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Pollen analyses

Pollen analyses
Pollen analyses
Archaeological investigation of Early Middle Palaeolithic flint tools, including hand axes, and faunal remains in the North Sea. This volume also examines submerged and buried landscapes. The methods used to recover artefacts and other remains and to explore these buried landscapes are also described. The results are placed into the context of the British and European Early Middle Palaeolithic.
978-1-874350-80-4
46-66
Wessex Archaeology
Grant, Michael J.
56dae074-d54a-4da8-858a-2bf364a5a550
Tizzard, Louise
Bicket, Andrew
DeLoecker, Dimitri
Grant, Michael J.
56dae074-d54a-4da8-858a-2bf364a5a550
Tizzard, Louise
Bicket, Andrew
DeLoecker, Dimitri

Grant, Michael J. (2015) Pollen analyses. In, Tizzard, Louise, Bicket, Andrew and DeLoecker, Dimitri (eds.) Seabed Prehistory: Investigating the Palaeogeography and Early Middle Palaeolithic Archaeology in the Southern North Sea. Salisbury, GB. Wessex Archaeology, pp. 46-66.

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Archaeological investigation of Early Middle Palaeolithic flint tools, including hand axes, and faunal remains in the North Sea. This volume also examines submerged and buried landscapes. The methods used to recover artefacts and other remains and to explore these buried landscapes are also described. The results are placed into the context of the British and European Early Middle Palaeolithic.

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Published date: July 2015
Organisations: Geology & Geophysics, Archaeology

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Local EPrints ID: 378731
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/378731
ISBN: 978-1-874350-80-4
PURE UUID: 5cf5ec37-0357-4dc1-9d9a-cb981c7925fc
ORCID for Michael J. Grant: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-4766-6913

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Date deposited: 10 Jul 2015 10:23
Last modified: 06 Jun 2018 12:23

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