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Barnatt, J, 1980. Lesser Known Stone Circles in Cornwall in Cornish Archaeology 19, pp.17-30.

Barnatt, J, 1982. Prehistoric Cornwall: The Ceremonial Monuments. Turnstone Press Limited. ISBN 0 85500 129 1

Beresford, G, 1971. Berry Court, Jacobstow in Cornish Archaeology 10, pp95-96.

Bird, E, 1998. The Coasts of Cornwall. Alexander Associates.

Borlase, WC, 1872. Nænia Cornubiæ.

Brooks, RT, 1974. The Excavation of the Rumps Cliff Castle, St Minver, Cornwall in Cornish Archaeology 13, pp 5-50.

Buck, C and Berry, E, 1996. St Just Town Survey and Historic Audit. Historic Environment Service, Cornwall County Council.
Buller, J, 1842. A Statistical Account of the Parish of St Just in Penwith.
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Cahill Partnership and Cornwall Historic Environment Service, 2005. Cornwall Industrial Settlements Initiative: Roche. Historic Environment Service, Cornwall County Council.

Canner, AC, 1982. The Parish of Tintagel: some historical notes.

Coe, D, 2002. Chysauster Ancient Village, Gulval, Cornwall. English Heritage Publications.

Cooke, IM, 1993. Mother and Sun. Over Wallop, BAS Printers Ltd.

Cole, R, 1997. Gear Sands, Perranzabuloe. An Archaeological Assessment. Historic Environment Service, Cornwall County Council.

Cole, R and Jones, A, 2003. Journeys to the Rock: archaeological investigations at Tregarrick Farm, Roche, Cornwall. in Cornish Archaeology 41-42, pp107-143.

Clarke, EV, 1961. Cornish Fogous.

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Dudley, P, 2005. Helman Tor, CWT Properties, Cornwall. Archaeological Assessments. Historic Environment Service, Cornwall County Council.
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Firth, A, Watson, K, and Ellis, C, 1998. Tamar Estuaries Historic Environment: a review of marine and coastal archaeology. Plymouth Archaeology Occasional Publication No. 3, 1998. ISBN 1-85522-592-1.
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Gossip, J, 1999. Chûn Downs, Cornwall. An Archaeological and Historical Assessment. Historic Environment Service, Cornwall County Council.
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Harvey, J, 1969 (Ed). Itineraries of William of Worcestre.

Herring, P and Smith, J, 1991. The Archaeology of the St Austell China Clay Area. Historic Environment Service, Cornwall County Council.

Herring, P, 2000. Boscawen-ûn, St Buryan, Cornwall. An Archaeological Assessment. Historic Environment Service, Cornwall County Council.

Herring, P, 1997. Early Prehistoric Sites at Leskernick, Altarnun  in Cornish Archaeology 36 pp176-185.

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Johns, C, 2005. Halligye Fogou, Mawgan-in-Meneage Cornwall. Historic Environment Service, Cornwall County Council.

Johnson, R. and Rose, P, 1994. Bodmin Moor: An Archaeological Survey. Vol.1: The human landscape to c1800. English Heritage. ISBN 0953 3796.

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Langdon, AG, 1896. Old Cornish Crosses.

Langdon, A, 1996. Stone Crosses in North Cornwall. Federation of Old Cornwall Societies. ISBN 0 9528684 0 7.

Langdon, A, 2005. Stone Crosses in East Cornwall. Federation of Old Cornwall Societies. ISBN 0 902660 32 2.

Leland, J, 1540. The Itinerary of John Leland.

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Martin, L,  2004. The Hurlers, Cornwall. Report on Geophysical Survey, February 2004. English Heritage.

McLauchlan, H, 1849. Unknown Title, pp 29-31. RRIC.

Mercer, R, 1981. Excavations at Carn Brea, Illogan, Cornwall - a Neolithic Fortified Complex of the Third Millennium BC in Cornish Archaeology 20, pp 1-204

Mercer, R, 1997. The Excavation of a Neolithic Enclosure Complex at Helman Tor, Lostwithiel, Cornwall in Cornish Archaeology 36, pp 5-63.

Meyrick, J, 1982. A Pilgrims Guide to the Holy Wells of Cornwall.

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Nowakowski, J, 2006. Kynance Gate – Summary of Archaeology. Historic Environment Service, Cornwall County Council.
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Payne, R, and Lewsey, R, 1999. The Romance of the Stones: Cornwall's Pagan Past. Alexander Associates. ISBN 899526 66 8

Peacock, DPS, 1969. A Romano-British Salt-working Site at Trebarveth, St Keverne in Cornish Archaeology 8, pp.47-65.

Preston-Jones, A and Rose, P, 1992. Week St Mary, Town and Castle in Cornish Archaeology 31, pp143-153.

Preston-Jones, A. 1987. Week St Mary. The Archaeology and Interpretation of a Parish. Historic Environment Service, Cornwall County Council.

Preston-Jones, A. 1994. An Archaeological Assessment of Roughtor, Bodmin Moor. Historic Environment Service, Cornwall County Council.

Preston-Jones, A, 19**. Kynance Gate Prehistoric Settlement. Historic Environment Service, Cornwall County Council.

Preston-Jones, A, 1993. The Men-an-Tol. Management and Survey. Historic Environment Service, Cornwall County Council.

Preston-Jones, A, 1993. The Men-an-Tol reconsidered in Cornish Archaeology 32, pp 5-16.

Preston-Jones, A, and Atwell, D, 2003. The Trippet Stones Stone Circle. Historic Environment Service, Cornwall County Council.

Preston-Jones, A, 2000. Tregeseal Stone Circle, St Just. Historic Environment Service, Cornwall County Council.

Preston-Jones, A, 1988. Kilkhampton Castle; Archaeology, History, Management. Historic Environment Service, Cornwall County Council.

Preston-Jones, A, and Attwell, D, 1997. The Rectory Cross-head at Lanteglos By Camelford. Historic Environment Service, Cornwall County Council.

Pye, A, and Woodward, F, 1996. The Historic Defences of Plymouth. Cornwall County Council. ISBN 1 898166 46 3.

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Quinnell, H and Harris, DG, 1985. Castle Dore - The Chronology Reconsidered in Cornish Archaeology 24, pp123-131.
 
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Radford, CAR, 1951. Report on excavations at Castle Dore. JRIC.

Rahtz, P, 1971. Castle Dore - A Reappraisal of the Post-Roman Structures in Cornish Archaeology 10, pp49-54.

Reynolds, A, 1999. Kilkhampton castle Farm, An Archaeological and Historical Assessment. Historic Environment Service, Cornwall County Council.

Reynolds, A, 2000. Helford Estuary Historic Audit. Historic Environment Service, Cornwall County Council.

Rose, P. and Johnson, N, 1983. Helman Tor, Lanlivery in Cornish Archaeology  23; p186.

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Sharpe, A. 1999. Ballowall St Just in Penwith, Cornwall. An Archaeological Assessment. Historic Environment Service, Cornwall County Council.

Startin, W, 1981. Halligey Fogou, Trelowarren in Cornish Archaeology 20, pp219-220.

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Tangye, M, 1999. ‘The Plain-an-Gwarry at St Just: its conservation and restoration’. Old Cornwall XII, No. 4, 32-35.
Tapper, B. and Herring, P,  2005. Caradon Hill Area Heritage Project, Cornwall - Historic Landscape Characterisation. Historic Environment Service, Cornwall County Council.

Thomas, I, 1957. The Lizard.

Thomas, I, and WA Creeth. 1960. The Lizard. Vol 12, 8-13.

Thomas, N, 1993. A Brief Historical and Archaeological Survey of St Michael’s Chapel, Rame Head. Historic Environment Service, Cornwall County Council.

Thomas, N, 1994. An Archaeological Assessment of the National Trust Estate at Lanydrock, Cornwall. Historic Environment Service, Cornwall County Council.

Thomas, N, 1992. An Archaeological Assessment of the Kilkhampton Area. Historic Environment Service, Cornwall County Council.

Thomas, N, 1999. St Catherine’s Castle, Fowey. An Archaeological Assessment. Historic Environment Service, Cornwall County Council.

Thurley, S and Preston-Jones, A, 1990. Castle-an-Dinas - its Preservation Above and Below Ground. English Heritage.

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Wailes, B, 1963. Excavations at Castle-an-Dinas: Interim Report in Cornish Archaeology 2, pp.51-54.

Wilson, DM and Hurst, G, 1970. Manors and Moats in Journal of Mediæval Archaeology 14, pp189-190.

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