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Asderaki, E; Rehren, T; (2002) A study of Hellenistic gilding practice and manufacture of funerary wreaths. iams , 22 pp. 19-21.

Asderaki, E, ; Rehren, Th, ; (2002) A study of Hellenistic gilding practice and manufacture of funerary wreaths. IAMS , 22 pp. 19-21.

Asderaki-Tzoumerkioti, E; (2002) Συντήρηση: Η σημασία της και η εφαρμογή της στα ευρήματα της περιοχής Βελεστίνου. In: (Proceedings) ΥΠΕΡΕΙΑ 3ο Διεθνές Συνέδρίο «Φεραί-Βελεστίνο-Ρήγας». (pp. pp. 63-71).


Bloxam, ES; P, ; (2002) Old Kingdom Basalt Quarrying Activities at Widan el-Faras, Northern Faiyum Desert. pp. 23-36.


Carter, RA; (2002) Before the Periplus: the origins of maritime trade in the Arabian Gulf and the Indian Ocean. Presented at: Classics and Archaeological Studies Seminar, University of Kent, Canterbury.

Carter, RA; (2002) Early Seafaring in the Arabian Gulf. Presented at: Society for Arabian Studies, SOAS, London.

Carter, RA; (2002) Prehistoric Navigation and Exchange in the Persian Gulf. Presented at: Early Navigation and Trade in the Indian Ocean, Is.I.A.O., Ravenna, Italy.

Carter, RA; (2002) The Prehistoric Origins of Seafaring in the Middle East. Presented at: UCL Lunchtime Lecture, UCL, London.

Carter, RA; (2002) Preliminary report on Unar 2 and its ceramics. Bulletin of the Society for Arabian Studies , 7 pp. 5-14.

Carter, RA; (2002) Ubaid Period Communication and Emulation in the Arabian Gulf. Presented at: 3rd International Congress on the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East, Institut d'Art et d'Archéologie, Paris.

Carter, RA; (2002) Ubaid-Period Trade and Seafaring in the Arabian Gulf. [Lecture]. Presented at: Gertrude Bell Memorial Lecture, British Academy, London.

Carter, RA; (2002) Ubaid-period boat remains from As-Sabiyah: excavations by the British Archaeological Expedition to Kuwait. Proceedings of the Seminar for Arabian Studies , 32 pp. 13-30.

Carter, RA; Crawford, H; (2002) The Kuwaiti-British Archaeological Expedition to As-Sabiyah: report on the third season’s work. Iraq , LXIV pp. 1-13.

Carter, RA; Evans, G; Kirkham, A; (2002) Ubaid-period boat remains from As-Sabiyah: excavations by the British Archaeological Expedition to Kuwait. GeoArabia , 7 pp. 603-620.

Crew, P; Rehren, T; (2002) High-temperature workshop residues from Tara: iron, bronze, glass. In: Discovery, P, (ed.) Discovery Programme Reports 6. (pp. 83-103). Royal Irish Academy/Discovery Programme: Dublin.


Dobreva, M; Sotirova, K; Sameva, A; (2002) New Publishing Models for the Slavonic Mediaeval Manuscripts. In: Carvalho, JA and Hübler, AC and Baptista, AA, (eds.) Verlag für Wissenschaft und Forschung


Martinón-Torres, M; Rehren, T; (2002) Agricola and Zwickau: theory and practice of Renaissance brass production in SE Germany. Historical Metallurgy , 36 (part 2) pp. 95-111.


Nesta, F; (2002) The myth of the 'triple-headed monster': The economics of the three-volume novel. Publishing History (52)


Palumbo, G; (2002) Sheltering an archaeological structure in Petra A case-study of criteria, concepts, and implementation. Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites , 5 (1-2) pp. 35-44. 10.1179/cma.2002.5.1-2.35.


Rehren, T; Vanhove, D; Mussche, H; (2002) Ores from the ore washeries in the Lavriotiki. Metalla , 9 pp. 27-46.

Rye, G; Worton, M; (2002) Unnatural women and uncomfortable readers? Clotilde Escalle's tales of transgression. In: Rye, G and Worton, M, (eds.) Women's Writing in Contemporary France: New Writers, New Literatures in the 1990's. (pp. 207-221). Manchester University Press: Manchester, UK.


Shugar, A; Rehren, T; (2002) Formation and composition of glass as a function of firing temperature. Glass Technology , 43C pp. 145-150.

Smart, A; (2002) Hugo Visionnaire: Realism and Symbolism of the Myth of Paris. In: Saxton, L and Kemp, S, (eds.) Seeing Things. Peter Lang: Oxford.


Teutonico, JM; Palumbo, G; University, LM; (2002) Management Planning for Archaeological Sites An International Workshop Organized by the Getty Conservation Institute and Loyola Marymount University, 19-22 May 2000, Corinth, Greece. Getty Publications


Worton, M; (2002) Whose body is it anyway? Reading Hervé Guibert/ Seeing him and his works. Journal of the Institute of Romance Studies , 8 pp. 292-306.

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