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Rahil Alipour Persian crucible steel production

Silvia Amicone From pottery to metal: tracing technological links of pyrotechnologies in the Vinča culture, Serbia

Leah Acheson Roberts How can contemporary sculpture be used as an interpretive resource for archaeology in a museum context?

Veysel Apaydin The Presentation of the Past: Pitfalls and Potentials-Education and Archaeology, Heritage and Local Communities in Turkey-the case studies of Çatalhöyük, Ani and Hattuŝa

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Eleanor Kingwell-Banham Early rice agriculture in South Asia. Identifying early cultivation systems using archaebotany.

Meghan Banton Diarrhoea, Dysentery, and the Clap: Connecting the Soldiering Lifestyle to Literary and Skeletal Evidence of Reactive Arthritides Induced by Gastrointestinal and Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Rebecca Beardmore Understanding Late Bronze and Early Iron Age land use and subsistence strategies in Kazakhstan: an approach using geoarchaeology and phytolith analysis

Agnese Benzonelli Validation of Analytical Methods for a Non-Invasive Characterization of Natural and Artificial Patinas

Valentina Bernardi Impact of Agricultural Intensification and Population Expansion on the Health, Growth, and Disease of the Post-Meroitic and Late Medieval Upper Nubian Populations

Tatjana Beuthe Interactions between Egypt and the Near East in the 4th-early 3rd millenium BCE

Lesley Blundell  Early human landscape use in North-west Europe

Emmy Bocaege Enamel defects as indicators of childhood stress in the Neolithic Near East

Oliver Boles How can geoarchaeology be applied to develop an archaeology of ephemeral pastoralist settlement in eastern Africa

Josef Briffa Representation, Agency and Symbolic manipulation in the Late Iron Age Southern Levant (8-6th centuries B.C.)

Rose Broadley From Wics to monasteries and palaces: investigating Anglo-Saxon vessel glass from settlement contexts

Andrew Brown Material Culture Traditions of Prehistoric New Zealand

Diana Briscoe The Stamped Wheel-turned Pottery of Fourth Century Britain and its Relationship to the Stamped Hand-made Pottery of Britain from the Post-Roman Period

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Yunci Cai Indigenous Agency, Native Curatorship and Cross-cultural Museum Practices in Southeast Asia

Anastasya Cholakova Glass supply and consumption in the Byzantine Empire

Carol Lo-Yun Chung Art Museum as Learning Space: Theory and Practice of Taiwanese Art Museums

Peter Coe From plastic drain pipes and satellite dishes to coastal flooding: archaeological heritage within standing buildings: Why do people in England not comply with the Legislative and Regulatory Framework for the Protection of Archaeological heritage in Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas

Rhiannon Comeau Land, people and power in early medieval Wales: the cantref of Cemais in comparative perspective

Susheela Crease An investigation into the practice of deposition in watery contexts in the British pre-Roman Iron Age to Roman transition

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Beatrijs De Groot Ceramic assemblages as evidence of social interaction in Neolithic Anatolia and the Balkans

Tessa Dickinson A landscape and material-based approach to Egyptian royal mortuary architecture in the early third millennium BC

Sirio Canós Donnay Historical landscapes of High Casamance: power, mobility, and sociopolitical change in southern Senegal

Victoria Donnellan The role of collections of classical antiquities in UK regional museums

Elpida Dragasi The Legislative Process in developing Cultural Heritage Protection Policy in Greece with particular reference to Law 3028/2002

Matilda Duncker Egyptianizing Funerary Architecture in Victorian Britain: the consumption of bereavement

Lindsay Duncan Changing scales of human impact and the role of archaeological deposits in the formation of the modern landscape: A case study at Marco Gonzalez, Ambergris Caye, Belize

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Ruth Fillery-Travis A diachronic analysis of Roman iron production exploring geo-temporal and socio-economic variation and influence on technological processes

Kate Fulcher Colour in the New Kingdom Town: the technology of painted vernacular architecture at Amara West and Amarna

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Jonathan Gardner Contemporary archaeologies of the modern Olympic Games

Nicky Garland The Transforming Landscape: How did settlement develop across South East Britain from BC 300 to 100 AD?

Jill Goulder Social and economic impacts of early use of working donkeys and cattle in the Ancient Near East: insights from modern working-animal studies

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Stacy Hackner Bending Stress and Midshaft Shape Change in the Human Leg

Gail Hammond Encircling the Bajo: Ancient Maya settlements on the edge of the Lowlands. A study of Nojol Nah and Sites around the Alacranes Bajo

Donna Harrison A comparison of morphological and metrical methods used to estimate sex in adult and juvenile skeletal material

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Jamie Larkin A study into the commercialisation of museums and heritage sites and the effect this has on the public perception of the past

Hana Lewis Pattern and process in Anglo-Saxon rural settlement

Siran Liu Gold/Silver Smelting Technology in Historical Period of China

MAmy Maitland Gardner Gestures in Late Classic Maya Art: A Classification and Interpretation of Ancient Maya Bodily

Anke Marsh The palaeoecology of environmental change, subsistence and sustainability in the Fertile Crescent during the Mid to Late Holocene

Joanna Martin Variations in the presence and distribution of Osteoarthritis: A case study from East Anglia

Sally McAleely Arranged Plant Material as Material Culture: Featuring Archaeobotanical Remains from Ancient Egypt. Colloquially known as 'Flower Arranging'

Flora Michelaki Mortuary architecture, depositional behaviour and social change in the tholos cemeteries of south-central Crete, 3000-1700 BC.

Annemieke Milks Lethal Threshold: The Evolutionary Implications of Middle Pleistocene Weaponry

Hana K Morel Archaeology in Global Cities: Understanding the Archaeological Profession and the Impact of Policy Transfer on Urban Archaeology in London and New York City

Haggai Mor Application of property law to archaeological collections in England

Alex Mulhall Connectivity and economy in Bronze to Iron Age Greece: a zooarchaeological perspective from the trading node of Lefkandi

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Mariana Nabais Neanderthal Small Prey Consumption in Central Portugal

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Vana Orfanou Early Iron Age Greek Bronze Technology: votive offerings from the temple of Thavlios Zeus at ancient Pherae, Thessaly

Ahmed M. Mekawy Ouda Weret-hekau“Great of Magic” in the Religious Landscape of Ancient Egypt

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Alessio Palmisano Spatial Approaches to the Political and Commercial Landscapes of the Old Assyrian Colony Period

Anna Panagiotou A comparative approach to the decorated pottery of theBronze Age Eastern Mediterranean

Tina Paphitis The Folklore of Archaeology: Public Perceptions, Identity and Engagement with ‘Arthurian’ Sites

Emma Payne Condition, Significance and Conservation of Plaster Casts of Greek and Roman Sculpture

Matt Phelps An investigation into technological change and organisational developments in glass production between the Byzantine and Islamic periods (7-12th centuries) focussing on evidence from northern Israel

Kerrie A Pezzo Weekend Warriors’: Re-enactors, Living Historians, National Narratives and the Value of ‘Authenticity’ in the US and UK

Massimiliano Pinarello An Archaeological Discussion of Writing Practice: Deconstruction of the Ancient Egyptian Scribe

Tomos Proffitt A technological analysis of the Oldowan and Developed Oldowan assemblages from Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania

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Frederik Rademakers Urban metallurgy in the ancient eastern Mediterranean: case studies from New Kingdom Egypt, Iron Age Phrygia and the Late Roman Balkans

Bruna Rocha Archaeology of the Upper Tapajós River, Pará, Brazil

Joe Roe Modelling prehistoric hunting strategies in Jordan

Anna Maria Rossi Making Archaeology Abroad. A Post-colonial perspective in Malta

Christina Rozeik The public image and understanding of museum conservation in the UK

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Fabio Silva  Modeling anatomically modern human dispersals by fitting analytical and numerical predictions to the archaeological and fossil records

Hanna Sosnowska Is there a diagnostic Mesolithic period in India? Late Pleistocene and Holocene Lithic Assemblages of Bhimbetka and Central India

Andrea Squitieri Stone Vessels in the Near East from the Iron Age through the Hellenistic Period

Michelle Statton Dress, Adornment and Identity in Late Iron Age and Roman Britain

Colin Sterling The Role of Photography in the Social Construction of Heritage Sites

Hanna Steyne A River Runs Through It: Enhancing our understanding of 19th century London through an examination of London’s riverine archaeology

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Micòl Di Teodoro The kheneret wer: a new research

Reuben Thorpe Formation and Transformation: Perspectives on social and stratigraphic complexity from Roman Urban Centres

Yu-tz Tung Archaeological site management in Taiwan: the socio-political context of value-based approaches

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Pira Venunan An Archaeometallurgical investigation of the 9th Century AD iron smelting technology in Thailand with regard to Ban Kruat Area, Burirum

Sanja Vucetic Sexuality and Gender in Roman Provinces: Creating Identities Through Sexual Representations on moulded lamps and fine tableware

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Alia Wallace Integrating Presentation into Holistic Site Management: A case study of the Vesuvian Region

Carl Walsh Techniques of the body and the transmission of courtly lifestyles in the Bronze Age Eastern Mediterranean

Christie Willis Stonehenge and Late Neolithic mortuary practices

Felicity Winkley On the Map: A study of the attitudes of metal detectorists in England and their impact on conduct, conscientiousness and the success of the Portable Antiquities Scheme

Tom Williams Landscape and Warfare in Early Medieval Britain

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Min Yin The earliest high-fired glazed ceramics in China: Scientific studies of the proto-porcelains from Zhejiang during the Shang and Zhou periods (c.1700-221 BC)

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