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John Collis, (born 1944 in Winchester) is a British prehistorian. His first dig was in Longbridge Deverill with the Hawkes. He studied in Prague (with E. Soudská), Tübingen (with W. Kimmig) and Cambridge, where he studied from 1963 to 1970 and was awarded his Ph.D.. He joined the Archaeology Department in Sheffield in 1972 and was made professor in 1990. He has acted as Head of Department and became Emeritus Professor there in October 2004.

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Botley : South Hampshire Archaeological Rescue Group ; Southampton : Dept. of Extra-Mural Studies, The University, [1975]
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Sheffield, England : Dept. of Prehistory and Archaeology, University of Sheffield, c1984
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