Here you will find Open Source versions of out-of-print works related to Avebury, as well as new publications created by project members.

All our blog posts and images are freely reusable – you may download, remix, and remake any content on this website for any purpose. Have fun!

Project blog highlights

Mark Gillings on ‘Pinning Down the Kieller Cuttings‘, a 7-part series.

Ben Chan and Prue Saunders explore the ‘Curious case of Mrs St George Gray and the West Kennet Avenue Axe‘, a 2-part series.

Listen to Collen Morgan on BBC Radio York, and Fran Allfrey and volunteers on the Archives and Records Association podcast, ‘Outside the Box‘.

Resources for teaching, learning, and exploring

How 20th century archaeologists worked on Avebury‘, a resource pack including script and slides, by Kiri Liu (MA Cultural Heritage Studies, University of Southampton).

A pathway into Avebury with Denis Grant King‘, a Prezi interactive presentation, by Matthew Morton (MSc Digital Archaeology, University of York).

Introducing young archaeologists to Avebury diaries and records‘, project summary and downloadable resources, by Georgia (BA Archaeology and Heritage, University of York).

An Avebury Story‘, immersive YouTube video experience, by Dushyant Naresh (MSc Digital Archaeology, University of York).

Antiquity Journal

A huge thank you to the editors and publishers of Antiquity for newly releasing the following Avebury articles on an open access basis, no login required!

Keiller, A. and Piggott, S., 1936. The recent excavations at Avebury. Antiquity 10(40): 417-27. DOI:

Keiller, A. 1939. Avebury: summary of excavations 1937 and 1938. Antiquity 13(50): 223-33. DOI:

Piggott, S. 1935. Stukeley, Avebury and the Druids. Antiquity 9(33): 22-32. DOI: