Excavation of Barrow III, Irton Moor, North Yorkshire.
|dc.contributor.author||Gibson, Alex M.||*|
|dc.identifier.citation||Simpson DDA, Gibson AM, Malazarte-Smith G et al (2015) The Excavation of Barrow III, Irton Moor, North Yorkshire. Yorkshire Archaeological Journal. 87(1): 11-36.||en_US|
|dc.description.abstract||Irton Moor was excavated by Derek Simpson in 1973 but remained unpublished at the time of his death in 2006. Material from the excavation including a skeletal report and some publication drawings were located in DDAS’s archives and brought back to Bradford for archiving. Sufficient work had been done by DDAS to bring the report to publication though clearly the archive had suffered over the years. Irton Moor represents a small structured round cairn of the Early Bronze Age producing evidence for long-term occupation of the site from the Early Neolithic though this occupation does not appear to have been continuous. The cairn was used for Food Vessel and Collared Urn-associated cremations.||en_US|
|dc.subject||Bronze Age; Round cairn; Food vessel; Collared urn; Funerary cup; Cremation burials; Yorkshire; Barrow||en_US|
|dc.title||Excavation of Barrow III, Irton Moor, North Yorkshire.||en_US|