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Leech, Roger and Schofield, John (eds.) (1987) Urban Archaeology in Britain, London, GB, Council for British Archaeology, 234pp. (Council for British Archaeology Research Report, 61).

Blagg, T., Jones, R. and Keay, S. (eds.) (1988) Papers in Iberian archaeology, Oxford, GB, Archaeopress (British Archaeological Reports International Series , 193 (2 vols)).

Rahtz, Sebastian and Reilly, Paul (eds.) (1992) Archaeology and the information age, Abingdon, GB, Routledge, 432pp. (One World Archaeology).

Díaz Andreu, M. and Keay, S. (eds.) (1996) The archaeology of Iberia. The dynamics of change: the case of the Iberian peninsula, London, GB, Routledge, 314pp.

Conway, B., McNabb, J. and Ashton, N. (eds.) (1996) Excavations at the Barnfield Pit, Swanscombe, 1968-1972, London, GB, British Museum Press, 265pp. (Occassional Papers of the British Museum, 94).

Keay, S. (ed.) (1998) The archaeology of early Roman Baetica, Portsmouth, US, Journal of Roman Archaeology (Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplement, 29).

(1999) Preface. In, Leech, Roger H. and Safartij, Herbert (eds.) Report on the Situation of Urban Archaeology in Europe. Strasbourg, FR, Council of Europe, 5-11.

Keay, S.J. and Terrenato, N. (eds.) (2001) Italy and the West: Comparative Issues in Romanization , Oxford, UK, Oxbow Books Limited, 233pp.

Wenban-Smith, F. and Hosfield, R. (eds.) (2001) Paleolithic archaeology of the Solent River, London, GB, Lithic Studies Society, 112pp. (Lithic Studies Society Occasional Papers, 7).

Hamilakis, Yannis (ed.) (2002) Labyrinth revisited: rethinking 'Minoan' archaeology , Oxford, UK, Oxbow Books, 248pp.

Hinton, D.A. (ed.) (2002) Purbeck papers, Oxford, GB, Oxbow Books, 152pp. (University of Southampton Department of Archaeology Monograph, 4).

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).

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).

Jones, Andrew and MacGregor, Gavin (eds.) (2002) Colouring the past: the significance of colour in archaeological research, Oxford, UK, Berg, 224pp.

Hamilakis, Yannis, Pluciennik, Mark and Tarlow, Sarah (eds.) (2002) Thinking Through the Body: Archaeologies of Corporeality, London, Kluwer Academic/Plenum, 249pp.

Beck, Colleen M., Johnson, William Gray and Schofield, John (eds.) (2002) Matériel culture: the archaeology of Twentieth-Century conflict, London, UK; New York, USA, Routledge, 348pp. (One World Archaeology, 44).

Wheatley, David, Earl, Graeme and Poppy, Sarah (eds.) (2002) Contemporary themes in archaeological computing, Oxford, UK, Oxbow Books, 110pp. (University of Southampton Department of Archaeology Monograph 3).

Ucko, P. and Champion, T.C. (eds.) (2003) The wisdom of Egypt: changing visions through the ages, London, UK, UCL Press, 238pp. (Encounters with ancient Egypt).

Rockman, Marcy and Steele, James (eds.) (2003) Colonization of unfamiliar landscapes: the archaeology of adaptation, Oxford, UK, Routledge, 272pp.

Brown, K. S. and Hamilakis, Yannis (eds.) (2003) The Useable Past: Greek Metahistories, Lanham, USA, Lexington Books, 239pp. (Greek Studies: Interdisciplinary Approaches).

van Andel, Tjeerd H. and Davies, William (eds.) (2003) Neanderthals and modern humans in the European landscape during the last glaciation: archaeological results of the Stage 3 Project, Cambridge, UK, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research monographs, 265pp. (McDonald Institute monographs).

Jones, M, Collins, K. and Mallinson, J. (eds.) (2003) The Archaeology of the "Mary Rose" Vol. 5. For future generations: conservation of a Tudor maritime collection, Portsmouth, UK, The Mary Rose Trust Ltd, 145pp.

Marsden, P., Collins, K., Harrison, R., Mallinson, J. and Lewis, W. (eds.) (2003) The Archaeology of the "Mary Rose" Vol. 1. Sealed by time: the loss and recovery of the "Mary Rose", Portsmouth, UK, The Mary Rose Trust Ltd, 194pp.

Arnold, Dana and Bending, Stephen (eds.) (2003) Tracing architecture: the aesthetics of antiquarianism, Oxford, GB, Malden, US, Wiley-Blackwell, 160pp. (Art History Special Issues).

Arnold, Dana and Ballantyne, Andrew (eds.) (2004) Architecture as experience: radical change in spatial practice , London, UK, Routledge, 312pp.

Walker, Elizabeth A., Wenban-Smith, Francis and Healy, Frances (eds.) (2004) Lithics in action. [Proceedings of the Lithic Studies Society Conference held in Cardiff, September 2000] , Oxford, GB, Oxbow Books, 288pp. (Lithic Studies Society Occasional Paper 8).

Zakrzewski, Sonia R and Clegg, Margaret (eds.) (2005) Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Conference of the British Association for Biological Anthropology and Osteoarchaeology, Oxford, UK, Archaeopress, 139pp. (BAR international series, 1383).

Smiles, Sam and Moser, Stephanie (eds.) (2005) Envisioning the past: archaeology and the image , Malden, US, Oxford, GB, Blackwell, 264pp. (New Interventions in Art History).

Blue, Lucy, Hocker, Fred and Englert, Anton (eds.) (2006) Connected by the Sea: Proceedings of the Tenth International Symposium on Boat and Ship Archaeology, Denmark 2003, Oxford, UK, Oxbow Books, 335pp.

Peacock, David and Blue, Lucy (eds.) (2006) Myos Hormos - Quseir al-Qadim, Roman and Islamic Ports on the Red Sea, Volume 1: The Survey and Report on the Excavations, Oxford, UK, Oxbow Books, 180pp.

Green, Adrian and Leech, Roger (eds.) (2006) Cities In The World, 1500-2000: Proceedings of the Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology Conference, 2002, Leeds, UK, Maney, 344pp. (Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology Monograph 3).

Woolgar, C.M., Serjeantson, Dale and Waldron, Tony (eds.) (2006) Food in medieval England: diet and nutrition, Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press, 364pp. (Medieval History and Archaeology).

Peacock, David P.S. and Maxfield, Valerie A. (eds.) (2006) Mons Claudianus Survey and Excavation Volume Three: Ceramic Vessels and Related Objects, Cairo, Egypt, IFAO, 450pp. (Fouilles de l'Ifao, 54).

Peacock, David and Williams, David (eds.) (2006) Food for the Gods: New Light on the Ancient Incense Trade, Oxford, UK, Oxbow Books Limited, 192pp.

Serjeantson, Dale and Field, David (eds.) (2006) Animals in the Neolithic of Britain and Europe, Oxford, UK, Oxbow, 190pp. (Neolithic Studies Group Seminar Papers, 7).

Abad Casal, L., Keay, S. and Ramallo Asensio, S. (eds.) (2006) Early Roman Towns in Hispania Tarraconensis, Rhode Island, USA, Journal of Roman Archaeology, 237pp. (Journal of Roman Archaeology; Supplementary series, 62).

Sofaer, Joanna (ed.) (2007) Material identities, Oxford, UK, Blackwell Publishing, 184pp. (New Interventions in Art History).

Peacock, David and Blue, Lucy (eds.) (2007) The Ancient Red Sea Port of Adulis, Eritrea Report of the Eritro-British Expedition, 2004-5, Oxford, UK, Oxbow Books, 160pp.

Brown, David and Taylor, Miles (eds.) (2007) Palmerston studies I, Southampton, GB, Hartley Institute, University of Southampton, 207pp.

Bennison, Amira K. and Gascoigne, Alison L. (eds.) (2007) Cities in the Pre-Modern Islamic World: The Urban Impact of Religion, State and Society, New York, USA; London, UK, Routledge, 256pp. (SOAS/Routledge Studies on the Middle East, 6).

Hamilakis, Yannis and Duke, Philip (eds.) (2007) Archaeology and capitalism: from ethics to politics, Walnut Creek, USA, Left Coast Press, 352pp. (One World Archaeology).

Zakrzewski, Sonia R. and White, William (eds.) (2007) Proceedings of the Seventh Annual Conference of the British Association for Biological Anthropology and Osteoarchaeology, Oxford, UK, Archaeopress, 113pp. (British Archaeological Reports International Series, 1712).

Arnold, Dana and Derevenski, Joanna Sofaer (eds.) (2008) Biographies & space: placing the subject in art and architecture, Abingdon, UK, Routledge, 224pp.

Diaz-Guardamino, Marta and Moran, Elena (eds.) (2008) Entre muralhas e templos. A intervenção arqueológica no Largo de Santa Maria da Graça, Lagos (2004-2005), Lagos, PT, Câmara Municipal de Lagos (Laccobriga, 1).

Pollard, Joshua (ed.) (2008) Prehistoric Britain, Oxford, GB, Blackwell, 367pp. (Blackwell Studies in Global Archaeology).

Jones, Andrew M. (ed.) (2008) Prehistoric Europe: theory and practice, Oxford, GB, Wiley-Blackwell, 400pp.

Blockley, S.P.E., Lane, C.S., Oh, A., Ditchfield, P., Bogaard, A., Langdon, P.G., Schreve, D.C., Thomas, D.S.G. and Bailey, R.M. (eds.) (2009) The human dimesion in rapid environmental change, UK, Quaternary Research Association, 112pp. (Quaternary Abstracts, 1).

Blue, Lucy Katherine., Cooper, John., Whitewright, Julian and Thomas, Ross. (eds.) (2009) Connected Hinterlands: Proceedings of Red Sea Project IV held at the University of Southampton September 2008. Oxford , England, Archeopress BAR, 249pp. (Society for Arabian Studies Monographs , 8).

McNabb, John and Sinclair, Anthony (eds.) (2009) The Cave of Hearths: Makapan Middle Pleistocene Research Project: field research by Anthony Sinclair and Patrick Quinney, 1996-2001, Oxford, GB, Archaeopress, 193pp. (University of Southampton Series in Archaeology, 1).

Briant, R.M., Bates, M.R., Hosfield, R.T. and Wenban-Smith, F.F. (eds.), Quaternary Research Association (Great Britain). Field Meeting (2009) The Quaternary of the Solent Basin and the West Sussex raised beaches: field guide, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, GB, Quaternary Research Association, 248pp. (Quaternary Research Association Field Guide).

Serjeantson, D.J. and Rees, H. (eds.) (2009) Food, craft and status in medieval Winchester: the plant and animal remains from the suburbs and city defences, Oxford, GB, Winchester Museums, 276pp. (Winchester Museums Archaeology Reports, 10).

Blue, Lucy Katherine and Khalil, Emad (eds.) (2010) Lake Mareotis: Reconstructing the Past. Proceedings of the International Conference on the Archaeology of the Mareotic Region., Archeopress BAR, 171pp. (University of Southampton Series in Archaeology, 2). (In Press).

Goldhahn, Joakim, Fuglesvedt, Ingrid and Jones, Andrew (eds.) (2010) Changing pictures: rock art traditions and visions in Northern Europe, Oxford, GB, Oxbow, 272pp.

Johnson, Matthew (ed.) (2011) On the nature of empiricism in archaeology. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 17, (4), Winter Issue (In Press).

Jones, Andrew Meirion, Freedman, Davina, O'Connor, Blaze and Lamdin-Whymark, Hugo (eds.) (2011) An animate landscape: rock art and the prehistory of Kilmartin, Argyll. Oxford, GB, Windgather Press, 400pp.

Jones, Andrew M. and Bonaventura, Paul (eds.) (2011) Sculpture and Archaeology, Farnham, GB, Ashgate, 238pp. (In Press).

Barker, Elton, Bouzarovski, Stefan, Pelling, Chris and Isaksen, Leif (eds.) (2011) New worlds out of old texts: developing techniques for the spatial analysis of ancient narratives, Oxford University Press (Submitted).

Peacock, David and Blue, Lucy (eds.) (2011) Myos Hormos - Quseir al-Qadim, Roman and Islamic ports on the Red Sea, volume 2: Finds from the excavations 1999-2003, Oxford, GB, Archaeopress, 379pp. (University of Southampton Series in Archaeology, 6 (BAR S2286)).

Blue, Lucy and Khalil, Emad (eds.) (2011) A multidisciplinary approach to Alexandria’s economic past: the Lake Mareotis Research Project. Oxford, GB, Archaeopress, 313pp. (Southampton Monograph Series, 5).

Hinton, D.A., Hamerow, A. and Crawford, S. (eds.) (2011) The Oxford handbook of Anglo-Saxon archaeology , Oxford, GB, Oxford University Press

Blue, Lucy and Khalil, Emad (eds.) (2011) A multidisciplinary approach to Alexandria’s economic past: the Mareotis Case Study, Oxford, GB, Archaeopress, 313pp. (University of Southampton Series in Archaeology, 5).

Williams, David F. and Peacock, David (eds.) (2011) Bread for the people: the archaeology of mills and milling, Archaeopress, 366pp. (University of Southampton Series in Archaeology, No.3.).

Rahtz, Sebastian and Reilly, Paul (eds.) (2011) Archaeology and the information age, Abingdon, GB, Routledge, 432pp. (One World Archaeology).

Keay, S.J. and Paroli, L. (eds.) (2011) Portus and its hinterland: recent archaeological research, Rome, IT, British School at Rome, 320pp. (Archaeological Monographs of the British School at Rome, 18).

(2012) Exploring time and matter in prehistoric monuments: absolute chronology and rare rocks in European megaliths. In, García Sanjuán, Leonardo, Wheatley, David and Scarre, Chris (eds.) Menga [Journal of Andalusian Prehistory]. Andalucía, ES, Consejeria de Cultura, 11-24. (Menga Monograph Series, 01).

Vermuelen, Frank, Burgers, Gert-Jan , Keay, Simon and Corsi, Cristina (eds.) (2012) Urban landscape survey in Italy and the Mediterranean, Oxford, GB, Oxbow (Archaeological Monographs of the British School at Rome ). (In Press).

Cochrane, Andrew and Jones, Andrew Merion (eds.) (2012) Visualising the Neolithic, Oxford, GB, Oxbow, 304pp. (Neolithic Studies Group Seminar Series, 13).

Wenban-Smith, F.F., Stafford, E. and Bates, M.R. (eds.) (2012) Prehistoric Ebbsfleet: excavations and research in advance of High Speed 1 and STDR 4. Oxford, GB, Oxford Archaeology (Oxford/Wessex Archaeology CTRL series, Monograph 6). (In Press)

Sofaer, Joanna and Jefferies, Janis (eds.) (2012) CinBA: Creativity and Craft Production in Middle and Late Bronze Age Europe live project. Contemporary craft inspired by the European Bronze Age, Southampton, GB, University of Southampton, 38pp.

Boismier, William A., Gamble, Clive and Coward, Fiona (eds.) (2012) Neanderthals among mammoths: excavations at Lynford Quarry, Norfolk UK, Swindon, Borough of, GB, English Heritage Monographs, 529pp.

Matthews, Roger, Curtis, John, Seymour, Michael, Fletcher, Alexandra, Gascoigne, Alison, Glatz, Claudia, Simpson, St. John, Taylor, Helen, Tubb, Jonathan and Chapman, Rupert (eds.) (2012) Proceedings of the 7th International Congress of the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East (7th ICAANE), 12 April - 16 April 2010, British Museum and UCL, London. [Vol.1] Mega-cities & Mega-sites. The archeology of consumption & disposal. landscape, transport & communication, Wiesbaden, DE, Harrasowitz, 738pp. (Proceedings of the International Congress on the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East, 7).

Matthews, Roger, Curtis, John, Seymour, Michael, Fletcher, Alexandra, Gascoigne, Alison, Glatz, Claudia, Simpson, St. John, Taylor, Helen, Tubb, Jonathan and Chapman, Rupert (eds.) (2012) Proceedings of the 7th International Congress of the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East (7th ICAANE), 12 April - 16 April 2010, British Museum and UCL, London. [Vol.2] Ancient & modern issues in cultural heritage. Colour & light in architecture, art & material culture. Islamic archeology, Wiesbaden, DE, Harrasowitz, 727pp. (Proceedings of the International Congress on the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East, 7).

Matthews, Roger, Curtis, John, Seymour, Michael, Fletcher, Alexandra, Gascoigne, Alison, Glatz, Claudia, Simpson, St. John, Taylor, Helen, Tubb, Jonathan and Chapman, Rupert (eds.) (2012) Proceedings of the 7th International Congress of the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East (7th ICAANE), 12 April - 16 April 2010, British Museum and UCL, London. [Vol.3] Fieldwork & recent research. Posters, Wiesbaden, DE, Harrasowitz, 717pp. (Proceedings of the International Congress on the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East, 7).

Jones, Andrew Meirion, Pollard, Joshua, Gardiner, Julie and Allen, Michael (eds.) (2012) Image, memory & monumentality: archaeological engagements with the material world, Oxford, GB, Oxbow Books / Prehistoric Society, 366pp. (Prehistoric Society Research Papers, 5).

Wenban-Smith, Francis (ed.) (2013) The Ebbsfleet Elephant: excavations at Southfleet Road, Swanscombe in advance of High Speed 1, 2003-4. Oxford, GB, Oxford Archaeology , 595pp. (Oxford Archaeology Monograph, 20).

Keay, Simon (ed.) (2013) Rome, Portus and the Mediterranean, Rome, IT, British School at Rome, 454pp. (Archaeological Monographs of the British School at Rome, 21).

Ransley, Jesse, Sturt, Fraser, Dix, Justin, Adams, Jonathan and Blue, Lucy (eds.) (2013) People and the Sea: A Maritime Archaeological Research Agenda for England, York, GB, Council for British Archaeology, 272pp. (Research Reports, 171).

Alberti, Benjamin, Jones, Andrew M. and Pollard, Joshua (eds.) (2013) Archaeology after interpretation: returning materials to archaeological theory, Walnut, US, Left Coast Press, 300pp.

Smith, Claire (ed.) (2014) Encyclopedia of global archaeology [In 11 volumes], London, GB, Springer, 8013pp.

Dunbar, Robin, Gamble, Clive and Gowlett, John (eds.) (2014) Lucy to language: the benchmark papers, Oxford, GB, Oxford University Press, 544pp.

Arnold, Dana (2003) Facts or fragments? Visual histories in the age of mechanical reproduction. In, Arnold, Dana and Bending, Stephen (eds.) Tracing Architecture: the Aesthetics of Antiquarianism. Oxford, GB, Wiley-Blackwell, 30-48. (Art History Special Issues).

Moser, Stephanie (2010) The devil is in the detail: museum displays and the creation of knowledge. Museum Anthropology, 33, (1), Spring Issue, 22-32. (doi:10.1111/j.1548-1379.2010.01072.x ).

Abad Casal, L., Keay, S. and Ramallo Asensio, S. (2006) Introduction. In, Abad Casal, L., Keay, S. and Ramallo Asensio, S. (eds.) Early Roman Towns in Hispania Tarraconensis. Rhode Island, USA, Journal of Roman archaeology, 9-17. (Journal of Roman archeaology; Supplementary series 62).

Abbott, Stewart (2006) The Isle of Wight, c.1750-1840: aspects of viewing, recording and consumption. University of Southampton, Department of Archaeology, Doctoral Thesis , 297pp.

Adams, J. R. (2003) Ships, innovation and social change: Aspects of carvel shipbuilding in Northern Europe 1450-1850., Stockholm, University of Stockholm, 248pp. (Stockholm studies in archaeology 24 and Stockholm marine archaeology reports 3).

Adams, J.R. (2002) Maritime Archaeology. In, Orser, C. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Historical Archaeology. Oxford, UK, Routledge.

Adams, J.R. (2013) A maritime archaeology of ships. Innovation and social change in late medieval and early modern Europe, Oxford, GB, Oxbow Books, 228pp. (In Press).

Adams, Joanthan (2006) Editorial article: From the water margins to the centre ground? Journal of Maritime Archaeology, 1, (1), 1-8. (doi:10.1007/s11457-005-9001-8).

Adams, Jonathan (2001) Ships and boats as archaeological source material. World Archaeology, 32, (3), 292-310. (doi:10.1080/00438240120048644).

Adams, Jonathan (2007) Identity, threat and defiance: interpreting the “bulwark”, a 12th century lake building on Gotland, Sweden. Journal of Maritime Archaeology, 1, (2), 170-190. (doi:10.1007/s11457-006-9008-9).

Adams, Jonathan and Black, Jennifer (2004) From rescue to research: medieval ship finds in St Peter Port, Guernsey. International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, 33, (2), 230-252. (doi:10.1111/j.1095-9270.2004.00021.x).

Adams, Jonathan and Gibbins, David, Adams, Jonathan and Gibbins, David (eds.) (2001) Shipwrecks and maritime archaeology. World Archaeology, 32, (3), 279-291. (DOI: 10.1080/00438240120048635).

Adams, Jonathan and Rönnby, Johan (2002) Kuggmaren 1: the first cog find in the Stockholm archipelago, Sweden. International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, 31, (2), 172-181. (doi:10.1006/ijna.2002.1046).

Adams, Jonathan and Rönnby, Johan (2009) Kraveln - marinarkeologiska undersökningar av ett skeppsvrak från tidigt 1500-tal i Nämndöfjärden, Stockholms skärgård. In, Schoerner, Katarina (ed.) Skärgård och örlog - Nedslag i Stockholms skärgårds tidiga historia. Visby, SE, Kungl. Vitterhetsakademiens .

Adams, Jonathan and Rönnby, Johan (2013) One of his Majesty’s ‘Beste Kraffwells’: the wreck of an early carvel-built ship at Franska Stenarna, Sweden. International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, 42, (1), 103-117. (doi:10.1111/j.1095-9270.2012.00355.x).

Adams, Jonathan R., Antoniadou, Annita, Hunt, Chistopher O., Bennett, Paul, Croudace, Ian W., Taylor, Rex N., Pearce, Richard B., Earl, Graeme P., Flemming, Nicholas C., Moggeridge, John, Whiteside, Timothy, Oliver, Kenneth and Parker, Anthony J. (2012) The Belgammel Ram, a Hellenistic-Roman Bronze Proembolion Found off the Coast of Libya: test analysis of function, date and metallurgy, with a digital reference archive. The International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, 42, (1), 60-75. (doi:10.1111/1095-9270.12001).

Al-Talhi, Dhaifallah (2000) Mada'in Salih, a Nabataean town in north west Arabia: analysis and interpretation of the excavation 1986-1990. University of Southampton, School of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 346pp.

Alberti, Ben (1997) Archaeology and masculinity in Late Bronze Age Knossos. University of Southampton, Archaeology, Doctoral Thesis , 259pp.

Alberti, Ben, Fowles, Severin, Holbraad, Martin, Marshall, Yvonne and Whitmore, Chris (2011) "Worlds otherwise": Archaeology, anthropology, and ontological difference. Current Anthropology, 52, (6), 896-912. (doi:10.1086/662027).

Alberti, Benjamin and Marshall, Yvonne (2009) Animating archaeology: local theories and conceptually open-ended methodologies. Cambridge Archaeological Journal, 19, (3), 344-356. (doi:10.1017/S0959774309000535).

Alt, K., Knipper, C., Held, P., Nicklisch, N., Fecher, M., Roth, C., Enzmann, F., Tuckermann, J., Seitz, H., Polzin, C., Klopfsch, V., Brauns, M. and Pike, A.W.G. (2013) Königin Editha – ein Indizienbeweis zur Identifikation einer historischen Persönlichkeit aus dem Magdeburger Dom. In, Meller, H, Schenkluhn, W and Schmuhl, B.E.H. (eds.) Königin Editha und ihre Grablegen in Magdeburg. , Landesamt für Denkmalpflege und Archäologie Sachsen, 105-156. (Sonderband).

Amores Carredano, F., Dominguez Berenjeno, E.L., Garrido González, P., Keay, S., Rodriguez-Bobada y Gil, M.C. and Strutt, K.D. (2010) El patrimonio arqueológico del valle del Guadiamar: registro y métodos de análisis e interpretación de las huellas del pasado en el paisaje histórico. In, Amores Carredano, Fernando de (ed.) De la Tierra al Sol. Historia de las Paisajes del Guadiamar. Sevilla, ES, Focus Abengoa, 65-106.

Antoniadou, Ioanna (2014) Looting deconstructed: a study of non-professional engagements with the material past in Kozani, Greece. University of Southampton, Faculty of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 273pp.

Arnold, D. (2008) Shaping London, Shaping Lives: Hospitals as Agents of Change in the Metropolis, 1700-1840, Oxford, UK, Routledge, 208pp.

Arnold, Dana (2002) Facts or fragments? Visual histories in the age of mechanical reproduction. Art History, 25, (4), 450-460. (doi:10.1111/1467-8365.00338).

Arnold, Dana (2004) Trans-planting national cultures: The Phoenix Park, Dublin (1832-49), an urban heterotopia. In, Arnold, Dana (ed.) Cultural identities and the aesthetics of Britishness. Manchester, UK; New York, USA, Manchester University Press; Palgrave, 67-86. (Studies in Imperialism Series).

Arnold, Dana (2005) Rural urbanism: London landscapes in the early nineteenth century, Manchester, UK, Manchester University Press, 221pp.

Arnott, S., Dix, J.K., Best, A.I. and Gregory, D. (2002) Acoustic Propagation in Waterlogged Wood. Acta Acustica united with Acustica, 88, (5), 699-702.

Arnott, S.H.L., Dix, J.K., Best, A.I. and Gregory, D.J. (2005) Imaging of buried archaeological materials: the reflection properties of archaeological wood. Marine Geophysical Researches, 26, (2-4), 135-144. (doi:10.1007/s11001-005-3713-x).

Ashton, N. and McNabb, J. (1992) The interpretation and context of the High Lodge Industries. In, Ashton, N., Cook, J. and Rose, J. (eds.) High Lodge: Excavations by G. de G. Sieveking 1962-1968, and J. Cook 1988. London, GB, British Museum Publications, 164-168.

Ashton, N., McNabb, J. and Bridgland, D. (1995) Barnfield Pit, Swanscombe. In, Bridgland, D., Allen, P. and Haggart, B.A. (eds.) The Quaternary of the Lower Reaches of the Thames: Field Guide. Durham, GB, Quaternary Research Association, 129-143.

Ashton, N., McNabb, J., Irving, B., Lewis, S. and Parfitt, S. (1994) Excavations at the Lower Palaeolithic site of East Farm, Barnham, Suffolk 1989-93. In, Keen, D. (ed.) Excursion Scientific en Angleterre, 12-15 mai 1994. Livret-Guide. , Association Française pour l'Etude du Quaternaire.

Ashton, N.M., Bowen, D.Q., Holman, J.A., Hunt, C.O., Irving, B.G., Kemp, R.A., Lewis, S.G., McNabb, John, Parfitt, S. and Seddon, M.B. (1994) Excavations at the Lower Palaeolithic site at East Farm, Barnham, Suffolk 1989-92. Journal of the Geological Society of London, 151, 599-605. (doi:10.1144/gsjgs.151.4.0599 ).

Ashton, Nick, Dean, Phil and McNabb, John (1991) Flaked flakes: what, where, when and why? Lithics, 12, 1-11.

Ashton, Nick and McNabb, John (1994) Bifaces in perspective. Stories in Stone Lithic Studies Society Occasional Papers, 4, 182-191.

Ashton, Nick, McNabb, John, Irving, Brian, Lewis, Simon and Parfitt, Simon (1994) Contemporaneity of Clactonian and Acheulean flint industries at Barnham, Suffolk. Antiquity, 68, (260), 585-589.

Ashton, Nick, McNabb, John and Parfitt, Simon (1992) Choppers and the Clactonian: a reinvestigation. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, 58, 21-28.

Aubert, M., Pike, A.W.G., Stringer, C., Bartsiokas, A., Eggins, S., Day, M. and Grun, R. (2012) Confirmation of a late middle Pleistocene age for the Omo Kibish 1 cranium by direct uranium-series dating. Journal of Human Evolution, 63, (5), 704-710. (doi:10.1016/j.jhevol.2012.07.006).

Ayton, Andrew and Lambert, Craig (2014) A maritime community in war and peace: Kentish ports, ships and mariners, 1320-1400. Archaeologia Cantiana, 134, 67-104.

Azevedo, Lillian (2014) Using maritime archaeology and tourism to promote the protection of cultural heritage on land and underwater in Anguilla, British West Indies. University of Southampton, Faculty of Law, Arts and Social Sciences, Doctoral Thesis , 318pp.

Ballard, Susan Elaine (2001) Perceiving images: constituting British identities in museums. University of Southampton, Archaeology, Doctoral Thesis , 272pp.

Banerjee, R, Pike, A.W.G. and Verma, R.K. (2013) Preliminary report on the newly discovered site of Uraihava, Mizapur District, India. International Newsletter on Rock Art, 66, 4-9.

Barker, D.S., Hinton, D.A. and Strutt, K.D. (2007) Tidgrove Warren Farm, Hampshire. CBA News, April 2007, p.7.

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Gamble, C. (2009) 150 years of cutting edge research. In, Hosfield, R., Wenban-Smith, F. and Pope, M. (eds.) Great Prehistorians: 150 years of Palaeolithic Research, 1859-2009. Oxford, GB, Lithic Studies Society, 3-7. (Lithics, 30).

Gamble, C. (2010) Thinking through the Upper Palaeolithic Revolution. In, Boyle, Katherine V., Gamble, Clive and Bar-Yosef, Ofer (eds.) The Upper Palaeolithic Revolution in Global Perspective: Papers in Honour of Sir Paul Mellars. Cambridge, GB, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, 45-52.

Gamble, C. (2010) Technologies of separation and the evolution of social extension. In, Dunbar, Robin, Gamble, Clive and Gowlett, John (eds.) Social Brain, Distributed Mind. British Academy Centenary Research Project Symposium: Social Brain, Distributed Mind Oxford, GB, Oxford University Press, 17-42. (Proceedings of the British Academy).

Gamble, C. and Blockley, S. (2012) Europe in the Younger Dryas: animal resources, settlement and funerary behaviour. In, Erin, Metin I. (ed.) Hunter-Gatherer Behaviour: Human Response During the Younger Dryas. Walnut Creek, US, Left Coast Press.

Gamble, C. and Boismier, W.A. (2012) The Lynford Neanderthals. In, Boismier, William A., Gamble, Clive and Coward , Fiona (eds.) Neanderthals among Mammoths: Excavations at Lynford Quarry, Norfolk. London, GB, English Heritage, 283-296.

Gamble, C., Boyle, K.V. and Bar-Yosef, O. (2010) Introduction: Variability, fate and the Upper Palaeolithic Revoltion. In, Boyle, Katherine V., Gamble, Clive and Bar-Yosef, Ofer (eds.) The Upper Palaeolithic Revolution in Global Perspective: Papers in Honour of Sir Paul Mellars. Cambridge, GB, McDonald Institute of Archaeological Research, 1-8.

Gamble, C. and Coward, F. (2010) Metaphor and materiality in earliest prehistory. In, Malafouris, Lambros and Renfrew, Colin (eds.) The Cognitive Life of Things. Cambridge, GB, McDonald Institute of Archaeological Research, 47-58.

Gamble, C., Dunbar, R. and Gowlett, J. (2010) The social brain and the distributed mind. In, Dunbar, Robin, Gamble, Clive and Gowlett, John (eds.) Social Brain, Distributed Mind. Oxford, GB, Oxford University Press, 3-15. (Proceedings of the British Academy, 158).

Gamble, C., Shryock, A. and Trautmann, T. (2011) Imagining the human in deep time. In, Shryock , Andrew and Smail, Daniel Lord (eds.) Deep History: the Architecture of Past and Present. Los Angeles, US, University of California Press, 21-52.

Gamble, Clive (2007) Archaeology: the basics. 2nd edition, Abingdon, GB, Routledge, 258pp. (The Basics).

Gamble, Clive, Coward, F. (ed.) (2008) Big brains, small worlds: material culture and the evolution of mind. Philosophical Transactions of The Royal Society B Biological Sciences, 363, (1499), 1969-1979. (doi:10.1098/rstb.2008.0004).

Gamble, Clive (2009) Human display and dispersal: a case study from biotidal Britain in the Middle and Upper Pleistocene. Evolutionary Anthropology Issues: News and Reviews, 18, (4), 144-156. (doi:10.1002/evan.20209).

Gamble, Clive (2012) When the words dry up: music and material metaphors half a million years ago. In, Bannan, Nicholas (ed.) Music, Language, and Human Evolution. Oxford, GB, Oxford University Press, 81-106. (In Press).

Gamble, Clive, Elias, S. (ed.) (2012) Origins of human innovation and creativity Chapter 2. Creativity and complex society before the upper palaeolithic transition. Developments in Quaternary Sciences, 16, 15-21. (doi:10.1016/B978-0-444-53821-5.00002-6).

Gamble, Clive (2013) Settling the earth: the archaeology of deep human history, Cambridge, GB, Cambridge University Press, 416pp. (In Press).

Gamble, Clive, Davies, William, Pettitt, Paul, Hazelwood, Lee and Richards, Martin (2005) The archaeological and genetic foundations of the European population during the Late Glacial: implications for ‘agricultural thinking’. Cambridge Archaeological Journal, 15, (2), 193-223. (doi:10.1017/S0959774305000107).

Gamble, Clive, Davies, William, Pettitt, Paul and Richards, Martin (2004) Climate change and evolving human diversity in Europe during the last glacial (one contribution of 14 to a discussion meeting issue 'The evolutionary legacy of the Ice Ages' ). Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, series B, 359, (1442), 243-254. (doi:10.1098/rstb.2003.1396).

Gamble, Clive, Gowlett, John and Dunbar, Robin (2011) The social brain and the shape of the Palaeolithic. Cambridge Archaeological Journal, 21, 115-136. (doi:10.1017/S0959774311000072).

Gamble, Clive, Gowlett, John and Dunbar, Robin (2014) Thinking big: how the evolution of social life shaped the human mind, London, GB, Thames and Hudson, 224pp.

Gamble, Clive and Kruszynski, Robert (2009) John Evans, Joseph Prestwich and the stone that shattered the time barrier. Antiquity, 83, 461-475.

Gamble, Clive and Moutsiou, Theodora (2011) The time revolution of 1859 and the stratification of the Primeval mind. Notes and Records of The Royal Society, 65, (1), 43-63. (doi:10.1098/rsnr.2010.0099).

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. (Submitted).

Garcia Sanjuan, Leonardo, Luciañez Triviño, Miriam, Schuhmacher, Thomas, Wheatley, David and Banerjee, Arun (2013) Ivory craftsmanship, trade and social significance in the southern Iberian Copper Age: the evidence from the PP4‐ Montelirio sector of Valencina de la Concepción (Seville, Spain). European Journal of Archaeology (doi:10.1179/1461957113Y.0000000037).

Garcia Sanjuan, Leonardo and Wheatley, David (2006) Recent investigations of the megalithic landscapes of Seville province, Andalusia: Dolmen de Palacio III. In, Joussaume, R, Laporte, L and Scarre, C (eds.) Origine et Développement du Mégalithisme de L’ouest de L’Europe. Actes du Colloque International, 26-30 Octobre 2002, Bougon, France. Colloque International Niort, France, Conseil Général des Deux-Sèvres, 473-484.

Garcia-Diez, M., Hoffmann, D.L., Zilhao, J., de las Heras, C., Lasheras, J.A., Montes, R. and Pike, A.W.G. (2013) Uranium series dating reveals a long sequence of rock art at Altamira Cave (Santillana del Mar, Cantabria). Journal of Archaeological Science, 40, (11), 4098-4106. (doi:10.1016/j.jas.2013.05.011).

García Sanjuan, Leonardo, Metcalfe-Wood, S., Rivera Jiménez, Timoteo and Wheatley, D.W. (2006) Análisis de pautas de visibilidad en la distribución de monumentos megalítos de Sierra Morena occidental. In, Grau Mira, I. (ed.) La aplicación de los SIG en la arqueología del paisaje. Alicante, Spain, Universidad de Alicante.

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García Sanjuán, Leonardo and Wheatley, David (2010) Natural substances, landscape forms, symbols and funerary monuments: elements of cultural memory among the Neolithic and Copper Age societies of Southern Spain. In, Material Mnemonics: Everyday Memory in Prehistoric Europe. Oxford, GB, Oxbow Books.

García Sanjuán, Leonardo, Wheatley, David, Fábrega Álvarez, Pastor, Hernández Arnedo, María Jesús and Polvorinos del Río, Ángel (2006) Las estelas de guerrero de Almadén de la Plata (Sevilla). Morfología, tecnología y contexto. Trabajos de Prehistoria, 63, (2), 135-152.

García Sanjuán, Leonardo, Wheatley, David W, Murrieta Flores, Patricia and Márquez Pérez, Joaquín (2009) Los sig y el análisis espacial en arqueología. Aplicaciones en la prehistoria reciente del sur de España. In, Nieto, Xavier and Angel Cau, Miguel (eds.) Arqueologia Nàutica Mediterrània. Barcelona, ES, Museu d'Arqueologia de Catalunya, 163-178. (Monografies del CASC, 8).

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Garefalakis, Charalampos (2009) Neanderthal archaeology in MIS 3 Western Europe: ecological and anthropological perspectives. University of Southampton, School of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 264pp.

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Haigh, Ivan David (2009) Extreme sea levels in the English Channel 1900 to 2006. University of Southampton, School of Civil Engineering and the Environment, Doctoral Thesis , 214pp.

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Jones, Andy (2006) Animated images: images, agency and landscape in Kilmartin, Argyll, Scotland. Journal of Material Culture, Vol. 11, (No. 1/2), 211-225. (doi:10.1177/1359183506063023).

Jones, Andy and Boivin, Nicole (2010) The malice of inanimate objects: material agency. In, Hicks, Dan and Beaudry, Mary C. (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Material Culture Studies. Oxford, GB, Oxford University Press, 333-351.

Jones, Andy. (2009) Into the future. In, Cunliffe, Barry., Gosden, Chris. and Joyce, Rosemary A. (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Archaeology. Oxford, GB, Oxford University Press.

Jones, Judith Frances (2013) Dances of life and death: interpretations of early modern religious identity from rural parish chuches and their landscapes along the Hampshire/Sussex border 1500-1800. Volume 1 (thesis), volume 2 (appendix). University of Southampton, School of Archaeology, Doctoral Thesis , 500pp.

Jones, R.F.J., Keay, S.J., Nolla, J.M. and Tarrús, J. (1983) The late Roman villa of Vilauba and its context: a first report on field-work and excavation in Catalunya, North-East Spain, 1978–81. The Antiquaries Journal, 62, (2), 245-282. (doi:10.1017/S0003581500065902).

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Karsten, A and Earl, Graeme (2010) HMS Stirling Castle, Kent: the Stirling Castle Wood Recording Project: a pilot study to compare traditional and innovative recording techniques for waterlogged wood: archaeological conservation report. English Heritage Research Reports, (65-2010), 1-40.

Keay, S. (1979) La circulación monetaria Romana urbana y territorium: un estudio en contraposición y compatabilidad. In, I Symposium Numismático de Barcelona. Barcelona, ES, Societat Catalana d'Estudis Numismàtics, 239-261.

Keay, S. (1980) Notas sobre la circulación monetaria entre Hispania, Narbonense, Italia y Africa. In, II Symposi Numismàtic de Barcelona. Barcelona, ES, Societat Catalana d'Estudis Numismàtics, 235-249.

Keay, S. (1981) Crisis or change? The third century in the Conventus Tarraconensis. In, King, A. and Henig, M. (eds.) The Third Century AD in the Roman West. Oxford, British Archaeological Reports, 451-486. (British Archaeological Reports, International Series 109).

Keay, S. (1983) La importación del vino y aceite a la Tarraconense en la antigüedad. In, El Ví a l'Antiguitat. Economia, producció i comerç al Mediterrani Occidental. Badalona, ES, Museu de Badalona, 383-395.

Keay, S. (1983) The import of olive oil into Catalunya during the third century AD. In, II Congreso Internacional Sobre el Comercio de Aceite en la Antigüedad. Madrid, ES, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, 551-568.

Keay, S. (1984) Les monedes. In, Aquilué, J. , Mar, R. , Nolla, J.M. , Ruiz de Arbulo , J. and Sanmartí, E. (eds.) El Forum Romà d'Empúries. Barcelona, ES, Institut de Prehistoria i Arqueología, 479-492. (Monografíes Emporitanes , IV).

Keay, S., Sanmartí, E., Nolla, J.M. and Aquilué, J. (eds.) (1984) Les monedes. [in special issue: Les excavacions a l'àrea del parking al sud de la Neapolis d'Empúries (informe preliminar)] Empúries, (45-46), 148-151.

Keay, S. (1984) Decline or continuity? The conventus Tarraconensis from the fourth to seventh centuries AD. In, Blagg , T., Jones, R. and Keay, S. (eds.) Papers in Iberian Archaeology. Oxford, GB, British Archaeological Reports , 552-569. (British Archaeological Reports International Series, 193(ii)).

Keay, S. (1987) Foreword. In, Aquilué, X. (ed.) Las Cerámicas Africanas de la Ciudad Romana de Baetulo (Hispania Tarraconensis). Oxford, GB, British Archaeological Reports, i-iii. (British Archaeological Reports International Series, 337).

Keay, S. (1987) The impact of the foundation of Tarraco upon the indigenous settlement pattern of the Ager Tarraconensis. In, De les Estructures Indigenes a l'Organització Provincial Romana de la Hispania Citerior. Granollers, ES, Jornades Internacionals d’Arqueologia Romana, 53-58. (Jornades Internacionals d’Arqueologia Romana).

Keay, S. (1989) Foreword. In, Miró , Jordi (ed.) La Producción de Anforas Romanas en Catalunya. Un Estudio Sobre el Comercio del Vino de la Tarraconense. Oxford, GB, British Archaeological Reports , ix-xi. (British Archaeological Reports International Series, 473).

Keay, S. (1990) The impact of the Roman Conquest and processes in the development of the coastal communities of Hispania Citerior during the Republic. In, Blagg , Thomas and Millett, Martin (eds.) The Early Roman Empire in the West. Oxford, Oxbow Books, 128-150.

Keay, S. (1991) Prospecciones sistemáticas en la antigua Celti (Peñaflor, la Viña) en 1987 y 1988. Anuario Arqueológico de Andalucía.1988, II, 327-335.

Keay, S. (1991) The Ager Tarraconensis in the Late Empire: a model for the economic relationship of town and country in eastern Spain. In, Barker , Graeme and Lloyd , John (eds.) Roman Landscapes: Archaeological Survey in the Mediterranean Region. London, British School at Rome, 79-88. (Archaeological Monographs of the British School at Rome, 2).

Keay, S. (1991) Introduction to towns and territories. In, Barker , Graeme and Lloyd , John (eds.) Roman Landscapes: Archaeological Survey in the Mediterranean Region. London, British School at Rome, 77-78. (Archaeological Monographs of the British School at Rome, 2).

Keay, S. (1993) El Papel de la prospección de campo en la arqueologia británica. In, Jiménez, Alfredo, Del Val Recio , Jesus M. and Fernández Moreno, J. Javier (eds.) Inventarios y Cartas Arqueológicas. Soria, ES, Junta de Castilla y León, 191-205.

Keay, S. (1993) Towns in the Roman world: economic centres or cultural symbols? In, Dupré, X. (ed.) La Ciutat en el Món Romà. Actes. XIV Congreso Internacional de Arqueologia Clásica. Tarragona, Associazione Internazionale di Archeologia Classica , 127-131. (XIV Congreso Internacional de Arqueologia Clásica).

Keay, S. (1993) Investigación arqueológica en la ciudad de Celti. In, Dupré, X. (ed.) La Ciutat en el Món Romà. Actes. XIV Congreso Internacional de Arqueologia Clásica. Tarragona, Associazione Internazionale di Archeologia Classica, 188-189. (XIV Congreso Internacional de Arqueologia Clásica).

Keay, S. (1996) Emporion. In, Thomsen de Grummond, Nancy (ed.) An Encyclopedia of the History of Classical Archaeology. Westport, US, Greenwood Press, 392.

Keay, S. (1996) Tarraco in late antiquity. In, Christie, N. and Loseby , S. (eds.) Towns in Transition. Urban Evolution in Late Antiquity and and the Early Middle Ages. Leicester, Scolar Press, 18-44.

Keay, S. (1996) [15 entries:] Baetica; Barcino; Caesaraugusta; Cantabri; Carteia; Carthago Nova; Celtiberians; Corduba; Emerita Augusta; Emporiae; Hispalis; Lusitania; Numantia; Spain; Tarraconensis. In, Hornblower, S. and Spawforth, A. (eds.) The Oxford Classical Dictionary (Third Edition). Oxford, GB, Oxford University Press.

Keay, S. (1996) La romanización en el sur y el levante de España hasta la época de Augusto. In, Blázquez , J.M. and Alvar , J. (eds.) La Romanización en Occidente. Madrid, ES, Editorial Actas/Universidad Complutense de Madrid, 147-177.

Keay, S. (1996) Early Roman Italica and the romanization of western Baetica. In, Caballos , A. and León, P. (eds.) Italica MMCC. Sevilla, ES, Consejería de Cultura, 21-48.

Keay, S. (1997) The role of religion and ideology in the romanization of south-eastern Tarraconensis. In, Metzler, J., Millett, M., Roymans, N. and Slofstra, J. (eds.) Integration in the Early Roman West. The Role of Culture and Ideology. Luxembourg, LU, Musée Nationale d’ Histoire et d’Art de Luxembourg, 33-43. (Dossiers d’Archeologie du Musée Nationale d’Histoire et d’Árt , IV).

Keay, S. (1998) African amphorae. In, Saguí , Lucia (ed.) Cerámica in Italia: VI-VII Secolo. Atti del Convegno in onore di John W. Hayes Florence, Insegna de Giglio, 141-155.

Keay, S. (1998) Introduction: early Roman Baetica. In, Keay, S. (ed.) The Archaeology of Early Roman Baetica. Portsmouth, US, Journal of Roman Archaeology, 11-22. (Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplement , 29).

Keay, S. (1999) Prólogo. In, Caballos Rufino, Antonio, Fatuarte, Jesus Marin and Rodríguez Hidalgo, Jesus Manuel (eds.) Itálica Arqueológica. Sevilla, ES, Universidad de Sevilla, 1-2.

Keay, S. (2000) Map 24. Hispania Tarraconensis. In, Talbert , Richard J.A. (ed.) The Barrington Atlas of the Greek and Roman Worlds. Princeton, US, Princeton University Press.

Keay, S. (2000) Ceramic chronology and Roman rural settlement in the lower Guadalquivir valley during the Augustan period. In, Patterson, Helen and Francovich , Riccard (eds.) Extracting Meaning from Ploughsoil Assemblages. Oxford, GB, Oxbow, 163-173. (The Archaeology of Mediterranean Landscapes , 5).

Keay, S. (2001) Amphorae. In, Anderson, A.S. , Wacher, J.S. and Fitzpatrick , A.P. (eds.) The Romano-British ‘Small Town’ at Wanborough, Wiltshire. Excavations 1966-1976. London, Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies, 210-219. (Britannia Monograph Series , 19).

Keay, S. (2001) Roman towns and cultural change in Iberia between Caesar and the Flavians. In, Hernández Guerra, L., Sagredo San Eustaquio, L. and Solana Sáinz, J. Ma. (eds.) Actas del I Congreso Internacional de Historia Antigua. Valladolid, Universidad de Valladolid, 103-119.

Keay, S. (2002) El dominio romana en la península ibérica durante los siglos III y II a.c. In, Rodà , I. (ed.) Tarraco. Puerto de Roma. Barcelona, ES, Fundación La Caixa, 19-25.

Keay, S. (2004) El Territorio de Tarraco. In, Dupré , X. (ed.) Tarraco. Los Capiteles Provinciales de Hispania. Rome, IT, L’Erma de Bretschneider, 61-68.

Keay, S. (2006) The early Roman towns of Tarraconensis: a discussion. In, Abad Casal, L., Keay, S. and Ramallo Asensio, S. (eds.) Early Roman Towns in Hispania Tarraconensis. Rhode Island, USA, Journal of Roman archaeology, 223-237. (Journal of Roman archaeology; Supplementary series 62).

Keay, S. (2007) Reflections on the epigraphy of Roman Celti. In, Mayer, M., Baratta, G. and Guzmán, A. (eds.) XII Congressus Internationalis Epigraphiae Graecae et Latinae. Provinciae Imperii Romani. Inscriptionibus Descriptae. XII Congressus Internationalis Epigraphiae Graecae et Latinae. Provinciae Imperii Romani inscriptionibus descriptae Barcelona, Universitat de Barcelona, 763-772. (Monografies de la Secció Histórico Arqueológica , X).

Keay, S. (2009) La trasformazione della città nelle provincie iberiche. In, Coarelli , F. (ed.) Divus Vespasianus. Il Bimilenario dei Flavi. Rome, Electa, 372-377.

Keay, S. (2009) Roman Mediterranean ports. British Academy Bulletin , 14

Keay, S. (2010) El territorio de Italica. In, Caballos, A. (ed.) Itálica-Santiponce. Municipium y Colonia Aelia Augusta Italicensium. Rome, L’Erma de Bretschneider, 35-42. (Ciudades romanas de Hispania).

Keay, S. (2010) Portus and the Alexandrian grain trade revisited. [in special issue: B/B7/3] Bullettino di Archeologia, I, (330), 11-23.

Keay, S. (2012) Portus in context. In, Keay, S. (ed.) Rome, Portus and the Mediterranean. Rome, IT, British School at Rome. (Archaeological Monographs of the British School at Rome). (In Press).

Keay, S., Alcock, S. and Cambi, F. (2000) Concluding comments. In, Francovich , R. and Patterson, H. (eds.) Extracting Meaning from Ploughsoil Assemblages. Oxford, GB, Oxbow Books, 259-264. (The Archaeology of Mediterranean Landscapes, 5).

Keay, S. and Carreras, C. (2001) The amphorae. In, Potter, T. and Jackson , R. (eds.) Excavations at Stonea Grange. London, British Museum , 435-440.

Keay, S., Carreté, J.M. and Millett, M. (1990) Ciutat i camp en el món romà: les prospeccions a l’Ager Tarraconensis. Tribuna d'Arqueologia, 1988-1989, 121-129.

Keay, S., Creighton, J. and Jordan, D. (1991) Sampling ancient towns. Oxford Journal of Archaeology, 10, (3), 371-383. (doi:10.1111/j.1468-0092.1991.tb00026.x).

Keay, S., Creighton, J. and Remesal Rodríguez, J. (2001) Celti (Peñaflor). La Arqueolgía de una ciudad hispanorromana en la Bética, Seville, Consejería de Cultura de la Junta de Andalucía ( ).

Keay, S. and Diaz-Andreu, M. (1996) Introduction. In, Diaz-Andreu, M. and Keay, S. (eds.) The Archaeology of Iberia. The Dynamics of Change. London, GB, Routledge, 1-5.

Keay, S. and Earl, G. (2011) Urban connectivity in Roman Baetica. Journal of Roman Archaeology (Submitted).

Keay, S., Earl, G. and Felici, F. (2011) Portus I. The excavations. Rome, IT, British School at Rome (Archaeological Monograph of the British School at Rome). (Submitted)

Keay, S., Earl, G., Hay, S.A., Ogden, J. Steven and Strutt, K.D. (2008) The potential of archaeological geophysics: the work of the British School at Rome in Italy. In, Orlando, L. (ed.) Geofisica per L’Archeologia: Possibilità e Limiti. Atti del Convegno Roma 10 Dicembre 2008. Geofisica per l’Archeologia: Possibilità e Limiti Rome, IT, Società Geologica Italiana, 25-45.

Keay, S., Earl, G., Ogden, J. and Strutt, K. (2012) Portus 3. The topography and geophysical survey. , British School at Rome (Archaeological Monograph of the British School at Rome). (Submitted)

Keay, S., Earl, G.P. and Felici, F. (2012) Recent excavations in the Palazzo Imperiale at Portus (2007-2010). In, Keay, S. and Paroli, L. (eds.) Portus and its Hinterland: Recent Archaeological Research. Rome, IT, British School in Rome. (Archaeological Monographs of the British School at Rome). (In Press).

Keay, S., Earl, G.P., Ogden, J., Strutt, K. and Davis, N. (2012) Geophysical survey and the Portus Project. In, Millett, M. and Johnson , P. (eds.) Archaeological Survey and the City Revisited. Cambridge, GB, The MacDonald Institute.

Keay, S., Hay, S.A. and Strutt, K. (2006) Roman urban landscapes in Italy: an integrated approach. In, Forte, M. and Campana, S. (eds.) From Space to Place: 2nd International Conference on Remote Sensing in Archaeology. Proceedings of the 2nd International Workshop. 2nd International Conference on Remote Sensing in Archaeology Oxford, Archaeopress. (British Archaeological Reports, S1569).

Keay, S. and Johns, Catherine (1980) Differentiation of early Imperial amphora production in Hispania Tarraconensis. In, Freestone, Ian and Potter , Timothy W. (eds.) Current Research in Ceramics: Thin Section Studies. London, GB, British Museum, 45-49. (British Museum Seminar 1980, Occasional Paper 32).

Keay, S. and Millett, M. (1991) Surface survey and site recognition in Spain: the Ager Tarraconensis survey and its background. In, Schofield , J. (ed.) Ploughzone Archaeology. Oxford, GB, Oxbow Books, 129-139.

Keay, S. and Millett, M. (1999) Roman Towns in the middle Tiber valley. Papers of the British School at Rome, 67, 419-421.

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. (ed.) 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.

Keay, S., Millett, M. and Strutt, K.D. (2014) The canal system and Tiber Delta at Portus. Assessing the nature of man-made waterways and their relationship with the natural environment. Water History, 6, (1), 1-20. (doi:10.1007/s12685-013-0094-y).

Keay, S. and Millett, M. (1998) Roman towns in the middle Tiber Valley. Papers of the British School at Rome, 66, 258-259.

Keay, S. and Millett, M. (2012) The middle and lower tiber valley: a case study. In, Cooley , A. (ed.) The Blackwell Companion to Roman Italy. Oxford, GB, Blackwell. (In Press).

Keay, S., Remesal, J., Creighton, J. and Jordan, D. (1992) Peñaflor (La Viña). Anuario Arqueológico De Andalucía, II, 280-284.

Keay, S., Remesal, J., Creighton, J. and Jordan, D. (1992) Prospección con sondeo en la antigua Celti (Peñaflor), Actividades Sistemáticas (Actividades Sistemáticas, II).

Keay, S., Remesal, J., Creighton, J. and Jordan, D. (1993) Peñaflor 1991 (La Viña y El Calvario). Anuario Arqueológico De Andalucía. 1991 , II, 364-366.

Keay, S. and Rodríguez Hidalgo, J.M. (2010) Topografía y evolución urbana. In, Caballos, A. (ed.) Itálica-Santiponce. Municipium y Colonia Aelia Augusta Italicensium. Rome, L’Erma de Bretschneider, 43-55. (Ciudades romanas de Hispania).

Keay, S. and Wheatley, D.W. (2001) Fortifications in the lower Guadalquivir during the Turdetanian and Roman periods. In, Amores , F. (ed.) Fortificaciones Entorno del Bajo Guadalquivir. Sevilla, ES, Universidad de Sevilla/Ayuntamiento de Alcalà de Guadaira, 81-107. (Congreso Internacional. Alcalà de Guadaira).

Keay, S., Wheatley, D.W. and Poppy, S. (2001) The territory of Carmona during the Turdetanian and Roman periods: some preliminary notes about visibility and urban location. In, Caballos, A. (ed.) Carmona Romana. Sevilla, ES, Universidad de Sevilla, 397-412. (II Congreso de Historia de Carmona).

Keay, S.J., Creighton, John and Remesal Rodríguez, Jose Rodriguez (2000) Celti (Penaflor): the archaeology of a Hispano-Roman town in Baetica. Oxford, GB, Oxbow Books (University of Southampton Department of Archaeology Monograph , 2).

Keay, S.J. and Earl, G.P.E. (2006) Structuring of the provincial landscape: the towns of central and western Baetica in their geographical context. In, Cruz Andreotti, Gonzalo, Le Roux, Patrick and Moret, Pierre (eds.) La invención de una geografía de la Península Ibérica: II La época imperal. La invención de una geografía de la Península Ibérica II. La época imperial. Madrid, Spain, Casa de Velazquez, 305-358.

Keay, S.J., Parcak, S. and Strutt, K.D. (2014) High Resolution space and ground-based remote sensing and implications for landscape archaeology: the case from Portus, Italy. Journal of Archaeological Science, 52, 277-292. (doi:10.1016/j.jas.2014.08.010).

Keay, Simon (1984) Late Roman amphorae in the Western Mediterranean: a typology and economic study. The Catalan evidence, Oxford, GB, Archaeopress (British Archaeological Reports International Series, 196).

Keay, Simon (1984) Late Roman amphorae in the western Mediterranean: a typology and economic study. The Catalan evidence, Oxford, GB, Archaeopress (British Archaeological Reports International Series, 196).

Keay, Simon (1988) Roman Spain, Berkeley, US, University of California Press

Keay, Simon (1992) Hispania Romana, Barcelona, Spain, Ausa Editorial , 292pp.

Keay, Simon (1995) Innovation and adaptation: the contribution of Rome to urbanism in Iberia. In, Cunliffe, Barry and Keay, Simon (eds.) Social Complexity and the Development of Towns in Iberia, From the Copper Age to the Second Century AD. Oxford, GB, Oxford University Press, 291-337. (Proceedings of the British Academy , 86).

Keay, Simon (1995) Recent work at Italica. In, Cunliffe, Barry and Keay, Simon (eds.) Social Complexity and the Development of Towns in Iberia, From the Copper Age to the Second Century AD. Oxford, GB, Oxford University Press, 395-420. (Proceedings of the British Academy , 86).

Keay, Simon (1996) Ideology and the location of Roman towns in Baetica. The Classical Bulletin, 72, (1), 51-57.

Keay, Simon (1996) Tarraco. In, Thomsen de Grummond, Nacy (ed.) An Encyclopedia of the History of Classical Archaeology. Westport, US, Greenwood Press, 1073.

Keay, Simon (1997) Urban transformation and cultural change. In, Diaz-Andreu, Margarita and Keay, Simon (eds.) The Archaeology of Iberia. The Dynamics of Change. London, Routledge, 192-210.

Keay, Simon (1998) The development of towns in early Roman Baetica. In, Keay, Simon (ed.) The Archaeology of Early Roman Baetica. Portsmouth, US, Journal of Roman Archaeology, 55-83. (Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplement , 29).

Keay, Simon (2001) Rome and the Hispaniae. In, Keay, Simon and Terrenato , Nicola (eds.) Italy and the West. Comparative Issues in Romanization. Oxford, Oxbow, 117-144.

Keay, Simon (2003) Recent archaeological work in Roman Iberia (1990-2002). Journal of Roman Studies, 93, 146-211.

Keay, Simon (2009) La riscoperta del Palazzo Imperiale di Porto. Archeo: Attualita del Passato, 298, 42-51.

Keay, Simon (2010) Iberia and Italia: issues and challenges in the comparative study of Roman urbanism. In, Transformacoes da Paisagem O Impacto das Cidades Romanas no Mediterraneo Occidental. Coloquio Internacional. Evora, Portugal, Universidade de Evora. (In Press).

Keay, Simon (2013) Were the Iberians Hellenised? In, Prag, Jonathan R.W. and Quinn, Josephine Crawley (eds.) The Hellenistic West: Rethinking the Ancient Mediterranean. Cambridge, GB, Cambridge University Press, 300-319.

Keay, Simon and Boetto , Guilia (2010) Introduction: Portus, Ostia and the ports of the Roman Mediterranean. Contributions from archaeology and history. [in special issue: Roma 2008 - International Congress of Classical Archaeology: Meetings Between Cultures in the Ancient Mediterranean] Bollettino di Archeologia On Line, 1-4.

Keay, Simon and Earl, Graeme (2006) Inscriptions and social networks in western Baetica. In, Sartori, Antonio and Valvo, Alfredo (eds.) Hiberia Italia, Italia-Hiberia. Hiberia-Italia, Italia-Hiberia: Convegno Internazionale di Epigrafia e Storia Antica Milan, Italy, Cisalpino, 269-290. (Acta et Studia 2).

Keay, Simon and Earl, Graeme (2011) Towns and territories in Roman Baetica. In, Bowman, Alan and Wilson, Andrew (eds.) Settlement, Urbanization, and Population. Oxford, GB, Oxford University Press, 276-316. (Oxford Studies on the Roman Economy).

Keay, Simon, Earl, Graeme, Beale, Gareth, Davis, Nathan, Ogden, Jessica and Strutt, Kristian D. (2012) Challenges of port landscapes: integrating geophysics, open area excavation and computer graphic visualisation at Portus and the Isola Sacra. In, Johnson, Paul and Millett, Martin (eds.) Archaeological Survey and the City. Oxford, GB, Oxbow. (University of Cambridge Museum of Classical Archaeology Monographs, 2).

Keay, Simon, Earl, Graeme, Felici, Fabrizio, Copeland, Penny, Cascino, Roberta, Kay, Stephen and Triantafillou, Christina (2012) Interim report on an enigmatic new Trajanic building at Portus. Journal of Roman Archaeology, 25, 486-512.

Keay, Simon, Earl, Graeme, Goiran, J.P., Bravard, J.P., Salomon, F, Kay, S, Ballantyne, R and Margritis, E (2009) La Delta du Tibre. Delta du Tibre. Campagne de carrotage 2008. Etude des canaux de Portus. Melanges de l'Ecole Francaise de Rome, 121, (1), 60-64.

Keay, Simon, Earl, Graeme, Hay, Sophie, Kay, Stephen, Ogden, Jessica and Strutt, Kristian (2009) The role of integrated geophysical survey methods in the assessment of archaeological landscapes: the case of Portus. Archaeological Prospection, 16, (3), 154-166. (doi:10.1002/arp.358).

Keay, Simon, Hay, S.A., Earl, Graeme, Strutt, K.D., Ogden, J. and Kay, S. (2008) The potential of archaeological geophysics: the work of the British School at Rome in Italy. In, Geofisica per l’Archeologia: Possibilita e Limiti, Rome, Italy, 10 Dec 2008. 19pp.

Keay, Simon, Hay, S.A., Millett, M. and Johnson, P. (2010) Falerii Novi: further survey of the northern extra-mural area. Papers of the British School at Rome, 78 (In Press).

Keay, Simon, Millett, M., Hay, S.A. and Sly, T. (2009) Urban Field Survey at Ocriculum. In, Patterson, H. and Coarelli , F. (eds.) Mercator Placidissimus. The Tiber Valley in Antiquity. New Research in the Upper and Middle Valley. Rome, IT, Quasar, 797-809.

Keay, Simon, Millett, Martin, Paroli, Lidia and Strutt, Kris (2005) Portus: An Archaeological Survey of the Port of Imperial Rome, London, UK, British School at Rome, 360pp. (Archaeological Monographs of the British School at Rome 15).

Keay, Simon, Millett, Martin, Poppy, Sarah, Robinson, Julia, Taylor, Jeremy and Terrenato, Nicola (2000) Falerii Novi: a new survey of the walled area. Papers of the British School at Rome, 68, 1-93.

Keay, Simon and Terrenato , Nicola (2001) Introduction. In, Keay, Simon and Terrenato , Nicola (eds.) Italy and the West: Comparative Issues in Romanization. Oxford, Oxbow, 1-5.

Keay, Simon J. (1992) L'Arqueologia romana a Catalunya durant l'últim decenni. Cota Zero: Revista D'Arqueologia y Ciència, 8, 56-62.

Keay, Simon J. (1992) The ‘Romanisation' of Turdetania. Oxford Journal of Archaeology, 11, (3), 275-315. (doi:10.1111/j.1468-0092.1992.tb00272.x).

Keay, Simon J. (1998) Un tesoro de denarios procedente de Empúries. Empúries, 51, 165-182.

Keay, Simon., Millett, Martin. and Strutt, Kristian. (2008) Recent archaeological survey at Portus. In, Hohlfelder, Robert L. (ed.) The Maritime World of Ancient Rome. Michigan, US, University of Michigan, 97-104. (Proceedings of 'The Maritime World of Ancient Rome' Conference. 27-29 March 2003).

Kemp, R.A. and Trueman, C.N. (2003) Rare earth elements in Solnhofen biogenic apatite: geochemical clues to the palaeoenvironment. Sedimentary Geology, 155, (1-2), 109-127. (doi:10.1016/S0037-0738(02)00163-X).

Knight, David J. (2010) The archaeoacoustics of San Vitale, Ravenna. University of Southampton, School of Humanities, Masters Thesis , 421pp.

Kofidou, Fotini (2009) Lithics and personhood in the lateglacial of north west Europe. University of Southampton, School of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 264pp.

Kreiter, Attila, Sofaer, Joanna and Budden, Sandy (2006) Early and Middle Bronze Age storage vessel building techniques in Hungary. Osrégészeti Levelek [Prehistoric Newsletter], 6, 85-91.

Lamb, Angela L., Gonzalez, Silvia, Huddart, David, Metcalf, Sarah E., Vane, Christopher H. and Pike, Alistair W.G. (2009) Tepexpan palaeoindian site, Basin of Mexico: multi proxy evidence for environmental change during the late Pleistocene-late Holocene. Quaternary Science Reviews, 28, (19-20), 2000-2016. (doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.2009.04.001).

Lambeck, Kurt, Purcell, Anthony, Flemming, Nicholas C., Vita-Finzi, Claudio, Alsharekh, Abdullah M. and Bailey, Geoffrey N. (2011) Sea level and shoreline reconstructions for the Red Sea: isostatic and tectonic considerations and implications for hominin migration out of Africa. Quaternary Science Reviews, 30, (25-26), 3542-3574. (doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.2011.08.008).

Lamdin-Whymark, H. and Maricevic, D. (2009) On the survey of a Neolithic oval barrow at Dorney Reach, Buckingamshire. Records of Buckinghamshire , 49, 1-7.

Lane, Tom, Morris, Elaine and Peachey, Mark (2008) Excavations on a Roman saltmaking site at Cedar Close, March, Cambridgeshire. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, 97, 89-109.

LeQuesne, C., Basell, L.S. and Sheibani , R. (2010) Archaeology in the Sirte Basin: Preliminary results of mitigation surveys carried out for Shell 2007-2009. Journal of Libyan Studies, 41, 7-32.

Leech, R., Bell, M. and Evans, J. (1983) The sectioning of a Romano-British Saltmaking mound at East Huntspill. Somerset Levels Papers, 9, 74-78.

Leech, R., Besly, E.M. and Everton, R.F. (1981) The excavation of a Romano-British farmstead and its cemetery on Bradley Hill, Somerset. Britannia, 12, 177-252. (doi:10.2307/526249).

Leech, R. and Hart, J. (1990) The National Archaeological Record. In, Rahtz, S.P.Q. and Richards, J. (eds.) Computer Applications and Quantative Methods in Archaeology 1989. Oxford, GB, British Archaeological Reports, 57-67. (BAR International Series, 548).

Leech, R. and Pearson, T. (1986) Excavations at Lower Court Farm, Long Ashton. Bristol and Avon Archaeology, 5, 12-35.

Leech, R. H. (2002) Alleynedale Hall, Barbados - a plantation house of the seventeenth century. Journal of the Barbados Museum and Historical Society, 48, 123-141.

Leech, R.H. (1991) The computerized National Archaeological Record for England - its development and future potential for medieval studies. Literary and Linguistic Computing, 6, (1), 47-49. (doi:10.1093/llc/6.1.47).

Leech, R.H. (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.

Leech, R.H. (2006) Bristol: The Hearth Tax as a Decodable Street Directory. In, Barnwell, P.S. and Airs, Malcolm (eds.) Houses and the Hearth Tax: the later Stuart house and society. Council for British Archaeology, York, UK, 83-94. (CBA Research Report 150).

Leech, Roger (1968) Cogadh Gaedhel re Gallaibh and the annals of Inisfallen. North Munster Antiquarian Journal, 11, 13-21.

Leech, Roger (1969) The Roman site at Catsgore, Somerton. Notes & Queries for Somerset and Dorset, 29, 85-86.

Leech, Roger (1969) Samuel Hassel's Villa No. 15. Notes & Queries for Somerset and Dorset, 29, 87-88.

Leech, Roger (1970) Excavations on Bradley Hill, 1970. Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society Proceedings, 114, 100-101.

Leech, Roger (1971) Catsgore, Somerton. In, Archaeological Excavations, 1970. London, GB, H.M.S.O., 71.

Leech, Roger (1971) Excavations at Catsgore, Somerton, Somerset, 1971. Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society Proceedings, 115, 57-58.

Leech, Roger (1971) Catsgore 1970 plan [In 'Wilson, D.R. Sites explored', 243-288]. Britannia, 2, 276. (doi:10.2307/525817).

Leech, Roger (1971) Excavations at Catsgore, 1970. Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society Proceedings, 114, 104.

Leech, Roger (1972) Excavations on Bradley Hill, 1972. Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society Proceedings, 116, 110.

Leech, Roger (1972) Excavations at Catsgore, Somerton, Somerset, 1972. Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society Proceedings, 116, 111.

Leech, Roger (1972) Catsgore. In, Archaeological Excavations, 1971: A Brief Summary of Prehistoric, Roman and Medieval Sites Throughout the Country Excavated in Advance of Destruction. London, GB, H.M.S.O., 64.

Leech, Roger (1973) Bradley Hill, Somerset plan [In 'Wilson, D.R. Sites explored', 270-323]. Britannia, 4, 310. (doi:10.2307/525875).

Leech, Roger (1973) Catsgore, Somerset plan [In 'Wilson, D.R. Sites explored', 270-323]. Britannia, 4, 312. (doi:10.2307/525875).

Leech, Roger (1973) Catsgore, Somerton. In, Archaeological Excavations 1972: a Brief Summary of Prehistoric, Roman and Medieval Sites Throughout the Country Excavated in Advance of Destruction. London, GB, HMSO, 63-64.

Leech, Roger (1973) Excavations at Catsgore, 1973. Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society Proceedings, 117, 115-116.

Leech, Roger (1974) Catsgore, Kingsdon and Somerton. In, Archaeological Excavations 1973: A Brief Summary of Prehistoric, Roman and Medieval Sites Throughout the Country Excavated in Advance of Destruction. London, GB, H.M.S.O., 56-57.

Leech, Roger (1974) Lamyatt Beacon, Lamyatt. In, Archaeological Excavations 1973: A Brief Summary of Prehistoric, Roman and Mediaeval Sites Throughout the Country Excavated in Advance of Destruction. London, GB, H.M.S.O., 57-58.

Leech, Roger (1975) Small Medieval towns in Avon: archaeology and planning. Bristol, GB, Committee for Rescue Archaeology in Avon, Gloucestershire and Somerset, 60pp.

Leech, Roger (1975) An Iron Age and Romano-British settlement at Podimore, Somerset. Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society Proceedings, 119, 72-76.

Leech, Roger (1976) Romano-British and Medieval Settlement at Wearne, Huish Episcopi. Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society Proceedings, 120, 45-50.

Leech, Roger (1976) Plough damage at Catsgore, a Romano-British settlement near Somerton. Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Proceedings, 120, 94-97.

Leech, Roger (1976) The Low Ham Roman Villa plan [In 'Goodburn R. Sites explored', 290-377]. Britannia, 7, 359. (doi:10.2307/525786).

Leech, Roger (1976) Book review. 'Lobel, M. (ed.) Historic Towns Atlas, Volume 2'. Bristol Archaeological Research Group Bulletin, 5, 195-196.

Leech, Roger (1976) Larger agricultural settlements in the West Country. In, The Roman West Country: Classical Culture and Celtic Society. Newton Abbot, GB, David & Charles, 142-161.

Leech, Roger (1977) The Upper Thames Valley in Gloucestershire and Wiltshire: an archaeological survey of the river gravels. Bristol, GB, Committee for Rescue Archaeology in Avon, Gloucestershire and Somerset, 34pp.

Leech, Roger (1977) Late Iron Age and Romano-British briquetage sites at Quarrylands Lane, Badgeworth. Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society Proceedings, 121, 89-96.

Leech, Roger (1977) Book review. 'Branigan, K. The Roman Villa in South-West England'. Bristol Archaeological Research Group Bulletin, 6, 79-80.

Leech, Roger (1978) 1976 excavations [In McWhirr, A. 'Cirencester 1973-6: Tenth Intermim Report', 61-80]. The Antiquaries Journal, 58, 68-70. (doi:10.1017/S000358150004018X).

Leech, Roger (1979) Air Reconnaissance over Somerset, Some Recent Results. Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society Proceedings, 122, 57-78.

Leech, Roger (1980) Religion and burials in south Somerset and north Dorset. In, Rodwell, Warwick (ed.) Temples, Churches and Religion: Recent Research in Roman Britain. Oxford, GB, British Archaeological Reports, 329-366. (BAR British Series, 77).

Leech, Roger (1980) Book review. 'Excavations at Bishopstoke by Martin Bell. Sussex Archaeological Collections 115, Lewes, 1977. Britannia, 11, 429-431. (doi:10.2307/525703).

Leech, Roger (1981) Historic Towns in Gloucestershire, Bristol, GB, Committee for Rescue Archaeology in Avon, Gloucestershire and Somerset, 114pp.

Leech, Roger (1981) Early industrial housing: the Trinity Area of Frome, Somerset. London, GB, Royal Commission on Historical Monuments (England) / H.M.S.O. (Royal Commission on Historical Monuments Supplementary Series, 3).

Leech, Roger (1981) The Somerset Levels in the Romano-British period. In, Rowley, R.T. (ed.) The Evolution of Marshland landscapes. Oxford, GB, University of Oxford Department of External Studies, 20-51.

Leech, Roger (1982) Excavations at Catsgore 1970-1973. Bristol, GB, Committee for Rescue Archaeology in Avon, Gloucestershire and Somerset, 180pp. (Western Archaeological Trust, Excavation Monograph, 2).

Leech, Roger (1982) The Roman Interlude in the south-west: the dynamics of economic and social change in Romano-British south Somerset and north Dorset. In, Miles, D. (ed.) The Romano-British Countryside. Studies in Rural Settlement and Economy. Oxford, GB, British Archaeological Reports, 209-267. (BAR British Series, 103).

Leech, Roger (1982) Roman town and countryside 43-450 A.D. In, Aston, M. and Burrow, I. (eds.) The Archaeology of Somerset: A Review to 1500 A.D. Taunton, GB, Somerset County Council, 63-81.

Leech, Roger (1982) Urban archaeology in the north-west: problems and response. In, Clack, P. and Hazelgrove, S. (eds.) New Approaches to Urban Archaeology. Durham, GB, University of Durham, 55-64. (Occasional Papers, 1).

Leech, Roger (1983) Settlements and groups of small cairns on Birkby and Birker Fells, Eskdale, Cumbria. Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquaries and Archaeology Society, 83, 15-23.

Leech, Roger (1983) Excavations at Stoke Orchard Church. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society Transactions, 101, 181-183.

Leech, Roger (1984) Medieval urban archaeology in Gloucestershire. In, Saville, A. (ed.) Archaeology in Gloucestershire. Cheltenham, GB, Cheltenham Art Gallery and Museums and the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, 294-303.

Leech, Roger (1985) The seventeenth-century and later houses to the north of the church. In, Watts, L. and Rahtz, S.P.Q. (eds.) Mary-le-Port, Bristol, Excavations 1962-1963. Bristol, GB, Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery, S9.12.

Leech, Roger (1985) The medieval priests' houses at All Saints’ and St. Mary-le-Port Churches. In, Watts, L. and Rahtz, S.P.Q. (eds.) Mary-le-Port, Bristol, Excavations 1962-1963. Bristol, GB, Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery, S.10.2.

Leech, Roger (1986) Excavations at Whatley Lane/The Hill, Langport 1976. Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society Proceedings, 130, 165-167.

Leech, Roger (1986) Excavation of a Romano-British temple and cemetery on Lamyatt Beacon, Somerset. Britannia, 17, 259-328. (doi:10.2307/526548).

Leech, Roger (1989) Book review. Grenville Astill & Annie Grant (ed.). The countryside of medieval England. 1988. Oxford & New York: Basil Blackwell; ISBN 0631150919. Antiquity, 63, (239), 404-405.

Leech, Roger (1989) Book review. Carole L. Crumley & William H. Marquardt (ed.). Regional dynamics: Burgundian landscapes in historical perspective. 1988 [1987]. San Diego (CA) & London: Academic Press; ISBN 0121983803 hardback; ISBN 0121983811 paperback. Antiquity, 63, (239), 405-407.

Leech, Roger (1989) Aspects of the medieval defences of Bristol: the town wall, the castle barbican and the Jewry. In, Bowden, M., MacKay, D. and Topping, P. (eds.) From Cornwall to Caithness. Some Aspects of British Field Archaeology. Papers presented to Norman V. Quinnell. Oxford, GB, British Archaeological Reports, 235-250. (BAR British Series, 209).

Leech, Roger (1990) RCHME and Sites and Monuments Records. In, Hughes, M. (ed.) Sites and Monuments Records, Some Current Issues. Winchester, GB, Association of County Archaeological Officers, 5.

Leech, Roger (1993) Recording England's historic resource. In, Swain, Hedley (ed.) Rescuing the Historic Environment. Hertford, GB, Rescue, 35-40.

Leech, Roger (1993) The Roman fort and vicus at Ambleside: archaeological research in 1982. Transactions of the Cumberland & Westmorland Antiquarian & Archaeological Society, 93, 51-74.

Leech, Roger (1993) Sites and monuments: national archaeological records. Journal of European Archaeology, 1, (2), 200-204.

Leech, Roger (1993) Documentation standards for European archaeology. The European Archaeologist, 1, 4.

Leech, Roger (1993) Data standards for archaeological site records in England: RCHME initiatives. In, Roberts, A. (ed.) European Museum Documentation Strategies and Standards: Proceedings of an International Conference Held in Canterbury, England, 2-6 September 1991. Cambridge, GB, The Museum Documentation Association, 159-162.

Leech, Roger (1993) The Computerised National Archaeological Record for England: its development and future potential for Roman burial studies. In, Roberts, D.A. (ed.) Römerzeitliche Gräber als Quellen zu Religion, Bevölkerungsstruktur und Sozialgeschichte. Mainz, DE, Deutchesbundesmuseum, 433-441.

Leech, Roger (1996) The prospect from Rugman's Row: the Row House in late sixteenth- and early seventeenth-century London. Archaeological Journal, 153, 201-242.

Leech, Roger (1997) Cluny et le développement urbain en Bourgogne du sud. In, Grandchamp, Pierre, Jones, Michael, Meirion-Jones, Gwyn and Salveque, Jean-Denis (eds.) La Ville de Cluny et ses Maisons. Paris, FR, Picard, 76-87.

Leech, Roger (1997) The topography of medieval and early modern Bristol, part 1: property holdings in the early walled town and Marsh suburb north of the Avon. Bristol Record Society, 48, 1-220.

Leech, Roger (1997) The medieval defences of Bristol revisited. In, Keen, Laurence (ed.) `Almost the Richest City': Bristol in the Middle Ages. London, GB, Maney Publishing, 18-30. (British Archaeological Association Conference Transactions, 19).

Leech, Roger (1998) The processional city: some issues for historical archaeology. In, Tarlow, Sarah and West, Susie (eds.) Familiar Past? Archaeologies of Later Historical Britain. London, GB, Routledge, 19-34.

Leech, Roger (1999) Row and terrace - urban housing in the seventeenth- and eighteenth-century English city. In, Egan, Geoff and Michael, Ronald L. (eds.) The Archaeology of the British 1600-1800: Views from Two Worlds. London, GB, Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology.

Leech, Roger (1999) New approaches to the identification and documentation of the cultural heritage. In, Quine, Gillian and Hansen, Henrik Jarl (eds.) Our Fragile Heritage: Documenting the Past for the Future. Copenhagen, DK, National Museum of Denmark, 9-14.

Leech, Roger (2000) The symbolic hall: historical context and merchant culture in the early modern city. Vernacular Architecture, 31, 1-10. (doi:10.1179/030554700786049813).

Leech, Roger (2003) The garden house: merchant culture and identity in the early modern city. In, Lawrence, Susan (ed.) Archaeologies of the British: Explorations of Identity in the United Kingdom and Its Colonies 1600-1945. London, UK; New York, US, Routledge, 76-86. (One World Archaeology, 46).

Leech, Roger (2003) Historical background [In Longman, T. 'Excavations on the site of the Priory of St Mary Magdalen, Upper Maudlin Street, Bristol', 3-29]. Bristol and Avon Archaeology, 18, 4-7.

Leech, Roger (2003) Owner and tenants, gardens and houses: the site in the late sixteenth to eighteenth centuries [In Jackson, R. 'Archaeological Excavations at Upper Maudlin Street, Bristol, in 1973, 1976 & 1999', 29-110]. Bristol & Avon Archaeology, 18, 71-75.

Leech, Roger (2005) Impermanent architecture in the English Colonies of the Eastern Caribbean: new contexts for architectural innovation in the early modern Atlantic world. In, Breisch, Kenneth A. and Hoagland, Alison K. (eds.) Building Environments: Perspectives in Vernacular Architecture. Knoxville, USA, University of Tennessee Press, 153-167.

Leech, Roger (2005) Establishing what exists: introduction. In, Palmer, Marilyn and Neaverson, Peter (eds.) Managing the Industrial Heritage. Leicester, GB, University of Leicester School of Archaeology and Ancient History, 3-7. (Leicester Archaeology Monographs, 2).

Leech, Roger (2006) Portsmouth: a window on the world? In, Green, Adrian and Leech, Roger (eds.) Cities In The World, 1500-2000: Proceedings of the Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology Conference, 2002. Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology Conference Leeds, UK, Maney, 299-306. (Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology Monograph 3).

Leech, Roger (2006) Summing up: cities in the world. In, Green, Adrian and Leech, Roger (eds.) Cities In The World, 1500-2000: Proceedings of the Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology Conference, 2002. Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology Conference Leeds, UK, Maney, 321-322. (Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology Monograph 3).

Leech, Roger (2006) Culloden Farm, Barbados – a plantation house or villa of c.1800. Journal of the Barbados Museum and Historical Society, 52, 215-227.

Leech, Roger (2006) The Bishop's park [In Cox, Simon, Barber Alistair and Collard, Mark 'The Archaeology and History of the Former Bryan Brothers' Garage Site, Deanery Road, Bristol: The Evolution of an Urban Landscape', 55-72]. Transactions of the Bristol & Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, 124, 67-70.

Leech, Roger (2006) Buildings archaeology: context and points of convergence. In, Arnold, Dana, Ergut, Elvan Altan and Ozkaya, Belgin Turan (eds.) Rethinking Architectural Historiography. London, GB, Routledge, 24-35.

Leech, Roger (2008) ‘In what manner did they devide the land’ the early colonial estate landscape of Nevis and St Kitts. In, Finch, Jonathan and Giles, Kate (eds.) Estate Landscapes: Design, Improvement and Power in the Post-Medieval Landscape. Woodbridge, GB, Boydell Press, 191-204. (Society for Post Medieval Archaeology Monograph Series).

Leech, Roger (2009) Charlestown to Charleston - urban and plantation connections in an Atlantic Setting. In, Shields, David S. (ed.) Material Culture in Anglo-America: Regional Identity and Urbanity in the Tidewater, Lowcountry, and Caribbean. Charleston, US, University of South Carolina Press, 170-187.

Leech, Roger (2010) Richmond House and the Manor of Clifton. In, Crossley Evans, M.J. (ed.) 'A Grand City' - 'Life, Movement and Work': Bristol in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries. Essays in Honour of Gerard Leighton F.S.A. Bristol, GB, The Bristol & Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, 27-46.

Leech, Roger (2010) 'Within musquett shott of Black Rock’ – Johnson’s Fort and the early defenses of Nevis, West Indies. In, Klingelhofer, Eric (ed.) First Forts: Essays on the Archaeology of Proto-colonial Fortifications. Leiden, NL, Brill, 127-138. (History of Welfare, 60). (doi:10.1163/ej.9789004187542.i-278).

Leech, Roger (2010) Documentary evidence. [in special issue: The Avon Floodplain at Bristol: Excavations at Templar House, Temple Way, in Bristol 2004 and 2005] Transactions of the Bristol & Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, 128, 106-113.

Leech, Roger (2013) Bristol town houses 1000-1800 Vol.1. London, GB, English Heritage (In Press)

Leech, Roger (2013) Bristol town houses 1000-1800 Vol.2. London, GB, English Heritage (In Press)

Leech, Roger (2013) Urban Archaeological Strategy for Bristol. , English Heritage (In Press)

Leech, Roger (2013) St. Andrew, Dacre, Cumbria. Bulletin of the CBA Churches Committee, 17, 5-7.

Leech, Roger and Aston, Michael (1977) Historic towns in Somerset, Bristol, GB, Committee for Rescue Archaeology in Avon, Gloucestershire and Somerset, 176pp.

Leech, Roger and Gregory, Richard (2012) Cockermouth, Cumbria archaeological investigation of three burgage plots in Main Street, Kendal, GB, Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society, 80pp. (Cumbria Archaeological Research Reports, 3).

Leech, Roger and Holt, R. (2011) Cabot House, Deanery Road, Bristol: investigations in 2008. In, Watts, Martin (ed.) Medieval and Post-medieval Development within Bristol's Inner Suburbs. Cirencester, GB, Cotswold Archaeology. (Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Report 7).

Leech, Roger and McWhirr, Alan (1982) The Roadside Building. In, McWhirr, A., Viner, L. and Wells, C. (eds.) Romano-British Cemeteries at Cirencester. Cirencester, GB, Cirencester Excavation Committee, 50-68.

Leech, Roger and McWhirr, Alan (1982) Excavations at St. Johns Hospital, Cirencester, 1971 and 1976. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society Transactions, 100, 191-209.

Leech, Roger and Newman, R. (1985) Excavations at Dacre, 1982-4: an interim report. Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquaries and Archaeology Society, 85, 87-93.

Leech, Roger and Viner, Linda (1982) Bath Gate Cemetery 1969-1976. In, McWhirr, A., Viner, L. and Wells, C. (eds.) Romano-British Cemeteries at Cirencester. Cirencester, GB, Cirencester Excavation Committee, 69-109.

Leech, Roger H. (2000) The St Michael’s Hill precinct of the University of Bristol: the topography of medieval and early modern Bristol: part 2. Bristol Record Society, 52, 1-133.

Leech, Roger H. (2001) Issues for historical archaeology. Antiquity, 75, (290), 891-892.

Leech, Roger H. (2004) [Colonial landscape of the eastern Caribbean]. Columbia, USA, University of South Carolina Press

Leech, Roger H. (2004) The Atlantic World and Industrialization: Contexts for the Structures of Everyday Life in Early Modern Bristol. In, Barker, David and Cranstone, David (eds.) The Archaeology of Industrialization. Archaeology of Industrializtion Conference Leeds, UK, Maney, 155-164. (Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology Monograph 2).

Leech, Roger H., Williams, B. (ed.) (2004) Owners and tenants – the historical documentation for Nos. 57–64 Redcliff Street and Nos. 88-91 St Thomas Street. Bristol and Avon Archaeology, 19, 3-12.

Leech, Roger H. (2008) Understanding Nevis – GPS and archaeological field survey in a post-colonial landscape. In, Reid, Basil A. (ed.) Archaeology and Geoinformatics: Case Studies from the Caribbean. Alabama, US, University of Alabama Press, 127-136. ( Caribbean Archaeology and Ethnohistory Series).

Leech, Roger H. (2009) Arthur’s Acre: a Saxon bridgehead at Bristol. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, Bristol, England. Transactions, 127, 11-20.

Leech, Roger H. (2011) On the waterfront - the early Medieval landscape setting of St Augustine’s, Bristol. In, Cannon, Jon and Williamson, Beth (eds.) The Medieval Art, Architecture and History of Bristol Cathedral: an Enigma Explored. Woodbridge, GB, Boydell Press, 20-31. (Bristol Studies in Medieval Cultures).

Leech, Roger H. and Soffe, Graham (1994) Cistercian houses in England: the construction of the national inventory and the European context. In, Pressouyre, Leon (ed.) L'espace cistercien. Paris, FR, Comité des Travaux Historiques et Scientifiques, 295-310.

Leivers, Matthew Anthony (2000) The architecture and context of mortuary practices in the Neolithic period in north Wales. University of Southampton, Department of Archaeology, Doctoral Thesis , 320pp.

Levene, D. (1998) Expedition to Atika. Institute for Archaeo-Metallurgical Studies, 20, 10-13.

Levene, D. (1999) "... and by the name of Jesus ..." An unpublished magic bowl in Jewish Aramaic. Jewish Studies Quarterly, 6, (4), 283-308.

Levene, D. (2003) A happy thought of the magician: the magical get. In, Deutsch, Robert (ed.) Shlomo: Studies in Epigraphy, Iconography, History and Archaeology in Honor of Shlomo Moussaieff. Tel-Aviv Jaffa, IL, Archaeological Center Publications, 175-184.

Levene, D. and Bhayro, S. (2005) “Bring to the Gates… upon a good smell and upon good fragrances”: an Aramaic incantation bowl for success in business. Archiv für Orientforschung, 51, 242-246.

Levene, D. and Geller, M.J. (1998) Magical texts from the Geniza (with a new duplicate). Journal of Jewish Studies, 49, (2), 334-340.

Levene, Dan (2003) Heal O' Israel: a pair of duplicate magic bowls from the Pergamon Museum in Berlin. Journal of Jewish Studies, 54, (1), 104-121.

Levene, Dan (2009) Rare magic inscription on human skull. Biblical Archaeology Review, 35, (2), 46-50.

Levene, Dan and Bohak, Gideon (2012) Divorcing Lilith: from the Babylonian incantation bowls to the Cairo Genizah. Journal of Jewish Studies, 63, (2), 197-217.

Levene, Dan and Bohak, Gideon (2012) A Babylonian Jewish Aramaic incantation bowl with a list of deities and toponyms. Jewish Studies Quarterly, 19, (1), 56-72. (doi:10.1628/094457012799440203).

Levene, Dan and Ford, James Nathan (2012) “For Aḥata-de-ʾabuh daughter of Imma” Two Aramaic incantation bowls in the Vorderasiatisches museum, Berlin (VA 2414 and VA 2426). Journal of Semitic Studies, 57, (1), 53-67.

Levene, Dan and Ponting, Matthew (2013) "Recycling economies, when efficient, are by their nature invisible”. A first century Jewish recycling economy. In, Geller, Markham and Shaked, Shaul (eds.) Talmudic Archaeology. Leiden, NL, Boston, US, Brill. (In Press).

Levene, Dan and Rothenberg, Beno (2007) A metallurgical gemara: metals in the Judaic sources, London, GB, University College London, 185pp. (Metal in History, 4).

Lippold, Sebastian, Knapp, Michael, Kuznetsova, Tatyana, Leonard, Jennifer A, Benecke, Norbert, Ludwig, Arne, Rasmussen, Morten, Cooper, Alan, Weinstock, Jaco, Willerslev, Eske, Shapiro, Beth and Hofreiter, Michael (2011) Discovery of lost diversity of paternal horse lineages using ancient DNA. Nature Communications, 2 (doi:10.1038/ncomms1447). (PMID:21863017).

Llobera, M. (2004) The nature of everyday experience: examples on the study of visual space. In, Unwin, D. (ed.) Re-presenting GIS. London, UK, John Wiley.

Llobera, M. (2005) What you see is what you get? Genesis and hierarchy in visualscapes. In, Unwin, D. (ed.) Re-presenting GIS. Bognor Regis, UK, John Wiley and Sons Ltd.

Llobera, Marcos, Wheatley, D.W., Steele, T.J.M., Cox, Simon and Parchment, O. (2004) Calculating the inherent visual structure of a landscape ('total viewshed') using high-throughput computing. In, XXXII International Conference - Computer Applications in Archaeology 2004 - Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology, Beyond the Artifact: Digital Interpretation of the Past, Prato, Italy, 13 - 17 Apr 2004. (In Press).

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