McKinley, J.I., Schuster, J. and Millard, A.R., 2013, Dead sea-connections: a Bronze Age and Iron Age ritual site on the Isle of Thanet, in Koch, J.T. and Cunliffe, B.W. (eds), Celtic from the West 2: Rethinking the Bronze Age and the arrival of Indo-European in Atlantic Europe, Celtic Studies Publications 16. Oxford, Oxbow Books, 157–83.
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The site, excavated by Wessex Archaeology in 2004/05, contains as yet unparalleled evidence for ritual and funerary activity dating to the Late Bronze Age as well as the Early and Middle Iron Age. More than 100 radiocarbon determinations provide a tight chronological framework. Strontium/Oxygen isotope analysis of 20 individuals indicates a large proportion of migrants with probable origins in Scandinavia and the western Mediterranean.
The book is available from Oxbow Books. A monograph providing a detailed account of the excavation will be published as a Wessex Archaeology Report in the second half of 2014.