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Anderson. A., J.H. Barrett & K.V. Boyle (eds.), 2010. The Global Origins and Development of Seafaring (McDonald Institute Monographs). Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research.
Appleby, J.E.P. 2010. Ageing as fragmentation and disarticulation. In Rebay, K., Sørensen, M.L.S. and Hughes, J. (eds.), Body Parts and Wholes: Changing Relations and Meanings. Oxford: Oxbow, 46-53.
Appleby, J.E.P. 2010. Why we need an archaeology of old age and a suggested approach. Norwegian Archaeological Review 43: 145-168.
Appleby, J.E.P. 2011. Bodies, burials and ageing: Accessing the temporality of old age in prehistoric societies. Oxford Journal of Archaeology 30(3): 231-246.
Barker, G., Antoniadou, A., Armitage, S., Brooks, I., Candy, I., Connell, K., Douka, K., Drake, N., Farr, L., Hill, E., Hunt, C., Inglis, R., Jones, S., Lane, C., Lucarini, G., Meneely, J., Morales, J., Mutri, G., Prendergast, A., Rabett, R., Reade, H., Reynolds, T., Russell, N., Simpson, D., Smith, B., Stimpson, C., Mohammed Twati, White, K. 2010. The Cyrenaican Prehistory Project 2010: the fourth season of investigations of the Haua Fteah cave and its landscape, and further results from the 2007–2009 fieldwork. Libyan Studies 41: 63-88.
Barker, G., Piper, P., Rabett, R. 2009. Zooarchaeology at the Niah Caves, Sarawak: Context and research issues. Special Issue: New Approaches to Southeast Asian Zooarchaeology: Papers on the Vertebrate Fauna at Niah Caves, Sarawak, Borneo. P. Piper and R. Rabett (eds.) International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 19(4): 447-463.
Barrett, J., Orton, D., Johnstone, C., Harland, J., van Neer, W., Ervyncke, A., Roberts, C., Locker, A., Amundsen, C., Bødker Enghoff, I., Hamilton-Dyer, S., Heinrich, D., Hufthammer, A.K., Jones, A.K.G., Jonsson, L., Makowiecki, D., Pope, P., O’Connell, T.C., de Roo, T. and Richards, M. 2011. Interpreting the expansion of sea fishing in medieval Europe using stable isotope analysis of archaeological cod bones. Journal of Archaeological Science 38(7): 1516-1524.
Barton, H., Piper, P., Rabett, R. and Reeds, I. 2009. Composite hunting technologies from the Terminal Pleistocene and Early Holocene, Niah Cave, Borneo. Journal of Archaeological Science 36: 1708-1714.
Boyle, K. 2007. Le phoque dans les eaux néolithique de Bretagne. Melvan, Revue des Deux Iles 4: 265-274.
Boyle, K. 2007. Changing biodiversity and complexity across the Middle-Upper Palaeolithic transition. In P. Mellars, K. Boyle, O. Bar-Yosef and C. Stringer (eds), Rethinking the Human Revolution. Cambridge: McDonald Institute Monograph Series.
Boyle, K. 2010. Rethinking the 'ecological basis of social complexity'. In K Boyle, C. Gamble and O. Bar-Yosef (eds), The Upper Palaeolithic Revolution in Global Perspective: Essays in Honour of Paul Mellars. (McDonald Institute Monographs.) Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, 137-151.
Boyle, K., O. Bar-Yosef and C. Gamble. 2010. Introduction: Variability, fate and the Upper Palaeolithic Revolution. In K Boyle, C. Gamble and O. Bar-Yosef (eds), The Upper Palaeolithic Revolution in Global Perspective: Essays in Honour of Paul Mellars. (McDonald Institute Monographs.) Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, 1-8.
Boyle, K., C. Gamble and O. Bar-Yosef (eds). 2010. The Upper Palaeolithic Revolution in Global Perspective: Essays in Honour of Paul Mellars. (McDonald Institute Monographs.) Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research.
Cristiani, E. and D. Borić. 2012. 8500-year-old Late Mesolithic garment embroidery from Vlasac (Serbia): Technological, use-wear and residue analyses. Journal Archaeological Science 39: 3450-3489.
Cristiani, E., C. Lemorini and G. Dalmeri. 2012. Ground stone tools production and use in the Late Upper Palaeolithic: The evidence from Riparo Dalmeri (Venetial Preals, Italy). Journal of Field Archaeology 37: 34-50.
Cristiani, E. and G. Dalmeri. 2011. Functional analysis of the decorated ground stone tool from Terlago (TN). Preistoria Alpina 45: 185-191.
Cristiani, E., A. Pedrotti and S. Gialanella. 2009. Tradition and innovation between the Mesolithic and early Neolithic in the Adige Valley (north-east Italy). New data from the functional analysis of trapezes from the Gaban rockshelter. Documenta Prehistorica XXXVI: 191-205.
Cristiani, E. 2009. Morphological and techno-functional analysis of osseous artefacts from the Mesolithic levels of Pradestel Rockshelter (Italy). Preistoria Alpina 44: 181-202.
Cavulli, F., E. Cristiani and S. Scaruffi. 2009. Techno-functional analysis at the fishing settlement of KHB- 1 (Ra’s al-Khabbah, Ja’lān, Sultanate of Oman). Proceedings of the Seminar for Arabian Studies 39. Oxford: Archaeopress, 73-80.
Cristiani E., C. Lemorini, D. Saviola, S. A. Domingues and S. Nunziante Cesaro. 2008. Anchor axes: A casestudy of wear traces analysis on ethno-archaeological stone tools from Brazil. An anthropological reflection on functional meaning. In Longo L. and N. Skakun (eds) Prehistoric Technology 40 years later. Oxford: BAR Interntional Series 1783, 275-284.
Legge, A.J. 2010. The mammal bones from Grid 12. In Kemp, B. and Stevens, A. (eds), Busy Lives at Amarna: Excavations in the Main City. London/Cambridge: Egypt Exploration Society and the Amarna Trust, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, 445-453.
Legge, A.J. with Hacker, M.S. 2010. An efficient and robust sieving apparatus for archaeological work. Journal of Field Archaeology 36(3): 310-5.
Legge, A.J. 2010. The Aurochs and domestic cattle. In O’Connor, T. and Sykes, N. (eds.), Extinctions and Invasions; A Social History of British Fauna, 26-35. Oxford: Oxbow, 26-35.
Maher, L. A., J. T. Stock, S. Finney, J. J. N. Heywood, P. T. Miracle and E. B. Banning. 2011. A Unique human-fox burial from a Pre-Natufian cemetery in the Levant (Jordan). PLoS ONE 6(1): e15815.
Miracle, P. T. 2011. Sex and size of the Krapina cave bears. In Toškan, B. (ed.), Fragments of Ice Age Environments. Proceedings in Honour of Ivan Turk’s Jubilee. Ljubljana: Opera Instituti Archaeologici Sloveniae 21, Inštitut za arheologijo ZRC SAZU, 85–110.
Miracle, P. T., and D. Brajković, 2010, The palaeoecological significance of the Pleistocene mammalian fauna from Veternica Cave, Croatia. Revision of the Lagomorpha, Canidae, Mustelidae, and Felidae. Geologia Croatica 63/2: 63–80.
Miracle, P. T., J. Mauch-Lenardić, and D. Brajković, 2010, Last Glacial climates, “refugia”, and faunal change in southeastern Europe: Mammalian assemblages from Veternica, Velika pećina, and Vindija Caves (Croatia). Quaternary International 212: 137–148.
Orton, D.C., Makowiecki, D., de Roo, T., Johnstone, C., Harland, J., et al. 2011. Stable Isotope Evidence for Late Medieval (14th-15th C) Origins of the Eastern Baltic Cod (Gadus morhua) Fishery. PLoS ONE 6(11), e27568.
Orton, D. 2010. Both subject and object: herding, inalienability and sentient property in prehistory. World Archaeology 42: 188-200.
Orton, D.C. 2010. A new tool for zooarchaeological analysis: ArcGIS skeletal templates for some common mammalian species. Internet Archaeology 28.
Pilaar Birch, S.E. and Wallduck, R. (eds.) 2011. Archaeology and Economic Crises. Archaeological Review from Cambridge 26.1
Piper, P. and Rabett, R. 2009. Hunting in a Tropical Rainforest: evidence from the Late Pleistocene and Early Holocene at Lobang Hangus, Niah Caves, Sarawak. Special Issue: New Approaches to Southeast Asian Zooarchaeology: Papers on the Vertebrate Fauna at Niah Caves, Sarawak, Borneo. P.Piper and R.Rabett (eds.) International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 19(4): 551-565.
Pritchard, P.C.H., Rabett, R., Piper, P. 2009. Distinguishing species of geoemydid and trionychid turtles from shell fragments: evidence from the Pleistocene at Niah Caves, Borneo. Special Issue: New Approaches to Southeast Asian Zooarchaeology: Papers on the Vertebrate Fauna at Niah Caves, Sarawak. P.Piper and R.Rabett (eds.) International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 19(4): 531-550.
Rabett, R.J. 2012. Human Adaptation in the Asian Palaeolithic: Hominin Dispersal and Behaviour during the Late Quaternary. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Rabett, R.J. and Piper, P.J. 2012. The emergence of bone technologies at the end of the Pleistocene in Southeast Asia: Regional and evolutionary implications. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 22: 37-56.
Rabett, R., Appleby, J., Blyth, A., Farr, L., Gallou, A., Griffiths, T., Hawkes, J., Marcus, D., Marlow, L., Son, N.V., Stimpson, C. and Tâń, N.C. 2011. Inland Shell Midden Formation: Investigation of a Late- to Early Post- Pleistocene Shell Midden in Tràng An Park, Northern Vietnam. Quaternary International 239: 153-169.
Rabett, R. and Barker, G. 2010. Late Pleistocene and Early Holocene forager mobility in Southeast Asia, in Bellina, B., Wisseman Christie, J., Bacus, L. and Pryce, T.O. (eds.), 50 Years of Archaeology in Southeast Asia: Essays in Honour of Ian Glover. River Books: Bangkok, 66-77.
Rabett, R., Barker, G., Hunt, C.O., Naruse, T., Piper, P., Raddatz, E., Reynolds, T., Nguyêń Van Son, Stimpson, C., Szabó K., Nguyêń Cao Tâń and Wilson, J. 2009. The Tràng An project: Late- to Post-Pleistocene settlement of the lower Song Hong valley, North Vietnam. Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society 19(1): 83-109.
Rajkovača, V. 2011. Faunal remains in Dickens, A. and M. Collins. Down the Line: Archaeological Investigations on the Route of the Cambridgeshire Guided Busway. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 100: 99-136.
Rajkovača, V. 2011. Faunal remains in Evans, C. and R. Patten. An Inland Bronze Age: Excavations at Striplands Farm, West Longstanton. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 100: 7-45.
Rajkovača, V. 2011. Faunal remains. In Newman, R. and C. Evans. Archaeological Investigations at The Old Schools, University of Cambridge. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 100: 185-96.
Rajkovača, V. 2010. Faunal remains. In C. Evans and L. Ten Harkel, Roman Cambridge’s Early Settlement and Via Devana: Excavations at Castle Street, 46-49. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 99: 35-60.
Sapwell, M. and Spry-Marqués, V.P. 2010. Boundaries and Archaeology. Archaeological Review from Cambridge 25.2.
Seetah, T. K., A. Cardini and P. T. Miracle. 2012. Can morphospace shed light on cave bear spatial-temporal variation? Population dynamics of Ursus spelaeus from Romualdova pećina and Vindija, (Croatia). Journal of Archaeological Science 39: 500–510.
Stimpson, C.M., 2009. Raptor and owl bone from Niah Caves, Sarawak: Identifications and morphological variation in the humerus and tarsometatarsus of selected raptors. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 19(4): 476-490.
Wallduck, R.J. 2009. Mesolithic body treatment: Reconstructing taphonomic histories at Pupićina and Vela Spila, Croatia. Mesolithic Miscellany 20(1): 18-19.
Wallduck, R. and Pilaar Birch, S.E. 2011. Introduction, in Pilaar Birch, S.E. and Wallduck, R. (eds). Archaeology and Economic Crises. Archaeological Review from Cambridge 26.1: 1-6
Wallduck, R.J., Miracle, P. and Radic, J. 2010. Treatment of the dead in the Late Mesolithic: Reconstructing taphonomic histories of human remains from Vela Splia, Croatia. In Arheoloska istrazivanja na srednjem Jadranu, znanstveni skup Vis (Archaeological Research on the Central Adriatic, Conference Vis, 13-16 October 2009.). Izdanja Hrvatskog arheoloskog drustva 26: 9-17.
Zeder, M.A. and Pilaar, S.E. 2010. Assessing the reliability of criteria used to identify mandibles and mandibular teeth in sheep, Ovis, and goats, Capra. Journal of Archaeological Science 37: 225-242.