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  1. The Ice Man 6 items
    1. The Iceman and his natural environment: palaeobotanical results - Bortenschlager, Sigmar, Oeggl, Klaus c2000

      Book 

    2. Europe in the Neolithic: the creation of new worlds - Whittle, A. W. R., Whittle, A. W. R. 1996

      Book 

    3. An archaeology of people: dimensions of Neolithic life - Whittle, A. W. R. 2003

      Book 

  2. Core Reading 16 items
    1. Death in England: an illustrated history - Jupp, Peter, Gittings, Clare 1999

      Book Core

    2. Burial & society: the chronological and social analysis of archaeological burial data - Claus Kjeld Jensen, Karen Høilund Nielsen c1997

      Book Core

    3. Bereavement and commemoration: an archaeology of mortality - Tarlow, Sarah 1999

      Book Core

    4. Ethics and burial archaeology | ebook - Duncan Sayer 2017 (electronic resource)

      Book Core

    5. Ethics and burial archaeology - Sayer, Duncan 2010

      Book Core

    6. The palaeolithic origins of human burial - Paul Pettitt 2011

      Book Core

    7. Human remains in archaeology: a handbook - Roberts, Charlotte A., Council for British Archaeology 2012

      Book Core

    8. The Anglo-Saxon way of death: burial rites in early England - Lucy, Sam 2000

      Book 

    9. Paviland cave and the 'Red Lady': a definitive report - Aldhouse-Green, Stephen, National Museum of Wales 2000

      Book Core

    10. The archaeology of death and burial - Parker Pearson, Michael 2003

      Book Core

    11. The Archaeology of Death and Burial (Pearson) - UCLan Bookshare

      Book Core This digitised book is for visually impaired students only.

    12. Archaeologies of remembrance: death and memory in past societies - Williams, Howard, Theoretical Archaeology Group (England) 2003

      Book Core

  3. Pagan and Christian Cemeteries 18 items
    1. The Anglo-Saxon way of death: burial rites in early England - Lucy, Sam 2000

      Book 

    2. Burial in early medieval England and Wales - Lucy, Sam, Reynolds, Andrew, Society for Medieval Archaeology 2002

      Book 

    3. Early medieval mortuary practices - Semple, Sarah, Williams, Howard 2007

      Book 

    4. Death and memory in early medieval Britain - Howard Williams 2006 (electronic resource)

      Book 

    5. Death and memory in early medieval Britain - Williams, Howard 2006

      Book 

    6. Burial in later Anglo-Saxon England, c.650-1100 AD - Buckberry, Jo, Cherryson, Annia 2010

      Book 

    7. The archeology of Reformation 1480-1580: papers given at the Archeology of Reformation Conference, February 2001 - Gaimster, David R. M., Gilchrist, Roberta, Archaeology of Reformation Conference, Society for Medieval Archaeology 2003

      Book 

    8. Death in medieval England: an archaeology - Hadley, D. M. 2001

      Book 

    9. Death and burial in medieval England, 1066-1550 | ebook - Daniell, Christopher, ebrary, Inc 1997 (electronic resource)

      Book 

    10. Death and burial in medieval England, 1066-1550 - Christopher Daniell 1998

      Book 

    11. Bereavement and commemoration: an archaeology of mortality - Tarlow, Sarah 1999

      Book 

    12. The archaeology of post-medieval religion - King, Chris, Sayer, Duncan 2011

      Book 

  4. Bog Bodies 6 items
    1. Grauballe man: an Iron Age bog body revisited - Asingh, Pauline, Lynnerup , Niels 2007

      Book 

    2. The bog man and the archaeology of people - Brothwell, D. R., British Museum 1986

      Book 

    3. The bog people: iron-age man preserved - Glob, Peter Vilhelm, Bruce-Mitford, Rupert 1969

      Book 

    4. The buried soul: how humans invented death - Taylor, Timothy 2008

      Book 

    5. Dating bog bodies by means of C-AMS - J VANDERPLICHT, W VANDERSANDEN, A AERTS, H STREURMAN 04/2004

      Article 

  5. Human Remians in Global Politics 18 items
    1. Collecting the dead: archaeology and the reburial issue - Fforde, Cressida 2004

      Book 

    2. The dead and their possessions: repatriation in principle, policy and practice - Fforde, Cressida, Hubert, Jane, Turnbull, Paul 2004

      Book  Read Chapter: Collection, repatriation and identity - available in ebook above

    3. The Dead and Their Possessions : Repatriation in Principle, Policy and Practice | ebook 2002

      Book  Read Chapter: Thornton, R. (2002) ‘Repatriation as healing the wounds of the trauma of history: cases of Native Americans in the United States of America’,

    4. The dead and their possessions: repatriation in principle, policy and practice - Fforde, Cressida, Hubert, Jane, Turnbull, Paul 2004

      Book  Read Chapter: Thornton, R. (2002) ‘Repatriation as healing the wounds of the trauma of history: cases of Native Americans in the United States of America’, - available in ebook above

  6. Ethics and Archaeology UK reading 11 items
    1. Ethics and burial archaeology | ebook - Duncan Sayer 2017 (electronic resource)

      Book Core

    2. Ethics and burial archaeology - Sayer, Duncan 2010

      Book Core

    3. The archaeology of death and burial - Parker Pearson, Michael 2003

      Book Core Read Chapter 8

    4. Human remains in archaeology: a handbook - Roberts, Charlotte A., Council for British Archaeology 2009

      Book Core Read chapter 2

    5. BBC - Podcasts - Material World: Stem cell trials, Archaeology & human remains, Interplanetary encounters: 14 Oct 2010

      Audio document  Scroll down to Oct 14 2010 to listen. This is a radio interview about the Human Remains Issue

    6. ‘Ancestors of us all - Smith, M. & Mays, S. ( 2007

      Article 

  7. Caves and Neolithic human remains in Britain 11 items
    1. The Later Iron Age in Britain and beyond - Haselgrove, Colin, Moore, Tom c2007

      Book 

    2. Carr, G. & Knüsel, C. 1997. The ritual framework of excarnation by exposure as the mortuary practice of the early and middle Iron Ages of central southern Britain

      Chapter  Currently out of print, library unable to obtain a copy for stock & British Library unable to supply digitised chapter. The book can be requested via the inter library loan service.

    3. Forensic taphonomy: the postmortem fate of human remains - William D. Haglund, Marcella H. Sorg c2006 (electronic resource)

      Book Further

    4. Forensic taphonomy: the postmortem fate of human remains - Haglund, William D., Sorg, Marcella H. c1997

      Book Further

    5. Social memory and ritual performance - R. Peterson 01/06/2013

      Article 

    6. Digitised resources 1 item
      1. Deviant burial in the archaeological record - Murphy, Eileen M. 2008

        Book  Read Digitised Chapter 3: Leach, S. 2008. Odd One Out? Earlier Neolithic deposition of human remains in caves and rock shelters in the Yorkshire Dales; pp 35-56, available via Online link.

  8. Interpersonal Violence in the British Neolithic 6 items
    1. Digitised resources 1 item
      1. Skeletal evidence and contexts of Violence in the European Mesolithic and Neolithic - Schulting, R. 2009

        Article Further Digitised extract available via Online link.

    2. Ancient warfare - Carman, John, Harding, A. F. 2009

      Book 

    3. Warfare, violence and slavery in prehistory: proceedings of a Prehistoric Society conference at Sheffield University - Pearson, Michael Parker, Thorpe, I. J. N., Prehistoric Society (London, England) 2005

      Book 

  9. Gladiators 4 items
    1. Burials, bodies and beheadings in Romano-British and Anglo-Saxon cemeteries Bulletin of the British Museum: - Harman, M, Molleson, T.I., Price, J.L.

      Book  This is out of print, Mick Wysocki may have a copy

    2. Romano-British cemeteries at Cirencester - McWhirr, Alan, Viner, Linda, Wells, Calvin, Cirencester Excavation Committee 1982

      Book 

  10. When Does Burial Begin 10 items
    1. Paviland cave and the 'Red Lady': a definitive report - Aldhouse-Green, Stephen, National Museum of Wales 2000

      Book 

    2. Digitised resources 2 items
      1. Histories of old ages: essays in honour of Rhys Jones - Anderson, Atholl, Jones, Rhys, Lilley, Ian, O'Connor, Sue c2001

        Book  Read Digitised Chapter: The colonisations and visitations of Wales by Neanderthals and modern humans in the Later Pleistocene pp225 -235, available via Online link.

      2. When Burial Begins - Pettitt, Paul 2002

        Article Further

    3. The palaeolithic societies of Europe - Gamble, Clive 1999

      Book Further

    4. The Palaeolithic origins of human burial - Paul Pettitt 2011 (electronic resource)

      Book 

    5. The palaeolithic origins of human burial - Pettitt, Paul 2010

      Book 

    6. Neanderthals in Wales: Pontnewydd and the Elwy Valley caves | ebook - Stephen Aldhouse-Green, Rick Peterson, Elizabeth A. Walker c2012 (electronic resource)

      Book 

    7. Neanderthals in Wales: Pontnewydd and the Elwy Valley caves - Aldhouse-Green, Stephen, Peterson, Rick, Walker, Elizabeth A., National Museum of Wales c2012

      Book 

  11. Recently added items 13 items
    1. The archaeology of caves in Ireland - Marion Dowd 2015

      Book 

    2. Prehistoric hunter-gatherers: the emergence of cultural complexity - Brown, James A., Price, T. Douglas c1985

      Book 

    3. The city Bunhill burial ground, Golden Lane, London: excavations at South Islington schools, 2006 - Connell, Brian, Miles, Adrian, Museum of London c2010

      Book 

    4. New Bunhill Fields burial ground, Southwark: excavations at Globe Academy, 2008 - Miles, Adrian, Connell, Brian, Museum of London 2012

      Book 

    5. Late 17th- to 19th-century burial and earlier occupation at All Saints, Chelsea Old Church, Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea - Cowie, Robert, Bekvalac, Jelena, Kausmally, Tania, Museum of London c2008

      Book 

    6. Burial & society: the chronological and social analysis of archaeological burial data - Jensen, Claus Kjeld, Nielsen, Karen Høilund c1997

      Book 

    7. Bioarchaeological and forensic perspectives on violence: how violent death is interpreted from skeletal remains | ebook - American Association of Physical Anthropologists. Annual meeting 2014, ©2014 (electronic resource)

      Book