Towards a New Stone Age
Aspects of the Neolithic in south east England
edited by Jonathan Cotton & David Field
This volume fills a significant gap in prehistoric studies. It combines a series of regional overviews on such subjects as soils, aerial survey and human remains with contributions on specific sites, artefacts and the natural environment. As such it is intended both as a summary of recent work and a reminder of the richness and diversity of the record available for study in the South East. Since so much of the material that it covers is novel and unexpected, it poses a challenge to accounts of British prehistory based on regions with a longer history of large-scale survey and excavation.
Info: 237pp, illustrated throughout
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