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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 BRONZE AGE.
|Abercromby, The Rt. Hon. J.||Bronze Age Pottery, Vol.II, 1912, Clarendon Press|
|Longworth, I H||The Origins and Development of the Primary Series in the Collared Urn Tradition, in England and Wales. Proc. Preh. Society, 1961 N.S. Vol. XXVII, 263|
|Childe V G||Prehistoric Communities of the British Isles, 1956|
|Butler J H and Smith I F||Razors, Urns and the British Middle Bronze Age. Institute of Archaeology Report No. 12|
|Calkin J B||Barrels, Buckets and Globulars. Archaeological Newsletter. Vol. 6, No. 5|
|Calkin J B||The Bournemouth Area in the Middle and Late Bronze Age, with the Deverel-Rimbury Problem Reconsidered. Archaeological Journal, XIX, (1964), 1-65|
POTTERY OF THE IRON AGE.
|Cunnington M E.||All Cannings Cross. Devizes, 1923|
|Kenyon K||A Survey of the Evidence concerning the Chronology and Origins of the Iron Age. Inst. of Archaeology Rept. No. 8|
|Bulleid and St George Gray H.||The Glastonbury Lake Village, Vol II. Glastonbury Ant. Society. 1917|
|Wheeler R E M||Maiden Castle (as above)|
|May T||The Pottery Found at Silchester. Reading, 1916|
|Wheeler R E M and Wheeler T V||Verulamium, A Belgic and Two Roman Cities. Soc. of Ant. London Res. Report XI.|
|Cunnington M E||A Late Celtic Rubbish Heap at Oare, Wilts. W.A.M. XXXVI, 125|
|Cunnington M E and Cunnington B. H.||Casterley Camp. Wilts. Arch. Mag. XXXVIII, 53 ff.|
|Bushe-Fox||Excavations at the Late Celtic Urnfield at Swarling, Kent. Soc. of Ant. of London Res. Rept. No. V|
|Hawkes C F C||The ABC of the British Iron Age. Antiquity, Vol. XXXIII, No. 131, Sept. 1959|
|-do-||Camulodunum. Soc. of Ant. Res. Report. of London|
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.