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Editor(s): Fowler C; Cummings V
Publication type: Edited Book
Publication status: Published
Number of Pages: 244
Publisher: Oxbow Books
Place Published: Oxford, UK
J. Thomas - Preface
Ch 1: V. Cummings and C. FOWLER 'Introduction: Locating "The Neolithic of the Irish Sea: Materiality and Traditions of Practice"
Ch 2: A. Sheridan 'Neolithic connections along and across the Irish Sea'
Ch 3: R. Schulting 'An Irish Sea change: some implications for the Mesolithic-Neolithic transition'
Ch 4: V. Cummings 'Connecting the mountains and the sea: the monuments of the eastern Irish Sea zone'
Ch 5: K. Brophy 'The searchers: the quest for causewayed enclosures in the Irish Sea'
Ch 6: T. Darvill 'Tales of the land, tales of the sea: people and presence in the Neolithic of Man and beyond'
Ch 7: A. Watson 'Fluid horizons'
Ch 8: C. Henley 'Falling off the edge of the Irish Sea: Clettraval and the two-faced Neolithic of the Outer Hebrides'
Ch 9: C. Richards 'Labouring with monuments: constructing the dolmen at Carreg Samson, south-west Wales'
Ch 10: A. Whittle 'Stones that float to the sky: portal dolmens and their landscapes of memory and myth'
Ch 11: C. FOWLER 'In touch with the past? Monuments, bodies and the sacred in the Manx Neolithic and beyond'
Ch 12: E. Evans and T. Dowson 'Rock art, identity and death in the early Bronze Age of Ireland and Britain'
Ch 13: V. Cummings and C. FOWLER 'The setting and form of Manx chambered cairns: cultural comparisons and social interpretations'
Ch 14: H. Evans 'Where is the Cumbrian Neolithic?'
Ch 15: P. Davey 'The Isle of Man: central or marginal in the Neolithic of the northern Irish Sea?'
Ch 16: G. Cooney 'Neolithic worlds: islands in the Irish Sea'
Ch 17: K. Ray 'Axes, kula and things that were 'good to think' in the Neolithic of the Irish Sea regions'
Ch 18: J. Thomas 'Materiality and traditions of practice in Neolithic south-west Scotland'
Ch 19: D Mulin 'Evidence of absence? The Neolithic of the Cheshire Basin'
Ch 20: R. Peterson 'Away from the numbers: diversity and invisibility in late Neolithic Wales'
Ch 21: A. Jones 'By way of illustration: art, memory and materiality in the Irish Sea and beyond'
Ch 22: J. Woodcock 'The early Bronze Age on the Isle of Man: back into the mainstream?'
Ch 23: M. Brittain 'Layers of life and death: aspects of monumentality in the early Bronze Age of Wales'
Ch 24: T. Kirk 'Memory, tradition and materiality: the Isles of Scilly in context'
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