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Alivizatou, M.E.; (2009) Preservation, erasure and representation: rethinking ‘intangible heritage’ in a comparative museum ethnography. Doctoral thesis , UCL (University College London).

Altaweel, M; (2009) FERAL. [Software].

Altaweel, M; (2009) Modeling complex behavior: Integrating social and environmental processes for Thai and Mesopotamian societies. In: Clark, J, (ed.) (pp. pp. 1-10).

Altaweel, M; Paulette, T; (2009) Modeling nomad-settlement interactions: Investigating economic exchange using computer simulation. In: Hauser, S, (ed.) The Visibility of Nomads and Seasonal Occupation: Multi-Disciplinary Approaches to a Methodological Problem. (pp. 231-250).

Altaweel, MR; Alessa, LN; Kliskey, AD; (2009) Forecasting Resilience in arctic societies: Creating tools for assessing social-hydrological systems. Journal of the American Water Resources Association , 45 (6) pp. 1379-1389. 10.1111/j.1752-1688.2009.00370.x.

Antoine, DM; Hillson, SW; Keene, D; Milne, G; Waldron, A; White, W; (2009) A study of human growth in London over the past 1000 years using tooth histology to determine a precise age-at-death. In: AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY. (pp. 78 - 78). WILEY-LISS

Arroyo-Kalin, M; (2009) Steps towards an ecology of landscape: The pedo-stratigraphy of anthropogenic dark earths. In: Woods, WI and Teixeira, WG and Lehmann, J and Steiner, C and WinklerPrins, A and Rebellato, L, (eds.) Amazonian Dark Earths: Wim Sombroek's Vision. (33 - 83). Springer Netherlands: Netherlands.

Artin, G; (2009) La "nécropole énéolithique" de Byblos nouvelle interprétations. British Archaeological Reports Limited

Asouti, E; FULLER, D; (2009) Archaeobotanical evidence. In: Evans, C and Pettigrew, J and Tamu, YK and Turin, M, (eds.) Grounding Knowledge/Walking Land: Archaeological Research and Ethno-historical Identity in Central Nepal. (pp. 142-152). McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research: Cambridge.


Barber, D; Freestone, I; Moulding, K; (2009) Ancient copper red glasses: investigation and analysis by microbeam techniques. In: Shortland, A and Freestone, I and Rehren, T, (eds.) From Mine to Microscope – Advances in the Study of Ancient Technology. (pp. 115-127). Oxbow

Basu, P; Coleman, S; Posey, S; Prior, K; (2009) Discovering Anthropology through Museum Collections (museum learning resource). Royal Pavilion and Museums, Brighton.

Bates, MR; Bates, CR; Gibbard, PL; Keen, DH; Parfitt, SA; Peglar, SM; Schwenninger, J-L; ... Whittaker, JE; + view all (2009) Selsey, West Street: evaluation of historical material and recent field investigations. In: Briant, RM and Bates,, MR and Hosfield, RT and Wenban-Smith, FF, (eds.) The Quaternary of the Solent Basin and West Sussex Raised Beaches. Field Guide. (pp. 73-95). Quaternary Research Association: London.

Betrò, M; Del Vesco, P; Minaici, G; (2009) Seven seasons at Dra Abu El-Naga. The tomb of Huy (TT 14): preliminary results. [Book]. Progetti. Documenti per l'archeologia egiziana: Vol.3. Pisa University Press: Pisa.

Betrò, M; Del Vesco, P; Miniaci, G; (2009) The tomb of Huy at Dra Abu el-Naga. In: Archaeology and Virtual Environments. From Excavations to Virtual Museums and Web Communities. (pp. 33-55). Alinea: Florence.

Betrò, MC; Vesco, PD; Miniaci, G; (2009) Seven seasons at Dra Abu El-Naga. The tomb of Huy (TT 14): preliminary results. [Book]. Progetti 3. : Pisa.

Bevan, A; (2009) Review of Between Venice and Istanbul. Colonial Landscapes in Early Modern Greece (2007, Davies, S. and Davis, J. L. eds.). [Review]. Landscape History , 30 (2) Green open access

Bridge, M; (2009) Church of St Helen and St Giles, The Broadway, Rainham, London Borough of Havering, Tree-ring analysis of timbers from the south chancel door. (EH Research Departemnt Report Series 69-2009 ). English Heritage

Bridge, M; (2009) St John's Church, Oxborough, Norfolk, Tree-ring analysis of timbers from the roof of the Bedingfield Chapel. (EH Research Department Report Series 80-2009 ). English Heritage

Bridge, M; (2009) Tree-ring analysis of short timber posts: White Horse Public House, 116 Green Street, Enfield, Middlesex. (Research Department Report Series 81-2008 ). English Heritage

Bridge, M; (2009) The contribution of dendrochronology to church archaeology. Church Archaeology , 11 pp. 43-49.

Bridge, M; (2009) Tree-Ring Analysis. In: Drury, P and Simpson, R, (eds.) Hill Hall: a singular house devised by a Tudor intellectual. (pp. 362-366). Society of Antiquaries of London: London.

Bridge, MC; (2009) All Saints' Church, Sancton, near Market Weighton, East Yorkshire. Tree-ring analysis of timbers from the belfry floor and bellframe. (English Heritage Research Department Report Series 82-2009 ). English Heritage: London.

Butler, B; (2009) ‘Othering’ the archive—from exile to inclusion and heritage dignity: the case of Palestinian archival memory. Archival Science , 9 (1-2) pp. 57-69. 10.1007/s10502-009-9095-0.

Butler, BJ; (2009) Palestinian Heritage “To the Moment”: Archival Memory and the Representation of Heritage in Conflict. Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites , 11 (3-4) pp. 236-261. 10.1179/175355210X12747818485402.


Clement, A; Hillson, S; de la Torre, I; Townsend, G; (2009) Tooth use in Aboriginal Australia. Archaeology International , 2007/2 pp. 37-41.

Clement, AF; Hillson, S; Michalaki-Kollia, M; (2009) The ancient cemeteries of Astypalaia, Greece. Archaeology International , 12 pp. 17-21.

Cochrane, E; (2009) Evolutionary Explanation and the Record of Interest: Using Evolutionary Archaeology and Dual-Inheritance Theory to Explain the Archaeological Record. In: Shennan, SJ, (ed.) Pattern and Process in Cultural Evolution. (pp. 113-132). University of California Press: Berkeley, US. Green open access

Collard, M; Shennan, SJ; (2009) Patterns, Processes, and Parsimony: Studying Cultural Evolution with Analytical Techniques from Evolutionary Biology. In: Stark, MT and Bowser, BJ and Horne, L, (eds.) Cultural Transmission and Material Culture: Breaking Down Boundaries. (pp. 17-33). University of Arizona Press.: Tucson.


Daily Mail, ; (2009) British archaeologists solve the mystery of the Easter Island red hats (Daily Mail). Daily Mail

Dawkes, G; (2009) Before Bagenal’s Castle: Evidence of the Medieval Cistercian Abbey at Newry, County Down. Ulster Journal of Archaeology , 68 pp. 124-140. Green open access

Dawkes, G; Goodburn, D; Rogers, PW; (2009) Lightening the Load: Five 19th-Century River Lighters at Erith on the River Thames, UK. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF NAUTICAL ARCHAEOLOGY , 38 (1) pp. 71-89. 10.1111/j.1095-9270.2008.00217.x.

Deckers, K; Riehl, S; Jenkins, E; Rosen, A; Dodonov, A; Simakova, AN; Conard, NJ; (2009) Vegetation development and human occupation in the Damascus region of southwestern Syria from the Late Pleistocene to Holocene. VEGETATION HISTORY AND ARCHAEOBOTANY , 18 (4) pp. 329-340. 10.1007/s00334-008-0209-z.

Del Vesco, P; (2009) Fertility and Eroticism on the so-called Votive Beds. In: (Proceedings) Second International Congress for Young Egyptologists.

Del Vesco, P; (2009) A Votive Bed Fragment in the Egyptian Museum of Florence (Italy). Egitto e Vicino Oriente , 32 pp. 31-37.

Del Vesco, P; (2009) Archaeological Context: formation processes. In: Betrò, MC and Del Vesco, P and Miniaci, G, (eds.) Seven seasons at Dra Abu El-Naga: the tomb of Huy (tt14): preliminary results.

Del Vesco, P; (2009) Main Finds from TT14. In: Betrò, MC and Del Vesco, P and Miniaci, G, (eds.) Seven seasons at Dra Abu El-Naga: the Tomb of Huy (TT14): preliminary results.

Di Pietro, GA; (2009) Documentazione e studio dei materiali dalle indagini archeologiche della Missione IUO (1977-1986) a Zawaydah (Naqada, Alto Egitto). In: R. Pirelli (ed.), Ricerche Italiane e Scavi in Egitto, Vol. III, Centro Archeologico Italiano, Cairo. ((pp. 63-69, tavv. I-III)-).

Dobbs, C; Bridge, MC; (2009) Construction and Refits: tree-ring dating the Mary Rose. In: Marsden, P, (ed.) Your noblest shippe. Mary Rose: anatomy of a Tudor warship. (pp. 361-367). Mary Rose Trust: Portsmouth.

Dominguez-Rodrigo, M; Diez-Martin, F; Alcala, L; Barba, R; Mora, R; de la Torre, I; Bushozi, P; (2009) Archaeological evidence of Carcass-Processing Spots Created by Lower Pleistocene Hominids from the ST4 Site. In: Dominguez-Rodrigo, M and Alcala, L and Luque, L, (eds.) Peninj. A research project on human origins (1995-2005). (pp. 115-144). Oxbow: Oxford.

de la Torre, I; (2009) Comments to "Acheulian Giant-Core Technology. A Worldwide Perspective". Current Anthropology , 50 pp. 360-361.

de la Torre, I; (2009) Technological Strategies in the Lower Pleistocene at Peninj (West of Lake Natron, Tanzania). In: Schick, K and Toth, N, (eds.) The Cutting Edge: New Approaches to the Archaeology of Human Origins. (pp. 93-113). Stone Age Institute Press: Bloomington.

de la Torre, I; Benito-Calvo, A; (2009) Primeras prospecciones geoarqueológicas en el valle de Mieso (sur de Afar, Etiopía). Excavaciones en el exterior 2008. Informes y trabajos , 3 pp. 39-43.

de la Torre, I; Mora, R; (2009) The Technology of the ST Site Complex. In: Domínguez-Rodrigo, M and Alcala, L and Luque, L, (eds.) Peninj. A research project on human origins (1995-2005). (pp. 145-189). Oxbow Books Ltd

de la Torre, I; Mora, R; (2009) A technological analysis of non-knapped stone tools in Olduvai Beds I & II. Stressing the relevance of percussion activities in the African Lower Pleistocene. In: Mourre, V and Jarry, M, (eds.) Entre le marteau et l´enclume. Table Ronde sur la percussion directe au percuteur dur et la diversité de ses modalités d´application. (in press-). Paleo, suppl. 3: Les Eyzies.


Edinborough, K; (2009) Population history and the evolution of mesolithic arrowhead technology in south Scandinavia. pp. 191-202.


FITZGERALD, CM; HILLSON, S; (2009) Deciduous tooth growth in an ancient Greek infant cemetery. In: Koppe, T and Meyer, G and Alt, KW and Brook, A and Dean, MC and Kjaer, I and Lukacs, JR and Smith, BH and Teaford, MF, (eds.) Comparative Dental Morphology. (pp. 178-183). S Karger Pub

FLATMAN, J; (2009) The Economics of Public Archaeology - A Reply to 'What is Public Archaeology?'. Present Pasts , 1 (1) pp. 50-52.

FLATMAN, J; (2009) Review: (Rose) Medieval Ships and Warfare. International Journal of Nautical Archaeology , 38 (2) p. 434.

FULLER, D; (2009) Recent lessons from Near Eastern archaeobotany: wild cereal use, pre-domestication cultivation and tracing multiple origins and dispersals. Pragdhara pp. 105-134.

FULLER, D; (2009) Silence before sedentism and the advent of cash-crops: A revised summary of early agriculture in South Asia from plant domestication to the development of political economies (with an excursus on the problem of semantic shift among millets and rice). In: Linguistics, Archaeology and the Human Past. (pp. 147-187). Manohar: New Delhi.

FULLER, D; (2009) Late Harappan "collapse", the opening of central Asia and long-distance crop movements. In: Endo, H, (ed.) (Proceedings) Ethnogenesis of South and Central Asia, 13th Harvard University Round Table. (pp. pp. 3-11). Research Institute for Humanity and Nature: Kyoto, Japan.

FULLER, D; Qin, L; (2009) The botanical archaeology in research of rice agricultural origins. Nanfang Wenwu , 2009 (3) pp. 38-45.

FULLER, D; Stevens, C; (2009) Agriculture and the development of complex societies. In: Fairbairn, A and Weiss, E, (eds.) From Foragers to Farmers. Papers in Honour of Gordon C. Hillman. (pp. 37-57). Oxbow Books: Oxford.

Ferllini, RF; Croft, AM; (2009) The case of an Armenian mass grave. Journal of Human Rights , 8 (3) pp. 229-244. 10.1080/14754830903110285.

Fernandez Fernandez, J; (2009) Una contribución a la lectura crítica de determinadas fuentes de información arqueológicas mediante la utilización de los SIG: los “castros” del valle del Trubia. Territorio, Sociedad y Poder , 4 pp. 5-46.

Flatman, J; (2009) A Climate of Fear: Recent British Policy and Management of Coastal Heritage. Public Archaeology , 8 (1) pp. 6-22.

Flatman, J; (2009) Editorial – Conserving Marine Cultural Heritage: Threats, Risks and Future Priorities. Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites , 11 (1) pp. 6-9.

Flatman, J; (2009) Podcast ‘Battles, Chocolate and Brothels’. UNSPECIFIED

Flatman, J; (2009) Podcast: 'Ships and Shipping in Medieval Manuscripts'. British Library, London.

Flatman, J; (2009) Review: (Anon) Whaling in the Hebridies. International Journal of Nautical Archaeology , 38 (2) pp. 438-439.

Flatman, J; (2009) Review: (Corbin and Rodgers) The Steamboat Montana and the Opening of the West. Nautical Research Journal , 54 (1) pp. 59-60.

Flatman, J; (2009) Review: (Leshikar-Denton and Erreguerena) Underwater and Maritime Archaeology in Latin America and the Caribbean. Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites , 11 (1)

Flatman, J; (2009) Review: (Rose) Medieval Ships and Warfare. International Journal of Nautical Archaeology , 38 (2) p. 434.

Flatman, J; (2009) Review: (Szabo) Monstrous Fishes and the Mead-Dark Sea: Whaling in the Medieval North Atlantic. International Journal of Nautical Archaeology , 38 (2) pp. 438-439.

Flatman, J; (2009) ’Where there’s Muck there’s Brass’: Archaeology and the Real World? Museum of Underwater Archaeology

Flatman, J; (2009) Conserving Marine Cultural Heritage. Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites , 11 (1)

Flatman, JC; (2009) Ships and Shipping in Medieval Manuscripts. [Book]. British Library Press and the University of Chicago Press: London and Chicago.

Freestone, I; Yegingil, Z; Arik, R; (2009) Scientific Analysis of Glazed Tile from the Seljuq Palace of Kubad-Âbâd, Lake Beyşehir, Turkey. In: McCarthy, B and Chase, ES and Cort, LA and Douglas, JG and Jett, P, (eds.) Scientific Research On Historic Asian Ceramics: Proceedings of the Fourth Forbes Symposium at the Freer Gallery of Art. (pp. pp. 3-8). Archetype Publications with the Freer Gallery of Art: Washington, D.C., USA. Green open access

Freestone, IC; Wolf, S; Thirlwall, M; (2009) Isotopic composition of glass from the Levant and south-eastern Mediterranean Region. In: Degryse, P and Henderson, J and Hodgins, G, (eds.) Isotopes in vitreous materials. (pp. 31-52). Leuven University Press: Leuven.

Fuller, DQ; (2009) Advances in archaeobotanical method and theory: charting trajectories to domestication, lost crops, and the organization of agricultural labour. In: Ahn, S-M and Lee, J-J, (eds.) New Approaches to Prehistoric Agriculture. (pp. 15-49). Sahoi Pyoungnon: Seoul.

Fuller, DQ; Allaby, R; (2009) Seed Dispersal and Crop Domestication: shattering, germination and seasonality in evolution under cultivation. In: Ostergaard, L, (ed.) Fruit Development and Seed Dispersal. (pp. 238-295). Blackwell: Oxford.

Fuller, DQ; Boivin, N; (2009) Crops, cattle and commensals across the Indian Ocean. Études Océan Indien (42-43) pp. 13-46. 10.4000/oceanindien.698.

Fuller, DQ; Qin, L; Harvey, EL; (2009) An evolutionary model for Chinese rice domestication: reassessing the data of the Lower Yangtze region. In: Ahn, S-M and Lee, J-J, (eds.) New Approaches to Prehistoric Agriculture. (pp. 313-345). Sahoi Pyoungnon: Seoul.

Fuller, DQ; Rowlands, M; (2009) Towards a Long-Term Macro-Geography of Cultural Substances: Food and Sacrifice Tradition in East, West and South Asia. Chinese Review of Anthropology , 12 pp. 1-37.


Gardner, A; (2009) Review of R. White 'Britannia Prima: Britain's Last Roman Province'. [Review]. Britannia , 40 395 - 396. 10.3815/006811309789785864. Green open access

Gardner, A; Guest, P; (2009) Fortress Isca. Current Archaeology , XIX.10 (226) pp. 31-37.

Gibbs, K; Kadowaki, S; Allentuck, A; Banning, EB; (2009) Early Bronze I Occupation at al-Basatîn, in Wadi Ziqlab, Northern Jordan. Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research , 355 pp. 31-50.

Gilchrist, R; Reynolds, A; (2009) Reflections: 50 Years of Medieval Archaeology 1957-2007. [Book]. Society for Medieval Archaeology Monograph series. (1st ed.). Maney: Leeds.

Gleba, M; (2009) Archaeology in Etruria 2003-2009. Archaeological Reports , 55 pp. 103-121.

Gleba, M; (2009) Textile tools and specialisation in the Early Iron Age female burials. In: Herring, E and Lomas, K, (eds.) (Proceedings) Gender Identities in Italy in the First Millennium BC. (pp. pp. 69-78). Archaeopress: Oxford.

Gleba, M; Becker, H; (2009) Editors' Preface. (Vol.166).

Gleba, M; Becker, HS; (2009) Votives, Places and Rituals in Etruscan Religion. Studies in Honour of Jean MacIntosh Turfa. [Book]. Religions of the Gareco-Roman World. Brill: Leiden.

Graham, E; (2009) Close encounters. In: Cecil, LG and Pugh, TW, (eds.) Maya Worldviews at Conquest. (pp. 17-38). University Press of Colorado: Boulder.

Greenberg, ; Keinan, A; (2009) Israeli Archaeological Activity in the West Bank 1967-2007: A Sourcebook: The West Bank and East Jerusalem Archaeological Database Project. Ostracon: Jerusalem.

Guerra, MF; Rehren, THH; (2009) AURUM: Archaeometry and authenticity of gold. ArcheoSciences , 33 pp. 13-18. Green open access

Guerra, MF; Rehren, THH; (2009) In-situ examination and analysis of the gold jewellery from the Phoenician tomb of Kition (Cyprus). ArcheoSciences 33 , 33 pp. 151-158. Green open access


Hamilton, S; (2009) ABC News (Australia): Morning programme (radio interview and on-line). UNSPECIFIED

Hamilton, S; (2009) Al Jazeera English-language news and current affairs: Easter Island hat mystery (TV interview). UNSPECIFIED

Hamilton, S; (2009) BBC News online: Giant Statues give up a mystery. (Second most accessed item). UNSPECIFIED

Hamilton, S; (2009) Canadian Broadcasting Corporation's flagship daily current affairs show As It Happens. UNSPECIFIED

Hamilton, S; (2009) Discovery Channel, UK. Iron Age warrior burials at Brisly Farm, Kent. Interview for TV Programme. UNSPECIFIED

Hamilton, S; (2009) Pacific Radio News (New Zealand). Live interview. UNSPECIFIED

Hancocks, A; Rowe, E; McSloy, E; Reynolds, A; (2009) Two Anglo-Saxon burials at Abbeymeads, Blunsdon St Andrew, Wiltshire. Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine , 102 pp. 160-174.

Harrison, DL; Parfitt, SA; (2009) Fossil remains of shrews (Soricomorpha: Soricidae) and desmans (Talpidae: Desmaninae) from Norfolk, England, with biostratigraphic implications for the Plio-Pleistocene boundary in East Anglia. Acta Zoologica Cracoviensia , 52 (A) pp. 61-79.

Harrison, R; (2009) Rationales for the production of Kimberley points: A reply to Akerman. AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINAL STUDIES (1) pp. 89-91.

Harrison, R; (2009) Towards an Archaeology of the welfare state in Britain, 1945-2009. Archaeologies , 5 (2) pp. 238-262. 10.1007/s11759-009-9105-0.

Harrison, R; (2009) ‘three, two, one...?’: The material legacy of global Millennium celebrations. In: Schofield, J, (ed.) Defining moments: Dramatic archaeologies of the twentieth century. Studies in Contemporary and Historical Archaeology. (pp. 147-156). British Archaeological Reports Ltd

Hassett, BR; Hillson, SW; (2009) Sex and sample: classification analysis using cervical canine metrics. In: AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY. (pp. 146 - 146). WILEY-LISS

Haughey, FM; (2009) People and Water: A study of the relationship between humans and rivers in the Mesolithic and Neolithic with particular reference to that within the Thames Basin. Doctoral thesis , University of London. Green open access

Herrmann, G; Laidlaw, S; Coffey, H; (2009) Ivories from Nimrud VI, Ivories from the North West Palace (1845-1992). [Book]. British Institute for the Study of Iraq: UK.

Hillson, SW; (2009) The World's Largest Infant Cemetery and its Potential for Studying Growth and Development: the Notia Kylindra Site on the Island of Astypalaia in the Dodecanese. In: Schepartz, L and Bourbou, C and Fox, S, (eds.) New Directions in the Skeletal Biology of Greece. (pp. 137-154). American School of Classical Studies at Athens: Princeton.

Hussein, SY; Altaweel, M; Rejeb, Z; (2009) Report on Excavations at Tell al-Wilaya, Iraq. Information on the 1999 and 2000 seasons. Akkadica , 130 (1) 3 - 43.


Jeffreys, DG; (2009) Size wasn’t everything: The Memphite pyramids as scale models? In: Magee, D and Bourriau, J and Quirke, S, (eds.) Sitting beside Lepsius : studies in honour of Jaromir Malek at the Griffith Institute. (pp. 257-266). Peeters

Jonathan, B; (2009) Where did you get that hat? Secrets of the Easter Island statues (Independent). Independent

Jordan, P.; (2009) Linking pattern to process in cultural evolution: explaining material culture diversity among the Northern Khanty of Northwest Siberia. In: Shennan, S., (ed.) Pattern and process in cultural evolution. (pp. 61-84). University of California Press: Berkeley, US. Green open access

Jordan, P.; Zvelebil, M.; (2009) Ex Oriente Lux: the prehistory of hunter gatherer ceramic dispersals. In: Jordan, P. and Zvelebil, M., (eds.) Ceramics Before Farming: The Dispersal of Pottery Among Prehistoric Eurasian Hunter-Gatherers. Left Coast Press: Walnut Creek, US.



Kandler, A; Steele, J; (2009) Innovation diffusion in time and space: effects of social information and of income inequality. In: (Proceedings) Diffusion Fundamentals III. (pp. pp. 82-98). Leipzig: Leipziger Universitatsverlag

Kandler, A; Steele, J; (2009) Innovation diffusion in time and space: effects of social information and of income inequality. Diffusion Fundamentals , 11 3-. Gold open access

Kandler, A; Steele, J; (2009) Social learning, economic inequality and innovation diffusion. In: O'Brien, M and Shennan, SJ, (eds.) Innovation and Evolution. MIT Press

Keinan, A; (2009) Conference Review: WAC Inter-Congress Archaeology in Conflict, Vienna, Austria, 6-10 April 2010. Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites , 11 (3-4) pp. 354-355.

Kerig, T; (2009) Wer hat eigentlich Clark gelesen? Eine vergleichende Rezeptionsgeschichte. T-AG Rundbrief , 1/2009 pp. 17-18.

Kerig, T; (2009) Steinzeitliche Nachklaenge? Eine Ethnoarchaeologie der Musik. In: Baden-Wuerttemberg, AL and Tuebingen, AAUUQDEKU, (eds.) Eiszeit: Kunst und Kultur. Begleitband zur grossen Landesausstellung. (pp. 327-329). Thorbecke: Stuttgart.

Kershaw, J; (2009) Culture and Gender in the Danelaw: Scandinavian and Anglo-Scandinavian Brooches. Viking and Medieval Scandinavia , 5 pp. 295-325. 10.1484/J.VMS.1.100682.

Kertai, D; (2009) The History of the Middle-Assyrian Empire. Talanta: Proceedings of the Dutch Archaeological and Historical Society , XL-XLI pp. 25-51.

Kiriatzi, E; Broodbank, C; (2009) The Kythera Island Project by the British School at Athens: aims, methodologies and preliminary results. In: Leontsinis, G, (ed.) Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Kytherian Studies. Open University and the Municipality of Kythera

Knorpp, B; (2009) Heimat Museums and notions of home. Journal of Museum Ethnography , 22 pp. 9-21.

Kunicki-Goldfinger, JJ; Kierzek, J; Freestone, I; Małożewska-Bućko, B; Nawrolska, G; (2009) The composition of window glass from the cesspits in the old town in Elbląg. In: Ignatiadou, D and Antonares, A, (eds.) Annales du 18e Congres de l'Association pour l'Histoire du Verre. (pp. 395 - 400). AIHV: Thessaloniki. Green open access


LEGARRA HERRERO, B; (2009) THE MINOAN FALLACY: CULTURAL DIVERSITY AND MORTUARY BEHAVIOUR ON CRETE AT THE BEGINNING OF THE BRONZE AGE. Oxford Journal of Archaeology , 28 (1) pp. 29-57. 10.1111/j.1468-0092.2008.00318.x.

Le Masson, S; (2009) Easter Island statues' hats explained by researchers (Daily Telegraph). Daily Telegraph

Linden, MV; (2009) Comments on M. Pilar Prieto Martínez: 'Bell beaker communities in thy: The first bronze age society in denmark' (norwegian archaeological review, vol. 41(2), 2008). Norwegian Archaeological Review , 42 (1) pp. 71-100. 10.1080/00293650902904539.

London, C; (2009) Easter Island red hat 'riddle' solved (The Australian). The Australian


MOSHENSKA, G; (2009) Beyond the viewing platform: excavations and audiences. Archaeological Review from Cambridge , 24 (1) pp. 39-53.

MOSHENSKA, G; (2009) Second World War archaeology in schools: a backdoor to the history curriculum? Papers from the Institute of Archaeology , 19 55 - 66. 10.5334/pia.324. Green open access

MOSHENSKA, G; (2009) What is public archaeology? Present Pasts , 1 pp. 46-48.

MOSHENSKA, G; (2009) Contested pasts and community archaeologies: public engagement in the archaeology of modern conflict. In: Forbes, N and Page, R and Pérez, G, (eds.) Europe's Deadly Century. (pp. 73-79). English Heritage: London.

MOSHENSKA, G; Burtenshaw, P; (2009) Response: the values of archaeology. Present Pasts , 1 pp. 55-56.

MacDonald, K; Vernet, R; Martinon-Torres, M; FULLER, D; (2009) Dhar Néma: from early agriculture to metallurgy in southeastern Mauritania. Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa , 44 (1) pp. 3-48. 10.1080/00671990902811330.

MacDonald, KC; Vernet, R; Martinon-Torres, M; Fuller, DQ; (2009) Dhar Nema: from early agriculture to metallurgy in southeastern Mauritania. AZANIA , 44 (1) 3 - 48. 10.1080/00671990902811330.

MacDonald, KC; Vernet, R; Martinon-Torres, M; Fuller, DQ; (2009) Dhar Nema: from early agriculture to metallurgy in southeastern Mauritania (vol 44, pg 3, 2009). AZANIA , 44 (2) 280 - 280. 10.1080/00672700903112896.

Mairs, R; Martin, CJ; (2009) A Bilingual ‘Sale’ of Liturgies from the Archive of the Theban Choachytes: P. Berlin 5507, P. Berlin 3098 and P. Leiden 413. Enchoria

Mannering, U; Gleba, M; Possnert, G; Heinemeier, I; (2009) Om datering af mosefunde lig og beklædningsdele. KUML pp. 103-124.

Martin, CJ; (2009) Demotic Papyri from the Memphite Necropolis In the Collections of the National Museum of Antiquities in Leiden, the British Museum and the Hermitage Museum. Brepols Pub

Martin, CJ; (2009) A Family of Scribes in Ptolemaic Tebtynis. In: Hawass, Z, (ed.) The Realm of the Pharaohs: Essays in Honour of Tohfa Handoussa. (pp. 323-332). : Cairo.

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