The Ancient Human Occupation of Britain (AHOB) was a three-phase project to investigate ancient humans from the Palaeolithic and Mesolithic in northern Europe that ran from 2001 through 2011 with funding from the Leverhulme Trust. This website contains information about the project and provides access to data generated AHOB research.
The AHOB database contains information about selected key Pleistocene sites in Britain that document early hominin occupation of northwestern Europe. These data were assembled by researchers working with the project between 2001 and 2015 and are made available here for research, teaching, and other uses.
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Here is a random selection from the bibliography of papers published by the AHOB research team.
Bridgland, D.R., and Schreve, D.C. 2001. River terrace formation in synchrony with long-term climatic fluctuation: supporting mammalian evidence from southern Britain. In D. Maddy, M. Macklin and J. Woodward (eds.). River Basin Sediment Systems: Archives of Environmental Change. Rotterdam: Balkema. 229-248.
For a complete list of AHOB publications, click here.