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Extended Bibliography for Pottery Students.
This bibliography was compiled and kindly supplied by Mr F K Annable, the curator of the museum at Devizes, Wiltshire. It has been divided into 4 sections for publication. It is a good example of progressive archaeology and the Editor would be pleased to receive lists or data of a similar nature.
PART 1. POTTERY OF THE WINDMILL HILL CULTURES.
|Piggott S||Neolithic Cultures of the British Isles. Cambridge University Press. 1954.|
|Wheeler R E M||Maiden Castle. Society of Antiquaries of London Research Report Number XII.|
|Cunnington M||Excavations at Knap Hill. Wilts Arch Mag volume 37, 1912, page 42.|
|Leeds E T||A Neolithic Site at Abingdon, Berks. (First Report) Antiquaries Journal, Volume VII, Number 4 Oct. 1927.|
|-do-||-do- (Second Report) Antiquaries Journal, VIII October 1928.|
|Curwen E C||Excavations at the Trundle, Goodwood, 1928. Sussex Arch. Collections. LXX, 33.|
|Ross Williamson R P||Excavations in Whitehawk Neolithic Camp, near Brighton, Sussex. Arch. Colls. LXXI, 57.|
|Musson R.||An Excavation at Combe Hill Camp, near Eastbourne. Sussex Arch. Colls. LXXXIX 105.|
|Curwen E C||Archaeology of Sussex. Methuen's County - Archaeologies.|
|Smith R A||The Development of Neolithic Pottery. Archaeologia LXII (1910), 340-52.|
|Smith Dr I F||Short Illustrated Guide to Windmill Hill and Avebury. Obtainable at Avebury Museum.|
|Piggott S||The Long Barrow in Brittany. Antiquity Xl, 1937, 441.|
|Liddel D M||Report on Excavations at Hembury Fort, Devon Devon Arch. Ex. Soc. 1930,1931,1932, 1935.|
The full series:
- Part 1: Pottery of the Windmill Hill Cultures.
- Part 2: Pottery of the Secondary Neolithic Cultures.
- Part 3: Pottery of the Bronze Age and Iron Age.
- Part 4: Pottery of the Roman Period.