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Biography

Tim is a prehistorian with a strong international public profile. He leads research projects and publishes widely on the archaeology of early farming communities in northwest Europe and on archaeological resource management. He has undertaken pioneering research into the history and development of Stonehenge and other related Neolithic monuments. His research takes him to many parts of Europe, and he has directed projects in Germany, Russia, Greece, Malta, England, Wales, and the Isle of Man in order to answer key questions: Why were ceremonial monuments first constructed? What role did material culture such as pottery and stone play in the lives of Neolithic communities? And what symbolic meanings did particular materials have for those who selected and used them? The central issue here is how people understood, structured, and occupied the landscapes they created for themselves. It is an issue that also has contemporary relevance and informs his research into the role of the past in shaping places and people’s lives today...

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Research

My research focuses on two main themes. First, is the Neolithic of northwest Europe, the era of the first farmers between 5000 and 2000 BC, and in particular the early development, use, and meaning of monumental architecture such as the long barrows, enclosures and stone temples that these communities built. Second, is archaeological resource management, especially the role of the tangible and intangible heritage as sources of social capital, cultural enrichment, personal well-being, and the social construction of knowledge.

Both themes are explored through a series of connected projects that include collaborations with other research institutions at home and abroad, partnerships with professional and governmental bodies, and teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate level.

Current Projects on the Neolithic of northwest Europe include: Monumentality within the Stonehenge and Avebury World Heritage Site, Wiltshire, UK; Strumble-Preseli Ancient Communities and Environment Study, Pembrokeshire, UK; Wiggold Prehistoric Landscapes Project, Gloucestershire, UK; Billown Neolithic Landscape Project, Isle of Man; Malta Temples Landscape Project, Malta; and First Monuments and Social Differentiation, Mecklenburg, Germany.

Current projects in archaeological resource management include: Archaeological Investigations Project, England; Dynamic modelling of archaeological deposits and their spatial and intellectual representation;

Conservation and management of rock-art sites in England; Heritage and well-being; and understanding the Newark Earthworks, Ohio, USA.

Favourites

  • Darvill, T., 2014. Rock and soul: humanizing heritage, memorializing music and producing places. World Archaeology, 46 (3), 462-476.
  • Darvill, T., Marshall, P., Parker Pearson, M. and Wainwright, G., 2012. Stonehenge remodelled. Antiquity, 86 (334), 1021-1040.
  • Darvill, T., 2011. Excavations at a Neolithic Enclosure on The Peak, near Birdlip, Gloucestershire. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society (London), 77, 139-204.
  • Open-Air Rock-Art Conservation and Management: State of the art and future perspectives. New York & Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Darvill, T., 2010. Prehistoric Britain.. London: Routledge.
  • Darvill, T., 2006. Stonehenge. The biography of a landscape. Stroud: History Press.
  • Darvill, T., 2016. Roads to Stonehenge: A prehistoric healing centre and pilgrimage site in southern Britain. In: Ranft, A. and Schenkluhn, W., eds. Kulturstraßen als Konzept. 20 Jahre Straße der Romani. Regensburg: Schell & Steiner, 155-166.
  • Darvill, T., 2016. Beyond Newark: prehistoric ceremonial centres and their cosmologies. In: Jones, L. and Shiels, R.D., eds. The Newark Earthworks. Enduring monuments, contested meanings. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 129-150.
  • Darvill, T., 2013. Fifty shades of red: The basic colour category red in the monuments and material culture of Neolithic and Bronze Age communities in Atlantic Northwest Europe. In: Meller, H., Wunderlich, C.-H. and Knoll, F., eds. Rot – Die Archäologie bekennt Farbe. 5 Mitteldeutscher Archäologentag vom 04 bis 06 Oktober 2012 in Halle (Salle). Halle (Saale): Landesmuseums für Vorgeschichte Halle (Saale), 229-241.
  • Darvill, T., 2013. Dark sides of the moon: life, death, ritual and regional identity in Britain c. 1600 BC. In: Meller, H., Bertemes, F., Bork, H.-R. and Risch, R., eds. 1600 – Kultureller Umbruch im Schatten des Thera-Ausbruchs? 4 Mitteldeutscher Archäologentag vom 14 bis 16 Oktober 2011 in Halle (Salle). Halle (Saale): Landesmuseums für Vorgeschichte Halle, 577-593.

Journal Articles

  • Darvill, T. and Lüth, F., 2016. Avebury, Grossbritannien. Landschaftsarchäologische Betrachtungen. e-Forschungs Berichte, 2016 (1), 42-45.
  • Darvill, T., 2016. What's been going on? Archaeological investigations in England since 1990. The Archaeologist, 12-13.
  • Darvill, T., 2016. Obituary: Edward Godwin Price. Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, 133, 298-300.
  • Darvill, T., 2016. Houses of the holy: Architecture and meaning in the structure of stonehenge, Wiltshire, UK. Time and Mind, 9 (2), 89-121.
  • Darvill, T., 2015. Grismond’s Tower, Cirencester, and the rise of springhead super-mounds in the Cotswolds and beyond. Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, 132, 11-27.
  • Darvill, T., 2015. Willem Willems: An appreciation. Antiquity: a quarterly review of archaeology.
  • Ard, V. and Darvill, T., 2015. Revisiting old friends: The production, distribution and use of peterborough ware in Britain. Oxford Journal of Archaeology, 34 (1), 1-31.
  • Lynch, F. and Darvill, T., 2014. Neolithic pottery from below Llanelwedd pillow mound. Archaeologia Cambrensis, 162, 232-235.
  • Darvill, T. and Andrews, K., 2014. Polychrome pottery from the later Neolithic of the Isle of Man. Cambridge Archaeological Journal, 24 (3), 531-541.
  • Darvill, T., 2014. Book review: Silbury Hill: The largest prehistoric mound in Europe. By J Leary. Landscapes, 15 (2), 172-173.
  • Darvill, T., Brockmann, G., Buffoni, A., Rassmann, K., Schafferer, G. and Vogel, R., 2014. Geophysical surveys at Cirencester Primary School Playing Field, Victoria Road, Cirencester, 2011. Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, 131, 123-132.
  • Darvill, T., 2014. Book Review ‘Ancient Oracles: making the gods speak’ by Richard Stoneman. Time and Mind, 7 (3), 91-93.
  • Darvill, T. and Wainwright, G., 2014. Stonehenge and Preseli. Exploring the Meaning of the bluestones. Current Archaeology, 24 (11), 18-25.
  • Darvill, T., 2014. Rock and soul: humanizing heritage, memorializing music and producing places. World Archaeology, 46 (3), 462-476.
  • Darvill, T. and Wainwright, G., 2014. Beyond stonehenge: Carn menyn quarry and the origin and date of bluestone extraction in the preseli hills of south-west Wales. Antiquity, 88 (342), 1099-1114.
  • Darvill, T., Lüth, F., Rassmann, K., Fischer, A. and Winkelmann, K., 2013. Stonehenge, Wiltshire, UK: High Resolution Geophysical Surveys in the Surrounding Landscape, 2011. European Journal of Archaeology, 16 (1), 63-93.
  • Darvill, T., Marshall, P., Parker Pearson, M. and Wainwright, G., 2012. Stonehenge remodelled. Antiquity, 86 (334), 1021-1040.
  • Darvill, T., 2012. Book Review: ‘Landscape evolution in the middle Thames Valley: Heathrow Terminal 5 excavation volume 2’ By Framework Archaeology. Transactions of the London and Middlesex Archaeological Society, 62, 284-287.
  • Darvill, T., 2012. Ampney Crucis and Baunton, Abbey Home Farm. Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, 130, 308.
  • Darvill, T., 2012. Ampney Crucis, Happy Lands, Wiggold. Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, 130, 307-308.
  • Darvill, T., Lüth, F., Rassmann, K., Fischer, A. and Winkelmann, K., 2012. Amesbury: Stonehenge Landscape. Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, 106, 291-292.
  • Darvill, T., Wainwright, G., Lüth, F. and Müller-Scheeßel, N., 2012. Strumble-Preseli Ancient Communities and Environment Study (SPACES): Seventh Report 2009–11. Archaeology in Wales, 51, 27-44.
  • Bewley, B. and Darvill, T., 2011. Happy Lands Enclosure at Wiggold, Ampney Crucis, Gloucestershire. AARGnews, 43, 43.
  • Darvill, T. and Wainwright, G., 2011. The Stones of Stonehenge. Current Archaeology, 21, 28-35.
  • Darvill, T., 2011. Ever-expanding antiquity. British Archaeology, 15.
  • Darvill, T., 2011. Excavations at a Neolithic Enclosure on The Peak, near Birdlip, Gloucestershire. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society (London), 77, 139-204.
  • Darvill, T., 2011. Book review: Creating prehistory: Druids, Ley Hunters and Archaeologists in post-war Britain by Adam Stout. Time and Mind, 4, 241-244.
  • Darvill, T., 2011. All things must pass. Current Archaeology, 21, 40-41.
  • Darvill, T., 2010. Megaliths, monuments and materiality. jungsteinSITE.
  • Darvill, T., 2010. Preservation by record. British Archaeology, 40-41.
  • Clucas, R., Darvill, T. and Kelly, A., 2010. Copper alloy bar-ingots from Ballacreggan Farm, Port St Mary. Proceedings of the Isle of Man Natural History and Antiquarian Society, 2 April 2007-March 2009, 12, 295-300.
  • Clucas, R., Darvill, T. and Kelly, A., 2010. Bronze chisel from Ballakilpheric, Rushen. Proceedings of the Isle of Man Natural History and Antiquarian Society, 12, 301-302.
  • Darvill, T., 2010. Book review: The architecture of death: Neolithic chambered tombs in Wales. Time and Mind, 3, 327-330.
  • Darvill, T. and Wainwright, G., 2010. Stonehenge. Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, 103, 337.
  • Darvill, T., 2009. Book Review: 'Therapeutic landscapes' edited by Allison Williams. Time and Mind, 2, 371-374.
  • Darvill, T., 2009. Everybody Must get Stones. Internet Archaeology, 26.
  • Darvill, T., 2009. Expert Opinion: 'A phenomenology of landscape: places, paths and monuments' by Christopher Tilley in Canonical texts: are these the most influential books ever written? By Matthew Reisz. 23 April 2009. Times Higher Education Supplement, 1893, 34-35.
  • Darvill, T., 2009. Linking fieldwork, theory and knowledge in teaching prehistoric archaeology. Research in Archaeological Education Journal, 1, 5-20.
  • Darvill, T., 2009. Discussion: early prehistory. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Report, 6, 68.
  • Darvill, T., 2009. Book Review: Stone Worlds: Narrative and Reflexivity in Landscape Archaeology, by Barbara Bender, Sue Hamilton & Chris Tilley, 2007. Walnut Creek (CA): Left Coast Press; ISBN 978-1-59874-218-3. Cambridge Journal of Archaeology, 19, 263-265.
  • Darvill, T., 2009. Book Review: 'Prehistory: The making of the human mind' by Colin Renfrew. Current World Archaeology, 38, 63.
  • Alexander, M., Darvill, T. and Hart, J., 2009. Blenheim Farm: Discussion. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Report, 5, 54-66.
  • Darvill, T. and Wainwright, G., 2009. Stonehenge excavations 2008. Antiquaries Journal, 89, 1-19.
  • Darvill, T., Wainwright, G., Armstrong, K. and Ixer, R.A., 2009. Strumble-Preseli ancient communities and environment study (SPACES); Sixth report 2007-08. Archaeology in Wales, 48, 47-56.
  • Darvill, T., 2008. Book Review: ‘Europe Between the Oceans 9000BC–AD1000’ by Barry Cunliffe.Yale University Press, 2008. Times Higher Education Supplement, 1858, 48.
  • Darvill, T., 2008. Public Archaeology: A European Perspective. , 406-434.
  • Darvill, T. and Wainwright, G., 2008. Beyond Stonehenge: Carn Meini and the Preseli Bluestones. Heritage in Wales / Etifeddiaeth y Cymry, 39, 15-19.
  • Darvill, T., 2008. Book Review: 'Chalkland: An archaeology of Stonehenge and its region' by Andrew Lawson. Prehistoric Society Book Reviews.
  • Darvill, T., 2008. Book Review: Going Over. The Mesolithic–Neolithic Transition in North-West Europe (Proceedings of the British Academy) edited by Alasdair Whittle and Vicki Cummings. OUP/British Academy, 2007. British Archaeology, 101, 55.
  • Darvill, T., 2008. Book Review: 'Investigations in Sanday, Orkney. Volume 1: Excavations at Pool' by John Hunter and 'Investigations in Sanday, Orkney. Volume 2. Tofts Ness' By Stephen Dockrill. Landscapes, 9, 93-95.
  • Darvill, T., 2008. Teaching Archaeology: Changing Patterns in UK Higher Education. The Archaeologist, 67, 37.
  • Darvill, T., 2008. UK Archaeology Benchmark Updated. Research in Archaeological Education Journal, 1.
  • Darvill, T., 2007. Building memories: The neolithic Cotswold long barrow at ascott-under-wychwood Oxfordshire. ANTIQUITY, 81 (313), 811-812.
  • Darvill, T., 2007. Stonehenge complete. JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL ANTHROPOLOGICAL INSTITUTE, 13 (1), 224-225.
  • Darvill, T., 2007. Research Frameworks for World Heritage Sites and the Conceptualization of Archaeological Knowledge. World Archaeology, 39, 436-457.
  • Darvill, T., Davies, R.V., Morgan Evans, D., Ixer, R.A. and Wainwright, G., 2007. Strumble-Preseli Ancient Communities and Environment Study (SPACES): Fifth Report 2006. Archaeology in Wales, 46, 100-107.
  • Alexander, M., Darvill, T. and Hart, J., 2007. Prehistoric, Romano-British and Medieval remains at Blenheim Farm, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire: Excavations in 2004. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Report, 5, 1-72.
  • Darvill, T., 2007. Book Review: Peeters.J.H.H., 2007. Hoge Vaart-A27 in context: Towards a Model of Mesolithic – Neolithic Land use Dynamics as a Framework for Archaeological Heritage Management. Journal of Wetland Archaeology, 7, 109-110.
  • Darvill, T., 2007. Book Review: Chippindale, C. Stonehenge Complete. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Society, 13, 224-225.
  • Darvill, T., 2007. Book Review: Benson, D., Whittle, A., 2007. Building Memories: The Neolithic Cotswold Long Barrow at Ascott-under-Wychwood, Oxfordshire. Antiquity, 81, 811-812.
  • Darvill, T., 2007. Book Review: Fagan, B., 2007. Fish on Friday: feasting, fasting, and the discovery of the New World. Basic Books. Current World Archaeology, 3, 63.
  • Darvill, T., Wainwright, G. and Driver, T., 2007. Among Tombs and Stones on Banc Du. British Archaeology, 92, 26-29.
  • Darvill, T., 2006. Book Review: R Bradley ‘Ritual and Domestic Life in Prehistoric Europe’. Current World Archaeology, 20, 58.
  • Darvill, T., 2006. Book Review: Symbols and Warriors: Images of the European Bronze Age, y Richard J Harrison with contributions by F Marco Simon.Bristol: Western Academic and Specialist Press, 2004. Antiquaries Journal, 86, 416-417.
  • Darvill, T., 2006. Chairman’s Introduction. Cotswold Archaeology Annual Review 16 (2005), 16, 1-2.
  • Collard, M., Darvill, T. and Watts, M., 2006. Ironworking in the Bronze Age? Evidence from a 10th Century BC Settlement at Hartshill Copse, Upper Bucklebury, West Berkshire. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, 72, 367-421.
  • Darvill, T., 2006. Общественная Aрхеология Англии. Достояние поколений, 1, 36-45.
  • Darvill, T. and Staelens, Y., 2006. Postcard from Belesta. Current World Archaeology, December.
  • Darvill, T., 2005. Chairman’s Introduction. Cotswold Archaeology Annual Review 15 (2004).
  • Darvill, T., 2005. Book Review: J Cotton and D Field (eds) ‘Towards a New Stone Age: Aspects of the Neolithic in south-east England’ Council for British Archaeology, 2004. CBA research report: no. 137. Surrey Archaeological Collections, 92, 301-303.
  • Darvill, T., 2005. Book Review: G Lucas, ‘The Archaeology of Time’.Routledge, 2005. Current World Archaeology, 14, 57.
  • Darvill, T., 2005. Book Review: D Miles, S Palmer, G Lock, C Gosden, and A M Cromarty, ‘Uffington White Horse and its Landscape: investigations at White Horse Hill, Uffington, 1989-95, and Tower Hill, Ashbury, 1993-4’. Published for Oxford Archaeology by Oxford University School of Archaeology, 2003. Landscapes, 6, 113.
  • Darvill, T., Morgan Evans, D., Fyfe, R. and Wainwright, G., 2005. Strumble-Preseli Ancient Communities and Environment Study (SPACES): Fourth Report 2005. Archaeology in Wales, 45, 17-23.
  • Darvill, T. and O'Connor, B., 2005. The Cronk yn How Stone and the Rock Art of the Isle of Man. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, 71, 283-331.
  • Darvill, T., 2004. Ironworking in Late Bronze Age Europe. Current Archaeology, 195, 139.
  • Darvill, T., 2004. Book Review: Thomas F King ‘Thinking about Cultural Resource Management: essays from the edge’.AltaMira Press, c2002. European Journal of Archaeology, 7, 321-323.
  • Darvill, T., 2004. Chairman’s Introduction. Cotswold Archaeology Annual Review 14 (2003), 14, 2-4.
  • Darvill, T., 2004. Discussion - Period 1: Neolithic and Bronze Age. Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, 122, 85-87.
  • Darvill, T., 2004. Book Review: Antiquaries: The Discovery of the Past in Eighteenth Century Britain by Rosemary Sweet, 2004, Hambledon and London. Current Archaeology, 195, 132.
  • Darvill, T., Morgan Evans, D. and Wainwright, G., 2004. Strumble-Preseli Ancient Communities and Environment Study (SPACES): Third report 2004. Archaeology in Wales, 44, 104-109.
  • Darvill, T., 2003. The historic environment, historic landscapes, and space-time-action models in landscape archaeology. , 106-120.
  • Darvill, T. and Wainwright, G., 2003. A Cup-Marked Stone from Dan-y-Garn, Mynachlog-Ddu, Pembrokeshire, and the Prehistoric Rock-Art from Wales. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, 69, 253-264.
  • Darvill, T., 2003. Chairman’s Introduction. Cotswold Archaeology Annual Review 13 (2002), 2-3.
  • Russell, B. and Darvill, T., 2003. Geophysical Survey in the Archaeological Record: The Archaeological Investigations Project. Archaeologia Polona, 41, 261-262.
  • Cheetham, P., Darvill, T., Doonan, R.C.P. and Russell, B., 2003. Mann’s Landscape Revealed. Archaeologia Polona, 41, 137-140.
  • Darvill, T. and Wainwright, G., 2003. Stone Circles, Oval Settings and Henges in South-West Wales and Beyond. Antiquaries Journal, 83, 9-46.
  • Darvill, T., 2003. Raising a Stone and a Smile. Discourse, Winter.
  • Darvill, T., Morgan Evans, D. and Wainwright, G., 2003. Strumble-Preseli Ancient Communities and Environment Study (SPACES): Second Report 2003. Archaeology in Wales, 43, 3-12.
  • Darvill, T., 2003. Student Discoveries at Billown, Isle of Man. Discourse, Winter.
  • Darvill, T., 2002. Student Discoveries at Billown, Isle of Man. Discourse, Summer.
  • Darvill, T. and Wainwright, G., 2002. Strumble-Preseli Ancient Communities and Environment Study (SPACES): First Report 2002. Archaeology in Wales, 42, 17-28.
  • Darvill, T. and Cheetham, P., 2002. Science Diary – Bournemouth. Current Archaeology, 181, 26-28.
  • Darvill, T. and Wainwright, G., 2002. SPACES – Exploring Neolithic Landscapes in the Strumble-Preseli Area of Southwest Wales. Antiquity, 76, 623-624.
  • Markey, M., Wilkes, E.M. and Darvill, T., 2002. Poole Harbour: An Iron Age Port. Current Archaeology, 181, 7-11.
  • Darvill, T., 2002. It's Better to Dig than Dance: Archaeology Method and Theory in Antiquity 1927-2002. Antiquity, 76, 1094-1101.
  • Darvill, T., 2002. Chairman’s Introduction. Cotswold Archaeology Annual Review 12 (2001), 12, 2-3.
  • Darvill, T., 2002. Billown [Comments on Radiocarbon Dates]. Archaeometry, 44, 42.
  • Darvill, T., 2001. Book Review: Lucas, G., 2001. Critical Approaches to Fieldwork: contemporary and historical archaeological practice. Routledge. The Archaeologist, 42, 40.
  • Darvill, T., 2001. Chairman's Introduction. Cotswold Archaeological Trust Annual Review 11 (2000), 2-3.
  • Darvill, T., 2001. Book Review: Encyclopedia of Archaeology: The Great Archaeologists, edited by Tim Murrray. 1999. The Archaeologist, 42, 39.
  • Darvill, T., 2001. Value Systems in Archaeology and Heritage Management. Archäologisches Nachrichtenblatt, 6, 183-194.
  • Darvill, T., 2000. Collared urn fron pit 166 at Yr Allor. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, 66, 269-272.
  • Burrow, S. and Darvill, T., 1997. AMS dating of the Manx Ronaldsway neolithic. Antiquity, 71 (272), 412-419.
  • Darvill, T. and Wainwright, G., 1995. The Monuments at Risk Survey: An introduction. Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites, 1 (1), 59-62.
  • DARVILL, T. and WAINWRIGHT, G., 1994. THE MONUMENTS AT RISK SURVEY - AN INTRODUCTION. ANTIQUITY, 68 (261), 820-824.
  • Darvill, T., 1994. Value systems and the archaeological resource. International Journal of Heritage Studies, 1 (1), 52-64.
  • DARVILL, T., GERRARD, C. and STARTIN, B., 1993. IDENTIFYING AND PROTECTING HISTORIC LANDSCAPES. ANTIQUITY, 67 (256), 563-574.
  • Darvill, T., 1989. Circulation of Neolithic Stone and Flint Axes: A Case Study from Wales and the Mid-West of England. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, 55, 27-43.
  • Darvill, T. and Staelens, Y., 1985. A Cumbrian-type polished axe from Shropshire. Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies, 32, 260-267.
  • Darvill, T. and Mc Whirr, A., 1984. Brick and tile production in Roman Britain: Models of economic organisation. World Archaeology, 15 (3), 239-261.

Books

  • Open-Air Rock-Art Conservation and Management: State of the art and future perspectives. New York & Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Andersen, A.H., Darvill, T. et al., 2014. Megalithic Routes. A Culture Route of the Council of Europe. Osnabruck: Megalithic Routes e.V.
  • Marshall, P., Darvill, T., Parker Pearson, M. and Wainwright, G., 2012. Stonehenge, Amesbury, Wiltshire. Chronological Modelling. Scientific Dating Report.. English Heritage.
  • Darvill, T., 2011. Prehistoric Gloucestershire: Forest and Vales and High Blue Hills. Stroud: Amberley Press.
  • The Book of Poole Harbour. Wimborne Minster: Dovecote Press.
  • Round mounds and monumentality in the British Neolithic and beyond. Oxford: Oxbow Books.
  • Darvill, T., 2010. Prehistoric Britain.. London: Routledge.
  • The Book of Poole Harbour. Wimborne Minster: Dovecote Press.
  • Darvill, T., 2008. The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Archaeology. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Darvill, T., 2006. Stonehenge. The biography of a landscape. Stroud: History Press.
  • Heritage of value, archaeology of renown: reshaping archaeological assessment and significance. Gainesville, Fl: University Press Florida.
  • Darvill, T., 2005. Billown Neolithic Landscape Project, Isle of Man, Eighth Report: 2003. Poole, England & Douglas, Isle of Man: School of Conservation Sciences, Bournemouth University and Manx National Heritage.
  • Darvill, T., 2005. Stonehenge World Heritage Site. An archaeological framework. Poole: English Heritage & Bournemouth University.
  • Heritage Of Value, Archaeology Of Renown. Reshaping archaeological assessment and significance. Gainesville: University Press of Florida.
  • Darvill, T., 2004. Long barrows of the cotswolds and surrounding areas. Stroud: The History Press.
  • Darvill, T., 2003. Billown Neolithic Landscape Project, Isle of Man. Seventh Report: 2002. Poole, England & Douglas, Isle of Man: Bournemouth University in association with Manx National Heritage.
  • Megaliths from Antiquity. Cambridge: Antiquity Publications Ltd.
  • Darvill, T., 2002. The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Archaeology. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Darvill, T., Stamper, P. and Timby, J., 2002. England : An Oxford archaeological guide to sites from earliest times to AD 1600. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Darvill, T. and Russell, B., 2002. Archaeology after PPG16: Archaeological Investigations in England 1990-1999. Poole, England: Bournemouth University and English Heritage.
  • One Land, Many Landscapes: Papers from a session held at the European Association of Archaeologists Fifth Annual Meeting in Bournemouth 1999. Oxford: Archaeopress.
  • Neolithic Enclosures in Atlantic Northwest Europe. Oxford: Oxbow Books.
  • Neolithic enclosures in Atlantic northwest Europe. Oxbow Books Ltd.
  • Corbishley, M., Darvill, T. and Stone, P., 2000. Prehistory. A Teacher's Guide. London: English Heritage.
  • Darvill, T., 2000. Billown Neolithic Landscape Project, Isle of Man. Sixth Report: 2000. Poole, England & Douglas, Isle of Man: Bournemouth University and Manx National Heritage.
  • Darvill, T., 2000. Billown Neolithic Landsape Project, Isle of Man. Fifth Report: 1999.. Poole, England: Bournemouth University & Manx National Heritage.
  • Anglo-Russian Archaeology Seminar: recording systems for archaeological projects. Poole, England and Moscow: Bournemouth University and Russian Academy of Sciences.
  • Darvill, T., 1999. Billown Neolithic Landsape project, Isle of Man. Fourth Report: 1998.. Poole, England & Douglas, Isle of Man: Bournemouth University & Manx National Heritage.
  • Darvill, T., Collis, J. and Wilkes, E.M., 1999. Guidelines for making presentations to an international audience.. London: European Association of Archaeologists.
  • The Cerne Giant: An antiquity on trial.. Oxford: Oxbow Books.
  • Darvill, T. and Fulton, A., 1998. The Monuments at Risk Survey of England 1995. Main Report. London and Poole, England: English Heritage and Bournemouth University.
  • Darvill, T., 1998. Billown Neolithic Landscape Project, Isle of Man, Third Report: 1997.. Poole, England & Douglas, Isle of Man: Bournemouth University & Manx National Heritage.
  • Darvill, T., 1997. Billown Neolithic Landscape Project, Isle of Man, 1996. Poole, England & Douglas, Isle of Man: Bournemouth University & Manx National Heritage.
  • Making English Landsapes: Changing perspectives.. Oxford: Oxbow Books.
  • Darvill, T., 1996. Prehistoric Britain from the Air: A study of space, time and society. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Darvill, T., 1996. Prehistoric Britain. London: Routledge.
  • Neolithic houses in Northwest Europe and Beyond.. Oxford: Oxbow Books Ltd (Oxbow Monograh 57).
  • Darvill, T., 1996. Billown Neolithic Landsacpe Project, Isle of Man, 1995.. Poole, England & Douglas, Isle of Man: Bournemouth University & Manx National Heritage.
  • Darvill, T., Burrow, S. and Wildgust, D., 1995. Planning for the Past. Volume 2: An assessment of archaeological assessments 1982-1991. Bournemouth & London: Bournemouth University & English Heritage.
  • Darvill, T., Burrow, S. and Wildgust, D., 1994. The Assessment Gazetteer 1982-91. York: Council for British Archaeology.
  • Darvill, T. and Gerrard, C., 1994. Cirencester: Town and Landscape. Cirencester: Cotswold Archaeological Trust.
  • Allen, T., Darvill, T., Green, L.S. and Jones, M., 1993. Exacavations at Roughground Farm, Lechlade, Gloucestershire: A prehistoric and Roman landscape. Oxford: Oxford Archaeological Unit.
  • Darvill, T.C., 1993. Valuing Britain's Archaeological Resource. Bournemouth: Bournemouth University.
  • Darvill, T. and Atkins, M., 1991. Regulating Archaeological Work by Contract. Birmingham: Institute of Field Archaeologists.
  • Darvill, T., 1988. Glovebox Guide: Ancient Britain. Basingstoke: Automobile Association.
  • Darvill, T., 1987. Ancient monuments in the countryside: An archaeological management review. London: English Heritage.
  • Darvill, T., 1987. Prehistoric Britain. New York: Yale University Press.
  • Darvill, T., 1987. Prehistoric Britain. London: Batsford.
  • Darvill, T., 1987. Prehistoric Gloucestershire. Gloucester: Alan Sutton & Gloucestershire County Library Service.
  • Darvill, T., 1986. The archaeology of the uplands: A rapid assessment of archaeological knowledge and practice. London: Royal Commission on the Historical Monuments of England & Council for British Archaeology.
  • Darvill, T., 1986. Upland Archaeology: What future for the past?. London: Coouncil for British Archaeology.
  • Allden, A., Darvill, T. and Saville, A., 1985. Handbook of Gloucestershire Archaeology. Gloucester: Committee for Archaeology in Gloucestershire.
  • Darvill, T., 1982. The megalithic chambered tombs of the Cotswold-Severn region. Highworth: VORDA Archaeological and Historical Publications.
  • New approaches to our past: An archaeological forum. Southampton: University of Southampton Archaeological Society.

Chapters

  • Darvill, T. and Fulton, A.F., 2016. MARS: The Monuments at Risk Survey of England, 1995. In: Caple, C., ed. Preservation of archaeological remains in situ. Abingdon: Routledge, 70-76.
  • Darvill, T., 2016. Roads to Stonehenge: A prehistoric healing centre and pilgrimage site in southern Britain. In: Ranft, A. and Schenkluhn, W., eds. Kulturstraßen als Konzept. 20 Jahre Straße der Romani. Regensburg: Schell & Steiner, 155-166.
  • Darvill, T., 2016. Beyond Newark: prehistoric ceremonial centres and their cosmologies. In: Jones, L. and Shiels, R.D., eds. The Newark Earthworks. Enduring monuments, contested meanings. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 129-150.
  • Darvill, T., 2016. Megalithic tombs, barrows and enclosures in fourth millennium BC Britain. In: Ard, V. and Pillot, L., eds. Giants in the landscape: monumentality and territories in the European Neolithic (Proceedings of the XVII UISPP World Congress (1-7 September, Burgos, Spain) Volume 3 / Session A25d). Oxford: Archaeopress, 3-18.
  • Darvill, T., 2015. Making futures from the remains of the distant past. Archaeological heritage, connective knowledge, and the promotion of well-being. In: van den Dries, M.H., van der Linde, S.J. and Strecker, A., eds. Fernweh. Crossing borders and connecting people in archaeological heritage management. Essays in honour of Prof. Willem J H Willems. Leiden: Sidestone Press, 42-46.
  • Darvill, T., 2015. Afterword: Dances beneath a diamond sky. In: Silva, F. and Campion, N., eds. Skyscapes. The role and importance of the sky in archaeology.. Oxford: Oxbow Books, 140-148.
  • Darvill, T., 2015. Celebrating 25 Years. In: Holbrook, N., ed. Cotswold Archaeology: Celebrating 25 Years. Kemble: Cotswold Archaeology, 2.
  • Darvill, T., 2015. Scientia, Society and Polydactyl Knowledge: Archaeology as a creative science. In: Kristiansen, K., Šmejda, L. and Turek, J., eds. Paradigm found. Archaeological theory – Present, Past and Future. Essays in Honour of Evžen Neustrupný. Oxford: Oxbow Books, 6-23.
  • Darvill, T., 2015. Observation, analogy, experimentation and rehabilitation during archaeological excavations. In: Gheorghiu, D. and Bouissac, P., eds. How do we imagine the past? On metaphorical thought, experimentality and imagination in archaeology. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 93-110.
  • Darvill, T., 2015. Britain. In: Carver, M., Gaydarska, B. and Montón-Subías, S., eds. Field archaeology from around the world. Ideas and approaches. London: Springer, 203-227.
  • Darvill, T., 2014. Approaches to the conservation and management of open-air rock-art panels in England, United Kingdom. In: Darvill, T. and Batarda Fernandes, A.P., eds. Open-air rock-art conservation and management: State of the art and future perspectives. New York & Abingdon: Routledge, 17-37.
  • Darvill, T. and Batarda Fernandes, A.P., 2014. Open-air rock-art preservation and conservation: A current state of affairs. In: Darvill, T. and Batarda Fernandes, A.P., eds. Open-air rock-art conservation and management: State of the art and future perspectives. New York & Abingdon: Routledge, 1-16.
  • Darvill, T., 2014. British pioneers and fieldwork traditions. In: Smith, C., ed. Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology. Springer, 1016-1019.
  • Darvill, T. and Batarda Fernandes, A.P., 2014. Preface and acknowledgements. Open-Air Rock-Art Conservation and Management: State of the Art and Future Perspectives. xix.
  • Darvill, T., 2013. Everybody must get stones: Stonehenge, Materiality and the power of place. In: Santrot, J.-N. and Mens, E., eds. Les premières architectures en Pierre en Europe Occidentale. Du VE au IIE Millènaire avant J.-C. Actes di colloque international de Nantes Musés Thomas Dobrée, 2-4 octobre 2008.. Rennes: Presses Universitaires de Rennes, 169-180.
  • Darvill, T., 2013. Fifty shades of red: The basic colour category red in the monuments and material culture of Neolithic and Bronze Age communities in Atlantic Northwest Europe. In: Meller, H., Wunderlich, C.-H. and Knoll, F., eds. Rot – Die Archäologie bekennt Farbe. 5 Mitteldeutscher Archäologentag vom 04 bis 06 Oktober 2012 in Halle (Salle). Halle (Saale): Landesmuseums für Vorgeschichte Halle (Saale), 229-241.
  • Darvill, T., 2013. Dark sides of the moon: life, death, ritual and regional identity in Britain c. 1600 BC. In: Meller, H., Bertemes, F., Bork, H.-R. and Risch, R., eds. 1600 – Kultureller Umbruch im Schatten des Thera-Ausbruchs? 4 Mitteldeutscher Archäologentag vom 14 bis 16 Oktober 2011 in Halle (Salle). Halle (Saale): Landesmuseums für Vorgeschichte Halle, 577-593.
  • Darvill, T., 2013. Monuments and monumentality in Bronze Age Europe. In: Fokkens, H. and Harding, A., eds. Oxford Handbook of the European Bronze Age. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 140-158.
  • Darvill, T., 2013. Introduction. In: Piccolo, S., ed. Ancient Stones. The Prehistoric Dolmens of Sicily. Thornham: Brazen Head Publishing, 1-2.
  • Darvill, T., 2012. Sounds from the underground: Neolithic pits and pit-clusters on the Isle of Man and beyond. In: Anderson-Whymark, H. and Thomas, D.J., eds. Regional Perspectives on Neolithic Pit Deposition. Oxbow Books, 30-42.
  • Darvill, T., 2012. Archaeology as a profession. In: Skeates, R., McDavid, C. and Carman, J., eds. The Oxford Handbook of Public Archaeology. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 373-394.
  • Darvill, T., 2012. For the times they are a-changin’: Challenges and dilemmas in Cultural Heritage Management. In: Ошuбкuна, C.B., ed. Первобытные древности Евразиии: к 60-летию Алексея Николаевича Сорокина. Москв: ИА РАН, 739-752.
  • Darvill, T., 2011. Misty Mountain hop: prehistoric stone working in south-west Wales. In: Davis, V. and Edmonds, M., eds. Stone Axe Studies III. Oxford: Oxbow Books, 131-146.
  • Dixon, P., Bayliss, A., Whittle, A., Healy, F. and Darvill, T., 2011. The Cotswolds. In: Whitte, A., Healy, F. and Bayliss, A., eds. Gathering Time: dating the early Neolithic enclosures of southern Britain and Ireland. Oxford: Oxbow Books, 434-475.
  • Bayliss, A., Whittle, A., Healy, F., Ray, K., Dorling, P., Lewis, P., Darvill, T., Wainwright, G. and Wysocki, M., 2011. The Marches, South Wales, and the Isle of Man. In: Whittle, A., Healy, F. and Bayliss, A., eds. Gathering time. dating the early Neolithic enclosures of southern Britain and Ireland. Oxford: Oxbow Books, 521-561.
  • Darvill, T., 2011. Later Prehistory: Prologue. In: Whimster, R., ed. The New Antiquarians: 50 years of archaeological investigation in Wessex. York: Council for British Archaeology, 53-56.
  • Darvill, T., 2011. Earlier Prehistory: Prologue. In: Whimster, R., ed. The New Antiquarians: 50 years of archaeological investigation in Wessex. York: Council for British Archaeology, 13-15.
  • Darvill, T., 2010. Early Inhabitants. In: Darvill, T. and Dyer, B., eds. The Book of Poole Harbour. Wimborne Minster: Dovecote Press, 57-62.
  • Wilkes, E.M., 2010. Iron Age and Roman Farmsteads around Poole Harbour. In: Dyer, B. and Darvill, T., eds. The Book of Poole Harbour. Dorset: Dovecott Press.
  • Darvill, T., 2010. Neolithic round mounds on the Cotswolds. In: Leary, J., Darvill, T. and Field, D., eds. Round Mounds and Monumentality in the British Neolithic and Beyond. Oxford: Oxbow Books, 130-138.
  • Darvill, T., 2010. Tynwald Hill and the round mounds of the Isle of Man. In: Leary, J., Darvill, T. and Field, D., eds. Round Mounds and Monumentality in the British Neolithic and Beyond. Oxford: Oxbow Books, 53-71.
  • Darvill, T., 2010. Foreword. In: Price, E., ed. Frocester. A Romano-British settlement, its antecedents and successors. Volume 3: Excavations 1995-2009. Gloucester: Gloucester and District Archaeological Research Group, ix-x.
  • Darvill, T., 2010. Blowing in the wind: cultural heritage and management in a risk society. In: Koerner, S. and Russell, I., eds. Unquiet pasts. Risk society, lived cultural hertage, redesigning reflexivity. Farnham, Surrey, England: Ashgate, 389-404.
  • Darvill, T., 2010. Prehistoric flint and stone. In: Price, E., ed. Frocester: A Romano-British settlement, its antecedents and successors. Volume 3: Excavations 1995-2009. Gloucester: Gloucester and District Archaeological Group, 167-170.
  • Wilkes, E.M., 2010. The Iron Age of Poole Harbour Islands and Ower Peninsula. In: Dyer, B. and Darvill, T., eds. The Book of Poole Harbour. Dorset: Dovecote Press.
  • Darvill, T., 2009. Beyond Stonehenge: seeking the start of the bluestone trail. In: Scarre, C., ed. Megalithic quarrying: sourcing, extracting and manipulating stones. Oxford, England: Archaeopress, 45-53.
  • Darvill, T., 2009. Stonehenge in rock. In: Banfield, S., ed. The sounds of Stonehenge. Oxford: Archaeopress, 66-73.
  • Darvill, T., 2009. Right Here! Right Now! In: Parker, J., ed. Written on stone: the cultural reception of British prehistoric monuments. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 128-142.
  • Darvill, T., 2009. Reeling in the years: the past in the present. In: Hunter, J. and Ralston, I., eds. The archaeology of Britain: An introduction from earliest times to the twenty-first century. London: Routledge, 410-432.
  • Darvill, T. and Wainwright, G., 2008. Banc Du: the causewayed enclsoures of Wales. In: Wakelin, P. and Griffiths, R.A., eds. Hidden Histories: Discovering the heritage of Wales. Aberystwyth, Wales: Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales, 50-51.
  • Darvill, T. and Wainwright, G., 2008. Carn Menini and the Preseli Bluestones. In: Wakelin, P. and Griffiths, R.A., eds. Hidden Histories: Discovering the heritage of Wales. Aberystwyth, Wales: Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales, 56-57.
  • Darvill, T. and Holbrook, N., 2008. Orpheus and the Hare: fifty years of Cirencester Excavation Committee and Cotswold Archaeology, 1958-2008. In: Holbrook, N., ed. Excavations and observations in Roman Cirencester 1998-2007 : with a review of archaeology in Cirencester 1958-2008. Cirencester, England: Cotswold Archaeology, 1-15.
  • Darvill, T., 2008. Pathways to a Panoramic Past: A Brief History of European Landscape Archaeology. In: David, B. and Thomas, J., eds. Handbook of Landscape Archaeology. Walnut Creek, California, USA: Left Coast Press, 60-77.
  • Darvill, T., 2008. Petrological analysis of Neolithic pottery fabrics from Hambledon Hill, Dorset. In: Mercer, R. and Healy, F., eds. Hambledon Hill, Dorset, England. Excavation and survey of a Neolithic monument complex and its surrounding landscape. Swindon, England: English Heritage, 613-621.
  • Darvill, T., 2007. Towards the Within: Stonehenge and its Purpose. In: Barrowclough, D.A. and Malone, C., eds. Cult in Context: Reconsidering Ritual in Archaeology. Oxford: Oxbow Books, 148-157.
  • Darvill, T., 2007. Ancient Monuments in the Countryside: The English Experience. IV Congreso Internacional Sobre Musealización de Xacementos Arcqueolóxicos. Conservación e Presentación de Xacementos Arqueolóxicos No Medio Rural. Impacto Social No Territorio. Santiago de Compostela, Spain: Xunta de Galicia, 47-57.
  • Darvill, T., 2006. Early Prehistory. In: Holbrook, N. and Juřica, J., eds. Twenty Five Years of Archaeology in Gloucestershire: A Review of New Discoveries and New Thinking in Gloucestershire, South Gloucestershire, and Bristol 1979–2004. Cirencester, England: Cotswold Archaeological Trust, 5-60.
  • Darvill, T., 2006. Working Practices in Field Archaeology. In: Hunter, J. and Ralston, I., eds. Archaeological Resource Management in the UK: an introduction. Stroud, England: Sutton Publishing, 230-252.
  • Mathers, C., Darvill, T. and Little, B.J., 2005. Introduction: Archaeological Value in a World Context. In: Mathers, C., King, J.A. and Little, B.J., eds. Heritage of Value, Archaeology of Renown: Reshaping Archaeological Assessment and Significance. Gainesville, USA: University Press of Florida, 1-20.
  • Darvill, T., Hughes, L., Chartrand, J.A.H. and Cheetham, P., 2005. Hilltop cairns and round barrows within and around the southern plain. In: Darvill, T., ed. Billown Neolithic Landscape Project, Isle of Man, Eighth Report: 2003. Poole and Douglas, Isle of Man: School of Conservation Sciences, Bournemouth University and Manx National Heritage, 37-47.
  • Darvill, T., 2005. ‘Sorted for Ease and Whiz’? Approaching Value and Importance in Archaeological Resource Management. In: Mathers, C., Darvill, T. and Little, B.J., eds. Heritage of Value, Archaeology of Renown: Reshaping Archaeological Assessment and Significance. Gainesville, USA: University Press of Florida, 21-42.
  • Cheetham, P. and Chartrand, J.A.H., 2005. Topographic and geophysical surveys of the Ballahot Round Barrow. In: Darvill, T., ed. Billown Neolithic Landscape Project, Isle of Man, Eighth Report: 2003. Poole and Douglas, Isle of Man: School of Conservation Sciences, Bournemouth University and Manx National Heritage, 28-32.
  • Darvill, T., 2004. Analytical Scale, Populations, and the Mesolithic – Neolithic Transition in the Far North-West of Europe. In: Mathieu, J.R. and Scott, R.E., eds. Exploring the Role of Analytical Scale in Archaeological Interpretation. Oxford: Archaeopress, 19-26.
  • Darvill, T., 2004. Archaeology in Rock. In: Brodie, N. and Hills, C., eds. Material Engagements: Studies in Honour of Colin Renfrew. Cambridge, England: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, 55-77.
  • Darvill, T., 2004. Tales of the Land, Tales of the Sea: People and Presence in the Neolithic of Man and Beyond. In: Cummings, V. and Fowler, C., eds. The Neolithic of the Irish Sea. Materiality and Traditions of Practice. Oxford: Oxbow Books, 46-54.
  • Darvill, T., 2004. Tynwald Hill and the ‘Things’ of Power. In: Pantos, A. and Semple, S., eds. Assembly Places and Practices in Medieval Europe. Dublin, Ireland: Four Courts Press, 217-233.
  • Darvill, T., 2004. Soft-Rock and Organic Tempering in British Neolithic Pottery. In: Cleal, R. and Pollard, J., eds. Monuments and Material Culture. Papers in Honour of an Avebury Archaeologist: Isobel Smith.. Salisbury, England: Hobnob Press, 193-206.
  • Darvill, T., 2004. Public Archaeology: A European Perspective. In: Bintliffe, J., ed. A Companion to Archaeology. Oxford: Blackwell, 409-434.
  • Hambleton, E., 2003. Assessment of the Animal Bone from Site P. In: Darvill, T., ed. Billown Neolithic Landscape Project, Isle of Man. Seventh Report 2002. Poole, England: School of Conservation Sciences, Bournemouth University in assoc. with Manx National Heritage, 23.
  • Darvill, T., 2003. Billown and the Neolithic of the Isle of Man. In: Armit, I., Murphy, E., Nelis, E. and Simpson, D., eds. Neolithic Settlement in Ireland and Western Britain. Oxford: Oxbow Books, 112-119.
  • Darvill, T., 2003. Analytical Scale, Populations and the Mesolithic-Neolithic Transition in the Far Northwest of Europe. In: Bevan, L. and Moore, J., eds. Peopling the Mesolithic in a Northern Environment. Oxford: Archaeopress, 95-102.
  • Manley, H., Andrews, K. and Welham, K., 2003. Clay Sources and Their Use in Prehistoric Pottery Production. In: Darvill, T., ed. Billown Neolithic Landscape Project, Isle of Man. Seventh Report: 2002. Poole, England: School of Conservation Sciences, Bournemouth University and Manx National Heritage.
  • Boardman, S., Chartrand, J.A.H., Cheetham, P. and Darvill, T., 2003. Investigations at Newtown, Santon. In: Darvill, T., ed. Billown Neolithic Landscape Project, Isle of Man, Seventh Report: 2002. Poole and Douglas, Isle of Man: School of Conservation Sciences, Bournemouth University and Manx National Heritage, 50-54.
  • Darvill, T., 2003. Land of the Dobunni. Cheltenham, England: Committee for Archaeology in Gloucestershire and the Council for British Archaeology South West.
  • Darvill, T., 2003. The land of the Dobunni. In: Ecclestone, M., Gardner, K., Holbrook, N. and Smith, A., eds. The land of the Dobunni: papers submitted to symposia organised by the Bristol & Gloucestershire Archaeological Society's Committee for Archaeology in Gloucestershire, & the Council for British Archaeology South-West. King's Lynn: Heritage Marketing and Publications, 2-11.
  • Darvill, T., 2002. The Vale and the Forest of Dean in Prehistory. In: Verey, D. and Brooks, A., eds. Gloucestershire 2: The Vale and The Forest of Dean. London: Yale University Press, 33-37.
  • Chartrand, J.A.H., Cheetham, P., Darvill, T. and Hayes, T., 2002. The Giants Grave, Kew, German. In: Darvill, T. and Boardman, S., eds. Billown Neolithic Landscape Project, Isle of Man, Seventh Report: 2002. Poole and Douglas, Isle of Man: School of Conservation Sciences, Bournemouth University and Manx National Heritage, 37-47.
  • Darvill, T., 2002. White on Blonde: Quartz Pebbles and the Use of Quartz at Neolithic Monuments in the Isle of Man and Beyond. In: Jones, A. and MacGregor, G., eds. Colouring the Past: The Significance of Colour in Archaeological Research. Oxford: Berg, 73-93.
  • Darvill, T., 2002. Publishing Archaeology: The Cotswold Archaeology Approach. In: Enwright, D. and Watts, M., eds. A Romano-British and Medieval Settlement Site at Stoke Road, Bishop’s Cleeve, Gloucestershire. Cirencester, England: Cotswold Archaeological Trust.
  • Darvill, T., 2002. Billown Neolithic Enclosures, Isle of Man. In: Varndell, G. and Topping, P., eds. Enclosures in Neolithic Europe: essays on causewayed and non-causewayed sites. Oxford: Oxbow Books, 83-89.
  • Mundin, A., Chartrand, J.A.H. and Darvill, T., 2001. A Survey of the long barrow at Ballafayle, Maughold. In: Darvill, T., ed. Billown Neolithic Landscape Project, Isle of Man, Sixth Report: 2000. Poole and Douglas, Isle of Man: School of Conservation Sciences, Bournemouth University and Manx National Heritage, 31-39.
  • Doonan, R.C.P., Cheetham, P., O'Connor, B., Elley, T. and Welham, K., 2001. Investigations at Langness: The 2000 Field-Season. In: Darvill, T., ed. Billown Neolithic Landscape Project, Isle of Man. Sixth Report: 2000. Poole, England: School of Conservation Sciences, Bournemouth University and Manx National Heritage, 40-47.
  • Darvill, T. and Gojda, M., 2001. One land, Many Landscapes: An Introduction. In: Darvill, T. and Gojda, M., eds. One Land, Many Landscapes:: papers from a session held at the European Association of Archaeologists' Fifth Annual Meeting in Bournemouth 1999. Oxford: Archaeopress, 1-2.
  • Doonan, R.C.P., Haslam, R., Smith, M. and Welham, K., 2001. Metalworking at Site O, F630. In: Darvill, T., ed. Billown Neolithic Landscape Project, Isle of Man. Sixth Report: 2000. Poole, England: School of Conservation Sciences, Bournemouth University and Manx National Heritage, 7-8.
  • Darvill, T. and Thomas, J., 2001. Neolithic Enclosures in Atlantic Northwest Europe: Some Recent Trends. In: Darvill, T. and Thomas, J., eds. Neolithic enclosures in Atlantic Northwest Europe. Oxford: Oxbow Books, 1-23.
  • Darvill, T. and Thomas, J., 2001. Neolithic Enclosures in the Isle of Man. In: Darvill, T. and Thomas, J., eds. Neolithic enclosures in Atlantic Northwest Europe. Oxford: Oxbow Books, 155-170.
  • Darvill, T., 2001. Traditions of Landscape Archaeology in Britain: Issues of Time and Scale. In: Darvill, T. and Gojda, M., eds. One Land, Many Landscapes:: papers from a session held at the European Association of Archaeologists' Fifth Annual Meeting in Bournemouth 1999. Oxford: Archaeopress, 33-46.
  • Chartrand, J.A.H., 2001. The Langness linear cross-dyke. In: Darvill, T., ed. Billown Neolithic Landscape Project, Isle of Man, Sixth Report: 2000. Poole and Douglas, Isle of Man: School of Conservation Sciences, Bournemouth University and Manx National Heritage, 44-45.
  • Darvill, T., 2001. The Roman Ceramic Tile Fabrics. In: Anderson, A.S., Wacher, J.S. and Fitzpatrick, A.P., eds. The Romano-British Small Town at Wanborough, Wiltshire: excavations, 1966-1976. London: Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies, 317-319.
  • Chartrand, J.A.H., 2000. New tools, old tasks: Surveying with GPS in archaeology. In: Darvill, T., Afanasev, G. and Wilkes, E.M., eds. Anglo-Russian Archaeology Seminar: Recording Systems for Archaeological Projects. Poole, England: School of Conservation Sciences, Bournemouth University, 49-57.
  • Madden, C., Darvill, T. and Chartrand, J.A.H., 2000. Chapel Hill Balladoole, Arbory. In: Darvill, T., ed. Billown Neolithic Landscape Project, Isle of Man, Fifth Report: 1999. Poole, England: School of Conservation Sciences, Bournemouth University, 54-66.
  • Darvill, T., Chartrand, J.A.H. and Cheetham, P., 2000. A survey of the chambered long barrow at Cashtal yn Ard, Maughold. In: Darvill, T., ed. Billown Neolithic Landscape Project, Isle of Man, Fifth Report: 1999. Poole and Douglas, Isle of Man: School of Conservation Sciences, Bournemouth University and Manx National Heritage, 34-42.
  • Gale, J., Darvill, T., Chartrand, J.A.H. and Watson, C., 1999. A Survey of the chambered long barrows at King Orry's Grave, Laxey. In: Darvill, T., ed. Billown Neolithic Landscape Project, Isle of Man. Fourth Report: 1998. Poole and Douglas, Isle of Man: School of Conservation Sciences, Bournemouth University and Manx National Heritage, 54-61.
  • Russell, M. and Darvill, T., 1999. Excavations at the multi-ditched enclosure on Skibrick Hill 1998. In: Darvill, T., ed. Billown Neolithic Landscape Project, Isle of Man: fourth report: 1998. Poole, England: School of Conservation Sciences, Bournemouth University in association with Manx National Heritage, 7-16.
  • Darvill, T., 1999. The historic environment, historic landscapes, and space-time-action models in landscape archaeology. 104-118.
  • Gale, J., 1999. The 1996 geophysical survey of the Giant. In: Darvill, T., Barker, K., Bender, B. and Hutton, R., eds. The Cerne Giant: An Antiquity on Trial. Bournemouth: Bournemouth University, 57-62.
  • Chartrand, J.A.H., 1999. The Cerne Giant: A Place in Space. In: Darvill, T., ed. The Cerne Giant : an antiquity on trial : three cases presented to an enquiry convened to consider the origin of the Cerne Giant, held in Cerne Abbas Village Hall, Dorset, on 23rd March 1996. Oxford: Oxbow Books, 2-7.
  • Gale, J. and Darvill, T., 1998. A survey of the Ballakelly chambered tomb, Santan. Billown Neolithic Landscape Project, Isle of Man. Third Report: 1997. Bournemouth, England and Douglas, Isle of Man: Bournemouth University and Manx National Heritage, 38-42.
  • Gale, J., Chartrand, J.A.H., Fulton, A., Laughlin, B. and Darvill, T., 1997. The Mull Hill Tomb. In: Darvill, T., ed. Billown Neolithic Landscape Project, Isle of Man, 1996. Poole and Douglas, Isle of Man: School of Conservation Sciences, Bournemouth University and Manx National Heritage, 52-58.
  • Russell, M., 1997. Notes on the interpretation and affinities of enclosure F318/323. In: Darvill, T., ed. Billown Neolithic Landscape Project, Isle of Man, 1996. Poole, England: Bournemouth University School of Conservation Sciences, 68-70.
  • Russell, M. and Darvill, T., 1995. Test-pitting. In: Darvill, T., ed. Billown Neolithic Landscape Project, Isle of Man, 1995. Poole, England: Bournemouth University School of Conservation Sciences, 12-13.

Reports

Internet Publications

Films

Others

PhD Students

  • Penelope Foreman (The Colour Out of Space: Colour Use in the Monuments of Neolithic Atlantic Europe, and its Implications on Cosmology)
  • Ashley Green (Maximising Recovery Potential: Characterising Typological Interment Practices through an Evaluation of Geophysical, Remote Sensing, and Non-traditional Survey Techniques)
  • Kate Mason (2016-2020) (Bad to the Bone: an analysis of pathological conditions in human skeletal remains from the later third and early second millennium BC context in the Stonehendge landscape)
  • John Grigsby (2013-2017) (Temples and Twins: In search for an Indo-European mythological context for the shape and form of Stonehenge and other ritual sites of Neolithic and Bronze Age Britain and Ireland)
  • Daniella Vos (Identifying Activity Areas in Neolithic Sites through Ethnographic Analysis of Phytoliths and Geochemical Elements)
  • Laura Evis (Digging the Dirt. A Comparative Analysis of Excavation Methods and Recording Systems in Relation to their Applications in Forensic Archaeology)
  • Grace Jones (The origins and development of pottery production around Poole Harbour, Dorset)
  • Adam Lödöen (Dynamic modelling of the archaeological resource. Archaeological data mining for prediction and interpretation)

Profile of Teaching PG

  • Research skills

Profile of Teaching UG

  • Gathering Time (Contributor. Level C. Archaeology Courses)
  • Fieldwork and Research Skills (Unit Leader. Level I. Archaeology Courses)
  • Independent Research Project (Supervisor and taught component leader. Level H. Archaeology Courses)
  • Approaches to Archaeology (Unit Leader. Level C. Archaeology Courses)
  • Sarup to Stonehenge: Neolithic and Chalcolithic North West Europe (Unit Leader. Level H. Archaeology Courses)
  • Archaeological Management (Unit Leader. Level H. Archaeology Courses)

Invited Lectures

  • Archäologische Landesausstellung NRW
  • International Max Planck Research School for the Anthropology, Archaeology and History of Eurasia

Grants

  • ACORN (English Heritage, 19 Nov 2012). Awarded
  • Archaeological Investigations Project 2011 (English Heritage, 01 Apr 2012). Awarded
  • Thin section analysis of Neolithic pottery from Cadbury, Somerset (Maltwood Fund, 22 Apr 2012). Awarded
  • Archaeological Investigations Project 2009 (English Heritage, 01 Mar 2010). Awarded
  • Collaborative Doctorate Award (Dynamic Modelling of Archaeological Data) (AHRC, 01 Oct 2011). Awarded
  • Archaeological Investigations Project 2010 (English Heritage, 01 Mar 2011). Awarded

External Responsibilities

Public Engagement & Outreach Activities

  • 'Prehistory on the Farm' A lecture accompanied by a day-long open-table providing an opportunity to look at flints and other prehistoric finds from Abbey Home Farm, Cirencester, Gloucestershire.
  • 'A Walk in the Stonehenge landscape'. Contribution to the Royal Archaeological Institute Summer Meeting: Wessex.
  • `Beyond Stonehenge‘
  • 'Stonehenge Rocks!'
  • ‘Avebury geophysical surveys’
  • ‘Grismond’s Tower and Cirencester’s Western Roman Cemeteries’ (with Neil Holbrook
  • ‘The Stones of Stonehenge’
  • ‘On an Island: Skorba and the Neolithic temples of Malta’
  • ‘Stonehenge rocks!’
  • ‘Stonehenge rocks!’
  • Stonehenge talk and Practical Activity-Hillside First School, Verwood
  • 2014k. 26 November 2014. `Studying archaeology and anthropology: The case of Stonehenge‘. Cirencester College and Royal Agricultural University, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, UK.
  • 2014j. 4 November 2014. `Stonehenge Rocks`. Hillside Middle School, Verwood, Dorset, UK.
  • 2014i. 30 October 2014. `25 Years of Cotswold Archaeology`. Corinium Museum, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, UK
  • 2014h. 25 October 2014. ‘Belas Knap and the long barrows of the Cotswolds‘. CAG Annual Symposium 2014: The History of Gloucestershire in Nine Sites. The Guildhall, Gloucester, UK.
  • 2014g. 22 October 2014. ‘The Stones of Stonehenge’. Exeter University Forensic Science Society, Exeter University, Exeter, UK.
  • 2014f. May 2014. Guided tour of the Stonehenge landscape and interior of Stonehenge. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society Fieldtrip, Stonehenge, Wiltshire, UK.
  • 2014e. 28 April 2014. ‘Beyond Newark: Stonehenge and prehistoric ceremonial centres in the Old and New Worlds’. Local Life Lecture, Bryn Du Mansion, Granville, Licking County, Ohio, and Newark Earthwork Centre, Ohio State University, Ohio, USA.
  • 2014d. 28 April 2014. ‘Stonehenge’. McGuffey Elementary School, Newark, Ohio, USA.
  • 2014c. 11 April 2014. ‘Stonehenge rocks’. Bournemouth and Poole Medical Society, Wessex Hotel, Bournemouth, Dorset, UK.
  • 2014b. 8 April 2014. ‘Stonehenge rocks’. Poole Maritime Trust (2014 AGM), Canford Magna Golf Club, Poole, Dorset, UK.
  • 2014a. 29 March 2014. ‘Presidential Address: Grismond’s Tower, Cirencester, and the rise of springhead super-mounds in the Cotswolds and beyond’. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society (2014 AGM), Huntley Village Hall, nr. Gloucester, Gloucestershire, UK.
  • 2013l. ‘Stonehenge Rocks!’ 22 October 2013. Exeter University Archaeology Department Research Seminar. Univesity of Exeter, Exeter, UK.
  • 2013k. ‘Introduction and seminar chair’. 24 May 2013. Modelling the Past Workshop. English Heritage Regional Office, Cambridge, UK.
  • 2013j. ‘Neolithic Pembrokeshire and the SPACES Project.’ 17-19 May 2013. Neolithic Studies Group Spring Field Meeting: Pembrokeshire. Newport, Pembrokeshire, UK
  • 2013i. ‘Discussant for session: Paying dividends: securing the impact of development-led archaeological work.’ 17 April 2013. Institute for Archaeologists Conference: Making Waves - designing and demonstrating impact in archaeology and heritage. Lakeside Conference Centre, Aston University, Birmingham, UK.
  • 2013h. 'Avebury Underground'. 22 March 2013. Avebury Archaeological and Historical Research Group, Wiltshire and Swindon History Centre, Chippenham, UK.
  • 2013g. ‘Stonehenge Rocks’. 5 December 2013. Cornwall Archaeological Society (Annual Corfield-Nantkivell Memorial Lecture), Truro, Cornwall, UK.
  • 2013f ‘Merlin’s Magic Circles: Stonehenge and the Preseli bluestones’. 23 November 2013. Chester Archaeological Society, University of Chester, Chester, UK.
  • 2013e 'Launch and presentation of Gloucestershire Feet of Fines, 1360–1508'. 24 October 2013. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, Gloucestershire Archives, Gloucester, UK.
  • 2013d ‘Grismond’s Tower, Cirencester’. 19 October 2013. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, Corinium Museum and Cirencester Park, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, UK.
  • 2013c ‘Stonehenge Rocks!’ 26 September 2013. Royal Society of St George (East Dorset Branch), Bournemouth University, Bournemouth, Dorset, UK.
  • 2013b ‘Archaeology!’ 27 March 2013. Poole Grammar School Archaeology Club, Poole, Dorset, UK.
  • 2010h. 10 February 2010: Merlin’s Magic Stones: Stonehenge and the Preseli Bluestones. Cambridge University Archaeological Field Club, Department of Archaeology, Cambridge, UK.
  • 2010g. 2 October 2010: Solving Stonehenge! Member of debating panel at a session in the ‘150 Years of Salisbury Museum’ conference, Salisbury and South Wiltshire Museum, Salisbury, UK.
  • 2010f.20 October 2010: Merlin’s Magic Stones: Stonehenge and the Preseli Bluestones. The Geological Society Solent Regional Group, Bournemouth University, Bournemouth, UK.
  • 2010e.23 October 2010: Bricks and Beyond. Contribution to ‘Memorial Conference for Alan McWhirr’, Department of Archaeology, University of Leicester, Leicester, UK.
  • 2010d.26 October 2010: Merlin’s Magic Stones: Stonehenge and the Preseli Bluestones. Institute of Archaeology, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK.
  • 2010c. 9 November 2010: Merlin’s Magic Stones: Stonehenge and the Preseli Bluestones. Gloucester and District Archaeological Research Group, Cheltenham, UK.
  • 2010b. 10 November 2010: Merlin’s Magic Stones: Stonehenge and the Preseli Bluestones. Archaeology and Anthropology Society, Department of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of Bristol, Bristol, UK.
  • 2010a. 16 November 2010: Stonehenge: the healing hypothesis. Department of Archaeology, University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK.
  • 2011h. 29 April 2011. Ohio State University at Newark, Newark, Ohio, USA. Merlin’s Magic Circles: Stonehenge and the Preseli Bluestones.
  • 2011g. 30 April 2011. Hopewell Culture National Historical Park in Chillicothe, Ohio, USA. Merlin’s Magic Circles: Stonehenge and the Preseli Bluestones.
  • 2011f. 18 May 2011. St David’s C of E Primary School, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire, UK. Being an archaeologist.
  • 2011e. 19 & 20 May 2011. Cirencester Primary School, Victoria Road, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, UK. Being and archaeologist & geophysical survey of the school field.
  • 2011d. 25 May 2011. Stogursey Amenity Society, Castle Street, Stogursey, Somerset, UK. Pairs of standing stones as gateways to another world.
  • 2011c. 19 October 2011. Wareham and District Archaeology and Local History Society, Wareham Middle School, Wareham, Dorset, UK. A tomb with a view… Cotswold Severn Long barrows.
  • 2011b. 23 November 2011. SUBU BUnique Week, Bournemouth University, Dorset, UK. Right Here, Right Now: archaeology in the world of rock and roll.
  • 2011a. 7 December 2011. University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. Merlin’s Magic Circles: Stonehenge and the Preseli Bluestones. See online version at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1aub6DPM2pU
  • 2012h. ‘Billown: a prehistoric landscape’. 22 February 2012. Liverpool University Centre for Manx Studies, Douglas, Isle of Man.
  • 2012g. ‘Beyond Stonehenge’. 2 March 2012. Institute of Archaeology, UCL, London, UK
  • 2012f. ‘Merlin’s Magic Circles. Stonehenge and the use of Preseli Bluestone’. 2 May 2012. Die Vortragsreihe des FSR-Archäologie, Universität Leipzig, Germany.
  • 2012e. 'Roman archaeology in the Cotswolds’. 5 May 2012. Roman Society Spring Tour, Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, UK
  • 2012d. ‘Merlin’s Magic Circles. Stonehenge and the use of Preseli Bluestone’. 9 May 2012. Research Seminar Series 2011-12, Department of Archaeology, University of Durham, Durham, UK.
  • 2012c. 'A tomb with a view: Cotswold long barrows’. 1 October 2012. South Wessex Archaeological Association, Bournemouth, UK
  • 2012b. 'Merlin’s Magic Circles. Stonehenge and the use of Preseli Bluestone’. 10 November 2012. Milton Keynes Archaeology Day 2012, Milton Keynes Central Library, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, UK.
  • 2012a. ‘Merlin’s Magic Circles. Stonehenge and the use of Preseli Bluestone’. 3 December 2012. Plymouth University, Plymouth, Devon, UK.
  • 2013a 'Standing with Stones: researching megalithic tombs in Germany and beyond' 20 March 2013. Wareham and District Archaeological and Local History Society, Wareham Middle School, at 7:30pm.

Conference Presentations

  • The Prehistoric Society Europa Conference: The Origins of Monumentality, Sticks and stones and broken bones: rethinking early monumentality in England and Wales, 29 May 2015, University College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland
  • Heritage, Food and Farming Workshop, Passage graves and Neolithic landscapes, 31 May 2015, Dowth Hall, Dowth, Ireland
  • Megaliths, Societies, Landscapes: Early monumentality and social differentiation in Neolithic Europe Conference, Investigations at Friedrichsruhe Barrow Cemetery, Kr Parchim, Mecklenburg, Germany, 16 June 2015, Christian-Albrechts-Universitat, Kiel, Germany.
  • 21st Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists, Archaeological Investigations and grey literature in England, 3 September 2015, Glasgow University, Glasgow, UK
  • Resources and techniques in archaeology. Annual Conference of Independent Archaeologists, Planning and local communities, 19 September 2015, East Dorset Antiquarian Society, Wimborne Minster, Dorset, UK.
  • 81st Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Beyond Hopewell: ceremonial centres and their cosmologies, 5 May 2016, Dolphin Centre, Orlando, Florida, United States of America

Qualifications

  • BA (Hons) in Archaeology (University of Southampton, 1979)
  • PhD in The Neolithic of Wales and the mid-west of England (University of Southampton, 1983)
  • DSc in British prehistory (University of Southampton, 2005)

Honours

  • Лауреаты Национальной премии в областиохраны археологического наследия Росси “Достояние поколений” за 2006 год. За высокий научный уровень археологических исследований (National Award for the protection of the archaeological heritage of Russia ‘Property of generations’2006. For the high scientific level of archaeological research) (Археологическое Наследие (Russian Archaeological Heritage Foundation), 2006)
  • Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE). Appointed in the 2010 Queen’s Birthday Honours for ‘Services to Archaeology’ announced on 12 June 2010. (2010)

Memberships

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