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The Dorsey: a reinterpretation of an Iron Age enclosure in South Armagh N.B.AitchisonVol. 59, 1993285
Bouqras revisited: preliminary report on a project in Eastern Syria P.A. Akkermans, J.A.K. Boerma, A.T. Clason, S.G. Hill, E. Lohof, C. Meiklejohn, M. Le Mičre, G.M.F. Molgat, J.J. Roodensberg, W. Waterbolk-can Rooyen and W. van ZeistVol. 49, 1983335
Pig Hunting and Husbandry in Prehistoric Italy: a Contribution to the Domestication Debate. Umberto Albarella, Antonio Tagliacozzo, Keith Dobney And Peter Rowley-ConwyVol. 72, 2006193
The Henge monument of The Bull Ring, Dove Holes, Derbyshire Leslie AlcockVol. 16, 195081
Coygan Cave, Laugharne, south Wales, a Mousterian site and hyaena den: a report on the University of Cambridge excavations Stephen Aldhouse-Green, Katherine Scott, Henry Schwarcz, Rainer Grün, Rupert Housley, Angela Rae, Richard Bevins and Mark RedknapVol. 61, 199537
Crowning Glories: Languages of Hair in Later Prehistoric Europe Miranda Aldhouse-GreenVol. 70, 2004299
Report on the investigation of a round barrow on Arreton Down, Isle of Wight J. Alexander and P.C. and A. OzanneVol. 26, 1960263
The pins of the Jugoslav Early Iron Age John Alexander Vol. 30, 1964159
The origins and early development of European fibulae John Alexander and Sheila HopkinVol. 48, 1982401
Belgic coins as illustrations of life in the Late Pre-Roman Iron Age of Britain Derek AllenVol. 24, 195843
Iron currency bars in Britain Derek AllenVol. 33, 1967307
Bronze Age cremation cemetaries in the East Midlands Carol S.M. Allen, Mary Harman and Hazel WheelerVol. 53, 1987187
Food for the living: a reassessment of a Bronze Age barrow at Buckskin, Basingstoke, Hampshire Michael J. Allen, Michael Morris and R.H. ClarkVol. 61, 1995157
Bronze Age Accessory Cups from Lincolnshire: Early Bronze Age Pot? Carol Allen and David HopkinsVol. 66, 2000297
Beaker Settlement and Environment on the Chalk Downs of Southern England. Michael J. AllenVol. 71, 2005219
Zoomorphic Iron Age Sculpture in Western Iberia: Symbols of Social and Cultural Identity? Jesus R.Alvarez-SanchisVol. 60, 1994403
Bronze Age chariots from Europe Emmanuel AnatiVol. 26, 196050
Křkkenmřddinger (Shell Middens) in Denmark: A Survey Sřren H. AndersenVol. 66, 2000361
Beer and Bell Beakers: drinking rituals in Copper Age Inner Iberia. Manuel Ángel, Rojo-Guerra, Rafael Garrido-Pena, Íńigo García-Martínez-De-Lagrán, Jordi Juan-Treserras and Juan Carlos MatamalaVol. 72, 2006243
The agriculture of the British Early Iron Age as exemplified at Figheldean Down, Wiltshire Shimon ApplebaumVol. 20, 1954103
The excavation of the Bronze Age and Iron Age settlement at Trevisker Round, St. Eval, Cornwall A.M. ApSimon and E. GreenfieldVol. 38, 1972302
Valuable and Useful: Mid-Holocene Stemmed Obsidian Artefacts from West New Britain, Papua New Guinea Nick Araho, Robin Torrence and J. Peter White Vol. 68, 200261
Three Oxfordshire palaeoliths and their significance for Pleistocene correlation W.J. Arkell Vol. 11, 194520
On the ancient channel between Caversham and Henley, Oxfordshire and its contained flint implements. Part II W.J. Arkell and K.P.OakleyVol. 14, 1948126
Excavations at Esh Shaheinab, Sudan (1949) A.J. ArkellVol. 15, 194942
Hillforts at War: From Maiden Castle to Taniwaha Pâ Ian ArmitVol. 73, 200725
Beyond the Grave: Human Remains from Domestic Contexts in Iron Age Atlantic Scotland Ian Armit And Victoria GinnVol. 73, 2007113
Towards Familiar Landscapes? On the Nature and Origin of Middle Bronze Age Landscapes in the Netherlands. Stijn Arnoldussen And David FontijnVol. 72, 2006289
The Great Barrow at Bishop's Waltham, Hampshire Paul Ashbee Vol. 23, 1957137
Excavation of three long barrows near Avebury, Wiltshire Paul Ashbee, I.F. Smith and J.G. EvansVol. 45, 1979207
Tranchet axe manufacture from Cliffe, Kent Nick AshtonVol. 54, 1988315
Choppers and the Clactonian: a reinvestigation N. Ashton, J.McNabb and S. ParfittVol. 58, 199221
Excavations at the Lower Palaeolithic Site at Elveden, Suffolk, UK Nick Ashton, Simon Lewis, Simon Parfitt, Ian Candy, David Keen, Rob Kemp, Kirsty Penkman, Gill Thomas, John Whittaker and Mark WhiteVol. 71, 20051
Neolithic and Bronze Age Norfolk Trevor AshwinVol. 62, 199641
Rainsborough, Northants., England: Excavations, 1961-5 Michael Avery, J.E.G. Sutton and J.W. BanksVol. 33, 1967207
The acheulean in Asia? A review of 'Research on Korean Palaeolithic Culture' William S. Ayres and Song Nai RheeVol. 50, 198435
The geological age of the Cromer Forest Bed A. AzzarollVol. 17, 1951168

Experimental Clactonian technique D.F.W. Baden-PowellVol. 15, 194938
Palaeoliths from the Fen district D.F.W. Baden-Powell Vol. 16, 195029
Report on the re-investigation of the Westley (Bury St. Edmunds) Skull site D.F.W. Baden-Powell and K.P. OakleyVol. 18, 19521
Water mythology and the distribution of Palaeolithic parietal art P.G. BahnVol. 44, 1978125
Pleistocene images outside Europe P.G. BahnVol. 57(1), 199191
Asprochaliko and Kastritsa: further investigations of palaeolithic settlement and economy in Epirus (North-west Greece) G.N. Bailey, P.L. Carter, C.S. Gamble and H.P. HiggsVol. 49, 198315
The Shaugh Moor project: fourth report - environment, context and conclusion N.D. Balaam, K. Smith and G.J. WainwrightVol. 48, 1982203
The earliest horse-bits of western Europe C.J. BalkwillVol. 39, 1973425
The evidence of cemetaries for later prehistoric development in the Upper Rhine valley C.J. BalkwillVol. 42, 1976187
Research on the Hungarian Bronze Age since 1936 and the Bronze Age settlement at Békés-Várdomb J. BannerVol. 21, 1955123
Houses and the changing residential unit: domestic architecture at PPNB 'Ain Ghazal, Jordan E.B. Banning and Brian F. ByrdVol. 53, 1987309
A decorated Iron Age bridle-bit in the London Museum: its place in art and archaeology James Barber and J.V.S. MegawVol. 29, 1963206
The pit alignment at Eskbank Nurseries J. BarberVol. 51, 1985149
Henge monuments: reappraisal or reductionism? G.J. BarclayVol. 55, 1989260
Cairnpapple Revisited: 1948-1998 Gordon J. Barclay Vol. 65, 199917
'Metropolitan' and 'Parochial'/'Core' and 'Periphery': a historiography of the Neolithic of Scotland Gordon J. Barclay Vol. 67, 20011
Meaning in the Later Prehistoric Rock-Engravings of Mont Bégo, Alpes-Maritimes, France Lawrence Barfield and Christopher Chippindale Vol. 63, 1997103
Resharpening and Recycling of Flint Bifacial Tools from the Southern Levant Neolithic and Chalcolithic Ran BarkaiVol. 65, 1999303
The conditions of cultural and economic growth in the Bronze Age of central Italy Graeme Barker Vol. 38, 1972170
Early neolithic land use in Yugoslavia Graeme Barker Vol. 41, 197585
Causewayed Camps and Early Neolithic economies in central southern England G. Barker and D. WebleyVol. 44, 1978161
Cows and kings: models for zimbabwes Graeme Barker Vol. 54, 1988223
Prehistoric Foragers and Farmers in South-east Asia: Renewed Investigations at Niah Cave, Sarawak Graeme Barker Vol. 68, 2002147
A handles beaker from Norfolk G.V. BarnardVol. 7, 1941142
A probable long barrow, High Melton, South Yorkshire John Barnatt and Philip ReaderVol. 48, 1982489
Stone circles and megalithic mathematics John Barnatt and Gordon MoirVol. 50, 1984197
Bronze Age settlement on the East Moors of the Peak District of Derbyshire and South Yorkshire John BarnattVol. 53, 1987393
The technique of blad production in Mesolithic and Neolithic times Alfred S. BarnesVol. 13, 1947101
Excavations of a Bronze Age unenclosed Cemetary, Cairns and field boundaries at Eagleston Flat, Curbar, Derbyshire 1984, 1989-1990 John BarnettVol. 60, 1994287
Characterization of Deverel-Rimbury pottery from Cranbourne Chase J. Barrett, R. Bradley, R. Cleal and H. PikeVol. 44, 1978135
The pottery fo the later Bronze Age in Lowland England John BarrettVol. 46, 1980297
Stone Tools and Palaeolithic settlement in the Iberian Peninsula C. Michael BartonVol. 56, 199015
Persistent places in the Mesolithic landscape: An example from the Black Mountain uplands of South Wales R.N.E.Barton, P.J. Berridge, M.J.C. Walker and R.E. BevinsVol. 61, 199581
Coarse Beakers with 'short-wave moulding' C.J. BeckerVol. 21, 195565
Late palaeolithic finds from Denmark C.J. BeckerVol. 37, 1971131
Excavations at the Neolithic enclosure on Bury Hill, Houghton, West Sussex, 1979 Owen Bedwin Vol. 47, 198169
Excavations at Copse Farm, Oving, West Sussex Owen Bedwin and Robin HolgateVol. 51, 1985215
Portable and wall art in the Volp caves, Montesquieu-Avantčs (Aričge) R. Bégouën and J. ClottesVol. 57(1), 199165
Valley sediments as evidence of prehistoric land-use on the South Downs Martin BellVol. 49, 1983119
Leskernick: Stone Worlds; Alternative Narratives; Nested Landscapes Barbara Bender, Sue Hamilton, and Christopher Tilley Vol. 63, 1997147
A Middle Bronze Age looped palstave from Ollerton, Childs Ercall, Shropshire Bruce BennisonVol. 50, 1984386
Excavations at Stackpole Warren, Dyfed G.D. Benson, J.G. Evans and G.H. WilliamsVol. 56, 1990179
A Bronze Age house at Poliokhni (Lemnos) Luigi Bernabo BreaVol. 21, 1955144
The excavations at Woodbury, Wiltshire during 1938 G. BersuVol. 4(2), 1938308
Excavations at Little Woodbury, Wiltshire. Part I: The settlement as revealed by excavation Gerhard BersuVol. 6, 194030
A cemetary of the Ronaldsway culture at Ballateare, Jurby, Isle of Man G. BersuVol. 13, 1947161
A preliminary survey of Late Neolithic settlements at el-Ghirqa, eastern Jordan Alison Betts and Svend HelmsVol. 53, 1987327
Excavation of a Bronze Age cemetary at Ewanrigg, Maryport, Cumbria R.H. Bewley, I.H. Longworth, S. Browne, J.P. Huntley and G. VarndellVol. 58, 1992325
Some aspects of the prehistory of northern Italy from the Final Palaeolithic to the Middle Neolithic: a reconsideration of the evidence available to date Paolo BiagiVol. 46, 19809
Italy in Europe in the Early Iron Age A-M. Bietti Sestieri Vol. 63, 1997371
The metal industry of continental Italy, 13th-11th century and its Aegean connections A.M. Biettei-SestieriVol. 39, 1973383
Report on a petrological study of ground-edge artefacts from north-eastern New South Wales, Australia R.A. Binns and I. McBrydeVol. 35, 1969229
Mediterranean alluviation: new evidence from archaeology J.L. BintliffVol. 41, 197578
The plain of western Macedonia and the Neolithic site of Nea Nikomedia J. BintliffVol. 42, 1976241
Deconstructing 'The Sense of Place'? Settlement Systems, Field Survey and the Historic Record: A Case Study from Central Greece John BintliffVol. 66, 2000123
The Aylesford-Swarling culture: The problem of the Belgae reconsidered Ann BirchallVol. 31, 1965241
Excavations at Koongine Cave: Lithics & Land-use in the Terminal Pleistocene & Holocene of South Australia C.F.M. Bird & David FrankelVol. 67, 200149
A Middle Palaeolithic Site at Lynford Quarry, Mundford, Norfolk: Interim Statement. W.A. BoismierVol. 69, 2003315
A 'Worton'-Type bronze sword hilt at Caerleon George C. BoonVol. 40, 1974205
Some observations on the Pleistocene succession in the Somme Valley F. BordesVol. 22, 19561
The Upper Palaeolithic Site of Ciuntu on the Middle Pruth, Moldavia: a multidisciplinary study and reinterpretation I.A. Borziac, Philip Allsworth-Jones, Charles French, S.I. Medyanik, W.J. Rink and H.K. Lee Vol. 63, 1997285
The representation of female figures in the Rhineland Magdalenian G. BosinskiVol. 57(1), 199151
Problems of the borderland of archaeology and geology in Britian: Presidential address for 1936 P.G.H. BoswellVol. 2(2), 1936149
James Reid Moir, F.R.S. (1879-1944) P.G.H. BoswellVol. 11, 194566
Syrian and Anatolian Bronze Age figurines in Europe Jan BouzekVol. 38, 1972156
The date of the Dorset cursus M. Bowden, R. Bradley, V. Gaffney and L. MephamVol. 49, 1983376
A new survey of Ingleborough hillfort, North Yorkshire M.C.B.Bowden, D.A. Mackay and N.K. BloodVol. 55, 1989267
Guard Chambers': an Unquestioned Assumption in British Iron Age Studies. Mark BowdenVol. 72, 2006423
A reconsideration of the 'Ain Sakhri' figurine B.Boyd and J.CookVol. 59, 1993399
The excavation of a Beaker settlement at Belle Tout, East Sussex, England Richard BradleyVol. 36, 1970312
Two Late Bronze Age settlements on the Kennet gravels: excavations at Aldermaston Wharf and Knight's Farm, Burghfield, Berkshire Richard Bradley, Sue Lobb, Julian Richards and Mark RobinsonVol. 46, 1980217
Prehistoric settlement in the Peak District during the third and second millenia bc: a preliminary analysis in the light of recent fieldwork Richard Bradley and Clive HartVol. 49, 1983177
Stages in the chronological development of hoards and votive deposits Richard BradleyVol. 53, 1987351
Status, wealth and the chronological ordering of cemetaries Richard BradleyVol. 54, 1988327
Petrographic analysis of hammerstones from the Neolithic quarries at Great Langdale Richard Bradley and Roger SuthrenVol. 56, 1990117
The excavation of an oval barrow beside the Abingdon causewayed enclosure, Oxfordshire R. BradleyVol. 58, 1992127
The siting of Prehistoric rock art in Galloway, south-west Scotland R.Bradley, J.Harding and M.MathewsVol. 59, 1993269
The Philosopher and the Field Archaeologist: Collingwood, Bersu and the Excavation of King Arthur's Round Table Richard BradleyVol. 60, 199427
Rock art and the prehistoric landscape of Galicia: the results of field survey 1992-1994 Richard Bradley, Felipe Criado Boado and Ramón Fábregas ValcarceVol. 61, 1995347
Croft Moraig and the Chronology of Stone Circles Richard Bradley and Alison SheridanVol. 71, 2005269
The earliest village materials of Syro-Cilicia R. BraidwoodVol. 21, 195572
Excavations at Little Woodbury (1938-39). Part II. John BrailsfordVol. 14, 19481
Excavations at Little Woodbury John BrailsfordVol. 15, 1949156
Early Iron Age 'C' in Wessex John BrailsfordVol. 24, 1958101
The Ipswich torcs J. Brailsford and J.E. StapleyVol. 38, 1972219
The Polden Hill hoard, Somerset J.W. BrailsfordVol. 41, 1975222
The Surbo bronzes - some observations Keith BraniganVol. 38, 1972276
Sardinian beakers Warwick BrayVol. 30, 196475
The Survey and Excavation of a Bronze Age Timber Circle at Holme-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, 1998–9. Mark Brennand and Maisie Taylor Vol. 69, 20031
The Pleistocene succession in the Somme Valley H. Breuil Vol. 5(1), 193933
Les plages anciennes portugaises entre les Caps d'Espichel et Carvoeiro et leurs industries paléolithiques H. Breuil, Maxime Vaultier and Georges ZbyszewskiVol. 8, 194221
Note on a Micoquian tool from a raised beach in Morbihan Henri BreuilVol. 21, 19551
Copper mining at Mount Gabriel, Co. Cork: Bronze Age bonanza or post-famine fiasco? Stephen BriggsVol. 49, 1983317
Two cordoned urns from Fan y Big, Brecon Beacons, Powys C. Stephen Briggs, William J. Britnell and Alex M. GibsonVol. 56, 1990173
The excavation of two round barrows at Trelystan, Powys William BritnellVol. 48, 1982133
A barbed point from Porth-y-waen, Llanyblodwel, Shropshire William BritnellVol. 50, 1984385
The Colfryn hillslope enclosure, Llansantffraid Deuddwr, Powys: excavations 1980-1982 William BritnellVol. 55, 198989
A Middle Bronze Age Round-house at Glanfeinion, near Llandinam, Powys W.J. Britnell, R.J. Silvester, A.M. Gibson, A.E. Caseldine, K.L. Hunter, S. Johnson, S. Hamilton and A. Vince Vol. 63, 1997179
Traditions of metal-working in the later Neolithic and early Bronze Age of Britain: Part 1 Dennis BrittonVol. 29, 1963258
From Big Houses to Cult Houses: Early Neolithic Timber Halls in Scotland Kenneth BrophyVol. 73, 200775
The people of Mount Carmel D.R. BrothwellVol. 27, 1961155
A Late Bronze Age enclosure at Loft's Farm, Essex N. BrownVol. 54, 1988249
A Neolithic site at Ronaldsway, Isle of Man: Part I J.R. Bruce and E.M. MegawVol. 13, 1947139
A place for the dead: the role of human remains in Late Bronze Age Britain Joanna BrückVol. 61, 1995245
Houses, Lifecycles and Deposition on Middle Bronze Age Settlements in Southern England Joanna BrückVol. 65, 1999145
Neolithic dwellings in the forest zone of the European part of the U.S.S.R. A. BryusovVol. 21, 195577
Multistage strategy for sampling settlement sites: an example from Poland W. Brzezinski, M. Dulinicz, Z. Kobylinski, B. Lichy and A. MoszczynskiVol. 50, 1984377
Excavation of a possible Neolithic long barrow or mortuary enclosure at Rivenhall, Essex, 1986 D.G. Buckley, H. Major and B. MiltonVol. 54, 198877
Excavations at a Neolithic Cursus, Springfield, Essex, 1979-85 D.G. Buckley, J.D. Hedges & N. Brown Vol. 67, 2001101
A stone-axe factory at Pike of Stickle, Great Langdale, Westmorland Brian Bunch and Clare I. FellVol. 15, 19491
Urnes of no small variety': Collared Urns reviewed: Review article Colin BurgessVol. 52, 1986339
The lower Palaeolithic industries near Warsash, Hampshire M.C. Burkitt, T.T. Paterson and C.J. MogridgeVol. 5(1), 193939
Prehistoric investigations in British Somaliland Miles Burkitt and P.E. GloverVol. 12, 194649
Relative and absolute dating of our late Neolithic enclosures: an exercise in the interpretation of radiocarbon determinations R. Burleigh, I.H. Longworth and G.J. WainwrightVol. 38, 1972389
The Ronaldsway Pottery of the Isle of Man: A Study of Production, Decoration and Use Steve BurrowVol. 65, 1999125
Late Bronze Age settlement on Itford Hill, Sussex G.P. Burstow and G.A. HolleymenVol. 23, 1957167
A Late Bronze Age urnfield on Steyning Round Hill, Sussex G.P. BurstowVol. 24, 1958158
The Farnham Terraces and their sequence Henry BuryVol. 1, 193560

Palaeoliths and terraces near Bournemouth J. Bernard Calkin and J.F.N. GreenVol. 15, 194921
Dorothy Garrod’s Excavations in the Late Mousterian of Shukbah Cave in Palestine Reconsidered Jane CallanderVol. 70, 2004207
Jade axes from sites in the British Isles W. Campbell-SmithVol. 29, 1963133
The distribution of jade axes in Europe with a supplement to the catalogue of those from the British Isles W. Campbell-SmithVol. 31, 196525
Second supplement to the catalogue of jade axes from sites in the British Isles W. Campbell-SmithVol. 38, 1972408
The characterization of obsidian and its application to the Mediterranean region J.R. Cann and Colin RenfrewVol. 30, 1964111
The Effects of Fire on Archaeological Soils and Sediments: Temperature and Colour Relationships M.G.Canti and N. LinfordVol. 66, 2000385
The production and distribution of Mesolithic axes in Southern England Verna CareVol. 45, 197993
The excavation of two round barrows at Poole, Dorset H. CaseVol. 18, 1952148
Irish Neolithic pottery: Distribution and sequence Humphrey CaseVol. 27, 1961174
Beakers: deconstruction and after H.CaseVol. 59, 1993241
Some biases in the recovery of archaeological faunal remains R.W. CasteelVol. 38, 1972382
Dating and the Prehistory of the Balearic Islands Pedro V. Castro Martínez, Sylvia Gili Surińach, Paloma González Marcén, Vicente Lull, Rafael Micó Pérez and Cristina Rihuete Herrada Vol. 63, 199755
Bronze cut-and-thrust swords in the east Mediterranean H.W. CatlingVol. 22, 1956102
The Levalloisian industries of Egypt Gertrude Caton-ThompsonVol. 12, 194657
Some palaeoliths from South Arabia G. Caton-ThompsonVol. 19, 1953189
Aibunar - A Balkan copper mine of the fourth millenium B.C. E.N. CernychVol. 44, 1978203
A Grooved Ware pit and prehistoric spademarks on Hengistbury Head (Site 6) Dorset, 1984 Amanda Chadburn and Julie GardinerVol. 51, 1985315
The palaeoecological setting of Cefn Gwernffrwd - a prehistoric complex in Mid-Wales F.M. Chambers Vol. 49, 1983303
The environmental setting of Erw-wen and Moel y Gerddi: prehistoric enclosures in upland Ardudwy, North Wales F.M. Chambers and S.-M.PriceVol. 54, 198893
Notes on some family vaults in Assam and Madagascar D.E. ChapmanVol. 4(1), 1938214
Early copper in the Balkans J.C. Chapman and R.F. TylecoteVol. 49, 1983373
The Prehistoric Society: Prehistory and Society Robert ChapmanVol. 51, 198515
Social Change and land use in prehistoric Dalmatia J.Chapman and R.ShielVol. 59, 199361
Pit-digging and Structured Deposition in the Neolithic and Copper Age of Central and Eastern Europe John ChapmanVol. 66, 200061
Rethinking the 'Cursus Problem' - Investigating the Neolithic Landscape Archaeology of Rudston, East Yorkshire, UK, using GIS Henry P. Chapman Vol. 71, 2005159
Stone axe factories in the Highlands of East New Guinea J. ChappellVol. 32, 196696
Alternative sources in regional exchange systems: a gravity model approach Sylvia ChappellVol. 52, 1986131
Back into the North: The Radiocarbon Evidence for the Human Recolonisation of the North Western Ardennes after the Last Glacial Maximum Ruth CharlesVol. 62, 19961
Pattern and process in the earliest colonisation of the Mediterranean islands J.F. CherryVol. 47, 198141
The final Bronze Age in the Near East and in Temperate Europe V.G. ChildeVol. 14, 1948177
Bronze dagger of Mycenean type from Pelynt, Cornwall V.G. Childe Vol. 17, 195193
An exotic stone adze from Tuckingmill, Camborne, Cornwall V.G. ChildeVol. 17, 195193
The first waggons and carts - from the Tigris to the Severn V.G. ChildeVol. 17, 1951177
The excavation of a Neolithic barrow on Whiteleaf Hill, Bucks V.G. Childe and Isobel SmithVol. 20, 1954212
The invention of words for the idea of 'Prehistory' Christopher ChippindaleVol. 54, 1988303
Excavations of an Iron Age defended enclosure at Tattershall Thorpe, Lincolnshire Peter Chowne, the late Maureen Girling and James GreigVol. 52, 1986159
Crig-a-Mennis: a Bronze Age barrow at Liskey, Perranzabuloe, Cornwall Pamela M. ChristieVol. 26, 196076
A barrow cemetary of the second millenium B.C. in Wiltshire, England Pamela M. ChristieVol. 33, 1967336
The excavation of an Iron Age souterrain and settlement at Carn Euny, Sancreed, Cornwall P.M.L. ChristieVol. 44, 1978309
The stratigraphy of the Mesolithic sites III and V at Thatcham, Berkshire, England D.M. Churchill Vol. 28, 1962362
The kitchen midden site at Westward Ho!, Devon, England: ecology, age and relation to changes in land and sea level D.M. Churchill and J.J. WymerVol. 31, 196574
Towards a reappraisal of henge monuments T. ClareVol. 52, 1986281
Towards a reappraisal of henge monuments: origins, evolution and hierarchies T. ClareVol. 53, 1987457
The Neolithic quarries and axe-factory sites of Great Langdale and Scafell Pike: a new field survey Philip Claris and James QuartermaineVol. 55, 19891
The prehistory of the Isle of Man Grahame ClarkVol. 1, 193570
Notes on excavations in England, the Irish Free State, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales, during 1935 Grahame Clark, H.G. Leask, Estyn Evans, V. Gordon Childe and W.F. GrimesVol. 1, 1935130
The timber monument at Arminghall and its affinities Grahame ClarkVol. 2(1), 19361
Notes on excavations in England, the Irish Free State, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales during 1936 J.G.D. Clark, H.G. Leask, E. Estyn-Evans, V. Gordon-Childe and W.F. GrimesVol. 2(2), 1936211
Notes on excavations in England, the Irish Free State, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales during 1937 J.G.D. Clark, H.G. Leask, E. Estyn-Evans, V. Gordon-Childe and W.F. GrimesVol. 3(2), 1937437
Excavations at Farnham, Surrey (1937-38): the Horsham culture and the question of Mesolithic dwellings J.G.D Clark and W.F. RankineVol. 5(1), 193961
Seal-hunting in the Stone Age of north-western Europe: a study in economic prehistory J.G.D. ClarkVol. 12, 194612
Objects of South Scandinavian flint in the northernmost provinces of Norway, Sweden and Finland J.G.D. ClarkVol. 14, 1948219
A preliminary report on excavations at Star Carr, Seamer, Scarborough, Yorkshire, 1949 J.G.D. ClarkVol. 15, 194952
The earliest settlement of the West Baltic area in the light of recent research J.G.D. ClarkVol. 16, 195087
Preliminary report on excavations at Star Carr, Seamer, Scarborough, Yorkshire (Second season 1950) J.G.D. ClarkVol. 16, 1950109
The Early Iron Age site at Micklemoor Hill, West Harling, Norfolk and its pottery J.G.D. Clark and C.I. FellVol. 19, 19531
The groove and splinter technique of working antler in Upper Palaeolithic and Mesolithic Europe J.G.D Clark and M.W. ThompsonVol. 19, 1953148
A microlithic industry from the Cambridgeshire Fenland and other industries of Sauveterrian affinities in Britain J.G.D. ClarkVol. 21, 19553
A Maglemosian site at Brandesburton, Holderness, Yorkshire J.G.D. Clark and H. GodwinVol. 22, 19566
The fogou of Lower Boscaswell, Cornwall E.V. Clark, E.B. Ford and C. ThomasVol. 23, 1957213
Blade and trapeze industries of the European Stone Age Grahame ClarkVol. 24, 195824
The natural fracture of pebbles from the Batoka Gorge, Northern Rhodesia, and its bearing on the Kafuan industries of Africa Desmond ClarkVol. 24, 195864
Presidential address: Perspectives in prehistory Grahame ClarkVol. 25, 19591
Excavations at the Neolithic site at Hurst Fen, Mildenhall, Suffolk, 1954, 1957 and 1958 J.G.D. Clark, E.S. Higgs and I.H. LongworthVol. 26, 1960202
A late stone age site in the Erongo mountains, south-west Africa J. Desmond Clark and James WaltonVol. 28, 19621
Neolithic bows from Somerset, England, and the prehistory of archery in North-west Europe J.G.D. ClarkVol. 29, 196350
Radiocarbon dating and the expansion of farming culture from the Near East over Europe J.G.D. ClarkVol. 31, 196558
A re-examination of the evidence for agricultural origins in the Nile Valley J.D. ClarkVol. 37, 197134
The Prehistoric Society: From East Anglia to the World Grahame ClarkVol. 51, 19851
A comment on Mithen's ecological interpretation of Palaeolithic art G.A. ClarkVol. 58, 1992107
A hoard of metalwork of the Early Iron Age from Ringstead, Norfolk R.R. ClarkeVol. 17, 1951214
An iron anthropoid sword from Shouldham, Norfolk, with related continental and British weapons R.R. Clarke and C.F.C. HawkesVol. 21, 1955198
Matrix analysis and archaeology with particular reference to British Beaker pottery David ClarkeVol. 28, 1962371
Bone dice and the Scottish Iron Age D.V. ClarkeVol. 36, 1970214
Neolithic/Early Bronze Age Pit Circles and their Environs at Oakham, Rutland Patrick Clay Vol. 64, 1998293
Shells and Sherds: Identification of Inclusions in Grooved Ware, with Associated Radiocarbon dates, from Amesbury Rosamund M.J.Cleal, John Cooper and David WilliamsVol. 60, 1994445
The Beaker folk in the Cotswolds E.M. CliffordVol. 3(1), 1937158
The excavation of Nympsfield long barrow, Gloucestershire Elsie M. CliffordVol. 4(1), 1938188
The Soldier's Grave, Frocester, Gloucester E.M. CliffordVol. 4(1), 1938214
The Rodmarton and Avening portholes E.M. Clifford and G.E. DanielVol. 6, 1940133
Palaeolithic implements from Alcester, Warwickshire E.M. CliffordVol. 9, 194348
The petrological identification of stone implements from East Anglia T.H. McK. Clough and B. GreenVol. 38, 1972108
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Kosipe: A late Pleistocene site in the Papuan highlands J. Peter White, K.A.W. Crook and B.P. RuxtonVol. 36, 1970152
On the Significance of Acheulean Biface Variability in Southern Britain Mark J. White Vol. 64, 199815
Island Britain - Peninsular Britain: Palaeogeography, Colonisation, and the Lower Palaeolithic Settlement of the British Isles Mark J. White and Danielle C. ShreveVol. 66, 20001
Settlement and economy in southern Itlay in the Neothermal period Ruth D. WhitehouseVol. 34, 1968332
The Neolithic pottery of southern Italy Ruth D. WhitehouseVol. 35, 1969267
Prehistoric settlement on the Tavoliere, Italy: a comment Ruth D. WhitehouseVol. 40, 1974203
Earlier Neolithic enclosures in north-west Europe A. WhittleVol. 43, 1977329
A model for the Mesolithic-Neolithic transition in the upper Kennet valley, north Wiltshire Alasdair WhittleVol. 56, 1990101
Wayland's Smithy, Oxfordshire: excavations at the Neolithic tomb in 1962-63 by R.J.C. Atkinson and S. Piggott A. Whittle Vol. 57(2), 199161
Excavations in the Neolithic and Bronze Age complex at Dorchester-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, 1947-1952 and 1981 A. Whittle, R.J.C. Atkinson, R. Chambers and N. ThomasVol. 58, 1992143
A Neolithic downland monument in its environment: excavations at the Easton Down Long Barrow, Bishops Cannings, north Wiltshire A.Whittle, A.J.Rouse and J.G.EvansVol. 59, 1993197
Parc le Breos Cwm Transepted Long Cairn, Gower, West Glamorgan: Date, Contents, and Context Alasdair Whittle and Michael Wysocki Vol. 64, 1998139
A megalithic tomb at Nicholaston, Gower, Glamorgan Audrey WilliamsVol. 6, 1940166
Mesolithic sites at Malham Tarn and Great Close Mire, North Yorkshire D.J. Williams, J.A.Richardson and R.S. RichardsonVol. 53, 1987363
A Petrographic Investigation of a Corpus of Bronze Age Cinerary Urns from the Isle of Anglesey John Williams and David JenkinsVol. 65, 1999189
Early co-axial field systems on the East Anglia boulder clays Tom WilliamsonVol. 53, 1987419
Recent excavations at Newferry, Co. Antrim P.C. WoodmanVol. 43, 1977155
Excavations of Cass ny Hawin, a Manx Mesolithic site, and the position of the Manx microlithic industries P.C. WoodmanVol. 53, 19871
Excavations at Mad Mans Window, Glenarm, Co. Antrim: problems of flint exploitation in east Antrim P.C. WoodmanVol. 58, 199277
The Topography of some Barrow Cemetaries in Bronze Age Wessex A.B.Woodward and P.J.WoodwardVol. 62, 1996275
Some aspects of the physiography of the Thames Valley in relation to the Ice Age and early man S.W. WooldridgeVol. 23, 19571
A report on the Late Bronze Age site excavated at Minnis Bay, Birchington, Kent, 1938-40 F.H. WorsfoldVol. 9, 194328
Prehistoric boats from North Ferriby, East Yorkshire E.V. Wright and C.W. WrightVol. 13, 1947114
The North Ferriby boats - Radio Carbon dating Edward WrightVol. 26, 1960351
A painted rock shelter on Mt. Elgon, Kenya Richard WrightVol. 27, 196128
The boats from North Ferriby, Yorkshire, England, with a review of the origins of the sewn boats of the Bronze Age E.V. Wright and D.M. ChurchillVol. 31, 19651
Artefacts from the Boat-site at North Ferriby, Humberside, England E.V. WrightVol. 44, 1978187
The Social Origins of Cooking and Dining in Early Villages of Western Asia Katherine J. WrightVol. 66, 200089
Palaeoliths from the gravel of the ancient channel between Caversham and Henley at Highlands, near Henley J. WymerVol. 22, 195629
The Lower Palaeolithic succession in the Thames Valley and the date of the ancient channel between Caversham and Henley, Oxon John WymerVol. 27, 19611
Excavations at the Maglemosian sites at Thatcham, Berkshire, England J.J. Wymer Vol. 28, 1962329
Late Devensian and Early Flandrian barbed points from Sproughton, Suffolk J.J. Wymer, R.M. Jacobi and J. RoseVol. 41, 1975235
Hand-axes from beneath glacial till at Welton-le-Wold, Lincolnshire, and the distribution of palaeoliths in Britain J.J. Wymer and A. StrawVol. 43, 1977355


Digging for symbols: the archaeology of everyday material life: Review article Aram A. YengovanVol. 51, 1985329
The Middle Palaeolithic Site of Karabi Tamchin (Crimea, Ukraine): 1999–2001 Excavation Seasons. A. Yevtushenko, A. Burke, C.R. Ferring, V. Chabai and K. MonigalVol. 69, 2003137
Before Babel: A review article Norman YoffeeVol. 56, 1990299
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A comparison of the Pleistocene of East Anglia with that of Germany Friedrich E. ZeunerVol. 3(1), 1937136
The chronology of the Mousterian at Gorham's Cave, Gibraltar F.E. ZeunerVol. 19, 1953180
Loess and Palaeolithic chronology F.E. ZeunerVol. 21, 195551
Genes, Fossils, and Culture. An Overview of the Evidence for Neandertal–Modern Human Interaction and Admixture. Joăo ZilhăoVol. 72, 20061
Die keltische Viereckschanze bei Tomerdingen, Kreis Ulm (Württemberg) Hartwig ZürnVol. 37, 1971218
Plant Use in the Mesolithic and its Role in the Transition to Farming Marek ZvelebilVol. 60, 199435
Notes on excavations in Eire, England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales, during 1956 Vol. 23, 1957220
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