Cave Archaeology

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  • 1055 Aberlady Cave. A. Derrick. East Lothian Life No. 57 pp 30-31 (2006)
  • 818  AMS Radiocarbon Dates for Some Extinct Scottish Mammals. A.C. Kitchener & C. Bonsall. Quaternary Newsletter No. 83 (1997) pp 1-11.
  • 144 An Analysis of Sediments from Foxhole Cave, High Wheeldon. T.J. Lawson. East Midland Geographer 8(2) (1982) pp. 38-50. 2 copies
  • 78 The Ancient Cave-men of Derbyshire
  • 817 Archaeology and the Ethnohistory of Cave Dwelling in Scotland. R. Leitch & C. Smith. From: The Human Use of Caves. Ed. C. Bonsall & C. Tolan-Smith. BAR International Series 667 (1997)  pp 122-125
  • 8 The Archaeology of Crete. J.D.S. Pendlebury (1939) [List of cave sites]
  • 1127 Archaeology and The Creag nan Uamh Bone Caves, Assynt, Highland. A. Saville. Proc. Soc. Antiq. Scot. 135, pp 343-369
  • 882 Archaeology of the Subterranean World. M. Dowd. Archaeology Ireland. Spring (2001) pp 24-29.
  • 146 Armadillo Remains from Tennessee and West Virginia Caves. J.E. Guilday, A.D. McCrady, NSS Bull. 28(4) (1966)
  • 130 Assyrian Cave Visits in the 9th Century BC. T. Shaw. Le Grotte d’Italia 4(V) (1975) pp 89-94
  • 999  The Banwell Caves. D. Irwin. Mendip Times No.4 (2005) p.37
  • 672 Behold the Stone Age. R. Hughes. Time Vol. 145 No. 6 (1995) pp. 32-42
  • 666 The Bone Caves in the Valley of Allt nan Uamh (Burn of the Caves), Near Inchnadamff, Assynt, Sutherlandshire. B.N. Peach, J. Horne, E.T. Newton. Proc. Royal Soc. Of Edinburgh Vol. 37 (1917) pp. 327-349
  • 1131 Bone-Man’s Legacy, The. G. Vines. New Scientist 11.8.07, pp 48-49 (2007)
  • 1477 Cave Archaeology in the Yorkshire & Lancashire Dales. B. Wilkin. Current Archaeology Vol.22 No.9,pp.12-19 (2011)
  • 1340 Cave Art, P.J. Ucko. Man, Myth and Magic No.15 (no date) pp. 429-435
  • 46 The Cave Bear. B. Kurton. Animal pp. 60-72
  • 1379 The Cave Churches of Cappadocia. L. Lushington. Pamphlet (no date) 7pp
  • 531 Cave Could Hold Clue to Arrival of Cavemen. D. Ross Glasgow Herald 25.3.89 (1989)
  • 1209 Cave Drawings. An Exhibition. Abbe Breuil (1954) [also No. 1569]
  • 1392 Cave Dwellers. R.M. Clay, from The Hermits and Anchorites of England (1914) pp.32-48
  • 1260 Cave Dwellers, The. I. Cullen. The Countryman Vol. 105 No.4 (2000) pp 116-118
  • 1179 Cave Dwelling. New Evidence from the West. K. Hardy & D.H. Caldwell. History Scotland Vol.9 No.2, pp 14-19 (2009)
  • 1446 Cave Dwellings on Mendip. P. Hendy. Mendip Times Vol.7 No.11, pp 64-65 (2012)
  • 1382 The Cave Dwellings of the Old and New Worlds. J.W. Fewkes. American Anthropologist Vol.12 (1910) pp. 390-416
  • 1612 Cave Excavations in East Fife. A.J.B. Wace et al. Proc Soc. Antiq. Scot. Vol.45, pp. 233-255 (1913)
  • 1099 Cave Exploration. Early Man and the Ice Ages in Northern England. A. King (1993)
  • 1137 Cave Hunting in the Peaks. A Conservation Audit of Archaeological Cave Resources. H. Holderness. Archaeology and Conservation in Derbyshire. 2004/5. pp 10-11(2005)
  • 929 Caves of the Thousand Buddhas, The. F. & J. Shor. National Geographic Vol. XCIX No.3 (1951) pp. 383-415
  • 55 Cave Sediments and Calcite. Mallorca. Field Report. Nat. Mus. Antiqu. Scot. (1977)
  • 38 Cave Sediments. Mallorca. Field Report. Nat. Mus. Antiq. Scot. (1977)
  • 145 Caves With Bones in Somerset. W. Buckland. From: Reliquiae Diluvianae (1823) pp. 57-61;164-65
  • 1498 Caves Near St. Asaph.  T. McK. Hughes. Nature Vol III (1871) p.327
  • 1037 The Changed Route of the Grand Arch Stream, Jenolan - More Evidence. T. Shaw. ‘Jenolan Arch’ Helictite Vol. 28 No.1,pp 15-17 (1990)
  • 1012  Chase a Rabbit and Discover a Cave (Aveline’s Hole) D. Irwin. Mendip Times No.6 (2005) p.34
  • 1391 Chauvet Cave. J. Clottes. Nat. Geographic Vol.200 No.2 (2001)pp. 104-121
  • 492 The Christ of Davaar Island. P.C. Blane
  • 496 Cleaves Cove, Dalry, Ayrshire. J. Smith. Archae. & Hist. Collections Relating to Ayrshire and Galloway VI (1889) pp 1-16. 2 copies
  • 1227 Como se Descubrio el Arte. J.R. Navano. Muy Interesante No.33 pp. 28-32 (1984)
  • 911 Cove Harbour. A. Graham. Proc. Soc. Antiq. Scot. Vol. XCVII (1963-64) pp 212-225 +illus. (1966)
  • 1460 The Creag nan Uamh Caves, Sutherland. C. McNeish Scottish Walks, Spring (2013) pp. 50-51.
  • 1553 Creswell, Cheddar and Paviland. R. Charles (date unknown) Current Archaeology No. 160, pp. 131-135
  • 1432 Creswell Crags Inspiring Stories, Amazing Discoveries, Stunning Landscape, Incredible History, Exciting Experiences, Fantastic Adventures. Creswell Crags Heritage Trust (no date) 67pp.
  • 554 Creswell Crags Visitor Centre Resource Collections: A User’s Guide. Occasional Report No. 3
  • 1165 Creswell Crags. Young Roots Project ‘A Place For Living’ (no date)
  • 1206 Cultes de Sommets et Cultes de Cavernes en Crete. P. Faure. Bulletin de Correspondance hellenique (1963) pp 493-508
  • 1604 Death, Decapitation and Display? The Bronze and Iron Age Human Remains from the Sculptor's Cave, Covesea, N.E. Scotland. I. Armit et al, Proc. The Prehistoric Society Vol.77, pp. 251-278. (2011)
  • 553 Death of a Wolf. Creswell Crags Visitor Centre Report No. 3
  • 43 Decouvertes Traceologiques Concernant la Presence de l’Homme et de l’Ours de Cavernes dans la Grotte ‘Ciurului-Izbuc’ des Monts Padurea Craiului. I. Viehmann, G. Racovita, C. Riscutia. Academie de la Republique Socialiste de Romanie. Livre du Centenaire Emile Racovitza (1970) pp. 521-527
  • 1096 Descriptive Account of the Bone Cavern, Brixham. The Geological Society (1858)
  • 5 The Dictean Cave. D.G. Hogarth. Annual Report of the British School at Athens. Vol. 6 (1906) pp 94-116
  • 499 Dirk Hatterick’s Cave. A. McCormick. Trans  Dumfries and Galloway Nat. Hist. & Antiq. Soc. Series III  XIII (1926) pp. 228-233
  • 1476 Drawings from the Dawn of Time, P. Burnat. Reader's Digest March 1993,pp.82-86.(1993)
  • 84 Earliest Record of Man’s Presence in Britain. M.J. Bishop. Nature 253 No. 5487 (1975)
  • 515 Early Settlement in Scotland: The Evidence from Reindeer Cave, Assynt. T. Lawson, C. Bonsall. Quaternary Newsletter 49 (1986) pp. 1-7
  • 1228 ESR-Dating of the Fossil Hominid Cranium from Petralona Cave, Greece. G.J. Hennig et al. Nature Vol. 292 pp 533-536.(1981)
  • 1429Ein Streifzug Durch Schottische Hohlen, F. Lindenmayr (no date), 1619. Evidence of Human Sacrifice in Seacliff Cave, Scotland. N.F. Layard. Proc. Prehistoric Soc. of East Anglia Vol.7 Part 3 pp 399-401 (1933)
  • 1437 The Excavation of Four Caves in the Geodha Smoo near Durness, Sutherland. T. Pollard et al. Scottish Archaeological Internet Report No.18 Soc. Antiq. Scot. 56pp (2005)
  • 1606 The Excavation of the Sculptor's Cave, Covesea, Morayshire. S. Benton. Proc Soc. Antiq. Scot. Vol. LXV, pp. 177-216. (1931)
  • 904 Excavation of Torrs Cave, Kirkcudbright. (1937) S.V. Morris. Proc. Soc. Antiq. Scot. 1937 pp 415-430
  • 650 Excavations at Kilmelfort Cave, Argyll. J.M. Coles. Proc. Soc. Antiq. Scot. 113 (1983) pp. 11-21
  • 1595 Excavations in the Orbryan Caves, Devonshire. A. Rosenfeld. Devon Archaeological Exploration Soc. Trans No.22, pp 3-26 (1964)
  • 570 Exploring the Mind of Ice Age Man. A. Marshak. National Geographic Vol. 147 No.1 (1975) pp. 64-89 [also 1344]
  • 856 Exploring Royston Cave (Herts.) S.P. Beamon (1998)
  • 1395 Faces of the Divine. T. O’Neill. Nat. Geographic Jan (2008) pp. 122-139
  • 458 Field Archaeology. Notes for Beginners. HMSO (1951)
  • 1417 The First Modern Human in Britain. Kent's Cavern [+ 2 other articles] P. Pettite & M. White. Current Archaeology Vol. XXII No.10 pp. 12-21 (2012)
  • 637 The Flandrian Palaeoenvironmental History of Smoo Cave, Sutherland: Faunal and Sedimentological Evidence. C.P. Gleed-Owen. Coventry Polytechnic (1992)
  • 1023 1.Fouilles et Decouvertes Archeologiques a la Grotte de Han. M.E. Pierpont. 2. Les Stations Palaeolithique de Goyet. M.H. Angelroth.  XVIth Congres International d’Anthrolopolie et d’Archaeologie Prehistorique. 
  • 126 Found - The Oldest Welshman’s Tooth. New Scientist 7.1.82 (1982) p.4
  • 1197 France’s Magical Cave Art. J. Clottes. National Geographic Vol. 200 No.2 pp. 104-121 (2001)
  • 632 Further Radiocarbon Determination on Reindeer Remains of Middle and Late Devensian Age from the Creag nan Uamh caves, Assynt. N.A. Murray, C. Bonsall, A.G. Sutherland, T.J. Lawson, A.C. Kitchener. Quaternary Newsletter 70 (1993) pp. 1-10
  • 957 Gilmerton Cove & the Cave of Thorns. D. Stevenson. (Letter) History Scotland, July/Aug. (2004) p.10
  • 746 Glassknapper’s Cave, Antler Cave and Wet Weather Cave, Durness. T. Pollard. Discovery and Excavation in Scotland 1995. Council for Scottish Archaeology (1995)950 High Pasture Cave. Steven Birch. Teachd an Tír (SNH Newspaper) No. 20 pp 6-7.
  • 1549  Gone Digging.  P. Richards (1998) The Cambridge Alumni Magazine, Easter 1998, pp. 16-18
  • 1200 Grottes Sacrees de la Creet, Les. P. Faure. Revue de l-histoire des Religions, pp. 121-123.
  • 1108 Hidden Jordan: Caving into the Copper Age. N. Seeley. Current World Archaeology Vol. 3 No.1 (No.25) (2007)pp 23-30
  • 1517 Hidden World of the Great War, The. E. Hadingham (2014) National Geographic Vol.226 No.2, pp. 116-129
  • 1095 High Pasture Cave. T. Williams. Scots Magazine New Series Vol. 167 No.3 (2007) pp240-244
  • 1490 Historic Gilmerton, D.M. Skinner, (un-dated, c. 1974) 16pp.
  • 1488 Historical Sketch of Cove House and King Robert the Bruce's Cave, Kirkpatrick-Fleming, J.G. Ritchie.15pp (no date)
  • 1431 Ice Age Art at Creswell Crags. Creswell Crags Heritage Trust (no date) 10pp.
  • 1254 In China’s Fangshan Geopark. C. Burek. Earth Heritage No.30 (2008) pp. 20-21
  • 1394 In Search of Cave Hermitages. C. Hardyment. Country Life (1983) pp, 38-42
  • 1426 Inchnadamph National Nature Reserve: An Archaeological Survey for SNH. J. Harden, 14pp. (1994)
  • 1125 Joint Mitnor Cave. William Pengelly Cave Studies Trust (1982)
  • 738 La Grotte de la Comb d’Arc. Science and Vie/Paris Match.Special Edition (1995)
  • 673 Kent’s Cavern: Its Testimony to the Antiquity of Man. W. Pengelly. Glasgow (1876)
  • 12 Lascaux Cave, Cradle of World Art. N. Casteret. Nat. Geog. Mag. Vol. XCIV No. 6 (1948) pp. 771-794
  • 1346 Life 8,000 Year Ago Uncovered in an Alabama Cave. C.F. Miller. Nat. Geographic Vol. CX No.4 (1956) pp 542-558
  • 493 Long Hidden Treasures on the East Coast of Fife. J. Patrick. The Reliquary and Illus. Archaeologist 13 (1905) pp. 189-193
  • 259 Maya Art Treasures Discovered in Cave. G.E. Smart. Nat. Geographic 160(2) (1981) pp. 220-235
  • 1150 Mesolithic Engravings at Cheddar Gorge. G. Mullan. Current Archaeology Issue 199 (2005) pp. 360-361
  • 29 Mid Argyll: Archaeological Survey, 1961-62 (1962)
  • 1504 Middle and Late Devensian Radiocarbon Dates from the Uamh an Claonaite Cave System in Assynt. T.J. Lawson, A.C. Kitchener, I.R. Young, S. Birch. Quaternary Newsletter Vol.133 (2014)pp4-10
  • 544 The Mysteries of the Wemyss Caves. D.R.P. McIntosh. Scotland’s Magazine 71(4) (1975) pp 14-16
  • 801 Mysterious Find in the ‘Piper’s Cave’, Campletown.  (1944-56) Various Newspaper Reports
  • 1601 Mystery Man (Homo naledi) J. Shreeve, National Geographic Vol. 228 No.4 pp.30-57. (2012)
  • 1499 Nant-y-Graig Cave. C.E. Davies. Llandudno, Colwyn Bay and District Field Club, Proceedings Vol. XXI (1948) pp 19-20
  • 1007 New Evidence for the Occurrence of Eurasian Lynx (Lynx Lynx) in Medieval Britain. D.A. Hetherington, T.C. Lord, R.M. Jacobi. Journal of Quaternary Science. In press (2005) pp.5
  • 1133 New Evidence for the Occurrence of Eurasian Lynx in Medieval Britain. D.A. Hetherington, T.C. Lord, R.M. Jacobi. Journal of Quaternary Science Vol.21 No.1 pp. 3-8 (2006)
  • 940 The Niah Cave, Sarawak, Borneo. N. Faulkner. World Archaeology No.2 (2003) pp 33-43
  • 514 The 1926-27 Excavations of the Creag nan Uamh Bone Caves, Near Inchnadamph, Sutherland. T.J. Lawson. Proc. Soc. Antiq. Scot. III (1981) pp. 7-20. 2 copies
  • 961 Noah’s Ark Archaeology [High Pasture Cave] Anon. Historic Scotland Magazine, (Autumn 2004) pp 29-30.
  • 1363 Note on the Occurrence of Adobes in Cliff-Dwellings. J.W. Fewkes. American Anthropologist Vol.12 (1910) pp. 434-436
  • 604 Notes on Prehistoric Man in Egypt and the Lebanon. W. Dawson. Victoria Institute. Philosophical Society of Great Britain (1886)
  • 494 Notes on the Sculptured Caves Near Dysart in Fife. C. MacLagan. Proc. Scot. Antiq. Scot. II (1876) pp 107-120
  • 505 Notice of the Excavation of St. Medan’s Cave and Chapel, Kirkmaiden, Wigtonshire. R. Trotter. Arch. & Hist. Collections Relating to Ayrshire and Galloway VI (1889) pp. 17-30
  • 504 Notice of the Further Excavations of St. Ninian’s Cave, Glasserton, Wigtonshire. H. Eustace-Maxwell. Arch & Hist. Collections Relating to Ayrshire and Galloway VI (1889) pp. 34-37
  • 1415 Nottingham Underground. D. Strange-Walker & J. Clarke. Current Archaeology No. 260 (2011) pp. 34-41
  • 94 Object Enigmatique (Nucleus? Rabot? Couperet?) du Solutreen de Lacave (Lot). A. Vire. Bull. Soc. Prehistorique Francais No. 9 pp. 1-3
  • 1463 On Reindeer Bones and Other Mammalian Bones Discovered in a Rock Fissure at Green Craig, Pentland Hills. J. Simpson & J. Henderson. Trans. Edin. Geol. Soc. Vol.V pp. 294-304 (1888)
  • 95 l’Oppidum de Biars,Commune d’Arcambal (Lot). A. Vire. Bull. Soc. Prehistorique Francais 12 (1929) pp 3-4.
  • 1120 Observations on the Pre-Neolithic Industries of Scotland. Abbé H. Breuil. Proc. Soc. Antiq. Scot. Vol. 56 pp 261-281
  • 512 On a Newly Discovered Bone Cave in Derbyshire. J.C. Cox, The Reliquary Vol.II No.4, pp. 237-239 (1888) 1625. On Rains Cave, Longcliffe, Derbyshire. J. Ward. The Reliquary Vol. III No.1, pp. 14-24 (1889) 1626 The Palaeolithic in Scotland: A Reconsideration of Evidence from Reindeer Cave, Assynt. T.J. Lawson, C. Bonsall in The Palaeolithic of Britain and Its Nearest Neighbours. Recent Trends (1986) pp. 85-89
  • 1155  Paviland Cave and the ‘Red Lady’ New Research. S. Aldhouse-Green in Art, Ritual and Death in Pre-History. National Museum of Wales (1996)
  • 1229 Petralona Cave Dating Controversy. G.J. Hennig et al. Nature Vol.299 pp 280-282. (1982)
  • 133 Pontewydd Cave in Wales - A New Middle Pleistocene Hominid Site. H.S. Green et al Nature Vol. 294 (1981) pp.707-713
  • 667. Preliminary Note on the Discoery of a Bone Cave at the Island of Colonsay. S. Grieve, Proc. Soc. Antiq. Scot. Vol.14 (1879-80) pp. 318-24. 1627. Preliminary Report on Caves Containing Palaeolithic Relics, Near Inchnadamph, Sutherland. J.G. Callander, J.E. Cree, J. Ritchie. Proc. Soc. Antiq. Scot. Vol. 59 (1927) pp. 169-172
  • 1136 Realising the Potential of Crswell Crags. I. Wall. Archaeology and Conservation in Derbyshire. Issue 5 (2008) pp 14-15.
  • 676 A Recently Discovered Skeleton in Scoska Cave, Littondale. J.B. Barnes, H. Brodick. Southport Society of Natural Science. 11th Report 1905-06 (1906) pp. 52-55
  • 510 Reindeer in the Scottish Quaternary. T.J. Lawson. Quaternary Newsletter 42 (1984) pp. 1-7. 2 copies
  • 534 Research Race on to Find the First Scots. M. Beith. The Scotsman 8.5.89 (1989) p.9.
  • 903 Rock Cut Symbols in Caiplie Cave. J.E.L. Murray. Proc. Soc. Antiq. Scot. 1960-61 pp 324-25
  • 1388 Rock Drawings of the East Turkish Mountains. M. Uyanik. Illus. London News Jan (1974) 2pp
  • 1236 The Rosemarkie Caves. J. Wood. Highland Archaeological Services (2009)3pp
  • 491 St. Fillan’s Cave, Pittenweem
  • 1410 St Ninian’s Cave. H.E.Maxwell. Archaeological Collections of  Ayrshire and Galloway. (Copy 28 of 400), pp. 1-8 + 10 plates.
  • 1613 St. Ninian's Cave. C.A.R. Radford. Dumfries & Galloway Natural History and Archaeological Society Trans. 3rd Series Vol. XXVIII  2pp. (1951)
  • 872 Saving the Ajanta [Caves] G. Irani. Jetwings Magazine. Feb 2000 pp.40-46.
  • 500 Sculptured Caves of East Wemyss. J. Patrick. Reliquary and Illustrated Archaeologist. Vol. 11 (1905) pp. 73-84; 249-263; Vol. 12 pp. 37-47; Vol. 13 pp. 189-193
  • 1462 Secrets of the Maya. A. Guillermoprieto. National Geographic Vol.224 No.2 pp. 99-121 (2013) [+ Braving Caves. A.R. Williams pp. 122-123]
  • 980 Settle Cave Exploration. (Victoria Cave) Annual Reports and Accounts for 1871 (1871)
  • 975 Settle Cave Exploration (Victoria Cave). Annual Reports and Accounts for 1877 and 1878. J. Birkbeck & R.H. Tiddeman (1878)
  • 7 Skulls From Cave Burials at Zakro, Crete. W. Boyd Dawkins. Annual Report of the British School at Athens Vol. 7 (1906) pp. 150-155
  • 843. Skye Time Cave. M. Wildgoose. Forest Life No.14 (Season 1998-99) p. 15
  • 633 Smoo Cave. T. Pollard. Report by Glasgow University Archaeological Research Division
  • 296 Some Caves and a Rock Shelter at Loch Ryan and Port Patrick, Galloway. J.W. Gregory, J. Ritchie, W.Q. Kennedy, D. Leitch. Proc. Soc.Antiq. Scot. 6th Series LXIV (IV) (1930)
  • 47 Spanish Levantine Rock Art. M.J. Walker Man 6(4) (1971) pp. 553-589
  • 1203 Speleologie et Topographie Cretoises. P. Faure. Bulletin de Correspondance hellenique (1958)pp 495-515
  • 1409 A Survey of the Caves of Bute and the Cumbraes. D.N. Marshall. Buteshire Natural History Society, pp. 113-118
  • 74 Les Traces de Vie des l’Ours des Cavernes (Ursus Spelaeus) dans le Grottes de Roumanie. I. Viehmann. L’Institute de Speleologie ‘Emile Racovitza’ (1971) pp. 451-461
  • 1409. A Survey of the Caves of Bute and the Cumbraes. D.N. Marshall (c. 1938) Buteshire Natural History Society. Pp. 113-118.
  • 116 Treasure Caves of Sahara History. R. Littell Reader’s Digest Oct 1958 (1958) pp. 129-138
  • 688 20,000 Year Old Treasure Trove Found in France. Hello Magazine No. 342 (1995) pp. 56-59
  • 920 Uamh an Ard Achaidh. Deposits of Bone Breccia. A preliminary Report. S. Birch (2002)
  • 1130 Uamh an Claonaite. Project Design for the Removal of Animal Bones from Claonaite Seven. S. Birch, T. Lawson, I. Young & A. Kitchener. 25pp (2008)
  • 551 Ulva Cave: Excavation Report No.1 C. Bonsall, D.G. Sutherland, T.J. Lawson. Univ. Of Edinburgh Archaeology Dept. (1987)
  • 921 Underground. Special 4-page feature. N. Bennett, N. Parkinson, D. Jenkins, T. Lawson. Earth Heritage No.12 pp. 14-17 (1999)
  • 1164 Upland Caves Network. Arts and Humanities Research Council, Information Sheet (no date)
  • 20 The Wemyss Caves, Fife. E.W. Mackie, J.M. Glaister. Kirkcaldy Museums & Art Gallery (1981)
  • 1611 Wemyss Caves, Fife. Archaeological Evaluation and Assessment of Results. Wessex Archaeology Report 55754.01. 57pp. (2005)

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