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Balasse, M., Bălăşescu, A., Tornero, C., Fremondeau, D., Hovsepyan, R., Gillis, R. and Popovici, D. (2017) Investigating the scale of herding in Chalcolithic pastoral communities settled along the Danube River in the 5th millennium BC: a case study at Borduşani-Popină and Hârşova-tell (Romania). Quaternary International, 436 (Part B). pp. 29-40. ISSN 1040-6182 doi:

Barnett, C. (2017) The wood charcoal at Queen Mary's Hospital, Carshalton. In: Iron Age and early Romano-British Settlement at Queen Mary's Hospital, Carshalton, London Borough of Sutton. Wessex Archaeology Ltd, Salisbury, pp. 75-76. ISBN 9781874350941

Barr, K. and Bell, M. (2017) Neolithic and Bronze Age ungulate footprint-tracks of the Severn Estuary: species, age, identification and interpretation of husbandry practices. Environmental Archaeology: the Journal of Human Palaeoecology, 22 (1). pp. 1-14. ISSN 1461-4103 doi:


De Cupere, B., Fremondeau, D., Kaptijn, E., Marinova, E., Poblome, J., Vandam, R. and Van Neer, W. (2017) Subsistence economy and land use strategies in the Burdur province (SW Anatolia) from prehistory to the Byzantine period. Quaternary International, 436 (Part B). pp. 4-17. ISSN 1040-6182 doi:


Fremondeau, D., De Cupere, B., Evin, A. and Van Neer, W. (2017) Diversity in pig husbandry from the Classical-Hellenistic to the Byzantine periods: an integrated dental analysis of Düzen Tepe and Sagalassos assemblages (Turkey). Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, 11. pp. 38-52. ISSN 2352-409X doi:

Fremondeau, D., Nuviala, P. and Duval, C. (2017) Pigs and cattle in Gaul: the role of Gallic societies in the evolution of husbandry practices. European Journal of Archaeology, 20 (3). pp. 494-509. ISSN 1741-2722 doi:


Gibson, C. and Barnett, C. (2017) The charcoal and the waterlogged wood in Gibson, C. and Powell, A. Late Bronze Age burials and Iron Age, Roman, Saxon and Medieval settlement at Queen Street, Stotfold. Bedfordshire Archaeology, 27. pp. 60-63.


Lewis, M. (2017) Fetal paleopathology: an impossible discipline? In: Han, S., Betsinger, T. K. and Scott, A. B. (eds.) The Anthropology of the Fetus: Biology, Culture, and Society. Berghan Books, New York. ISBN 9781785336911

Lewis, M. (2017) Paleopathology of children: identification of pathological conditions in the human skeletal remains of non-adults. Academic Press, pp300. ISBN 9780124104020


Rohnbogner, A. (2017) Listening to the kids: the value of childhood palaeopathology for the study of rural Roman Britain. Britannia, 48. pp. 221-252. ISSN 1753-5352 doi:


Schmidt, A., Fry, R., Parkyn, A., Bonsall , J. and Gaffney, C. (2017) When the time is right: the impact of weather variations on the contrast in earth resistance data. In: Jennings, B., Gaffney, C., Sparrow, T. and Gaffney, S. (eds.) AP2017 12th International Conference of Archaeological Prospection. Archaeopress Publishing Ltd, Oxford, UK, pp. 218-219. ISBN 9781784916770

Seetah, K., Birch, T., Calaon, D. and Caval, S. (2017) Colonial iron in context: the Trianon slave shackle from Mauritius. Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences, 9 (3). pp. 419-430. ISSN 1866-9565 doi:


Taylor, V. K. and Bell, M. (2017) Land mollusc middens. In: Allen, M. J. (ed.) Molluscs in Archaeology. Studying Scientific Archaeology (3). Oxbow, Oxford, pp. 195-212. ISBN 9781785706080


Versteegh, E. A. A., Black, S. and Hodson, M. E. (2017) Carbon isotope fractionation between amorphous calcium carbonate and calcite in earthworm-produced calcium carbonate. Applied Geochemistry, 78. pp. 351-356. ISSN 0883-2927 doi:


Wright, A. J., Edwards, R. J., van de Plassche, O., Blaauw, M., Parnell, A. C., van der Borg, K., de Jong, A. F. M., Roe, H. M., Selby, K. and Black, S. (2017) Reconstructing the accumulation history of a saltmarsh sediment core: which age-depth model is best? Quaternary Geochronology, 39. pp. 35-67. ISSN 1871-1014 doi:

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