Ruth Siddall: Recent Publications

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Bevan, A., Connolly, J., Colledge, S., Frederick, C., Palmer, C., Siddall, R. & Stellatou, A., 2013, The long-term ecology of agricultural terraces and enclosed fields from Antikythera, Greece. Human Ecology, 41(2), 255-272.

Siddall, R., 2013, Medieval mortars and the Gothic Revival: The Cosmati Pavement at Westminster Abbey., 3rd Historic Mortars Conference, Glasgow, 11-14 September 2013., 8 pp.

White, P., Siddall, R., Underwood, C. and BouDagher-Fadel, M., 2012, The geological provenance of coloured carbonate mosaic materials used at Fishbourne.
Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplementary Series , 91 111 - 134.

Hobbs, L. W. & Siddall, R., 2011, Cementitious materials of the ancient world. In: Ringbom, Å. & Hohlfelder, R.L., (eds.) Building Roma aeterna: current research on Roman mortar and concrete., The Finnish Society of Sciences and Letters, Helsinki., 35-60.

Siddall, R., 2011, From kitchen to bathhouse: the use of waste ceramics as pozzolanic additives in Roman mortars. In: Ringbom, Å. & Hohlfelder, R.L., (eds.) Building Roma aeterna: current research on Roman mortar and concrete., The Finnish Society of Sciences and Letters, Helsinki., 152-168.

Piovesan, R., Siddall, R., Mazzoli, C. & Nodari, L., 2011, The Temple of Venus (Pompeii): a study of the pigments and painting techniques. Journal of Archaeological Sciences, 38 (10) 2633 - 2643.

Rowe, S., Siddall, R. & Stacey, R., 2010, Romano-Egyptian gilded cartonnage: technical study and conservation of a mummy mask from Hawara. In: Dawson, J., Rozeik, C. & Wright, M.M., (eds.) Decorated Surfaces on Ancient Egyptian Objects: Technology, Deterioration and Conservation. Archetype Publications: London. 106-121.

Siddall, R (2012) Appendix 6: Analysis of pigments from the Gurob ship-cart model. In: The Gurob ship-cart model and it Mediterranean context. Texas A & M University Press, College Station, Texas., 243-247.

Texas A & M Press

Eastaugh, N., Walsh, V., Chaplin, T. & Siddall, R., 2008, Pigment Compendium: A Dictionary and Optical Microscopy of Historic Pigments. Butterworth-Heinemann, London., 958 pp.