A Research Framework for the Archaeology of Wales

Southwest Wales Ė Later Prehistoric, bibliography

22/12/2003

 

 

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Aldhouse-Green S H R and Northover J P, 1996, Recent finds of Late Bronze Age gold from south Wales, Antiquaries Journal, 76, 223-8

 

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Allen D F, 1963, Coins of the Coritani; Sylloge of Coins of the British Isles, No. 3, 204, No. 202.

 

Anon, 1850, Cambrian Archaeological Association: Fourth Annual Meeting, Dolgellau, Archaeol Cambrensis, 1, 331.

 

Anon, 1856, Proceedings of the Association, Journal of the British Archaeological Association, 12, 96.

 

Anon, 1879, Catalogue of the local museum: Exhibited in the hall of St. Davidís College, 1878, Archaeol Cambrensis, 10, 65.

 

Anon, 1893, Cambrian Archaeological Association: Meeting at Llandeilo-Fawr; Report of Proceedings, Archaeol Cambrensis, 10, 142.

 

Arnold C J and Davies J L, 2000, Roman & Early Medieval Wales, Stroud: Sutton Publishing

 

Austin D (ed.), 1993, Carew Castle Archaeological Project: 1992 season interim report, unpublished report

 

Austin D, Bell M G, Burnham B C and Young R, 1987, Caer Cadwgan, Archaeology in Wales, 27, 35-6

 

Austin D, Bell M G, Burnham B C and Young R, 1984-88, The Caer Cadwgan Project: Interim Reports 1984-88, Lampeter: St Davidís University College

 

Austin D and Burnham B C, 1984, Dolaucothi, Archaeology in Wales, 24, 81-2

 

Avent R, 1973, Excavations at Llangynog II 1972, Carmarthenshire Antiq, 9, 33-52

 

Avent R, 1975, Excavations at Llangynog II 1974, Carmarthenshire Antiq, 11, 21-53

 

Baring Gould S, 1899, Exploration of the stone camp on St Davidís Head, Archaeol Cambrensis, 5 ser, 16, 105-31

 

Baring Gould S et al, 1900, Exploration of Moel Trigarn, Archaeo Cambrensis, 17, 189-211.

 

Baring Gould S, 1903, The exploration of Clegyr Voia, Archaeol Cambrensis, 3 1-11

 

Barker W R, 1896, Proceedings of the Clifton Antiquarian Club 3, 210.

 

Barnwell E L, 1864, Bronze implements; II the Glancych antiquities, Archaeol Cambrensis, 10, 221-31.

 

Barnwell E L, 1876, Stackpole Antiquities, Archaeol Cambrensis, 7, 41-4.

 

Benson D, 1975, Note: Capel Isaf, Manordeilo, Archaeology in Wales, 15, 30-1.

 

Benson D & Williams G H, 1987, Dale Promontory fort, Archaeology in Wales, 27, 43.

 

Benson D G, Evans J G, Williams G H, Darvill T and David A, 1990, Excavations at Stackpole Warren, Dyfed, Proc Prehist Soc, 56, 179-246

 

BoonG C, 1980, A neglected late-Celtic mirror-handle from Llanwnda near Fishguard, Bull Board Celtic Stud, 28(4), 743-4.

 

Boon G C, 1988, Appendix: British coins from Wales, In D M Robinson (ed.), Biglis, Caldicot & Llandough; Three Late Iron Age and Romano-British Sites in South-East Wales Excavations 1977-79, Oxford: BAR British Series 188, 92.

 

Boon G C & SavoryH N, 1975, A silver trumpet-brooch with relief decoration, parcel-gilt from Carmarthen, and a note on the development of the type, Antiq J, 55, 41-61.

 

Bowen E G, 1936, Cardiganshire in prehistoric times, Transactions of the Cardiganshire Antiquarian Society, 12, 12-20.

 

Brailsford J W, 1953, Later Prehistoric Antiquities of the British Isles, London: British Museum, 28 & Fig. 9.2.

 

Briggs C S, 1986a&b, Quernstones, Archaeology in Wales, 26, 32, 33.

 

Briggs C S, 1994 The Bronze Age, in J L Davies and D P Kirby (Eds.), Cardigan County History, Volume 1, From the Earliest of Times to the Coming of the Normans, 124-218

 

Briggs C S & Benson D G, 1986, Note: Allt-Gelli-Felen, Archaeology in Wales, 26, 32.

 

Briggs C S and Williams G, 1995, A late Bronze Age hoard from Allt Gelli Felen, Myddfai, Carmarthenshire, and other recent finds of south Welsh axes, Archaeol Cambrensis, 144, 37-51

 

Briggs C S et al, 1987, Allt Gelli Felen, Archaeology in Wales, 27, 38.

 

Browne D and Driver T, 2001, Bryngaer Pen Dinas: A Prehistoric Fortress at Aberystwyth

 

BruckJ, 1995, A place for the dead: the role of human remains in Late Bronze Age Britain, Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, 61, 245-77.

 

Burgess C B, 1976 Burials with metalwork of the later Bronze Age in Wales and beyond, in G C Boon & J M Lewis (eds.), Welsh Antiquity; Essays mainly on Prehistoric Topics Presented to H.N. Savory upon his Retirement as Keeper of Archaeology, Cardiff: National Museum of Wales, 81-104.

 

Burgess C B & Gerloff S, 1981, The Dirks and Rapiers of Great Britain and Ireland, Prahistorische Bronzefunde, Abt. IV.7, C.H. Beckísche Verlagsbuchhandlung, Munchen, 39, Cat. 284 & Plate 35.

 

Burgess C B et al, 1972, The Broadward Complex and barbed spearheads, In F.M. Lynch & C. Burgess (eds.), Prehistoric Man in Wales and the West; Essays in honour of Lily F. Chitty, Bath: Adams & Dart, 211-83.

 

Cadw, 2001, Register of Landscapes of Special Historic Interest in Wales, Cardiff

 

Caseldine A, 1990, Environmental Archaeology in Wales, Lampeter: Cadw and St Davidís University College, Lampeter

 

Coles J M, 1962, European Bronze Age shields, Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 28, 156-90.

 

Colquhoun I & Burgess CB, 1988, The swords of Britain, Prahistorische Bronzefunde, Abt. IV, B. 5, C.H. Beckísche Verlagsbuchhandlung, Munchen, 86-7, Nos. 446 & 448.

 

Crane P, forthcoming, Excavations at Porth y Rhaw, Pembrokeshire

 

Crane P, 1999, Iron Age promontory fort to Medieval Castle? Excavations at Great Castle Head, Dale, Pembrokeshire, 1999, Archaeol Cambrensis, 148, 86-145

 

Craw J H, 1923-4, Two bronze spoons from Burnmouth, Berwickshire, Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 58, 143-60.

 

Crossley D W, 1964, Excavations at Merryborough Camp, Wiston, a Pembrokeshire protected enclosure, 1963, Bull Board Celtic Stud, 21, 105-18

 

Crossley D W, 1965, Excavations at Knock Rath, Clarbeston, 1962, Bull Board Celtic Stud, 21, 264-75

 

Crossley D W, 1979, Excavations at Knock Rath, Clarbeston, Pembrokeshire, 1963-7, Bull Board Celtic Stud, 28, 521-7

 

Dark K, 1987,Excavations at Brawdy Hill-Fort, 1987. An interim report

 

Dark K, 1988,Brawdy Hill-Fort, 1988. Fourth interim report

 

Davey W E, 1891, Archaeological Note: Antiquities found near Lampeter, Archaeol Cambrensis, 8, 235-6.

 

Davies J L and Hogg A H A, 1994 The Iron Age, in J L Davies and D P Kirby (Eds.), Cardigan County History, Volume 1, From the Earliest of Times to the Coming of the Normans, 220-74

 

Davies J L, Hague D B and Hogg A H A, 1971, The hut-settlement on Gateholm, Pembrokeshire, Archaeol Cambrensis, 120, 102-110

 

de Quincey A B, 1969, A promontory fort at Parc Cynog, Carmarthenshire, Archaeol Cambrensis, 118, 73-85

 

Driver T, 1996, Darren Hillfort, Trefeurig, Archaeology in Wales, 36, 61.

 

Driver T, 1998, Pen Dinas, Ceulanamaesmawr, Archaeology in Wales 38, 94.

 

Eogan G, 1994, The Accomplished Art; Gold and Gold-Working in Britain and Ireland during the Bronze Age, Oxford: Oxbow Monograph 42.

 

Evans G E, 1937, Cardiganshire Relics in Carmarthen Museum, Transactions of the Cardiganshire Antiquarian Society, 12, 28.

 

Evans J, 1881, The Ancient Bronze Implements, Weapons and Ornaments of Great Britain and Ireland, London: Longmans, Green & Co.

 

Evans J, 1890, The Coins of the Ancient Britons, Supplement, London, 433

 

Evans, J G, 1990, An archaeological survey of Skomer, Dyfed, Proc Prehist Soc, 56, 247-67

 

Fenton R, 1811, Historical Tour Through Pembrokeshire, London, 23.

 

Figgis N P, 1999, Welsh Prehistory; Catalogue of accessions in the county and local museums of Wales and other Collections, Machynlleth: Atelier Productions.

 

Forde C D, Griffiths W E, Hogg A H A and Houlder C H, Excavations at Pen Dinas, Aberystwyth, Archaeol Cambrensis, 112, 125-53

 

Fox C, 1958, Pattern and Purpose; A Survey of Early Celtic Art in Britain, Cardiff: National Museum of Wales, 106-7, 111-2 & Pls. 12d & 70a/b.

 

Fox C & Bowen E G, 1935, Carmarthenshire in the Bronze Age, in Sir J E Lloyd (ed.),A History of Carmarthenshire; Vol. I Ė From Prehistoric Times to the Act of Union, Cardiff: Lewis, 61-3.

 

Gibson (ed.), 1722, Camdenís Britannia, London, 42, 75, No. 1.

 

Grealey S, Jones G D B and Little J H, 1972, Excavations at Castell Cogan 1971: an interim report, Carmarthenshire Antiq, 8, 17-26

 

Green S A & Northover J P, 1996, Note: Recent finds of Late Bronze Age gold from south Wales, Antiquaries Journal 76, 223-28.

 

Griffiths W E, 1957, The Pant-y-Maen Bronze Hoard, Bull Board Celtic Stud, 17, 118-24.

 

Grimes W F, 1951, Contributions to a field archaeology of Pembrokeshire: I. The archaeology of Skomer Island, Archaeol Cambrensis, 51, 1-22

 

Guido M, 1978, The Glass Beads of the Prehistoric and Roman Periods in Britain and Ireland, Reports of the Research Committee of the Society of Antiquaries of London No. 35, 79-81, 189.

 

Guilbert C G, 1974, Llanstephan Castle, 1973 interim report, Carmarthenshire Antiq, 10, 37-48

 

Guilbert C G and Schweiso J J, 1972, Llanstephan Castle. An interim discussion of the 1971 excavation, Carmarthenshire Antiq, 8, 75-90

 

James H, 1987, Excavations at Caer, Bayvil, 1979, Archaeol Cambrensis, 134, 51-76

 

James H, 1997, Llandysilio Church and parish 500-1543: from heartland to borderland, Carmarthenshire Antiq, 33, 5-26

 

James H, Murphy K and Page N, 2002, The discovery and investigation of a Roman road west of Carmarthen, unpublished report by Cambria Archaeology

 

Jones G D B and Maude K, 1990, Dolaucothi: the dating problem, in B C Burnham and J L Davies (eds.), Conquest, Co-existence and Change: Recent Work in Roman Wales, 169-171

 

Jones W D, 1861, Correspondence: Early British Remains Ė Newcastle Emlyn, Archaeol Cambrensis, 7, 313.

 

JopeE M, 2000, Early Celtic Art in the British Isles, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 288, Cat. & Plate 232.

 

Laws E, 1908, Note: Bronze Implements from the Shores of Milford Haven, Archaeol Cambrensis, 8, 114-5.

 

Lethbridge T C and David H E, 1930, Gateholm Island, Archaeol Cambrensis, 85, 366-74

 

Macdonald P, 2000, Note: Newgale Sands, Nolton and Roch, Archaeology in Wales, 40, 85-6.

 

Macgregor M, 1976, Early Celtic Art in North Britain; A study of the decorative metalwork from the third century BCto the third century AD, Leicester University Press (2 vols), 99-101, 114-5 & Map 15.

 

Mathias A G O, 1927, South Pembrokeshire early settlements, Archaeol Cambrensis, 82, 188-95 & Fig. 3.

 

Megaw J V S, 1967, A further note on Celtic cult heads in Wales, Archaeol Cambrensis, 116, 192-4.

 

Meyrick S R, 1831, Description of two ancient British Shields, preserved in the Armoury at Goodrich Court, Herefordshire, Archaeologia 23, 92-7 & Plate 13(I).

 

Milne J G, 1948, Appendix 4, In Finds of Greek Coins in the British Isles: The evidence reconsidered in the light of the Rackett Collection from Dorset, London: Oxford University Press, 41.

 

Murphy K, 1985, Excavation at Penycoed, Llangynog, Dyfed, 1983, Carmarthenshire Antiq, 21, 75-112

 

Murphy K, 1992, Plas Gogerddan, Dyfed: a multi-period burial and ritual site, Archaeol J, 149, 1-38

 

Murphy K, 2001, A prehistoric field system and related monuments on St Davidís Head and Carn Llidi, Pembrokeshire, Proc Prehist Soc, 67, 85-99

 

Murphy K, 2002, The archaeological resource: chronological overview to 1500 AD, in A Davidson (ed.), The Coastal Archaeology of Wales, CBA Research Report 131, 45-64

 

Mytum, H. (1985) Castell Henllys, Meline (SN 117 391), Archaeology in Wales 25, 25.

 

Mytum, H. (1986a) Castell Henllys, Meline (SN 117 391), Archaeology in Wales 26, 40.

 

Mytum H, 1989, Excavations at Castell Henllys 1981-89: the Iron Age Fort, Archaeology in Wales, 29, 6-10

 

Mytum H, 1991, Castell Henllys: Iron Age Fort, Fortress, 9, 3-11

 

Mytum H, 1996, Hillfort siting and monumentality: Castell Henllys and geographical information systems, Archaeology in Wales, 36, 3-10

 

Mytum H, 1999, Castell Henllys, Current Archaeology, 161, 164-72

 

Mytum H and Webster C J, 1993, Survey and excavation at Berry Hill Camp, Nevern, Dyfed, Bull Board Celtic Stud, 40, 198-211

 

Mytum H and Webster C, 1986, Henllys Top Field, Archaeology in Wales, 26, 40

 

Northover J P, 1993, Bronze Age gold in Britain, in G Morteani & J P Northover (eds.), Prehistoric Gold in Europe; Mines, Metallurgy and Manufacture, London: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 515-31.

 

Northover J P, in prep, The Bronze Age Metalwork of Wales and The Marches, unpublished catalogue of hoards.

 

Peacock D P S, 1968, A petrological study of certain Iron Age pottery from western England, Proc Prehistoric Soc, 34, 416, 427.

 

RCAHMW, 1917b, Bronze Spear Head, In An Inventory of the Ancient Monuments in Wales and Monmouthshire; V. County of Carmarthen, 72, No. 208.

 

RCAHMW, 1925a, Bronze Implements, In An Inventory of the Ancient Monuments in Wales and Monmouthshire; VII Ė County of Pembroke, 238, No. 712.

 

RCAHMW, 1925b, Bronze Sword, In An Inventory of the Ancient Monuments in Wales and Monmouthshire; VII Ė County of Pembroke, 23, No. 104.

 

Ross A, 1967, Pagan Celtic Britain, London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 71, 88.

 

Savory H N, 1946-7, Note: bronze hoard from Nevern, Pembrokeshire, Archaeol Cambrensis, 99, 285-6.

 

Savory H N, 1958, The Late Bronze Age in Wales; some new discoveries and new interpretations, Archaeol Cambrensis, 107, 3-63.

 

Savory H N, 1976a,Exhibits at Ballots: A group of Late Bronze Age gold bracelets from Wales, Antiq J, 56, 238 & Plate 38.

 

Savory H N, 1973b, Pagan Celtic shrines in Wales and Provence, Amgueddfa 14, 28-34.

 

Savory H N, 1976, Guide Catalogue to the Early Iron Age Collections, Cardiff, National Museum of Wales

 

Savory H N, 1977 A new hoard of Bronze Age gold ornaments from Wales, Archaeologia Atlantica 2, 37-53.

 

Savory H N, 1980, Guide Catalogue of the Bronze Age Collections, Cardiff, National Museum of Wales

 

Savory H N, 1992, Copper alloy objects, in K Murphy, Plas Gogerddan, Dyfed: A Multi-Period Burial and Ritual Site, Archaeological Journal 149, 23-4.

 

Scott N and Murphy K, 1992, Excavations at Pendinas Lochtyn, Llangranog, Dyfed, 1990-91, Archaeology in Wales, 32, 9-10

 

Spencer B, 1983, Limestone-tempered pottery from south Wales in the late Iron Age and early Roman period, Bull Board Celtic Stud, 30, 405-19

 

Thomas W G and Walker R F, 1959 Excavations at Trelissey, Pembrokeshire, 1950-1, Bull Board Celtic Stud, 18, 259-303

 

Van Nedervelde J and Davies M, 1977, Potterís Cave, Caldey Island, Archaeology in Wales, 17, 47

 

Vyner B E, 1982 Excavations at Woodbarn Rath, Wiston 1969, Archaeol Cambrensis, 131, 49-57

 

Vyner B E, 1986 Woodbarn, Wiston: A Pembrokeshire Rath, Archaeol Cambrensis, 135, 121-33

 

Wainwright G J, 1967, Coygan Camp, Cardiff

 

Wainwright G J, 1971a, Excavations at Tower Point, St Brides, Pembrokeshire, Archaeol Cambrensis, 120, 84-90

 

Wainwright G J, 1971b, Excavations of a fortified settlement at Walesland Rath, Pembs, Britannia, 2, 48-108

 

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Ward A H, 1989, Land allotment of possible prehistoric date on Mynydd Llangyndeyn, southeast Dyfed, Archaeol Cambrensis, 138, 46-58

 

Ward J, 1907, Roman remains at Cwmbrwyn, Carmarthenshire, Archaeol Cambrensis, Ser 6, 7, 175-212

 

Way A, 1869, Notices of certain bronze relics, of a peculiar type, assigned to the late Celtic period, Archaeol J, 26, 58-60 & Fig. Opp. 56.

 

Wheeler R E M, 1922, Hoards of the Bronze Age from Wales, in archaeological lists, Bull Board Celtic Stud, 1, 189-91.

 

Wheeler R E M, 1924), Archaeological Lists; vii prehistoric gold in Wales, Bull Board Celtic Stud, 2, 170.

 

Wheeler R E M, 1925a, Ornaments: (a) Gold, In Prehistoric & Roman Wales, Oxford: Clarendon Press, Fig. 63.

 

Wheeler R E M, 1925b, Leaf-shaped swords, In Prehistoric & Roman Wales, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 159 & Fig. 53.3.

 

Williams A, 1944-5, A promontory fort at Henllan, Cardiganshire, Archaeol Cambrensis, 98, 226-40.

 

Williams A, 1952, Clegyr Boia, St Davidís (Pemb.): excavation in 1943, Archaeol Cambrensis, 52, 20-47

 

Williams G, 1978, Aspects of later prehistoric and native Roman Carmarthenshire: Part I, Carmarthenshire Antiq, 14, 3-19.

 

Williams G, 1981, Survey and Excavation on Pembrey Mountain, Carmarthenshire Antiq, 17, 3-33

 

Williams G, 1985b, An Iron Age cremation deposit from Castle Bucket Letterston, Pembrokeshire, Archaeology in Wales, 25, 13-15

 

Williams G, 2001, Excavations at Bryn Maen Caerau, Cellan, Ceredigion, Archaeology in Wales, 41, 10-20

 

Williams G, Darke I, Parry C, and Isaac J, 1988, Recent archaeological work on Merlinís Hill, Abergwili, Carmarthenshire Antiquity, 24, 5-13

 

Williams G H & Delaney C J, 1982, A Celtic head from Llandysul, Carmarthenshire Antiq, 18, 9-15.

 

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