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Aitken, M. J. (1958) Magnetic Prospecting 1-The Water Newton Survey. Archaeometry Volume 1.

Becker H. 2001. Duo- and Quadro-sensor Configuration for High Speed/High Resolution Magnetic Prospecting with Caesium Magnetometer. Magnetic Prospecting in Archaeological Sites. Monuments and Sites, Vol. VI, K. M. Lipp Verlag: Munchen.

Bewley, R.H. (2003) Aerial survey for archaeology. The Photogrammetric Record 18.

Brewster, T. C. M. 1952  Two Mediaeval Habitation Sites in the Vale of Pickering, York: Yorkshire Museum

Brewster, T. C. M. 1957  Excavations at Newham's Pit, Staxton, 1947-8, Yorkshire ArchaeolJ., 39 (1957), 193-223

Brewster, T. C. M. 1963   The Excavation of Staple Howe, E. Riding Arch. Res. Committee

Brewster, T. C. M. 1981  ‘The Devil's Hill’, Current Archaeol., 76 (1981), 140-41

Buteux, S. Gaffney, V. White, R. and van Leusen, M. (2000) Wroxeter Hinterland Project and Geophysical Survey at Wroxeter. Archaeological Prospection Volume 7 Issue 2. John Wiley & Sons, New York.

Clark, A.J. (1996). Seeing Beneath the Soil. (2nd Edition) B.T. Batsford Ltd: London.

Clark, J.G.D, 1954   Excavations at Star Carr 1954 Cambridge: CUP

Clarke, D. 1970    The Beaker Pottery of Great Britain, Cambridge: University Press 

Cunliffe,B., 1974,   Iron Age Communities in Britain, first edition, Routledge & Kegan Paul, London.

Cunliffe, B. and Rowley T. (eds.) 1978  Lowland Iron Age Communities in Europe, Oxford: BAR

Dent, J. 1982 ‘Cemeteries and settlement patterns of the Iron Age on the Yorkshire Wolds’, PPS, 48,437-457

Donoghue, D.N.M. and Shennan, I. 1988a, 'The Application of Remote Sensing to Wetland Archaeology'. Int.J.Geoarchaeology, 3, 275-285.

Donoghue, D.N.M. and Shennan, I. 1988b, The Application of Multispectral Remote Sensing Techniques to Wetland Archaeology. Oxford:BAR

Donoghue, D.N.M., Powlesland, D.J. and Pryor, C. 1992, 'Integration of Remotely Sensed and Ground Based Geophysical Data for Archaeological Prospecting using a Geographical Information System', in Cracknell ,A.P. and Vaughan, R.A. (eds.), Proceedings of the 18th. Annual Conference of the Remote Sensing Society, University of Dundee 1992,197-207

Gaffney, C. & Gator, J. (2003) Revealing the buried past. Tempus Publishing Ltd.

Greenwell, W. and Rolleston, G. 1877     British Barrows, Oxford: University Press

Haughton, C.A. and Powlesland, D.J. 1999 West Heslerton - The Anglian Cemetery, Landscape Research Centre Monograph 1,2 vols. Yedingham

Jones, R. J. A. and Evans, R. (1975) Soil and crop marks in the recognition ofarchaeological sites by air photography. In D. R. Wilson (ed) Aerial reconnaissance for archaeology. London. Council for British Archaeology, Research Report No 12.

Keary, P & Brooks, M. (1991). An introduction to  Geophysical Exploration (2nd edition) Blackwell Scientific Publications,  Oxford.

Longworth, I.H. 1961  'The origins and development of the Primary Series in the Collared Urn Tradition in England and Wales', PPS. 27,  263 - 306

Lyall, J. & Powlesland, D. J. (1996) The application of high resolution fluxgate gradiometry as an aid to excavation planning and strategy formulation. Internet Archaeology 1 http://intarch.ac.uk/journal/issue1/lyall/himag.html

Manby, T. G. 1974  Grooved Ware Sites in the North of England, Oxford: BAR

Manby, T. G. 1975    Neolithic Occupation Sites on the Yorkshire Wolds. YorksArchael.J., 47, 23-59

Manby, T. G. 1980     Bronze Age Settlement in Eastern Yorkshire. Settlement and Society in the Later Bronze Age, eds. J. Barrett and R.   Bradley,Oxford: BAR

Mellars, P., 1990 A major plateau in the radiocarbon time scale at c 9650 bp; the evidence from Star Carr, Antiquity64, 245, 836-844

Moore, J.W. 1950 ‘Mesolithic sites in the neighbourhood of Flixton, north-east Yorkshire’, PPS 16,101-08

Mortimer, J. R. 1905   Forty Years Researches in British and Saxon Burial Mounds in East Yorkshire, London: A. Brown and Sons 

Pierpoint, S.J. 1980, Social Patterns in Yorkshire Prehistory 3500-750 BC, Oxford: BAR 74

Pierpoint, S. J. 1981, Land, settlement and society in the Yorkshire Bronze Age. Prehistoric Communities in Northern England. Essays in Economic and Social Reconstruction, ed. G. Barker, Sheffield: University Press

Powlesland, D.J. 1978 ‘The Excavation of Inhumation Burial’s, in Rahtz, P. Dickinson,T. Watts, L. (eds) Anglo-Saxon Cemeteries 233-238, BAR, Oxford.

Powlesland, D,J. 1980 ‘The Heslerton Parish Project’, Landscape Research Centre, distributed manuscript

Powlesland, D.J. 1998 West Heslerton - The Anglian Settlement: Assessment of Potential for Analysis and Updated Project Design,Internet Archaeology 5

Powlesland, D.J. 1998 'Early Anglo-Saxon Settlements, Structures form and layout, Towards an Ethnography of the Anglo-Saxons', San Marino I.S.S Seminar 1994

Powlesland, D.J. 2000, West Heslerton: Aspects of Settlement Mobility, Oxbow, Oxford

Powlesland, D.J., Haughton, C.A. and Hanson, J.H. 1986 'Excavations at Heslerton, North Yorkshire 1978-82', Archaeol. J. 143, 53-173

Powlesland, D., Lyall, J. and Donoghue, D. 1997 'Enhancing the record through remote sensing: the application and integration of multi-sensor, non-invasive remote sensing techniques for the enhancement of the Sites and Monuments Record. Heslerton Parish Project, N. Yorkshire, England' Internet Archaeology 2 (http://intarch.ac.uk/journal/issue2/pld/index.html)

Rahtz, P., Dickinson, T. and Watts, L. 1980  Anglo-Saxon Cemeteries, 1979, BAR British Series 82, Oxford.

Riley, D. N. (1944) The technique of air archaeology. The Archaeological Journal, 101.

Riley, D. N. (ed) (1988) Yorkshire’s Past from the Air. Sheffield Academic Press.

Scollar, I., Tabbagh, A.,  Hesse, A and Herzog, I. (1990) Archaeological Prospecting and Remote Sensing.  Cambridge University Press.

Shadla-Hall, T. 1987a  Early man in the eastern Vale of Pickering. In S Ellis(ed) East Yorkshire Field Guide, Cambridge: Quaternary Research Assoc.

Shadla-Hall, T. 1987b Recent investigations of the Mesolithic landscape and settlement in the Vale of Pickering, CBA Forum 1987 , CBA Group 4 Newsletter ,22-3

Shadla-Hall, T. 1988 The early post-glacial in Eastern Yorkshire in TG Manby (ed) Archaeology in Eastern Yorkshire, University of Sheffield, 25-23  

Simpson, D 1968. Food vessels: associations and chronology. In J Coles and D Simpson (eds), Studies in Ancient Europe, 197-212.

Smith , R.A. 1928 The pre-Roman remains at Scarborough, Archaeologia 77, 179-200

Smith, L. P. (1967) Potential Transpiration. Technical bulletin no 16. Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, HMSO, London

Stead, I M 1979 'The Arras Culture' , Yorkshire Phil Soc, York

Stoertz, C., 1997 Ancient Landscapes of the Yorkshire Wolds RCHME, Swindon.

Tabbagh, J,. (2003). Total Field Magnetic Prospection: Are Vertical Gradiometer Measurements Preferable to Single Sensor Survey? Archaeological Prospection Volume 10 Issue 2. John Wiley & Sons, New York.

Vatcher, F. and L. de 1965 East Heslerton Long Barrow, Yorkshire: Eastern Half. Antiquity, 39, 49-52.

Wilson, D. R. (2000). Air Photo Interpretation for Archaeologists (2nd edition) Tempus Publishing Ltd.