Beakers and bodies in north-east Scotland: a regional and contextual study

Neil Curtis, Neil Wilkin

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Abstract

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.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe Beaker People
Subtitle of host publicationIsotopes, Mobility and Diet in Prehistoric Britain
EditorsMike Parker Pearson, Alison Sheridan, Mandy Jay, Andrew Chamberlain, Mike Richards, Jane Evans
PublisherOxbow Books
Chapter5
ISBN (Print)9781789250640
Publication statusPublished - Mar 2019

Publication series

NamePrehistoric Society Research Papers
PublisherOxbow Books
Volume7

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