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AMS radiocarbon dating of Middle and Upper Palaeolithic bone in the British Isles: improved reliability using ultrafiltration. Journal of Quaternary Science, 21(5): 557-573.",N, 1,"Ash Tree Cave",839,2011,"White, M. J. and P. B. Pettitt. 2011. The British Late Middle Palaeolithic: an interpretive synthesis of Neanderthal occupation of the northwestern edge of the Pleistocene world. Journal of World Prehistory, 24: 25-97.",Y,http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10963-011-9043-9 1,"Ash Tree Cave",820,2012,"Oxford radiocarbon database, 2012. T. Higham and K. Douka.",N,https://c14.arch.ox.ac.uk/database/db.php 1,"Ash Tree Cave",965,2014,"Dinnis, R., Bello, S., Chamberlain, A., Coleman, C. and Stringer, C. 2014. A cut-marked Neolithic human tooth from Ash Tree Shelter, Derbyshire. 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A formal mammalian biostratigraphy for the Late Pleistocene of Britain. Quaternary Science Reviews, 20: 1707-1716.",Y,http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0277-3791(01)00035-X 3,"Bacon Hole",71,2007,"Gilmour, M., Currant, A., Jacobi, R. and Stringer, C. 2007. Recent TIMS dating results from British Late Pleistocene vertebrate faunal localities: context and interpretation. Journal of Quaternary Science 22: 793-800.",Y,http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/jqs.1112 3,"Bacon Hole",548,2011,"Currant, A. and Jacobi, R. 2011. The mammal faunas of the British Late Pleistocene. In Ashton, N.M., Lewis, S.G. and Stringer, C.B. (eds) The Ancient Human Occupation of Britain. Elsevier, Amsterdam, pp. 165-180. ",Y, 3,"Bacon Hole",654,2011,"Lewis, S.G., Ashton, N.M. and Jacobi, R.M. 2011. Testing human presence during the Last Interglacial (MIS 5e): A review of the British evidence. In Ashton, N.M., Lewis, S.G. and Stringer, C.B. (eds) The Ancient Human Occupation of Britain. 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The Cromer Symposium Norwich 1990, SEQS: Field Excursion Guide Book (Cambridge: Quaternary Research Association): 62-77.",N, 10,Boxgrove,227,1991,"Roberts, M.B. 1991. Boxgrove: the Lower Palaeolithic site in Amey’s Eartham Pit. The Archaeology of Chichester and District 1991: 24-25.",N, 10,Boxgrove,198,1992,"Holman, J.A. 1992. The Boxgrove, England, Middle Pleistocene herpetofauna: palaeogeograhic, evolutionary, stratigraphic and palaeoecological relationships. Historical Biology 6: 263-279.",N, 10,Boxgrove,203,1992,"Parks, D.A. and Rendall, H.M. 1992. [Thermoluminescence dating of Boxgrove]. Journal of Quaternary Science 7: 99-107.",N, 10,Boxgrove,228,1992,"Roberts, M.B. 1992. Boxgrove: the Lower Palaeolithic site in Amey’s Eartham Pit. The Archaeology of Chichester and District 1992: 21-24.",N, 10,Boxgrove,190,1994,"Austin, L. 1994. The life and death of a Boxgrove biface. In N. Ashton and A. David (eds) Stories in Stone (London: Lithic Studies Society): 119-126.",N, 10,Boxgrove,196,1994,"Bowen, D.Q. and Sykes, G.A. 1994. How old is ‘Boxgrove man’? Nature 371: 751.",N, 10,Boxgrove,197,1994,"Gamble, C.S. 1994. Time for Boxgrove Man. Nature 369: 275-276.",N, 10,Boxgrove,212,1994,"Roberts, C.L. and Lewis S.G. 1994. Resistivity sounding: two case studies from Cretaceous chalk at Boxgrove, West Sussex and Barnham, Suffolk, UK. In: McCann, D.M., Fenning, P and Kripps. Journal of Modern Geophysics in Engineering Geology. 30th Annual Conference, Engineering Group of the Geological Society. University of Liege, Belgium.",N, 10,Boxgrove,229,1994,"Roberts, M.B. 1994a. How old is ‘Boxgrove Man’? Reply to Bowen and Sykes. Nature 371: 51.",N, 10,Boxgrove,230,1994,"Roberts, M.B. 1994b. Boxgrove Man hits the headlines. Sussex Past and Present, August 1994: 6-7.",N, 10,Boxgrove,231,1994,"Roberts, M.B. 1994c. The Middle Pleistocene site at Boxgrove, West Sussex, UK. 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Roe deer butchery with replica handaxes. Lithics 16: 64-69.",N, 10,Boxgrove,232,1996,"Roberts, M.B. 1996. The age and significance of the Middle Pleistocene sediments at Boxgrove, West Sussex, UK and their associated archaeology. In K.W. Beinhauer, R. Kraatz and G.A. Wagner (eds.) Homo erectus heidelbergensis von Mauer. Kolloquim 1. Neue Funde und Forschungen zur fruhen Menschheitsgeschichte Eurasiens mit einem Ausblick auf Afrika. (Jan Thorbecke Verlag Sigmaringen): 63-78.",N, 10,Boxgrove,234,1996,"Roberts, M.B. 1996. ‘And then came clothing and speech’. British Archaeology. 19: 8-9.",N, 10,Boxgrove,233,1996,"Roberts, M.B. 1996. ‘Man the Hunter’ returns at Boxgrove. British Archaeology. 18: 8-9.",N, 10,Boxgrove,240,1996,"Stringer, C.B. 1996. The Boxgrove tibia: Britain’s oldest hominid and its place in the Middle Pleistocene record. In C. Gamble and A. Lawson (eds.) 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