The Mesolithic of the River Bann

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Abstract

The Bann has played a crucial role in understanding the human colonisation of Ireland. This chapter summarises the earliest occupation of the Bann/Lough Neagh catchment, emphasising the value of interdisciplinary, geoarchaeological approaches when developing interpretations of Mesolithic lifeways and predicting where new sites may be found.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationLate Quaternary Landscape Evolution, Palaeoenvironments and Human Occupation in the North of Ireland
PublisherQuaternary Research Association
EditionINQUA 2019 Field Guide
Publication statusAccepted - 2019

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NameQRA Field Guides
PublisherQuaternary Research Association

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Basell, L., Perkins, J., & Small, J. (Accepted/In press). The Mesolithic of the River Bann. In Late Quaternary Landscape Evolution, Palaeoenvironments and Human Occupation in the North of Ireland (INQUA 2019 Field Guide ed.). (QRA Field Guides). Quaternary Research Association.
Basell, Laura ; Perkins, James ; Small, Jonathan. / The Mesolithic of the River Bann. Late Quaternary Landscape Evolution, Palaeoenvironments and Human Occupation in the North of Ireland. INQUA 2019 Field Guide. ed. Quaternary Research Association, 2019. (QRA Field Guides).
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Basell, L, Perkins, J & Small, J 2019, The Mesolithic of the River Bann. in Late Quaternary Landscape Evolution, Palaeoenvironments and Human Occupation in the North of Ireland. INQUA 2019 Field Guide edn, QRA Field Guides, Quaternary Research Association.

The Mesolithic of the River Bann. / Basell, Laura; Perkins, James; Small, Jonathan.

Late Quaternary Landscape Evolution, Palaeoenvironments and Human Occupation in the North of Ireland. INQUA 2019 Field Guide. ed. Quaternary Research Association, 2019. (QRA Field Guides).

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Basell L, Perkins J, Small J. The Mesolithic of the River Bann. In Late Quaternary Landscape Evolution, Palaeoenvironments and Human Occupation in the North of Ireland. INQUA 2019 Field Guide ed. Quaternary Research Association. 2019. (QRA Field Guides).