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Bibliography of Northumberland Rock Art

1896. History of the Berwickshire Naturalist's Club: 453 (1 panel's record references this item)

Aitchison, W. 1950. Notes on Three Sculpured Rocks in North Northumberland. History of the Berwickshire Naturalists Club 32 (1): 50.

Astley, H.J. K. 1900. On Ornaments of Jet and Cannel Coal, on Cup-and-Ring markings and on slate Weapons, as characterstic of the Neolithic Age. Journal of the British Archaeological Association: 3-24.

Aylett, M. 1999. Ancient Landscapes. Stonemartin Publications.

Barnett, T and Diaz-Andreu, M. 2005. Knowledge capture and transfer in rock art studies: results of a questionnaire on rock art decay in Britain. Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites 7: 35-48.

Barnett, T. 2005. The living Rock Art landscape of Northumberland and Durham. Archaeology in Northumberland 15: 8-9.

Barnett, T., Chalmers, A., Diaz-Andreu, M., Longhurst, P., Ellis, G., Sharp, K & Trinks, I. 2005. 3D Laser Scanning for Recording and Monitoring Rock Art Erosion. International Newsletter on Rock Art 41:25-29.

Beckensall, S.  1974. The Prehistoric Carved Rocks of Northumberland.  Newcastle upon Tyne: Frank Graham.

Beckensall, S. 1976. Prehistoric Rock-Carving in Northumberland. Almogaren VII: 183-189.

Beckensall, S. 1976. The excavation of a rock shelter at Corby's Crags, Edlingham. Archaeologia Aeliana. 5th series LXXVI: 11-16.

Beckensall, S. 1978-9. Recent discoveries of prehistoric rock-carvings in Northumberland. Almogaren IX-X: 333-346.

Beckensall, S. 1983. Northumberland's Prehistoric Rock Carvings. Rothbury: Pendulum Publications.

Beckensall, S. 1986. Rock Carvings of Northern Britain. Princess Risborough: Shire Publications.

Beckensall, S. 1988-1989. Chapter 6 _ The Rock Motifs. In Smith, C. 1989. Excavations at Dod Law West hillfort, Northumberland. Northern Archaeology 9: 1-55.

Beckensall, S. 1991. Prehistoric Rock Motifs of Northumberland: Vol. 1: Ford to Old Bewick. Hexham. (Privately printed) (4 panels' records reference this item)

Beckensall, S. 1991-2. Runes with a view. Archaeology in Northumberland: 20. Northumberland County Council.

Beckensall, S. 1992. Prehistoric Rock Motifs of Northumberland: Vol. 2: Beanley to the Tyne.  Hexham. (Privately printed) (8 panels' records reference this item)

Beckensall, S. 1994. Life and death in the Prehistoric North. Thropton: Butler Publishing.

Beckensall, S. 1995. Recent Discovery and Recording of Prehistoric Rock Motifs in Northumberland. Northern Archaeology. 12: 9-34.

Beckensall, S. 1996. Symbols on Stone: the State of the Art. Northern Archaeology 13/14: 139-146.

Beckensall, S. 1997. Prehistoric rock art- progress and problems. At the Edge. No.8. (Nottingham)

Beckensall, S. 1997-8. My favourite panel of rock art. Archaeology in Northumberland: 7. Northumberland County Council.

Beckensall, S. 1998. The Archaeology of Warden Hill. The Hexham Historian 8: 2-19. (1 panel's record references this item)

Beckensall, S. 1998-9. More rock art discoveries. Archaeology in Northumberland:12. Northumberland County Council. (1 panel's record references this item)

Beckensall, S. 1998-9. Discoveries at Ravensheugh Crags. Archaeology in Northumberland:12. Northumberland County Council.

Beckensall, S. 1999. Art On the Rocks. 3rd Stone 35. Devizes

Beckensall, S. 1999. British Prehistoric Rock Art. Tempus: Stroud.

Beckensall, S. 2001. Prehistoric Rock Art in Northumberland. Tempus. Stroud. (11 panels' records reference this item)

Beckensall, S. 2001-2. More prehistoric carved rocks found. Archaeology in Northumberland:16. Northumberland County Council.

Beckensall, S. 2002. Prehistoric Rock Art in Cumbria. Tempus: Stroud.

Beckensall, S. 2002. British prehistoric rock-art in the landscape. In. Nash, G. & C. Chippindale (eds). European Landscapes of Rock-Art: 39-70. London: Routledge.

Beckensall, S. 2002. New Rock Art 1. Current Archaeology. 179: 461-462.

Beckensall, S. 2002. British Prehistoric Rock Art. Adoranten: 39-48.

Beckensall, S. 2003. Prehistoric Northumberland. Stroud: Tempus.

Beckensall, S. 2004. British Prehistoric Rock Art. The Future of Rock Art - a World Review: 40-49. National Heritage Board of Sweden.

Beckensall, S. 2004. The significance of the distribution of rock art in Britain. XXI Valcomonica Symposium: new discoveries, new interpretations, new research methods:78-90. Edizione Del Centro, Capo di Ponte, Italy.

Beckensall, S. 2004. British Rock Art. The Valcomonica Symposiums 2001 and 2002: 90-99. National Heritage Board of Sweden.

Beckensall, S. 2005 (in press). The Prehistoric Rock Art of Kilmartin. Kilmartin Trust.

Beckensall, S. and Frodsham, P. 1998. Questions of Chronology: the Case for  Bronze Age Rock Art in Northern England. Northern Archaeology 15/16: 51-69.

Beckensall, S., Hewitt, I. and Hewitt, I. 1987. Rock Art of Prehistoric Britain. Archaeology Today 8 (3):48-53.

Beckensall, S., Hewitt, I. and Hewitt. I. 1991. Prehistoric Rock Motifs Recently Recorded in Northumberland. Archaeologia Aeliana. 5th Series XIX: 1-5.

Bettess, G. 1994. Archaeology North 11. (40 panels' records reference this item)

Bigge, J.F. 1860. On Ancient Stones bearing Concentric Circles found in the Parish of Stamfordham. Transactions of the Tyneside Naturalists Field Club IV (iii): 330-332.

Boughey, K.J.S. and Vickerman, E.A. 2003. Prehistoric Rock Art of the West Riding: Cup-and-ring-marked Rocks of the Valley of the Aire, Wharfe, Washburn and Nidd. Yorkshire Archaeology 9: 1-188.

Bradley, R. 1991. Rock art and the Perception of Landscape. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 1: 209-219.

Bradley, R. 1992. Turning the world: rock carvings and the archaeology of death. In Sharples, N. and Sheridan, A. (eds) Vessels for the Ancestors. Essays on the Neolithic of Britain and Ireland in Honour of Audrey Henshall:168-176. Edinburgh: University Press.

Bradley, R. 1994. Symbols and signposts: understanding the prehistoric petroglyphs of the British Isles, in C. Renfrew & E.B.W. Zubrow (eds) The ancient mind: elements of cognitive archaeology: 95-106. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.

Bradley, R. 1995. Making sense of prehistoric rock art. British Archaeology 9: 8-9.

Bradley, R. 1995. Rock carvings and decorated monuments in the British Isles. In Helskog, K. and Olsen, B. (eds). Perceiving Rock Art: Social and Political Perspectives: 107-29. Oslo: Institute for Comparative Research in the Humanities.

Bradley, R. 1996. Learning from places – Topographical Analysis of Northern British Rock Art. Northern Archaeology 13/14: 87-99.

Bradley, R. 1996. El art rupestre prehistórico de Gran Bretaña e Irland. In Costas Goberna, F.J. and Hidalgo Cuñarro, J.M. (eds). Los motivos geométricos en los grabados rupestres prehistóricos del continente Europeo: 55-82. Vigo: Associación Arqueológica Viguesa.

Bradley, R. 1997. Rock art and the prehistory of Atlantic Europe: signing the land: . London: Routledge.

Bradley, R. 1998. Incised motifs in the passage-graves at Quoyness and Cuween, Orkney.  Antiquity 72: 387-390.

Bradley, R. 1998. The significance of monuments: on the shaping of human experience in Neolithic and Bronze Age Europe. London: Routledge.

Bradley, R. 1999. The stony limits: rock carvings in passage graves and in the open air. In Harding, A. (ed.) Experiment and Design: Archaeological Studies in Honour of John Coles: 30-36. Oxford: Oxbow Books.

Bradley, R. and Mathews, M. 1999. Rock carvings and round cairns on the Northern sandstone. In Pattison, P. Field, D. and Ainsworth, S. (eds). Patterns of the Past: Essays in Landscape Archaeology for Christopher Taylor: 5-10. Oxford: Oxbow Books

Bradley, R., Chippindale, C. and Helskog, K. 2001. Post-Palaeolithic rock art in Europe. In. Whitley, D. (ed.) Handbook of rock art research: 482-529. Beverly Hills (CA): AltaMira Press.

Bradley, R., Criado, F. and Fábregas, R. 1995. Rock art and the prehistoric landscape of Galicia, Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 61: 347-370.

Bradley, R., Durden, T. and Spencer, N. 1994. The creative use of bias in field survey. Antiquity 68: 243-6. (Translated into Slovenian as Kreativna uparoba predispozicij pri terenskem pregledu. Archaeo 16: 44-8.

Bradley, R., Harding, J., Mathews, M. and Rippon, S. 1993. A field method for investigating the distribution of rock art. Oxford Journal of Archaeology 12: 129-143.

Brewis, P. and Dixon, D.D. 1917. Pre-Roman remains in Coquetdale: Cup and Ring Marked rocks.The Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle 3rd Series VII: 41-2. (1 panel's record references this item)

Brewis, P. and Honeyman, H.L. 1931-2. Ancient Monuments Committee, Quarterly Committee. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle upon Tyne 4th Series V: 237-238.

Brightman, J and Waddington, C. 2005. Excavating Cup and Ring Marks. Archaeology in Northumberland 15: 21.

Bruce, J. C. (ed.) 1869. Incised markings on stone. London. Privately printed. (5 panels' records reference this item)

Bruce, J.C. (ed.) 1880. A descriptive Catalogue of Antiquities, Chiefly British, at Alnwick Castle. Newcastle upon Tyne.

Burgess, C.B. 1972. Goatscrag: A Bronze age rock shelter cemetery in North Northumberland. With notes on other rock shelters and crag lines in the region. Archaeologia Aeliana 4th series (50): 15-69. (1 panel's record references this item)

Burgess, C. 1990. The Chronology of Cup and Ring Marks in Britain and Ireland. Northern Archaeology 10: 21-26.

Burgess, C. 1990. The chronology of cup-and-ring marks in Atlantic Europe. Revue Archaeologique de l'Quest, supplement 2: 157-171.

Charlton, R. 1983. Cup and Ring Stones. Redewetter 5: 44-47. (5 panels' records reference this item)

Chippindale, C. 2002. Book Review: Beckensall, S. 2001. Prehistoric Rock Art in Northumberland. Tempus. Stroud.Antiquity 76 (291): 270-271.

Cowen, H.H. 1948. Sculptured rocks. History of the Berwickshire Naturalists Club XXXI (ii): 130-131.

Cowen, J.D. 1937-1938. A cist-burial at West Horton, near Doddington Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle upon Tyne 4th series VIII: 195-196. (1 panel's record references this item)

Davies, J and Davidson,J. 1988-9. A survey of the Bolam and Shaftoe Area, Northumberland. Northern Archaeology 9: 57-75. (3 panels' records reference this item)

Davies, J. 1995. Bolam and Shaftoe: a Second Survey. Northern Archaeology 12: 51-77 (7 panels' records reference this item)

Davis, G. 1982. Cup and Ring Art of the Doddington Area of Northumberland. BA thesis: University of Durham.

Davison, W. B. 1937-1938. Some additions to Northumberland's sculptured stones. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle upon Tyne 4th Series VIII: 218-220 (1 panel's record references this item)

Davison, W.B. 1935. Map of cup-and-ring marked rock on Gled Law. Manuscript in Berwickshire Naturalists Club collection, Berwick Museum.

Davison, W.B. 1935. A Note on Two Cup and Ringed marked rocks at Fowberry Park. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle upon Tyne 4th Series VI: 292-294.

Davison, W.B. 1937-1938. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 4th Series VII: 217. (1 panel's record references this item)

Davison, W.B. 1938. Sculptured Rocks, West Horton. History of the Berwickshire Naturalists Club XXX (i): 37

Davison, W.B. and Davison, G.T. 1934. Report on the excavation of a sculptured rock on North Doddington Farm. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle upon Tyne 4th Series VI: 204-205.

Davison, W.B. and Davison, G.T. 1935. Incised Rocks at Gledlaw, near Doddington, Northumberland Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle upon Tyne 4th Series VII: 85-88.

Deakin, P. 2004. Rock art and burial. Unpublished MA thesis: University of Durham.

Dennison, H. 2003. Developing a digital technique with which to record rock art - with reference to Lordenshaw. Unpublished BA thesis: University of Durham.

Díaz-Andreu, M. (ed.) 2002. Art on the Rocks: an exhibition in the Fulling Mill Museum of Archaeology, Durham, July-September 2002.

Diaz-Andreu, M. and Sharpe, K.E. 2004. Education and rock art - the British experience. In. Bertilsson, U. and McDermott, L. (eds). The Valcamonica symposiums 2001 and 2002. National Heritage Board of Sweden.

Dickson. 1864. Notes relating to the incised stones found upon the Hills about Doddington, Chatton, Weetwood, Bewick, Beanley and other places.

Dixon, D. D. 1895. Whittingham Vale, Northumberland: It's history, traditions and folk lore. Robert Redpath: Newcastle upon Tyne. (1 panel's record references this item)

Dixon, D. D. 1903. Upper Coquetdale. Newcastle: Robert Redpath (2 panels' records reference this item)

Dixon Johnson, C.J. 1956. Note on a sculptured stone discovered in the parish of Ord. History of the Berwickshire Naturalists Club. XXXIV (i): 24.

Dodds, M. H. 1935. A History of Northumberland. Andrew Reid: Newcastle. (2 panels' records reference this item)

Dodds, M. H. 1940. A History of Northumberland. Newcastle. (2 panels' records reference this item)

Dodds, M. H. 1899. A History of Northumberland. Newcastle.

Dodds, W. n.d. Unpublished notes on standing stones and cups and ring marks in the possession of the Museum of Antquities, Newcastle upon Tyne (ref: Humphrey Welfare dissertation).

Donnan, E. 1999. Recording British Rock Art. Tracce 11: http:rupestre.net/tracce/donnfra.html

Donnan, E. 1999. On recording rock art with Digital Image Processing. Example chosen from Weetwood Moor. Unpublished MA thesis: University of Durham.

Ellyson, W. 1927-28. Notes and Miscellanea. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle-upon-Tyne . 1927-28. 4th Series III: 171. (1 panel's record references this item)

Filby, E.A. 1905. Pre-historic burials near Bamburgh. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 1905-1906. 3rd series (2): 121-124. (1 panel's record references this item)

Ford, B., Deakin, P. and Walker, M. 2002. The tri-radial cairns of Northumberland. Current Archaeology. 182: 82-85.

Frodsham, P. (ed.) 2004. Archaeology in Northumberland National Park. CBA Research Report 136. York: Council for British Archaeology.

Frodsham, P. 1996. Spirals in time: Morwick Mill and the Spiral Motif in the British Neolithic. Northern Archaeology 13/14: 101-138.

Frodsham, P. 2002. The Lord of the Rings (and Cups). Book Review: Beckensall, S. (2001). Prehistoric Rock Art in Northumberland. Tempus. Stroud. In. Archaeology North 20: 23.

Frodsham, P. and Waddington, C. 2004. The Breamish Valley Archaeology Project, 1994–2004. In Frodsham, P. (ed.) 2004. Archaeology in Northumberland National Park. 171-189. CBA Research Report 136. York: Council for British Archaeology. (4 panels' records reference this item)

Greenwell, W. 1877. British Barrows: a Record of the Examination of Sepulchral Mounds in Various Parts of England. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Gunn, W. 1886. On some undescribed Sculpured Rocks between Wooler and Chatton. History of the Berwickshire Naturalists Club. XI (ii): 201-202.

Hadingham, E. 1974. Ancient carvings in Britain: A mystery. London: Garnstone Press.

Hall, G.R 1885. An account of the Gunnar Peak Camp, North Tynedale, and of excavations in the ancient circular and other dwellings. Archaeologia Aeliana 2nd Series X: 12-37. (2 panels' records reference this item)

Hall, G.R. 1887. On some cup-incised stones, found in an ancient British burial-mound at Pitlands Hills, near Birtley, North Tynedale. Archaeologia Aeliana 2nd Series XII: 268-283.

Hall, G.R. 1887. Recent explorations in Ancient British Barrows containing cup-marked stones, near Birtley, North Tynedale. Archaeologica Aeliana 2nd Series XII: 241-267.

Hall, G.R. 1892. A possible meaning for Pre-historic cup-marked stones. Archaeologia Aeliana 2nd Series XV: 43-48.

Harding, A. 1981. Excavation in the Prehistoric Ritual Complex near Milfield, Northumberland. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 47: 87 -136. (1 panel's record references this item)

Hardy, J. 1883. On the Incised Rocks at Morwick.  History of the Berwickshire Naturalists Club X (ii): 343-347.

Hardy, J. 1889 Further discoveries of pre-historic graves, urns and other antiquities on Lilburn Hill Farm, on the Lilburn Tower Estate. Archaeologia Aeliana New Series XIII: 351-356. (1 panel's record references this item)

Hathaway, B. 1998. Digital image processing and its applications to recording rock art. Unpublished BA thesis: University of Durham.

Hedley, R.C. 1928. Ancient British Burials, Northumberland. Antiquity 2 (5): 470. (2 panels' records reference this item)

Heslop, D. 1995-1996. A Farm Survey at Glantlees. Archaeology in Northumberland: 18-19.

Hewitt, I. 1991. Prehistoric rock motifs in Great Britain: an appraisal of their place in the archaeological record with specific reference to Northumberland. Unpublished Dissertation. Bournemouth University

Hodgson, J.C. 1897. A History of Northumberland IV: 238.

Hogg, A.H.A. 1945. Gwynedd and the Votadini. Antiquity 19: 80-84. (2 panels' records reference this item)

Hogg, A.H.A. 1947-1950. A new list of the native sites of Northumberland Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle upon Tyne 4th Series XI: 140-179. (2 panels' records reference this item)

Hogg, A.H.A. and Hogg, N. 1956. Doddington and Horton Moors. Archaeolagia Aeliana 4th Series XXXIV: 142-149. (1 panel's record references this item)

Honeyman, A.L. 1932. Goatstones. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle upon Tyne 4th Series V: 304-306.

Jackson, P. 1990. Comment on Steinbring, J. and Lanteigne, M. 1990. The Petroglyphs of West Yorkshire: explorations in analysis and interpretation. Rock Art Research 8 (1): 24-28.

Jobey, G. 1964. Enclosed stone built settlements in North Northumberland. Archaeologia Aeliana 4th Series XLII: 41-64. (2 panels' records reference this item)

Jobey, G. 1968. Excavation of cairns at Chatton Sandyford, Northumberland. Archaeolagia Aeliana 4th Series XLVI: 5-50.

Jobey, G. 1974. A Field-Guide to Pre-Historic Northumberland, Part 2. Newcastle: Frank Graham.

Jobey, G. 1981. Groups of small cairns and the excavation of a Cairnfield on Millstone Hill, Northumberland. Archaeologia Aeliana 5th Series IX: 23-43.

Keys to the Past, SMR ID (9 panels' records reference this item)

Leach, C. 2003. How the prehistoric rock carvings of Northumberland and Rombalds Moor have degraded over the last 150 years. BA thesis: University of Durham.

Lund, J. 2003. Review: Beckensall, S. 2001. Prehistoric Rock Art in Northumberland. Stround: Tempus. Assemblage: the Sheffield graduate journal of archaeology 7

Maclauchlan, H. 1864. Eastern Branch of the Watling Street Privately published. (2 panels' records reference this item)

Maddison, M. 1989-1990. Note on a Cup-and-Ring Marked Rock Shelter at Kettley Crag, Northumberland (NU 0743 2978). Northern Archaeology10: 19-20. (1 panel's record references this item)

Maddison, M. and Sellers, P. 1990. A survey of Doddington and Horton Moors. Northern Archaeology 10: 29-75. (5 panels' records reference this item)

Mazel, A. D. 2005. http://rockart.ncl.ac.uk. Archaeology in Northumberland 15:48-49.

Mazel, A.D. 2003 Northumberland rock art: from fell to cyberspace. Archaeology in Northumberland 2002-2003: 10. Northumberland County Council.

Mazel, A.D. 2005. Northumberland Rock Art. British Archaeology 82: 21

Middlemass, R. 1872. On an inscribed stone in the possession of Mr Wm Wightman, Bank Wooler. History of the Berwickshire Naturalists Club VI (iv): 453.

Moffat, J.G. 1885. Pre-historic graves from the Lilburn Hill Farm, on the Lilburn Tower Estate Archaeolagia Aeliana New Series X: 220-222. (2 panels' records reference this item)

Morris, R. W. B. 1979. The Prehistoric Rock Art of Galloway & The Isle of Man Poole: Blandford Press.

Morris, R.W.B. 1989. The Prehistoric Rock Art of Great Britain: A Survey of All Sites Bearing Motifs more Complex than Simple Cup-marks. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 55: 45-88.

Newbigin, A.J.W. 1933. A note on cup-marked rocks. Archaeolgia Aeliana 4th Series X: 206-209. (2 panels' records reference this item)

Newbigin, E.R. 1929. Cup and Ring Markings at Tod Crag. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle upon Tyne 4th Series IV: 86-88. (1 panel's record references this item)

Newbigin, E.R. 1932. Notes on a series of unrecorded incised rocks at Lordenshaws. Archaeologia Aeliana 4th Series IX: 50-67.

Newbigin, E.R. 1933. The Incised Rocks of Doddington District. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle upon Tyne. 4th Series VI: 68-71.

Newbigin, E.R. 1935-1936. 'Ancient Monuments Committee.' Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle 4th Series VII: 71. (1 panel's record references this item)

Newbigin, E.R. 1937. A cup-marked stone from Cartington. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle upon Tyne. 4th Series VIII: 114-116.

Newbigin, E.R. 1938. Newly Discovered Cup-markings in Northumberland. History of the Berwickshire Naturalists Club. XXX (i): 33-36.

Newbigin, N. 1935. Cup-marked rocks on Chirnells Moor, Rothbury. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle upon Tyne. 4th Series VI: 345-349.

Northern Archaeological Associates, 2001. The Palace, Holy Island, Northumberland. Post-excavation assessment report. (1 panel's record references this item)

Procter, W. 1874. The History of Doddington MS transcription at the Literary and Philosophical Society, Newcastle upon Tyne. (1 panel's record references this item)

Purcell, A. 2002. The rock-art landscape of the Iveragh Peninsula, County Kerry, south-west Ireland. In. Nash, G. & C. Chippindale (eds). European Landscapes of Rock-Art: 71-92. London: Routledge

RAPP 2000a. Rock Art Pilot Project: Proposals. Bournemouth and London, Bournemouth University School of Conservation Sciences and University College London Institute of Archaeology for English Heritage. [Limited circulation printed report]

RAPP 2000b. Rock Art Pilot Project: Main Report. Bournemouth and London, Bournemouth University School of Conservation Sciences and University College London Institute of Archaeology for English Heritage. [Limited circulation printed report].

Roberts, R. 2004. Conservation of British rock art. Roughting Linn as a paradigm. Unpublished BA thesis: University of Durham.

Rushton, S. 2000-2001. National Rock Art project to be developed in Northumberland. Archaeology in Northumberland 2000-2001: 33. Northumberland County Council.

Shee Twohig, E.  1988. The rock carvings at Roughting Linn, Northumberland. Archaeologia Aeliana 5th Series XVI: 37–46.

Simpson, A. 2003. The use of Photomodeler for recording rock art. Unpublished BSc thesis: University of Durham.

Simpson, A. 2004. Recreating Rocks: The potential of three-dimensional laser scanning for the recording of rock art. Unpublished MSc thesis: University of Durham.

Simpson, A., Clogg, P. Díaz-Andreu, M. and Larkman, B. 2004. Towards three-dimensional non-invasive recording of incised rock art. Antiquity 78 (301): 692-698.

Smith, C. 1989. Excavations at Dod Law West hillfort, Northumberland. Northern Archaeology 9: 1-55.

Tait, J. and Jobey, G. 1971. Romano-British Burials at Beadnell, Northumberland. Archaeologia Aeliana. 4th Series XLIX: 53-69.

Tate, G. 1865. The Ancient British Sculptured Rocks of Northumberland. History of the Berwickshire Naturalists Club. V (ii). (7 panels' records reference this item)

Thom, A. 1968. The Metrology and Geometry of Cup and Ring Marks. Systematics 6: 173.

Thom, A. 1969. The Geometry of Cup and Ring marks. Transactions of the Ancient Monuments Society 16: 77-87.

Tipping, R. 1992. The determination of Cause in the Creation of Major Prehistoric Valley Fills in the Cheviot Hills, Anglo-Scottish Border. In. Needham, S. and Mackin, M. (eds). Alluvial Archaeology in Britain: 111-121. Oxford: Oxbow Books. (1 panel's record references this item)

Van Hoek, M. A. M. 1989. The rock art at Millstone Burn, Northumberland Archaeologia Aeliana 5th Series (XIX): 7-16.

Van Hoek, M. A. M. 1982. The Carved Rocks Near Wooler. Privately published. Oisterwijk, Holland.

Van Hoek, M. A. M. 1990. The rosette in British and Irish Rock Art. Glasgow Archaeological Journal 16: 39-45.

Van Hoek, M. A. M. 1993. The spiral in British and Irish Neolithic rock art. Glasgow Archaeological Journal  18: 11-32.

Van Hoek, M. A. M. 1995. The keyhole pattern in the prehistoric rock art of Ireland and Britain. Journal of the Westport Historical Society 15: 1-15.

Van Hoek, M. A. M. 1997. The distribution of cup-and-ring motifs along the Atlantic seaboard of Europe. Rock Art Research 14 (1): 3-17.

Van Hoek, M. A. M. 1999. Radial grooves; symbolic paths in cup-and-ring art. StoneWatch 4: 8-10.

Van Hoek, M. and Smith, S. 1988. Rock carvings at Goatscrag Rock Shelter, Northumberland. Archaeologia Aeliana 5th Series XVI: 29-35. (1 panel's record references this item)

Van Hoek, M.A. M. 1997. The distribution of cup-and-ring motifs along the Atlantic seaboard of Europe. Rock Art Research 14 (1): 3-17.

Van Hoek. M. A. M. 2001. The Geography of Cup-and-ring Art in Europe. The World of Petroglyphs Special CD-ROM 8. StoneWatch.

Waddington, C. 1995. An exploration of the Role of Cup and Ring Marks With Particular Reference to the Milfield Basin, Northumberland. Unpublished MA thesis: University of Newcastle.

Waddington, C. 1996. Putting Rock Art to Use: A model of Early Neolithic Transhumance in North Northumberland. Northern Archaeology 13/14: 147-178.

Waddington, C. 1998. Cup and ring marks in context. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 8 (1): 29-54.

Waddington, C. 1999. Land of Legend. Discovering ancient Northumberland. Wooler: The Country Store.

Waddington, C. 2002. Book Review: Beckensall, S. (2001). Prehistoric Rock Art in Northumberland. Tempus. Stroud. In. Archaeologia Aeliana 5th Series XXX: 187.

Waddington, C. 2004. Rock of Ages British Archaeology 78: 16-21. (6 panels' records reference this item)

Waddington, C. 2005 (in press). Cup and Rings and Passage Grave Art: Insular and Imported Traditions.

Waddington, C. and Passmore, D. 2004. Ancient Northumberland Milfield: Countrystore.

Waddington, C., Godfrey, J. and Bell, J. 1998. A Chambered Cairn on Dour Hill, Northumberland. Archaeologica Aeliana 5th Series XXVI: 1-15.

Waddington, C., Mazel, A.D. and Johnstone, B. 2005 (in press). Excavation of a cup and ring marked rock at Hunterheugh Crag, Northumberland. Archaeologia Aeliana 5th Series.

Walton, R.H. 1962. A cup-marked stone in the Roman town of Costopitum. History of the Berwickshire Naturalists Club. XXXVI (i): 57.

Welfare, H.G. 1972. The Cup-and-Ring-Marked Stones of Northumberland: A corpus and analysis, with special reference to Coquetdale and the south of the county. Unpublished BA thesis: University of Newcastle.

 

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