Allen, T., Barclay, A. and Lamdin-Whymark, H., (2004). Opening the wood, making the land:. In: n.e., Towards a New Stone Age. York: Council for British Archaeology. pp. 82-98.

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Opening the wood, making the land:
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Subtitle:
the study of a Neolithic landscape in the Dorney area of the Middle Thames Valley
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Issue:
Towards a New Stone Age
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Council for British Archaeology Research Reports
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137
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237
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Page Start/End:
82 - 98
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RR137.pdf (82 MB) : Download
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provides a study of the evidence for, and the impact of, Neolithic people in an area of the middle Thames Valley between Taplow and Eton, dealing largely with the results of two landscape projects which together provide one of the most intensive archaeological investigations of any stretch of the Thames Valley
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Tim Allen
Alistair Barclay
Hugo Lamdin-Whymark
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2004
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1-902771-39-7
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Subjects / Periods:
Temporal - Auto Detected: Neolithic
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The British & Irish Archaeological Bibliography (BIAB)
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14 Apr 2005