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Rock Art Bibliography

Barker, C. T. 1992. The Chambered Tombs of South-West Wales: A re-assessment of the Neolithic burial monuments of Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire. Oxford: Oxbow Monograph 14.

Beckensall, S. 1999. British Prehistoric Rock-art. Tempus.

Bradley, R. 1993. Altering the Earth. The origins of monuments in Britain and continental Europe. Edinburgh: Society of Antiquaries of Scotland.

Bradley, R. 1997. Rock Art and the Prehistory of Atlantic Europe. Signing the Land. London: Routledge.

Bradley, R. 1998. Significance of Monuments. London: Routlege.

Bradley, R., Criado Boado, F. & Fabregas Valcarce, R. 1994. Rock Art Research as Landscape Archaeology: A Pilot Study in Galicia, North-West Spain, World Archaeology, Vol. 25, No. 3, pp. 374—390.

Burgess, C. 1989-90. The Chronology of Cup-and-Ring Marks in Britain and Ireland. Northern Archaeology 10, pp. 21—26.

Children, G. C. & Nash, G. H. 1994. Monuments in the Landscape: The Prehistory of Herefordshire, Vol. I, Logaston Press, Hereford.

Children, G. C. & Nash, G. H. 1997. The Neolithic Sites of Cardiganshire, Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire, Vol. V, Logaston Press, Hereford.

Children, G. C. & Nash, G. H. 2001. Monuments in the Landscape: The Prehistory of Breconshire, Vol. IX, Logaston Press, Hereford.

Coles, J., Gestsdottir, H. & Minnitt, S. 2000. A bronze age decorated cist from Pool Farm, West Harptree: new analyses. Proceedings of the Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society, 144, pp. 24—30.

Cooney, G. 2000. Landscapes of Neolithic Ireland. London: Routledge.

Cowell, R. 1991. The Prehistory of Merseyside, Journal of the Merseyside Archaeological Society, Vol. 8, pp. 21—61.

Cowell, R. & Warhurst, M. 1984. The Calderstones: A prehistoric tomb in Liverpool. Merseyside Archaeological Trust.

Cummings, V. & Whittle, A. 2004. Places of special virtue: Megaliths in the Neolithic Landscapes of Wales. Cardiff Studies in Archaeology. Oxford Books.

Daniel, G. E. 1950. The Prehistoric Chambered Tombs of England and Wales, Cambridge. Cambridge University Press.

Darvill, T. & Wainwright, G. 2003. A Cup-marked Stone from Dan-y-garn, Mynachlog-Ddu, Pembrokeshire, and the Prehistoric Rock art from Wales, Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society. 69, pp. 253—264.

Devereux, P. 2001. Stone Age Soundtracks, The Acoustic Archaeology of Ancient Sites, Vega.

Dorrell, G. P. 1994. Photography in Archaeology and Conservation. Cambridge. Cambridge University Press. 188, pp. 225—231

Ecroyd Smith, H. 1868. An ancient-British cemetery at Wavertree, Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire, Vol. 20, New Series Vol. 8, pp. 131—46.

Eogan, G. 1986. Knowth and the passage-tombs of Ireland. London: Thames & Hudson.

Fenn, P., Nash, G.H. & Waite, L. 2007. Cist Cerrig: A reassessment of a ritual landscape. Landscape Enquiries: Proceedings of the Clifton Antiquarian Club Vol. 8, pp. 135—37.

Forde-Johnson, J. L. 1956. The Calderstone, Liverpool, in T. G. Powell, T. & G. E. Daniel, Barclodiad y Gawres: The excavation of a Megalithic Chambered Tomb in Anglesey, Liverpool: Liverpool University Press.

Forde-Johnson, J. L. 1957. Megalithic Art in the North West of Britain: The Calderstones, Liverpool, Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, Vol.23. pp. 20¬—39

Fowler, C. & Cummings, V. 2003. Places of Transformation: Building monuments from water and stone in the Neolithic of the Irish Sea. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 9, pp. 1—20.

Grimes, W. F. 1932. Prehistoric Archaeology in Wales since 1925. The Neolithic Period, Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society of East Anglia 7, 85—92.

Grimes, W. F. 1948. Pentre Ifan Burial Chamber, Pembrokeshire, Archaeologia Cambrensis. cc, pp. 3—23.

Grimes, W.F. 1951. The Prehistory of Wales. The National Museum of Wales, Cardiff.

Hand, C.R. 1915. Captain William Lathom and the Calderstones, Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire, Vol. 31.

Hemp, W. J. 1926. The Bachwen Cromlech, Archaeologia Cambrensis, 7th Series, Vol. cxxxi, pp. 429—31.

Hemp, W. J. 1930. The Chambered Cairn of Bryn Celli Ddu, Archaeologia Cambrensis, Ixxx, pp. 179—214.

Hemp, W. J. 1935. Arthur's Stone, Dorstone, Herefordshire, Archaeologia Cambrensis. XC, pp. 288—92.

Hemp, W. J. 1938. Cup Markings at Treflys, Caernarvonshire, Archaeologia Cambrensis, xciii, pp. 140—1.

Herity, M. 1970. The early prehistoric period around the Irish Sea. In D. Moore (ed.) The Irish Sea Province in Archaeology and History. Cambrian Archaeological Association, pp. 29—37.

Joussaume, R. 1985. Dolmens for the dead: Megalith Building throughout the World. London: Batsford.

Lynch, F M. 1967, Barclodiad y Gawres: Comparative Notes on the Decorated Stones, Archaeologia Cambrensis , CXVI, pp. 1—22.

Lynch, F. M. 1969a. The Megalithic Tombs of North Wales, in T. G. E. Powell, J. X. W. P. Corcoran, F. Lynch & J. G. Scott (eds.). Megalithic Enquiries in the West of Britain, Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, pp. 107—48.

Lynch, F.M. 1969b. The Contents of Excavated Tombs in North Wales. In T.G.E. Powell, J.X.W.P. Corcoran, F. Lynch & J.G. Scott (eds.). Megalithic Enquiries in the West of Britain, Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, pp. 149—174.

Lynch, F. M. 1970. Prehistoric Anglesey. Anglesey Antiquarian Society.

Lynch, F. M. 1972. Portal Dolmens in the Nevern Valley, Pembrokeshire, in Lynch, F. & Burgess, C. (eds.) 1972. Prehistoric Man in Wales & the West, Adams & Dart, Bath, pp. 67—84.

Lynch, F. M. 1976. Towards a chronology of megalithic tombs in Wales, in G. C. Boon & J. M. Lewis (eds.) Welsh Antiquity (Essays mainly on Prehistoric Topics. Presented to H. N. Savory upon his retirement as Keeper of Archaeology. Cardiff: National Museum of Wales, pp. 63—79.

Lynch, F.M. 2000. The Later Neolithic and earlier Bronze Age. In F. Lynch, S. Aldhouse-Green and J. Davis (eds.), Prehistoric Wales, Stroud: Sutton, pp. 79—138.

Mazel, A, Nash, G.H. & Waddington, C. (eds.) 2007. Metaphor as Art: The Prehistoric Rock-art of Britain. Oxford: Archaeopress.

Nash, G.H. 2000. Re-evaluating monumentality: Arthur's Stone, Dorstone, Herefordshire. Transactions of the Woolhope Naturalists' Field Club Vol. L Pt 1, pp. 37—50.

Nash, G. H. 2006. The Architecture of Death: The Chambered Monuments of Wales. Logaston Press.

Nash, G.H. 2007. Light at the end of the tunnel: How megalithic art was viewed and experienced. In A. Mazel, G.H. Nash & C. Waddington (eds.). Metaphor as Art: The Prehistoric Rock-art of Britain. Oxford: Archaeopress, pp. 123—50.

Nash, G.H. 2007. A scattering of images: The rock-art of Southern Britain. In A. Mazel, G.H. Nash & C. Waddington (eds.). Metaphor as Art: The Prehistoric Rock-art of Britain. Oxford: Archaeopress, pp. 175—204.

Nash, G.H., Brook, C., George, A., Hudson, D., McQueen, E., Parker, C., Stanford, A., Smith, A., Swann, J. & Waite, L. 2005. Notes on newly discovered rock-art on and around Neolithic burial chambers in Wales. Archaeology in Wales, Vol. 45, pp. 11—16.

Nash, G.H. & Chippindale, C. 2002 (eds.). European Landscapes of Rock-art. London: Routledge

Nash, G.H., George, A. & Waite, L. 2007. Cupmarks discovered on the Cae-Dyni chambered monument, Criccieth, Caernarvonshire, North Wales. Proceedings of the Clifton Antiquarian Club Vol. 8, pp. 35—40.

Nash, G.H., George, A. & Stanford, A. (in press). Phasing the Calderstones imagery. Merseyside Archaeology Society Proceedings.

Nash, G.H. & Stanford, A. 2007. New megalithic art within the Neolithic passage grave of Barclodiad y Gawres. Rock art Research, Vol. 24, No. 2, pp. 257—60.

Nash, G.H. & Stanford, A. (forthcoming). Encryption and display: Recording new images on the Calderstones in Liverpool in T. Barnett & K. Sharpe (eds.).

Nash, G.H. & Stanford, A. (forthcoming). New megalithic art discovered at the Neolithic stone burial monument of Dyffryn Ardudwy, North Wales. Rock Art Research.

Nash, G.H. & Henderson, P. (forthcoming). Finding place: Reconstructing the destroyed Caldertsones Monument, Liverpool.

Newall, R.S. 1931. The Smaller Cairn at Bryn Celli Ddu. Archaeologia Cambrensis, 1xxx (1930), pp. 259—62.

Neville George, T. 1970. British Regional Geology: South Wales. HSMO. 3rd Edition.

O’Kelly, M.J. 1982. Newgrange: Archaeology, Art and Legend. London: Thames & Hudson.

O’Sullivan, M. 1986. Approaches to passage tomb art, Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland 116, pp. 68—83.

O’Sullivan, M. 1993. Megalithic art in Ireland, Dublin: Town House.

Parker-Pearson, M. 1993. Bronze Age Britain. London: English Heritage.

Pennent, T. 1783. Tour of Wales.

Peterson, R. 2003. Neolithic Pottery from Wales: Traditions and Constructions of Use. Oxford: BAR British Series 344.

Powell, T.G.E. 1963. The Chambered Tomb at Dyffryn Ardudwy. Antiquity XXXVII, pp. 19—24.

Powell, T.G.E. 1973. Excavation of the megalithic chambered cairn at Dyffryn Ardudwy, Merioneth, Wales. Archaeologia 104, pp. 1—49.  Powell, T. G. E. & Daniel, G. E. 1956. Barclodiad y Gawres: The Excavation of a Megalithic Chambered Tomb in Anglesey, Liverpool: Liverpool University Press.

Powell, T.G.E. Corcoran, J.X.W.P, Lynch, F. & Scott, J.G. 1969. Megalithic Enquiries in the West of Britain. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press.

RCAHM(W) 1997. An Inventory of the Ancient Monuments in Breconshire (Brycheiniog): The Prehistoric and Roman Monuments (Part II). London. HMSO.

Rees, S. 1992. A guide to ancient and historic Wales. Dyfed. CADW, Cardiff.

Romilly Allen J. 1888. The Calderstones. Journal of the British Archaeological Association, Vol. 44, pp. 77—82.

Santos Estévez, M. (2008). A new proposal for the chronology of Atlantic rock art in Galicia (NW Iberian Peninsula), in G.H. Nash & G. Children (eds.) The archaeology of semiotics and the social order of things. BAR International Series.

Schoknecht, U. 1986. Hügelgräber mit Bestattungen verschiedener Perioden aus den Seeblänken bei Waren. Bodendenkmalpflege in Mecklenburg, Jahrbuch 1985, pp. 193—220.

Sharkey, J. 2004. The Meeting of the Tracks: Rock Art in Ancient Wales. Carreg Gwalch.

Shee-Twohig, E. 1981. Megalithic Arty of Western Europe. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Simpson, J. Y. 1866 [1864-65]. On the cup-cuttings and ring cuttings on the Calderstones, near Liverpool, Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire, Vol. 17, New Series 5, pp. 257—62.

Skinner, J. Reverend. 1802. Ten Days Tour through the Island of Anglesey (reprinted with introduction by T. Williams, 2004).

Tilley, C. 1991. Constructing a ritual landscape. In K. Jennbert, L. Larsson, R. Petre & B. Wyszomirska-Werbart (eds.) Regions and Reflections (in honour of Marta Stromberg). Acta Archaeologica Lundensia Series 8, No. 20, pp. 67—79.

Tilley, C. 1994. A Phenomenology of Landscape, London: Berg.

 
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