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Cornwall Archaeological Unit publications

Cornwall Archaeological Unit (CAU) has produced a number of publications which can be purchased from our Truro office. All prices are in sterling and include postage to addresses in the UK. If postage to an address outside the UK is required, please contact us for costs.

To order online, click on any publication title and select the items you require. Alternatively, contact us using the details shown on this page. 

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Cornwall Archaeological Unit Publications

The Lyonesse Project

A study of the historic coastal and marine environment of the Isles of Scilly (2016) was £41.50 Now only £25.00

Bypassing Indian Queens

Archaeological Excavations 1992-1994. E-Publication on CD (2015) £9.99

Trevelgue Head, Cornwall

The importance of CK Croft  Andrew’s 1939 excavations for prehistoric and Roman Cornwall (2011) was £43.05 Now only £20.00

Goon, hal, cliff and croft

The archaeology and landscape history of west Cornwall’s rough ground (2011) was £29.00 Now only £15.00

Discounted rate of £25.00 when you purchase both  rough ground publications together.

Managing the historic environment on west Cornwall’s rough ground

(2011) was £29.00 Now only £15.00

Discounted rate of £25.00 when you purchase both  rough ground publications together.

Bodmin Moor’s Archaeological Heritage

(2001) £5.00

St Michaels Mount

Archaeological Works 1995-8 (2001) was £10.00 Now only £7.50

Archaeology of Kit Hill

(1998) £3.00

What Lies Beneath…St Newlyn East and Mitchell

(2004) was £10.00 Now only £7.50

Fal Estuary Historic Audit

(1997) £8.00

Cornwall Archaeological Unit publications available through alternative publishers

Settlement and Metalworking in the Middle Bronze Age and Beyond

New evidence from Tremough, Cornwall. (2015)

Down the Bright Stream

The Prehistory of Woodcock Corner and the Tregurra Valley, Cornwall. (2022)

Newquay Strategic Road Corridor

Excavation of Later Prehistoric and Roman Sites along the Route of the Newquay Strategic Road Corridor, Cornwall (2019)

Later Prehistoric Settlement in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly

Evidence from Five Excavations (2021)

The Drowning of a Cornish Prehistoric Landscape

Tradition, Deposition and Social Responses to Sea Level Rise (2023)


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