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Publications

Hugo Lamdin-WhymarkPublication overview

Hugo Anderson-Whymark, formerly known as Hugo Lamdin-Whymark, has published numerous lithic reports on assemblages of Late Upper Palaeolithic to Iron Age date from across central and southern Britain. In addition, he has produced technical papers on aspects of lithic typology, technology and replication studies. Hugo has also co-authored monographs on the late Bronze Age and Iron Age Hillforts at Castle Hill, Little Wittenham, Oxfordshire and Taplow Court, Buckinghamshire. Hugo's thesis 'The residue of ritualised action: Neolithic deposition practices in the Middle Thames Valley' was published by BAR Archaeopress.

Hugo has also produced reports worked stone assemblages from prehistoric to medieval excavations.

Books

Anderson-Whymark, H. and Pope, M. 2016 Late Quaternary (Upper Palaeolithic, Mesolithic and Later Prehistoric) Human Activity in the Darrent Valley at Lullingstone Country Park, Eynsford, Kent. Portslade: Spoilheap Publications, Occasional Paper 5.

Allen, T., Barclay, A., Cromarty A. M., Anderson-Whymark, H., Parker, A., Robinson, M. and Jones, G. 2013. Opening the Woods, Making the Land. The Archaeology of a Middle Thames Landscape: the Eton Rowing Course Project and the Maidenhead, Windsor and Eton Flood Alleviation Scheme. Volume 1: Mesolithic to Early Bronze Age. Oxford: Oxford Archaeology Thames Valley Landscapes Monograph.

Jones, A. M., Freeman, D., O’Conner, B., Lamdin-Whymark, H., Tipping, R. and Watson, A. 2011. An Animate Landscape: Rock Art and the Prehistory of Kilmartin, Argyle, Scotland, Oxford: Windgather Press. 

Allen, T. G., Cramp, K., Lamdin-Whymark, H. and Webley, L. 2010. Castle Hill and its Landscape; Archaeological Excavations at the Wittenhams, Oxfordshire. Oxford: Oxford Archaeology.

Allen, T. G., Hayden, C. and Lamdin-Whymark, H. 2009. From Bronze Age Enclosure to Saxon Settlement: Archaeological Excavations at Taplow Hillfort, Buckinghamshire. Oxford:Oxford Archaeology Thames Valley Landscapes Monograph 30.

Lamdin-Whymark, H. 2008. The Residue of Ritualised Action: Neolithic Deposition Practices in the Middle Thames Valley. Oxford: Archaeopress, British Archaeological Reports, British Series 466.

Book sections and journal articles

Anderson-Whymark, H., Clarke, A., Edmonds, M. and Thomas, A. In Press (2017). Process, form and time, maceheads in an Orcadian context in Shaffrey, R. (ed) Written in Stone: Function, form, and provenancing of a range of Prehistoric Stone Objects. Southampton: The Highfield Press.

Garland, N. and Anderson-Whymark, H. 2016 Mesolithic and Late Neolithic/Bronze Age activity on the site of the American Express Community Stadium, Falmer, East Sussex. Sussex Archaeological Collections 154, 1-44.

Anderson-Whymark, H., Garrow, D. and Sturt, F. 2015 Microliths and maritime mobility: a continental European-style Late Mesolithic flint assemblage from the Isles of Scilly. Antiquity 89, 954-971.

Field, D., Anderson-Whymark, H., Linford, H., Barber, M., Bowden, M., Linford, P., Topping, P., Abbott, M., Bryan, P., Cunliffe, D., Hardie, C., Martin, L., Payne, A., Pearson, T., Small, F., Smith, N., Soutar, S. and Winton, H. 2015. Analytical Surveys of Stonehenge and its Environs, 2009–2013: Part 2 – the Stones. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 81, 125-148.

Anderson-Whymark, H. and Garrow, D. 2014 ‘Seaways and shared ways: imagining and imaging the movement of people, objects and ideas over the course of the Mesolithic-Neolithic transition, c.5,000-3,500 BC in Anderson-Whymark, H., Garrow, D. and Sturt, F. (eds) Continental Connections: Exploring Cross-Channel Relationships from the Lower Palaeolithic to the Iron Age. Oxford: Oxbow Books. 59-77. 

Field, D., Linford, H., Barber, M., Anderson-Whymark, H., Bowden, M., Linford, P., Topping, P., Abbott, M., Bryan, P., Cunliffe, D., Hardie, C., Martin, L., Payne, A., Pearson, T., Small, F., Smith, N., Soutar, S. and Winton, H. 2014. Analytical Surveys of Stonehenge and its Immediate Environs, 2009–2013: Part 1 – the Landscape and Earthworks. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 80, 1-32.

Brunning, R., Last, J., Anderson-Whymark, H., Campbell, J., Sheridan, A., Dungworth, D., Davies, G., and Middleton, M. 2013. Chapter 11: Technology and domestic objects. In Canti, M., Campbell, G., and Greaney, S. (eds) Stonehenge, Wiltshire. Stonehenge World Heritage Site. Synthesis: prehistoric landscape, environment and economy. Swindon: English Heritage. Research Report Series no. 45-2013

Bradley, R., Watson, A. and Anderson-Whymark, H. 2012. Excavations at four prehistoric rock carvings on the Ben Lawers Estate, 2007 -2010. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 142, 9-26.

Anderson-Whymark, H. 2012. Neolithic to early Bronze Age pit deposition practices and the temporality of occupation in the Upper Thames Valley.  In Anderson-Whymark, H. and Thomas, J. (eds) Beyond the Mundane: Regional Perspectives on Neolithic Pit Deposition. Neolithic Studies Society Seminar Series 12, Oxford: Oxbow Books. 

Anderson-Whymark, H. 2011. Intentional breakage in the British Neolithic. Lithics: The Journal of the Lithic Studies Society 32, 16-22.

Sheridan, J.A., Cowie, T.G., Anderson-Whymark, H. and Grant, E. 2011. Radiocarbon dates arranged through National Museums’ Scotland Archaeology Department during 2010/11. Discovery and Excavation in Scotland 12, 205.

Lamdin-Whymark, H. and Bradley, R. 2011. The excavation of a henge monument at Pullyhour, Caithness, Scotland. In R. Bradley (ed), Stages and Screens: the Excavation of Four Henge Monuments in Scotland. Edinburgh: Society of Antiquaries of Scotland.

Simmonds, A., Anderson-Whymark, H. and Norton, A. 2011. Excavations at Tubney Wood Quarry, Oxfordshire, 2001-2009. Oxoniensia 76, 105-172.

Lamdin-Whymark, H., Brady, K. and Smith, A. 2009. Excavation of a Neolithic to Iron Age landscape at Horcott Pit, Gloucestershire, in 2002 and 2003. Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society 127, 45-131.

Lamdin-Whymark, H. 2009. Sir John Evans: experimental flint knapping and the origins of lithic research, In Great Prehistorians: 150 years of Palaeolithic Research (eds. R. Hosfield, F. Wenban Smith, M. Pope) Special volume 30 of Lithics: The Journal of the Lithic Studies Society, 45-52.

Lamdin-Whymark, H. and Maricevic, D. 2009. On the survey of a Neolithic oval barrow at Dorney Reach, Buckinghamshire. Records of Buckinghamshire 49, 1-12.

Field, D. and Lamdin-Whymark, H. 2007. Tribrachs and related artefacts: background, replication and consideration of a possible miniature example from Basingstoke, Hampshire. Lithics: The Journal of the Lithic Studies Society 28, 33-40.

Allen, T. G., Lamdin-Whymark, H. and Maricevic, D. 2006. Taplow, Taplow Court (Phase 2), Clivedon Road, (SU907 824). South Midlands Archaeology 36, 19-21.

Allen, T. G., and Lamdin-Whymark, H. 2005. Little Wittenham, excavations at and around Castle Hill (SU 5695 9262). South Midlands Archaeology 35, 69-82.

Allen, T. G., Barclay, A. and Lamdin-Whymark, H. 2004. Opening the wood, making the land: the study of a Neolithic landscape in the Dorney area of the Middle Thames Valley. In J. Cotton and D. Field (eds), Towards a New Stone Age: Aspects of the Neolithic in South-East England. York: Council for British Archaeology Research Report 137, 82-98.

Lamdin-Whymark, H. 2001. Neolithic activity on the floodplain of the River Thames at Dorney. Lithics: The Journal of the Lithic Studies Society22, 22-37.

Allen, T. G. and Lamdin-Whymark, H. 2000. The rediscovery of Taplow Hillfort.  South Midlands Archaeology 30, 22-28.

Edited books

Anderson-Whymark, H., Garrow, D. and Sturt, F. (eds) 2014. Continental Connections: Exploring Cross-Channel Relationships from the Lower Palaeolithic to the Iron Age. Oxford: Oxbow Books. 

Anderson-Whymark, H. and Thomas, J. (eds) 2012. Beyond the Mundane: Regional Perspectives on Neolithic Pit Deposition. Neolithic Studies Society Seminar Series 12, Oxford: Oxbow Books. 

Frieman, C., Lamdin-Whymark, H., Pope, M. and Bishop, B. (eds) 2010. Past Lives from Cold Stone: 30 years of the Lithic Studies Society. Special volume 31 of Lithics: The Journal of the Lithic Studies Society.

Magazine articles

Clarke, D. and Anderson-Whymark, A. 2016. A Re-discovered Figurine from Skara Brae, Orkney, Scotland.  Past: The Newsletter of the Prehistoric Society 83, 16.

Abbott, M. and Anderson-Whymark, H. November/December 2012 (cover story). Stonehenge: look at the stones. British Archaeology 127, 14-21. 

Loveday, R., Anderson-Whymark, H., Card, N., Thomas, A. November 2012. Chisel marks at Maes Howe. Past: The Newsletter of the Prehistoric Society 72, 5.

Jones, A. M., Anderson-Whymark, H. and Watson, A. September/October 2012 (cover story). Animating Kilmartin: Rock Art, digging up a mystery.  British Archaeology 126, 14-21.

Anderson-Whymark, H. 2011. Knapping a long-tailed oblique arrowhead. Past: The Newsletter of the Prehistoric Society 69, 5.

Bradley, R. and Lamdin-Whymark, H. 2009. Pullyhour: a signpost to the past. Past: The Newsletter of the Prehistoric Society 61. 3-5.

Lamdin-Whymark, H. 2003. A tale of two axes. Archaeology in West Berkshire 2002-2003, West Berkshire Council 22.

Allen, T. G. and Lamdin-Whymark H. August/September 2001. The Taplow Hillfort. Current Archaeology 175, 286-289.

Book reviews

Lamdin-Whymark, H. 2008. Review of ‘Use of land in central and southern England during the Neolithic and Early Bronze Age’, by D. Field.  Lithics: The Journal of the Lithic Studies Society28, 77-78.

Reports

Card, N., Anderson-Whymark, H., Lee, D., Reay, D., Rylatt, J. and Thomas, A. 2013. Ness of Brodgar, Stenness, Orkney. Excavations 2012: Data Structure Report. ORCA, Kirkwall, Orkney.

Abbot, M. and Anderson-Whymark, H. with contributions from Aspden, D., Badcock, A., Davies, T. Felter, M. Ixer, R. Parker Pearson, M. and Richards, D. 2012 Stonehenge Laser Scan: Archaeological Analysis Report. Swindon: English Heritage. Research Report Series no. 32-2012. 

Card, N., Anderson-Whymark, H., Lee, D., Reay, D. and Thomas, A. 2012 Ness of Brodgar, Stenness, Orkney. Excavations 2011: Data Structure Report. ORCA, Kirkwall, Orkney.

Anderson-Whymark, H. 2011 Excavations at Caird’s Cave, Rosemarkie, 2010: Data Structure Report. Rosemarkie Caves Project, Rosemarkie.     

Lithic reports

Anderson-Whymark, H. and Tingle, M. Forthcoming (2017).  The struck lithics from Old Quay, St Martins, Isles of Scilly in Garrow, D., and Sturt, F. (eds) Stepping stones to the Neolithic? Islands, maritime connectivity and the ‘western seaways’ of Britain, 5000-3500 cal BC. Oxford: Oxbow Books.

Anderson-Whymark, H., Chatterton, R., Edmonds, M., and Wickham-Jones, C. 2016 Flaked lithic artefacts from around the Bay of Firth: Wideford Hill, Knowes of Trotty, Brae of Smerquoy, Stonehall, Crossiecrown, and Ramberry in Richards, C. and Jones, R. The Development of House Societies in Orkney. Oxford: Windgather Press, 413-444.

Anderson-Whymark, H. 2016 Struck flint in Glover, G., Flintoft, P. and Moore, R. ‘A Mersshy Contree Called Holdernesse’: Excavations on the route of a National Grid pipeline in Holderness, East Yorkshire. Oxford: Archaeopress, 78-91.

Anderson-Whymark, H. 2016 Struck flint in Daniel, P., Casswell, C. and Moore, R. Perspectives on Ancient East Yorkshire: The Archaeology of the Ganstead to Asselby pipeline. Oxford: Archaeopress.

Anderson-Whymark, H. 2015 Appendix 4: The quartz assemblage form Blasthill chambered tomb in Cummings, V. and Robinson, G. The Southern Kintyre Project: Exploring Interactions across the Irish Sea from the Mesolithic to the Bronze Age. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports, British Series 618, 161-170. 

Anderson-Whymark, H. 2015 Struck flint in Hart, D., Around the Ancient Track: Archaeological Excavations for the Brighton and Hove Waste Water Treatment Works and Adjacent Housing at Peacehaven, East Sussex. Portslade: Spoilheap Publications, Monograph 10, 195-213.

Anderson-Whymark, H. 2013 The flint and burnt un-worked flint in Gosden, C. and Lock, G. Histories in the Making, Excavations at Alfred’s Castle, 1998-2000. Oxford: Oxford University School of Archaeology, Monograph 79, 121-124.

Anderson-Whymark, H. 2013. The struck flint in Allen, T., Barclay, A., Cromarty A. M., Anderson-Whymark, H., Parker, A., Robinson, M. and Jones, G. Opening the Woods, Making the Land. The Archaeology of a Middle Thames Landscape: the Eton Rowing Course Project and the Maidenhead, Windsor and Eton Flood Alleviation Scheme. Volume 1: Mesolithic to Early Bronze Age. Oxford: Oxford Archaeology Thames Valley Landscapes Monograph.

Anderson-Whymark, H. 2013. The struck flint in Brossler, A., Brown, F., Guttman, E. And Webley, L. Prehistoric Settlement in the Lower Kennet Valley: Excavations at Green Park (Reading Business Park), Phase 3 and Moores Farm, Burghfield, Berkshire. Oxford: Oxford Archaeology Thames Valley Landscapes Monograph 37.

Anderson-Whymark, H. 2012. The struck flint in Biddulph, E., Foreman, S., Stafford, E., Stansbie, D. and Nicholson, R. London Gateway. Iron Age and Roman salt making in the Thames Estuary. Excavation at Stanford Wharf Nature Reserve, Essex. Oxford: Oxford Archaeology Monograph 18.

Anderson-Whymark, H and Donnelly, M. 2012. The struck flint in Allen, T.G., Donnelly, M., Hardy, A., Hayden, C., and Powell, K. A Road Through the Past: Archaeological discoveries on the A2 Pepperhill to Cobham road-scheme in Kent. Oxford: Oxford Archaeology Monograph 16, 48-61.

Lamdin-Whymark, H. 2012. Worked flint in Hood, A. Prehistoric and Roman Archaeology at Mill Lane, Swindon. Wiltshire Archaeological and Nature History Magazine 105, 43-57.

Anderson-Whymark, H. 2011. The lithic assemblage in Gilbert, D., Excavations south of St Andrew’s Church, Letcombe Regis: Prehistoric, Roman, Anglo-Saxon, and Saxo-Norman activity. Oxoniensia 76, 241-258.

Lamdin-Whymark, H. 2011. The flint in Hood, A., Fair Mile Hospital, Cholsey, Oxfordshire: Archaeological Watching Brief. Swindon: Foundations Archaeology Report 732.

Lamdin-Whymark, H. 2011. Worked flint and burnt unworked flint in Powell, K. and Sykes, D., Excavations along the route of the Eynsford to Horton Kirby Pipeline in Simmonds, A., Wenban-Smith, F., Bates, M., Powell, K., Sykes, D., Devaney, R., Stansbie, D., and Score, D., Excavations in North-West Kent 2005-2007. Oxford: Oxford Archaeology Monograph 11, 227-230.

Mullin, D. (and Lamdin-Whymark, H.) 2011. Worked flint in Simmonds, A., Wenban-Smith, F., Bates, M., A2/A282/M25 Improvement Scheme, Dartford District in Simmonds, A., Wenban-Smith, F., Bates, M., Powell, K., Sykes, D., Devaney, R., Stansbie, D. and Score, D., Excavations in North-West Kent 2005-2007. Oxford: Oxford Archaeology Monograph 11, 125-130

Lamdin-Whymark, H, 2010 The flint in Mullin, D, Biddulph, E, and Brown, M, A Bronze Age settlement, Roman structures and a field system at Hassocks, West Sussex, Sussex Archaeological Collections 148, 17-46

Lamdin-Whymark, H, 2010 The flint in Booth, P, Simmonds, A, Boyle, A, Clough, S, Cools, H E M, and Poore, D The late Roman cemetery at Lankhills, Winchester: Excavations 2000-2005. Oxford: Oxford Archaeology Monograph 10

Barfield, L, and Lamdin-Whymark, H, 2010 Flint and Stone in Colls, K, and Halsted, J, New evidence for monument re-use in Bronze Age Wales: archaeological excavation at Llanymynech, Powys, 2007, Archaeologia Cambrensis 159, 69-96

Lamdin-Whymark, H, 2010 Worked flint in Powell, K and Smith, A, Evolution of a farming community in the Upper Thames Valley: excavation of a prehistoric and post-Roman landscape at Cotswold Community, Gloucestershire and Wiltshire. Volume 2: Specialist reports, Oxford: Oxford Archaeology Thames Valley Landscapes Monograph 32  

Lamdin-Whymark, H, 2010 Worked flint in Powell, K, Smith, A and Laws, G, Evolution of a farming community in the Upper Thames Valley: excavation of a prehistoric and post-Roman landscape at Cotswold Community, Gloucestershire and Wiltshire. Volume 1: site narrative and overview, Oxford: Oxford Archaeology Thames Valley Landscapes Monograph 31  

Lamdin-Whymark, H, 2009 Worked flint in Simmonds, A, Cook, S, Biddulph, E and Score, D, Archaeology in the park: excavations at Jennett’s Park, Bracknell, Berkshire, Oxford: Oxford Archaeology, Occasional Paper 18

Cramp, K, and Lamdin-Whymark, H, 2009,The flint in Allen, T G, Hayden, C, and Lamdin-Whymark, H, From Bronze Age enclosure to Saxon settlement: archaeological excavations at Taplow Hillfort, Buckinghamshire, Oxford: Oxford Archaeology Thames Valley Landscapes Monograph 30

Cramp, K, and Lamdin-Whymark, H, 2009, Flintwork in Lawrence, S and Smith, A, Between villa and town: Excavations of a Roman roadside settlement and shrine at Higham Ferrers, Northamptonshire, Oxford:.Oxford Archaeology Monograph 7

Lamdin-Whymark, H, 2009 Flint in Webley, L, and Hiller, J, A fen island in the Neolithic and Bronze Age: excavations at Sutton Fen, Sutton, Cambridgeshire, Proceedings of the Cambridgeshire Antiquarian Society 98, 11-36 

Devaney, R, and Lamdin-Whymark, H, 2009 The flint in Booth, P, and Simmonds, A, Appleford's earliest farmers: archaeological work at Appleford Sidings, Oxfordshire. archaeological work at Appleford Sidings, Oxfordshire. Oxford: Oxford Archaeology, Occasional Paper 17

Lamdin-Whymark, H, 2008 The flint in Norton, A, and Marshall, A, Iron Age and Roman activity at Rectory Road, Oakley, Hampshire, Proceedings of the Hampshire Field Club Archaeological Society 63, 101-109

Lamdin-Whymark, H, 2008 The Neolithic and Bronze Age flint in Booth, P, Bingham, A M, and Lawrence, S, A Roman roadside settlement at Westhawk Farm, Ashford, Kent, 1998-9. Oxford: Oxford Archaeology Monograph 2.

Lamdin-Whymark, H, 2008, The flint in Kamash, Z, and Allen T G, Saved from the Grave: Neolithic to Saxon discoveries at Spring Road Municipal Cemetery, Abingdon, Oxford: Oxford Archaeology Monograph, 33-34. Full report available online

Devaney, R, and Lamdin-Whymark, H, 2008, The flint, in Powell, A, Booth, P, Fitzpatrick, A P, and Crockett, A D, The archaeology of the M6 Toll 2000-2003. Oxford: Oxford Wessex Archaeology Monograph 2

Cramp, K, and Lamdin-Whymark, H, 2007, The flint in Webley, L, Prehistoric, Roman and Saxon activity on the fen hinterland at Parnwell, Peterborough, Proceedings of the Cambridgeshire Antiquarian Society 96, 79-114

Devaney, R, and Lamdin-Whymark, H, 2007, The flint in Vandell, G, Coe, D, Hey, G, with Canti, M, The Crow Down Hoard, Lambourn, West Berkshire, Oxford Journal of Archaeology 26(3), 275-301

Lamdin-Whymark, H, 2007, The flint in Hiller, J, and Brown, R, Archaeological Investigations at Buckingham Palace by Time Team and Oxford Archaeology.  Online Publication: http://thehumanjourney.net/images_inline/BP/bp_finalthu.pdf

Cramp, K, and Lamdin-Whymark, H, 2005 The struck flint in Timby, J, Stansbie, D, Norton, A, and Welsh, K, Excavations along the Newbury Reinforcement Pipeline: Iron Age-Roman activity and a Neolithic pit group, Oxoniensia 70, 203-308

Lamdin-Whymark, H, 2005 The flint in, Bradley, P, Charles, B, Hardy, A, and Poore, D Prehistoric and Roman activity and a civil war ditch: excavations at the Oxford Chemistry Research Laboratory, 2-4 South Parks Road, Oxford, Oxoniensia 70, 141-202

Lamdin-Whymark, H, 2004 The Flint in Booth, P and Howard-Davis, C, Prehistoric and Romano-British settlement at Queen Elizabeth Square, Maidstone. Oxford: Oxford Archaeology, Occasional Paper 11

Lamdin-Whymark, H, 2004 The flint in, Cook, J, Guttmann, E B A and Mudd, A, Excavations of an Iron Age Site at Coxwell Road, Farringdon, Oxoniensia 69, 287-318

Lamdin-Whymark, H, 2004  The flint in, Stansbie, D and Granville, L, Prehistoric settlement and Medieval to post-medieval field-systems at Latton Lands, Wiltshire, Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine 97, 106-143

Lamdin-Whymark, H, 2003 A tale of two axes, Archaeology in West Berkshire 2002-2003, West Berkshire Council, 22

Lamdin-Whymark, H, 2003 The flint in, Boston, C, Bowater, C, Boyle, A and Holmes, A Boyle, Excavation of a Bronze Age barrow at the proposed Centre for Gene Function, South Parks Road, Oxford, 2002, Oxoniensia 68, 179-200

Lamdin-Whymark, H, 2002 The flint in Wilkinson, D and Wood, D, Excavations at Biggin Street, Dover, Archaeologia Cantiana 122, 153-182

Lamdin-Whymark, H, 2002 The struck flint in Poore, D, Thomason, D, and Brossler, A, Iron Age settlement and Roman activity at Brickley Lane, Devizes, Wiltshire, 1999, Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine 95, 214-239

Lamdin-Whymark, H, 2001 The flint in Moore, J, Excavations at Oxford Science Park, Littlemore, Oxford, Oxoniensia  66, 263-219

Lamdin-Whymark, H, 2001 The flint in Foreman, S, Hardy, A, and Mayes, A, The excavation of medieval and post-medieval remains at Poyle House, Berkshire. Oxford: Oxford Archaeological Unit, Occasional Paper 8

Lamdin-Whymark, H, 2000 The flint in Booth, P, and Hayden, C, A Roman Settlement at Mansfield College, Oxford, Oxoniensia 65, 291-331

Lamdin-Whymark, H, 2000 The flint in Charles, B, A Bronze Age Ditch and Iron Age Settlement at Elms Farm, Humberstone, Leicester, Transactions of the Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society 74, 113-219

Lamdin-Whymark, H, 1999 The flint in Cromarty, A M, Foreman, S, and Murray, P, The Excavation of a Late Iron Age Enclosed Settlement at Bicester Fields Farm, Bicester, Oxon. Oxoniensia 64, 153-233

Worked stone reports

Anderson-Whymark, H. Forthcoming (2017).  The worked stone from An Doirlinn, South Uist in Garrow, D., and Sturt, F. (eds) Stepping stones to the Neolithic? Islands, maritime connectivity and the ‘western seaways’ of Britain, 5000-3500 cal BC. Oxford: Oxbow Books.

Anderson-Whymark, H. 2013 The worked and utilised stone in Gosden, C. and Lock, G. Histories in the Making, Excavations at Alfred’s Castle, 1998-2000. Oxford: Oxford University School of Archaeology, Monograph 79, 125-126.

Lamdin-Whymark, H, 2008, The stone in Kamash, Z, and Allen, T G, Saved from the Grave: Neolithic to Saxon discoveries at Spring Road Municipal Cemetery, Abingdon, Oxford Archaeology Monograph 35. Full report available online

Lamdin-Whymark, H, and Kamash, K, 2003 The worked stone in Kamash, Z, Wilkinson, D R P, Ford, B M, and Hiller, J, Late Saxon and Medieval occupation: evidence from excavations at Lincoln College, Oxford, 1997-2000, Oxoniensia 67, 199-286

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