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Arbuckle, BS; Kansa, SW; Kansa, E; Orton, D; Cakırlar, C; Gourichon, L; ... Würtenberger, D; + view all (2014) Data sharing reveals complexity in the westward spread of domestic animals across neolithic Turkey. PLoS One , 9 (6) , Article e99845 . 10.1371/journal.pone.0099845. Green open access

Baird, D; Garrard, A; Martin, LA; Wright, KI; (1992) Prehistoric environment and settlement in the Azraq Basin: an interim report on the 1989 excavation season. Levant , 24 1 - 31.

Betts, A; Helms, S; Lancaster, W; Jones, E; Lupton, A; Martin, LA; Matsaert, F; (1990) The Burqu'/Ruweishid Project: preliminary report on the 1988 field season. Levant , 22 1 - 20.

Edwards, CJ; Bradley, DG; MacHugh, DE; Dobney, KM; Martin, L; Russell, N; ... Vigne, J-D; + view all (2004) Ancient DNA analysis of 101 cattle remains: Limits and prospects. Journal of Archaeological Science , 31 (8) 695 - 710. 10.1016/j.jas.2003.11.001.

Edwards, CJ; MacHugh, DE; Dobney, KM; Martin, L; Russell, N; Horwitz, LK; ... Bradley, DG; + view all (2004) Ancient DNA analysis of 101 cattle remains: limits and prospects. J ARCHAEOL SCI , 31 (6) 695 - 710. 10.1016/j.jas.2003.11.001.

Edwards, Y; Martin, LA; (2007) Fauna from the Natufian and PPNA Cave Site of Iraq ed-Dubb in Highland Jordan. Paleorient , 33 (1) 143 - 174.

Farid, S; Martin, L; (2008) The Institute of Archaeology research teams at Çatalhöyük. Archaeology International , 11 23 - 27.

Garrard, A; Baird, D; Colledge, S; Martin, LA; Wright, KI; (1994) Prehistoric environment and settlement in the Azraq Basin: an interim report on the 1987 and 1988 excavation seasons. Levant , 26 73 - 109.

Henton, E; MCorriston, J; Martin, L; Oches, EA; (2014) Seasonal aggregation and ritual slaughter: Isotopic and dental microwear evidence for cattle herder mobility in the Arabian Neolithic. JOURNAL OF ANTHROPOLOGICAL ARCHAEOLOGY , 33 119 - 131. 10.1016/j.jaa.2013.12.004.

Hillson, SW; Waldron, HA; Martin, LA; Owen-Smith, B; (1999) The bones from Benjamin Franklin's house at Craven Street, London. AM J PHYS ANTHROPOL 153 - 153.

Hillson, SW; Waldron, HA; Owen-Smith, BA; Martin, LA; (1999) Benjamin Franklin, William Hewson and the Craven Street Bones. Archaeology International (Issue) 14 - 16.

Horwitz, L; Tchernov, E; Ducos, P; Becker, C; von den Driesch, A; Martin, LA; Garrard, A; (1999) Animal domestication in the southern Levant. Paleorient , 25 (2) 63 - 80.

Maher, LA; Richter, T; Macdonald, D; Jones, MD; Martin, L; Stock, JT; (2012) Twenty Thousand-Year-Old Huts at a Hunter-Gatherer Settlement in Eastern Jordan. PLOS ONE , 7 (2) , Article e31447. 10.1371/journal.pone.0031447. Green open access

Martin, L; (2000) Gazelle (Gazella spp.) behavioural ecology: predicting animal behaviour for prehistoric environments in south-west Asia. J ZOOL , 250 13 - 30.


Martin, L; Edwards, Y; Garrard, A; (2013) Broad spectrum or specialised activity? Birds and tortoises at the Epipalaeolithic site of Wadi Jilat 22 in the eastern Jordan steppe. ANTIQUITY , 87 (337) 649 - 665.

Martin, L; Edwards, Y; Garrard, A; (2010) Hunting practices at an eastern Jordanian epipalaeolithic aggregation site: The case of Kharaneh IV. Levant , 42 (2) 107 - 135. 10.1179/175638010X12797237885613.

Martin, L; Meskell, L; (2012) Animal figurines from neolithic Çatalhöyük: Figural and faunal perspectives. Cambridge Archaeological Journal , 22 (3) 401 - 419. 10.1017/S0959774312000479.

Martin, LA; (2012) UCL Institute of Archaeology Research Networks. Archaeology International , 15 40 - 43.

Martin, LA; (2003) Terrestrial Mammal Remains from Bronze Age HD1, Ra’s al Hadd, Oman. Journal of Oman Studies , 12 169 - 180.

Martin, LA; (2001) Hunting, herding, feasting: animal use at Neolithic Catalhoyuk, Turkey. Archaeology International (2000/1) 39 - 42.

Martin, LA; (2000) Mammal remains from the eastern Jordanian Neolithic, and the nature of caprine herding in the steppe. Paleorient , 25 (2) 87 - 104.

Martin, LA; (1998) Consuming Passions and Patterns of Consumption, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research and Department of Archaeology, University of Cambridge, 20th September 1997. Papers from the Institute of Archaeology , 9 71 - 73. 10.5334/pia.121. Green open access

Martin, LA; (1997) Book Review: Digging Through Darkness – Chronicles of an Archaeologist, Carmel Schrire. Journal of Archaeological Science , 24 1163 - 1164.

Martin, LA; (1995) Whither Environmental Archaeology? Luff, R. Rowley-Conwy, P (Eds). Book Review. Antiquity , 69 421 - 423.

Martin, LA; McCorriston, J; Crassard, R; (2009) The earliest domesticates in southern Arabia, seen from the site of Manayzah in Wadi Sana. Proceedings of the Seminar for Arabian Studies , 39 271 - 282.

McCorriston, J; Harrower, M; Martin, L; Oches, E; (2012) Cattle cults of the Arabian Neolithic and early territorial societies. Am Anthropol , 114 (1) 45 - 63.

Pearson, JA; Buitenhuis, H; Hedges, REM; Martin, L; Russell, N; Twiss, KC; (2007) New light on early caprine herding strategies from isotope analysis: a case study from Neolithic Anatolia. J ARCHAEOL SCI , 34 (12) 2170 - 2179. 10.1016/j.jas.2007.09.001.

Richards, MP; Pearson, JA; Molleson, TI; Russell, N; Martin, L; (2003) Stable isotope evidence of diet at Neolithic Catalhoyuk, Turkey. J ARCHAEOL SCI , 30 (1) 67 - 76. 10.1006/jasc.2001.0825.

Richter, T; Allcock, S; Jones, M; Maher, L; Martin, L; Stock, J; Thorne, B; (2010) New Light on Final Pleistocene Settlement Diversity in the Azraq Basin (Jordan): Recent Excavations at ‘Ayn Qasiyya. Paléorient , 35 (2) 49 - 68.

Russell, N; Martin, L; Buitenhuis, H; (2005) Cattle domestication at Catalhoyuk revisited. CURR ANTHROPOL , 46 S101 - S108.

Russell, N; Martin, L; Twiss, K; (2009) Building memories: commemorative deposits at Çatalhöyük. Anthropozoologica , 44 (1) 103 - 128.

Russell, N.; Martin, L.; Buitenhuis, H.; (2005) Cattle domestication at Çatalhöyük revisited. Current Anthropology , 46 (s5) S101-S108. 10.1086/497664.

Twiss, KC; Bogaard, A; Charles, M; Henecke, J; Russell, N; Martin, L; Jones, G; (2009) Plants and Animals Together Interpreting Organic Remains from Building 52 at Catalhoyuk. CURR ANTHROPOL , 50 (6) 885 - 895. 10.1086/644767.

Wang, H; Martin, L; Hu, S; Wang, W; (2012) Pig domestication and husbandry practices in the middle Neolithic of the Wei River Valley, northwest China: evidence from linear enamel hypoplasia. JOURNAL OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL SCIENCE , 39 (12) 3662 - 3670. 10.1016/j.jas.2012.06.030.

Wang, H; Martin, L; Wang, W; Hu, S; (2013) Morphometric Analysis of Sus Remains from Neolithic Sites in the Wei River Valley, China, with Implications for Domestication. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 10.1002/oa.2360.


Buitenhuis, H and Choyke, AM and Martin, LA and Bartosiewicz, L and Mashkour, ME (Eds). (2005) Archaeozoology of the Near East VI: Proceedings of the sixth international symposium on the archaeozoology of southwestern Asia and adjacent areas. ARC Publications 123. ARC Publications: Groningen.

Betts, AVG; Cropper, D; Martin, L; McCartney, C; (2013) The later Prehistory of the Badia. Levant Supplementary Series 11. Oxbow: Oxford.

Book chapter

Baird, D; Fairbairn, A; Martin, L; Middleton, C; (2012) The Boncuklu Project: the origins of sedentism, cultivation and herding in central Anatolia. In: Özdoğan, M and Başgelen, N and Kuniholm, P and 219, 2, (eds.) The Neolithic in Turkey: new excavations and new research – Central Turkey, vol 3. (219 - 244). Archaeology and Art Publications: Istanbul.

Edwards, Y; Martin, L; (2013) Animal Bones and Archaeozoological Analysis. In: Wadi Hammeh 27, an early Natufian Settlement at Pella in Jordan. (321 - 352). Koninklijke Brill NV: Leiden/Boston.

Edwards, Y; Martin, LA; (2007) The Microfaunal Remains. In: Finlayson, B and Mithen, S, (eds.) The Early Prehistory of Wadi Faynan, southern Jordan: archaeological surveys of Wadis Faynan, Ghuwayr and Al Bustan and Evaluation. Oxbow Books: Oxford.

Edwards, Y; Martin, LA; Animal Remains and Archaeozoological Analysis. In: Edwards, PC, (ed.) Wadi Hammeh 27: - an early Natufian site at Pella in Jordan.

Garrard, A; Colledge, S; Martin, LA; (1996) The emergence of crop cultivation and caprine herding in the "marginal zone" of the southern Levant. In: Harris, D, (ed.) The origins and spread of agriculture and pastoralism in Eurasia. (204 - 226). University College London: London.

Martin, LA; (1998) The Animal Bones. In: Betts, AVG, (ed.) The Harra and the Hamad: excavations and surveys in eastern Jordan, Volume 1. (159 - 184). Sheffield Archaeological Monographs, 9: Sheffield.

Martin, LA; Edwards, Y; (2013) Diverse Strategies: evaluating the appearance and spread of domestic caprines in the southern Levant. In: Colledge, S and Conolly, J and Dobney, K and Manning, K and Shennan, S, (eds.) The Origins and Spread of Domestic Animals in Southwest Asia and Europe. (49 - 82). Left Coast Press

Martin, LA; Russell, N; (2006) The Equid Remains from Neolithic Çatalhöyük, Central Anatolia: A Preliminary Report. In: Olsen, SL and Grant, S and Choyke, AM and Bartosiewicz, L, (eds.) Horses and Humans: The Evolution of Human-Equine Relationships. (115 - 126). Archaeopress: Oxford.

Martin, LA; Russell, N; (2000) Trashing Rubbish. In: Hodder, I, (ed.) Towards reflexive method in archaeology: the example at Catalhoyuk. (57 - 69). McDonald Institute Monographs & British Institute of Archaeolog

Martin, LA; Russell, N; (1997) Surface Material: Animal Bone and Worked Bone. In: Hodder, I, (ed.) On the surface:Catalhoyuk 1993-95. (199 - 214). McDonald Institute and British Institute of Archaeology at Anka: Cambridge/London.

Martin, LA; Russell, N; Carruthers, D; (2002) Animal remains from the central Anatolian Neolithic. In: Gerard, F and Thissen, L, (eds.) The Neolithic of Central Anatolia: Internal Developments and External Relations during the 9th-6th Millennia cal BC. (193 - 206). Ege Yayinlari: Istanbul.

McCorriston, J; Martin, LA; (2009) Southern Arabia's early pastoral population history: some recent evidence. In: Petraglia, M and Rose, J, (eds.) The Evolution of Human Populations in Arabia. (237 - 250). Springer Academic Publishers

Russell, N; Martin, L; (2012) Cooking Meat and Bones at Neolithic Çatalhöyük, Turkey. In: Graff, SR and Rodríguez-Alegría, E, (eds.) The Menial Art of Cooking: Archaeological Studies of Cooking and Food Preparation. (87 - 97). University Press of Colorado: Boulder.

Russell, N; Martin, LA; (2005) Çatalhöyük mammal remains. In: Hodder, I, (ed.) Inhabiting Catalhoyuk: Reports from the 1995-1999 Seasons. (33 - 98). McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research: Cambridge.

Russell, N; Martin, LA; (2000) Neolithic Catalhoyuk: preliminary zooarchaeological results from the renewed excavations. In: Mashkour, M and Choyke, A and Buitenhuis, H and Poplin, F, (eds.) Archaeozoology of the Near East, IV. (164 - 170). ARC Publicatie, 32: Groningen.


Orton, DC; Russell, N; Twiss, K; Martin, L; Frame, S; (2013) Çatalhöyük Zooarchaeology. Open Context: Open Context.

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