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García Sanjuán, Leonardo and Wheatley, D. W. (eds.) (2002) Mapping the future of the past : managing the spatial dimension of the European archaeological resource, Sevilla, Spain, Universidad de Sevilla, 208pp. (Historia y Geografía, 78).
Morris, E.L. and Lane, T. (eds.) (2002) A millennium of saltmaking: Prehistoric and Romano-British salt production in the Fenland, Lincolnshire, UK, Heritage Trust for Lincolnshire, 509pp. (Lincolnshire Archaeology and Heritage Reports Series 4).
Hinton, D.A. (ed.) (2002) Purbeck papers, Oxford, GB, Oxbow Books, 152pp. (University of Southampton Department of Archaeology Monograph, 4).
Adams, J.R. (2002) Maritime Archaeology. In, Orser, C. (eds.) Encyclopedia of Historical Archaeology. Oxford, UK, Routledge.
Bending, S. D. (2002) Every man is naturally an antiquarian: Francis Grose and polite antiquities. In, Arnold, D. and Bending, S. (eds.) Tracing Architecture: The Aesthetics of Antiquarianism. Oxford, UK, Blackwell Publishers. (Art History Special Issues, 25).
Bose, M. C. A. (2002) Two phases of scholastic self-consciousness: reflections on method in Aquinas and Pecock. In, van Geest, P., Goris, H. and Leget, C. (eds.) Aquinas as Authority: a collection of studies presented at the second conference of the Thomas Instituut te Utrecht, December 14-16, 2000. Utrecht, Thomas Instituut te Utrecht, 87-107. (Publications of the Thomas Instituut te Utrecht ns 7).
Finneran, N. (2002) The archaeology of Christianity in Africa, Stroud, UK, Tempus Publishing, 160pp.
Garcia SanJuan, Leonardo and Wheatley, David W. (2002) Recent investigations of the megalithic landscape of Seville Province, Andalucía: Dolman de Palacio III. In, Proceedings of the Bougon Conference, Bougon, France, Oct 2002.
Leech, Roger (2002) The battlefield of the Dukla Pass: an archaeological perspective on the end of the Cold War in Europe. In, Schofield, J., Johnson, W.G. and Beck, C.M. (eds.) Matériel Culture: The archaeology of 20th century conflict. Oxford, UK, Routledge, 41-48.
Morris, Elaine (2002) Staying Alive: The function and use of prehistoric ceramics. In, Woodward, A. and Hill, J.D. (eds.) Prehistoric Britain: The Ceramic Basis. Oxford, UK, Oxbow Books Limited, 54-61.
Sofaer Derevenski, Joanna and Sørensen, Marie Louise Stig (2002) Becoming cultural: society and the incorporation of bronze. In, Ottaway, B.S. and Wager, E.C. (eds.) Metals and society: papers from a session held at the European Association of Archaeologists sixth annual meeting in Lisbon 2000. Oxford, UK, Archaeopress, 117-121. (BAR International Series 1061).
Sofaer-Derevenski, J.S. and Sorensen, M.L.S. (2002) Becoming Cultural: Society and the Incorporation of Bronze. In, Ottaway, B.S. and Wager, E.C. (eds.) Metals and society. Session held at the European Association of Archaeologists sixth annual meeting Oxford, UK, Archaeopress, 117-121. (BAR S1061).
Steele, T. J. M. (2002) When did directional asymmetry enter the record? In, Crow, T.J. (eds.) The Speciation of Modern Homo sapiens. Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press, 153-168. (Proceedings of the British Academy, 106).
Steele, T. J. M. and Buckley, C. (2002) Evolutionary ecology of spoken language: co-evolutionary hypotheses are testable. World Archaeology, 34, (1), 26-46. (doi:10.1080/00438240220134241).
Wheatley, David and Gillings, Mark (2002) Spatial technology and archaeology: the archaeological applications of GIS, London, UK, Taylor & Francis, 288pp.
Zakrzewski, S. (2002) Exploring Migration and Population Boundaries in Ancient Egypt: A Craniometric Case Study. Tempus, 7, 195-204.