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  1. Africa-Arabia connections and geoarchaeological exploration of the southern Red Sea: Preliminary results and wider significance

    Bailey, G., Sakellariou, D., Alsharekh, A., Al Nomani, S., Deves, M., Georgiou, P., Kallergis, M., Kalogirou, S., Manousakis, L., Mantopoulos, P., Meredith-Williams, M., Momber, G., Morfis, I., Pampidis, I., Panagiatopoulos, I., Renieris, P., Rousakis, G., Stasinos, V. & Stavrakakis, S., 1 Jun 2017, Under the Sea: Archaeology and Palaeolandscapes of the Continental Shelf. Bailey, G., Harff, J. & Sakellariou, D. (eds.). Springer, p. 361-373 13 p. (Coastal Research Library; vol. 20).

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)peer-review

  2. Coastal adaptations and submerged landscapes: Where world prehistory meets underwater archaeology

    Benjamin, J. & Bailey, G., 6 Dec 2017, From hunter-gatherers to farmers: human adaptations at the end of the Pleistocene and the first part of the Holocene. Papers in honour of Clive Bonsall. : Papers in honour of Clive Bonsall. Mărgărit, M. & Boroneanţ, A. (eds.). Târgovişte, Romania : Cetatea de Scaun Publishing, p. 169-183 15 p.

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  3. Introduction: Prehistoric remains on the continental shelf - Why do sites and landscapes survive?

    Flemming, N. C., Harff, J., Moura, D., Burgess, A. & Bailey, G., 6 Jan 2017, Submerged Landscapes of the European Continental Shelf: Quaternary Paleoenvironments. Flemming, N. C., Harff, J., Moura, D., Burgess, A. & Bailey, G. N. (eds.). Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, p. 1-11 11 p.

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  4. Les Demoiselles d’Entremont: violence, gender and headhunting in Iron Age Europe

    Armit, I., 2017, Archaeologies of Gender and Violence. Jensen, B. & Matić, U. (eds.). Oxford: Oxbow, p. 122-32

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  5. Myth as Metaphors: Understanding Narratives in Sustaining sacred landscapes in Zimbabwe and Australia

    Sinamai, A., 1 Apr 2017, Archives, Objects, Places and Landscapes: Multidisciplinary approaches to Decolonised Zimbabwean pasts. Manyanga, M. & Chirikure, S. (eds.). Bameda: Langaa, p. 399-417 18 p.

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  6. Pre-Christian cult sites: Beliefs and rituals in the late iron and Viking ages

    Jørgensen, L., Albris, S. L., Bican, J. F., Frei, K. M., Gotfredsen, A. B., Henriksen, P. S., Holst, S. & Primeau, C., 2017, Vikings : Guerreiros do mar : Catálogo: Catálogo da exposição com o mesmo nome, patente ao público no Museu de Marinha, de Abril a Novembro de 2017. Lisbon: Comissão Cultural de Marinha, p. 45-54 10 p.

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  7. Recycling power and place: the many lives of Traprain Law, SE Scotland

    Armit, I., Dunwell, A. J. & Hunter, F. J., 2017, Working with the past: towards an archaeology of recycling. Gheorghiu, D. & Mason, P. (eds.). Oxford: Archaeopress, p. 27-36

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  8. Rewriting the narrative: regional dimensions of the Norman Conquest

    McClain, A. N., 1 Feb 2017, The Archaeology of the Eleventh Century: Transformation and Continuity. Hadley, D. & Dyer, C. (eds.). London: Routledge, p. 203-227 25 p.

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  9. The stone tools assemblage from Knowth

    WARREN, G. & Little, A. P., Nov 2017, Excavations at Knowth Volume 6: The Passage Tomb Archaeology of the Great Mound at Knowth. Eogan, G. & Cleary, K. (eds.). Dublin: Royal Irish Academy

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  10. The visible dead: ethnographic perspectives on the curation, display and circulation of human remains in Iron Age Britain

    Armit, I., 2017, Engaging with the Dead: Exploring Changing Human Beliefs about Death, Mortality and the Human Body. Bradbury, J. & Scarre, C. (eds.). Oxford: Oxbow, p. 163-73 (Studies in Funerary Archaeology; vol. 13).

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