Osteological Analysis of Early Bronze Age human skeletal remains in Tyne and Wear Museums

Michelle Gamble, Chris Fowler, 2012

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Osteological Analysis of Early Bronze Age human skeletal remains in Tyne and Wear Museums

Location World regionBritish Isles and Ireland
British Isles countryEngland
English regionNorth East
CountyNorthumberland
CountyDurham
DistrictTyne and Wear
PlaceAllerwash
PlaceBewes Hill
PlaceSummerhill
PlaceCorbys Crags
PlaceDenton Burn
PlaceMilfield
PlaceBedlington
PlaceFulwell
PlaceHasting Hill
PlaceHexham Golf Course
PlaceGunnerton
PlaceReaverhill Farm
PlaceWest Wharmley
PlaceBlaydon
PlaceHumbledon Hill
PlaceWarden Law
PlaceWhitton Hill
PlaceRyhope Cave
PlaceGreat North Museum, Newcastle upon Tyne
PlaceSunderland Museum and Wintergardens, Sunderland
PlaceArbeia Museum and Roman Fort, South Shields
TGNWorld, Europe, United Kingdom, England, Tyne and Wear [7012033]
Grid reference Latitude longitude
bounding box
55.104891
-1.9062080 -1.3503284
54.800685
Subject Archaeological Sciences (England)BONE
Evidence (England)BURIAL
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)HUMAN REMAINS
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)CREMATION
Library of Congress Subject HeadingsArchaeology
Period MIDASEarly Bronze Age
Non-UKChalcolithic
Project dates Created From10-APR-2011
Created To31-AUG-2011
First Released21-OCT-2013
Identifiers Related Collection
Related information Associated PublicationFowler, C. and Gamble, M. (in preparation), ‘Ritual enclosures and mortuary practices at Whitton Hill: a re-appraisal’.
Associated PublicationFowler, C., (2013a) The Emergent Past: A Relational Realist Archaeology of Early Bronze Age Mortuary Practices. Oxford University Press: Oxford.
Associated PublicationGamble, M. and Fowler, C. (in press) A re-assessment of Early Bronze Age human remains in Tyne and Wear Museums: results and implications for interpreting Early Bronze Age burials from North-East England and beyond. Archaeologia Aeliana, 42.
Associated PublicationGamble, M. and C. Fowler, (in preparation), ‘Bone biographies: reflections on an osteological re-assessment of Early Bronze Age human remains in Tyne and Wear Museums, 2011’.
Associated PublicationFowler, C., (in press) ‘“The more things change, the more they remain the same”? Continuity and change in Northumbrian Early Bronze Age mortuary rites’, in Brandt, R., Ingvaldsen, H. and Prusac, M. (eds.) Ritual Changes and Changing Rituals: Function and Meaning in Ancient Funerary Practices. Oxbow: Oxford.
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