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Article

Palumbo, G; Stanley Price, N; Williams, T; (2008) Managing archaeological sites and landscapes. Archaeology International , 10 ((2006/07)) 15 - 16.

Perring, D; Seeden, H; Sheehan, P;; Williams, T; (1998) Archaeological Excavations in the Souks Area of Downtown Beirut. Interim Report of the AUB Project BEY 006 1994-1995. Bulletin d'Arch�ologie et d'Architecture Libanaises

Perring, D; Williams, T; (1996) Archaeological Work on the Souks Site, Beirut Central District. National Museum News , 3 22 - 24.

Williams, T; (2012) Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Photography: Exploring the Medieval City of Merv, on the Silk Roads of Central Asia. Archaeology International , 15 54 - 68. 10.5334/ai.1522. Gold open access
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Williams, T; (2011) The curious tale of Preah Vihear: the process and value of World Heritage nomination. [Editorial comment]. Conservation and management of archaeological sites , 13 (1) 1 - 7. 10.1179/175355211X13097877338851. Green open access
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Williams, T; (2010) Melaka and World Heritage Status. Conservation and management of archaeological sites , 12 (3) 197 - 208.

Williams, T; (2008) The landscapes of Islamic Merv, Turkmenistan: Where to draw the line? Internet Archaeology , 25 10.11141/ia.25.1.

Williams, T; (2006) The current situation of Cultural Resource Management in the UK. The World of Cultural Heritage , 22 4 - 7.

Williams, T; (2006) Training courses at the Old Silk Road city of Merv, Turkmenistan. Archaeology International , 9 53 - 57. 10.5334/ai.0914. Green and gold open access
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Williams, T; (2004) Conservation issues of Ancient Merv monuments. MIRAS , 14 140 - 144.

Williams, T; (2003) Ancient Merv, Turkmenistan: research, conservation and management at a World Heritage Site. Archaeology International (6) 40 - 43. 10.5334/ai.0612. Green and gold open access
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Williams, T; (2002) Ancient Merv: Queen of Cities. World Heritage , 24 4 - 15.

Williams, T; (2002) Ancient Merv: report on the 2001 field season. Iran , 40 9 - 57.

Williams, T; (1990) The foundation and early development of Roman London - a social context. Antiquity , 64 (244) 599 - 607.

Williams, T; (1984) Excavations at 25-26 Lime Street. London Archaeologist , 4 (16) 426 - 430.

Williams, T; Kurbansakhatov, K; (2003) The Ancient Merv Project, Turkmenistan: preliminary report on the second season (2002). Iran , 41 139 - 170.

Williams, T; Wordsworth, P; (2010) Merv to the Oxus: a desert survey of routes and surviving archaeology. Archaeology International , 12 27 - 30. 10.5334/ai.1207. Green and gold open access
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Williams, TD; (2013) Syria: A Loss of Faith. Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites , 15 (3-4) 231 - 235.

Williams, TD; The Islamic cities of Ancient Merv, Turkmenistan. Journal of Open Archaeology Data (In press).

Book

Perring, D; Seeden, H; Williams, T; (1995) Urban Archaeology '94. Directorate General of Antiquities, Lebanon: Beirut.

Williams, T; (1993) Public buildings in the south-west quarter of Roman London. CBA Research Reports: Vol.88. Council for British Archaeology: London. Green open access
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Williams, T; The development of Roman London East of the Walbrook. The Archaeology of Roman London 4. MoLA Monographs: London.

Williams, TD; (2014) The Silk Roads: an ICOMOS thematic study. ICOMOS: Paris. Green open access
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Williams, TD; (2014) The Silk Roads: an ICOMOS thematic study. ICOMOS: Paris.

Book chapter

Pearson, N; Williams, T; (1993) Single-context planning: its role in onsite recording procedures and in post-excavation analysis at York. In: Brown III, MR and Brown, GJ, (eds.) Practices of Archaeological Stratigraphy. (89 - 103). Academic Press: London.

Perring, D; Thorpe, R; Williams, T; (2006) The Beirut Souks excavations. In: Jennings, S, (ed.) Vessel glass from Beirut: BEY006, 007 and 045. (8 - 26). American University of Beirut: Beirut.

van der Linde, S; Williams, T; (2006) Archaeological site management: theory, strategies and implementation for the archaeological landscapes of Jericho. In: Nigro, L and Taha, H, (eds.) Tell es-Sultan/Jericho in the Context of the Jordan Valley. Site Management, Conservation and Sustainable Development. (111 - 144). Roma La Sapienza: Rome.

Williams, T; (2007) The city of Sultan Kala, Merv, Turkmenistan: communities, neighbourhoods and urban planning from the eighth to the thirteenth century. In: Bennison, AK and Gascoigne, A, (eds.) UNSPECIFIED (42 - 62). Routledge: London.

Williams, T; (2007) Niuheliang, Liaoning Province, People’s Republic of China: strategies for the management of a complex cultural landscape. In: Pomeroy-Kellinger, M and Scott, I, (eds.) Recent developments in research and management at World Heritage Sites. (55 - 64). Oxford Archaeology: Oxford.

Williams, T; (2003) Water and the Roman city: life in Roman London. In: Wilson, P, (ed.) The archaeology of Roman towns: studies in honour of John S Wacher. (242 - 250). Oxbow Books: Oxford.

Williams, T; Swain, H; (2008) The population of Roman London. In: Clark, J and Cotton, J and Hall, J and Sherris, R and Swain, H, (eds.) Londinium and beyond. Essays on Roman London and its hinterland for Harvey Sheldon. (33 - 40). Council for British Archaeology: York.

WILLIAMS, TD; (2011) The Ancient Merv project (2001-2003). In: Mamedov, M and Muradov, R, (eds.) Historical and cultural sites of Turkmenistan: discoveries, researches and restoration for 20 years of independence. (381 - 396). Turkmen State publishing service: Ashgabat.

Other

Williams, T; (1999) Exploring our Past 1998: implementation plan. English Heritage, London.

Williams, T; (1997) English Heritage Research Agenda. UNSPECIFIED

Williams, T; (1986) Excavations at 25-26 Lime Street (LIM83). UNSPECIFIED

Williams, T; Cocroft, W; (1986) Excavations at 27-30 Lime Street (IME83). UNSPECIFIED

Proceedings paper

Ziebart, M; Dare, P; Williams, T; Herrmann, G; (2002) Acquisition, registration and application of IKONOS space imagery for the cultural World Heritage at Merv, Turkmenistan. In: (Proceedings) Space Applications for Heritage Conservation Conference. (pp. 1 - 8).

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