Contextualising Kilmartin: building a narrative for developments in western Scotland and beyond, from the Early Neolithic to the Late Bronze Age - NMS Research Repository
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Contextualising Kilmartin: building a narrative for developments in western Scotland and beyond, from the Early Neolithic to the Late Bronze Age

2012

Abstract

Although this volume is a tribute to Richard Bradley, its strength lies in the range and depth of papers that provide new information, ideas, and interpretations on many familiar archaeological themes. This volume takes, as its basis, the archaeological themes that Richard has developed through his career and has been divided into several sections that, broadly speaking, follow the chronological development of his many fields of interest...Sheridan takes us back to the well-trodden Kilmartin Glen providing an incisive chronological narrative of this evocative and complex monumental landscape between the early 4th and early 1st millennium BC and places it within the broader narrative of developments elsewhere in western Scotland and beyond. - Publisher's website

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