Table 1: Long barrows in the Stonehenge WHS and environs reviewed for this publication. [Download as .xlsx | .csv]
Table 2: Percentage probabilities of the relative order of the first appearance of selected monument types in southern central England in the 4th millennium cal BC. The cells show the probability of the distribution in the left-hand column being earlier than the distribution in the top row. For example, the probability that the first causewayed related enclosures were built before the first dated oval barrow is 82.1%
Table 3: Quantification of struck flint and unworked burnt flint from Historic England excavations at WS71
Table 4: Hand-collected bones from Historic England excavations at WS71. Quantified by number of identified specimens (NISP) and number of non-countable fragments
Table 5: Molluscan data from Historic England excavations at WS71
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