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Professor Colin Renfrew (Lord Renfrew of Kaimsthorn)

Professor Colin Renfrew, (Lord Renfrew of Kaimsthorn)

Senior Fellow of the McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research

Formerly Disney Professor of Archaeology and Director of the McDonald Institute

Office: 3.2
West Building

Office Phone: 01223 33353

Research Interests

  • Theory of archaeology
  • European prehistory (especially the Aegean)
  • Archaeological science (with particular interest in DNA and molecular genetics)
  • Origins of linguistic diversity

Key Publications

[1]

Brotherton P., Haak W., Templeton J., Brandt G., Soubrier J., Jane Adler C., Richards S.M., Sarkissian C.D., Ganslmeier R., Friederich S., Dresely V., Van Oven M., Kenyon R., Van Der Hoek M.B., Korlach J., Luong K., Ho S.Y.W., Quintana-Murci L., Behar D.M., Meller H., Alt K.W., Cooper A., Adhikarla S., Ganesh Prasad A.K., Pitchappan R., Varatharajan Santhakumari A., Balanovska E., Balanovsky O., Bertranpetit J., Comas D., Martínez-Cruz B., Melé M., Clarke A.C., Matisoo-Smith E.A., Dulik M.C., Gaieski J.B., Owings A.C., Schurr T.G., Vilar M.G., Hobbs A., Soodyall H., Javed A., Parida L., Platt D.E., Royyuru A.K., Jin L., Li S., Kaplan M.E., Merchant N.C., John Mitchell R., Renfrew C., Lacerda D.R., Santos F.R., Soria Hernanz D.F., Spencer Wells R., Swamikrishnan P., Tyler-Smith C., Paulo Vieira P. and Ziegle J.S. (2013). Neolithic mitochondrial haplogroup H genomes and the genetic origins of Europeans. Nature Communications DOI: 10.1038/ncomms2656.

[2]

C. Renfrew, O. Philaniotou, N. Brodie, G. Gavalas and M.J. Boyd (eds.), (2013). The settlement at Dhaskalio. (McDonald Institute Monograph Series.) Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research.

[3]

Renfrew C.(2010). Archaeogenetics - Towards a 'New Synthesis'?. CURR BIOL, 20(4), R162-R165. DOI: 10.1016/j.cub.2009.11.056.

[4]

Renfrew C., Frith C.D. and Malafouris L. (2008). The Sapient Mind.

Other Publications

Books

[1]

Renfrew C. (2014). Foreword: The silk roads before silk.

[2]

Renfrew C. and Bahn P.G. (2013). The Cambridge World Prehistory 3 Volume HB Set. Cambridge University Press.

[3]

Renfrew C. (2008). Prehistory. Phoenix.

 

Edited books

[1]

L. Malafouris and C. Renfrew (eds.), (2010). The Cognitive Life of Things. Recasting the Boundaries of the Mind. (McDonald Institute Monographs.) Cambridge: McDonald Institure for Archeological Research.

[2]

E. DeMarrais, C. Gosden and A.C. Renfrew (eds.), (2004). Rethinking Materiality: The Engagement of Mind with the Material World. Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research.

 

Articles & Chapters

[1]

Sandoval J.R., Lacerda D.R., Acosta O., Jota M.S., Robles-Ruiz P., Salazar-Granara A., Vieira P.P.R., Paz-y-Miño C., Fujita R., Santos F.R., Jin L., Li H., Li S., Swamikrishnan P., Javed A., Parida L., Royyuru A.K., Mitchell R.J., Zalloua P.A., Adhikarla S., Kumar A., Prasad G., Pitchappan R., Santhakumari A.V., Valampuri K., Wells R.S., Vilar M.G., Soodyall H., Balanovska E., Balanovsky O., Tyler-Smith C., Bertranpetit J., Comas D., Cooper A., Haak W., Kaplan M.E., Merchant N.C., Renfrew C., Clarke A.C., Matisoo-Smith E.A., Gaieski J.B. and Schurr T.G. (2016). The Genetic History of Peruvian Quechua-Lamistas and Chankas: Uniparental DNA Patterns among Autochthonous Amazonian and Andean Populations. Annals of Human Genetics, 80(2), 88-101. DOI: 10.1111/ahg.12145.

[2]

Kushniarevich A., Utevska O., Chuhryaeva M., Agdzhoyan A., Dibirova K., Uktveryte I., Möls M., Mulahasanovic L., Pshenichnov A., Frolova S., Shanko A., Metspalu E., Reidla M., Tambets K., Tamm E., Koshel S., Zaporozhchenko V., Atramentova L., Kučinskas V., Davydenko O., Goncharova O., Evseeva I., Churnosov M., Pocheshchova E., Yunusbayev B., Khusnutdinova E., Marjanović D., Rudan P., Rootsi S., Yankovsky N., Endicott P., Kassian A., Dybo A., Tyler-Smith C., Balanovska E., Metspalu M., Kivisild T., Villems R., Balanovsky O., Jin L., Li H., Li S., Swamikrishnan P., Javed A., Parida L., Royyuru A.K., Mitchell R.J., Zalloua P.A., Adhikarla S., Kumar A., Prasad G., Pitchappan R., Santhakumari A.V., Wells R.S., Vilar M.G., Soodyall H., Lacerda D.R., Santos F.R., Bertranpetit J., Haber M., Melé M., Adler C.J., Cooper A., Der Sarkissian C.S.I., Haak W., Kaplan M.E., Merchant N.C., Renfrew C., Clarke A.C., Matisoo-Smith E.A., Gaieski J.B., Owings A.C. and Schurr T.G. (2015). Genetic heritage of the balto-slavic speaking populations: A synthesis of autosomal, mitochondrial and Y-chromosomal data. PLoS ONE DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0135820.

[3]

Renfrew C.(2014). Archaeology, the Discipline of Things. JOURNAL OF ANTHROPOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 70(2), 287-288.

[4]

Clarke A.C., Prost S., Stanton J.A., White W.T., Kaplan M.E., Matisoo-Smith E.A. and Genographic Consortium (2014). From cheek swabs to consensus sequences: an A to Z protocol for high-throughput DNA sequencing of complete human mitochondrial genomes.. BMC Genomics DOI: 10.1186/1471-2164-15-68.

[5]

Der Sarkissian C., Brotherton P., Balanovsky O., Templeton J.E., Llamas B., Soubrier J., Moiseyev V., Khartanovich V., Cooper A., Haak W. and Genographic Consortium (2014). Mitochondrial genome sequencing in Mesolithic North East Europe Unearths a new sub-clade within the broadly distributed human haplogroup C1.. PLoS One DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0087612.

[6]

Elhaik E., Tatarinova T., Chebotarev D., Piras I.S., Maria Calò C., De Montis A., Atzori M., Marini M., Tofanelli S., Francalacci P., Pagani L., Tyler-Smith C., Xue Y., Cucca F., Schurr T.G., Gaieski J.B., Melendez C., Vilar M.G., Owings A.C., Gómez R., Fujita R., Santos F.R., Comas D., Balanovsky O., Balanovska E., Zalloua P., Soodyall H., Pitchappan R., Ganeshprasad A., Hammer M., Matisoo-Smith L., Wells R.S. and Genographic Consortium (2014). Geographic population structure analysis of worldwide human populations infers their biogeographical origins.. Nat Commun DOI: 10.1038/ncomms4513.

[7]

Renfrew C. and Forster P. (2014). Tracking prehistoric migrations. ANTIQUITY, 88(340), 658-659.

[8]

Vilar M.G., Melendez C., Sanders A.B., Walia A., Gaieski J.B., Owings A.C., Schurr T.G. and Genographic Consortium (2014). Genetic diversity in Puerto Rico and its implications for the peopling of the Island and the West Indies.. Am J Phys Anthropol, 155(3), 352-368. DOI: 10.1002/ajpa.22569.

[9]

Renfrew C.(2013). Archaeology and Language in the Andes: Some General Models of Change. Archaeology and Language in the Andes. DOI: 10.5871/bacad/9780197265031.003.0002.

[10]

Boattini A., Martinez-Cruz B., Sarno S., Harmant C., Useli A., Sanz P., Yang-Yao D., Manry J., Ciani G., Luiselli D., Quintana-Murci L., Comas D., Pettener D., Adhikarla S., Adler C.J., Balanovska E., Balanovsky O., Bertranpetit J., Clarke A.C., Cooper A., Der Sarkissian C.S.I., Dulik M.C., Gaieski J.B., GaneshPrasad A.K., Haak W., Haber M., Jin L., Kaplan M.E., Li H., Li S., Matisoo-Smith E.A., Merchant N.C., Mitchell R.J., Owings A.C., Parida L., Pitchappan R., Platt D.E., Renfrew C., Lacerda D.R., Royyuru A.K., Santos F.R., Schurr T.G., Soodyall H., Hernanz D.F.S., Swamikrishnan P., Tyler-Smith C., Santhakumari A.V., Vieira P.P., Vilar M.G., Wells R.S., Zalloua P.A. and Ziegle J.S. (2013). Uniparental Markers in Italy Reveal a Sex-Biased Genetic Structure and Different Historical Strata. PLoS ONE DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0065441.

[11]

Renfrew C.(2012). Cyclades. The Oxford Handbook of the Bronze Age Aegean. DOI: 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199873609.013.0006.

[12]

ArunKumar G., Soria-Hernanz D.F., Kavitha V.J., Arun V.S., Syama A., Ashokan K.S., Gandhirajan K.T., Vijayakumar K., Narayanan M., Jayalakshmi M., Ziegle J.S., Royyuru A.K., Parida L., Wells R.S., Renfrew C., Schurr T.G., Smith C.T., Platt D.E. and Pitchappan R. (2012). Population Differentiation of Southern Indian Male Lineages Correlates with Agricultural Expansions Predating the Caste System. PLoS ONE DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0050269.

[13]

Forster P., Hurles M.E., Jansen T., Levine M. and Renfrew C. (2012). Origins of the domestic horse.. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1210326109.

[14]

Renfrew C., Boyd M. and Ramsey C.B. (2012). The oldest maritime sanctuary? Dating the sanctuary at Keros and the Cycladic Early Bronze Age. Antiquity, 86(331), 144-160.

[15]

Renfrew C.(2011). MINOAN KINGSHIP AND THE SOLAR GODDESS A Near Eastern koine. TLS-TIMES LIT SUPPL

[16]

Renfrew C.(2011). Religion in the Emergence of Civilization Catalhoyuk as a Case Study. CURR ANTHROPOL, 52(6), 915-916. DOI: 10.1086/663073.

[17]

Renfrew C.(2011). Celtic from the West: Alternative Perspectives from Archaeology, Genetics, Language and Literature. CAMB ARCHAEOL J, 21(2), 327-328. DOI: 10.1017/S0959774311000370.

[18]

Balanovsky O., Dibirova K., Dybo A., Mudrak O., Frolova S., Pocheshkhova E., Haber M., Platt D., Schurr T., Haak W., Kuznetsova M., Radzhabov M., Balaganskaya O., Romanov A., Zakharova T., Hernanz D.F., Zalloua P., Koshel S., Ruhlen M., Renfrew C., Wells R.S., Tyler-Smith C., Balanovska E. and Genographic Consortium (2011). Parallel Evolution of Genes and Languages in the Caucasus Region. MOL BIOL EVOL, 28(10), 2905-2920. DOI: 10.1093/molbev/msr126.

[19]

Forster P. and Renfrew C. (2011). Mother Tongue and Y Chromosomes. SCIENCE, 333(6048), 1390-1391. DOI: 10.1126/science.1205331.

[20]

Renfrew C.(2010). THE LOST WORLD OF OLD EUROPE The Danube valley, 5000-3500 BC. TLS-TIMES LIT SUPPL

[21]

Papamichelakis G. and Renfrew C. (2010). Hearsay About the "Keros Hoard". AM J ARCHAEOL, 114(1), 181-185.

[22]

Renfrew C.(2009). The Acquisition and Exhibition of Classical Antiquities. Professional, Legal, and Ethical Perspectives. CLASSICAL REV, 59(2), 574-576. DOI: 10.1017/S0009840X09001164.

[23]

Renfrew C.(2009). 1859+150: Time depth and process. ANTIQUITY, 83(320), 499-501.

[24]

Renfrew C.(2009). Origins and Revolutions: Human Identity in Earliest Prehistory. CAMB ARCHAEOL J, 19(2), 286-287. DOI: 10.1017/S095977430900047X.

[25]

Renfrew C.(2009). ARCHAEOLOGY INTRODUCTION. RADIOCARBON, 51(1), 121-122.

[26]

Renfrew C.(2009). ANTHROPOLOGY Where Bacteria and Languages Concur. SCIENCE, 323(5913), 467-468. DOI: 10.1126/science.1168953.

[27]

Renfrew C.(2009). Demography and Archaeology. HUM BIOL, 81(2-3), 381-384.

[28]

Renfrew C.(2008). The Keros Hoard: Remaining questions. AM J ARCHAEOL, 112(2), 295-298.

[29]

Renfrew C.(2008). Who Owns Antiquity? Museums and the Battle over our Ancient Heritage. BURLINGTON MAG, 150(1268), 768.

[30]

Malafouris L. and Renfrew C. (2008). Steps to a 'Neuroarchaeology' of Mind, part 1 Introduction. CAMB ARCHAEOL J, 18(3), 381-385. DOI: 10.1017/S0959774308000425.

[31]

Renfrew C., Frith C. and Malafouris L. (2008). Introduction. The sapient mind: archaeology meets neuroscience.. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci, 363(1499), 1935-1938. DOI: 10.1098/rstb.2008.0016.

[32]

Hanks B.K., Epimakhov A.V. and Renfrew A.C. (2007). Towards a refined chronology for the Bronze Age of the southern Urals, Russia. ANTIQUITY, 81(312), 353-367.

[33]

Hudjashov G., Kivisild T., Underhill P.A., Endicott P., Sanchez J.J., Lin A.A., Shen P., Oefner P., Renfrew C., Villems R. and Forster P. (2007). Revealing the prehistoric settlement of Australia by Y chromosome and mtDNA analysis.. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 104(21), 8726-8730. DOI: 10.1073/pnas.0702928104.

[34]

Renfrew C.(2006). Brief reply to Leo. S. Klejn. Antiquity, 80(310), 985-986.

[35]

Renfrew C.(2006). Figures, figurines and Colin Renfrew - Brief reply to Leo S. Klejn. ANTIQUITY, 80(310), 985-986.

[36]

Renfrew C.(2006). Inception of agriculture and rearing in the Middle East. CR PALEVOL, 5(1-2), 395-404. DOI: 10.1016/j.crpv.2005.10.012.

[37]

Renfrew C.(2005). 'Indo-European' designates languages: not pots and not institutions. ANTIQUITY, 79(305), 692-693.

[38]

Brodie N. and Renfrew C. (2005). Looting and the world's archaeological heritage: The inadequate response. ANNU REV ANTHROPOL, 34, 343-361. DOI: 10.1146/annurev.anthro.34.081804.120551.

[39]

Haak W., Forster P., Bramanti B., Matsumura S., Brandt G., Tanzer M., Villems R., Renfrew C., Gronenborn D., Alt K.W. and Burger J. (2005). Ancient DNA from the first European farmers in 7500-year-old Neolithic sites. SCIENCE, 310(5750), 1016-1018. DOI: 10.1126/science.1118725.

[40]

Renfrew C.(2003). After the ice: A global human history, 20,000-5,000 BC. TLS-TIMES LIT SUPPL

[41]

Cunliffe B., Renfrew C., Gosden C. and Geake H. (2003). The British Museum at 250. ANTIQUITY, 77(298), 828-833.

[42]

Hurles M.E., Maund E., Nicholson J., Bosch E., Renfrew C., Sykes B.C. and Jobling M.A. (2003). Native American Y chromosomes in Polynesia: The genetic impact of the Polynesian slave trade. AM J HUM GENET, 72(5), 1282-1287.

[43]

O'Connell T.C., Levine M.A. and Hedges R.E.M. (2003). The importance of fish in the diet of central Eurasian peoples from the Mesolithic to the Early Iron Age. M.A. Levine, A.C. Renfrew and K. Boyle (eds.), Prehistoric Steppe Adaptation and the Horse. (McDonald Institute Monograph.) Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research. 253-268.

[44]

Janik L.D.(2002). Wandering weed: The journey of buckwheat (Fagopyrum sp.) as an indicator of human movement in Eurasia. K.V. Boyle, C. Renfrew and M.A. Levine (eds.), Ancient Interactions: East and West in Eurasia. Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research. 299-308.

[45]

Renfrew C.(2002). Antiquity and the scope of archaeology. ANTIQUITY, 76(294), 1067-1071.

[46]

Renfrew C.(2002). An island archaeology of the early Cyclades. J HELLENIC STUD, 122, 195-197.

[47]

Renfrew C.(2002). Keos, vol IX, Ayia Irini: Periods I-III. The Neolithic and Early Bronze Age settlements, pt 1, The pottery and small finds. J HELLENIC STUD, 122, 197-199.

[48]

Hurles M.E., Nicholson J., Bosch E., Renfrew C., Sykes B.C. and Jobling M.A. (2002). Y chromosomal evidence for the origins of Oceanic-speaking peoples. GENETICS, 160(1), 289-303.

[49]

Jansen T., Forster P., Levine M.A., Oelke H., Hurles M., Renfrew C., Weber J. and Olek K. (2002). Mitochondrial DNA and the origins of the domestic horse. P NATL ACAD SCI USA, 99(16), 10905-10910. DOI: 10.1073/pnas.152330099.

[50]

Renfrew C.(2001). Production and consumption in a sacred economy: The material correlates of high devotional expression at Chaco Canyon. AM ANTIQUITY, 66(1), 14-25.

[51]

Renfrew C.(2001). The seven daughters of Eve. TLS-TIMES LIT SUPPL

[52]

Renfrew C.(2001). From black land to fifth sun: The science of sacred sites. J WORLD HIST, 12(2), 450-452.

[53]

Renfrew C.(2001). From molecular genetics to archaeogenetics. P NATL ACAD SCI USA, 98(9), 4830-4832.

[54]

Forster P., Torroni A., Renfrew C. and Rohl A. (2001). Phylogenetic star contraction applied to Asian and Papuan mtDNA evolution. MOL BIOL EVOL, 18(10), 1864-1881.

[55]

Renfrew C.(2000). The AHRB and the funding of archaeology, part 4. ANTIQUITY, 74(284), 348.

[56]

Renfrew C.(2000). The Atlantic Neolithic and origins of Megalithism. ANTIQUITY, 74(285), 726-728.

[57]

Renfrew C.(2000). The potential contribution of molecular genetics towards the linguistic and population history of the Mediterranean islands. Journal of Cultural Heritage

[58]

Renfrew C.(2000). Western sepulchres and the origins of Megalithism (9000-3500 BCE). ANTIQUITY, 74(285), 726-728.

[59]

Renfrew C.(2000). At the edge of knowability: Towards a prehistory of languages. CAMB ARCHAEOL J, 10(1), 7-34.

[60]

Renfrew C.(2000). A thieves' kitchen: Archaeology's grim predicament. TLS-TIMES LIT SUPPL

[61]

Renfrew C.(2000). The France of dolmens and group burials, 4500-200 BCE. ANTIQUITY, 74(285), 726-728.

[62]

Renfrew C.(2000). Atlantic and Ethiopian Megalithisms. ANTIQUITY, 74(285), 726-728.

[63]

Renfrew C., Forster P. and Hurles M. (2000). The past within us. NAT GENET, 26(3), 253-254.

[64]

Renfrew C.(1999). Time depth, convergence theory, and innovation in Proto-Indo-European: "Old Europe' as a PIE linguistic area. J INDO-EUR STUD, 27(3-4), 257-293.

[65]

Bradman N., Sykes B., Renfrew C. and Pluciennik M. (1999). The molecular genetics of European ancestry - Discussion. PHILOS T R SOC B, 354(1379), 138-139.

[66]

Millard A., MacHugh D., Harris D.R., Jones M., Eglinton G. and Renfrew C. (1999). Early medieval cattle remains from a Scandinavian settlement in Dublin: Genetic analysis and comparison with extant breeds - Discussion. PHILOS T R SOC B, 354(1379), 108-109.

[67]

Renfrew C. and Thompson M. (1999). The catalogues of the Pitt-Rivers Museum, Farnham, Dorset. ANTIQUITY, 73(280), 377-393.

[68]

Renfrew C.(1998). From here to ethnicity: Discussion of 'Ethnic Identity in Greek Antiquity', by Jonathan M. Hall. CAMB ARCHAEOL J, 8(2), 275-277.

[69]

Renfrew C.(1998). The rise and fall of languages. CAMB ARCHAEOL J, 8(2), 294-298.

[70]

Renfrew C.(1998). Re-examining prehistory - Books that altered the archaeological landscape. ARCHAEOLOGY, 51(5), 87-89.

[71]

Renfrew C.(1998). Word of Minos: The Minoan contribution to Mycenaean Greek and the linguistic geography of the Bronze Age Aegean. CAMB ARCHAEOL J, 8(2), 239-264.

[72]

Renfrew C.(1998). Comments on Cavalli-Sforza and Otte. J ANTHROPOL RES, 54(3), 417-419.

[73]

Renfrew C.(1997). Early civilizations: Ancient Egypt in context - Trigger,BG. AM J ARCHAEOL, 101(1), 164.

[74]

Renfrew C.(1997). Guns, germs, and steel: The fates of human societies - Diamond,J. NATURE, 386(6623), 339-340.

[75]

RENFREW C.(1996). STONEHENGE - NEOLITHIC MAN AND THE COSMOS - NORTH,J. TLS-TIMES LIT SUPPL

[76]

Renfrew C.(1996). Kings, tree rings and the Old World. NATURE, 381(6585), 733-734.

[77]

RENFREW C.(1994). WORLD LINGUISTIC DIVERSITY. SCI AM, 270(1), 116-&.

[78]

RENFREW C.(1994). EXCAVATIONS FRANCHTHI CAVE GREECE. J FIELD ARCHAEOL, 21(3), 378-384.

[79]

BARBUJANI G., PILASTRO A., DEDOMENICO S. and RENFREW C. (1994). GENETIC-VARIATION IN NORTH-AFRICA AND EURASIA - NEOLITHIC DEMIC DIFFUSION VS PALEOLITHIC COLONIZATION. AM J PHYS ANTHROPOL, 95(2), 137-154.

[80]

RENFREW C.(1993). COLLECTORS ARE THE REAL LOOTERS. ARCHAEOLOGY, 46(3), 16-17.

[81]

RENFREW C.(1992). THE FLOOD FROM HEAVEN - DECIPHERING THE ATLANTIS LEGEND - ZANGGER,E. NATURE, 356(6370), 642.

[82]

RENFREW C.(1992). ARCHAEOLOGY, GENETICS AND LINGUISTIC DIVERSITY. MAN, 27(3), 445-478.

[83]

RENFREW A.C.(1990). CLIMATE AND HOLOCENE CULTURE CHANGE - SOME PRACTICAL PROBLEMS. PHILOS T ROY SOC A, 330(1615), 657-663.

[84]

RENFREW C.(1990). A HISTORY OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL THOUGHT - TRIGGER,BG. NATURE, 345(6278), 777.

[85]

RENFREW C.(1990). DEATH, WOMEN AND THE SUN - GOODISON,L. ANTIQUITY, 64(245), 969-970.

[86]

RENFREW C.(1989). ARCHAEOLOGY AND THE METHODOLOGY OF SCIENCE - KELLEY,JH, HANEN,MP. J FIELD ARCHAEOL, 16(4), 467-469.

[87]

RENFREW C.(1989). ON ARCHAEOLOGY AND LANGUAGE - REPLY. CURR ANTHROPOL, 30(1), 77-78.

[88]

RENFREW C.(1989). CHANGE IN LANGUAGE AND CULTURE - REPLY TO COMMENTS. T PHILOL SOC, 87(2), 172-178.

[89]

RENFREW C.(1989). THE ORIGINS OF INDO-EUROPEAN LANGUAGES. SCI AM, 261(4), 106-114.

[90]

RENFREW C.(1989). IN SEARCH OF THE INDO-EUROPEANS - LANGUAGE, ARCHAEOLOGY AND MYTH - MALLORY,JP. ANTIQUITY, 63(241), 843-847.

[91]

RENFREW C.(1988). THE COLLAPSE OF ANCIENT STATES AND CIVILIZATIONS - YOFFEE,N, COWGILL,GL. ANTIQUITY, 62(237), 800-801.

[92]

RENFREW C.(1988). SCULPTORS OF THE CYCLADES - INDIVIDUAL AND TRADITION IN THE 3RD MILLENNIUM BC - GETZPREZIOSI,P. ANTIQUITY, 62(237), 818-820.

[93]

ANTHONY D.W., WAILES B., BALDI P., BARKER G., COLEMAN R., GIMBUTAS M., NEUSTUPNY E., SHERRATT A. and RENFREW C. (1988). ARCHAEOLOGY AND LANGUAGE - THE PUZZLE OF INDO-EUROPEAN ORIGINS - RENFREW,C. CURR ANTHROPOL, 29(3), 437-468.

[94]

DESANCTIS R., DEFINIS G. and RENFREW C. (1988). RENFREW,COLIN + INTERVIEW - IN SEARCH OF SCIENTIFIC ARCHAEOLOGY. REV OCCIDENTE

[95]

RENFREW A.C.(1987). PROBLEMS IN THE MODELING OF SOCIOCULTURAL SYSTEMS. EUR J OPER RES, 30(2), 179-192.

[96]

RENFREW C.(1986). THE STRUCTURE OF ANCIENT WISDOM - COMMENT. J SOC BIOL STRUCT, 9(1), 1-3.

[97]

RENFREW C.(1986). THE MYCENAENS AND EUROPE - HARDING,AF. MAN, 21(1), 143-144.

[98]

Renfrew C.(1986). Comment on 'The structure of ancient wisdom'. Journal of Social and Biological Systems, 9(1), 1-3.

[99]

RENFREW C.(1985). ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXPLANATION - THE SCIENTIFIC METHOD IN ARCHAEOLOGY - WATSON,PJ, LEBLANC,SA, REDMAN,CL. NATURE, 316(6023), 23-24.

[100]

RENFREW C.(1985). PREHISTORIC EUROPE - CHAMPION,T, GAMBLE,C, SHENNAN,S, WHITTLE,A. NATURE, 314(6006), 28-29.

[101]

RENFREW C.(1985). WHATS NEW IN ARCHAEOLOGY. UNESCO COURIER

[102]

RENFREW A.C.(1983). DIVIDED WE STAND - ASPECTS OF ARCHAEOLOGY AND INFORMATION. AM ANTIQUITY, 48(1), 3-16.

[103]

RENFREW C.(1983). THE SOCIAL ARCHAEOLOGY OF MEGALITHIC MONUMENTS. SCI AM, 249(5), 152-&.

[104]

RENFREW C.(1983). GEOGRAPHY, ARCHAEOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENT .1. ARCHAEOLOGY. GEOGR J, 149(NOV), 316-333.

[105]

Renfrew C.(1982). The making of an archaeologist. Nature, 296(5857), 515-516. DOI: 10.1038/296515a0.

[106]

RENFREW C.(1981). SPACE, TIME AND MAN. T I BRIT GEOGR, 6(3), 257-278.

[107]

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