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Ashton, N. and Lewis, S. 2001. Stratigraphy and palynology at Hoxne: a comment on Gosling (2001) Quaternary Newsletter 76, 19-21.
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Ashton, N.M., Lewis, S.G., and Parfitt, S.A. 2001. Hoxne 2000. Proceedings of the Suffolk Institute of Archaeology and Natural History XL (part 1).
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Ashton, N.M., Lewis, S.G., and Parfitt, S.A. 2002. Hoxne 2001. Proceedings of the Suffolk Institute of Archaeology and Natural History. XL (part 2)
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Ashton, N.M., Lewis, S.G. and Parfitt, S.A. 2003. Hoxne 2002. Proceedings of the Suffolk Institute of Archaeology and Natural History XL (part 3).
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Ashton, N.M., Lewis, S.G. and Parfitt, S.A. 2004. Hoxne 2003. Proceedings of the Suffolk Institute of Archaeology and Natural History.
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Ashton, N.M., Lewis, S.G., Parfitt, S.A., Penkman, K.E.H. and Coope, G.R. 2008. New evidence for complex climate change in MIS 11 from Hoxne, UK. Quaternary Science Reviews 27, 652–668
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Candy, I. 2003. Preliminary results of a stable isotpic study on V. pricinalis shells from the Hoxnian type site, Hoxne. AHOB Sedimentology, Isotope Geology and Geochronology Internal Report, No. 2.
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Evans, J., Morse, E., Reid, C., Ridley, E.P. and Ridley, H.N. 1896. The relation of Palaeolithic man to the glacial epoch. Report of the British Association, Liverpool, pp. 400–416.
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Frere, J. 1800. Account of flint weapons discovered at Hoxne in Suffolk. Archaeologia, 13, 204-205.
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Grün, R. and H.P. Schwarcz. 2000. Revised open system U-series/ESR age calculations for teeth from Stratum C at the Hoxnian Interglacial type locality, England. Quaternary Science Reviews, 19: 1151-1154.
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Penkman, K. E. H., R. C. Preece, D. R. Bridgland, D. H. Keen, T. Meijer, S. A. Parfitt, T. S. White, and M. J. Collins. 2011. A chronological framework for the British Quaternary based on Bithynia opercula. Nature, 476: 446-449.
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Preece, R.C., Parfitt, S.A., Coope, G.R., Penkman, K.E.H., Ponel, P. and Whittaker, J.E. 2009. Biostratigraphic and aminostratigraphic constraints on the age of the Middle Pleistocene glacial succession in North Norfolk, UK. Journal of Quaternary Science 24, 557-580.
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Schreve, D. C. 2000. The vertebrate assemblage from Hoxne, Suffolk. Pp. 155-163 in S. G. Lewis, C. A. Whiteman, and R. C. Preece (eds.) The Quaternary of Norfolk and Suffolk Field Guide. Quaternary Research Association: London.
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Singer, R., Gladfelter, B.G., Wymer, J.J., 1993. The Lower Paleolithic Site at Hoxne, England. University of Chicago Press: Chicago.
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Stringer. C. B. 2006. Homo britannicus: the Incredible Story of Human Life in Britain. Penguin/Allen Lane: London. 319 pp.
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West, R.G., 1956. The Quaternary deposits at Hoxne, Suffolk. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B 239, 265–356.
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Wymer, J. 1985. Palaeolithic Sites of East Anglia. GEO Books: Norwich, England.
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