The Hill Figure Bibliography

Some references I have sorted by Author

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Anonymous ( 0) Ditchling Cross. TQ31SE36.

Mormond Hill 1:10425/ 1:652. (1901) Ordnance Survey.

Mormond Hill 1:10425/ 1:652. (1901) Ordnance Survey.

Anonymous (1922) Some Dragon. The Dragon 275, 339

Anonymous (1947) Former white horse at ham. Wiltshire Archaeological Magazine 42, 73

Anonymous (1956) Landmark Goes. Kentish Gazette 6th January edn,

Anonymous (1958) Kent Messenger 31st October edn,

Anonymous (1959) End of the First cross Channel Flight. Kentish Express 10th April edn,

Anonymous (1959) Kent Messenger 10th April edn,

Anonymous (1969) Kent Messenger 27th May edn,

Anonymous (1984) The Fovant Badges Society. 4th edn. Fovant: The Fovant Badges Society.

Anonymous (1993) Unravelling the secrets of the white horse. Engl Heritage Mag 24, 12

Anonymous (1994) The Natural History of a Country Estate, Wye College, Kent. Wye, Kent: Wye College Press.

Anonymous (1994) Thoroughly modern marvel. Heritage Today 26, 44-46.

Anonymous (1999) A village booklet on Shoreham Kent.

Alford, A.F. (1996) Gods of the New Millennium. Walsall: Eridu Books.

Aveni, A.F., Clarkson, P.B., Urton, G., Silverman, H., Ruggles, C.L.N., Johnson, G.W., Meisner, D.E. and Johnson, W.L. (1990) The Lines of Nazca. Philadelphia: The American Philosophical Society.

Bayley, H. (1935) The Lost Language of London. London: Johnathan Cape.

Bergamar, K. (1968) Discovering Hill Figures. 1st edn. Princes Risborough: Shire.

Bergamar, K. (1986) Discovering Hill Figures. 3rd edn. Princes Risborough: Shire.

Bergamar, K. (1997) Discovering Hill Figures. 4th edn. Princes Risborough: Shire.

Bettey, J.H. (1981) The Cerne Abbas giant: the documentary evidence. Antiquity 55, 118-121.

Bradford, L. (1986) Fovant Badges Society A History. Fovant: Fovant Badges Society.

Castleden, R. (1996) The Cerne Giant. Wincanton: Dorset Publishing Company.

Chadwick Hawkes, S., Ellis Davidson, H.R. and Hawkes, C. (1965) The Finglesham man. Antiquity 39, 17-32.

Clark, W.A. (1997) Dowsing Gogmagog. 3rd Stone 8-20.

Clarke, N. (1998) The Rude Man of cerne Abbas and Other Wessex Landscape Oddities. Lyme Regis: Nigel J Clarke Publications.

Clarkson, P.B. (1999) Designs in the Desert. Discovering Archaeology 84-89.

Clayton, P. (1996) Guide to the archaeological sites of britain. 2nd edn. Batsford Academic.

Colley, M.H.Y. (1901) The Giant and the Maypole of Cerne. Proceedings of the Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society 22, 101-118.

Crawford, O.G.S. (1929) The Giant of Cerne and Other Hill Figures. Antiquity 3, 277-282.

Darvill, T., Barker, K., Bender, B. and Hutton, R. (1999) The Cerne Giant An Antiquity on Trial. Oxford: Oxbow Books.

Dewar, H.S.L. (1968) The Giant of Cerne Abbas. St. Peter Port: Toucan.

Egdell, D. (1999) The Lost Horse of Westbury. 3rd Stone 27-30.

Farrant, J.H. (1993) The long man of Wilmington, East Sussex: the documentary evidence reviewed. Sussex Archaeol Collect 131, 129-138.

Glasscock, H.H. (1965) Wye Crown. Journal of the Agricola Club 6, 28-33.

Grinsell, L. (1980) The Cerne Abbas giant: 1764-1980. Antiquity 54, 29-36.

Hadingham, E. (1987) Lines to the Mountain Gods: Nazca and the Mysteries of Peru. Random House.

Hales, I. (1981) The White Cross of Lenham. Bygone kent 3, 8-9.

Original Plan of the White Horse Kilburn. Hodgson, J. (1857)

Hows, M.E.P. (2000) A New Era in Hillfigure Construction. 3rd Stone 29-31.

Johnson, B. (1985) Earth figures of the lower colorado and gila river deserts: A fuctional analysis. Yuma: Arizona Archaeological Society.

Johnson, B. (1986) Earth figures of the lower colorado river valley.

Johnson, B. (1996) A Lesson in Stone: The Sears Point Archaeological Site, Lower Gila River, Southwestern Arizona. Yuma: Bureau of Land Management, Yuma,AZ.

Johnson, B. (1997) Quartzite Earthfigure Complex and Blythe Intaglios. Quartzsite, A to Z Encyclopedia 2 54-74. Quartzsite,AZ,USA.

Lethbridge, T.C. (1957) Gogmagog, The Buried Gods. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul Ltd.

Levien, D.V. (1923) Wessex white horses and other turf landmarks on the great western railway. London: Great Western Railway.

Lindsay Scott, W. (1937) The Chiltern White Crosses. Antiquity 11, 100-104.

Linton, D. (1999) Shoreham's indelible symbol. unknown

Ma, M.W. and Ma, J., S. (1989) Shoreham A Village in Kent. The Shoreham Society.

Maples, M. (1981) White Horses and Other Hill Figures. 2nd edn. Stroud: Alan Sutton.

Marsden, F. (1984) The white horse near Litlington, East Sussex. Sussex Archaeol Collect 122, 222-223.

Marsden, F. (1986) The white horse near Litlington: A further note. Sussex Archaeol Collect 124, 250-252.

Meyrick, O. (1964) An elusive white horse on rockley down. Wiltshire Archaeological Magazine 59, 183-185.

Miller, W.G. and Carrdus, K.A. (1965) The Red Horse of Tysoe. Banbury: St Johns House.

Morrison, J. (1990) White Horses. Bratton History Association Journal 1, 10-13.

Morrison, T. (1978) Pathways to the Gods - The Mystery of the Andes Lines. Salisbury: Michael Rusell.

Mortimer, N. (1997) The Snob's Horse Spotted. 3rd Stone 7

Newman, P. (1987) Gods and Graven Images: The Chalk Hill-Figures of Britain. 2nd edn. London: Robert Hale.

Newman, P. (1997) Lost gods of albion - The chalk hillfigures of Britain. 2nd edn. Stroud: Sutton Publishing.

Nuttall, R. (1996) The Fovant Badges Society. Fovant: Fovant Badges Society.

Petrie, F. (1926) The Hill Figures of England. London: Royal Anthropological institute.

Piggott, S. (1931) The Uffington white horse. Antiquity 5, 37-46.

Piggott, S. (1932) The name of the giant of Cerne. Antiquity 6, 214-216.

Piggott, S. (1938) Antiquity 12, 326-327.

Reich, L.M. (1993) Wye's Crown Jewel. Kent Seen May, 11-12.

Sidgwick, J.B. (1939) The Mystery of the Long Man. Sussex County Magazine 13, 408-420.

Skilbeck, D. (1957) The Crown on the Wye Downs. Journal of the Agricola Club 3, 64-65.

Snelson, K.E. (1994) Wye Crown Restoration Works 1991-94. Wye: Wye College.

Sparks, M. (1980) The Parish of St Martin and St Paul. Canterbury: The Friends of St Martin.

Flightpath to the gods: An investigation into the mystery of the Nazca lines. Spawforth, T., Reiche, M., Browne, D., Cogorno, A., Uitebsky, P., Silverman, H., Von-Daniken, E., Pablo, D., Clarkson, P.B. and Clarkson, P. (1997) Manchester: BBC. 1 86120 025 0. Television Programme. 50 Minutes. VHS / Transcript.

Squier, E.G. and Davis, E.H. (1847) Ancient Monuments of the Mississippi Valley. Smithsonian Institution.

Sykes, J.D. (1989) The Crown Revisited. Part 2. Journal of the Agricola Club 14, 52-55.

Sykes, J.D. (1990) The Crown Revisited. Journal of the Agricola Club 14, 43-46.

Sykes, J.D. (1992) Wye Crown Restoration - A Noble Project. Journal of the Agricola Club 15, 61-62.

Sykes, J.D. (1993) Wye Crown Restoration Project, Progress and Prospect. Journal of the Agricola Club 15, 56-59.

Sykes, J.D. (1994) The Crown Restored. Journal of the Agricola Club 16, 58-60.

Thorpe, J. (1995) Kilburn and its horse. Kilburn: Kilburn White Horse Assn.

Underwood, G. (1969) Hill figures and related topographical markings. In: Anonymous The pattern of the past. Aylesbury: Hazell Watson and Viney Ltd]

Von Werlhof, J. (1997) Spirits of the Earth. A Study of Earthern Art in the North American Desert. Vol 1 The North Desert.

Wilder, J. (1997) The Chosen Ones. 3rd Stone 24-26.

Willcox, T. (1988) Hard times for the Cerne Giant: 20th-century attitudes to an ancient monument. Antiquity 62, 524-526.

Young, J. and Young, M. ( 199) A tour of the white horses uffington and the six in wiltshire. Marlborough: J & M Young.

Young, T.J. (1902) The Crown and the College. Journal of the Agricola Club 1, 4-5.

Young, T.J. (1933) The digging of the crown. Journal of the Agricola Club 7, 360-362.