. Grandes haches alpines du Néolithique européen. Ve et IVe millénaires av. J.-C. Cahiers de la MSHE C.N. Ledoux, Besançon, Presses Universitaires de Franche-Comté et Centre de Recherche Archéologique de la Vallée de l'Ain, Vol. 2: 1046-1087.

Sheridan, J.A. and Pétrequin, P. 2014 Constructing a narrative for the Neolithic of Britain and Ireland: the use of 'hard science' and archaeological reasoning'. In . In A.W.R. Whittle and P. Bickle (eds.), Early Farmers: the View from Archaeology and Science Oxford: Oxford University Press/the British Academy (Proceedings of the British Academy 198), 369-390.

Sheridan, J A., Parker Pearson, M., Jay, M., Richards, M P and Curtis, N 2007 'Radiocarbon dates from the Beaker People Project, 2007: Scottish samples' Discovery and Excavation in Scotland [online] 8, 222. Available at http://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/archives/view/des/ Accessed 30 March 2017.

Sheridan J. A., Goldberg, M., Blackwell, A., Mahler, D., Richards, M., Duffy, P., Gibson, A.M., Macniven, A. and Caldwell, D.H. 2012 Radiocarbon dates associated with the Scottish History and Archaeology Department, National Museums Scotland, 2011/12. Discovery and Excavation in Scotland 13, 200-202.

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