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Lost Landscapes of the Palaeolithic wins Book of the Year Award

Posted on 09/03/2018
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Danielle Schreve (Professor of Quaternary Science), along with co-authors Mark White, Martin Bates, Matthew Pope, Becky Scott, Andrew Shaw and Elizabeth Stafford, have won the Current Archaeology Book of the Year 2018 for 'Lost Landscapes of Palaeolithic Britain'. The book (edited by Mark White) is a review of Palaeolithic research in the UK carried out under the Aggregates Levy Sustainability Fund and presents case studies and methodological approaches to the Palaeolithic record in the first decades of the 21st century.

Danielle, who wrote the chapter on terrestrial fluvial landscapes, said: "The award was made by public vote so it's really good to know the archaeology and environments of our earliest ancestors is of such widespread public interest."

The book is available to download for free from Oxford Archaeology: https://library.thehumanjourney.net/2795/


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