Peter Hoare’s Publications

Below we have provided a comprehensive list of Peter Hoare’s publications:

Lewis, S.G., Ashton, N.M., Davis, R.J., Hatch, M., Hoare, P.G., Voinchet, P. and Bahain, J-J. (submitted). A revised terrace stratigraphy and chronology for the early Middle Pleistocene Bytham River in the Breckland of East Anglia, UK. Quaternary Science Reviews.

Bynoe, R., Ashton, N.M., Grimmer, T., Hoare, P.G., Leonard, J., Lewis, S.G., Nicholas, D. and Parfitt, S.A. (2021). Coastal curios? An analysis of ex situ beach finds for mapping new Palaeolithic sites at Happisburgh, UK. Journal of.Quaternary Science, 36(2), 191-210.

Hoare, P.G., Clark, A. and McCullough, J.L. (In press). An eminent archaeologist and an aspirant prehistorian: Worthington George Smith’s adoption of Vernon Parry Kitchin. Bedfordshire Archaeology.

Hoare, P.G. and McCullough, J.L. (2019). Worthington George Smith (1835–1917): one of the greats of Palaeolithic archaeology but happiest with humble men. Transactions of the London and Middlesex Archaeological Society, 70, 233–256.

Lewis, S.G., Ashton, N.M., Hoare, P.G. and Parfitt, S.A. (2019). Human occupation of Northern Europe in MIS 13: a response to comments by Gibbard et al. (2019). Quaternary Science Reviews, 223, Article UNSP 105851.

Lewis, S.G., Ashton, N.M., Field, M.H., Hoare, P.G., Kamermans, H., Knul, M., Mücher, H.J., Parfitt, S.A., Roebroeks, J.W.M. and Sier, M.J. (2019). Human occupation of northern Europe in MIS 13: Happisburgh Site 1 (Norfolk, UK) and its European context. Quaternary Science Reviews, 211, 34–58.

Davis, R.J., Lewis, S.G., Ashton, N.M., Parfitt, S.A., Hatch, M.T. and Hoare, P.G. (2017). The early Palaeolithic archaeology of the Breckland: current understanding and directions for future research. The Journal of Breckland Studies, 1, 28–44.

Hoare, P.G. and Ashton, N.M. (2016). The Dallow Farm hand-axe: Worthington George Smith’s association with a very early archaeological find. Lithics: the Journal of the Lithic Studies Society, 37, 68–72.

Hoare, P.G. and Ketel, H. (2015). English medieval churches, ‘festival orientation’ and William Wordsworth. In: Pimenta, F., Ribeiro, N., Silva, F., Campion, N., Joaquinito, A. and Tirapicos, L. (eds), SEAC 2011 Stars and Stones: Voyages in Archaeoastronomy and Cultural Astronomy. Proceedings of the SEAC 2011 conference, British Archaeological Reports International Series, 2720, 286–292.

Hoare, P.G. (2015). Arthritic, scavenged and largely abandoned: the curious tale of a giant pliosaur from the Kimmeridge Clay at Stretham, Cambridgeshire, U.K. Proceedings of the Geologists’ Association, 126, 381–389. 

Hoare, P.G. (2015). Orientation of English medieval parish churches. In: Ruggles, C.L.N. (ed.) Handbook of Archaeoastronomy and Ethnoastronomy, 3 volumes, Springer, New York, 1711–1718.

Hoare, P.G. (2014). Photographing anything that took his fancy. [The wonderful documentary photography of Hallam Ashley.] British Archaeology, 139 (Nov/Dec), 40–43.

Hoare, P.G. (2014). The geology and geomorphology of Blick Mead. In: Jacques, D. and Phillips, T. Mesolithic settlement near Stonehenge: excavations at Blick Mead, Vespasian’s Camp, Amesbury. The Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, 107, 14–15.

Ashton, N.M., Lewis, S.G., De Groote, I.E., Duffy, S.M., Bates, M.R., Bates, C.R., Hoare, P.G., Lewis, M.D., Parfitt, S.A., Peglar, S., Williams, C. and Stringer, C.B. (2014). Hominin footprints from Early Pleistocene deposits at Happisburgh, UK. PLoS ONE, 9(2) e88329.doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0088329

Larkin, N.R. and Hoare, P.G. (2013). The geological heritage of Banham, south Norfolk: cider, bricks and tunnel vision. Bulletin of the Geological Society of Norfolk, 62, 3−19.

Hoare P.G. and Fiske, R. (2012). The mystery of Sir Jonathan Atkins’ arms. The Heraldry Gazette, 123, 8.

Gale, S.J. and Hoare, P.G. (2012). The stratigraphic status of the Anthropocene. The Holocene, 22, 1478–1481.

Hoare, P.G. (2012). Scandinavian indicators in East Anglia’s “pre-glacial” succession. In Dixon, R.G. (ed.) A Celebration of Suffolk Geology. GeoSuffolk 10th Anniversary Volume, GeoSuffolk, Ipswich, 341–352.

Gale, S.J. and Hoare, P.G. (2012). Quaternary Sediments: Petrographic Methods for the Study of Unlithified Rocks, 2nd edition, The Blackburn Press, New Jersey, 325 pp. 

Lewis, S.G. and Hoare, P.G. (2012). A reinvestigation of the Chapel Hill sands, Norwich, Norfolk.Quaternary Newsletter, 126, 64–66.

Nývlt, D. and Hoare, P.G. (2011). Petrology, provenance and shape of clasts in the glaciofluvial sediments of the Mníšek member, northern Bohemia, Czechia. Sborník Geologických Věd, Antropozoikum (Journal of Geological Sciences, Anthropozoic), 27, 5–22.

Hoare, P.G. (2010). Sir Jonathan Atkins – Holborn House, Barbados – the marble relief of King’s Lynn, Norfolk (1687): a puzzling link? Norfolk Archaeology, 46, 48–62.

Parfitt, S.A., Ashton, N.M., Lewis, S.G., Abel, R.L., Coope, G.R., Field, M.H., Gale, R., Hoare, P.G., Larkin, N.R., Lewis, M.D., Karloukovski, V., Maher, B.A., Peglar, S.M., Preece, R.C., Whittaker, J.E. and Stringer, C.B. (2010). Early Pleistocene human occupation at the edge of the boreal zone in northwest Europe. Nature, 466, 229–233.

Larkin, N.R. and Hoare, P.G. (2009). Norwich Castle Museum’s glacial erratic database goes ‘live’. Quaternary Newsletter, 117, 17–21.

Hoare, P.G., Gale, S.J., Robinson, R.A.J., Connell, E.R. and Larkin, N.R., (2009). Marine Isotope Stage 7–6 transition age for beach sediments at Morston, north Norfolk, U.K.: implications for Pleistocene chronology, stratigraphy and tectonics. Journal of Quaternary Science, 24, 311–316. 

Hoare, P.G. (2009). Determining the age of the ancient beach succession at Morston, north Norfolk, U.K., by the optically stimulated luminescence (OSL) procedure. Quaternary Newsletter, 118, 36–38.

Hoare, P.G. and Larkin, N.R. (2008). The glacial erratic collection at Norwich Castle Museum. Bulletin of the Geological Society of Norfolk, 58, 37–61.

Gale, S.J. and Hoare, P.G. (2008). The Blakeney esker (TG 04). In: Candy, I., Lee, J.R. and Harrison, A.M. (eds) The Quaternary of Northern East Anglia. Field Guide. Quaternary Research Association, London, 204–222.

Gale, S.J. and Hoare, P.G. (2007b). The glacial stratigraphy of lowland southern and eastern Britain: temperate-stage deposits at Morston and Kirmington. Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society 56, 245–251. 

Gale, S.J. and Hoare, P.G. (2007a). The age and origin of the Blakeney esker of north Norfolk: implications for the glaciology of the southern North Sea Basin. In: Hambrey M.J., Christoffersen P., Glasser N.F. and Hubbard B.P. (eds) Glacial Sedimentary Processes and Products. International Association of Sedimentologists Special Publication 39, 203–234. 

Hoare, P.G., Larkin, N.R. and Connell, E.R. (2006b). Erratum. The first appearance of Norwegian indicator erratics in the glacial succession of northeast Norfolk, eastern England, UK. Quaternary Newsletter, 109, 21.

Hoare, P.G., Larkin, N.R. and Connell, E.R. (2006a). The first appearance of Norwegian indicator erratics in the glacial succession of northeast Norfolk, eastern England, UK. Quaternary Newsletter, 108, 6–13.

Hoare, P.G. and Connell, E.R. (2005b). The first appearance of Scandinavian indicators in East Anglia’s glacial record – reply. Bulletin of the Geological Society of Norfolk, 55, 52–62.

Hoare, P.G. and Connell, E.R. (2005a). The first appearance of Scandinavian indicators in East Anglia’s glacial recordBulletin of the Geological Society of Norfolk, 54, 3–14.

Vinx, R., Hoare, P.G., Ehlers, J. and Stevenson, C.R. (2004). Baltoskandische Glazialgeschiebe in der Stadtmauer von King’s Lynn in Südostengland als Beleg einer mittelalterlichen Handelsverbindung. [Baltoscandian glacial erratic boulders in the Town Wall of King’s Lynn in southeastern England as proof of a medieval trading connection.] Archiv für Geschiebekunde, 3, 711–720.

Hoare, P.G. and Connell, E.R. (2003). Drift deposits at the ‘Red Lion’, Stiffkey, north Norfolk. Quaternary Newsletter, 101, 52–54.

Hoare, P.G., Stevenson, C.R. and Godby, S.P. (2002). Sand sheets and ventifacts: the legacy of aeolian action in west Norfolk, UK. Proceedings of the Geologists’ Association, 113, 301–317. 

Hoare, P.G., Vinx, R., Stevenson, C.R. and Ehlers, J. (2002). Reused bedrock ballast in King’s Lynn’s ‘Town Wall’ and the Norfolk port’s medieval trading links. Medieval Archaeology, 46, 91–105.

Hoare, P.G. (2002). Book reviews: ‘The Quaternary of Norfolk and Suffolk. Field Guide’ and ‘The Quaternary of the Banffshire coast and Buchan. Field Guide’. Quaternary Science Reviews, 21, 1555–1557.

Clarke, M.L., Rendell, H.M., Hoare, P.G., Godby, S.P. and Stevenson, C.R. (2001). The timing of coversand deposition in northwest Norfolk, UK: a cautionary tale. Quaternary Science Reviews, 20, 705–713. 

Nývlt, D. and Hoare, P.G. (2000). Valounové analýzy glacifluviálních sedimentů severních Čech. [Clast lithological analyses of glaciofluvial sediments in northern Bohemia.] Bulletin of the Czech Geological Survey, 75, 121–126.

Hoare, P.G. and Sweet, C.S. (2000). The orientation of early medieval churches in England. Journal of Historical Geography, 26, 162–173. 

Gale S.J. and Hoare, P.G. (1997). The glacial history of the northwest Picos de Europa of northern Spain. Zeitschrift für geomorphologie, 41, 81–96.

Hoare, P.G. and Hunt, C.O. (1994). The stratigraphy of the Titchwell foreshore, north Norfolk. In: Wymer, J.J. and Robins, P.A., A long blade flint industry beneath boreal peat at Titchwell, Norfolk. Norfolk Archaeology, 42, 19, 21.

Gale, S.J. and Hoare, P.G. 1994. Reply: bulk sampling of coarse clastic sediments for particle-size analysis. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 19, 263–268. 

Hoare, P.G. and Sweet, C.S. (1994). A grave error concerning the demise of ‘Hunstanton Woman’. Antiquity 68, 590–596.

Gale, S.J., Gilbertson, D.D., Hoare, P.G., Hunt, C.O., Jenkinson, R.D.S., Lamble, A.P., O’Toole, C., van der Veen, M. and Yates, G. (1993). Late Holocene environmental change in the Libyan pre-desert. Journal of Arid Environments, 24, 1–19. 

Gale, S.J. and Hoare, P.G. (1992). Bulk sampling of coarse clastic sediments for particle-size analysis. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 17, 729–733. 

Hoare, P.G. (1991). The natural landscape. In: Barker, G.W.W. and Grant, A. (eds) Ancient and modern pastoralism in central Italy: an interdisciplinary study in the Cicolano MountainsPapers of the British School at Rome, 59, 18–24.

Gale, S.J. and Hoare, P.G. (1991). Quaternary Sediments: Petrographic Methods for the Study of Unlithified Rocks, Belhaven, London, 323 pp.

Hoare, P.G. (1990c). The glacial stratigraphy and deposits of eastern Ireland. In: Ehlers, J., Gibbard, P.L. and Rose, J. (eds) Glacial deposits in Great Britain and Ireland, Balkema, Rotterdam, 367–375. 

Hoare, P.G. (1990b). Late Midlandian glacial deposits and glaciation in Ireland and the adjacent offshore regions. In Ehlers, J., Gibbard, P.L. and Rose, J. (eds) Glacial deposits in Great Britain and Ireland, Balkema, Rotterdam, 69–78.

Hoare, P.G. (1990a). Pre-Midlandian glacial deposits in Ireland. In: Ehlers, J., Gibbard, P.L. and Rose, J. (eds) Glacial deposits in Great Britain and Ireland, Balkema, Rotterdam, 37–45.

Gale, S.J., Hoare, P.G., Hunt, C.O. and Pye, K. (1988). The Middle and Upper Quaternary deposits at Morston, north Norfolk, U.K. Geological Magazine, 125, 521–533.

Hoare, P.G. and McCabe, A.M. (1981). The periglacial record in east-central Ireland. Biuletyn peryglacjalny, 28, 57–78.

Hoare, P.G. and Connell, E.R. 1981. The chalky till at Barrington, near Cambridge, and its connection with other Quaternary deposits in southern Cambridgeshire and adjoining areas Geological Magazine 118, 463–476.

Hoare, P.G. and Connell, E.R. (1979). The chalky till in Barrington quarry, Cambridgeshire. Quaternary Newsletter, 28, 24–26.

McCabe, A.M. and Hoare, P.G. (1978). The Late Quaternary history of east-central Ireland. Geological Magazine 115, 397–413. 

Hoare, P.G. (1977b). The glacial record in southern County Dublin, EireJournal of Glaciology, 20, 223–225.

Hoare, P.G. (1977a). The glacial stratigraphy in Shanganagh and adjoining townlands, south-east County DublinProceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 77B, 295–305.

Hoare, P.G. (1976). Glacial meltwater channels in County Dublin. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 76B, 173–185.

Hoare, P.G. (1975). The pattern of glaciation of County DublinProceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 75B, 207–224.