Items where Division is "Faculty of Humanities > Archaeology" and Year is 2004
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Keay, Simon and Moser, S. (eds.) (2004) Greek art in view. Papers in honour of Brian A. Sparkes, Oxford, GB, Oxbow Books
Cleal, Rosamund and Pollard, Joshua (eds.) (2004) Monuments and material culture. Papers in honour of an Avebury archaeologist: Isobel Smith, East Knoyle, United Kingdom, Hobnob Press, 244pp.
Brothwell, Don and Zakrzewski, Sonia R. (2004) Metric and non-metric studies of archaeological human bone. In, Brickley, Megan and McKinley, Jacqueline I. (eds.) Guidelines to the Standards for Recording Human Remains. Southampton, GB, Institute of Field Archaeologists / British Association for Biological Anthropology and Osteoarchaeology, 27-33. (IFA Paper , 7).
Diaz-Guardamino, Marta (2004) As lareiras infratumulares. In, Moran, Elena and Parreira, Rui (eds.) Alcalar 7: Estudo e Reabilitação de um Monumento Megalítico. Lisboa, PT, Instituto Portugués de Patrimonio Arquitectónico, 137-147.
Gamble, Clive (2004) The Centre for the Archaeology of Human Origins, University of Southampton, Department of Archaeology. Before Farming, 2004, (1), 1-10. (doi:10.3828/bfarm.2004.1.7).
Gamble, Clive (2004) Materiality and symbolic force: a Palaeolithic view of sedentism. In, DeMarrais, Elizabeth, Gosden, Chris and Renfrew, Colin (eds.) Rethinking Materiality: The Engagement of Mind with the Material World. Cambridge, GB, McDonald Institute of Archaeological Research, 85-95.
Gamble, Clive (2004) Social archaeology and the unfinished business of the Palaeolithic. In, Cherry, John, Scarre, Chris and Shennan, Stephen (eds.) Explaining Social Change: Studies in Honour of Colin Renfrew. Cambridge, GB, McDonald Institute Monographs, 17-26.
Gamble, Clive, Davies, William, Pettitt, Paul and Richards, Martin (2004) Climate change and evolving human diversity in Europe during the last glacial. [in special issue: Discussion Meeting Issue ‘The evolutionary legacy of the Ice Ages’ organized by K.J. Willis, K.D. Bennett and D. Walker] Philosophical Transactions of The Royal Society B Biological Sciences, 359, (1442), 243-254. (doi:10.1098/rstb.2003.1396 ). (PMID:15101580).
Gamble, Clive and Gittins, Erica (2004) Social archaeology and origins research: a Palaeolithic perspective. In, Meskell, Lynn and Preucell, Robert (eds.) A Companion to Social Archaeology. Oxford, GB, Blackwell, 96-118. (doi:10.1002/9780470693605.ch5).
Garrard, Andrew, Conolly, James, McNabb, John and Moloney, Nora (2004) Palaeolithic-Neolithic Survey in the Sakçagözü Region of the Northern Levantine Rift Valley. In, Le Mière, O A M and Sanlaville, P (eds.) From the River to the Sea: the Euphrates and the Levant. , British Archaeological Reports, International Series, Archaeopress, 145-163. (British Archaeological Reports International Series, 1263).
Gascoigne, Alison L. (2004) Archaeological survey of Tell Tinnis, Manzala, Egypt. Bulletin of the Fondation Max van Berchem, 18, 1-3.
Gillings, Mark and Pollard, Joshua (2004) Avebury, London, GB, Duckworth, 211pp. (Duckworth Archaeological Histories).
Johnson, Paul, Keay, Simon and Millett, Martin (2004) Lesser urban sites in the Tiber valley: Baccanae, Forum Cassii and Castellum Amerinum. Papers of the British School at Rome, 72, 69-99.
Keay, S. (2004) El Territorio de Tarraco. In, Dupré , X. (eds.) Tarraco. Los Capiteles Provinciales de Hispania. Rome, IT, L’Erma de Bretschneider, 61-68.
Keay, S., Millett, M., Poppy, S., Robinson, J. , Taylor, J. and Terrenato, N. (2004) New approaches to Roman urbanism in the Tiber valley. In, Patterson , H. (eds.) Bridging the Tiber. Approaches to Regional Archaeology in the Middle Tiber Valley. London, British School at Rome, 223-236. (Archaeological Monographs of the British School at Rome).
Keay, S., Millett, M. and Strutt, K. (2004) Recent archaeological survey at Portus. In, Le Strutture dei Porti e Degli Approdi Antichi. Le Strutture dei Porti e Degli Approdi Antichi. Atti del Seminario Rome, Italy, Rubettino Editore, 221-232.
Pike, A., Eggins, S., Grün, R. and Thackeray , F. (2004) U-series dating of TP1, an almost complete human skeleton from Tuinplaas (Springbok Flats), South Africa. South African Journal of Science, 100, 381-383.
Pollard, J., Gillings, M. and Peterson, R. (2004) The destruction of the Avebury Monuments. In, Cleal, R. and Pollard, J. (eds.) Monuments and Material Culture. Papers in honour of an Avebury archaeologist: Isobel Smith. Salisbury, GB, Hobnob Press, 139-163.
Pollard, J. and Peterson, R. (2004) The Neolithic: the first farming societies. In, Aldhouse-Green, M.J. and Howell, R. (eds.) Gwent County History: Gwent in prehistory and early history. Cardiff, GB, University of Wales Press, 56-83. (Gwent County History, 1).
Pollard, Josh and Cleal, Rosamund (2004) Dating Avebury. In, Pollard, Josh and Cleal, Rosamund (eds.) Monuments and Material Culture. Papers in honour of an Avebury archaeologist: Isobel Smith. Salisbury, GB, Hobnob Press, 120-129.
Pollard, Josh and Howell, Raymond (2004) The Iron Age: settlement and material culture. In, Howell, Raymond and Aldhouse-Green, Miranda J. (eds.) Gwent County History: Gwent in Prehistory and Early Hstory. Cardiff, GB, University of Wales Press, 140-159. (Gwent County History, 1).
Pollard, Joshua (2004) The art of decay and the transformation of substance. In, Renfrew, Colin, Gosden, Chris and DeMarrais, Elizabeth (eds.) Substance, Memory, Display: Archaeology and Art. Cambridge, GB, McDonald Institute, 47-62.
Pollard, Joshua (2004) A ‘movement of becoming’: realms of existence in the early Neolithic of southern Britain. In, Chadwick, Adrian (eds.) Stories from the Landscape: Archaeologies of Inhabitation. Oxford, GB, Archaeopress, 55-69. (British Archaeological Reports International Series, S1238).
Sofaer, Joanna (2004) Age, ageing and human osteoarchaeology. In, From Birth to Death - Von der Geburt bis zum Tode, Berlin, DE,
Sofaer, Joanna (2004) Technological relations at Százhalombatta, Hungary. In, Bronze Age Forum, Southampton, GB,
Sofaer, Joanna, Chumley, A., Petley, G., Edwards, C.J., Mays, P., Mahon, P., Cooper, C. and Arden, N.K. (2004) Changes in hip geometry from Medieval to modern times. In, American Society for Bone and Mineral Research, Washington, US,