2 edition of Star Carr revisited found in the catalog.
Star Carr revisited
A. J. Legge
1988 by Centre for Extra-Mural Studies, Birkbeck College, University of London in London .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||A.J. Legge and P.A. Rowley-Conwy.|
|LC Classifications||GN774.22G7 L45 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 145 p. :|
|Number of Pages||145|
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Title: Star Carr revisited: a re-analysis of the large mammals: Authors: Anthony J. Legge, P. Rowley-Conwy, Birkbeck College. Centre for Extra-Mural Studies: Publisher: Centre for Extra-Mural Studies, Birkbeck College, University of London, Star Carr Revisited: a re-analysis of the large animals.
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"synopsis" may belong to another edition of this title. Star Carr revisited: a re-analysis of the large mammals Anthony J.
Legge, P. Rowley-Conwy Centre for Extra-Mural Studies, Birkbeck College, University of London, - Mesolithic period. Star Carr revisited: a re-analysis of the large mammals, A.J. Legge and P.A. Rowley-Conwy. (pbk): Toronto Public Library.
Rowley-Conwy, P. () 'To the Upper Lake: Star Carr revisited – by birchbark canoe.', in Economic zooarchaeology: studies in hunting, herding and early agriculture.
Oxford: Oxbow by: 1. (). Star Carr Revisited: a re-analysis of the large mammals. By A.J. Legge and P. Rowley-Conwy. Archaeological Journal: Vol.No. 1, pp. Author: P. Halstead. Star Carr Revisited: A Re-Analysis of the Large Mammals. Add to My Bookmarks Export citation.
Type Book Author(s) A. Legge, Peter Rowley-Conwy Date Star Carr Next: 'Reassessment of Seasonality at the Early Meso Previous: Excavations at Star Carr: An Early Mesolithic Library availability. View in catalogue Find other formats.
A. Legge & P. Rowley-Conwy Star Carr revisited: a re-analysis of the large mammals. viii + pages, 42 figures, 13 tables. London: Centre for Extra-Mural Studies, Birkbeck College, University of London; ISBN paperback £ (UK) & £10 (overseas) postage inclusive (from Archaeological Laboratory, Centre for Extm-Muraf Studies, Author: Kim Aaris-Sørensen.
Star Carr in context: new archaeological and palaeoecolgical investigations at the early Mesolithic site of Star Carr, North Yorkshire.
Cambridge: McDonald Institute. Aveling, E. M., & Heron, C. Identification of birch bark tar at the Mesolithic site of Star Carr.
Ancient biomolecules, 2(1), Carter, R. This first volume of Star Carr provides an interpretation of the Star Carr site, one of the most important Mesolithic sites in Europe. Discovered in the late s by John Moore and then excavated by Grahame Clark fromthe site is famous in the archaeological world for its wealth of rare organic remains, including significant wooden Cited by: 2.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Legge, A.J. (Anthony J.). Star Carr revisited. Centre for Extra-Mural Studies, Birkbeck College, University of London, Star Carr is one of the most famous and important prehistoric sites in Europe.
Dating from the early Mesolithic period, o years ago, the site has produced a unique range of artefacts and settlement evidence/5(19). For all book order enquiries and to place an order: Tel: +44 (0) Fax: +44 (0) E: [email protected] Post: Oxbow Books 47 Church Street Barnsley, S70 2AS.
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A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library Star Carr has been revisited at Author: Nicky Milner. Star Carr is an Early Mesolithic site, dating to c. – BCE. The site is located in the Vale of Pickering, North Yorkshire, UK, near to the coastal town of Scarborough (Fig.
1).During the early Holocene, a large body of water, known as Lake Flixton, was situated at the eastern end of the Vale of Pickering. White Rose University Press (WRUP) is an open access digital publisher of peer-reviewed academic journals and books, publishing across a wide range of academic disciplines.
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Book Description: Star Carr is one of the most important Mesolithic sites in Europe. It was discovered in the late s by John Moore and then excavated by Grahame Clark frombecoming famous in the archaeological world for the wealth of rare organic remains uncovered including barbed antler points and antler headdresses.
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Dating from the early Mesolithic period, over. Star Carr revisited: a management strategy to support the proposed excavation of the Early Mesolithic occupation site in the Vale of Pickering, North Yorkshire Milner, N.,(Unpublished) University of York.
Research output: Book/Report › Other report. To the Upper Lake: Star Carr revisited – by birchbark canoe Peter Rowley-Conwy Introduction Tony Legge instigated the re-analysis of the animal bones from Star Carr that led to our joint volume (Legge and Rowley-Conwy ).
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Star Carr Revisited; a Re-analysis of the Large Mammals. London: Birkbeck College. ISBN Paul Mellars; Dark, Petra (). Star Carr in Context: New Archaeological and Palaeoecological Investigations at the Early Mesolithic Site of Star Carr, North Yorkshire.
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FadingStar Star Carr is one of the truly great sites of ancient Britain. It has been revisited by archaeologists (the then young editor among them) more than any other : Nicky Milner. Carter, R. JAge estimation of the roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) mandibles from the Mesolithic site of Star Carr, Yorkshire, based on radiographs of mandibular tooth l of Zoology (3): Google Scholar.
Star Carr Revisited; a Re-analysis of the Large Mammals. Birkbeck College, London, ISBN (with Peter Rowley-Conwy) Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk: Animals, Environment and Economy. London, British Museum Press. ISBN ; Village on the Euphrates; from Foraging to Farming at Abu Hureyra.
Oxford Authority control: BNE: XX, ISNI:. Star Carr, the Mesolithic site excavated thirty years ago, has been considered a classic example of a winter season base camp until recently reinterpreted as a specialized industrial locale. By focusing on site formation processes, we present an alternative interpretation that Star Carr was a hunting and butchering site occupied frequently for Cited by: Looking for books by Joseph J.
Carr. See all books authored by Joseph J. Carr, including Practical Antenna Handbook, and Secrets of RF Circuit Design, and more on g: Star Carr. Star Carr: a case study in bioarchaeology. Add to My Bookmarks Export citation. Type Book Author(s) Clark, Grahame Date c Publisher Addison-Wesley Pub.
Co Pub place Reading, Mass Volume In Current topics in anthropology: theory, methods, and content, v. Preview. This item appears on. Less than 2 months before the wonderful Star Carr exhibition at the Cambridge Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology is dismantled.
Do go and take a look if you get a chance and haven't seen it yet. New book review by Piper on the two-volume monograph on the recent excavations undertaken at Star Carr. The review is accessible here. Journal of Archaeological Science17, New Osteological and C-Isotope Evidence on Mesolithic Dogs: Companions to Hunters and Fishers at Star Carr, Seamer Carr and Kongemose Juliet Clutton-Brocka and Nanna Noe-Nygaard b (Received 15 Septemberrevised manuscript accepted 22 February ) The skulls and bones of domestic dog (Canis Cited by: The complex basin bathymetry caused changing water levels across the Lateglacial and early Holocene to have significant impacts on the landscape and the sediment record at different locations within the palaeolake (Palmer et al., ).High lake levels (ca 23–24 m OD) during the early Holocene would have resulted in the entire basin being submerged and flooded, resulting Cited by: “J.
Lorand Matory's The Fetish Revisited is a brilliant tour de force that links nineteenth-century fantasies about blackness and the power of the fetish with many of the underlying currents of the twentieth century, from Marxism to psychoanalysis.
Matory's work consistently contrasts such views with the ‘fetish objects’ themselves, the products of African Cited by: 1. Star Carr Revisited; a Re-analysis of the Large Mammals, Birkbeck College. ISBN Vodpod videos no longer available. From British Archaeology – Fading Star. Star Carr is one of the truly great sites of ancient Britain.
It has been revisited by archaeologists (the then young editor among them) more than any other excavation. The result is a eye-opening book filled with characters like Tony the Hat, a "full-on gangster" who marveled that Carr could do so much cocaine and still be fat, and comedian Tom Arnold, who met Author: Mike Kaszuba.
Starr Carr, Life in Britain after the Ice Age, by Nicky Milner, Barry Taylor, Chantal Conneller, and Tim Schadla-Hall was highly commended in the category of Best Archaeology Book at the British. STAR CARR. The Early Mesolithic site of Star Carr lies in North Yorkshire, England, 7 kilometers to the south of Scarborough, on the northern margins of an area of flat, peat-covered ground that in the early stages of the postglacial era (c.
– b.c.) was occupied by a large lake, approximately 5 kilometers by 2 kilometers in the time of occupation (during a period. Archaeologists found the pendant at the Mesolithic site of Star Carr in The team of researchers wrote in an article in Internet Archaeology: “Engraved motifs on Mesolithic pendants are extremely rare, with the exception of amber pendants from southern Scandinavia.