Elizabeth A. Walker

Elizabeth A. Walker
National Museum Wales · Department of Collections Services

Doctor of Philosophy

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Excavations by T. C. Cantrill within Carreg Cennen Castle Cave in 1900 revealed stalagmite deposits, together with human remains and a perforated horse tooth, which like a number of more recent discoveries of human remains have remained undated. Cantrill’s account of his excavations and the surviving human and animal remains from the site are publi...
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This paper presents the results of work undertaken on the multi-period site of Burry Holms, Gower, South Wales by Amgueddfa Cymru - National Museum Wales. Burry Holms is a small tidal island that possesses a rich prehistoric and historical heritage. In 1998 the opportunity arose to excavate its important Mesolithic remains. The work generated rich...
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This paper presents an overview of the results of two brief excavation seasons (2008 and 2010) at Foxhole Cave, Gower, south Wales, placing them into the wider context of mid-Holocene Britain. No prehistoric pottery was found and the few pieces of worked flint recovered are diagnostic of the Mesolithic period. Typically for the Carboniferous limest...
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First investigated in 1869, the transepted long cairn of Parc le Breos Cwm was re-excavated in 1960-61 but without a report being published. This account presents a number of radiocarbon dates and a detailed re-examination of the human bone assemblages, and attempts to put the monument in local and regional context. Radiocarbon dates place the long...

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