|Large rhomb porphyry erratic|
found at Hevingham, Norfolk
Hoare, P.G. & 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. & Parfitt, S.A. 2019. Human occupation of Northern Europe in MIS 13: a response to comments by Gibbard et al. (2019). Quaternary Science Reviews, available online 6 September 2019.
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. & 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. & Hoare, P.G. 2017. The early Palaeolithic archaeology of the Breckland: current understanding and directions for future research (PDF). The Journal of Breckland Studies 1, 28–44.
Hoare, P.G. & 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. & Ketel, H. 2015. English medieval churches, 'festival orientation' and William Wordsworth. In Pimenta, F., Ribeiro, N., Silva, F., Campion, N., Joaquinito, A. & 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. ISBN 978 1 4073 1373 3.
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, doi:10.1016/j.pgeola.2015.05.002
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. (Online in advance of print: DOI 10.1007/978-1-4614-6141-8_174.)
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. & 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. & 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. & Fiske, R. 2012. The mystery of Sir Jonathan Atkins’ arms. The Heraldry Gazette 123, 8.
Gale, S.J. & 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 (PDF). In Dixon, R.G. (ed.) A Celebration of Suffolk Geology. GeoSuffolk 10th Anniversary Volume, GeoSuffolk, Ipswich, 341–352.