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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.
POTTERY OF THE SECONDARY NEOLITHIC CULTURES.
|Piggott S||Neolithic Cultures of the Brit. Isles. Cam. Univ. Press, 1954|
|Wheeler R E M||Maiden Castle (as above)|
|Piggott S||The West Kennet Long Barrow. Excavations 1955-6. HMS Office|
|Burchell J P and Piggott S||Decorated Prehistoric Pottery from the Bed of the Ebbsfleet, Northfleet, Kent. Antiquaries Journal, XIX, 1939,405-20|
|Warren S H et al||Archaeology of the Submerged Land-Surface of the Essex Coast. Proc. Prehist. Soc. II, 1936, 178-210|
|Cunnington ME||Woodhenge. Devizes, 1929|
|-do -||The Pottery from the long Barrow at West Kennet Devizes, 1927|
|Childe V G||Report on the Excavations at Skara Brae. Proc. Soc. of Antiquaries, Scotland. LXIII (1928-9) 225-80|
|Childe V G||The Continental Affinities of British Neolithic Pottery. Archaeological Journal. LXXXVIII (1931), 37-66|
|Piggott S||The Neolithic Pottery of the British Isles. Archaeological Journal, LXXXVIII, 1931,67-158|
|Smith Dr I F||Unpublished Thesis on Neolithic Pottery. Copy obtainable in Library of Institute of Archaeology, London.|
|Abercromby, The Rt Hon John||Bronze Age Pottery, Vol. I, 1912. Clarendon Press|
|Piggott S||Abercromby and After. The Beaker Cultures of Britain Re-examined. (Essay in Culture and Environment) Essays in Honour of Sir Cyril Fox - edited by I LL Foster and L Alcock, 1963|
|Stone J.F.S.||Wessex. Thames and Hudson. 1958|
|Case H J||Beaker Pottery from the Oxford Region. Oxoniensia, XXI, 1956, 1ff|
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.