Lochbrow featured in a post for the Day of Archaeology 2012.
More information about Lochbrow can be found in the following publications by Lochbrow Landscape Project staff:
Graves McEwan, D. 2012 Qualitative Landscape Theories and Archaeological Predictive Modelling—A Journey Through No Man’s Land? Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory, DOI: 10.1007/s10816-012-9143-6.
Millican, K. 2012 Timber monuments, landscape and the environment in the Nith Valley, Dumfries and Galloway, Oxford Journal of Archaeology, 31(1), 27-46.
General background to themes related to the Lochbrow Landscape Project can be explored through the following readings:
Brophy, K. and Millican, K. 2015 Wood and Fire: Scotland’s timber cursus monuments. The Archaeological Journal, 172(2), 297-324.
Graves, D. 2011 The use of predictive modelling to target Neolithic settlement and occupation activity in mainland Scotland, Journal of Archaeological Science, 38(3), 633-656.
Millican, K. 2007 Turning in circles: a reassessment of the timber circles of Scotland, Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland,137, 5-34.
Millican, K. 2012 The outside inside: combining aerial photographs, cropmarks and landscape experience, Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory, 19(4), 548-563. DOI: 10.1007/s10816-012-9140-9.
Noble, G. 2006 Neolithic of Scotland: Timber, Stone, Earth and Fire, Edinburgh University Press.
Thomas, J. 2007 Place and Memory: excavations at the Pict’s Knowe, Holywood and Holm Farm, Dumfries and Galloway, 1994-8, Oxford, Oxbow Books.
Wilson, D. R. 2000 Air Photo Interpretation for Archaeologists, Stroud, Tempus.