Oxford Archaeology are excited to announce that their publication, Lost Landscapes of Palaeolithic Britain, has been nominated in the Book of the Year category in the Current Archaeology Awards 2018

The volume, written by leading Palaeolithic specialists Mark White, Martin Bates, Matthew Pope, Danielle Schreve, Beccy Scott and Andrew Shaw, and coordinated by Elizabeth Stafford at OA South, explores the remarkable results from research projects funded by the Aggregates Levy Sustainability Fund that have transformed our understanding of the Palaeolithic Britain.

Voting is now open. Click here to read more about all the nominees in this and other categories, and to cast your votes. Voting closes on 5th February 2018. Winners will be announced at an awards ceremony on 23rd February at Current Archaeology Live! 2018 at Senate House, University of London.

The book can be purchased in hardback format from Oxbow Books, but is also available to download free from Oxford Archaeology’s library.

Source: Oxford Archaeology

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