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Dr Cameron Andrew Petrie

Dr Cameron Andrew Petrie

Reader in South Asian and Iranian Archaeology

Fellow of Trinity College

Division of Archaeology
Downing Street

Cambridge CB2 3DZ
Office Phone: 01223 339 001

Biography:

I conduct research on the archaeology of India, Pakistan and Iran. I have been with the Division of Archaeology in Cambridge since 2005, when I became the Research Councils UK Fellow in South Asian and Iranian Archaeology. Prior to that I was the Katherine and Leonard Woolley Junior Research Fellow at Somerville College Oxford (2003-2006), and was appointed to that position after finishing my PhD at the University of Sydney (1998-2002).

Research Interests

Archaeology of South Asia (India and Pakistan)

Archaeology of Iran

Analysis of ceramic production and distribution

My research primarily focuses on the investigation of complex societies. I am particularly interested in the rise of complexity, the social and economic aspects of state formation, the impact that the growth of states and empires has on subjugated regions, and the relationships between humans and the environment. I have extensive field and research experience at archaeological sites dating from the Neolithic up to the medieval period in India, Pakistan and Iran, and co-direct projects in each of these countries.

I am presently involved in the following research projects in India, Iran and Pakistan:

2015-2020: TwoRains (ERC funded) - NW India

2007–2014: Land, Water and Settlement project - NW India

2006–2010: PAK-UK Pushkalavati archaeological research project—Bala Hisar at Charsadda

2002–present: Mamasani archaeological project, Mamasani district, Fars, Iran

1998–present: Bannu archaeological project, Bannu Basin, NWFP, Pakistan

 

 

 

Also visit:

Cameron Petrie's academia.edu page

Exploring Routes and Plains in Southwest Iran

Remote Sensing in Inaccessible Lands

OxCal plots for Petrie and Torrence eruption paper

 

Seshat: Global
History Databank

 

Research Supervision

I currently supervise students investigating in a range of topics related to the archaeology of South Asia and Iranian archaeology. I am interested in supervising students who wish to study for an MPhil or a PhD in the following topics:

Topics related to environmental and archaeological transformations in northwest India between 2000-300 BC-including landscape archaeology, geoarchaeology, palaeo-environment and material culture studies

Topics related to the environment and archaeology of the Peshawar Valley in the Late Prehistoric and Early Historic periods-including landscape archaeology, geoarchaeology, palaeo-environment and material culture studies, particularly the analysis of the chronology, and the production and distribution of ceramics

Topics related to the socio-economics and politics of Iran between 6000-50 BC-including landscape archaeology, geoarchaeology, palaeo-environment and material culture studies, particularly the analysis of the chronology, and the production and distribution of ceramics

Current Students

Penelope Jones

Danika Parikh

Wannaporn Rienjang


Past Students

Marina Baralle

Jennifer Bates

Franca Cole

Yama Dixit

Carla Lancelotti

Sayantani Neogi

Gethin Rees

Helen Taylor

Edna Wong

Teaching

I am involved in the teaching of the following courses:

ARC01 – Introduction to Archaeology

ARC02 - Archaeology in Action

ARC07 - Archaeology Theory and Practice II

ARC22 - Mesopotamian archaeology I: prehistory and early states

ARC29 - Ancient South Asia I

ARC30 - Ancient South Asia II

G09 - Ancient South Asia

Other Professional Activities

Editor - journal IRAN

Trustee and Director - The Antiquity Trust

Trustee – Ancient India and Iran Trust, Cambridge

Member Council - British Institute of Persian Studies

Keywords

  • Material Culture
  • Prehistory
  • GIS
  • Agricultural Intensification
  • the origins of agriculture and sedentary societies
  • Environmental reconstruction
  • Urbanism
  • State formation
  • Agriculture
  • Archaeology
  • Landscape

Key Publications

[1]

Petrie C.A.(2013). South Asia. P. Clark (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Cities in World History. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 83-104. DOI: 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199589531.013.0005.

[2]

C.A. Petrie (ed.), (2013). Ancient Iran and Its Neighbours. Local Developments and Long-range Interactions in the Fourth Millennium BC, (The British Institute of Persian Studies Archaeological Monogra.) Oxford: Oxbow Books.

[3]

C.A. Petrie (ed.), (2010). Sheri Khan Tarakai and Early Village Life in the Borderlands of North-West Pakistan, (Bannu Archaeological Project Surveys and Excavations 1985-2001.) Oxford: Oxbow Books Ltd.

[4]

Petrie C.A. and Torrence R. (2008). Assessing the effects of volcanic disasters on human settlement in the Willaumez Peninsula, Papua New Guinea: A Bayesian approach to radiocarbon calibration. HOLOCENE, 18(5), 729-744. DOI: 10.1177/0959683608091793.

Other Publications

Books

[1]

Askari Chaverdi A., Petrie C.A. and Seyedin M. (2014). Archaeological Excavation at Tol-e Spid, Fars, Iran. Shiraz: Shiraz University Press.

[2]

Askari Chaverdi A., Petrie C.A. and Seyedin M. (2013). Interaction Between the Societies of Highland Fars and the Persian Gulf During the Late Third and Early Second Millennium B.C.: According to Archaeological Research (in Persian). Shiraz: Shiraz University Press.

[3]

Askari Chaverdi A., Petrie C.A. and Taylor H. (2012). Early Villages on the Persian Gulf (in Persian). Shiraz: Shiraz University Press.

[4]

Petrie C.A. and Bolton S. (1997). In the Field—Archaeology at the University of Sydney, (Sydney University Archaeological Methods Series.) Sydney: SUAMS.

 

Edited books

[1]

D.T. Potts, K. Roustaei, C.A. Petrie and L.R. Weeks (eds.), (2009). The Mamasani Archaeological Project Stage One: A Report on the First Two Seasons of the ICAR University of Sydney Joint Expedition to the Mamasani District, Fars Province, Iran, (BAR International Series 2044.) Oxford: Archaeopress.

 

Articles & Chapters

[1]

Liu X., Lister D.L., Zhao Z., Staff R.A., Jones P.J., Zhou L., Pokharia A.K., Petrie C.A., Pathak A., Lu H., Matuzeviciute G.M., Bates J., Pilgram T.K. and Jones M.K. (2016). The virtues of small grain size: Potential pathways to a distinguishing feature of Asian wheats. Quaternary International DOI: 10.1016/j.quaint.2016.02.059.

[2]

Petrie C.A.(2015). Case Study: Mehrgarh. C.A. Barker and C. Goucher (eds.), The Cambridge World History: Volume 2, A World with Agriculture, 12,000 BCE–500 CE. Cambridge University Press. 289-309.

[3]

Currie T.E., Bogaard A., Cesaretti R., Edwards N.R., Francois P., Holden P.B., Hoyer D., Korotayev A., Manning J., Garcia J.C.M., Oyebamiji O.K., Petrie C., Turchin P., Whitehouse H. and Williams A. (2015). Agricultural productivity in past societies: Toward an empirically informed model for testing cultural evolutionary hypotheses. Cliodynamics, 6(1), 24-56.

[4]

Kingwell-Banham E., Petrie C.A. and Fuller D.Q. (2015). Early Agriculture in South Asia. G. Barker and C. Goucher (eds.), The Cambridge World History: Volume 2, A World with Agriculture, 12,000 BCE–500 CE. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 261-288.

[5]

Petrie C.A., Singh R.N., Singh A.K., Neogi S., Parikh D., Parmer N. and Pawar V. (2015). Excavations at Masudpur, Hissar District, Haryana: April 16 - May 12, 2009, BHU and University of Cambridge Archaeological Project. Indian Archaeology: A Review, 2000-2009, 55-71.

[6]

Petrie C.A.(2014). Iran and Uruk Mesopotamia: Chronologies and connections in the 4th millennium BC. A. McMahon and H. Crawford (eds.), Preludes to Urbanism in the Ancient Near East: A Conference in Honour of Joan Oates. Cambridge: McDonald Institute Monographs. 137-155.

[7]

Berberian M., Petrie C.A., Potts D.T., Chaverdi A.A., Dusting A., Sardari Zarchi A., Weeks L., Ghassemi P. and Noruzi R. (2014). Archaeoseismicity of the mounds and monuments along the Kāzerun fault (western zagros, sw iranian plateau) since the chalcolithic period. Iranica Antiqua, 49, 1-81. DOI: 10.2143/IA.49.0.3009238.

[8]

Dixit Y., Hodell D.A. and Petrie C.A. (2014). Abrupt weakening of the summer monsoon in northwest India  4100 yr ago. Geology DOI: 10.1130/G35236.1.

[9]

Dixit Y., Hodell D.A., Sinha R. and Petrie C.A. (2014). Oxygen isotope analysis of multiple, single ostracod valves as a proxy for combined variability in seasonal temperature and lake water oxygen isotopes. Journal of Paleolimnology, 53(1), 35-45. DOI: 10.1007/s10933-014-9805-3.

[10]

Dixit Y., Hodell D.A., Sinha R. and Petrie C.A. (2014). Abrupt weakening of the Indian summer monsoon at 8.2 kyrB.P.. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 391, 16-23. DOI: 10.1016/j.epsl.2014.01.026.

[11]

Petrie C.A.(2013). Sheri Khan Tarakai. D.K. Chakrabarti and M. Lal (eds.), History of Ancient India II: Protohistoric Foundations. Delhi: Vivekananda International Foundation and Aryan Books Internatio. 852-859.

[12]

Petrie C.A.(2013). Ancient Iran and Its Neighbours: state of play, C.A. Petrie (ed.), Ancient Iran and its neighbours: Local developments and long-range interactions in the 4th Millennium BC, Vol.III (British Institute of Persian Studies Archaeological Monographs .) Oxford: Oxbow Books. 1-24.

[13]

Petrie C.A.(2013). Sohr Damb/Nal. D.K. Chakrabarti and M. Lal (eds.), History of Ancient India II: Protohistoric Foundations. Delhi: Vivekananda International Foundation and Aryan Books Internatio.

[14]

Petrie C.A.(2013). Taxila. D.K. Chakrabarti and M. Lal (eds.), History of Ancient India III: The Texts, and Political History and Administration till c.200 BC,. Vivekananda International Foundation and Aryan Books Internatio. 652-663.

[15]

Petrie C.A.(2013). The Chalcolithic of south Iran. D.T. Potts (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Iranian Archaeology. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 120-158.

[16]

Petrie C.A.(2013). Ancient Iran and Its Neighbours: emerging paradigms and future directions, C.A. Petrie (ed.), Ancient Iran and its neighbours: Local developments and long-range interactions in the 4th Millennium BC, Vol.III (British Institute of Persian Studies Archaeological Monographs .) Oxford: Oxbow Books. 385-410.

[17]

Petrie C.A.(2013). Chārsadda. D.K. Chakrabarti and M. Lal (eds.), History of Ancient India III: The Texts, and Political History and Administration till c.200 BC. Delhi: Vivekananda International Foundation and Aryan Books Internatio. 512-522.

[18]

Dahl J.L., Petrie C.A. and Potts D.T. (2013). Chronological parameters of the earliest writing system in Iran, C.A. Petrie (ed.), Ancient Iran and its neighbours: Local developments and long-range interactions in the 4th Millennium BC, Vol.III (British Institute of Persian Studies Archaeological Monographs .) Oxford: Oxbow Books. 353-378.

[19]

Petrie C.A. and Magee P. (2013). The Achaemenid expansion to the Indus and Alexander's invasion of the north-west. D.K. Chakrabarti and M. Lal (eds.), History of Ancient India III: The Texts, and Political History and Administration till c.200 BC,. Delhi: Vivekananda International Foundation and Aryan Books Internatio. 205-230.

[20]

Petrie C.A., Sardari A., Ballantyne R., Berberian M., Lancelotti C., Mashkour M., McCall B., Potts D.T. and Weeks L.R. (2013). Mamasani in the fourth millennium BC, C.A. Petrie (ed.), Ancient Iran and its neighbours: Local developments and long-range interactions in the 4th Millennium BC, Vol.III (British Institute of Persian Studies Archaeological Monographs .) Oxford: Oxbow Books. 171-194.

[21]

Petrie C.A., Singh R.N., Bates J., Joglekar P.P., Pandey A.K., Parikh D., Singh V.K. and Singh D.P. (2013). Survey and excavations at Bahola, District Karnal, Haryana: A Preliminary Report. Bhāratī, 37, 27-37.

[22]

Singh R.N., Petrie C.A., Joglekar P.P., Neogi S., Lancelotti C., Pandey A.K. and Pathak A. (2013). Recent excavations at Alamgirpur, Meerut District: a preliminary report. Man and Environment, 38(1), 32-54.

[23]

Petrie C.A.(2012). Ceramic production, D.T. Potts (ed.), A Companion to the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East, Vol.IWiley-Blackwell. 279-294.

[24]

Petrie C.A.(2012). Review: Early Mining and Metallurgy on the Western Central Iranian Plateau: The First Five Years of Work edited by A. Vatandoust, H.n Parzinger and B. Helwing. ANTIQUITY, 86(331), 266-267.

[25]

Petrie C.A. and Magee P. (2012). The Achaemenid expansion to the Indus and Alexander's invasion of north-west South Asia. Iranian Journal of Archaeological Studies, 2(1), 1-25.

[26]

Petrie C.A. and Thomas K.D. (2012). The topographic and environmental context of the earliest village sites in western South Asia. Antiquity, 86(334), 1055-1067.

[27]

Petrie C.A., Thomas K.D., Knox J.R., Khan F. and Morris J.C. (2012). Looking at the topographic and ecological context of the earliest village sites in the NWFP and the Punjab. V. Lefèvre (ed.), Orientalismes de l’archéologie au muse: Mélanges offerts à Jean-Francois Jarrige. (Indicopleustoi.) Turnhout: Brepols. 279-290.

[28]

Singh R.N., Petrie C.A., Bates J., Pandey A.K., Parikh D. and Singh D.P. (2012). Survey and excavations at Bahola, Karnal District, Haryana: March 27 – April 17, 2012. Manaviki, 3(2), 5-11.

[29]

Singh R.N., Petrie C.A., French C.A.I., Bates J., Pandey A.K., Parikh D., Lancelotti C. and Redhouse D.I. (2012). Survey and excavations at Dabli-vas Chugta, Hanumangarh District, Rajasthan. Puratattva, 42, 133-147.

[30]

Petrie C.A.(2011). ‘Culture’, innovation and interaction across southern Iran from the Neolithic to the Bronze Age (6500-3000 BC). B.W. Roberts and M. VanderLinden (eds.), Investigating Archaeological Cultures: Material Culture, Variability and Transmission. Springer. 151-182.

[31]

Singh R.N., Petrie C.A., Pawar V., Pandey A.K. and Parikh D. (2011). New insights into settlement along the Ghaggar and its hinterland: a preliminary report on the Ghaggar Hinterland Survey 2010. Man and Environment, 36(2), 89-106.

[32]

Petrie C.A.(2010). Kaftari ware: Distinctive ceramic vessels dated to the late 3rd and early 2nd millennia BCE, primarily found in Fārs, E. Yarshater (ed.), Encyclopaedia Iranica, Vol.XVLos Angeles: Encyclopaedia Iranica Foundation. 344-348.

[33]

Askari Chaverdi A., Khosrowzadeh A., McCall B., Petrie C.A., Seyedin M., Weeks L.R. and Zeidi M. (2010). Archaeological evidence for Achaemenid settlement within the Mamasani Valleys, Western Fars, Iran. J. Curtis and S.J. Simpson (eds.), The World of Achaemenid Persia: The Diversity of Ancient Iran. IB Tauris. 287-297.

[34]

Khan F., Knox J.R., Thomas K.D., Petrie C.A. and Morris J.C. (2010). Other early village sites in the Bannu basin, C.A. Petrie (ed.), Sheri Khan Tarakai and Early Village Life in the Borderlands of North-West Pakistan: Bannu Archaeological Project Surveys and Excavations 1985-2001, Vol.1 (Bannu Archaeological Project Monographs.) Oxbow Books. 353-378.

[35]

Khan F., Knox J.R., Thomas K.D., Petrie C.A. and Morris J.C. (2010). Early village life on the north-western borderlands, C.A. Petrie (ed.), Sheri Khan Tarakai and Early Village Life in the Borderlands of North-West Pakistan: Bannu Archaeological Project Surveys and Excavations 1985-2001, Vol.1 (Bannu Archaeological Project Monographs.) Oxbow Books. 1-6.

[36]

Khan F., Knox J.R., Thomas K.D., Petrie C.A. and Morris J.C. (2010). Sheri Khan Tarakai and early village life in western South Asia, C.A. Petrie (ed.), Sheri Khan Tarakai and Early Village Life in the Borderlands of North-West Pakistan: Bannu Archaeological Project Surveys and Excavations 1985-2001, Vol.1 (Bannu Archaeological Project Monographs.) Oxbow Books. 407-418.

[37]

Khan F., Knox J.R., Thomas K.D., Petrie C.A. and Morris J.C. (2010). The site of Sheri Khan Tarakai, C.A. Petrie (ed.), Sheri Khan Tarakai and Early Village Life in the Borderlands of North-West Pakistan: Bannu Archaeological Project Surveys and Excavations 1985-2001, Vol.1 (Bannu Archaeological Project Monographs.) Oxbow Books. 41-69.

[38]

Knox J.R., Thomas K.D., Khan F. and Petrie C.A. (2010). Small finds from Sheri Khan Tarakai, C.A. Petrie (ed.), Sheri Khan Tarakai and Early Village Life in the Borderlands of North-West Pakistan: Bannu Archaeological Project Surveys and Excavations 1985-2001, Vol.1 (Bannu Archaeological Project Monographs.) Oxbow Books. 211-303.

[39]

Lancelotti C., Madella M., Ajithprasad P. and Petrie C.A. (2010). Temperature, compression and fragmentation: An experimental analysis to assess the impact of taphonomic processes on charcoal preservation. Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences

[40]

Lancelotti C., Madella M., Ajithprasad P. and Petrie C.A. (2010). Temperature, compression and fragmentation: an experimental analysis to assess the impact of taphonomic processes on charcoal preservation. Journal of Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences, 2, 307-320.

[41]

Magee P. and Petrie C.A. (2010). West of the Indus – East of the Empire: The archaeology of the pre-Achaemenid and Achaemenid periods in Baluchistan and the North West Frontier Province, Pakistan. J. Curtis and S.J. Simpson (eds.), The World of Achaemenid Persia: The Diversity of Ancient Iran. IB Tauris. 503-522.

[42]

Petrie C.A., Knox J.R., Khan F., Thomas K.D. and Morris J.C. (2010). The investigation of early villages in the hills and on the plains of western South Asia, C.A. Petrie (ed.), Sheri Khan Tarakai and Early Village Life in the Borderlands of North-West Pakistan: Bannu Archaeological Project Surveys and Excavations 1985-2001, Vol.1 (Bannu Archaeological Project Monographs.) Oxbow Books. 7-28.

[43]

Petrie C.A., Knox J.R., Khan F., Thomas K.D., Morris J.C. and Joyner L. (2010). Ceramic vessels from Sheri Khan Tarakai, C.A. Petrie (ed.), Sheri Khan Tarakai and Early Village Life in the Borderlands of North-West Pakistan: Bannu Archaeological Project Surveys and Excavations 1985-2001, Vol.1 (Bannu Archaeological Project Monographs.) Oxbow Books. 71-193.

[44]

Petrie C.A. and Morris J.C. (2010). Ceramic and lithic production systems of the Sheri Khan Tarakai Phase, C.A. Petrie (ed.), Sheri Khan Tarakai and Early Village Life in the Borderlands of North-West Pakistan: Bannu Archaeological Project Surveys and Excavations 1985-2001, Vol.1 (Bannu Archaeological Project Monographs.) Oxbow Books. 399-406.

[45]

Petrie C.A., Thomas K.D. and Morris J.C. (2010). Chronology of Sheri Khan Tarakai, C.A. Petrie (ed.), Sheri Khan Tarakai and Early Village Life in the Borderlands of North-West Pakistan: Bannu Archaeological Project Surveys and Excavations 1985-2001, Vol.1 (Bannu Archaeological Project Monographs.) Oxbow Books. 343-352.

[46]

Singh R.N., Petrie C.A., French C.A.I., Neogi S., Pandey A.K., Parikh D. and Pawar V. (2010). Geoarchaeological survey and excavations at Burj-2010, Fatehabad, Haryana. Puratattva, 40, 94-101.

[47]

Singh R.N., Petrie C.A., Pawar V., Pandey A.K., Neogi S., Singh M., Singh A.K., Parikh D. and Lancelotti C. (2010). Changing patterns of settlement in the rise and fall of Harappan urbanism: Preliminary report on the Rakhigarhi Hinterland Survey 2009. Man and Environment, 35, 37-53.

[48]

Thomas K.D., Khan F. and Petrie C.A. (2010). The physical and human geography of the Bannu basin, C.A. Petrie (ed.), Sheri Khan Tarakai and Early Village Life in the Borderlands of North-West Pakistan: Bannu Archaeological Project Surveys and Excavations 1985-2001, Vol.1 (Bannu Archaeological Project Monographs.) Oxbow Books. 29-39.

[49]

Thomas K.D., Petrie C.A., Khan F., Knox J.R. and Morris J.C. (2010). Early village sites in the Gomal plain, C.A. Petrie (ed.), Sheri Khan Tarakai and Early Village Life in the Borderlands of North-West Pakistan: Bannu Archaeological Project Surveys and Excavations 1985-2001, Vol.1 (Bannu Archaeological Project Monographs.) Oxbow Books. 379-398.

[50]

Weeks L.R., Petrie C.A. and Potts D.T. (2010). ‘Ubaid-related-related? The “black-on-buff” ceramic traditions of highland southwest Iran. R.A. Carter and G. Philip (eds.), Beyond the ‘Ubaid, Transformation and Integration in the Late Prehistoric Societies of the Middle East. University of Chicago, Oriental Institute. 247-278.

[51]

Wong E.H., Petrie C.A. and Fazeli H. (2010). Cheshmeh Ali Ware: A petrographic and geochemical study of a Transitional Chalcolithic Period ceramic industry on the northern Central Plateau of Iran. Iran, 48, 11-26.

[52]

Petrie C.A., Singh R.N. and Singh A.K. (2009). Investigating changing settlement dynamics on the plains: The 2009 survey and excavations at Masudpur (Hissar District, Haryana). Puratattva, 39, 38-49.

[53]

Singh R.N. and Petrie C.A. (2009). Lost rivers and life on the plains – approaches to understanding human/environment interaction between the collapse of Indus urbanism and the rise of the Early Historic cities (The Land, Water and Settlement Project). A.R. Chaudhri (ed.), Sarasvati River - A Perspective. Haryana: Saraswati Nadi Shodh Sanstan. 102-111.

[54]

Singh R.N., Petrie C.A., Singh A.K. and Singh M. (2009). Excavations at Masudpur (Hissar District, Haryana) – 2009: a preliminary report. Bharati, 33, 35-49.

[55]

Stevens R.E., Germonpre M., Petrie C.A. and O'Connell T.C. (2009). Palaeoenvironmental and chronological investigations of the Magdalenian sites of Goyet Cave and Trou de Chaleux (Belgium), via stable isotope and radiocarbon analyses of horse skeletal remains. J ARCHAEOL SCI, 36(3), 653-662. DOI: 10.1016/j.jas.2008.10.008.

[56]

Askari Chaverdi A., Petrie C.A. and Taylor H. (2008). Early village settlements on the Persian Gulf littoral: Revisiting Tol-e Pir and the Galehdar Valley. Iran, 46, 21-42.

[57]

Khan F., Knox J.R., Magee P., Thomas K.D. and Petrie C.A. (2008). Further research on the later prehistory of the Bannu Basin: The 1998 excavations at Akra. E.M. Raven (ed.), South Asian Archaeology 1999: Proceedings of the Fifteenth International Conference of the European Association of South Asian Archaeologists, Held At Universiteit Leiden, 5-9 July, 2009. Egbert Forsten. 211-222.

[58]

Petrie C.A., Khan F., Knox J.R., Magee P., Morris J.C. and Thomas K.D. (2008). Prehistoric and Historic ceramic production in the Bannu Basin, N.W.F.P., Pakistan: A review. Ancient Pakistan, 19, 1-14.

[59]

Petrie C.A., Magee P. and Khan M.N. (2008). Emulation at the edge of empire: the adoption of non-local vessel forms in the NWFP, Pakistan during the mid-late 1st millennium BC. Gandharan Studies, 2, 1-16.

[60]

Petrie C.A. and Singh R.N. (2008). Investigating cultural and geographical transformations from the collapse of Harappan urbanism to the rise the great Early Historic cities: A note on the Land, Water and Settlement Project. South Asian Studies, 24, 37-38. DOI: 10.1080/02666030.2008.9628680.

[61]

Singh R.N. and Petrie C.A. (2008). An archaeological and geographical reconnaissance of western Uttar Pradesh and Haryana: April 4 – 15 and May 21, 2008. Bharati, 32, 1-15.

[62]

Singh R.N. and Petrie C.A. (2008). Land, water and settlement: Environmental constraints and human responses in northwest India between 2000 and 300 BC, H. Singh, M. Naseem, R.N. Singh and A.K. Singh (eds.), Environment in Ancient India, Vol.21Monograph of the Department of Ancient Indian History, Culture . 105-108.

[63]

Singh R.N., Petrie C.A., French C.A.I., Goudie A.S., Gupta S., Tewari R., Singh A.K., Sinha R., Srivastava R., Yadav S. and Singh V.K. (2008). Settlements in context: Reconnaissance in Western Uttar Pradesh and Haryana. Man and Environment, 33, 71-87.

[64]

Askari Chaverdi A., Petrie C. and Seyyedin M. (2007). Archaeological excavations at Tol-e Spid: Radio-carbon dates for some Achaemenid and post-Achaemenidfinds, Fars (550-50 B.C.). Bastanshenasi, 3, 57-98.

[65]

Kennet D., Petrie C.A. and Priestman S.M.N. (2007). The glazed ceramics, C. Rae and I. Ali (eds.), Charsadda: The British–Pakistani Excavations at the Bala Hisar, Vol.1709 (Society for South Asian Studies Monograph No. 5.) Oxford: BAR International Series. 227-233.

[66]

Petrie C.A. and Magee P. (2007). Histories, epigraphy and authority: Achaemenid and indigenous control in Pakistan in the 1st millennium BC. Gandharan Studies, 1, 3-21.

[67]

Petrie C.A., Morris J.C., Khan F., Knox J.R. and Thomas K.D. (2007). The dynamics of ceramic production and distribution during the later prehistoric in the Bannu and Gomal Regions, NWFP, Pakistan. South Asian Studies, 23, 75-94. DOI: 10.1080/02666030.2007.9628669.

[68]

Petrie C.A., Sardari Zarchi A. and Javanmard Zardeh A. (2007). Developing societies and economies in 4th millennium BC Fars: Further excavations at Tol-e Spid. Iran, 45, 301-309.

[69]

Potts D.T., Asgari Chaverdi A., Petrie C.A., Dusting A., Farhadi F., McRae I.K., Shikhi S., Wong E.H., Lashkari A. and Javanmard Zadeh A. (2007). The Mamasani archaeological project, stage two: Excavations at Qaleh Kali (Tappeh Servan/Jinjun [MS 46]). Iran, 45, 287-300.

[70]

Petrie C.A., Asgari A. and Seyedin M. (2006). Excavations at Tol-e Spid. D.T. Potts and K. Roustaei (eds.), The Mamasani Archaeological Project Stage One: A Report on the First Two Seasons of the ICAR–University of Sydney Expedition to the Mamasani District, Fars Province, Iran. Tehran: Iranian Center for Archaeological Research. 89-134.

[71]

Petrie C.A., Seyedin M. and Askari Chaverdi A. (2006). Kaftari and Kaftari-related ceramics in Southwest Iran and the Persian Gulf. Iranian Center for Archaeological Research Archaeological Reports, 4, 177-186.

[72]

Petrie C.A., Weeks L.R., Potts D.T. and Roustaei K. (2006). Perspectives on the cultural sequence of Mamasani. D.T. Potts and K. Roustaei (eds.), The Mamasani Archaeological Project Stage One: A Report on the First Two Seasons of the ICAR–University of Sydney Expedition to the Mamasani District, Fars Province, Iran. Tehran: Iranian Center for Archaeological Research. 169-196.

[73]

Potts D.T., Roustaei K., Weeks L.R. and Petrie C.A. (2006). The Mamasani District and the archaeology of Southwestern Iran. D.T. Potts and K. Roustaei (eds.), The Mamasani Archaeological Project Stage One: A Report on the First Two Seasons of the ICAR–University of Sydney Expedition to the Mamasani District, Fars Province, Iran. Tehran: Iranian Center for Archaeological Research. 1-16.

[74]

Roustaei K., Alamdari K. and Petrie C.A. (2006). Landscape and environment in the Mamasani District. D.T. Potts and K. Roustaei (eds.), The Mamasani Archaeological Project Stage One: A Report on the First Two Seasons of the ICAR–University of Sydney Expedition to the Mamasani District, Fars Province, Iran. Tehran: Iranian Center for Archaeological Research. 17-30.

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