British & Irish Prehistory
We’re getting down to Celtic roots with Day 13 of Oxbow Advent, featuring books all about British & Irish Prehistory.
Use code ADVENT13 when shopping at Casemate Academic to get 50% off these five books. This code is valid for today only, offer ending midnight.
The First Stones
Penywyrlod, Gwernvale and the Black Mountains Neolithic Long Cairns of South-East Wales
Brings together the results of recent research on the Neolithic long cairns lying in the shadow of the Black Mountains in south-east Wales, focusing upon Penywyrlod and Gwernvale.
Defining Spaces in Iron Age Northumberland
Excavations at Morley Hill and Lower Callerton
Details two examples of a previously unknown class of larger lowland settlement in Northumberland, enabling an in-depth exploration of the development of pattern, connectivity, community and status.
An Iron Age Broch Settlement in Assynt, North-west Scotland
Results of a major, community-based excavation of an Iron Age broch that collapsed in on itself after a fire, sealing a unique and undisturbed domestic assemblage.
Fragments of the Bronze Age
The Destruction and Deposition of Metalwork in South-West Britain and its Wider Context
Examines the deliberate destruction of Bronze Age metalwork from a new perspective, focusing on how it was destroyed and deposited as a means to understand the reasons behind the process.
Objects and Death in Later Prehistoric Britain
A large-scale investigation into grave goods (c. 4000 BC–AD 43), enabling a new level of understanding of mortuary practice, material culture, technological innovation and social transformation.