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The Palaeolithic Rivers of Southwest Britain

Brown, A.G., Hosfield, R.T., Basell, L.S., Toms, P., Hounsell, S. and Young, R., (2008) The Palaeolithic Rivers of Southwest Britain. ADS, York.

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Abstract/Summary

The Palaeolithic Rivers of Southwest Britain (PRoSWeB) project synthesises the archaeological evidence for the Lower and Middle Palaeolithic occupation of south-west Britain (c. 500,000 - 40,000 BP), with a principal focus upon the archaeological and geological potential of the region's Middle Pleistocene fluvial environments. South-west Britain was defined as the region west of the headwaters of the Rivers Frome and Piddle and south-west of the River Avon.

Item Type:Web Resource
Divisions:Faculty of Science > School of Archaeology, Geography and Environmental Science > Department of Archaeology
Faculty of Science > School of Archaeology, Geography and Environmental Science > Scientific Archaeology
ID Code:3328
Additional Information:Project web archives (through the Archaeology Data Service; ADS)
Publisher:ADS

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