The Palaeolithic Rivers of Southwest Britain

Tony Brown, Robert Hosfield, Laura Basell, Phil Toms, S. Hounsell, R. Young, 2008

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Palaeolithic Rivers of Southwest Britain final report:
Appendices 1-4 PDF 603 Kb
Appendix 5 PDF 10 Mb
Appendix 6 PDF 155 Kb
Appendix 7 OSL Dating Report PDF 1 Mb
Appendix 8 PDF 3 Mb
Appendix 9 Assessment Report PDF 85 Kb
Contents Page PDF 39 Kb
List of Figures PDF 32 Kb
List of Tables PDF 25 Kb
Section 0 Executive Summary PDF 39 Kb
Section 1 ALSF Implications PDF 103 Kb
Section 2 Background Phase I Resource Assessment PDF 1 Mb
Section 3 Fieldwork GIS PDF 2 Mb
Section 4 Outreach Dissemination PDF 1 Mb
Section 5 Implications PDF 62 Kb
Section 6 References PDF 69 Kb
Palaeolithic Rivers of Southwest Britain teaching materials:
Project Booklet PDF 694 Kb
Project Flyer PDF 422 Kb
Project Poster PDF 226 Kb
Palaeolithic Archaeology Teaching Resource Box: Acknowledgements PDF 38 Kb
Palaeolithic Archaeology Teaching Resource Box: ADS Introduction PDF 46 Kb
Palaeolithic Archaeology Teaching Resource Box: Answers PDF 61 Kb
Palaeolithic Archaeology Teaching Resource Box Chronology: Advanced PDF 39 Kb
Palaeolithic Archaeology Teaching Resource Box Chronology: Basic PDF 45 Kb
Palaeolithic Archaeology Teaching Resource Box Climate: Advanced PDF 44 Kb
Palaeolithic Archaeology Teaching Resource Box Climate: Basic PDF 227 Kb
Palaeolithic Archaeology Teaching Resource Box Hominins: Advanced PDF 48 Kb
Palaeolithic Archaeology Teaching Resource Box Hominins: Basic PDF 283 Kb
Palaeolithic Archaeology Teaching Resource Box Landscapes: Advanced PDF 559 Kb
Palaeolithic Archaeology Teaching Resource Box Landscapes: Basic PDF 497 Kb
Palaeolithic Archaeology Teaching Resource Box Lifestyles: Advanced PDF 37 Kb
Palaeolithic Archaeology Teaching Resource Box Lifestyles: Basic PDF 1.5 Mb
Palaeolithic Archaeology Teaching Resource Box Lithics: Advanced PDF 703 Kb
Palaeolithic Archaeology Teaching Resource Box Lithics: Basic PDF 630 Kb