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From Site to Museum: a Critical Assessment of Collection History on the Formation and Interpretation of the British Early Palaeolithic Record
The British Lower and Middle Palaeolithic record makes an important contribution to understanding the early occupation of northern Europe, in particular, through the detailed, systematic and multidisciplinary excavations ...
Human occupation of northern Europe in MIS 13: Happisburgh Site 1 (Norfolk, UK) and its European context
(Elsevier BV, 2019-05-01)
The timing, environmental setting and archaeological signatures of an early human presence in northern Europe have been longstanding themes of Palaeolithic research. In the space of 20 years, the earliest record of human ...
The distribution of early Palaeolithic sites in Britain
(Lithic Studies Society, 2015)
This paper provides an initial examination of the distribution of handaxe sites compared to Levallois sites in Britain based on the recently digitised Palaeolithic site records at the British Museum. The pattern suggests ...