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The tip of the iceberg? Reply to responses

  • Hugo Anderson-Whymark (a1), Duncan Garrow (a2) and Fraser Sturt (a3)


We would like to thank all four authors for their thoughtful responses to our paper and the assemblage it describes. In some cases those comments confirmed things we had thought already, but in others they surprised us, confronting us with ideas that we had never previously considered. Collectively this has made us think hard about future research possibilities.



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Anderson-Whymark, H. & Garrow, D.. 2015. Seaways and shared ways: imagining and imaging the movement of people, objects and ideas over the course of the Mesolithic–Neolithic transition, c. 5000–3500 BC, in Anderson-Whymark, H., Garrow, D. & Sturt, F. (ed.) Continental connections: exploring cross-Channel relationships from the Mesolithic to the Iron Age. Oxford: Oxbow.
Sheridan, A. 2010. The neolithization of Britain and Ireland: the ‘Big Picture’, in Finlayson, B. & Warren, G. (ed.) Landscapes in transition (Levant Supplementary series 8): 89105. Oxford: Oxbow.
Smith, O., Momber, G., Bates, R., Garwood, P., Fitch, S., Pallen, M., Gaffney, V. & Allaby, R.G.. 2015. Sedimentary DNA from a submerged site reveals wheat in the British Isles 8000 years ago. Science 347: 9981001.


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