CAVE ARCHAEOLOGY AND PALAEONTOLOGY RESEARCH ARCHIVE
As noted on the previous page, the online cave burial gazetteers were first hosted in the online journal of this name, frequently known and cited as "CAPRA" for short and published
from 1999 to 2007. Although the original hosting has now gone, archive copies are available via the web archive service, known colloquially as the Wayback Machine.
Links to pages held in this archive do not ordinarily show up in searches and so we have compiled, below, a brief index to the contents of each issue along with links to each issue in the archive.
This archiving is an automated process and, unfortunately, it does not save everything that may have been on the original, especially images and articles, usually in pdf format, that were hosted elsewhere. Where possible,
we shall add relevant links to the index, below. If anyone knows of any links that we may have missed, please contact either the compiler,
Prof. Andrew Chamberlain or the editor Graham Mullan.
- Cave Breccias by Alf Latham.
- Carsington Pasture Cave, Brassington, Derbyshire: a Prehistoric Burial Site by Andrew Chamberlain
- The English Hermit by Anthony Sinclair and Keith Matthews
- Gazetteer & Bibliography of English Cave Burials by Andrew Chamberlain and Jim Williams
- Upwards at 45 degrees: the use of vertical caves during the Neolithic and Early Bronze Age on Mendip, Somerset. by Jodie Lewis
- The Brighter the Light, the Darker the Shadows: How we perceive and represent underground spaces by Martin Roe.
- The Lost Caves of Luigi Cardini: Explorations in Albania 1930-2001 by Karen Francis
- Computer-Aided Visualisation of Archaeological Caves by Bill Sellers, Richard Orton and Andrew Chamberlain
- Radiocarbon Dates from Carsington Pasture Cave, Brassington, Derbyshire by Andrew Chamberlain
- Early Neolithic Dates on Human Bone from Fox Hole Cave, Derbyshire by Andrew Chamberlain
- World War II artefacts and wartime use of caves in Guam, Mariana Islands by Danko Taboroši & John W Jenson
- The bone caves of the Yorkshire Dales - an introduction by Phil Murphy and Andrew Chamberlain
- A gazetteer of non-human vertebrate remains from caves in the Yorkshire Dales referenced in caving club journals and allied literature by Phil Murphy
- A gazetteer of non-human vertebrate remains from caves in the Yorkshire Dales described in the scientific literature by Andrew Chamberlain
- Recent news: 'Treasures of the silk road' - the Dunhuang Cave documents by Kate Hampson - profile of new web site launched by the British Library
- Book Review: Theopetra Cave. Twelve Years of Excavation and Research 1987-1998. Edited by Nina Kiparissi-Apostolika. Institute for Aegean Prehistory, Athens, 2000. Reviewed by Andrew Chamberlain
- Discovery, nature and preliminary thoughts about Britain's first cave art by Paul Pettitt
- A gazetteer of non-human vertebrate remains from caves in the Yorkshire Dales for which there is no published record by Phil Murphy
- Recent news: Aveline's Hole - Britain's earliest cemetery
- recent news: Creswell Art in a Euopean Context - Conference 15th-17th April
- Cavers, Digging and Archaeological Finds in the Yorkshire Dales by Phil Murphy
- Worm's Head Cave: a report on the finds made in 1966 by Giles Cooper
- Book Reviews: Late Pleistocene and Early Holocene Small Mammals in South west Britain: environmental and taphonomic implications and their role in archaeological research by Catherine R. Price. Reviewed by Peter Andrews
- A Conservation Audit of Archaeological Cave Resources in the Peak District and Yorkshire Dales by Helen Holderness, Glyn Davies, Andrew Chamberlain and Randolph Donahue
- Book Reviews: Biosphere to Lithosphere - new studies in vertebrate taphonomy edited by T. P. O'Connor. Reviewed by Hannah O'Regan
- Book Reviews: Encyclopedia of Caves and Karst Science edited by John Gunn. Reviewed by Jim Williams
- Articles currently in review: The Sandstone Caves of the Severn Valley Region, the Role of Artificial Caves from the Medieval Period, by Suzanne Gailey
Updated July 2015