Further Reading

Addy, S.O. (1911). The ‘Harbour’ and Barrows at Arbour-Lows. Journal of the Derbyshire Archaeological and Natural History Society, 33, 39-58.

Arnold-Bemrose, H.H. (1904). Geological notes on Arbor Low. Journal of the Derbyshire Archaeological and Natural History Society, 26, 78-79.

Alcock, L, (1950). The Henge Monument of the Bull Ring, Dove Holes, Derbyshire. Proc Prehist Soc, 16, 81-86.

Barnatt, J. (1988). Excavations at the Bull Ring Henge, Dove Holes, Derbyshire. Derbyshire Archaeological Journal, 108, 5-20.

Barnatt, J (1990). The henges, stone circles and ringcairns of the Peak District. Sheffield Archaeological Monographs, Department of Archaeology and Prehistory, UniversityofSheffield.

Bateman, T. (1848). Vestiges of Antiquity. John Russell Smith,London.

Edmonds, M. and Seaborne, T. (2001). Prehistory in the Peak. Tempus, Stroud.

Gray, H. St George. (1903). On the excavation at Arbor Low 1901-2. Archaelogia, 38.

Harding, J. (2003). The Henge Monuments of Britain. Tempus, Stroud.

Heathcote, J.P. (1956). Arbor Low. Today, the Days of Old, and the Years of Ancient Times. 5TH Ed.

Hubbersty, H.A. (1904). The quarrying and transport of the stones. Journal of the Derbyshire Archaeological and Natural History Society, 26, 80-81.

Jewitt, L. (1870). Grave Mounds and their Contents. A Manual of Archaeology, as Exemplified in the Burials of the Celtic, Romano-British and Anglo-Saxon Periods. Groombridge & Sons, London.

Last, J. (2011). Prehistoric Henges and Circles. Free download available from: http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/publications/iha-prehistoric-henges-circles/

Martin, L. 2001a: Arbor Low, Derbyshire. Report on geophysical survey, August 1998. http://sdb2.eng-h.gov.uk/reports/arborlow.

Martin, L. 2001b: The Bull Ring, Dove Holes, Derbyshire. Report on geophysical survey, September 1998. http://sdb2.eng-h.gov.uk/reports/bullring.

Matthews, T.A. (1907). Some notes on Arbor Low and other lows in the HighPeak. Journal of the Derbyshire Archaeological and Natural History Society, 29, 103-112.

Parker Pearson, M., Pollard, J., Richards, C., Thomas, J., Tilley, C. Welham, K and Albarella, U. (2006). Materializing Stonehenge: The Stonehenge Riverside Project and New Discoveries. Journal of Material Culture, 11, 227-261.

Pegge, S. (1793). A Disquisition on the Lows or Barrows in the Peak of Derbyshire. Archaeologia, VIII, 131-148.

Pitts, M. (2000). Hengeworld. Century,London.

Pollard, J. & Reynolds, A. (2002). Avebury: the biography of a landscape. Tempus, Stroud.

Radley, J. (1968). The origin of Arbor Low henge monument. Derbyshire Archaeological Journal, 88, 100-103.

Richards, C. (1996a). Henges and water: towards an elemental understanding of monumentality and landscape in Late Neolithic Britain.  Journal of Material Culture, 1, 313-336.

Richards, C. (1996b). Monuments as landscape: creating the centre of the world in Late Neolithic Orkney. World Archaeology, 28, 190-208.

Watson, A. (2004). Monuments that made the World: performing the henge. In R J Cleal & J Pollard (Eds), Monuments and Material Culture. Papers in honour of an Avebury Archaeologist: Isobel Smith. Hobnob Press, East Knoyle. Pp 83-97.

 

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