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P.J.Ashmore. Calanais: survey and excavation 1979–88. 2016. 1241 pages, 939 colour and b&w illustrations, numerous tables, 12 appendices. Edinburgh: Historic Environment Scotland. Available for free download at (accessed 10 February 2017).

RichardBradley & CourtneyNimura (ed.). The use and reuse of stone circles: fieldwork at five Scottish monuments and its implications. 2016. xvi+168 pages, 148 colour and b&w illustrations, 9 tables. Oxford and Philadelphia: Oxbow. 978-1-78570-243-3 paperback £39.95.

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  05 June 2017

Timothy Darvill*
Centre for Archaeology and Anthropology, Faculty of Science and Technology, Bournemouth University, Bournemouth BH12 5BB, UK (Email:


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