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Neolithic occupation and stone working on the Yorkshire Wolds

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This thesis explores the evidence for Neolithic occupation and stone working on the Yorkshire Wolds based on stray finds and lithic scatters from surface contexts. Traditional models for Neolithic occupation are based largely on evidence from excavated contexts, in particular the groups of Neolithic pits at Rudston, and Neolithic houses on the Holderness coast. Extensive scatters of worked flint, however, have been identified on the Yorkshire Wolds. These scatters have not been incorporate...

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School of Archaeology
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School of Archaeology
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School of Archaeology
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University of Southampton
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DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford

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