Referencing RARFA

Please find below some examples of how to reference the Regional Archaeological Research Framework for Argyll (RARFA) in any piece of writing. If you have any queries please email the ScARF team: scarf@socantscot.org

Each section has been given a shortened URL link to facilitate easier typing into browsers. Feel free to use these instead of the full URL.

Section Editor(s) Available from
4. Towards and Environmental History of Argyll and Bute: A Review of Current Data, Their Strengths and Weaknesses and Suggestions for Future Work Richard Tipping  https://tinyurl.com/rsatdjx
5. The Early Prehistory of Argyll: The archaeological record, research themes and future priorities for the Palaeolithic, Mesolithic and Earliest Neolithic periods (12000BP – 6000BP) (10,050BC – 4050BC) Steven Mithen https://tinyurl.com/s2yngxo
6. Neolithic, Chalcolithic and Bronze Age c 4000BC – 800BC Alison Sheridan https://tinyurl.com/uygb5n8
7. The Iron Age Roddy Regan https://tinyurl.com/wohv5mr
8. Early Medieval Argyll and Norse/Viking Argyll (AD 400 – AD 1100) Ewan Campbell and Colleen Batey https://tinyurl.com/r3zj5uo
9. The Archaeology of Medieval Argyll (AD 1100 – AD 1600) John A Raven https://tinyurl.com/yxyumbuv
10. Early Modern Period (AD 1600 – AD 1900) and Modern in Argyll (AD 1900 – Present) Heather James and Audrey Horning https://tinyurl.com/rs6sjku

To cite RARFA as a whole

ScARF 2017 Simpson, B and Webb, S (eds) RARFA: A Regional Archaeological Research Framework for Argyll; Scottish Archaeological Research Framework: Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. Available online at https://scarf.scot/regional/regional-archaeological-research-framework-for-argyll

Referencing sections

If the reference is to a section in report, not the whole text:

ScARF 2017 author name(s) RARFA: A Regional Archaeological Research Framework for Argyll; Scottish Archaeological Research Framework: Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. Available online at <address here>

for example:

ScARF 2017 Tipping, R (ed) RARFA: A Regional Archaeological Research Framework for Argyll; Scottish Archaeological Research Framework: Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. Available online at https://tinyurl.com/rsatdjx

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