2.6 Bibliography

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Andersen, S H 1972 ‘Bro. En senglacial boplads på Fyn’, Kuml, 6–60.

Ashmore, P 2004 ‘A date list (to October 2002) for early foragers in Scotland’, in Saville, A (ed) Mesolithic Scotland and its neighbours: the early Holocene prehistory of Scotland, its British and Irish context and some northern European perspectives, Society of Antiquaries of Scotland: Edinburgh, 95–157.

Atkinson, J et al. 2016 Ben Lawers: An archaeological landscape in time. Results from the Ben Lawers Historic Landscape Project, 1996–2005. Scottish Archaeological Internet Reports 62. DOI: 10.9750/issn.1473-3803.2016.62

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Ballantyne, C K and Dawson, A G 1997 ‘Geomorphology and landscape change’, in Edwards, K J and Ralston, I B M (eds) Scotland: environment and archaeology, 8000 BC – AD 1000, John Wiley and Sons: Chichester, 23–44.

Ballantyne, C K and Dawson, A G 2003 ‘Geomorphology and landscape change’, in Edwards, K J and Ralston, I B M (eds) Scotland after the Ice Age: environment, archaeology and history, 8000BC–AD1000, Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, 23–44.

Ballin, T B 2015 ‘Arran pitchstone (Scottish volcanic glass): new dating evidence’, Journal of Lithic Studies 2(1), 5–16. DOI: 10.2218/jls.v2i1

Ballin, T B 2017a ‘Beyond Howburn: the new Scottish late Upper Palaeolithic’, British Archaeology 2017 (Nov–Dec), 26–31.

Ballin, T B 2017b ‘Pitchstone from radiocarbon-dated pits – an update’, PAST 87, 14–15.

Ballin, T B 2019 ‘The lithic assemblage [the Milltimber site]’. in Dingwall, K, Ginnever, M, Tipping, R, van Wessel, J and Wilson D (eds) The land was forever: 15,000 years in north-east Scotland: excavations on the Aberdeen western peripheral route/Balmedie-Tiperty, Oxbow Books: Oxford, 89–122.

Ballin, T B forthcoming a ‘Re-examination and identification of the late Upper Palaeolithic assemblage from Lunanhead in Angus’. Archaeology Reports Online. https://archaeologyreportsonline.com/PDF/ARO48_Lunanhead.pdf

Ballin, T B forthcomingB ‘The lithic assemblage’, in The Dunragit project, GUARD Archaeology Ltd: Glasgow.

Ballin, T B and Bjerck, H B 2016 ‘Lost and found twice: discussion of an early post-glacial single-edged tanged point from Brodgar on Orkney, Scotland’. Journal of Lithic Studies 3(1), 31–50. DOI: 10.2218/jls.v3i1.1393

Ballin, T B and Nicol, S 2017 ‘Mesolithic carnelian artefacts from the Tay estuary’, Archaeology Scotland 29, 22–23.

Ballin, T B and Saville, A 2003 ‘An Ahrensburgian-type tanged point from Shieldaig, Wester Ross, Scotland, and its implications’, Oxford Journal of Archaeology 22(2), 115–131. DOI: 10.1111/1468-0092.t01-1-00001

Ballin, T B and Wickham-Jones, C 2017 ‘Searching for the Scottish late Upper Palaeolithic: a case study from Nethermills Farm, Aberdeenshire’, Journal of Lithic Studies 4(1). DOI: 10.2218/jls.v4i1.1907

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Bergsvik, K A and Bruen Olsen, A 2003 ‘Traffic in stone adzes in Mesolithic western Norway’, in Larsson, L (ed) Mesolithic on the move: papers presented at the sixth international conference on the Mesolithic in Europe, Stockholm 2000, Oxbow Books: Oxford, 395–404.

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Brophy, K and Noble, G 2020 Prehistoric Forteviot: excavations of a ceremonial complex

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Brophy, K and Sheridan, A 2012 ‘Neolithic Scotland’. ScARF Panel Report. ScARF Summary Neolithic Panel Document. ScARF: Edinburgh.

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Cleal, R M J, Walker, R E and Montague, R 1995 Stonehenge in its landscape: twentieth-century excavations, English Heritage: London.

Coles, J, Allo, J, Candow, R, Clegg, T, Cowles, G, Hibbert, F and Wilson, G 1971 ‘The early settlement of Scotland: excavations at Morton, Fife’, Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 37(2), 284–366. DOI: 10.1017/S0079497X00012688

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Dawson, S and Cressey, M 2010 ‘A study of the inter-tidal peat at Carpow Bank’,in Strachan, D (ed) Carpow in context: a Late Bronze Age logboat from the Tay, Society of Antiquaries of Scotland: Edinburgh, 133–138.

Dawson, S, Duck, R and Young, L 2014 ‘Tay landscape partnership: Ice Age to modern coastline’. Unpublished report commissioned by the Tay Landscape Partnership Scheme.

Dingwall, K, Tipping, R and Wilson, D 2019‘A landscape through time: Milltimber and the river Dee’,in Dingwall, K, Ginnever, M, Tipping, R, van Wessel, J and Wilson, D The land was forever: 15,000 years in north-east Scotland: excavations on the Aberdeen western peripheral route/Balmedie-Tipperty, Oxbow: Oxford, xx–xx[SET3] .

Dixon, N 2007 ‘Submerged woodland, Craggantoul, Loch Tay: assessment survey’, Discovery and Excavation in Scotland (New Series) 8, 162–163.

Dixon, N 2016 ‘Beneath the water’, in Atkinson, J (ed) Ben Lawers: an archaeological landscape in time,10[SET4] . Scottish Archaeological Internet Reports 62. DOI: 10.9750/issn.1473-3803.2016.62

Donnelly, M 2016 ‘Lithics’,in Atkinson, J (ed) Ben Lawers: an archaeological landscape in time, Scottish Archaeological Internet Reports 62, 13–15. DOI: 10.9750/issn.1473-3803.2016.62

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Engl, R 2018 ‘Kilmagadwood, Scotlandwell, Perth and Kinross: fieldwalking’. UnpublishedData Structure Report, AOC Archaeology Group: Edinburgh.

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Finlay, N 2016 ‘Blades and microliths in the Uplands during the Mesolithic’, in Atkinson, J (ed) Ben Lawers: an archaeological landscape in time, Scottish Archaeological Internet Reports 62, 27–28. DOI: 10.9750/issn.1473-3803.2016.62

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Gaffney, V, Fitch, S, Ramsey, E, Yorston, R, Ch’ng, E, Baldwin, E, Bates, R, Gaffney, C, Ruggles, C, Sparrow, T, McMillan, A, Cowley, D, Fraser, S, Murray, C, Murray, H, Hopla, E and Howard, A 2013 Time and a place: a luni-solar ‘time-reckoner’ from 8th millennium BC Scotland. Internet Archaeology 34. DOI: 10.11141/ia.34.1

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Holm, J and Rieck, F 1992 Istidsjægere ved Jelssøerne. Hamburgkulturen i Danmark. Skrifter fra Museumsrådet for Sønderjyllands Amt 5. Haderslev Museum: Haderslev.

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MacGregor, G and Toolis, R 2016 ‘Early settlers in the valley of the Tay’, in Atkinson, J (ed) Ben Lawers: an archaeological landscape in time, Scottish Archaeological Internet Reports 62, 7–28. DOI: 10.9750/issn.1473-3803.2016.62

Mills, C M 2021 ‘Big tree-ring country? Dendrochronology and its potential in Perthshire’. NWDG Scottish Woodland History Conference 2017, Notes XXII, 19–26.

Mithen, S, Wicks, K, Pirie, A, Riede, F, Lane, C, Banerjea, R, Cullen, V, Gittins, M and Pankhurst, N 2015 ‘A Lateglacial archaeological site in the far north-west of Europe at Rubha Port an t-Seilich, Isle of Islay, western Scotland: Ahrensburgian styled artefacts, absolute dating and geoarchaeology’, Journal of Quaternary Science 30(5), 396–416. DOI: 10.1002/jqs.2781

Murray, H K, Murray, J C and Fraser, S M 2009 A Tale of the unknown unknowns: a Mesolithic pit alignment and a Neolithic timber hall at Warren Fields, Crathes, Aberdeenshire, Oxbow: Oxford.

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Nicol, S and Ballin, T B 2019 ‘Freeland farm, Perth and Kinross – a mainly late Mesolithic carnelian assemblage from the Lower Strathearn’. Archaeology Reports Online 36. Accessed 22 July 2019. <https://www.archaeologyreportsonline.com/reports/2019/ARO36.html>

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Pollard, J 2017 ‘Substantial and significant pits in the Mesolithic of Britain and adjacent regions’, Hunter Gatherer Research 3(1), 165–184. DOI: 10.3828/hgr.2017.9

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Rust, A 1937 Das altsteinzeitliche Rentierjagerlager Meiendorf, Karl Wachholtz Verlag: Neumünster.

Rust, A 1958 Die jungpaläolithischen Zeltanlagen von Ahrensburg (Offa-Bücher 15). Karl Wachholtz Verlag: Neumünster.

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Saville, A 2008 ‘The beginning of the Later Mesolithic in Scotland’, in Sulgostowska, Z and Tomaszewski, A J (eds) Man – millennia – environment. Studies in honour of Romuald Schild, Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology, Polish Academy of Sciences: Warsaw, 207–213.

Saville, A, and Ballin, T B 2009 ‘Upper Palaeolithic evidence from Kilmelfort Cave, Argyll: a re-evaluation of the lithic assemblage’, Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 139, 9–45. Accessed 17 February 2021. <http://journals.socantscot.org/index.php/psas/article/view/9745>

Saville, A, and Wickham-Jones, C (eds) 2012 ‘Palaeolithic and Mesolithic Scotland: ScARF panel report’. ScARF: Edinburgh.

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van Wessel, J and Wilson, D 2019 ‘The coastal plain’, in Dingwall, K, Ginnever, M, Tipping, R, van Wessel, J and Wilson, D The land was forever: 15,000 years in north-east Scotland: Excavations on the Aberdeen western peripheral route/Balmedie-Tipperty, Oxbow: Oxford, xx–xx[SET5] .

Vang Petersen, P 1984 ‘Chronological and regional variation in the Late Mesolithic of Eastern Denmark’, Journal of Danish Archaeology 3, 7–18. DOI: 10.1080/0108464X.1984.10589909

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Whittington, G, Edwards, K and Cundill, P 1991 ‘Late‐ and post‐glacial vegetational change at Black Loch, Fife, eastern Scotland – a multiple core approach’, New Phytologist 118, 147–166. DOI: 10.1111/j.1469-8137.1991.tb00575.x

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Wickham-Jones, C R, Bates, R, Cameron, A, Clarke, A, Collinson, D, Duthie, S, Kinnaird, T, Noble, G, Ross, I, Sabnis, H and Tipping, R 2021 Prehistoric communities of the river Dee: Mesolithic and other lithic scatter sites along the middle reaches of the river Dee, Aberdeenshire. Scottish Archaeological Internet Reports. Vol 97. Available (online). Accessed 7 February 2022. http://journals.socantscot.org/index.php/sair/article/view/10482

Wilson, R, Loader, N, Rydval, M, Paton, H, Frith, A, Mills, C, Crone, A, Edwards, C, Larsson, L and Gunnarson, B 2011 ‘Reconstructing Holocene climate from tree rings – the potential for a long chronology from the Scottish Highlands’, The Holocene 22(1), 3–-11. DOI: 10.1177/0959683611405237

Wright, D 2012 ‘The Tay landscape partnership scheme: report on the assessment of Mesolithic lithic artefacts’, Unpublished report commissioned by the Tay Landscape Partnership.

Wright, D and Brophy, K forthcoming Prehistoric Dunning: excavations of a farming and settlement landscape, SERF Monograph 3, Council for British Archaeology: York.