Chantal Conneller, Nicky Milner, Tim Schadla-H and Barry Taylor (2009). In Crombe, P., Van Strydonck, M., Sergant, J., Boudin, M. & Bats, M. (eds) Chronology and evolution within the Mesolithic of North-West Europe. Cambridge: Scholars' Presall
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Chantal Conneller, Nicky Milner, Tim Schadla-Hall, T. and Barry Taylor (2009) . In Finlay, N., McCartan, S., Milner, N., and Wickham-Jones, C. (eds) From Bann flakes to Bushmills. Papers in honour of Peter Woodman. Prehistoric Society Research Paper 1, 78-100. Oxford: Oxbow books
The historic church of All Saints’, Beverly Hills, on a prime residential street near the luxury shopping hub of Rodeo Drive, is not a place you would expect to find a British former heavy metal roadie as associate rector. But that is the role Barry Taylor, once dubbed “the screaming skull” for his gaunt visage, has played for the past 10 years.