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Further reading

 

For an overview of prehistoric pottery, we recommend the following books:

 

Gibson, A. and Woods, A. 1997. Prehistoric Pottery for the Archaeologist. Leicester University Press.

 

Gibson, A. 2002. Prehistoric Pottery in Britain and Ireland. Tempus Books.

 

 

Bibliography


Brown, L. 1991 ‘Iron Age pottery’, in Cunliffe, B. and Poole, C., Danebury: an Iron Age Hillfort in Hampshire. Volume 5: the Excavations, 1979-88: the Finds, CBA Res. Rep. 73, 277-319

Brown, L. 1995 ‘Pottery production’, in Cunliffe, B, Danebury: an Iron Age Hillfort in Hampshire. Volume 6: A Hillfort Community in Perspective, CBA Res. Rep. 102, 53-65

Burgess, C. B., 1970 ‘Excavations at the scooped settlement Hetha Burn I, Hethpool, Northumberland, 1969, Trans. Architect. Archaeol. Soc. Durham Northumberland 2, 1-26

Copley, M. S., Berstan, R., Dudd, S. N., Straker, V., Payne, S., Evershed, R. P., 2005a ‘Dairying in antiquity 1. Evidence from absorbed lipid residues dating to the British Iron Age’, J. Archaeol. Science 32(4), 485-503

Copley, M. S., Berstan, R., Straker, V., Payne, S., Evershed, R. P., 2005b ‘Dairying in antiquity 2. Evidence from absorbed lipid residues dating to the British Bronze Age’, J. Archaeol. Science 32(4), 505-21

Copley, M. S., Berstan, R., Mukherjee, A. J., Dudd, S. N., Straker, V., Payne, S., Evershed, R. P., 2005c ‘Dairying in antiquity 3. Evidence from absorbed lipid residues dating to the British Neolithic’, J. Archaeol. Science 32(4), 523-46

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

Ford, W. and Miket, R., 1982 ‘An urned cremation from Warden Law, Tyne and Wear’, Archaeol. Aeliana, 5 ser, 10, 53-59

Gibson, A. and Stern, B. 2006 ‘Report on the University of Bradford pilot project into the absorbed residue analysis of Bronze Age pigmy cups from Scotland, England and Wales, in Gibson, A (ed.) Prehistoric Pottery: Some Recent Research, BAR Int Ser. 1509, 69-77

Heslop, D. H., 1987 The Excavation of an Iron Age Settlement at Thorpe Thewles, Cleveland, 1980-1982, CBA Res Rep 65

Hogg, A. H. A., 1942 ‘The native settlement at Gunnar Peak’, Archaeol. Aeliana, 4 ser. 20, 155-74

Jobey, G., 1957 ‘Excavations at the native settlement, Gubeon Cottage, Northumberland’, Archaeol. Aeliana, 4 ser 35, 163-79

Jobey, G. 1959 ‘Excavations at the native settlement at Huckhoe, Northumberland, 1955-7’, Archaeol. Aeliana 4 ser. 37, 217-78

Jobey, G. 1967 ‘Excavation at Tynemouth priory and Castle’, Archaeol. Aeliana 4 ser. 45, 33-104

Jobey, G. 1973a ‘A native settlement at Hartburn and the Devil’s Causeway, Northumberland (1971)’, Archaeol. Aeliana, 5 ser. 1, 11-53

Jobey, G. 1973b ‘A Romano-British settlement at Tower Knowe, Wellhaugh, Northumberland (1972), Archaeol. Aeliana, 5 ser. 1, 55-79

Jobey, G. 1982 ‘The settlement at Doubstead and Romano-British settlement on the coastal plain between Tyne and Forth’, Archaeol. Aeliana, 5 ser. 10, 1-24

Jobey, I., 1981 ‘Excavations on the Romano-British settlement at Middle Gunnar Peak, Barrasford, Northumberland, Archaeol. Aeliana, 5 ser. 9, 51-7

Jobey. I. and Jobey, G., 1987 ‘Prehistoric, Romano-British and later remains on Murton High Crags, Northumberland, Archaeol. Aeliana, 5 ser. 15,151-98

Jones , A. 2005 ‘The grooved ware from Barnhouse’, in Richards, C (ed.), Dwelling among the Monuments: the Neolithic Village of Barnhouse, Maeshowe Passage grave and Surrounding Monuments at Stenness, Orkney, 261-82

Jones , A., Cole, W. J., Jones, R. E. 2005 ‘Organic residue analysis of grooved ware from Barnhouse’, in Richards, C (ed.), Dwelling among the Monuments: the Neolithic Village of Barnhouse, Maeshowe Passage Grave and Surrounding Monuments at Stenness, Orkney, 283-91

Long, C. D., 1988 ‘The Iron Age and Romano-British settlement at Catcote, Hartlepool, Cleveland, Durham Archaeol. J. 4, 13-35

Miket, R., 1985 ‘Ritual enclosures at Whitton Hill, Northumberland’, Proc. Prehist. Soc. 51, 137-48

Newman, T. G., 1977 ‘Two Early Bronze Age cist burial in Northumberland’, in Archaeol. Aeliana, 5 ser, 5, 39-44

Rojo-Guerra, M. A., Garrido-Pena, R., García-Martínez-de-Lagrán, I., Juan-Treserras, J., and Matamala, J. C., 2006 ‘Beer and bell beakers: drinking rituals in Copper Age Inner Iberia’, Proc. Prehistoric Soc. 72, 243-65

Swain, H. P., 1987 ‘The Iron Age pottery’, in Heslop, D. H., The Excavations of an Iron Age Settlement at Thorpe Thewles, Cleveland, 1980-1982, C.B.A. Res. Rep. 65, 57-71

 

 

 

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