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Mesolithic, Neolithic and Bronze Age lithic artefacts from the Bell Collection, Iffley Fields, Oxford

Subtitle:
An analysis of Mesolithic, Neolithic and Early Bronze Age lithic artefacts from the Bell Collection held by the Pitt Rivers Museum
Abstract:

The East Oxford Archaeology and History Project or ARCHEOX is a community archaeology project hosted by Oxford University’s Department for Continuing Education, and funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund and Oxford University’s John Fell Fund. The Bell Collection is the largest single assemblage of Holocene lithic artefacts from the ARCHEOX study area. Access to the collection was granted by the Pitt Rivers Museum (PRM) and the collection was used to train project volunteers in lithic artefact i...

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Department:
Continuing Education
Role:
Depositor, Creator, Principal Investigator
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Grant:
HG-08-16771
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Grant:
091/120
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Publisher:
University of Oxford
Publication date:
2014
Spatial coverage:
51.441888, 1.141179
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Temporal coverage:
9600 BC - 1500 BC
Data collected:
2013 - 2014
Language:
English
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Format:
Digital
Documentation:
1 x .pdf report 1 x .xls data spread

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