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Recent research on the Arras Culture in its landscape setting (2019)
Book Chapter
Halkon, P. (2019). Recent research on the Arras Culture in its landscape setting. In D. C. Cowley, M. Fernández-Götz, T. Romankiewicz, & H. Wendling (Eds.), Rural Settlement : relating buildings, landscape, and people in the European Iron Age (57-68). Leiden: Sidestone Press

Between 1815 and 1817 the Reverend William Stillingfleet, Barnard Clarkson and Dr Thomas Hull, with the aid of an unspecified number of workmen, undertook the excavation of a series of burial mounds at Arras Farm, near the East Yorkshire town of Mark... Read More about Recent research on the Arras Culture in its landscape setting.

Arras 200: revisiting Britain's most famous Iron Age cemetery (2019)
Journal Article
Halkon, P., Lyall, J., Deverell, J., Hunt, T., & Fernández-Götz, M. (2019). Arras 200: revisiting Britain's most famous Iron Age cemetery. Antiquity, 93(368), https://doi.org/10.15184/aqy.2019.28

In the bicentenary year of its excavation, remote sensing has revealed, for the first time, the full extent of this iconic type-site Iron Age cemetery and its landscape context in East Yorkshire. A total of 23ha was surveyed, revealing new insights c... Read More about Arras 200: revisiting Britain's most famous Iron Age cemetery.

Hayton, East Yorkshire: Archaeological Studies of the Iron Age and Roman Landscapes (2015)
Book
Woodhouse, H., Millett, M., & Halkon, P. (Eds.). (2015). Hayton, East Yorkshire: Archaeological Studies of the Iron Age and Roman Landscapes. Leeds: Yorkshire Archaeological Society

This volume presents the results of fieldwork and artefact research that began in 1993 and continued until 2011. It is the third volume from a long term research programme focussed on East Yorkshire that has also produced two other major publications... Read More about Hayton, East Yorkshire: Archaeological Studies of the Iron Age and Roman Landscapes.

Archaeology and environment in a changing East Yorkshire landscape: The Foulness Valley c. 800 BC to c. AD 400 (2008)
Book
(2008). Archaeology and environment in a changing East Yorkshire landscape: The Foulness Valley c. 800 BC to c. AD 400. Archaeopress

This study combines new aerial surveying and fieldwalking with interpretation of the Iron Age and Roman sites of a 20 x 30km area of East Yorkshire, focusing squarely on the landscape context. Peter Halkon examines the development of the landscape, a... Read More about Archaeology and environment in a changing East Yorkshire landscape: The Foulness Valley c. 800 BC to c. AD 400.