Waddington, C., Marshall, P. D. and Millson, D. (2011). Towards a sequence for Neolithic ceramics in the Milfield Basin and Northumberland. Archaeologia Aeliana Series 5. Vol 40, pp. 1-40. https://doi.org/10.5284/1061232. Cite this via datacite

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Towards a sequence for Neolithic ceramics in the Milfield Basin and Northumberland
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Archaeologia Aeliana Series 5
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Archaeologia Aeliana
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40
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1 - 40
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archael540-001-040-millson.pdf (6 MB) : Download
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In the past 30 years, fieldwork in the Milfield Basin has revealed increasing evidence for Neolithic activity. This paper draws together all the available radiocarbon dates associated with Neolithic and Beaker period ceramics, together with a new analysis of the Neolithic and Beaker period pottery of the region. The findings provide the beginnings of a dated ceramic sequence for the area between Yorkshire and Scotland, whilst also tying in the ceramic chronology with the wider national picture. In addition the paper highlights the identification of Beaker period ceramics derived from preceding indigenous Neolithic forms, but that are not Beaker pottery. There ceramics have been termed 'Neolithic derivative' and are viewed as fill the gap, providing the typological link, between later Neolithic ceramics and Early Bronze Age ceramics such as Food Vessels and Urns.
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Clive Waddington
Peter D Marshall
Dana Millson
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2011
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30 May 2019