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Dinnis, R. et al. (2019) ‘Archaeological collections from Long Hole (Gower, Swansea, UK) and their place in the British Palaeolithic’, Cave and Karst Science, 46(1), pp. 37–46.
Bickle, P. (2018) ‘Stable isotopes and dynamic diets: The Mesolithic-Neolithic dietary transition in terrestrial central Europe’, Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, 22, pp. 444–451. doi: 10.1016/j.jasrep.2018.09.017.
Hamilton, W. D. and Krus, A. M. (2018) ‘The Myths and Realities of Bayesian Chronological Modeling Revealed’, American Antiquity, 83(2), pp. 187–203. doi: 10.1017/aaq.2017.57.
Schulting, R. (2018) ‘Dietary shifts at the Mesolithic-Neolithic transition in Europe: an overview of the stable isotope data’, in The Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology of Diet. (Oxford Handbooks Online), p. 32. Available at: https://www.academia.edu/36798741/Dietary_shifts_at_the_Mesolithic-Neolithic_transition_in_Europe_an_overview_of_the_stable_isotope_data (Accessed: 4 March 2020).
Wragg Sykes, R. M. (2017) ‘Neanderthals in the Outermost West: Technological adaptation in the Late Middle Palaeolithic (re)-colonization of Britain, Marine Isotope Stage 4/3’, Quaternary International. (Cleaning up a Messy Mousterian: How to describe and interpret Late Middle Palaeolithic chrono-cultural variability in Atlantic Europe), 433, pp. 4–32. doi: 10.1016/j.quaint.2015.12.087.
Marymor, L. (2017) ‘Rock Art Studies: A Bibliographic Database: Europe_British Isles_Revised’. Available at: https://www.academia.edu/34390759/Rock_Art_Studies_A_Bibliographic_Database_Europe_British_Isles_Revised (Accessed: 27 February 2020).
Walker, E. A. (2017) Collecting the Past: Aspects of Historiography and Lithic Artefact Analysis for the Creation of Narratives for the Palaeolithic and Mesolithic Archaeology of Wales. University of Wales Trinity Saint David.
Schulting, R. J. and Borić, D. (2017) A tale of two processes of Neolithisation: southeast Europe and Britain/Ireland. Oxbow Books. Available at: https://ora.ox.ac.uk/objects/uuid:2e07808c-d2f0-46c1-bbd2-5a6a6cd88ed8 (Accessed: 28 February 2020).
Charlton, S. et al. (2016) ‘Finding Britain’s last hunter-gatherers: A new biomolecular approach to “unidentifiable” bone fragments utilising bone collagen’, Journal of Archaeological Science, 73, pp. 55–61. doi: 10.1016/j.jas.2016.07.014.
Swainston, S. (2016) ‘Palaeolithic typology and Paviland Cave’, Lithics – The Journal of the Lithic Studies Society, 0(17–18), p. 82. Available at: https://journal.lithics.org/index.php/lithics/article/view/535 (Accessed: 27 June 2020).
Ball, K. (2016) ‘Geology of the Gower Bone Caves’, South Wales Caving Club Newsletter, pp. 55–64.
George, A. (2016) Code hidden in Stone Age art may be the root of human writing, New Scientist. Available at: https://www.newscientist.com/article/mg23230990-700-in-search-of-the-very-first-coded-symbols/ (Accessed: 4 March 2020).
Nash, G. H. et al. (2016) ‘Assessing the geochemistry of possible inorganic applied pigments within Cathole Cave, Gower Peninsula, South Wales’, Proc. Univ. Bristol Spelaeol. Soc., 27(1), pp. 81–93. Available at: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/305321284_ASSESSING_THE_GEOCHEMISTRY_OF_POSSIBLE_INORGANIC_APPLIED_PIGMENTS_WITHIN_CATHOLE_CAVE_GOWER_PENINSULA_SOUTH_WALES (Accessed: 28 April 2018).
Dinnis, R., Pate, A. and Reynolds, N. (2016) ‘Mid-to-Late Marine Isotope Stage 3 mammal faunas of Britain: a new look.’, Proceedings of the Geologists’ Association, 127, pp. 435–444. Available at: https://www.academia.edu/28124827/Dinnis_R._Pate_A._and_Reynolds_N._2016._Mid-to-Late_Marine_Isotope_Stage_3_mammal_faunas_of_Britain_a_new_look._Proceedings_of_the_Geologists_Association_127_435-444 (Accessed: 14 September 2016).
Higham, Z. (2015) Interred in the Deep-delved Earth: An Analysis of Dated Human Remains From British Caves. Exam Number: B015287. University of Edinburgh. Available at: https://www.academia.edu/31139889/Interred_in_the_Deep-delved_Earth_An_Analysis_of_Dated_Human_Remains_From_British_Caves (Accessed: 28 February 2020).
Dinnis, R. (2015) ‘A survey of northwestern European Aurignacian sites and some comments regarding their potential chrono-cultural significance. In N. Ashton & C. Harris (ed.), No Stone Unturned: Papers in Honour of Roger Jacobi’, Lithics Studies Society Occasional Paper 9., pp. 59–76. Available at: https://www.academia.edu/11766075/Dinnis_R._2015._A_survey_of_northwestern_European_Aurignacian_sites_and_some_comments_regarding_their_potential_chrono-cultural_significance._In_N._Ashton_and_C._Harris_ed._No_Stone_Unturned_Papers_in_Honour_of_Roger_Jacobi_pp._59-76._Lithics_Studies_Society_Occasional_Paper_9 (Accessed: 2 April 2018).
Nash, G. H. (2015) ‘Further Possible Discoveries of Engravings within Cathole Cave, Swansea, Gower’, Proceedings of the University of Bristol Speliology Society, 26(3). Available at: https://www.academia.edu/13724102/FURTHER_POSSIBLE_DISCOVERIES_OF_ENGRAVINGS_WITHIN_CATHOLE_CAVE_SWANSEA_GOWER (Accessed: 7 July 2015).
Pettitt, R. G. (2015) Materiality in Early Bronze Age Wales. PhD thesis. University of Manchester. Available at: https://www.research.manchester.ac.uk/portal/files/54575939/FULL_TEXT.PDF (Accessed: 9 February 2018).
Walker, M. J. C. and Lowe, J. J. (2015) Reconstructing Quaternary Environments - J. John Lowe, Michael J.C Walker. 3rdEdition edn. London: Routledge. Available at: https://books.google.co.uk/books?hl=en&lr=&id=OEODBAAAQBAJ&oi=fnd&pg=PP1&dq=Reconstructing+Quaternary+Environments&ots=XA3BI5aq6g&sig=Ecj0q4trbag3VKr4lOLdwp10tv0#v=onepage&q=Reconstructing%20Quaternary%20Environments&f=false (Accessed: 24 June 2015).
Higham, T. et al. (2014) ‘The timing and spatiotemporal patterning of Neanderthal disappearance’, Nature, 512(7514), pp. 306–309. doi: 10.1038/nature13621.
Cooper, J. (2014) A window into the soul? A reappraisal of Parc Le Breos Chambered Tomb, Gower, South Wales, Academia.eud. Available at: https://www.academia.edu/6648928/A_window_into_the_soul_A_reappraisal_of_Parc_Le_Breos_Chambered_Tomb_Gower_South_Wales (Accessed: 20 June 2015).
Case, D. et al. (2014) ‘Excavations at Cathole Cave, Gower, Swansea’, UBSS Proceedings, 26(2), pp. 131–169. Available at: http://www.ubss.org.uk/resources/proceedings/vol26/UBSS_Proc_26_2_131-169.pdf (Accessed: 17 February 2016).
Schulting, R. et al. (2013) ‘Mesolithic and Neolithic Human Remains from Foxhole Cave, Gower, South Wales’, The Antiquaries Journal, 93. Available at: http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayAbstract?fromPage=online&aid=9012576 (Accessed: 19 June 2015).
Schulting, R. J. (2013) ‘On the northwestern fringes: Earlier Neolithic subsistence in Britain and Ireland as seen through faunal remains and stable isotopes’, in Colledge, S. et al. (eds) The Origins and Spread of Stock-Keeping in the Near East and Europe: Walnut Creek, California: Left Coast Press, pp. 313–338. Available at: https://www.academia.edu/4264501/On_the_northwestern_fringes_Earlier_Neolithic_subsistence_in_Britain_and_Ireland_as_seen_through_faunal_remains_and_stable_isotopes (Accessed: 27 February 2020).
Cooper, J. S. (2013) Nicholaston Long Cairn, Gower, South Wales: A Site Review, p. 16. Available at: https://www.academia.edu/4489239/Nicholaston_Long_Cairn_Gower_South_Wales_A_Site_Review (Accessed: 4 March 2020).
Dinnis, R. et al. (2013) ‘Archaeological test excavations at two caves in Bishopston Valley, Gower, South Wales, UK. The caves of Gower and of Bishopston Valley’, Transactions of the British Cave Research Association, 40(1), pp. 17–21. Available at: https://www.academia.edu/5980632/Archaeological_test_excavations_at_two_caves_in_Bishopston_Valley_Gower_South_Wales_UK._The_caves_of_Gower_and_of_Bishopston_Valley (Accessed: 19 June 2015).
Cooper, J. (2013) Paviland Revisited(or Two ‘Red Ladies’ in a crystal cave………..), Academia.edu.
Cooper, J. (2013) Cat Hole Cave, a photographic examination, Part I: The Cat’s ‘Eyes’, Academia.edu. Available at: https://www.academia.edu/4625396/Cat_Hole_Cave_a_photographic_examination_Part_I_The_Cats_Eyes (Accessed: 20 June 2015).
Beardsley, A. and Nash, G. H. (2013) ‘The Survey of Cathole Cave, Gower Peninsula, South Wales’, UBSS Proceedings, 26(1), pp. 73–83. Available at: http://www.ubss.org.uk/resources/proceedings/vol26/UBSS_Proc_26_1_73-83.pdf (Accessed: 24 June 2015).
Trigg, J. R. (ed.) (2012) Of Things Gone but not Forgotten: Essays in archaeology for Joan Taylor. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports Oxford Ltd.
Aldhouse-Green, S. (2012) ‘“Books and the Night”: Paviland, Pontnewydd and Palaeolithic Journeys’, in Trigg, J. R. (ed.) Of Things Gone but not Forgotten: Essays in archaeology for Joan Taylor. Oxford: Archaeopress (British Archaeological Report International Series, 2434), pp. 25–35.
Nash, G. H. (2012) ‘Brief note of the recent discovery of upper Palaeolithic Rock Art at Cathole Cave on the Gower Peninsula, SS 5377 9002’, Archaeology in Wales, 51, pp. 111–114.
Anon (2012) Cathole Cave, Parkmill, Coflein. Available at: http://www.coflein.gov.uk/en/site/305612/details/CATHOLE+CAVE%2C+PARKMILL/ (Accessed: 20 June 2015).
Dinnis, R. (2012) ‘The archaeology of Britain’s first modern humans’, Antiquity, 86(333), pp. 627–641. Available at: https://www.academia.edu/1845544/Dinnis_R._2012._The_archaeology_of_Britains_first_modern_humans._Antiquity_86_333_pp._627-641 (Accessed: 19 June 2015).
Dinnis, R. (2012) ‘Identification of Long Hole (Gower) as an Aurignacian site’, Lithics: The Journal of the Lithic Studies Society, 33, pp. 17–29. Available at: https://www.academia.edu/5157045/Dinnis_R._2012._Identification_of_Long_Hole_Gower_as_an_Aurignacian_site._Lithics_The_Journal_of_the_Lithics_Studies_Society_33_17-29 (Accessed: 19 June 2015).
Nash, G. H. et al. (2012) ‘A discovery of possible Upper Palaeolithic Parietal art in Cathole Cave, Gower Peninsula, South Wales’, Proceedings of the University of Bristol Speliology Society, 25(3), pp. 327–336. Available at: https://www.academia.edu/3613411/The_discovery_of_possible_Upper_Palaeolithic_Parietal_art_in_Cathole_Cave_Gower_Peninsula_South_Wales (Accessed: 19 June 2015).
Dinnis, R. (2012) ‘The timing of Aurignacian occupation of the British Peninsula’, Quartär, 59, pp. 67–83. Available at: https://www.academia.edu/2305321/Dinnis_R._2012._The_timing_of_Aurignacian_occupation_of_the_British_Peninsula._Quartär_59_67-83.
Stringer, C., Higham, T. and Douka, K. (2012) ‘Dating Europe’s oldest modern humans’, British Archaeology, pp. 24–29. Available at: https://www.academia.edu/4994340/Dating_Europes_oldest_modern_humans (Accessed: 19 June 2015).
Higham, T. et al. (2011) ‘The earliest evidence for anatomically modern humans in northwestern Europe’, Nature, 479(7374), pp. 521–524. doi: 10.1038/nature10484.
Moss, S. (2011) The secrets of Paviland Cave, the Guardian. Available at: http://www.theguardian.com/science/2011/apr/25/paviland-cave-red-lady (Accessed: 23 March 2018).
Meiklejohn, C., Chamberlain, A. and Schulting, R. (2011) ‘Radiocarbon dating of Mesolithic human remains in Great Britain’, Mesolithic Miscellany, 21(2), pp. 20–58. Available at: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/284473218_Radiocarbon_dating_of_Mesolithic_human_remains_in_Great_Britain (Accessed: 28 February 2020).
Ford, T. (ed.) (2011) Limestones and Caves of Wales. Cambridge University Press. Available at: http://www.cambridge.org/us/academic/subjects/earth-and-environmental-science/geomorphology-and-physical-geography/limestones-and-caves-wales?format=PB (Accessed: 30 June 2016).
Francis, P. (2011) ‘The Caves of Worms Head’, South Wales Caving Club Newsletter, pp. 33–34.
Davies, J. D. (2011) A History of W. Gower, Glamorganshire PT. 2. Historical Notices of the Parishes of Llanmadoc and Cheriton, PT. 3. Historical Notices of the Parishes ... the Parishes of Penrice, Oxwich & Nicholaston. Lightning Source UK Ltd.
Buckland, W. (2011) Reliquiae Diluvianae Or, Observations on the Organic Remains Contained in Caves, Fissures, and Diluvial Gravel, and on Other Geological Phenomena, Attesting the Action of an Universal Deluge. Cambridge University Press. Available at: http://ebooks.cambridge.org/ebook.jsf?bid=CBO9780511694820 (Accessed: 20 June 2015).
Oliver, N. (2011) A History of Ancient Britain. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson,. Available at: http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayAbstract?fromPage=online&aid=8698791&fulltextType=BR&fileId=S0003581512000807 (Accessed: 20 June 2015).
Dinnis, R. (2011) ‘The Paviland burin, the burin busqué and Aurignacian occupation of Britain.’, Anthropologica et Præhistorica, 122, pp. 5–17. Available at: https://www.academia.edu/1842542/Dinnis_R._2011._The_Paviland_burin_the_burin_busqu%C3%A9_and_Aurignacian_occupation_of_Britain._Anthropologica_et_Pr%C3%A6historica_122_5-17 (Accessed: 19 June 2015).
Nash, G., H. (2011) ‘Animals as landscape: Rock Art within acave on the Gower Peninsula, South Wales’, Arkeos, 29, pp. 93–105. Available at: https://www.academia.edu/1202009/2011_Nash_on_Cathole_for_Arkeos_Low_res (Accessed: 19 June 2015).
Nash, G. H. et al. (2011) ‘Rock around the Gower: Report on the exciting rock art discovery on the Gower Peninsular and what it means for the prehistory of the British Isles.’, Minerva, pp. 22–24. Available at: https://www.academia.edu/1078395/Newly_discovered_Upper_Palaeolithic_rock_art_on_the_Gower (Accessed: 19 June 2015).
Schulting, R. (2010) ‘Staying home for dinner: an isotopic approach to regionality in Mesolithic Atlantic Europe’, in. Available at: https://www.academia.edu/543743/Staying_home_for_dinner_an_isotopic_approach_to_regionality_in_Mesolithic_Atlantic_Europe (Accessed: 27 February 2020).