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No Stone Unturned Papers in Honour of Roger Jacobi

By: Nick Ashton(Editor), Claire Harris(Editor)
280 pages, 30 plates with colour illustrations
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About this book

This volume of papers is in honour of Roger Jacobi one of the great prehistorians of his generation. The papers have been written by his former students, colleagues and friends, reflecting the full breadth of his research.

Proceeds from the sale of No Stone Unturned will be used to create the Roger Jacobi Bursary, an annual award to support prehistoric research and lithic studies. The Bursary will be administered by the Lithic Studies Society.

Contents

John McNabb
Seeding the stony ground. Further insights from the stone tools found at Piltdown

Nick Ashton, Simon Lewis & Claire Harris
The distribution of early Palaeolithic sites in Britain

Matt Pope Lesley Blundell, Hannah Cutler & Beccy Scott
At the headwaters of the English Channel river: considering Late Neanderthal archaeology in the Sussex Weald

Chris Stringer
A relic of “Out of Africa” from 1984

Damian Flas
Jerzmanowician in Russia?: A cultural assessment of the blade-point assemblage from Kostenki 8, layer 1

Rob Dinnis
A survey of northwestern European Aurignacian sites and some comments regarding their potential chrono-cultural significance

Stephen Aldhouse-Green, Rob Dinnis & Elizabeth A. Walker
The nature of human activity at Cae Gwyn and Ffynnon Beuno caves and the dating of prey and predator presences

John Lewis
An earlier Upper Palaeolithic site at Heathrow, West London

Paul Pettitt, Marcy Rockman & Simon Chenery
Lithic raw materials and Final Magdalenian mobility strategies at Creswell Crags, UK: new LA-ICP-MS trace elemental analysis of lithic artefacts and their implications

Elizabeth Walker
Scratching the surface: new Late Glacial lithic artefacts from south-east Wales

Terry O'Connor & Roger Jacobi
Ossom’s Cave, Staffordshire: an Upper Palaeolithic site reconsidered

Paule Coudret & Jean-Pierre Fagnart
Recent research on the Final Palaeolithic site of Saleux , Somme, France

Chantal Conneller & Tom Higham
Dating the Early Mesolithic: new results from Thatcham and Seamer Carr

Andrew Myers
A Flint for all Seasons? Technological Organisation and Settlement Patterns in the Earlier Mesolithic of Northern England

Nick Barton & Alison Roberts
Shell beads in the Mesolithic of Britain

Martin Street & Markus Wild
Technological aspects of two Mesolithic red deer skull ‘antler frontlets’ from the German Rhineland

Clive Waddington
Mesolithic re-colonisation of Britain following the drowning of North Sea landscapes

Nicky Milner, Ed Blinkhorn, Pat Hadley & Emily Hellewell
The Meso-what? The public perception of the Mesolithic

Marcel Otte
Roger Jacobi and the Belgians!

Ian Wall
Roger Jacobi and Creswell Crags Museum

Claire Harris
The academic legacy of Roger Jacobi

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By: Nick Ashton(Editor), Claire Harris(Editor)
280 pages, 30 plates with colour illustrations
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