General Reading

Excavation at the eastern entrance of Durrington Walls, Wiltshire.

Blogs/web sites

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Barrett, J.C. (1994) Fragments from Antiquity.   Oxford:  Blackwell.

Barrett, J.C., Bradley, R.J. & Green, M. (1991) Landscape, Monuments and Society.   Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press.

Barrett, J.C. and Kinnes, I.A. (Eds.) (1988) The Archaeology of Context in the Neolithic and Bronze Age. Sheffield:  Dept. of Prehistory

Bradley, R.J. (1984) The Social Foundations of Prehistoric Britain.   London:  Longmans.

Bradley, R.J. (1998) The Significance of Monuments.   London:  Routledge

Bradley, R.J. (2007) The Prehistory of Britain and Ireland.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Clarke, D.V., Cowie, T. and Foxon, A. (1985) Symbols of Power at the Time of Stonehenge. Edinburgh:  HMSO

Fowler, C, Harding, J and Hoffman, D (eds.) (In Press) The Oxford Handbook of Neolithic Europe. Oxford University Press, Oxford.

Noble, G. (2006) Neolithic Scotland: Timber, Stone, Earth and Fire.  Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

Pollard, J. (Ed) (2008) Prehistoric Britain, Oxford: Blackwell.

Shepherd, I.A.G. & Barclay, G.J. (eds), (2004) Scotland in Ancient Europe: the Neolithic and Early Bronze Age of Scotland in their European Context, Society of Antiquaries of Scotland,Edinburgh

Thomas, J.S. (1991). Re-thinking the Neolithic. Routledge, London.

Thomas, J.S. (1996). Time, Culture and Identity. Routledge, London.

Thomas, J.S. (1999) Understanding the Neolithic.  London:  Routledge.

Tilley, C. (Ed.) (1993) Interpretative Archaeology.   London:  Berg

Tilley, C. (1994) A Phenomenology of Landscape.   London:  Berg.

Whittle, A. (1996) Europe in the Neolithic: The Creation of New Worlds.   Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press.

Whittle, A. (2003) The Archaeology of People: Dimensions of Neolithic Life.  London: Routledge.

Whittle, A., Healy, F. and Bayliss, A. (2011) Gathering Time: Dating the Early Neolithic Enclosures of Southern Britain and Ireland.  Oxford: Oxbow.

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