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Hosfield, R. and Green, C. P., eds. (2013) Quaternary history and palaeolithic archaeology in the Axe Valley at Broom, South West England. Oxbow, Oxford. ISBN 9781842175200

Hosfield, R. (2011) The British Lower Palaeolithic of the early Middle Pleistocene. Quaternary Science Reviews, 30 (11-12). pp. 1486-1510. ISSN 0277-3791 doi: 10.1016/j.quascirev.2010.02.026

Hosfield, R. (2011) Rolling stones: understanding river-rolled Palaeolithic artefact assemblages. In: Brown, A. G., Basell, L. S. and Butzer, K. W. (eds.) Geoarchaeology, Climate Change, and Sustainability. Special Paper (476). Geological Society of America, Boulder, pp. 27-52. ISBN 9780813724768 doi: 10.1130/2011.2476(04)

Hosfield, R. T. (2011) Rolling stones: understanding river-rolled Paleolithic artifact assemblages. In: Brown, A. G., Basell, L. S. and Butzer, K. W. (eds.) Geoarchaeology, Climate Change, and Sustainability. Special Papers (476). Geological Society of America, Boulder, pp. 37-52. ISBN 9780813724768 doi: 10.1130/2011.2476(04)

Basell, L. S., Brown, A. G., Hosfield, R. T. and Toms, P. S. (2011) The geoarchaeology of Palaeolithic rivers of South-west Britain. In: Brown, A. G., Basell, L. S. and Butzer, K. W. (eds.) Geoarchaeology, Climate Change, and Sustainability. Special Papers (476). Geological Society of America, Boulder, pp. 23-36. ISBN 9780813724768 doi: 10.1130/2011.2476(03)

Hosfield, R. (2011) New sites, new techniques, new understandings: 50 years of Palaeolithic-Mesolithic research in Wessex. In: Whimster, R. (ed.) The New antiquarians: 50 years of archaeological innovations in Wessex. Research Report (166). Council for Britsih Archaeology, York, pp. 15-31. ISBN 9781902771854

Ashton, N., Lewis, S. and Hosfield, R. (2011) Mapping the human record: population change in Britain during the Early Palaeolithic. In: Ashton, N., Lewis, S. and Stringer, C. (eds.) The Ancient Human Occupation of Britain. Elsevier, Amsterdam, pp. 39-51. ISBN 9780444535979

Hosfield, R., Green, C. , Toms, P., Scourse, J., Scaife, R. and Chambers, J. (2011) The Middle Pleistocene deposits and archaeology at Broom. In: Basell, L. S., Brown, A.G. and Toms, P. (eds.) The Quaternary of the Exe Valley and adjoining areas. Field Guides. Quaternary Research Association, London, pp. 103-127.

Ashton, N. and Hosfield, R. (2010) Mapping the human record in the British early Palaeolithic: evidence from the Solent River system. Journal of Quaternary Science, 25 (5). pp. 737-753. ISSN 0267-8179 doi: 10.1002/jqs.1350

Brown, A. G., Basell, L. S., Toms, P. S., Bennett, J. A., Hosfield, R. T. and Scrivener, R. C. (2010) Later Pleistocene evolution of the Exe valley: a chronostratigraphic model of terrace formation and its implications for Palaeolithic archaeology. Quaternary Science Reviews, 29 (7-8). pp. 897-912. ISSN 0277-3791 doi: 10.1016/j.quascirev.2009.12.007

Hosfield, R. T. (2009) Modes of transmission and material culture patterns in craft skills. In: Shennan, S. (ed.) Pattern and Process in Cultural Evolution. Origins of Human Behavior and Culture, 2. University of California Press, Berkeley, pp. 45-60. ISBN 9780520255999

Hosfield, R. and Chambers, J. C. (2009) Genuine diversity? The Broom biface assemblage. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, 75. pp. 65-100. ISSN 0079-497X

Hosfield, R. T., Wenban-Smith, F. F. and Pope, M.I., eds. (2009) Great prehistorians: 150 years of palaeolithic research, 1859-2009. Lithics Special Volume, 30. Lithic Studies Society, London, pp222.

Hosfield, R. T., Wenban-Smith, F. F. and Grant, M. J. (2009) Palaeolithic and Mesolithic archaeology of the Solent Basin and western Sussex region: an overview. In: Briant, R., Bates, M., Hosfield, R. T. and Wenban-Smith, F.F. (eds.) The Quaternary of the Solent Basin and West Sussex Raised Beaches. Field Guides. Quaternary Research Association, London, pp. 42-59.

McNabb, J. and Hosfield, R. T. (2009) Re-investigations of Lower Palaeolithic archaeology and deposits at Corfe Mullen. Proceedings of the Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society, 130. pp. 195-198. ISSN 0070 7112

Hosfield, R. T. (2009) The unsung heroes. Lithics, 30. pp. 185-200. ISSN 0262-7817

Toms, P.S., Brown, A.G., Basell, L.S. and Hosfield, R.T., (2008) Palaeolithic Rivers of South-West Britain: Optically Stimulated Luminescence Dating of Residual Deposits of the Proto-Axe, Exe, Otter, and Doniford. Research Department Report Series No. 2-2008. English Heritage, London.

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.

Hosfield, R.T., Straker, V., Gardiner, P., Brown, A.G., Davies, P., Fyfe, R., Jones, J. and Tinsley, H. (2008) Palaeolithic and Mesolithic. In: Webster, C.J. (ed.) The Archaeology of South West England. South West Archaeological Research Framework: Resource Assessment and ResearchAgenda. Somerset County Council, Taunton, pp. 23-62. ISBN 978-0-86183-392-4

Hosfield, R.T. (2008) Stability or flexibility? Handaxes and hominins in the Lower Palaeolithic. In: Papagianni, D., Maschner, H. and Layton, R. (eds.) Time and Change: Archaeological and Anthropological Perspectives on the Long Term. Oxbow Books, Oxford, pp. 15-36. ISBN 9781842173206

Machin, A. J., Hosfield, R. T. and Mithen, S. J. (2007) Why are some handaxes symmetrical? Testing the influence of handaxe morphology on butchery effectiveness. Journal of Archaeological Science, 34 (6). pp. 883-893. ISSN 0305-4403 doi: 10.1016/j.jas.2006.09.008

Hosfield, R., Chambers, J. C. and Toms, P., (2007) The Archaeological Potential of Secondary Contexts (ALSF Project Number 3361). ADS, York.

Hosfield, R. (2007) Terrestrial implications for the maritime geoarchaeological resource: A view from the Lower Palaeolithic. Journal of Maritime Archaeology, 2 (1). pp. 4-23. ISSN 1557-2285 doi: 10.1007/s11457-007-9013-7

Hosfield, R. T., Brown, A. G., Basell, L. S. and Hounsell, S. (2006) Beyond the caves: the Palaeolithic rivers of south-west Britain. Geoscience in South West England, 11 (3). pp. 183-190. ISSN 0566-3954

Machin, A.J., Hosfield, R.T. and Mithen, S.J., (2006) Quantifying the Functional Utility of Handaxe Symmetry: an experimental butchery approach. ADS, York.

Hosfield, R.T. (2005) Individuals among palimpsest data: fluvial landscapes in Southern England. In: Gamble, C.S. and Porr, M. (eds.) The Individual Hominid in Context: archaeological investigations of Lower and Middle Palaeolithic landscapes, locales and artefacts. Routledge (Taylor & Francis), Abingdon, pp. 220-243.

Toms, P., Hosfield, R.T., Chambers, J.C., Green, C.P. and Marshall, P., (2005) Optical dating of the Broom Palaeolithic sites, Devon & Dorset. Centre for Archaeology Report 16/2005. English Heritage, London.

Hosfield, R.T., Brown, A.G., Basell, L. and Hounsell, S. (2005) The Palaeolithic rivers of south-west Britain. PAST: The Newsletter of the Prehistoric Society, 51. pp. 12-14.

Hosfield, R. T. and Chambers, J. C. (2005) Pleistocene geochronologies for fluvial sedimentary sequences: an archaeologist's perspective. Journal of Quaternary Science, 20 (3). pp. 285-296. ISSN 0267-8179 doi: 10.1002/jqs.909

Hosfield, R.T. and Chambers, J.C. (2005) River gravels and flakes: new experiments in site formation, stone tool transportation and transformation. In: Fansa, M. (ed.) Experimentelle Archäologie in Europa, Bilanz 2004. Isensee Verlag, Oldenburg, pp. 57-74.

Machin, A.J., Hosfield, R.T. and Mithen, S.J. (2005) Testing the functional utility of handaxe symmetry: fallow deer butchery with replica handaxes. Lithics: the Journal of the Lithic Studies Society, 26. pp. 23-37.

Hosfield, R.T. and Chambers, J.C. (2004) Experimental archaeology on the Afon Ystwyth, Wales, UK. Antiquity, 78 (299). ISSN 0003-598X

Hosfield, R.T. and Chambers, J.C. (2003) Flake modifications during fluvial transportation: three cautionary tales. Lithics, 24. pp. 57-65.

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