Defining a Regional Neolithic: The Evidence from Britain and Ireland

Brophy, Kenneth

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Synopsis: This volume, the Neolithic Studies Group Seminar Papers 9, continues the development of a regionalised model of the Neolithic in the British Isles, one reflecting evidence away from the traditional 'core' areas of Wessex and Orkney. Interpretations here reflect an element of local contingency.

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