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      Early Upper Palaeolithic archaeology at Beedings, West Sussex: new contexts for Pleistocene archaeology

      Archaeology International
      Ubiquity Press, Ltd.
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            Journal
            Archaeology International
            AI
            Ubiquity Press, Ltd.
            2048-4194
            1463-1725
            October 02 2007
            : 11
            : 1
            : 33-36
            Article
            10.5334/ai.1110
            e9ceb438-0f84-485b-a1ad-f7623b241150
            © 2007
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            Archaeology,Cultural studies

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            1. excavated at Glaston in Rutland. 6 Here a context of similar finds from the British small collection of stone tools, including Isles”, Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society a leaf point with technological affinities 73, 229–325, 2007. to the Beedings assemblage, was found 2 R. M. Jacobi, “The contents of Dr Harley’s

            2. Pleistocene, while fissures in the limestone affinities of the Beedings material and of Portland have also produced Pleistocene distribution of the LRJ see R. M. Jacobi, faunal assemblages. These sites, many “A collection of Early Upper Palaeolithic yet to be reexamined through modern artefacts from Beedings, near Pulborough fieldwork, offer the potential, outside of and the context of similar finds from the upland karstic landscapes for localized British Isles”, Proceedings of the Prehistoric structural features to act as preservational Society 73, 229–325, 2007.

            3. has arisen the need for the immediate and 5 E. T. Newton, “The Vertebrate Fauna proper consideration of this resource, in collected by Mr. Lewis Abbott from the terms of future management, development Fissure near Ightham, Kent”, Quarterly control and targeted prospective field Journal of the Geological Society 50, 188–

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