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Analysis of environmental material from the site has revealed important insights into the pyre material used to burn the body, as well as providing important information about the environment in which the cist was constructed.The unparalleled assemblage of organic objects has yielded insights into a range of materials which have not survived from the earlier Bronze Age elsewhere in southern Britain.I am also interested in the regional variation between communities in prehistory, and co-edited with Graeme Kirkham (2011) Beyond the Core, Regionality in British prehistory. I have also published the results of large-scale excavations including with Sean Taylor (2010) Scarcewater, Pennance, Cornwall, and with James Gossip the results from the Bronze Age settlement and ceremonial monuments at Tremough (2007; 2015).

I am also carrying out a longer term project into rock art sites in south west England, and have recently carried out an excavation of a Late Neolithic cup-marked propped stone at Hendraburnick in north Cornwall.Finally a well-preserved and long-lived settlement of Iron Age and Romano-British date was recorded at Harlyn Bay, not far from the famous Iron Age cemetery.As part of the projects, 25 radiocarbon determinations spanning the Mesolithic to the early medieval period were obtained.As a group, these have greatly enhanced our understanding of the prehistoric chronology of the north Cornwall coastal zone.This monograph draws together the key results from the two schemes and presents a synthesis which places the findings within their wider landscape context, the coastal zone, into which the individual sites are found.

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Archaeological recording in 2009 to 2010 was undertaken by Historic Environment Projects, Cornwall Council along the route of a new South West Water sewage transfer pipeline between Tintagel and Boscastle in north Cornwall: this uncovered a number of archaeological features spanning the last 10,000 years.