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The Birth of Neolithic Britain: An Interpretive Account Hardcover – 28 Nov 2013


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Julian Thomas has presented a strong and well-argued statement (Detlef Gronenborn, Antiquity)

This is a book that fizzes with new and plausible ideas that transcend the Neolithic: anyone interested in periods of momentous cultural change, such as from stone- to metal-using societies, or from Roman to Saxon, will reap rich rewards from reading this book (Chris Catling, Society of Antiquaries magazine, Salon)

very thoroughly researched ... very carefully crafted. (Joshua Pollard, British Archaeology)

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Julian Thomas is Professor of Archaeology at the University of Manchester.


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