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Albarella, U. (2005) Alternate fortunes? The role of domestic ducks and geese from Roman to Medieval times in Britain. Documenta Archaeobiologiae, III (4). pp. 249-258. ISSN 1611-7484

Albarella, U. (2003) Animal bone. In: Germany, M., (ed.) Excavations at Great Holts Farm, Boreham, Essex, 1992-1994. East Anglian Archaeology 105 . Oxbow Books , pp. 193-200.

Albarella, U. (2001) Animal bone & Mammal and bird remains. In: Lane, T. and Morris, E.L., (eds.) A Millennium of Saltmaking: prehistoric and Romano-British salt production in the Fenland. Lincolnshire Archaeology and Heritage reports Series No 4 . Heritage Trust of Lincolnshire , Heckington . ISBN 0948639326

Albarella, U. (2015) Animals in Saxon & Scandinavian England. Backbones of Economy and Society. Medieval Archaeology, 59 (1). p. 375. ISSN 0076-6097

Albarella, U. (2006) Animals in the Neolithic: A Research Agenda? No Thanks. In: Serjeantson, D. and Field, D., (eds.) Animals in the Neolithic of Britain and Europe. Oxbow Books , Oxford , pp. 168-178. ISBN 184217214x

Albarella, U. (2009) Archaeologists in Conflict: empathising with which victims? Heritage Management, 2 (1). pp. 105-118. ISSN 2159-032X

Albarella, U. (2011) Archaeozoology of the near East VIII E. Vila, L. Gourichon, A.M. Choyke, H. Buitenhuis (eds). Travaux de la Maison de l'Orient et de la Méditerranée 49, Lyon, France, 2008. 655 pp, ISBN 978-2-35668-005-1. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 21 (1). E1-E4. ISSN 1047-482X

Albarella, U. (2018) Book Review: Animaltown: Beasts in Medieval Urban Space. Medieval Archaeology, 62 (1). pp. 187-188. ISSN 0076-6097

Albarella, U. (2008) Book Review: Yannis Hamilakis and Philip Duke (eds), Archaeology and Capitalism: From Ethics to Politics. (Walnut Creek, CA: Left Coast Press [One World Archaeology 54], 2007, 352 pp., hbk, ISBN 978 1 59874 270 1). European Journal of Archaeology, 11 (2-3). pp. 315-317. ISSN 1461-9571

Albarella, U. (2007) Companions of our travel: the archaeological evidence of animals in exile. In: Hartmann, S., (ed.) Fauna and Flora in the Middle Ages. Studies of the medieval environment and its impact on the human mind. Verlag Peter Lang , Frankfurt an Main , pp. 133-154. ISBN 9783631563021

Albarella, U. (2018) Concluding Remarks. In: Giovas, C. and LeFebvre, M., (eds.) Zooarchaeology in Practice: Case Studies in Methodology and Interpretation in Archaeofaunal Analysis. Springer , New York , pp. 309-319. ISBN 978-3-319-64761-6

Albarella, U. (1997) Crane and vulture at an Italian Bronze age site. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 7 (4). pp. 346-349. ISSN 1047-482X

Albarella, U. (2015) Defining bone movement in archaeological stratigraphy: a plea for clarity. Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences. ISSN 1866-9557

Albarella, U. (1995) Depressions on sheep horncores. Journal of Archaeological Science, 22 (5). pp. 699-704. ISSN 0305-4403

Albarella, U. (2003) Dogs in antiquity. Anubis to cerberus: The origins of the domestic dog. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 13 (3). pp. 183-184. ISSN 1047-482X

Albarella, U. (2011) Ethnozooarchaeology and the power of analogy. In: Albarella, U. and Trentacoste, A., (eds.) Ethnozooarchaeology. The present and past of human-animal relationships. Oxbow Books , Oxford .

Albarella, U. (2001) Exploring the real Nature of environmental archaeology. In: Albarella, U., (ed.) Environmental Archaeology: Meaning and Purpose. Kluwer Academic Publishers , Dordrecht , pp. 3-13. ISBN 0-7923-6763-4

Albarella, U. (1989) Hipponion Vibo Valentia: necropoli in localita Piercastello La fauna. Annuali della Scuola Normale di Pisa, 19 (2). pp. 825-832. ISSN 0392-095X

Albarella, U. (1991) La fauna. In: Arthur, P., (ed.) La chiesa di S.Costanzo a Marina Grande, Capri. Editoriale Scientifica , Napoli , pp. 54-57.

Albarella, U. (1997) La fauna dell'abitato dell'eta' del ferro di Otranto. In: D'Andria, F., (ed.) Metodologie di catalogazione dei beni archeologici. Martano, Edipuglia , Lecce, Bari , pp. 189-209.

Albarella, U. (1995) La fauna. In G.Semeraro. Scavi di emergenza nell'abitato medievale di Otranto. Studi di Antichita', 8 (2). pp. 373-380. ISSN 888086149 2

Albarella, U. (2004) Mammal and bird bones. In: Wallis, H., (ed.) Excavations at Mill Lane, Thetford, 1995. East Anglian Archaeology, 108 . Archaeology and Environment Division, Norfolk Museums and Archaeology Service , pp. 88-99. ISBN 090559441X

Albarella, U. (2015) Meat. In: Metheny, K. and Beaudry, M., (eds.) Archaeology of Food. Rowman & Littlefield , 309 - 311 . ISBN 9780759123649

Albarella, U. (2005) Meat consumption and production in town and country. In: Giles, K. and Dyer, C., (eds.) Town and Country in the Middle Ages: Contrasts, Contacts and Interconnections, 1100-1500. Society for Medieval Archaeology Monograph (22). Maney , Leeds , pp. 131-148. ISBN 1904350283

Albarella, U. (1994) Ossa umane. In: Arthur, P., (ed.) Il complesso archeologico di Carminiello ai Mannesi. Napoli (Scavi 1983-1984). Congedo , Lecce , pp. 429-430.

Albarella, U. (2015) Pig. In: Metheny, K. and Beaudry, M., (eds.) Archaeology of Food. Rowman & Littlefield , 406 - 407 . ISBN 9780759123649

Albarella, U. (2006) Pig husbandry and pork consumption in medieval England. In: Woolgar, C., Serjeantson, D. and Waldron, T., (eds.) Food in Medieval England: diet and nutrition. Oxford University Press , Oxford , pp. 72-87. ISBN 9780199273492

Albarella, U. (2018) Pigs. The SAS Encyclopedia of Archaeological Sciences. ISSN 978-0-470-67461-1 (In Press)

Albarella, U. (2016) The Power of Feasts: From Prehistory to the Present. European Journal of Archaeology, 19 (1). pp. 153-157. ISSN 1461-9571

Albarella, U. (1993) Problemi metodologici nelle correlazioni inter-sito: alcuni esempi da archeofaune dell'Italia meridionale. In: n/a, ., (ed.) Atti del "I convegno nazionale di archeozoologia", Rovigo 5-7 marzo 1993. Padusa Quaderni n.1 , Rovigo , pp. 15-28.

Albarella, U. (2012) Review of ‘Cultural Heritage, Ethics and the Military’ by Peter G. Stone (ed.). Australian Archaeology (74). pp. 119-121. ISSN 0312-2417

Albarella, U. (1998) Shape variation of cattle metapodials: age, sex or breed? Some examples from Medieval and Postmedieval sites. Anthropozoologica, 25-26. pp. 37-48. ISSN 0761-3032

Albarella, U. (1988) Sito CL1: Fauna. In C.Albore Livadie, F.Fedele, U.Albarella, F.De Matteis, E.Esposito, & R.Federico. Ricerche sull'insediamento tardo neolitico di Mulino S.Antonio (Avella). Rivista di Scienze Preistoriche, XLI. pp. 84-99. ISSN 0035-6514

Albarella, U. (2002) 'Size matters': how and why biometry is still important in zooarchaeology. In: Dobney, K. and O’Connor, T., (eds.) Bones and the Man: Studies in honour of Don Brothwell. Oxbow Books , Oxford , pp. 51-62. ISBN 978-1842170601

Albarella, U. (1997) Size, power, wool and veal: zooarchaeological evidence for late medieval innovations. In: De Boe, G. and Verhaeghe, F., (eds.) Environment and subsistence in medieval Europe. Papers of the Medieval Europe Conference . Instituut voor het Archeologisch Patrimonium , Brugge , pp. 19-30.

Albarella, U. (2003) Tanners, tawyers, horn working and the mystery of the missing goat. In: Murphy, P. and Wiltshire, P., (eds.) The Environmental Archaeology of Industry. Oxbow Books , Oxford , pp. 71-86.

Albarella, U. (1995) Vaste, Fondo S.Antonio - I reperti faunistici dalle cisterne e dalla buca di scarico. Studi di Antichita', 8 (2). pp. 289-304. ISSN 8880861492

Albarella, U. (2010) Wild boar. In: O'Connor, T. and Sykes, N., (eds.) Extinctions and Invasions: A Social History of British Fauna. Oxbow Books , Oxford , pp. 59-67.

Albarella, U. (2017) Zooarchaeology in the twenty- first century: where we come from, where we are now, and where we are going. In: Albarella, U., Rizzetto, M., Russ, H., Vickers, K. and Viner-Daniels, S., (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Zooarchaeology. Oxford University Press , Oxford , pp. 3-21. ISBN 9780199686476

Albarella, U. (1998) The animal bones. In: Ellis, P., Hughes, G., Leach, P., Mould, C. and Sterenberg, J., (eds.) Excavations alongside Roman Ermine Street, Cambridgeshire, 1996. Bar British Series 276 . BAR Publishing , Oxford , pp. 99-104. ISBN 9780860549260

Albarella, U. (1999) The animal economy after the eruption of Avellino pumice: the case of La Starza (Avellino, Southern Italy). In: Albore Livadie, C., (ed.) L'eruzione vesuviana delle “Pomici di Avellino” e la facies culturale di Palma Campania (bronzo antico). Edipuglia , Bari , pp. 317-330.

Albarella, U. (2007) The end of the Sheep Age: people and animals in the late Iron Age. In: Haselgrove, C. and Moore, T., (eds.) The Late Iron Age in Britain and beyond. Oxbow Books , Oxford , pp. 393-406.

Albarella, U. (1989) The fauna. In U.Albarella, P.Arthur and M.Wayman. MI79: an early medieval site at loc.Arivito near Mondragone (Caserta). Archeologia Medievale, XVI. pp. 596-602. ISSN 0390-0592

Albarella, U. (1997) The mammal, bird and amphibian bones. In: Excavation at Orchard Lane, Huntingdon, 1994. In: Oakley, N. and Spoerry, P., (eds.) Excavation at Orchard Lane, Huntingdon, 1994. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society LXXXV, LXXXV . , pp. 147-149.

Albarella, U. (1999) 'The mystery of husbandry': Medieval animals and the problem of integrating historical and archaeological evidence. Antiquity, 73 (282). pp. 867-875. ISSN 0003-598X

Albarella, U., Beech, M., Curl, J., Locker, A., Moreno Garcia, M. and Mulville, J. (2009) Norwich Castle: Excavations and Historical Surveys 1987-98. Part III: a Zooarchaeological Study. East Anglian Archaeology Occasional Papers, 22 . Norfolk , Historic Environment Norfolk Museums and Archaeology Service . ISBN 9780905594507

Albarella, U., Beech, M. and Mulville, J. (2009) Mammal and bird bone. In: Shepherd Popescu, E., (ed.) Norwich Castle: Excavations and Historical Surveys 1987-98. Part I: Anglo-Saxon to c.1345. East Anglian Archaeology (132). East Anglian Archaeology , Norwich , pp. 180-433. ISBN 9780905594484

Albarella, U., Beech, M. and Mulville, J. (2009) Mammal and bird bone. In: Shepherd Popescu, E., (ed.) Norwich Castle: Excavations and Historical Surveys 1987-98. Part II: c.1345 to Modern. East Anglian Archaeology Report (132). Oxbow Books , Norwich , pp. 636-1006.

Albarella, U., Ceglia, V. and Roberts, P. (1993) S. Giacomo degli Schiavoni (molise): An early fifth century AD deposit of pottery and animal bones from central Adriatic Italy. Papers of the British School at Rome, 61. pp. 157-230. ISSN 0068-2462

Albarella, U. and Davis, S. (2010) The animal bones. In: Chapman, A., (ed.) West Cotton, Raunds: a study of medieval settlement dynamics AD 450-1450. Oxbow Books , Oxford , pp. 516-537.

Albarella, U. and Davis, S. (2006) The mammal and bird bones: a brief revisit. In: Saunders, A., (ed.) Excavations at Launceston Castle, Cornwall. Society for Medieval Archaeology Monographs (SMA) (24). Society for Medieval Archaeology , Leeds , pp. 447-454. ISBN 9781904350750

Albarella, U., Davis, S., Detry, C. et al. (1 more author) (2006) Pigs of the “Far West”: the biometry of Sus from archaeological sites in Portugal. Anthropozoologica, 40 (2). pp. 27-54.

Albarella, U. and Davis, S.J.M. (1996) Mammals and Birds from Launceston Castle, Cornwall: Decline in Status and the Rise of Agriculture. Circaea, 12 (1). ISSN 0268-425X

Albarella, U., De Grossi Mazzorin, J. and Minniti, C. (2018) Urban pigs: dietary, cultural and landscape changes in 1st millennium AD Rome. In: Peters, J. and Goebel, V., (eds.) Animals: Cultural Identifiers in Ancient Societies? Documenta Archaeobiologiae . Verlag M. Leidorf , Rahden/Westf . (In Press)

Albarella, U., Dobney, K., Ervynck, A. et al. (1 more author) (2007) Introduction. In: Albarella, A., Dobney, K., Ervynck, A. and Rowley-Conwy, P., (eds.) Pigs and Humans. 10,000 years of interaction. Oxford University Press , Oxford , pp. 1-12. ISBN 9780199207046

Albarella, U., Dobney, K., Ervynck, A. et al. (1 more author) (2007) The transition from wild boar to domestic pig in Eurasia, illustrated by a tooth developmental defect and biometrical data. In: Albarella, A., Dobney, K., Ervynck, A. and Rowley-Conwy, P., (eds.) Pigs and Humans: 10,000 years of interaction. Oxford University Press , Oxford , pp. 57-82. ISBN 9780199207046

Albarella, U., Dobney, K. and Rowley-Conwy, P. (2009) Size and shape of the Eurasian wild boar (Sus scrofa), with a view to the reconstruction of its Holocene history. Environmental Archaeology, 14 (2). pp. 103-136. ISSN 1461-4103

Albarella, U., Dobney, K. and Rowley-Conwy, P. (2006) The domestication of the pig (Sus scrofa): New challenges and approaches. In: Zeder, M., Bradley, D., Emshwiller, E. and Smith, B, (eds.) Documenting Domestication: new genetic and archaeological paradigms. University of California Press , Berkeley , pp. 209-227. ISBN 9780520932425

Albarella, U. and Hammon, A. (2011) The animal bone. In: Ellis, P. and Leach, P., (eds.) The Roman Settlement At Fosse Lane, Shepton Mallet: The Tesco Excavation, 1996–7. Somerset Archaeology and Natural History, 155 . Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society , Taunton , W37-W52.

Albarella, U., Johnstone, C. and Vickers, K. (2008) The development of animal husbandry from the Late Iron Age to the end of the Roman period: a case study from South-East Britain. Journal of Archaeological Science, 35 (7). pp. 1828-1848. ISSN 0305-4403

Albarella, U., Manconi, F., Rowley-Conwy, P. et al. (1 more author) (2006) Pigs of Sardinia and Corsica: a biometrical re-evaluation of their status and history. In: Tecchiati, U and Sala, B, (eds.) Archaeozoological Studies in honour of Alfredo Riedel. Ripartizione beni culturali Ufficio beni archeologici , Bolzano , pp. 285-302.

Albarella, U., Manconi, F. and Trentacoste, A. (2011) A week on the plateau: pig husbandry, mobility and resource exploitation in central Sardinia. In: albarella, U. and Trentacoste, A., (eds.) Ethnozooarchaeology. The present and past of human-animal relationships. Oxbow Books , Oxford , pp. 143-159.

Albarella, U., Manconi, F., Vigne, J.D. et al. (1 more author) (2007) The ethnoarchaeology of traditional pig husbandry in Sardinia and Corsica. In: Albarella, U., Dobney, K., Ervynck, A. and Rowley-Conwy, P., (eds.) Pigs and Humans: 10,000 years of interaction. Oxford University Press , Oxford , pp. 285-307. ISBN 9780199207046

Albarella, U. and Murray, E. (2005) Mammal and avian bone. In: Shelley, A., (ed.) Dragon Hall, King Street, Norwich: excavation and survey of a late medieval merchant’s trading complex. East Anglian Archaeology (112). Norfolk and Norwich Heritage Trust , pp. 158-167. ISBN 0 951787810

Albarella, U., Parker Pearson, M., Pollard, J. et al. (6 more authors) (2011) Feeding Stonehenge: Feasting in Late Neolithic Britain. In: Aranda Jiménez, G., Montón-Subías, S. and Sánchez Romero, M., (eds.) Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner. Feasting rituals in the prehistoric societies of Europe and the Near East. Oxbow Books , Oxford , pp. 73-90.

Albarella, U. and Payne, S. (2005) Neolithic pigs from Durrington Walls, Wiltshire, England: a biometrical database. Journal of Archaeological Science, 32 (4). pp. 589-599. ISSN 0305-4403

Albarella, U. and Rizzetto, M. (2017) A Glossary of Zooarchaeological Methods. In: Albarella, U., (ed.) The Oxford Handbook of Zooarchaeology. Oxford University Press , Oxford , pp. 757-780. ISBN 9780199686476

Albarella, U. and Serjeantson, D. (2002) A passion for pork: meat consumption at the British late Neolithic site of Durrington Walls. In: Miracle, P. and Milner, N., (eds.) Consuming Passions and Patterns of Consumption. Monographs of the McDonald Institute . McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research , Cambridge . ISBN 978-0-9519420-8-6

Albarella, U., Tagliacozzo, A., Dobney, K. et al. (1 more author) (2006) Pig hunting and husbandry in prehistoric Italy: A contribution to the domestication debate. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, 72. pp. 193-227. ISSN 0079-497X

Albarella, U. and Thomas, R. (2002) They dined on crane: bird consumption, wild fowling and status in medieval England. Acta Zoologica Cracoviensa, 45. pp. 23-38. ISSN 2299-6060

Albarella, U., Wilkie, T., Mainland, I. et al. (2 more authors) (2007) A dental microwear study of pig diet and management in Iron Age, Romano-British, Anglo-Scandinavian and Medieval contexts in England. In: Albarella, U., Dobney, K., Ervynck, A. and Rowley-Conwy, P., (eds.) Pigs and Humans: 10,000 years of interaction. Oxford University Press , Oxford , pp. 241-254. ISBN 9780199207046

Allsworth-Jones, P., Harvati, K. and Stringer, C. (2010) The archaeological context of the Iwo Eleru cranium from Nigeria and preliminary results of new morphometric studies. In: Allsworth-Jones, P., (ed.) West African Archaeology New developments, new perspectives. BAR, S2164 . Archaeopress , pp. 29-42. ISBN 978 1 4073 0708 4

Aris, C., Nystrom, P. and Craig-Atkins, E. (2018) A new multivariate method for determining sex of immature human remains using the maxillary first molar. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. ISSN 0002-9483

Arthur, P., Albarella, U., Bruno, B. et al. (1 more author) (1996) The faunal remains. In P.Arthur. "Masseria Quattro Macine" - A deserted medieval village and its territory in southern Apulia: an interim report on field survey, excavation and document analysis. Papers of the British School at Rome, 64. pp. 222-224. ISSN 0068-2462

Ayala, G., Wainwright, J., Walker, J. et al. (4 more authors) (2017) Palaeoenvironmental reconstruction of the alluvial landscape of Neolithic Catalhoyuk, central southern Turkey: the implications for early agriculture and responses to environmental change. Journal of Archaeological Science, 87. pp. 30-43. ISSN 0305-4403


Barnes, G., Pillatt, T. and Williamson, T. (2016) Rural tree populations in England: historic character and future planting policy. British Wildlife, 27 (6). pp. 392-401. ISSN 0958-0956

Beaumont, J., Craig-Atkins, E., Buckberry, J. et al. (5 more authors) (2018) Comparing apples and oranges: why infant bone collagen may not reflect dietary intake in the same way as dentine collagen. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. ISSN 0002-9483

Bennet, D.J. (2016) On comparison in Linear B: genetic, historical or analogical? In: Aegean Scripts Proceedings of the 14th Mycenological Colloquium 2-6 September, Copenhagen 2015. Aegean Scripts. 14th Mycenological Colloquium, 02/09/2015-05/09/2015, Copenhagen. Istituto di Studi sul Mediterraneo Antico , Rome . (In Press)

Bennet, D.J. (2017) Palaces and their Regions: Geographical Analysis of Territorial Exploitation in Late Bronze Age Crete and Greece. In: Carlier, P., Rougemont, F. and Zurbach, J., (eds.) Palatial Economy in the Ancient Near East and in the Aegean. First Steps towards a Comprehensive Study and Analysis. Palatial Economy in the Ancient Near East and in the Aegean: First Steps Towards a Comprehensive Study and Analysis, 16/09/2010-19/09/2010, Sèvres, France. PASIPHAE Rivista di filologia e antichità egee, 11 . Fabrizio Serra editore , pp. 151-174. ISBN 978-88-6227-921-5

Bennet, J. (2018) Understanding Relations Between Scripts: The Aegean writing systems, edited by P.M. Steele, 2017. Cambridge Archaeological Journal, 28 (3). pp. 528-530. ISSN 0959-7743

Bogaard, A., Hodgson, J., Nitsch, E. et al. (10 more authors) (2016) Combining functional weed ecology and crop stable isotope ratios to identify cultivation intensity: a comparison of cereal production regimes in Haute Provence, France and Asturias, Spain. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany, 25 (1). pp. 57-73. ISSN 0939-6314

Bogaard, A., Styring, A., Ater, M. et al. (9 more authors) (2016) From Traditional Farming in Morocco to Early Urban Agroecology in Northern Mesopotamia: Combining Present-day Arable Weed Surveys and Crop Isotope Analysis to Reconstruct Past Agrosystems in (Semi-)arid Regions. Environmental Archaeology. pp. 1-20. ISSN 1461-4103

Bonhomme, V., Forster, E., Wallace, M. et al. (3 more authors) (2017) Identification of inter- and intra-species variation in cereal grains through geometric morphometric analysis, and its resilience under experimental charring. Journal of Archaeological Science, 86. pp. 60-67. ISSN 0305-4403

Borić, D., Hanks, B., Šljivar, D. et al. (5 more authors) (2018) Enclosing the neolithic world: A Vinča culture enclosed and fortified settlement in the Balkans. Current Anthropology, 59 (3). pp. 336-346. ISSN 0011-3204

Brimacombe, C.S., Kuykendall, K.L. and Nystrom, P. (2018) Epiphyseal fusion and dental development in Pan paniscus with comparisons with Pan troglodytes. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 167 (4). pp. 903-913. ISSN 0002-9483

Broderick, L. and Wallace, M. (2016) Manure: valued by farmers, undervalued by zooarchaeologists. In: Broderick, L., (ed.) People with Animals: Perspectives & Studies in Ethnozooarchaeology. Oxbow Books , Oxford , pp. 34-41. ISBN 978-1-78570-247-1

Buckberry, J.L. and Hadley, D.M. (2007) An Anglo-Saxon execution cemetery at Walkington Wold, Yorkshire. Oxford Journal of Archaeology, 26 (3). pp. 309-329. ISSN 1468-0092


Carroll, M. (2016) Hugh Last Fellowship: Mater Matuta and related goddesses: guaranteeing maternal fertility and infant survival in Italic and Roman Italy. Papers of the British School at Rome, 84. pp. 342-343. ISSN 0068-2462

Carroll, M. and Prowse, T. (2016) Research at the Roman Imperial Estate at Vagnari, Puglia (Comune Di Gravina in Puglia, Provincia Di Bari, Regione Puglia). Papers of the British School at Rome, 84. pp. 333-336. ISSN 0068-2462

Carroll, P. (2018) Mater Matuta, ‘fertility cults’, and the integration of women in religious life in Italy in the fourth to first centuries BC. Papers of the British School at Rome. ISSN 0068-2462 (In Press)

Carroll, P.M. (2014) ‘The Insignia of Women’: Dress, Gender and identity on the Roman funerary monument of Regina from Arbeia. Archaeological Journal, 169 (1). pp. 281-311. ISSN 0066-5983

Carroll, P.M. (2017) ‘The sacred places of the immortal ones’. Ancient Greek and Roman Sacred Groves. In: The History of Groves. The History of Groves, 19-20 Sep 2014, University of Sheffield. Routledge , London . (In Press)

Carvajal López, J.C., Hein, A., Glascock, M.D. et al. (1 more author) (2017) Combined petrographic and chemical analysis of water containers and glazed wares in the Early Islamic Vega of Granada (southeast Spain, 6th to 12th centuries CE). Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports. ISSN 2352-409X

Casella, E. and Fennelly, K.L. (2016) Ghosts of Sorrow, Sin and Crime: Dark Tourism and Convict Heritage in Van Diemen’s Land, Australia. International Journal of Historical Archaeology. ISSN 1092-7697

Charles, M., Forster, E., Wallace, M. et al. (1 more author) (2015) “Nor ever lightning char thy grain”1: establishing archaeologically relevant charring conditions and their effect on glume wheat grain morphology. Science and Technology of Archaeological Research, 1 (1). ISSN 2054-8923

Corbino, C.A. (2015) Deposizioni rituali di rospi in una sepoltura enotria della prima Età del Ferro. In: Annali dell’Università degli Studi di Ferrara, Museologia Scientifica e Naturalistica. 7° Convegno Nazionale di Archeozoologia, 22-24 Nov 2012. , pp. 81-84.

Corbino, C.A. and Albarella, U. (2018) Wild birds of the Italian Middle Ages: diet, environment and society. Environmental Archaeology. ISSN 1461-4103

Corbino, C.A., Minniti, C., Mazzorin, J.D.G. et al. (1 more author) (2017) The role of chicken in the medieval food system: evidence from Central Italy. Tijdschrift voor Mediterrane Archeologie, 56. ISSN 0922-3312

Cottam, S. and Jackson, C.M. (2018) Things that travelled: Precious things for special people? In: Rosenow, D., Phelps, M., Meek, A. and Freestone, I., (eds.) Things that Travelled: Mediterranean Glass in the First Millennium AD. UCL Press , London , pp. 92-106. ISBN 9781787351196

Craig, E. and Craig, G. (2013) The Diagnosis and Context of a Facial Deformity from an Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Spofforth, North Yorkshire. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 23 (6). 631 - 639. ISSN 1047-482X

Craig, O., Mulville, J., Parker Pearson, M. et al. (4 more authors) (2000) Detecting milk proteins in ancient pots. Nature, 408 (6810). p. 312. ISSN 1476-4679

Craig, O.E., Shillito, L-M, Albarella, U. et al. (9 more authors) (2015) Feeding Stonehenge: cuisine and consumption at the Late Neolithic site of Durrington Walls. Antiquity, 89 (347). 1096 - 1109. ISSN 0003-598X

Craig-Atkins, E (2012) Chest burial: A middle anglo-saxon funerary rite from northern england. Oxford Journal of Archaeology, 31 (3). 317 - 337. ISSN 0262-5253

Craig-Atkins, E. (2017) Commentary: interdisciplinary approaches to the study of disease and deformity in past populations. Archaeological Review From Cambridge, 32 (1). pp. 106-111. ISSN 0261-4332

Craig-Atkins, E. (2014) Eavesdropping on short lives: Eaves-drip burial and the differential treatment of children one year of age and under in early Christian cemeteries. In: Hemer, K.A. and Hadley, D.M., (eds.) Medieval Childhood: Archaeological Approaches. Oxbow .

Craig-Atkins, E. (2016) Seeking ‘Norman Burials’, evidence for continuity and change in funerary practice following the Norman Conquest. In: Hadley, D.M. and Dyer, C., (eds.) The Norman Conquest: transformations and continuities. Society for Medieval Archaeology Monograph Series . .

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