Lynch, H. (2008). Understanding the role of the central Pennines in the movement of objects during the Neolithic. Yorkshire Archaeol Soc Prehist Res Sec Bull 45. Vol 45, pp. 29-32.

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Understanding the role of the central Pennines in the movement of objects during the Neolithic
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Yorkshire Archaeol Soc Prehist Res Sec Bull 45
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Yorkshire Archaeological Society Prehistory Research Section Bulletin
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45
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Page Start/End:
29 - 32
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The author discusses the movement of artefacts across the central Pennines during the Neolithic period, and in particular of stone axes from Great Langdale in the Lake District to eastern Yorkshire and of flint originating from eastern Yorkshire in the opposite direction.
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Author:
Hannah Lynch
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Damaris D Dodds (Abstract author)
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2008
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Neolithic (Auto Detected Temporal)
Flint (Auto Detected Subject))
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02 May 2008