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Neolithic Monuments : Sensory Technology, by John Was and Aaron Watson. 2017. Time and Mind 10 (print edition forthcoming).
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Living Symbols of Kilmartin Glen, by John Was and Aaron Watson. 2016. In Archaeology with Art, edited by Helen Chittock and Joana Valdez-Tullett. Oxford: Archaeopress, 157-76.
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The Earlier Prehistoric Collections from the Culbin Sands, Northern Scotland: the Construction of a Narrative, by Richard Bradley, Aaron Watson and Ronnie Scott. 2016. In Ancient Lives: Object, people and place in early Scotland. Essays for David V Clarke on his 70th birthday, edited by Fraser Hunter and Alison Sheridan. Leiden: Sidestone Press, 233-43.
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Maritime Havens in Earlier Prehistoric Britain, by Richard Bradley, Alice Rogers, Fraser Sturt, Aaron Watson, Diana Coles, Julie Gardiner and Ronnie Scott. 2016. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 82, 1-35.
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Digital Dwelling at Skara Brae, by Alice Watterson, Kieran Baxter and Aaron Watson. 2014. In Art and archaeology: collaborations, conversations, criticisms, edited byIan Russell and Andrew Cochrane. London: Springer, 179-195.
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Ben Lawers: Carved Rocks on a Loud Mountain, by Richard Bradley and Aaron Watson. 2012. In Visualising the Neolithic: abstraction, figuration, performance, representation, edited by Andrew Meirion Jones and Andrew Cochrane. Oxford: Oxbow.
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Excavations at Four Prehistoric Rock Carvings on the Ben Lawers Estate, 2007-2010, by Richard Bradley, Aaron Watson and Hugo Anderson-Whymark. 2012. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 142, 27-61.
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Four Sites, Four Methods, by Aaron Watson. 2012. In Image, Memory and Monumentality, edited by Andrew Meirion Jones, Joshua Pollard, Julie Gardiner and Michael J. Allen. Oxford: The Prehistoric Society and Oxbow, 307-27.
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An Animate Landscape: Rock Art and the Prehistory of Kilmartin, Argyll, Scotland, by Andrew Meirion Jones, Davina Freedman, Blaze O'Connor, Hugo Lamdin-Whymark, Richard Tipping and Aaron Watson. 2011. Oxford: Windgather Press.
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Moving Images: Interpreting the Copt Howe Petroglyphs, by Kate Sharpe and Aaron Watson. 2010. In Carving a future for British rock art, edited by Tertia Barnett and Kate Sharpe. Oxford: Oxbow Books, 57-64.
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Carneddau : Stone, by Aaron Watson. 2010. In Materialitas: working stone, carving identity, edited by Blaze O’Connor, Gabriel Cooney and John Chapman. Oxford: Oxbow, 75-92.
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New Art − Ancient Craft: Making Music for the Monuments, by John Crewdson and Aaron Watson. 2009. In The Sounds of Stonehenge, edited by Stephen Banfield. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports, 4-10.
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Learning to See Through the Kilmartin Eye, by Aaron Watson. 2009. In Archaeology and the Politics of Vision in a Post-Modern Context, edited by Julian Thomas and Vítor Oliveira Jorge. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars, 147-62
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On the Edge of England: Cumbria as a Neolithic Region, by Aaron Watson and Richard Bradley. 2009. In Defining a Regional Neolithic: the evidence From Britain and Ireland, edited byKenneth Brophy and Gordon Barclay. Oxford: Oxbow, 65-77.
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(Un)intentional Sound: acoustics and Neolithic monuments, by Aaron Watson. 2006. In Archaeoacoustics, edited by Christopher Scarre and Graeme Lawson. Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research Monograph, 11-22.

Acoustics and the Human Experience of Socially Organised Sound, by Ian Cross and Aaron Watson. 2006. In Archaeoacoustics, edited by Christopher Scarre and Graeme Lawson. Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research Monograph, 107-16.
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Monuments that Made the World: Performing the Henge, by Aaron Watson. 2004. In Monuments and Material Culture. Papers in honour of an Avebury archaeologist: Isobel Smith, edited by Rosamund Cleal and Joshua Pollard. East Knoyle: Hobnob Press, 83-97.
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Making Space for Monuments: Notes on the Representation of Experience, by Aaron Watson. 2004. In Substance, Memory, Display: archaeology and art, edited by Colin Renfrew, Christopher Gosden and Elizabeth DeMarrais. Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research Monograph, 79-96.
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Fluid Horizons, by Aaron Watson. 2004. In The Neolithic of the Irish Sea: Materiality and Traditions of Practice, edited by Vicki Cummings and Chris Fowler. Oxford: Oxbow, 55-63.
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Divided Places: Phenomenology and Asymmetry in the Monuments of the Black Mountains, Southeast Wales, by Vicki Cummings, Andrew Jones and Aaron Watson. 2002. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 12 (1), 57-70.
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Round Barrows in a Circular World: Monumentalising Landscapes in Early Bronze Age Wessex, by Aaron Watson. 2001. In Bronze Age landscapes: tradition and transformation, edited by Joanna Brück. Oxford: Oxbow Books, 207-216.
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Composing Avebury, by Aaron Watson. 2001. World Archaeology 33(2), 296-314.
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The Sounds of Transformation: Acoustics, Monuments and Ritual in the British Neolithic, by Aaron Watson. In The Archaeology of Shamanism, edited by Neil Price. London: Routledge, 178-92.
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The Living and the Dead in Northern Scotland 3500 - 2000 BC, by Tim Phillips and Aaron Watson. 2000. Antiquity 74 , 786-92. 
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The Architecture of Sound in Neolithic Orkney, by Aaron Watson and David Keating. In Neolithic Orkney in its European context, edited by Anna Ritchie. Cambridge: McDonald Institute Monographs, 259-63. 
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Architecture and Sound: An Acoustic Analysis of Megalithic Monuments in Prehistoric Britain. Watson, A. and Keating, D. 1999. Antiquity 73, 325-36.

Reprinted in Megaliths from Antiquity, edited by Timothy Darvill and Caroline Malone. 2003.  Cambridge: Antiquity Publications, 363-76.
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