The Beaker People: Isotopes, Mobility and Diet in Prehistoric Britain presents the results of a major project that sought to address a century-old question about the people who were buried with Beakers a – the distinctive pottery of Continental origin that was current, predominantly in equally distinctive burials, in Britain from around 2450 BC.
|Title of host publication||The Beaker People|
|Subtitle of host publication||Isotopes, Mobility and Diet in Prehistoric Britain|
|Editors||Mike Parker Pearson, Alison Sheridan, Mandy Jay, Andrew Chamberlain, Mike Richards, Jane Evans|
|Publication status||Published - Mar 2019|
|Name||Prehistoric Society Research Papers|
Curtis, N., & Wilkin, N. (2019). Beakers and bodies in north-east Scotland: a regional and contextual study. In M. Parker Pearson, A. Sheridan, M. Jay, A. Chamberlain, M. Richards, & J. Evans (Eds.), The Beaker People: Isotopes, Mobility and Diet in Prehistoric Britain (Prehistoric Society Research Papers; Vol. 7). Oxbow Books.