Princeton University Library Catalog
- Johnson, Neal, 1967- [Browse]
- Oxford, UK : BAR Publishing, 2017.
- xv, 160 pages : illustrations, maps (some color), plans (some color) ; 30 cm.
- BAR British series ; 632. [More in this series]
- Summary note
- "This research focuses on the Early Bronze Age round barrows of the central and northern Anglo-Welsh borderlands. Contextualisation of the barrows is provided by a discussion of the archaeology of the Late Neolithic and Early Bronze Age in the study area. Existing classificatory schemes for barrows and cairns are critically analysed, and the variety of taphonomic factors that are likely to have influenced the distribution of these monuments today is reviewed. The topographical context of a series of barrow clusters is examined in detail to demonstrate subtle but important differences in how these monuments were placed in the landscape. The study provides theoretical insights into the role of barrows and cairns. These are seen not solely as mortuary monuments, but as 'interventions' in the landscape that gave material form to particular social concerns through the manipulation of significant materials in special places."--Back cover (page 4 of cover).
- Originally presented as the author's thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Worcester, 2015.
- Bibliographic references
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 143-160).
- The study in context -- Beyond the barrow : the Late Neolithic and Early Bronze Age in the Borderlands -- Round barrows in the Borderlands : distribution and morphology -- Investigating round barrow clusters. Cluster A : Moel Ty-uchaf, Clwyd ; Cluster B : Cefn Penagored, Clwyd ; Cluster C : Corndon Hill, Powys ; Cluster D : the Long Mynd, Shropshire ; Cluster E : Banc Gorddwr, Powys ; Cluster F : Radnor Forest, Powys ; Cluster G : Walton Basin, Powys ; Cluster H : Upper House, Powys ; Cluster I : Begwyns, Powys -- A pair of round barrows -- A time and a place for round barrows.
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