AHOB Publications and Resources

Summary Time Chart

Quaternary chronology with key British sites, archaeological industries, palaeogeography, and major warm periods and ice advances for the past 700,000 years.

Workshop Proceedings

Project participants periodically gather to present their research and to discuss progress at a workshop symposium. Proceedings of those workshops are available here.

Homo britannicus

Homo britannicus

Read about the AHOB project in Chris Stringer's Homo Britannicus, published by Penguin Books in 2006.

Supplementary Data

From: Preece, R.C & Parfitt, S.A. 2007. "The Cromer Forest-bed Formation: some recent developments relating to early human occupation and lowland glaciation."

* Database of Early and early Middle Pleistocene Water Voles (Rodentia: Mimomys savini and Arvicola) [Download file as PDF]

* Map of sites in the database [Download file as PDF]

Talks at the AHOB workshop held July, 2003 in London. From left to right: Chris Stringer, Russell Coope, Simon Lewis, and Richard Preece.

AHOB Publications

Hundreds of scientific papers have been published as part of the AHOB project. Here are three random selections:

1. Parfitt, S.A., Snelling, A.J, Evans A.A. and Jacobi, R. 2008. Further discoveries of Lower Palaeolithic stone tools in the Cromer Forest-bed Formation at Pakefield-Kessingland. Proceedings of the Suffolk Institute of Archaeology and History, XLI (4) 489-495.

2. Currant, A. P., R. M. Jacobi, and E. Rhodes. 2006. A new look at the Pleistocene sequence at Brean Down, Somerset, and some observations on the earlier part of the Last Cold Stage in Western Mendip. Pp. 25-30 in CO Hunt, and SK Haslett (Eds), Quaternary of Somerset, Field Guide. Quaternary Research Association, London.

3. Stringer, C. 2005. The Ancient Human Occupation of Britain (AHOB) Project. Transactions of the Leicester Literary and Philosophical Society, 99: 29-32.

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Microfossils and AHOB
About the Happisburgh site
About Roger Jacobi

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