Julian Thomas

[[Stonehenge Julian Stewart Thomas (born 1959) is a British archaeologist, publishing on the Neolithic and Bronze Age prehistory of Britain and north-west Europe. Thomas has been vice president of the Royal Anthropological Institute since 2007, is a fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London, has been professor of archaeology at the University of Manchester since 2000, and is former secretary of the World Archaeological Congress. Thomas is perhaps best known as the author of the academic publication ''Understanding the Neolithic'' in particular, and for his work with the Stonehenge Riverside Project. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Richardson, Megan, Thomas, Julian
Published 2012
Cambridge University Press