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  1. Why that? Why there? Why then? The politics of early medieval monumentality

    Carver, M. & Hamerow, H. (ed.), 2001, Image and Power in the Archaeology of Early Medieval Britain: Essays in honour of Rosemary Cramp. Oxford, UK: Oxbow Books, p. 1-22 21 p.

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  2. What were they thinking? Intellectual territories in Anglo-Saxon England

    Carver, M., 2011, The Oxford Handbook of Anglo-Saxon Archaeology. Hinton, D. A., Crawford, S. & Hamerow, H. (eds.). Oxford: Oxford University Press, p. 914-947

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  3. Varied mobility in the Neolithic: the Linerbandkeramik on the move

    Bickle, P. F., Apr 2016, Moving on in Neolithic studies: Understanding mobile lives. Leary, J. & Kador, T. (eds.). Oxford: Oxbow Books, p. 14-27 14 p.

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  4. Understanding human movement and interaction through the movement of animals and animal products

    Ashby, S. P., Mondini, M. (ed.), Muñoz, S. (ed.) & Wickler, S. (ed.), 2004, Colonisation, migration and marginal areas : a zooarchaeological approach. Oxford: Oxbow, Vol. 2. p. 4-9 478 p. (Proceedings of the 9th ICAZ Conference, Durham, 2002).

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  5. Travels on the sea and in the mind

    Carver, M. O. H., 2014, The Maritime World of the Anglo-Saxons: Essays in Anglo-Saxon Studies. Klein, S. S. & Schipper, W. (eds.). Tempe, Arizona: Arizona Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Vol. 5. p. 21 36 p.

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  6. Trade and exchange

    Sindbæk, S. & Arthur, P., 2008, The Archaeology of Medieval Europe. Graham-Campbell, J. & Valor, M. (eds.). Århus: Aarhus University Press, Vol. 1. p. 289-315 26 p. (Acta Jutlandica, 83:1; Humanities Series, 79).

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  7. Time perspectivism: origins and consequences

    Bailey, G., Holdaway, S. (ed.) & Wandsnider, L. (ed.), 2008, Time in Archaeology: Time Perspectivism Revisited. Utah: Utah University Press, p. 13-30 17 p.

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  8. The bioarchaeology of Anglo-Saxon Yorkshire: present and future perspectives

    Dobney, K., Hall, A., Geake, H. (ed.), Kenny, J. (ed.) & Kenward, H., 2000, Early Deira: Archaeological studies of the East Riding in the fourth to ninth centuries AD. Oxford, UK: Oxbow Books, p. 133-140 7 p.

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  9. The aquatic basis of ancient civilisations: the case of Synodontis schall and the Nile Valley

    Luff, R. M., Bailey, G., Bailey, G. (ed.), Charles, R. (ed.) & Winder, N. (ed.), 2000, Human Ecodynamics. Oxbow Books, p. 100-113 13 p. (Symposia of the Association for Environmental Archaeology; vol. 19).

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  10. The Star Carr Fungi

    Robson, H. K., 30 Apr 2018, Star Carr Volume 2: Studies in Technology, Subsistence and Environment.. York: White Rose University Press, p. 437-445 9 p.

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  11. The Red Sea, Coastal Landscapes, and Hominin Dispersals

    Bailey, G., Petraglia, M. D. (ed.) & Rose, J. I. (ed.), 2009, The Evolution of Human Populations in Arabia. Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer, p. 15-37 22 p. (Vertebrate Palaeobiology and Palaeoanthropology).

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  12. The Eastern African Coast

    Wynne-Jones, S. & Fleisher, J., 1 Jan 2021, The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Archaeology. Oxford: Oxford: Oxford University Press, p. 377-394 18 p.

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  13. The 2005 Excavation of the Northwest Enclosure

    Roskams, S., Mar 2012, A History of Wharram Percy and Its Neighbours: Wharram: as study of settlement on the Yorkshire Wolds, XIII. Wrathmell, S. (ed.). York, UK: Y, Vol. XIII. p. 57-62 6 p. (Wharram: a study of settlement on the Yorkshire Wolds).

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  14. Tectonics, volcanism, landscape structure and human evolution in the African Rift

    Bailey, G., Manighetti, I., Bailey, G. (ed.), Charles, R. (ed.), Winder, N. (ed.) & King, G., 2000, Human Ecodynamics. Oxbow Books, p. 31-46 15 p. (Symposia of the Association for Environmental Archaeology; vol. 19).

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  15. Technology: Making things in Medieval Europe

    Ashby, S., 24 Dec 2020, A Cultural History of Objects in the Medieval Age. Semple, S. & J. L. (eds.). Bloomsbury, (A Cultural History of Objects).

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  16. Sutton Hoo - An Archaeography

    Carver, M., 2011, Great Excavations. Shaping the Archaeological Profession . Schofield, J. (ed.). Oxford: Oxbow, p. 25-43

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  17. Strangers in a Strange Land? Intimate sociality and emergent creativity in Middle Palaeolithic Europe

    Spikins, P., Hitchens, G. & Needham, A. P., 1 May 2017, The diversity of Hunter-gatherer pasts. Warren, G. & Finlayson, B. (eds.). Oxbow, p. 1-17 17 p.

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  18. Stepping back from the trench edge: an archaeological perspective on the devleopment of standards for recording and publication

    Richards, J. D., Hardman, C. S., Greengrass, M. (ed.) & Hughes, L. (ed.), Dec 2008, The Virtual Representation of the Past. Farnham, Surrey and Burlington, USA: Ashgate Publishing Company, p. 101-112 11 p.

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  19. Skin and bones: correlating the osteological and artefactual evidence

    O'Connor, T. P., Mould, Q. (ed.), Carlisle, I. (ed.) & Cameron, E. (ed.), 2003, Leather and Leatherworking in Anglo-Scandinavian and Medieval York. York, UK: York Archaeological Trust and Council for British Archaeology, p. 3231-3235 4 p. (The Archaeology of York; vol. AY 17(16)).

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  20. Signs of the Times: Nineteenth - Twentieth Century Graffiti in the Farms of the Yorkshire Wolds

    Giles, K. & Giles, M., 2010, Wild Signs: Graffiti in Archaeology and History. Oliver, J. & Neal, T. (eds.). Oxford: Archaeopress and John and Erica Hedges Ltd, Vol. BAR S2074, Studies in Contemporary and Historical Archaeology 6. p. 47-59 12 p. (Studies in Contemporary and Historical Archaeology; vol. BAR S2074).

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  21. Sharing and inclusion: Generosity, trust and response to vulnerability in the distant past

    Spikins, P., 19 Dec 2019, Towards a Broader View of Hunter-Gatherer Sharing. Lavi, N. & Friesem, D. (eds.). Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, p. 57 66 p.

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  22. Setting people in their environment: plant and animal remains from Anglo-Scandinavian York

    Hall, A. & Kenward, H., 2004, Aspects of Anglo-Scandinavian York. York, UK: Council for British Archaeology, p. 372-426 54 p. (The Archaeology of York; vol. 8 (4)).

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  23. Routes and long-distance traffic: the nodal points of Wulfstan's voyage

    Sindbæk, S., Englert, A. (ed.) & Trakadas, A. (ed.), 2008, Wulfstan's Voyage: The Baltic Sea Region in the Early Viking Age as Seen from Shipboard. Englert, A. & Trakadas, A. (eds.). Roskilde: The Viking Ship Museum, p. 72-78 7 p. (Maritime Culture of the North; vol. 2).

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  24. Prehistoric origins: The compassion of far distant strangers

    Spikins, P., 12 May 2017, Compassion: Concepts, Research and Applications. Gilbert, P. (ed.). Taylor and Francis

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  25. Palaeopathology and horse domestication: the case of some Iron Age horses horn the Altai Mountains, Siberia

    Levine, M. A., Bailey, G., Whitwell, K. E., Jeffcott, L. B., Bailey, G. (ed.), Charles, R. (ed.) & Winder, N. (ed.), 2000, Human Ecodynamics. Oxbow Books, p. 123-133 10 p. (Symposia of the Association for Environmental Archaeology; vol. 19).

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  26. Palaeoenvironmental reconstruction at Beidha, Southern Jordan (ca. 18,000-8,500 BP): Implications for human occupation during the Natufian and Pre-Pottery Neolithic

    Rambeau, C., Finlayson, B., Smith, S., Black, S., Inglis, R. H. & Robinson, S., 2011, Water, Life & Civilisation: Climate, Environment and Society in the Jordan Valley. Mithen, S. & Black, E. (eds.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, p. 245-268 (International Hydrology Series).

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  27. Painting a picture of Neolithic Orkney: decorated stonework from the Ness of Brodgar

    Card, N. & Thomas, A. S., 2012, Visualising the Neolithic: abstraction, figuration, performance, representation. Cochrane, A. & Jones, A. M. (eds.). Oxford: Oxbow Books, p. 111-124

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  28. Pagans and Christians at the frontier: Viking burial in the Danelaw

    Richards, J. D., 2003, The Cross Goes North: Processes of Conversion in Northern Europe, AD 300-1300. Carver, M. O. H. (ed.). York/Woodbridge: York Medieval Press in association with Boydell & Brewer, p. 383-395 12 p.

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  29. On and off the Edda

    Carver, M. O. H., 1995, Shipshape : Essays for Ole Crumlin-Pedersen on the occasion of his 60th anniversary. Roskilde DK: The Viking Ship Museum Roskilde, p. 305-312

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  30. Money and the Everyday: Reputation, History and Symbolism on the Eastern African Coast

    Wynne-Jones, S., 21 Feb 2019, A Cultural History of Money in the Renaissance. Deng, S. (ed.). Bloomsbury Academic, Vol. 3.

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  31. Mesolithic Europe : glimpses of another world

    Spikins, P., Bailey, G. (ed.) & Spikins, P. (ed.), 2008, Mesolithic Europe. New York: Cambridge University Press, p. 1-17 16 p.

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  32. Medieval Guildhalls as Habitus

    Giles, K. & Hedges, J. (ed.), 2000, An Archaeology of Social Identity: Guildhalls in York, c. 1350-1630. Oxford, UK: John and Erica Hedges Ltd and Archaeopress, p. 56-78 22 p. (British Archaeological Reports; vol. BAR 315).

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  33. Interpreting the Plant and Animal Remains from Viking-age Kaupang

    Barrett, J. H., Hall, A. R., Johnstone, C., KENWARD, H. K., O'Connor, T. & Ashby, S., 2007, Kaupang in Skiringssal. Aarhus: Aarhus University Press, p. 283-319 (Kaupang Excavation Project Publication Series; vol. 1).

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  34. Human refuse as a major ecological factor in medieval urban vertebrate communities

    O'Connor, T. P., Bailey, G. (ed.), Charles, R. (ed.) & Winder, N. (ed.), 2000, Human Ecodynamics. Oxford: Oxbow Books, p. 15-20 5 p. (Symposia of the Association for Environmental Archaeology; vol. 19).

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  35. Excavación y análisis de la cerámica prehistórica en la cueva 3167 de Seldesuto (Matienzo, Ruesga)

    Smith, P. & Cubas Morera, M., 2016, ACTUACIONES ARQUEOLÓGICAS EN CANTABRIA 2004-2011 . Consejería de Cultura. Gobierno de Cantabria., p. 147-154

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  36. Evidence of exchange networks: the combs and other worked skeletal material.

    Ashby, S. & Batey, C. E., Oct 2012, Being an Islander: Production and Identity at Quoygrew, Orkney, AD 900-1600. Barrett, J. H. (ed.). Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, p. 229-243

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  37. Evidence for tanning from plant and insect remains

    Hall, A., Mould, Q. (ed.), Carlisle, I. (ed.), Cameron, E. (ed.) & Kenward, H., 2003, Leather and Leatherworking in Anglo-Scandinavian and Medieval York. York, UK: York Archaeological Trust and Council for British Archaeology, p. 3230-3231 1 p. (The Archaeology of York; vol. AY 17(16)).

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  38. Ethno-fact or ethno-fiction? Searching for the 'Structure' of settlement patterns

    Spikins, P., 2000, Current Research on the British and Irish Mesolithic. Young, R. (ed.). Leicester: Leicester University Press, p. 105-18

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  39. Early Modern Guildhalls: Habitus in transition?

    Giles, K. & Hedges, J. (ed.), 2000, An Archaeology of Social Identity: Guildhalls in York, c. 1350-1630. Oxford, UK: John and Erica Hedges Ltd and Archaeopress, p. 79-95 16 p. (British Archaeological Reports; vol. BAR 315).

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  40. Early Medieval Durham: the archaeological Evidence

    Carver, M. O. H., 1980, Medieval Art and Architecture at Durham Cathedral: British Archaeological Association. p. 11-19

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  41. Earliest coastal settlement, marine palaeoeconomies and human dispersal: the Africa-Arabia connection

    Bailey, G., 2010, The global origins and development of seafaring. Anderson, A., Barrett, J. & Boyles, K. (eds.). Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, p. 29-40 12 p. (McDonald Institute Monographs).

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  42. Deterioration and Conservation

    High, K. E., Penkman, K. E. H., Milner, N., Boreham, S., Boreham, J., Needham, A., Panter, I., Felter, M., Knight, B., Elliott, B., Bamforth, M., Taylor, M. & Rowley, C. C. A., 16 Apr 2018, Star Carr Volume 2: Studies in Technology, Subsistence and Environment. Milner, N., Conneller, C. & Taylor, B. (eds.). White Rose University Press, p. 175 192 p.

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  43. Defining space in house contexts: Chemical mapping at Unguja Ukuu, Zanzibar

    Sulas, F. & Wynne-Jones, S., 2018, Urban Network Evolutions: Towards and High-Definition Archaeology. Raja, R. & Sindbaek, S. (eds.). Aarhus University Press, p. 263-270 8 p.

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  44. Dating Kilwa Kisiwani: A thousand years of African history in an urban stratigraphy

    Wynne-Jones, S., Horton, M., Fleisher, J. & Olsen, J., 2018, Urban Network Evolutions: Towards and High-Definition Archaeology. Raja, R. & Sindbæk, S. M. (eds.). Aarhus University Press, p. 277-286 10 p.

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  45. Cross slab monuments in the late Middle Ages: patronage, production, and locality in northern England

    McClain, A. N., 2010, Monumental Industry : the production of tomb monuments in England and Wales in the long fourteenth century. Badham, S. & Oosterwijk, S. (eds.). Shaun Tyas, p. 37-65

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  46. Continental shelf archaeology: where next?

    Bailey, G., 2011, Submerged Prehistory. Benjamin, J., Bonsall, G., Pickard, K. & Fischer, A. (eds.). Oxford: Oxbow, p. 311-331 21 p.

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  47. Bones as evidence of meat production and distribution in York

    O'Connor, T. P. & White, E. (ed.), 2000, Feeding a city: York. The provision of food from Roman times to the beginning of the twentieth century. Devon, UK: Prospect Books, p. 43-60 17 p.

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  48. Bone and antler combs: towards a methodology for the understanding of trade and identity in Viking Age England and Scotland

    Ashby, S. P., Luik, H. (ed.), Choyke, A. M. (ed.), Batey, C. E. (ed.) & Lougas, L. (ed.), 2005, From Hooves to Horns, from Mollusc to Mammoth: Manufacture and Use of Bone Artefacts from Prehistoric Times to the Present. Tallinn: University of Tartu, Vol. Proceedings of the 4th Meeting of the Worked Bone Research Group, Tallinn, Estonia, August 2003. p. 255-262 7 p. (Muinasaja Teadus; vol. 15).

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  49. Animal bones from Anglo-Scandinavian York

    O'Connor, T. P., 2004, Aspects of Anglo-Scandinavian York. York, UK: Council for British Archaeology, p. 427-445 18 p. (The Archaeology of York; vol. 8 (4)).

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  50. Anglo-Saxon settlements and archaeological visibility in the Yorkshire Wolds

    Richards, J. D., Geake, H. (ed.) & Kenny, J. (ed.), 2000, Early Deira: Archaeological studies of the East Riding in the fourth to ninth centuries AD. Oxford, UK: Oxbow Books, p. 27-39 12 p.

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  51. Agency, Intellect and the Archaeological Agenda

    Carver, M., 2010, Signals of Belief in Early England : Anglo-Saxon Paganism Revisited. Carver, M., Sandmark, A. & Semple, S. (eds.). Oxford: Oxbow, p. 1-20

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  52. Actively decaying or just poorly preserved? Can we tell when plant and invertebrate remains in urban archaeological deposits decayed?

    Hall, A., Nixon, T. (ed.) & Kenward, H., 2004, Preserving archaeological remains in situ? Proceedings of the 2nd [PARIS] conference 12-14th September 2001. London: Museum of London Archaeology Service, p. 4-10 6 p.

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  53. A seasonality study and spatial analysis of the oyster shell, Ostrea edulis, in Pico Ramos cave.

    Milner, N., 2017, The shell midden of Pico Ramos (Muskiz, Bizkaia): Humans on the Basque coast during the 6th and 5th millennium B.C.. Zapata, L. (ed.). Bilbao: Trrres, p. 47-55

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  54. A brief history of plant foods in the city of York

    Hall, A. & White, E. (ed.), 2000, Feeding a city: York. The provision of food from Roman times to the beginning of the twentieth century. Devon, UK: Prospect Books, p. 23-42 19 p.

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  55. 101 ways to skin a fur-bearing animal: the implications for zooarchaeological interpretation

    Fairnell, E. H., Cunningham, P. (ed.), Heeb, J. (ed.) & Paardekooper, R. (ed.), 2008, Experiencing Archaeology by Experiment. Oxford: Oxbow, p. 47-60 13 p.

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