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Department of Archaeology

 

Biography

Tina Greenfield is an archaeologist whose interests lie in the earliest cities and empires of the ancient world. She received her PhD in Near Eastern Archaeology from the University of Cambridge She has worked on archaeological sites in Europe, Africa and the Near East (Israel, Iraqi Kurdistan, Southern Iraq, and Turkey). Her current research is focused on early urban economies in Southern Mesopotamia. She is the director of the “Mobile Economies Project”; A bioarchaeological approach to food economies and mobility in Southern Mesopotamia in the 3rd Millennium BC”. She teaches Classical, Near Eastern, and Mesopotamian Archaeology. 

Research

  • Early empires
  • Zooarchaeology
  • Ancient animal economies
  • Near East
  • Social and economic organization of Mesopotamia
  • Complex and urban societies
  • Political economy

Key Publications

Key publications: 

Recent (last few years): 

 Journals (In Press): 

  1. 2022 Haskel J. Greenfield, Jon Ross, Tina L. Greenfield, Shira Albaz, Sarah Richardson, Aren M. Maeir, Household rituals and merchant caravaneers: The phenomenon of Early Bronze Age donkey burials from Tell eṣ-Ṣâfi/Gath, Israel, MDPI. 
  1. 2022 Jane L. Gaastra, Tina L. Greenfield, Haskel J. Greenfield. Breeding pictures: photogrammetric 3D geometric morphometrics for the zooarchaeological identification of population variation within sheep (Ovis aries) and goats (Capra hircus). Journal of Archaeological Science. 
  1. 2022 Shira Albaz, Itzhaq Shai, Haskel J. Greenfield, Tina L. Greenfield, Annie Brown, and Aren M. Maeir, Daily life and cultural appropriation in Early Bronze Age Canaan: Games and gaming in a domestic neighborhood at Tell eṣ-Ṣâfi/Gath, Israel. Palestine Exploration Quarterly. 
  1. 2022 Haskel J. Greenfield, Tina L. Jongsma-Greenfield and Svetozar Stanković. Early Iron Age (Halstatt) occupation at Blagotin, Serbia: stratigraphy, and architecture, and subsistence, Archaica (Journal of the Department of Archaeology, University of Belgrade). Submitted February 2020. Accepted Sept. 2020.  
  1. 2021* Timothy Matney, Tina Greenfield, Britt Hartenberger, and Melissa Rosenzweig, Living at the Gate: Miliary barracks at Assyrian Ziyaret Tepe in No Place Like Home:  Ancient Near Eastern Houses and Households, Laura Battini, Aaron Brody, and Sharon Steadman (eds.) UK: Archaeopress. 

 

Published (journals): 

  1. 2022* Tina Greenfield, Augusta McMahon Hazel Reade, Tamsin O’Connell, Richard Zettler, Alexandra Fletcher and Cameron Petrie. Herd management and mobility: isotopic characterizations of oxen tooth enamel from Early Dynastic Ur. PLOS ONE. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0265170 
  1. 2020 Excavations At The Darband-I Rania Pass, Kurdistan Region Of Iraq: Report On The 2016 And 2017 Seasons  John MacGinnis, Kamal Rasheed Raheem, Barzan Baiz Ismael, Mustafa Ahmad, Ricardo Cabral, Amanda Dusting, Tina Greenfield, Guy Hazell, Achilles Iasonos, David Kertai, Andy Miller, Virág Pabeschitz, Mary Shepperson, Caroline Cartwright, Jan Čibera, Vesta Curtis, Joanne Dyer, Ewout Koek, Alberto Giannese, Peter Higgs, Abdulraqib Yusuf, Kate Morton, Lucia Pereira-Pardo, Lucas Proctor, Craig Williams  Journal: IRAQ / Volume 82 / December 2020 Published online by Cambridge University Press: 27 February 2020, pp. 139-178 Print publication: December 2020 https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/iraq/article/excavations-at-the-darbandi-rania-pass-kurdistan-region-of-iraq-report-on-the-2016-and-2017-seasons/8DB0AD3E38B9446EA59EA9B6C54FCC54 
  1. 2020* Tina Greenfield and Jane Gaastra Economic behaviour at Abu Salabikh – a view from Area 6H through zooarchaeological investigations, (SUMER journal) 
  1. 2020 John MacGinnis, Kamal Rasheed, Barzan Baiz, Amanda Dusting, David Kertai, Tina Greenfield, Guy Hazell, Timothy Matney and Awaz Jehad Heda. Excavations of an Assyrian fort at Usu Aska in Iraqi Kurdistan, in T. Dezsö (ed.), The Archaeology of the Raparin Region of the Kurdish Region of Iraq: the Rania and Peshdar Plains under Assyrian Rule. Proceedings of the Colloquium on the Archaeology of the Rania Plain held in Budapest, February 9th 2020. Budapest: Eötvös Loránd University,  
  1. 2020 Haskel J. Greenfield, Tina L. Jongsma-Greenfield and Svetozar Stanković †, Halstatt occupation at Blagotin, Serbia: stratigraphy and architecture Archaeological Collection at Belgrade University. http://www.f.bg.ac.rs/archaica/ 
  1. 2020 Jane Gaastra, Tina L. Greenfield, and Haskel J. Greenfield. Constraint, complexity, and consumption: zooarchaeological meta-analysis shows regional patterns of resilience across the metal ages in the Near East. Quaternary International 545 (45-62). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2019.03.013
  1. 2020 Jane S. Gaastra, Greenfield, Tina L. and Greenfield, Haskel J. There and back again: a zooarchaeological perspective on Early and Middle Bronze Age urbanism in the Levant and upper Mesopotamia. PlosOne Journal. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0227255 (Open Access) 
  1. 2020 Haskel J. Greenfield, Tina L. Greenfield, Elizabeth Arnold, Shira Albaz, Itzick Shai, and Aren Maeir. Evidence for movement of goods and animals from Egypt to Canaan. Ägypten und Levante (Egypt and the Levant) (Vienna) 30: 377-397. DOI:  
  1. 2018 Haskel J. Greenfield, Tina L. Greenfield, Itzhaq Shai, Shira Albaz, and Aren M Maeir. Household rituals and sacrificial donkeys: Why are there so many domestic donkeys buried in an Early Bronze Age neighborhood at Tell eṣ-Ṣâfi/Gath. Near Eastern Archaeology 81 (3) 202-211. 
  1. 2018 Haskel J. Greenfield, Itzhaq Shai, Tina L. Greenfield, Elizabeth Arnold, Annie Brown, Adi Eliyahu-Behar, and Aren M. Maeir. Earliest evidence for equid bit wear in the ancient Near East: the "ass" from Early Bronze Age Gath (Tell eṣ-Ṣâfi), Israel. PLOS ONE (Publications Library of Science): 13(5): e0196335.  
  1. 2018 Elizabeth R. Arnold, Haskel J. Greenfield, Gideon Hartman, Tina L. Greenfield, Itzhaq Shai, Parryss M. Carter-McGee, and Aren M. Maeir. Provisioning the Early Bronze Age city of Tell eṣ-Ṣâfi/Gath, Israel: isotopic analyses of domestic livestock management patterns. Open Quaternary 4 (1): 1-12.  
  1. 2017 Shira Albaz and Tina Greenfield, Evidence for Administration and Leisure/Recreation at EB Tell es-Safi/Gath. Near Eastern Archaeology 80 (4): 272-74. 
  1. 2017 Adi Eliyahu-Behar, Itzhaq Shai, Shira Gur-Arieh, Suembikya Frumin, Shira Albaz, Ehud Weiss, Francesca Manclossi, Steve Rosen, Tina L. Greenfield, Haskel J. Greenfield, and Aren M. Maeir. Pebble installations: cooking hearths of the Early Bronze Age. Near East Archaeology 80 (4): 277-278. 
  1. 2017 Tina Greenfield and Andrea Squitieri, Spatial Reconstruction of Selected 

Finds from the Early Bronze Age Neighborhood at, Tell es-Safi/Gath Area E. Near Eastern Archaeology 80 (4): 270-71. 

  1. 2017 Haskel J. Greenfield, Tina L. Greenfield, and Annie Brown. Animal food production and consumption in Stratum E5, at Early Bronze Age Tell es-Safi/Gath. Near Eastern Archaeology 80 (4): 257-60. 
  1. 2017 Elizabeth Arnold, Jeremy Beller, Adi Behar, David Ben-Shlomo, Tina L. Greenfield, Haskel J. Greenfield, Interregional trade and exchange at Early Bronze Age Tell es-Safi/Gath. Near Eastern Archaeology 80 (4): 266-69. 
  1. 2017 Adi Eliyahu-Behar, Itzick Shai, Shira Gur-Arieh, Suembikya Frumin, Shira Albaz, Ehud Weiss, Francesca Manclossi, Steve Rosen, Tina L. Greenfield, Haskel J. Greenfield and Aren Maeir. Early Bronze Age Pebble Installations from Tell es-Safi/Gath, Israel: evidence for their function and utility. Levant (The Journal of the Council for British Research in the Levant) 49 (1): 46-63. ISSN: 0075-8914 (Print) 1756-3801;  
  1. 2017 Itzick Shai, Haskel J. Greenfield, Tina L. Greenfield, Elizabeth R. Arnold, Shira Albaz, and Aren M. Maeir 2017חשיבותו של החמור בתקופת הברונזה הקדומה כפי שמשתקף מממצאי החפירה בתל צפית. חיות וחברה (The importance of the donkey during the period Early Bronze Age: Findings from the excavation at Tel Tzafit). Qadmaniot (A Journal for the Antiquities of Eretz-Israel and Bible Lands /קדמוניות: כתב-עת לעתיקות ארץ-ישראל וארצות המקרא) 154: 88-91. 
  1. 2016 Akira Tsuneki, Kamal Rasheed, Saber Saber, Shin’ichi Nishiyama, Nobuya Watanabe, Tina Greenfield, Barzan Ismail, Yuki Tatsumi, and Masayo Minami, Excavations At Qalat Said Ahmadan, Qaladizah, Iraq-Kurdistan: Second Interim Report (2015 Season). Al-Rāfidān: Journal of Western Asiatic Studies Vol. XXXVII : 1-54.  
  1. 2015* Timothy Matney, Tina Greenfield, Kemalettin Köroğlu, John MacGinnis, Lucas Proctor, Melissa Rosenzweig, and Dirk Wicke Excavations at Ziyaret Tepe, Diyarbakır Province, Turkey, 2011-2014 Seasons. Anatolica XLI: 125-176. 
  1. 2015 Tina Greenfield, Zooarchaeology – the next forty years, Biblical Archaeological Review, 40th Anniversary edition, Fall issue. 53-54. 
  1. 2015* Tina Greenfield, The Palace vs. The Home: Social Status and zooarchaeology at Ziyaret Tepe, a Neo-Assyrian administrative provincial capital in southeastern Turkey. JEMAHS (Journal of Eastern Mediterranean Archaeology and Heritage Studies) 3 (1): 1-26.  
  1. 2015* Tina Greenfield, Special News Report on the damage to Assyrian Palaces in Prophet for Profit, Current World Archaeology 71: 10-13. 
  1. 2014* Haskel Greenfield, and Tina Jongsma-Greenfield Subsistence and Settlement in the Early Neolithic of Temperate SE Europe: A View from Blagotin, Serbia with a contribution by Sandra Jezik. Archaeologia Bulgarica XVIII, (1) 1-33. 
  1. 2013* Tina Greenfield, Dirk Wicke, and Timothy Matney. Integration and interpretation of architectural and faunal evidence from Assyrian Tushan, Turkey. Bioarchaeology of the Near East. Vol. 7. 1-26.   
  1. 2013* Dirk Wicke, and Tina Greenfield. The ‘Bronze Palace’ at Ziyaret Tepe – preliminary remarks on the architecture and faunal analysis. In Assyrian Provincial Palaces, eds. D. Kertai & P. Miglus. (Heidelberger Studien zum Alten Orient 15.) Heidelberg: Heidelberger Orientverlag, pp. 63-121. 
  1. 2011* Timothy Matney, Tina Greenfield, Britt Hartenberger, Chelsea Jalbrzikowski, Kemalatin Köroğlu, John MacGinnis, Anke. Marsh, Willis Monroe, Melissa Rosenzweig, Kristina Sauer, and Dirk Wicke “Excavations at Ziyaret Tepe, Diyarbakır Province, 2009-2010 Seasons” Anatolica 37: 67-114. 
  1. 2009* Timothy Matney, Tina Greenfield, Britt Hartenberger, Azer Keskin, Kemalatin Köroğlu, John MacGinnis, Willis Monroe, Tasha Vorderstrasse, Dirk Wicke. Excavations at Ziyaret Tepe 2007-2008. Anatolica 35: 37-84. 
  1. 2001 Haskel Greenfield, Len O. Van Schalkwyk, and Tina Jongsma. Surface and subsurface reconnaissance at Ndondondwane: preliminary results of the 1995-97 field seasons. Southern African Field Archaeology 9 (2000): 5-16. 
  1. 1997 Haskel Greenfield, Len O. Van Schalkwyk, and Tina Jongsma. Ndondondwane: preliminary report on the 1995 survey and excavations. Nyame Akuma (Journal of the Society for Africanist Archaeologists) 47 (June 1997): 42-52. 
  1. 1997 Len O. van Schalkwyk, Haskel Greenfield, and Tina Jongsma Ndondondwane: preliminary report on the 1995 survey and excavations. South African Field Archaeology 6: 6179. 

 

In Press (book chapters) 

  1. 2021* Tina Greenfield, Timothy Matney and John MacGinnis, The food was heavenly - reflections from the northern frontier on divine and royal banquets in the Assyrian Empire in Behind the Scenes, A. Maier, C. McKinny (eds) Berlin: DeGruyter. 

Published (book chapters) 

  1. 2022 John MacGinnis, Kamal Rasheed Raheem, Barzan Baiz Ismael, Amanda Dusting, David Kertai, Tina Greenfield, Guy Hazell, Timothy Matney and Awaz Jehad Heda, Excavations of the Assyrian fort at Usu Aska in Iraqi Kurdistan, in Tamás Dezső and Gábor Kalla (eds.), in The Archaeology of the Raparin Region of Iraqi Kurdistan, Antiqua et Orientalia 9, Budapest, Hungary, pp. 93-149. 
  1. 2021* Tina Greenfield and Timothy Matney, Ewes, Stews, and Social Cues: Commoner Diets at Neo-Assyrian Tušhan, Fierce Lions and Fat Tailed Sheep: Animal Encounters in the Ancient Near East. Edited by Laerke Recht and Christina Tsouparopoulou. MacDonald Institute Monographs. Cambridge, UK.  
  1. 2021* Tina Greenfield and Jane Gaastra, Economic behaviour at Abu Salabikh – a view from Area 6H through zooarchaeological investigations Abu Salabikh Excavations Volume 5 Two Early Dynastic Houses: living with the dead by Michael P. Charles, Sarah Collins, Jane Gaastra, Tina Greenfield, Edward M. Luby, Wendy Matthews, J. Nicholas Postgate, Caroline S. Steele, David C. Thomas Edited by Nicholas Postgate, BISI (2021) 
  1. 2021 Haskel J. Greenfield, Jon Ross, Tina L. Greenfield, Aren M. Maeir, Sacred and the profane: donkey burial and consumption at Tell eṣ-Ṣâfi/Gath, Fierce Lions and Fat Tailed Sheep: Animal Encounters in the Ancient Near East. Edited by Laerke Recht and Christina Tsouparopoulou. MacDonald Institute Monographs. Cambridge, UK 
  1. 2021 Sarah Richardson, Haskel J. Greenfield, Tina L. Greenfield, and Aren M. Maeir. Beyond subsistence: spatial analysis of the worked bone from an early urban (Early Bronze Age III/Stratum E5c) domestic building in a residential neighborhood house at Tell eṣ-Ṣâfi/Gath. In Bones at a Crossroads. Integrating Worked Bone Research with Archaeometry and Social Zooarchaeology, eds Markus Wild, Ben A. Thurber, Stephen Rhodes, and Christian Gates St-Pierre. Leiden: Sidestone Press. Submitted April 2020 
  1. 2021 John MacGinnis with Kamal Rasheed, Barzan Baiz, Amanda Dusting, David Kertai, Tina Greenfield, Guy Hazell, Timothy Matney and Awaz Jehad Heda 

Excavations of an Assyrian fort at Usu Aska in Iraqi Kurdistan, in T. Dezsö (ed.), The Archaeology of the Raparin Region of the Kurdish Region of Iraq: the Rania and Peshdar Plains under Assyrian Rule. Proceedings of the Colloquium on the Archaeology of the Rania Plain held in Budapest, February 9th 2020. Budapest: Eötvös Loránd University 

  1. 2020 Allan S. Gilbert, Patience Ann Freeman, Haskel J. Greenfield, and Tina L. Greenfield 2019 Palaeozoology: preliminary observations. In Tin Production at Göltepe: Excavations at an Early Bronze Age Mining Town in the Central Taurus Mountains, Turkey, Volume 1, Parts 1 and 2, edited by K. Aslihan Yener. Philadelphia: Institute for Aegean Academic Press.  
  1. 2019 Tina Greenfield Analytical results from the zooarchaeological remains at Gird-I Bazar, 2015-16, In Radner, Karen; Kreppner, Florian Janoscha and Squitieri, Andrea (eds.) The Dinka Settlement Complex 2018: Continuing the excavations at Qalat-i Dinka and the Lower Town. Peshdar Plain Project Publications 4. Gladbeck: PeWe-Verlag, 2019. ISBN 978-3-935012-39-3: Vol 4.  
  1. 2019* Tina L. Greenfield and Haskel J. Greenfield. The faunal remains from Stratum E5 of Area E: preliminary report. In Itzick Shai, Haskel J. Greenfield, and Aren M. Maeir (eds.) Tell es-Safi/Gath III: the Early Bronze Age III. Wiesbaden, Harrassowitz.  
  1. 2018 Haskel J. Greenfield and Tina L. Greenfield. Feasting during the Early Neolithic of the central Balkans: the fauna from Blagotin, Serbia. In Social Dimensions of Food in the Prehistory of the Eastern Balkans and Neighbouring Areas, International Conference at the Heidelberg Academy of Sciences, Heidelberg, 30th April – 2nd May 2015, edited by Dr. Maria Ivanova and Phillip Stockhammer. Academy of Sciences, Heidelberg.  
  1. 2018 Haskel J. Greenfield and Tina L. Greenfield Butchering technology in Middle Bronze Age Ashkelon. In Ashkelon 6: The Middle Bronze Age Ramparts and Gates of the North Slope and Later Fortifications, edited by Lawrence E. Stager, J. David Schloen, and Ross J. Voss, pp. 509-520. Boston: Harvard Semitic Museum 
  1. 2017 Tina L. Greenfield, Bioarchaeological research at Gird-i Bazar. In Radner, Karen; Kreppner, Florian Janoscha and Squitieri, Andrea (eds.) Unearthing the Dinka Settlement Complex: The 2016 Season at Gird-i Bazar and Qalat-i Dinka. Peshdar Plain Project Publications, Vol. 2. Gladbeck: PeWe-Verlag.  
  1. 2016 Tina Greenfield, Chris McKinny, and Itzhaq Shai "I Can Count All My Bones": A preliminary report of the Late Bronze faunal remains from Area B1 at Tel Burna, Israel, In The Wide Lens in Archaeology: Honoring Brian Hesse's Contributions to Anthropological Archaeology, edited by Justin Lev-Tov, Paula Wapnish and Allan Gilbert. Lockwood Press, pp. 433-66. 
  1. 2016 Karen Radner, Andrei Ašandulesi, Jörg Fassbinder, Tina Greenfield, Jean-Jacques Herr, Janoscha Kreppner, Andrea Squitieri. The Neo-Assyrian Border March of the Palace Herold: Geophysical Survey and Salvage Excavations at Gird-i Bazar and Qalat-i Dinka (Peshdar Plain Project 2015). In, The Archaeology of the Kurdistan Region Conference Proceedings, eds. K. Kopiannis & J. McGinnis Oxbow, pp. 341-55. 
  1. 2016 Tina Greenfield, The bioarchaeological sampling strategy, In K. Radner, F. J. Kreppner & A. Squitieri, edd. Exploring the Neo-Assyrian Frontier with Western Iran: The 2015 Season at Gird-i Bazar and Qalat-i Dinka. Peshdar Plain Project Publications 1: pp. 77-80. 
  1. 2016* Tina Greenfield, Feeding Empires: provisioning strategies at the Neo-Assyrian provincial capital of Tušḫan, In J. MacGinnis, D. Wicke & T. Greenfield, edd. The Provincial Archaeology of the Assyrian Empire. McDonald Institute Monographs. Oxford : Oxbow, pp. 295-307.  
  1. 2016* Tina L. Greenfield, Tina and Melissa S. Rozensweig. Assyrian provincial life: a comparison of botanical and faunal remains from Tušhan (Ziyaret Tepe), southeastern Turkey, In Proceedings 9th ICAANE, Basel 2014: 305-321.  
  1. 2015 Haskel J. Greenfield, and Tina L. Greenfield 2015 The Near Eastern and Biblical Archaeology Laboratory (NEBAL) at St. Paul’s College. In Christine Butterill (ed.), St. Paul’s College: A Centenary Celebration. St. Paul’s College, Winnipeg, pp. 338-350. 
  1. 2014* Tina Jongsma-Greenfield, and Haskel Greenfield. Bronze and Iron Age subsistence changes in the Upper Tigris: zooarchaeology of Operation E at Ziyaret Tepe, southeastern Turkey. In Bea De Cupere, Veerle Linseele, and S. Hamilton-Dyer (eds.) Archaeozoology of the Near East X. Proceedings of the Tenth International Symposium on the Archaeozoology of South-western Asia and Adjacent Areas. Ancient Near Eastern Studies Supplement Series 44, pp. 121-144. Peeters Publishing, Leuven. ISBN 978-90-429-2966-1. 
  1. 2013* Dirk Wicke, and Tina Greenfield The ‘Bronze Palace’ at Ziyaret Tepe – preliminary remarks on the architecture and faunal analysis. In Assyrian Provincial Palaces, eds. D. Kertai & P. Miglus. (Heidelberger Studien zum Alten Orient 15.) Heidelberg: Heidelberger Orientverlag, pp. 63-121.  
  1. 2008 Haskel Greenfield and Tina Jongsma Sedentary pastoral gatherers in the Early Neolithic – architectural, botanical, and zoological evidence for mobile economies from Foeni-Salas, SW Romania. In Living Well Together? Settlement and Materiality in the Neolithic of South-East and Central Europe, edited by Douglass W. Bailey, Alasdair Whittle and Daniela Hofmann. Oxford: Oxbow Books, pp. 108-130. With contributions by Sandra Jezik and Elizabeth Arnold. 
  1. 2006 Haskel Greenfield and Tina Jongsma The spatial organization of Early Neolithic settlements in temperate southeastern Europe: a view from Blagotin, Serbia. In Space and Spatial Analysis in Archaeology, edited by Elizabeth C. Robertson, Jeffrey D. Siebert, Deepika C. Fernandez, and Marc U. Zender, pp. 69-79. Calgary: University of Calgary Press. 
  1. 2003 Tina Jongsma and Haskel Greenfield The Household cluster concept in Archaeology: A brief review. In Early Symbolic Systems for Communication in Southeast Europe, edited by Lolita Nikolova. British Archaeological Reports, International Series 1139 (vol. 1), pp. 21-24 (ISBN 1 84171 334 1). 
  1. 2002 Tina Jongsma and Haskel Greenfield The household as behaviour: an anthropological perspective. In Material Evidence and Cultural Pattern: Material Evidence and Cultural Pattern in Prehistory. Contributions to the Theory and History of the Household and Burial Customs. Reports of Prehistoric Research Projects, Vol. 5, pp. 1-11. International Institute of Anthropology & Prehistory Foundation. Salt Lake City & Karlovo. Printed in Bulgaria by Gankom (Karlovo). 
  1. 2001 Tina Jongsma and Haskel Greenfield Architectural technology and the spread of early agricultural societies in temperate southeastern Europe In Untrampled ground - untrammelled views: Human exploitation of and settlement patterns on new landscapes. Proceedings of the 31st (1998) Annual Chacmool Conference, edited by Susan Tupakka, Jason Gillespie, and Christy de Mille. University of Calgary, Department of Archaeology, University of Calgary, Alberta, pp. 181-200. 
  1. 1996 Tina Jongsma and Haskel Greenfield The vertebrate fauna from Middle and Late Neolithic Sinandrei, SW Romania, 1992 Excavations. In The Vinča Culture, its role and cultural connections: International Symposium on the Vinča Culture, its Role and Cultural Connections, Timişoara, Romania, October 1995, edited by Florin Draşovean. Bibliotheca Historica et Archaeologica Banatica, Tomus Secundus, pp. 295-308. Timişoara, Romania; The Museum of the Banat.  
  1. 1994 Tina Jongsma Analysis of the 1992 soil cores from Sinandrei, Romania. Studii de Istorie a Banatului Timişoara 15: 45-54. 

Publication

Journal articles

2022

  • Greenfield, TL., McMahon, AM., O'Connell, TC., Reade, H., Holmden, C., Fletcher, AC., Zettler, RL. and Petrie, CA., 2022. Were there royal herds? Understanding herd management and mobility using isotopic characterizations of cattle tooth enamel from Early Dynastic Ur. PLoS One, v. 17 http://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0265170
  • 2018

  • Greenfield, HJ., Greenfield, TL., Shai, I., Albaz, S. and Maeir, AM., 2018. Household rituals and sacrificial donkeys: Why are there so many domestic donkeys buried in an early bronze age neighborhood at tell es-Sâfi/Gath? Near Eastern Archaeology, v. 81 http://doi.org/10.5615/neareastarch.81.3.0202.pdf
  • Greenfield, HJ., Greenfield, TL., Shai, L., Albaz, S. and Maeir, AM., 2018. Household Rituals and Sacrificial Donkeys Why Are There So Many Domestic Donkeys Buried in an Early Bronze Age Neighborhood at Tell es-Safi/Gath? NEAR EASTERN ARCHAEOLOGY, v. 81 http://doi.org/10.5615/neareastarch.81.3.0202
  • Teaching and Supervisions

    Teaching: 

    Dr Greenfield teaches on A3: Introduction to the Cultures of Egypt and Mesopotamia and A25: Mesopotamian Archaeology: prehistory and early states.

    Other Professional Activities

    1. Editorial Staff, Frontiers in Environmental Archaeology Journal, Geneva  
    1. Reviewer for journals:  
    • Iraq;  
    • Iran,  
    • PlosOne;  
    • Bioarchaeology of the Ancient Near East; 
    • International Journal of Palaeopathology 

    Job Titles

    Lecturer in Mesopotamian Archaeology (2022-23)
    Dr Tina Greenfield

    General Info

    Not available for consultancy
    Research Expertise / Fields of study: 
    Zooarchaeology

    Contact Details

    tlg26 [at] cam.ac.uk

    Affiliations

    Person keywords: 
    ancient economies
    early complex societies
    ancient Near Eastern empires
    Subjects: 
    Assyriology and Mesopotamian Archaeology
    Themes: 
    Environment, Landscapes and Settlement
    Material Culture
    Rethinking Complexity
    Geographical areas: 
    Mesopotamia and the Near East