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Gamble, Clive and Boismier, W.A. (eds.) (1991) Ethnoarchaeological approaches to mobile campsites: hunter gatherer and pastoralist case studies, Ann Arbor, US, International Monographs in Prehistory, 420pp. (Ethnoarchaeological Series, 1).

Ashton, Nick, Dean, Phil and McNabb, John (1991) Flaked flakes: what, where, when and why? Lithics, 12, pp. 1-11.

Gamble, Clive (1991) Animal bones. In, C.Hearn (ed.) Archaeological evaluation at Three Locks golf course, near Great Brickhill, Buckinghamshire. Records of Buckinghamshire, 33, pp. 100-107.

Gamble, Clive (1991) Brilliant rock art and art rock in Australia. Nature, 351, (6328), p. 608. (doi:10.1038/351608a0).

Gamble, Clive (1991) An introduction to the living spaces of mobile people. In, Gamble, Clive and Boismier, W.A. (eds.) Ethnoarchaeological Approaches to Mobile Campsites: Hunter gatherer and pastoralist case studies. Michigan, US, Ann Arbor pp. 1-23. (International Monographs in Prehistory, Ethnoarchaeological Series, 1).

Gamble, Clive (1991) An introduction to the living spaces of mobile peoples. In, Gamble, Clive and Boismier, William (eds.) Ethnoarchaeological Approaches to Mobile Campsites: Hunter Gatherer and Pastoralist Case Studies. Ann Arbor, US, International Monographs in Prehistory pp. 1-23. (Ethnoarchaeological Series, 1).

Gamble, Clive (1991) Raising the curtain on human origins. Antiquity, 65, (247), pp. 412-417. (doi:10.1017/S0003598X00079928).

Gamble, Clive (1991) The social context for European Palaeolithic art. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, 57, (1), pp. 3-15. (doi:10.1017/S0079497X00004849).

Keay, S. (1991) The Ager Tarraconensis in the Late Empire: a model for the economic relationship of town and country in eastern Spain. In, Barker, Graeme and Lloyd, John (eds.) Roman Landscapes: Archaeological Survey in the Mediterranean Region. London, British School at Rome pp. 79-88. (Archaeological Monographs of the British School at Rome, 2).

Keay, S. (1991) Introduction to towns and territories. In, Barker, Graeme and Lloyd, John (eds.) Roman Landscapes: Archaeological Survey in the Mediterranean Region. London, British School at Rome pp. 77-78. (Archaeological Monographs of the British School at Rome, 2).

Keay, S. (1991) New light on the colonia Iulia Urbs Triumphalis Tarraco (Tarragona) during the late empire. The Journal of Roman Archaeology, 4, pp. 387-397. (doi:10.1017/S1047759400015907).

Keay, S. (1991) Prospecciones sistemáticas en la antigua Celti (Peñaflor, la Viña) en 1987 y 1988. Anuario Arqueológico de Andalucía.1988, II, pp. 327-335.

Keay, S., Creighton, J. and Jordan, D. (1991) Sampling ancient towns. Oxford Journal of Archaeology, 10, (3), pp. 371-383. (doi:10.1111/j.1468-0092.1991.tb00026.x).

Keay, S. and Millett, M. (1991) Surface survey and site recognition in Spain: the Ager Tarraconensis survey and its background. In, Schofield, J. (eds.) Ploughzone Archaeology. Oxford, GB, Oxbow books pp. 129-139.

Leech, R.H. (1991) The computerized National Archaeological Record for England - its development and future potential for medieval studies. Literary and Linguistic Computing, 6, (1), pp. 47-49. (doi:10.1093/llc/6.1.47).

Peacock, David and Williams, D.F. (1991) Amphorae and the Roman economy: an introductory guide, London, GB, Longman

Pollard, Josh (1991) A ‘Belgic’ and an Early Romano-British burial from Toddington. Bedfordshire Archaeology, 19, pp. 103-105.

Pollard, Josh (1991) Some unpublished Bronze Age finds in Luton and Bedford Museums. Bedfordshire Archaeology, 19, pp. 98-102.

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