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Great monuments of the north and south - Jan Harding (ed.). Cult, religion and pilgrimage: archaeological investigations at theNeolithic and Bronze Age monument complex of Thornborough, North Yorkshire (CBA Research Reports 174). xi+236 pages, 155 colour and b&w illustrations, 7 tables. 2013. York: Council for British Archaeology; 978-1-902771-97-7 paperback £25. - Jim Leary, David Field & Gill Campbell (ed.). Silbury Hill: the largest prehistoric mound in Europe. xx+362 pages, 206 colour and b&w illustrations, 83 tables. 2014. Swindon: English Heritage; 978-1-84802-045-0 hardback £100.

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  19 January 2015

Vicki Cummings*
School of Forensic and Investigative Sciences, University of Central Lancashire, Preston PR1 2HE, UK (Email:


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