These are our Source lists by Periods

Britain in the Stone Age

Clark , Chris et al., Pattern and timing of retreat of the last British-Irish Ice Sheet,

Quaternary science reviews, 2012, vol:44.

Cunliffe, Barry 2001. Facing the Ocean: The Atlantic and Its Peoples, 8000 BC to AD 1500. Oxford University Press.

Cunliffe, Barry,  Britain Begins. Oxford University Press 2012.

BBC News. 2013, Stone Age carved wooden post found at Rhondda wind farm, dated 17– 07– 2013 Available online at: http:// news/ uk-wales-23349783.

Little, Malcolm. Hunters, Fishers and Foragers in Wales: Towards a Social Narrative of Mesolithic Lifeways (Kindle Locations 7346-7347). Oxbow Books. Kindle Edition.

_____, The Lost Land of Our Ancestors, Dyfed Archaeology Trust,

Nash, George, Mechanisms of Production and Exchange: Early Prehistoric PerforatedBead Production and Use in Southwest Wales,Time & Mind Journal, 2012, Vol. 5, Pt. 1, pp. 73-84

Lennis, Eva, Mesolithic Heritage in Early Neolithic Burial Rituals and Personal Adornment, Documenta Praehistorica XXXIV (2007)

Time Team Battle of the Flint Knapping, Uploaded on Oct 8, 2011, Series 13 Episode 9: Sussex Ups and Downs.

MagicOak, Phil Harding Flint, Uploaded October 5, 2011

Time Team, Rescuing a Mesolithic Foreshore, Series 11 Episode 3 Uploaded Sep 29, 2014

Driver, T., Clegyr Boia, Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales, 2007.

Fitch, Simon et al. West Coast Palaeolandscapes Survey, University of Birmingham, 2011.

Smyth, Jessica, The house and group identity in the Irish Neolithic, Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy. Section C: Archaeology, Celtic Studies,History, Linguistics, Literature, Vol. 111C, Special Issue: Domestic life in Ireland (2011), pp.1-31

Thomas, Julian, Death Identity and the Body in Neolithic Britain, The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, Vol. 6, No. 4 (Dec., 2000), pp.653-668.

Nash, George, Mechanisms of Production and Exchange: Early Prehistoric Perforated Bead Production and Use in Southwest Wales, Time and Mind: The Journal of Archaeology, Consciousness and Culture, Volume 5—Issue 1, March 2012, pp. 73–84.

Bronze Age Britain

Gibson, Alex. "The timber circle at Sarn-y-Bryn-Caled, Welshpool, Powys: ritual and sacrifice in Bronze Age mid-Wales." Antiquity 66.250 (1992): 84+. World History in Context. Web. 28 May 2016

Strabo, Geographica book 4 chapter 5: Britain, Ireland, and Thule.*.html

Amebury Archer

The Mold Cape

The Mold Cape, British Museum

Wrexham Government site PDF explaining the modern and ancient understanding of the gold cape.

Roberts, Benjamin W. Production Networks and Consumer Choice in the Earliest Metal of Western Europe, Journal of World Prehistory, November 2009, pgs. 461 - 481.

Stone, Richard, Mystery Man of Stonehenge, Smithsonian, August 2005 Vol. 36, Issue 5.

Iron Age Britain

Matthew Arnold, The Study the Celtic Literature, The University of Adelaide, April 2015,

Accessed: June 21, 2016.  

Catherine Holtham-Oakley, The Rise and Fall of the ‘C’ word (Celts), Heritage Daily,

Accessed June 14, 2016

Welsh people could be most ancient in UK, DNA suggests, BBC News Website, June 19, 2012, accessed June 12, 2016

Jane Webster, A Dirty Window on the Iron Age? Recent Developments in the Archaeology of Pre‐Roman Celtic Religion, Understanding Celtic Religion Revisiting the Pagan Past, University of Wales Press, 2015.

Barry Cunliffe, Britain Begins, Oxford University Press: Oxford, 2012.

Peter Berresford Ellis, A Brief History of the Celts, Robinson: London, 2003.

Jean Manco, Blood of the Celts: The New Ancestral Story, Thames & Hudson: London, 2015.

Stephen Oppenheimer, The Origins of the British, Robinson: London, 2007.  

Rodden, Judith. American Anthropologist, New Series, 68, no. 6 (1966): 1572.

Hill, J. D. "The Pre-Roman Iron Age in Britain and Ireland (ca. 800 B.C. to A.D. 100): An Overview." Journal of World Prehistory 9, no. 1 (1995): 47-98

Bell, Martin, and Neumann Heike. "Prehistoric Intertidal Archaeology and Environments in the Severn Estuary, Wales." World Archaeology 29, no. 1 (1997): 95-113.

I. M. Stead (1982). The Cerrig-y-Drudion ‘Hanging Bowl’. The Antiquaries Journal, 62, pp 221-234.

Eric A. Powell. Hillforts of the Iron Age, Archaeology Magazine, October 7, 2015, Accessed June 26, 2016.

Ali Vowles, The Saltford Carthaginan Coin, BBC Points West, 13 April 2015,

Herodotus, The Histories, English translation by A. D. Godley. Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1920.

Richard Madgwick and Jacqui Mulville, Feasting on fore-limbs: conspicuous consumption and identity in later prehistoric Britain, Antiquity,  Volume 89, Issue 345,  June 2015, pp 629-644.

Thurston, Tina. "Unity and Diversity in the European Iron Age: Out of the Mists, Some Clarity?" Journal of Archaeological Research 17,no. 4 (2009): 347-423. 

Wainwright, G. J. "The Excavation of a Fortified Settlement at Walesland Rath, Pembrokeshire."Britannia 2 (1971): 48-108.

Bell, Martin, and Neumann Heike. "Prehistoric Intertidal Archaeology and Environments in the Severn Estuary, Wales." World Archaeology 29,no. 1 (1997): 95-113. 

Koch, John T. The Celtic Heroic Age, 4th Edition, Celtic Studies Publication: Aberystwyth, Wales, (2003): 24-34.

Williams, Jonathan."New Light on Latin in Pre-Conquest Britain." Britannia 38 (2007): 1-11. 

Redfern, Rebecca. "A Bioarchaeological Investigation of Cultural Change in Dorset, England(Mid-to-Late Fourth Century B.C. to the End of the Fourth Century A.D.)." Britannia 39 (2008): 161-92. 

Creighton, John."Visions of Power: Imagery and Symbols in Late Iron Age Britain." Britannia 26 (1995): 285-301.

Roman Britain

H. H. Scullard, From the Gracchi to Nero: A History of Rome 133BC to AD68, 5th edition, Routledge Publishing: London, 2000, 113-134.

Barry Cunliffe, Britain Begins, Oxford University Press: Oxford, 2012.

Sarah Symons, Roman Wales, Amberley Publishing: Stroud, UK, 2015.

Peter Salaway, A History of Roman Britain, Oxford University Press: Oxford UK, 1993.

Joan P. Alcock, A Brief History of Roman Britain

Julius Caesar, Complete Works

Suetonius, The Twelve Caesars,

Peter Berresford Ellis, A Brief History of the Druids

Tacitus, The Annuals of Imperial Rome

Tacitus, The Agricola and the Germans

Christopher S. McKay, Ancient Rome, Cambridge University Press, 2004.

Ammianus Marcellinus, The Later Roman Empire: (AD 354-378)

Guy de la Bedoyere, Roman Britain,

Stanely Ireland, Roman Britain A Sourcebook, 3rd Edition, Routledge Publishing: Milton Park, UK, 2008.

Early Medieval Wales

Bede. The Ecclesiastical History of the English People (Oxford World's Classics). OUP Oxford. Kindle Edition.

Nennius. History of the Britons (Historia Brittonum). Public Domain Books. Kindle Edition. 

Butler, Richard; Irish Archaeological Society; Clyn, John; Dowling, Thaddaeus. The annals of Ireland. Kindle Edition.

Carruthers, Bob. The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle Illustrated and Annotated (History from Primary Sources). Pen and Sword. Kindle Edition. 

Halsall, Guy. Worlds of Arthur: Facts and Fictions of the Dark Ages. Oxford University Press.

Maund, Kari. Welsh Kings: Warriors, Warlords and Princes. The History Press. Kindle Edition.

Speed, Peter. Those Who Worked: An Anthology of Medieval Sources. Kindle Edition. 

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