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The project AGRINA - Human transitional pathways towards food production in North Africa: Technological and environmental signatures.
Investigating the changing social landscape of the southern Danish island of Als from the Neolithic to the Viking period.
A cross-disciplinary series of international symposia, lectures, and publications, funded under the British Academy's UK-Latin American and Caribbean Link Programme.
Excavation in the cemetery area of the ancient Latin town of Crustumerium, Rome.
Investigating the socio-cultural and environmental impacts of colonialism.
Studying the diversity of political frontiers in Etruria.
A Diachronic Analysis of Four Scholarly Libraries.
The Cyrenaica prehistory project, Libya.
This project regards the application and development of novel techniques of landscape archaeology in central Tyrrhenian, Italy.
Investigating ancient Pushkalavati: Excavations at Balar Hisar, Charsadda, North-West Frontier Province, Pakistan.
Investigating the Iron Age landscape of the island of Lismore.
A project investigating the Mamasani district in the highlands of Fars in southwest Iran.
The Marakwet Heritage Project is a community-based collaboration which involves a multidisciplinary investigation into Marakwet history, heritage, landscape and farming.
Analysis of the faience from excavations of the kiln at Kom Helul, Memphis.
Excavation at the magnificently-decorated Minaret of Jam, Afghanistan.
The Northeast Algonquin Palaeo-Lake and Environmental Assessment (NAPLEA).
Excavations and survey work at the ancient town of Nepi carried out during the early 1990s under the umbrella of the Tiber valley project of the British School at Rome .
Changing Paleoenvironments and Hunter-Gatherer Strategies in the Northern Adriatic Basin.
Quoygrew is a late Viking Age and medieval rural settlement on the island of Westray in Orkney, Scotland.
A study of the Roman pottery of the Nepi Survey Project in 2007.
Investigating indications of the early occurrence and development of aspects of religious practices and belief.
A series of inter-related projects are enhancing knowledge of the South (east) Etruria area north of Rome.
Star Carr and the early postglacial occupation of the Vale of Pickering, North Yorkshire.
Excavations at the Brough of Deerness, an enigmatic Viking Age site in Orkney.
Understanding power relations and social practice in the Calchaqui Valley, Argentina during the period before the Inka conquest (AD 1000-1450).
Investigating long-term and present-day interactions between people and rainforest in the Kelabit Highlands of central Borneo.
Researching how and where broomcorn millet was first domesticated and why it appears on opposite sides of Asia at a similar time, 8,000 years ago.
Ancient Settlements of the Gangetic Plain: Location and Territoriality.
Investigating unsolved problems of the fourth and third millennium BC in Malta.
Bioarchaeological analysis of early cold-climate human ecology.
The project aims to contribute to the understanding of weaving by focusing on the identification of plants used for the earliest textiles (ca 28,000 to 20,000 years ago).
Excavation at Hang Boi, the Fortune-Teller's Cave, Vietnam.
Collapse and transformation in the Mediterranean 1200-500 BC.
Mapping the lower and middle Tiber catchment: Archaeological site recovery, erosion, water management (artificial channels), land use, DEM precision, and demographic reconstruction.
Excavations at the cave site of Vela Spila, island of Korčula, Croatia.
Visual Perception and Cognition in the Rock Carvings of Northern Russia.