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Lewis, Jodie and Mullin, David (2012) ...An Assemblage of Ponderous Stones: Recent Archaeological Fieldwork at Stanton Drew Stone Circles. The Archaeological Journal, 169. pp. 87-126.

Lewis, Jodie and Mullin, David (2012) Between the Channel and the Chalk: A Regional Perspective on Grooved Ware and Beaker Pottery from the Mendip Hills, Somerset. In: Recent Archaeological Work in South-Western Britain. Papers in honour of Henrietta Quinnell. British Archaeological Reports, Oxford. ISBN 140730884x

Lewis, Jodie and Mullin, David (2012) West of Wessex, But Only Just: Round Barrow Construction on the Mendip Hills, Somerset. In: Reflections on the Past: essays in honour of Frances Lynch. Cambrian Archaeological Association.. ISBN 0947846085

Lewis, Jodie (2011) The Archaeology of Mendip: 500,000 Years of Continuity and Change (Editor). Heritage, Oxford. ISBN 1905223285

Lewis, Jodie (2011) Borders in a Limestone Landscape: Neolithic Cave Use in the Mendip Hills, SW England. In: Places In Between: The Archaeology of Social, Cultural and Geographical Borders and Borderlands. Oxbow Books. ISBN 1842179837

Lewis, Jodie (2011) Introduction to "The Archaeology of Mendip: 500,000 Years of Continuity and Change". In: The archaeology of Mendip: 500,000 years of continuity and change. Heritage, Oxford. ISBN 1905223285

Lewis, Jodie and Mullin, David (2011) New Excavations at Priddy Circle I, Mendip Hills, Somerset. Proceedings of University of Bristol Spelaeological Society, 25 (2). pp. 133-163.

Lewis, Jodie (2011) On Top of the World: The Use of the Mendip Plateau During the Mesolithic and Neolithic. In: The archaeology of Mendip: 500,000 years of continuity and change. Heritage, Oxford. ISBN 1905223285

Lewis, Jodie and Mullin, David (2010) Dating the Priddy Circles, Somerset. PAST, 64. pp. 4-5.

Lewis, Jodie (2009) The Long Barrows and Long Mounds of West Mendip. Proceedings of the University of Bristol Spelaeological Society, 24 (3). pp. 187-206.

Lewis, Jodie (2008) Pieces of Landscape : An Archaeological Perspective. In: Landscape and Heritage One Day Conference, 3rd November 2008, University of Worcester. (Unpublished)

Lewis, Jodie (2007) The Creation of Round Barrows on the Mendip Hills, Somerset. In: Beyond the Grave: New Perspectives on Barrows. Oxbow Books, Oxford, pp. 72-82. ISBN 9781842172582

Lewis, Jodie and Thompson, A (2007) Excavations East of Blackmoor, Charterhouse, Mendip Hills, Somerset. Proceedings of the University of Bristol Spelaeological Society, 24 (2). pp. 83-96.

Lewis, Jodie (2007) Experiencing the Prehistoric Landscape of Somerset. In: People and Places: Essays in Honour of Mick Aston. Oxbow, Oxford, pp. 1-22. ISBN 9781842172513

Davies, P and Haslett, S and Lewis, Jodie and Reeves, E (2006) Tufa Deposits and Archaeology in the Mendip Area, Somerset. In: Quaternary of Somerset: Field Guide. Quaternary Research Association, London, pp. 57-66. ISBN 0907780709

Lewis, Jodie (2005) Monuments, Ritual and Regionality: The Neolithic of Northern Somerset. BAR British Series (401). Archaeopress, Oxford. ISBN 1841718807

Lewis, Jodie (2004) Results of Geophysical Surveys at Two Barrow Sites in Cheddar and Priddy Parishes, Mendip. Proceedings of the University of Bristol Spelaeological Society, 23 (1). pp. 9-16.

Lewis, Jodie (2002) Reinterpreting the Priddy Long Barrow, Mendip Hills, Somerset. Proceedings of the University of Bristol Spelaeological Society , 22 (3). pp. 269-288.

Lewis, Jodie and Mullin, David (2001) The Middle Down Drove Project. Proceedings of the University of Bristol Spelaeological Society , 22 (2). pp. 203-223.

Lewis, Jodie (2000) Upwards at 45 Degrees: the Use of Vertical Caves During the Neolithic and Early Bronze Age on Mendip, Somerset. Cave Archaeology and Palaeontology Research Archive (CAPRA), 2. ISSN 1467-8837

Lewis, Jodie (1999) The Everton Flint Collection in Wells Museum. Proceedings of the University of Bristol Spelaeological Society, 21 (2). pp. 141-148.

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