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Ahmed, Abdul-Azim 2013. Faith in comedy: Representations of Muslim identity in British comedy. South Asian Popular Culture 11 (1) , pp. 91-96. 10.1080/14746689.2013.765232

Ahmed, Abdul-Azim 2018. The other ethical approval: The importance of being 'Islamic'. Fieldwork in Religion 12 (2) , 204. 10.1558/firn.35668

Ahmed, Abdul-Azim 2019. Conceptualising Mosque diversity. Journal of Muslims in Europe 8 (2) , pp. 138-158. 10.1163/22117954-12341390
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Ahmed, Azim 2019. Little Mosque on the Prairie and the Paradoxes of Cultural Translation, by Kyle Conway [Book Review]. Television and New Media 10.1177/1527476418822729

Ahmed, Mohammed 2016. Sacred rhythms: an ethnography of a Cardiff mosque. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Aird, William Morton 2004. Edward A. Freeman in America and 'The English People in its Three Homes'. Haskins Society Journal 15 , pp. 40-54.

Aird, William Morton 2007. Death and remembrance: the Durham Liber Vitae. [Working Paper]. Cardiff Historical Papers, Cardiff: Cardiff University.
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Aird, William Morton 2007. "Sweet civility and barbarous rudeness": a view from the frontier. Abbot Ailred of Rievaulx and thee Scots. In: Ellis, Steven G. and Klusáková, Lud'a eds. Imagining Frontiers, Contesting Identities, Thematic Work Group 5, Pisa: Edizioni Plus, Pisa University Press, pp. 59-75.

Aird, William Morton 2007. Northumbria and the making of the kingdom of the English. SEIYOSHIKENKYU: The Study of Occidental History 36 , pp. 180-99.

Alba López, Almudena and González-Salinero, Raúl 2019. Codex Theodosianus 16.2.12 and the Genesis of the Ecclesiastic Privilegium Fori. Journal of Late Antique Religion and Culture 13 , pp. 1-21. 10.18573/jlarc.109
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Albarella, U., Beech, M., Curl, J., Locker, A., Moreno-Garcí­a, M. and Mulville, Jacqueline 2009. Norwich Castle: Excavations and Historical Surveys 1987-98, Part III: a Zooarchaeological Study. East Anglian Archaeology Occasional Paper, vol. 22. Oxford: East Anglian Archaeology.

Alderton, Nicholas 2015. The formation of the Welsh Liberal Party, 1966-67. Presented at: Political Studies Association Annual Conference, Sheffield, UK, 30 March - 1 April 2015.

Alderton, Nicholas K. 2019. Welsh Liberal Party 1966-70: New beginnings and the challenge of Plaid Cymru. Journal of Liberal History 103 , pp. 1-25.
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Aldhouse-Green, Miranda Jane 2001. Cosmovision and metaphor: monsters and shamans in Gallo-British cult-expression. European Journal of Archaeology 4 (2) , pp. 203-232.

Aldhouse-Green, Miranda Jane 2004. An archaeology of images: iconology and cosmology in Iron Age and Roman Europe. London: Routledge.

Aldhouse-Green, Miranda Jane 2004. Crowning glories: languages of hair in later prehistoric Europe. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 70 (Decemb) , pp. 299-325.

Aldhouse-Green, Miranda Jane 2006. Semiologies of subjugation: the ritualisation of war-prisoners in later European antiquity. In: Otto, Ton, Thrane, Henrik and Vandkilde, Helle eds. Warfare and Society: Archaeological and Social Anthropological Perspectives, Aarhus: Aarhus University Press, pp. 281-304.

Aldhouse-Green, Miranda Jane 2010. Caesar's druids: story of an ancient priesthood. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.

Aldhouse-Green, Miranda Jane 2012. Singing stones: contextualising body language in Romano-British iconography. Britannia 43 , pp. 115-134. 10.1017/S0068113X12000190
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Aldhouse-Green, Miranda Jane 2014. Style over content: schematism and surrealism in Romano-British cult iconography. In: Maier, Thomas and Tillessen, Petra eds. Archaeological Imaginations of Religion, Archaeolingua: Series minor, vol. 31. Budapest: Archaeolingua,

Aleshire, Sara and Lambert, Stephen David 2011. The Attic gene and the Athenian religious reform of 21 BC. In: Richardson, James H. and Santangelo, Federico eds. Priests and State in the Roman World, Potsdamer Altertumswissenschaftliche Beiträge, vol. 33. Stuttgart: Steiner, pp. 553-575.

Aleshire, Sara B. and Lambert, Stephen 2003. Making the Peplos for Athena: A New Edition of IG II2 1060+1036. Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 142 , pp. 65-86.

Ali, Muhammad 2016. Immaculate Conception: Islam. In: Thomas, David, Helmer, Christine, McKenzie, Steven Linn, Römer, Thomas Chr, Schröter, Jens, Walfish, Barry Dov and Ziolkowski, Eric eds. Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception Online, Vol. 12. Berlin: De Gruyter, pp. 970-971.

Ali, Muhammad Mansur 2014. Perspectives on drug addiction in Islamic history and theology. Religions 5 (3) , pp. 912-928.
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Ali, Muhammad Mansur 2015. Muslim minorities and citizenship: authority, communities and Islamic Law by Sean Oliver-Dee [Book Review]. Islam and Christian–Muslim Relations 26 (1) , pp. 111-113. 10.1080/09596410.2014.964038

Ali, Muhammad Mansur 2015. Is the British weather anti-Islamic? Prayer times, the Ulama and application of the Shari'a. Contemporary Islam 9 (2) , pp. 171-187. 10.1007/s11562-014-0318-7

Ali, Muhammad Mansur 2016. Our bodies belong to God: The Human Transplantation Act and Cardiff Muslims’ response to it. Presented at: Seminar on Death and Dying, University of Bath, Bath, UK, October 2016.

Ali, Muhammad Mansur 2016. Transplanting Fatwa: Fatwa on organ donation. Presented at: Markfield Institute of Higher Education: Research Seminar, Markfield, UK, October 2016.

Ali, Muhammad Mansur 2017. Shifting discourse in the Muslim debate on organ transplanting. Presented at: Research Seminar, Al-Mahdi Institute, Birmingham, UK, 27 April 2017.

Ali, Muhammad Mansur 2018. Muslim chaplaincy as a model for Imamship: from liminality to immanent spirituality. In: Hashas, Mohammed, De Ruiter, Jan Jaap, Vinding, Niels and Hajji, Khalid eds. Imams in Western Europe, Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, pp. 295-315.

Ali, Muhammad Mansur 2019. Organ donation: ‘Redressing the reality’. Journal of the British Islamic Medical Association 2 (1)
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Ali, Muhammad Mansur 2019. Three British Muftis understanding of organ transplantation. Journal of the British Islamic Medical Association 2
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Ali, Muhammad Mansur and Gilliat-Ray, Sophie 2012. Muslim chaplains: working at the interface of 'public' and 'private'. In: Ahmad, Waqar I. U. and Sardar, Ziauddin eds. Muslims in Britain: Making Social and Political Space, Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 84-100.

Allen, Michael J., Sharples, Niall MacPherson and O'Connor, Terry 2009. Land and people: Papers in Memory of John G. Evans. Prehistoric Society Research Papers, vol. 2. Oxford: Oxbow Books.

Almutairi, Majed 2012. The archaeology of Kuwait. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Amstutz, Galen and Dessi, Ugo 2014. Approaching Japanese religions under globalization. Journal of Religion in Japan 3 (2-3) , pp. 83-95. 10.1163/22118349-00302001

Anagol, Padma 2002. The Emergence of the female criminal in India: Infanticide and survival under the Raj. History Workshop Journal 53 (Spring) , pp. 73-93. 10.1093/hwj/53.1.73

Anagol, Padma 2006. Vasahatkalin Bharatatil Marathi Madhyamvargiya Striyanche ghargutee Baget (Marathi) or Family budgets, thrift and household management as reflected in the writings of middle class Maharashtrian women in colonial India. (English translation). Marathi Samshodhan Patrika or Quarterly Journal of the Marathi Research Institute 53 (1) , pp. 23-32.

Anagol, Padma 2006. The emergence of feminism in India, 1850-1920. Aldershot: Ashgate.

Anagol, Padma 2007. From the symbolic to the open: women's resistance in colonial Maharashtra. In: Anindita, Ghosh ed. Behind the Veil: Resistance, Women, and the Everyday in Colonial South Asia, Permanent Black, pp. 21-57.

Anagol, Padma 2008. Agency, periodisation and change in the gender and women's history of India. Gender and History 20 (3) , pp. 603-627.

Anagol, Padma 2008. Rebellious wives and dysfunctional marriages: Indian women's discourses and participation in the debates over restitution of conjugal rights and the child marriage controversy in the 1880s and 1890s. In: Sarkar, Sumit and Sarkar, Tanika eds. Women and Social Reform in Modern India: A Reader, Bloomington: Indiana University Press, pp. 282-312.

Anagol, Padma 2008. Agency, periodisation and change in the gender and women's history of colonial India. Gender and History 20 (3) , pp. 603-627. 10.1111/j.1468-0424.2008.00539.x

Anagol, Padma 2010. Feminist inheritances and foremothers: The beginnings of feminism in modern India. Women's History Review 19 (4) , pp. 523-546. 10.1080/09612025.2010.502398

Anagol, Padma 2013. Gender, religion and anti-feminism in Hindu right wing writings: Notes from a nineteenth-century Indian woman-patriot's text 'Essays in the Service of a Nation'. Women's Studies International Forum 37 , pp. 104-113. 10.1016/j.wsif.2012.11.002

Anagol, Padma 2013. The infanticidal woman. In: Roy, Anupama and Dube, Saurabh eds. Crime Through Time, Themes in Indian History, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 166-180.

Anagol, Padma 2017. Languages of Injustice: The culture of 'prize-giving' and information gathering on female infanticide in nineteenth-century India. Cultural and Social History 14 (4) , pp. 429-445. 10.1080/14780038.2017.1329124
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Anagol, Padma and Grey, Daniel J. 2017. Rethinking justice and gender in South Asia, 1772-2013: : Introduction to speical issue. Cultural and Social History 14 (4) 10.1080/14780038.2017.1358972
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Ancarno, Clyde, Davis, Oliver and Wyatt, David 2015. Forging communities: the CAER Heritage Project and the dynamics of co-production. In: O'Brien, D. and Matthews, P. eds. After Urban Regeneration: Communities, Policy and Place, Policy Press, pp. 113-130.

Anders, Adam 2011. Roman light infantry and the art of combat: the nature and experience of skirmishing and non-pitched battle in Roman warfare 264 BC – AD 235. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Andreescu, R., Bailey, Douglass W., Mills, Stephen Francis, Trick, S. and Mirea, P. 2002. Locuirea neo-eneolitică din valea Teleormanului, zona Lăceni-Măgura (Southern Romania Archaeological Project) / Neo-eneolithical occupation in the Teleorman valley, Lăceni-Măgura floodplain (Southern Romanian Archaeological Project). In: Marinescu-Bîlcu, S. ed. Studii de Preistorie, Vol. 1/2001. Bucureşti: Asociaţia Română de Archeologie / Editura Ars Docendi, pp. 33-46.

Andrews, Jonathan, Briggs, Asa, Porter, Roy, Tucker, Penny and Waddington, Keir 1997. History of Bethlem. Abingdon: Routledge.

Arbuckle, Benjamin S., Kansa, Sarah Whitcher, Kansa, Eric, Orton, David, Cakirlar, Canan, Gourichon, Lionel, Atici, Levent, Galik, Alfred, Marciniak, Arkadiusz, Mulville, Jacqueline, Buitenhuis, Hijlke, Carruthers, Denise, De Cupere, Bea, Demirergi, Arzu, Frame, Sheelagh, Helmer, Daniel, Martin, Louise, Peters, Joris, Poellath, Nadja, Pawlowska, Kamilla, Russell, Nerissa, Twiss, Katheryn and Wuertenberger, Doris 2014. Data sharing reveals complexity in the westward spread of domestic animals across Neolithic Turkey. Plos One 9 (6) , e107824. 10.1371/journal.pone.0099845
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Baars, Christian, Henderson, Jane and Hopkins, Sally 2018. Better pest management through more effective communication of data. Presented at: The museum ecosystem: exploring how different subject specialisms can work closer together, Leeds City Museum, 26 - 27 Apr 2018. p. 1.
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Baars, Christian, Rogers, Rachael, Henderson, Jane, Bevins, Richard, Olliver, Graham, Spillards, Deborah, Jones, Thomas Hefin and Gwilt, Diane 2013. New concepts in the management of museum collections. Presented at: Joint meeting of Paläontologische Gesellschaft and Palaeontological Society of China,, Gottingen, Germany, 20 -29 September 2013. Gottingen, Germany: Joint meeting of Paläontologische Gesellschaft and Palaeontological Society of China,
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Baeten, J., Jervis, Ben, De Vos, D. and Waelkens, M. 2013. Molecular evidence for the mixing of meat, fish and vegetables in Anglo-Saxon coarseware from Hamwic, UK. Archaeometry 55 (6) , pp. 1150-1174. 10.1111/j.1475-4754.2012.00731.x
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Baig, Mustafa 2015. The non-military aspects of Kitab al-Jihad. In: Kendall, Elisabeth and Stein, Ewan eds. Twenty-First Century Jihad: Law, Society and Military Action, I. B. Tauris, pp. 97-111.

Baig, Mustafa 2015. Operating Islamic jurisprudence in non-Muslim jurisdictions: traditional Islamic precepts and contemporary controversies in the United States. Chicago-Kent Law Review 90 , pp. 79-110.

Bailey, D. W., Andreescu, R., Howard, A., Macklin, M. and Mills, Stephen Francis 2004. Alluvial landscapes in the temperate Balkan Neolithic: investigating changes in fifth millennium BC land-use. Presented at: XIVème congrès UISPP - XIVth UISPP Congress, University of Liège, Liège, Belgium, 2-8 September 2001. Published in: Cauwe, N., Vander Linde, M., Tunca, Ö and Lebeau, M. eds. The Copper Age in the Near East and Europe. BAR International Series , vol. 1303. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports, pp. 339-341.

Bailey, Douglass, Cochrane, Andrew and Zambelli, Jean 2010. Unearthed: A comparative study of Jōmon dogū and Neolithic figurines. Norwich: Salisbury Centre for Visual Arts.
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Bailey, Douglass W., Andreescu, R., Howard, A. J., Macklin, M. G. and Mills, Stephen Francis 2002. Alluvial landscapes in the temperate Balkan Neolithic: transitions to tells. Antiquity 76 (292) , pp. 349-355.

Bailey, Douglass W., Andreescu, R., Thissen, L., Howard, A., Macklin, M. G., Haita, C. and Mills, Stephen Francis 2000. Landscape archaeology of Neolithic southcentral Romania: aims, methods and preliminary results of the Southern Romania Archaeological Project. Studii şi Cercetări de Istorie Veche şi Arheologie 51 (3-4) , pp. 131-151.

Bailey, Douglass W. and Mills, Stephen Francis 2011. The Măgura intervention: the contemporary past in a Romanian village. In: Velho, G. ed. Art-Landscape Transformations, Porto: GRECA Artes Gráficas, pp. 33-40.

Bailey, Douglass Whitfield 2005. Beyond the meaning of Neolithic houses: specific objects and serial repetition. In: Bailey, Douglass Whitfield, Whittle, Alasdair William Richardson and Cummings, Victoria Mary eds. (Un)settling the Neolithic, Oxford: Oxbow, pp. 90-97.

Bailey, Douglass Whitfield 2005. Prehistoric figurines: representation and corporeality in the Neolithic. London: Routledge.

Bailey, Douglass Whitfield 2007. The anti-rhetorical power of representational absence: incomplete figurines in the Balkan Neolithic. In: Renfrew, Colin and Morley, Iain eds. Image and Imagination: A Global Prehistory of Figurative Representation, McDonald Institute Monographs, Cambridge: McDonald Institute of Archeological Research, pp. 111-120.

Bailey, Douglass Whitfield 2007. Holocene changes in the level of the Black Sea: consequences at a human scale. In: Yanko-Hombach, Valentina, Gilbert, Allan S., Panin, Nicolae and Dolukhanov, Pavel M. eds. The Black Sea Flood Question: Changes in Coastline, Climate, and Human Settlement, Dordrecht: Springer, pp. 515-536.

Baker, Ian 2006. Shepherd of Hermas : A socio-rhetorical and statistical-linguistic study of authorship and community concerns. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Baker, Mark 2015. The development of the Welsh country house: ‘dy lŷs enaid y wlad/your court, the soul of the land’. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Baker, Patty, King, Helen and Totelin, Laurence Marie Victoria 2014. Teaching ancient medicine: the issues of abortion. In: Rabinowitz, Nancy Sorkin and McHardy, Fiona eds. From Abortion to Pederasty: Addressing Difficult Topics in the Classics Classroom, Columbus, Ohio: The Ohio State University Press, pp. 71-91.

Baker, Sera, Gray, Annie, Lakin, Kay, Madgwick, Richard, Poole, Kris and Sandias, Michaela 2009. Food and drink in Archaeology 2. Totnes: Prospect.

Baker-Brian, Nicholas 2003. '... quaedam disputationes Adimanti' (Retr. I. xxii. 1): Reading the Manichaean Biblical Discordance in Augustine's Contra Adimantum. Augustinian Studies 34 (2) , pp. 175-196. 10.5840/augstudies200334211

Baker-Brian, Nicholas 2009. Manichaeism in the Later Roman Empire: A study of Augustine's 'Contra Adimantum'. Lampeter: Edwin Mellen Press.

Baker-Brian, Nicholas 2011. Manichaeism: An ancient faith rediscovered. London: T & T Clark International.

Baker-Brian, Nicholas 2012. The politics of virtue in Julian's Misopogon. In: Baker-Brian, Nicholas and Tougher, Shaun Fitzroy eds. Emperor and Author: The Writings of Julian the Apostate, Swansea: Classical Press of Wales, pp. 263-280.

Baker-Brian, Nicholas 2013. Between testimony and rumour: Strategies of invective in Augustine's 'De moribus manichaeorum'. In: Quiroga Puertas, Alberto J. ed. The Purpose of Rhetoric in Late Antiquity: From Performance to Exegesis, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, pp. 31-53.

Baker-Brian, Nicholas 2013. Manichaeism. In: Pollmann, Karla and Otten, Willemien eds. The Oxford Guide to the Historical Reception of Augustine, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 871-877.

Baker-Brian, Nicholas 2013. Women in Augustine's anti-Manichaean writings: Rumour, rhetoric, and ritual. In: Vinzent, Markus ed. Studia Patristica LXX: Papers presented at the sixteenth International Conference on Patristic Studies held in Oxford 2011: Volume 18: St Augustine and his Opponents, Studia Patristica, vol. 70. Leuven: Peeters, pp. 499-520.

Baker-Brian, Nicholas 2016. “Putrid boils and sores, and burning wounds in the body”: the valorization of health and illness in late antique Manichaeism: Introduction: health and the Manichaean body. Harvard Theological Review 109 (3) , pp. 422-446. 10.1017/S001781601600016X
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Baker-Brian, Nicholas 2017. Manicheism. In: Toom, Tarmo ed. Augustine in Context, Cambridge University Press, pp. 137-144.

Baker-Brian, Nicholas 2017. Mass and elite in Late Antique religion: the case of Manichaeism. In: Evans, Richard ed. Mass and Elite in the Greek and Roman Worlds: From Sparta to Late Antiquity, London: Routledge, pp. 165-184.
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Baker-Brian, Nicholas 2018. Introduction. In: Lossl, Josef and Baker-Brian, Nicholas eds. A Companion to Religion in Late Antiquity, Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 1-8.

Baker-Brian, Nicholas and Galynina, I. 2013. Contra Faustum. In: Pollmann, Karla and Otten, Willemien eds. The Oxford Guide to the Historical Reception of Augustine, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 46-53.

Baker-Brian, Nicholas and Tougher, Shaun Fitzroy 2012. Introduction. In: Baker-Brian, Nicholas and Tougher, Shaun Fitzroy eds. Emperor and Author: The Writings of Julian the Apostate, Swansea: The Classical Press of Wales, xiii-xxi.

Baker-Brian, Nicholas J 2018. A new religion? The emergence of Manichaeism in Late Antiquity. In: Lossl, Josef and Baker-Brian, Nicholas eds. A Companion to Religion in Late Antiquity, Blackwell,
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Baneva, Kati 2019. A multiscalar model for the Neolithic Strymon. MPhil Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Bánffy, Eszter, Osztás, Anett, Oross, Krisztián, Zalai-Gaál, István, Marton, Tibor, Nyerges, Éva Ágnes, Köhler, Kitti, Bayliss, Alexandra, Hamilton, Derek and Whittle, Alasdair 2017. Alsónyék story: towards the history of a persistent place. The Bericht der Roemisch-Germanische Kommission. 94 , pp. 283-318. 10.11588/berrgk.1938.0.37156
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Barber, D.J., Freestone, Ian Charles and Moulding, K.M. 2010. Ancient copper red glasses: investigation and analysis by microbeam techniques. In: Shortland, A. J., Freestone, Ian Charles and Rehren, T. eds. From Mine to Microscope: Advances in the Study of Ancient Technology, Oxford: Oxbow, pp. 115-127.

Barker, Louise and Davis, Oliver 2013. Ground survey of Grassholm Island. Archaeology in Wales 52 , pp. 155-157.

Barker, Louise, Davis, Oliver, Driver, Toby and Johnston, Robert 2012. Puffins admidst prehistory: reinterpreting the complex landscape of Skomer Island. In: Britnell, William and Silvester, Robert eds. Reflections on the Past: Essays in Honour of Francis Lynch, Cambrian Archaeological Association, pp. 280-302.

Barker, Louise, Davis, Oliver, Driver, Toby and Johnston, Robert 2013. Geophysical survey on Skomer Island. Archaeology in Wales 52 , pp. 158-159.

Barker, Louise, Davis, Oliver, Driver, Toby and Johnston, Robert 2015. Skomer Island: North Stream settlement, hut group 8. Report of the trial excavation of a Late Iron Age mound of burnt stone. Archaeology in Wales 54 , pp. 152-158.

Baruah, Ved 2016. Addicts, peddlers, reformers: a social history of opium in Assam, 1826–1947. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Bates, A., Mulville, Jacqueline and Powell, Adrienne 2012. Animal bone. In: Allen, Tim, Hardy, Alan, Powell, Kelly and Donnelly, Michael eds. A Road Through the Past: Archaeological Discoveries on the A2 Pepperhill to Cobham Road-scheme in Kent, Oxford Archaeology Monograph No 16, Oxford: Oxford Archaeology Unit, pp. 81-561.

Bayliss, Alex, McAvoy, Fachta and Whittle, Alasdair William Richardson 2007. The world recreated: redating Silbury Hill in its monumental landscape. Antiquity 81 , pp. 26-53.

Bayliss, Alex and Whittle, Alasdair William Richardson 2007. Histories of the dead: building chronologies for five southern British long barrows. Cambridge Archaeological Journal.

Bayliss, Alexandra 2006. Interpreting chronology: the radiocarbon dating programme. In: Benson, Don and Whittle, Alasdair William Richardson eds. Building Memories: The Neolithic Cotswold Long Barrow at Ascott-under-Wychwood, Oxfordshire, Cardiff Studies in Archaeology, Oxford: Oxbow Books, pp. 221-236.

Bayliss, Alexandra, Beavan, Nancy, Hamilton, Derek, Köhler, Kitti, Nyerges, Éva Ágnes, Bronk Ramsey, Christopher, Dunbar, Elaine, Fecher, Marc, Goslar, Tomasz, Kromer, Bernd, Reimer, Paula, Bánffy, Eszter, Marton, Tibor, Oross, Krisztián, Osztás, Anett, Zalai-Gaál, István and Whittle, Alasdair 2017. Peopling the past: creating a site biography in the Hungarian Neolithic. Bericht der Roemisch-Germanische Kommission 94 , pp. 23-91. 10.11588/berrgk.1938.0.37150
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Bayliss, Alexandra and Bronk Ramsey, Christopher 2004. Pragmatic Bayesians: a decade of integrating radiocarbon dates into chronological models. In: Buck, Caitlin Elisabeth and Millard, Andrew R. eds. Tools for Constructing Chronologies: Crossing Disciplinary Boundaries, Lecture Notes in Statistics, vol. 177. London: Springer Verlag, pp. 25-41.

Bayliss, Alexandra, Cartwright, Caroline, Cook, Gordon, Griffiths, Seren, Madgwick, Richard, Marshall, Peter and Reimer, Paula 2017. Rings of fire and Grooved Ware settlement at West Kennet, Wiltshire. In: Bickle, Penelope, Cummings, Vicki, Hofmann, Daniela and Pollard, Joshua eds. The Neolithic of Europe, Oxbow, pp. 249-278.

Bayliss, Alexandra and Whittle, Alasdair 2015. Uncertain on principle: combining lines of archaeological evidence to create chronologies. In: Chapman, Robin and Wylie, Alison eds. Material Evidence: Learning from Archaeological Practice, Routledge, pp. 213-242.

Bayliss, Alexandra Louise and Whittle, Alasdair William Richardson 2007. Histories of the dead: building chronologies for five southern British long barrows. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 17 (S. 1)

Beattie, Melissa 2011. Just deserts: Roman military operations in arid environments (108 BC-AD 400). MPhil Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Benham, Jenny 2004. Philip Augustus and the Angevin Empire: the Scandinavian connexion. Mediaeval Scandinavia 14 , pp. 37-50.

Benham, Jenny 2005. Anglo-French peace conferences in the Twelfth Century. In: Gillingham, John ed. Anglo-Norman Studies XXVII, Boydell and Brewer, pp. 52-67.

Benham, Jenny 2011. Peacemaking in the Middle Ages: principles and practice. Manchester Medieval Studies, Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Benham, Jenny 2013. Perceptions of war and peace: the role of treaties from the tenth to the early thirteenth centuries. In: Bleach, Lorna and Borrill, Keira eds. Battle and Bloodshed: The Medieval World at War, Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, pp. 217-230.

Benham, Jenny 2013. Law or treaty? Defining the edge of legal studies in the early and high medieval periods. Historical Research 86 (233) , pp. 487-497. 10.1111/1468-2281.12025

Benham, Jenny 2013. Walter Map and Ralph Glaber: intertextuality and the construction of memories of peacemaking. In: Di Bacco, Giuliano and Plumley, Yolanda eds. Citation, Intertextuality and Memory in the Middle Ages and Rennaissance. Volume 2: Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives on Medieval Culture, Exeter Studies in Medieval Europe, Exeter: University of Exeter Press,

Benham, Jenny 2014. Law, language and crime in Denmark and England: a comparative approach. In: Andersen, Per, Salonen, Kirsi, Sigh, Helle I. M. and Vogt, Helle eds. How Nordic are the Nordic Medieval Laws: Ten Years After. Proceedings of the 10th Carlsberg Academy Conference on Medieval Legal History, Djet Forlag,
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Benham, Jenny 2014. Wounding in the High Middle Ages: law and practice. In: Kirkham, Anne and Warr, Cordelia eds. Wounds in the Middle Ages, Routledge, pp. 151-174.

Benham, Jenny 2016. Writing peace, writing war: Roger of Howden and Saxo Grammaticus compared. In: Munster-Swendsen, Mia ed. History and Intellectual Culture in the Long Twelfth Century: The Scandinavian Connection, Durham Medieval and Renaissance Monographs and Essays, Pontifical Institute of Medieval Studies, pp. 272-294.
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Benham, Jenny 2017. Danelaw. In: Echard, Sian and Rouse, Robert eds. The encyclopedia of medieval literature in Britain, Wiley,
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Benham, Jenny 2017. Peace of Venice, 1177. In: Martel, Gordon ed. Wiley-Blackwell's Encyclopedia of Diplomacy, Wiley-Blackwell,

Benham, Jenny 2017. Treaty of Verdun. In: Martel, Gordon ed. Wiley-Blackwell's Encyclopedia of Diplomacy, Wiley-Blackwell,

Benham, Jenny 2017. Treaty of Windsor. In: Martel, Gordon ed. Wiley-Blackwell's Encyclopedia of Diplomacy, Wiley-Blackwell,

Benham, Jenny 2018. Peace, security and deterrence. In: Simons, Walter P. ed. A Cultural History of Peace in the Medieval Age, Bloomsbury,

Benham, Jenny 2018. Translating medieval documents: some basic problems. In: Benham, Jenny and Julian-Jones, Melissa eds. Translation and Medieval Documents, Voices of Law, pp. 9-16.
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Bentley, R. Alexander, Bickle, Penelope, Fibiger, Linda, Nowell, Geoff M., Dale, Christopher W., Hedges, Robert E. M., Hamilton, Julie, Wahl, Joachim, Francken, Michael, Grupe, Gisela, Lennels, Eva, Teschler-Nicola, Maria, Arbogast, Rose-Marie, Hofmann, Daniela and Whittle, Alasdair William Richardson 2012. Community differentiation and kinship among Europe's first farmers. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America , pp. 9326-9330. 10.1073/pnas.1113710109

Benton, Gregor 2007. Chinese migrants and internationalism: forgotten histories, 1917-1945. Chinese Worlds, London: Routledge.

Benton, Gregor and Gomez, Terence 2007. Chinese in Britain, 1800-2000: economy, transnationalism, identity. Palgrave.

Benton, Gregor and Hong, Liu 2004. Diasporic Chinese ventures: the life and work of Wang Gungwu. Chinese Worlds, London: Curzon-Routledge.

Berger, Stefan Karl and Evans, Neil 2005. The face of king coal in the Ruhr and South Wales: different historiographical traditions and their impact on comparative history. Towards a Comparative History of Coalfield Societies, Ashgate, pp. 29-42.

Best, Julia 2013. Living in liminality: an osteoarchaeological investigation into the use of avian resources in North Atlantic Island environments. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Best, Julia and Mulville, Jacqueline 2010. The fowling economies of the Shiant Isles, Outer Hebrides: resource exploitation in a marginal environment. Presented at: 6th ICAZ Bird Working Group Meeting, Groningen, Netherlands, 23- 27 August 2008. Published in: Prummel, W., Zeiler, J. T. and Brinkhuizen, D. C. eds. Birds in Archaeology. Proceedings of the 6th Meeting of the ICAZ Bird Working Group in Groningen (23.8 - 27.8.2008). Groningen Archaeological Studies , vol. 12. Eelde / Groningen: Barkhuis / Groningen University Library, pp. 87-96.

Best, Julia and Mulville, Jacqueline 2013. Between the sea and sky: the archaeology of avian resource exploitation in Scottish island environments. In: Daire, M.Y., Dupont, C., Baudry, A., Billard, C., Large, J. M., Lespez, L., Normand, E. and Scarre, C. eds. Ancient Maritime Communities and the Relationship between People and Environment along the European Atlantic Coasts / Anciens peuplements littoraux et relations Home/Milieu sur les côtes de l?Europe atlantique. Proceedings of the HOMER 2011 Conference, Va, International Series 2570, Oxford: British Archaeological Reports, pp. 417-426.
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Best, Julia and Mulville, Jacqueline 2013. A bird in the hand: Data collation and novel analysis of avian remains from South Uist, Outer Hebrides. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 24 (3) , pp. 384-396. 10.1002/oa.2381

Best, Julia and Mulville, Jacqueline 2016. Birds from the water: reconstructing avian resource use and contribution to diet in prehistoric Scottish Island environments. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 6 , pp. 654-664. 10.1016/j.jasrep.2015.11.024

Bickersteth, Julian, Bratasz, Lukasz and Henderson, Jane 2018. Sustainability, access and process: A discussion about collection environments. Conservation Perspectives: The GCI Newsletter 33 (2) , pp. 18-23.

Bickle, Penelope 2009. Scene by the brook: early Neolithic landscape perspectives in the Paris Basin. In: Hofmann, Daniela and Bickle, Penelope eds. Creating communities: new advances in central Neolithic research, Oxford: Oxbow, pp. 132-141.

Bickle, Penelope 2012. Of time and the house: the early Neolithic communities of the Paris basin and their domestic architecture. In: Hofmann, Daniela and Smyth, Jessica eds. Tracking the Neolithic House in Europe: Sedentism, Architecture and Practice, New York: Springer, pp. 151-182.

Bickle, Penelope, Hofmann, Daniela, Bentley, R. Alexander, Hedges, Robert, Hamilton, Julie, Laiginhas, Fernando, Nowell, Geoff, Pearson, D. Graham, Grupe, Gisela and Whittle, Alasdair William Richardson 2011. Roots of diversity in a Linearbandkeramik community: Isotope evidence at Aiterhofen (Bavaria, Germany). Antiquity 85 (330) , pp. 1243-1258.

Bickle, Penny. 2008. Life and death of the longhouse: Daily life during and after the early Neolithic in the river valleys of the Paris Basin. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Bivins, Roberta E 2002. Acupuncture and innovation: ˜New Age" medicine in the NHS. In: Jennifer, Stanton ed. Innovations in Health and Medicine: Diffusion and Resistance in the Twentieth Century, New York, NY: Routledge, pp. 84-105.

Bivins, Roberta E 2007. "The English Disease" or "Asian Rickets"? Medical Responses to Postcolonial Immigration. Bulletin of the History of Medicine 81 (3) , pp. 533-568. 10.1353/bhm.2007.0062

Bivins, Roberta E and Valier, Helen 2002. Organization, ethnicity and the British National Health Service. In: Jennifer, Stanton ed. Innovations in Health and Medicine: Diffusion and Resistance in the Twentieth Century, New York, NY: Routledge, pp. 37-64.

Bivins, Roberta E. 2007. Alternative medicine? A history. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Blok, J. and Lambert, Stephen David 2009. The appointment of priests in Attic Gene. Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 169 , pp. 95-121.

Bluemel, Helen 2010. Identity in transition: Leipzig's cultural downfall 1943-49. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Boileau, M.C., D'Agata, A. L. and Whitley, Anthony James Monins 2009. Pottery technology and regional exchange in early Iron Age Crete. In: Quinn, Patrick Sean ed. Interpreting silent artefacts: Petrographic approaches to archaeological ceramics, [Interpreting Silent Artefacts: Petrographic Approaches to Archaeological Ceramics]. Oxford: Archaeopress, pp. 157-172.

Boileau, Marie Claude and Whitley, Anthony 2015. True grit: production and exchange of cooking wares in the 9th-century BC Aegean. In: Spataro, Michaela and Villing, Alexandra eds. Ceramics, Cuisine and Culture: The Archaeology and Science of Kitchen Pottery in the Ancient Mediterranean World, Oxbow, pp. 75-90.

Boileau, Marie-Claude and Whitley, Anthony James Monins 2010. Patterns of production and consumption of coarse to semi-fine pottery at Early Iron Age Knossos. Annual of the British School at Athens 105 , pp. 225-268. 10.1017/S006824540000040X
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Booth, Thomas and Madgwick, Richard 2016. New evidence for diverse secondary burial practices in Iron Age Britain: A histological case study. Journal of Archaeological Science 67 , pp. 14-24. 10.1016/j.jas.2016.01.010
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Boric, Dusan 1996. Social dimensions of mortuary practices in the Neolithic: A case study. Starinar (47) , pp. 67-83.
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Boric, Dusan 1999. Places that created time in the Danube Gorges and beyond, c. 9000-5500 BC. Documenta Praehistorica 26 , pp. 41-70.
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Boric, Dusan 2002. The Lepenski Vir conundrum: Reinterpretation of the Mesolithic and Neolithic sequences in the Danube Gorges. Antiquity 76 (294) , pp. 1026-1039.
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Boric, Dusan 2003. 'Deep time' metaphor: Mnemonic and apotropaic practices at Lepenski Vir. Journal of Social Archaeology 3 (1) , pp. 46-74. 10.1177/1469605303003001098

Boric, Dusan 2005. Body metamorphosis and animality: Volatile bodies and boulder artworks from Lepenski Vir. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 15 (1) , pp. 35-69. 10.1017/S095977430500003X
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Boric, Dusan 2005. Deconstructing essentialisms: Unsettling frontiers of the Mesolithic-Neolithic Balkans. In: Whittle, Alasdair William Richardson, Bailey, D. and Cummings, V. eds. (Un)settling the Neolithic, Oxford: Oxbow Books, pp. 16-31.

Boric, Dusan 2005. Fuzzy horizons of change: orientalism and the frontier model in the Mesolithic-Neolithic transition. In: Milner, N. and Woodman, P. eds. Mesolithic Studies at the Beginning of the 21st Century, Oxford: Oxbow Books, pp. 81-105.

Boric, Dusan 2007. The house between grand narratives and microhistories: a house society in the Balkans. In: Beck Jnr., R. A. ed. The Durable House: House Society Models in Archaeology, Occasional Papers, vol. 35. Carbondale, IL: Center for Archaeological Investigations (CAI), Southern Illinois University, pp. 97-129.

Boric, Dusan 2007. Mesolithic-Neolithic Interactions in the Danube Gorges. Presented at: XV World Congress of the International Union for Prehistoric and Protohistoric Sciences, Lisbon, Portugal, 4-9 September 2006. Published in: Kozłowski, J. K. and Nowak, M. eds. Mesolithic-Neolithic Interactions in the Balkans and in the Middle Danube Basin. BAR International Series , vol. 1727. Oxford: Archaeopress, pp. 31-45.

Boric, Dusan 2007. Images of animality: hybrid bodies and mimesis in early prehistoric art. In: Renfrew, C. and Morley, I. eds. Image and Imagination: A Global Prehistory of Figurative Representation, McDonald Institute Monographs, The McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, pp. 89-105.

Boric, Dusan 2008. Kultura Lepenskog vira usvetlu novih istraživanja [Lepenski Vir Culture in the Light of New Research]. Glasnik Srpskog arheološkog društva (24) , pp. 9-44.

Boric, Dusan 2008. Ljubinka Babović: Sanctuaries of Lepenski vir: Location, position and function, Archaeological monographs 17, National museum, Belgrade, 2006 [Book Review]. Glasnik Srpskog arheološkog društva (24) , pp. 467-477.

Boric, Dusan 2008. First Households and 'House Societies' in European Prehistory. In: Jones, A. ed. Prehistoric Europe: Theory and Practice, Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 109-142.

Boric, Dusan 2009. Absolute dating of metallurgical innovations in the Vinča Culture of the Balkans. In: Kienlin, Tobias L. and Roberts, Ben W. eds. Metals and Societies: Studies in honour of Barbara S. Ottaway, Universitätsforschungen zur prähistorischen Archäologie, vol. 169. Bonn: Habelt, pp. 191-245.

Boric, Dusan 2010. Happy forgetting? Remembering and dismembering dead bodies at Vlasac. In: Boric, Dusan ed. Archaeology and Memory, Oxford: Oxbow Books, pp. 48-67.

Boric, Dusan 2010. Introduction: memory, archaeology and the historical condition. In: Boric, Dusan ed. Archaeology and Memory, Oxford: Oxbow Books, pp. 1-34.
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Boric, Dusan 2010. Arriving at a good description: Interview with Professor Dame Marilyn Strathern. Journal of Social Archaeology 10 (2) , pp. 280-296. 10.1177/1469605310365117

Boric, Dusan 2010. Becoming, phenomenal change, event: Past and archaeological re-presentations. In: Bolender, D. J. ed. Eventful Archaeologies: New Approaches to Social Transformation in the Archaeological Record, The Institute for European and Mediterranean Archaeology Distinguished Monograph Series, Albany, NY: SUNY Press, pp. 48-67.

Boric, Dusan 2011. Adaptations and transformations of the Danube Gorges foragers (c. 13,000–5500 cal. BC): an overview. Presented at: Beginnings - new research in the appearance of the Neolithic between Northwest Anatolia and the Carpathian Basin : papers of the international workshop, Istanbul, 8-9 April 2009. Published in: Krauß, Raiko ed. Beginnings – New Research in the Appearance of the Neolithic between Northwest Anatolia and the Carpathian Basin. Papers of the International Workshop 8th - 9th April 2009, Istanbul. Organized by Dan Ciobotaru, Barbara Horejs und Raiko Krauß. Menschen – Kulturen – Traditionen: Studien aus den Forschungsclustern des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts; ForschungsCluster 1 , vol. 1. Rahden/Westf.: Verlag Marie Leidorf GmbH, pp. 157-203.

Boric, Dusan 2012. Isotopic and symbolic identities: Mesolithic-Neolithic transformations among the inhabitants of the Danube gorges. Rachel Carcon Center Perspectives 3/2012 , pp. 27-29.

Boric, Dusan 2013. Theatre of predation: beneath the skin of Göbekli Tepe images. In: Watts, Christopher ed. Relational Archaeologies: Humans, Animals, Things, London: Routledge, pp. 42-64.

Boric, Dusan 2014. Lepenski Vir geography and culture. In: Smith, Claire ed. Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology, Springer, n/a.

Boric, Dusan 2015. The end of the Vinca world: Modelling the Neolithic to Copper Age transition and the notion of archaeological culture. In: Hansen, S., Raczky, P., Anders, A. and Reingruber, A. eds. Neolithic and Copper Age Between the Carpathians and the Aegean Sea: Chronologies and Technologies from the 6th to 4th Millennia BCE, Archaologie In Eurasien, vol. 31. Verlag Marie Leidorf, pp. 157-217.

Boric, Dusan 2015. Lepenski Vir. Kreativni Centar.

Boric, Dusan 2015. Mortuary practices, bodies, and persons in the Neolithic and Early- Middle Copper Age of South-East Europe. In: Fowler, C., Harding, I. and Hofmann, D. eds. The Oxford Handbook of Neolithic Europe, Oxford Handbooks, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 927-958.

Boric, Dusan 2016. Deathways at Lepenski Vir: Patterns in Mortuary Practice. Belgrade: Serbian Archaeological Society.

Boric, Dusan 2016. A view of Vinča from Cambridge: Minns' reviews of the 1930s publications by Vasić. Istraživanja - Journal of Historical Researches 27 , pp. 7-32. 10.19090/i.2016.27.7-32
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Boric, Dusan and Cristiani, E. 2016. Social networks and connectivity among the Palaeolithic and Mesolithic foragers of the Balkans and Italy. In: Krauss, R. and Floss, H. eds. Southeast Europe Before Neolithisation: Proceedings of the International Workshop within the Collaborative Research Centres SFB 1070 “RESSOURCENKULTUREN”, Schloß Hohentübingen, 9th of May 2014, RessourcenKulturen, vol. 1. Tübingen: Universität Tübingen, pp. 73-112.
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Boric, Dusan and Dimitrijevic, V. 2005. Continuity of foraging strategies in Mesolithic-Neolithic transformations: Dating faunal patterns at Lepenski Vir (Serbia). Atti della Società per la preistoria e protostoria della regione Friuli-Venezia Giulia 15 , pp. 33-80.

Boric, Dusan and Dimitrijević, V. 2007. Apsolutna hronologija i stratigrafija Lepenskog Vira [Absolute Chronology and Stratigraphy of Lepenski Vir]. Starinar (57) , pp. 9-55. 10.2298/STA0757009B
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Boric, Dusan and Dimitrijevic, V. 2009. Absolute chronology and stratigraphy of Lepenski Vir. Starinar 57 , pp. 9-55. 10.2298/STA0757009B

Boric, Dusan, Dimitrijevic, Vesna, White, Dustin, Lane, Christine, French, Charly A. I. and Cristiani, Emanuela 2012. Early Modern human settling of the Danube corridor: the Middle to Upper Palaeolithic site of Tabula Traiana Cave in the Danube Gorges (Serbia). Antiquity 86 (334)

Boric, Dusan, French, C. and Dimitrijević, V. 2008. Vlasac revisited: formation processes, stratigraphy and dating. Documenta Praehistorica 35 , pp. 261-287.
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Boric, Dusan, French, Charles A. I., Stefanovic, Sofija, Dimitrijevic, Vesna, Cristiani, Emanuela, Gurova, Maria, Antonovic, Dragana, Allué, Ethel and Filipovic, Dragana 2014. Late Mesolithic lifeways and deathways at Vlasac (Serbia). Journal of Field Archaeology 39 (1) , pp. 4-31. 10.1179/0093469013Z.00000000070

Boric, Dusan and Griffiths, Seren 2015. The living and the dead, memory and transition: Bayesian modelling of Mesolithic and Neolithic deposits from Vlasac, the Danube Gorges. Oxford Journal of Archaeology 34 (4) , pp. 343-364. 10.1111/ojoa.12063

Boric, Dusan, Grupe, G., Peters, J. and Mikić, Z. 2004. Is the Mesolithic-Neolithic subsistence dichotomy real? New stable isotope evidence from the Danube Gorges. European Journal of Archaeology 7 (3) , pp. 221-248. 10.1177/1461957104056500

Boric, Dusan, Harris, Oliver J. T., Miracle, Preston and Robb, John 2013. The limits of the body. In: Robb, John and Harris, Oliver J. T. eds. The Body in History: Europe from the Palaeolithic to the Future, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 32-63.

Boric, Dusan and Miracle, P. 2004. Mesolithic and Neolithic (dis)continuities in the Danube Gorges: New AMS dates from Padina and Hajdućka Vodenica (Serbia). Oxford Journal of Archaeology 23 (4) , pp. 341-371. 10.1111/j.1468-0092.2004.00215.x

Boric, Dusan and Price, T. Douglas 2013. Strontium isotopes document greater human mobility at the start of the Balkan Neolithic. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 110 (9) , pp. 3298-3303. 10.1073/pnas.1211474110

Boric, Dusan, Raičević, J. and Stefanović, S. 2009. Mesolithic cremations as elements of secondary mortuary rites at Vlasac (Serbia). Documenta Praehistorica 36 , pp. 247-282. 10.4312/dp.36.16
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Boric, Dusan and Robb, J. 2008. Body theory and archaeology. In: Boric, Dusan and Robb, J. eds. Past Bodies: Body-Centred Research in Archaeology, Oxford: Oxbow Books, pp. 1-7.
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Boric, Dusan and Stefanovic, S. 2004. Birth and death: Infant burials from Vlasac and Lepenski Vir. Antiquity 78 (301) , pp. 526-546.
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Bourriau, J. D. and Nicholson, Paul Thomas 1992. Marl clay pottery fabrics of the New Kingdom from Memphis, Saqqara and Amarna. Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 78 , pp. 29-91.

Bourriau, J. D., Nicholson, Paul Thomas and Rose, P. J. 2000. Pottery. In: Nicholson, Paul Thomas and Shaw, I. eds. Ancient Egyptian Materials and Technology, Cambridge University Press, pp. 121-147.

Bowen, Lloyd 2003. Wales at Westminster: parliament, principality and pressure groups, 1542-1601. Parliamentary History 22 (2) , pp. 107-120. 10.1111/j.1750-0206.2003.tb00611.x
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Bowen, Lloyd 2004. Representations of Wales and the Welsh during the civil wars and Interregnum. Historical Research 77 (197) , pp. 358-376. 10.1111/j.1468-2281.2004.00214.x

Bowen, Lloyd 2006. Family and society in early Stuart Glamorgan: the household accounts of Sir Thomas Aubrey of Llantrithyd, c.1565-1641. Publications of the South Wales Record Society, vol. 19. Cardiff: South Wales Record Society.

Bowen, Lloyd 2007. The politics of the principality: Wales, c.1603-1642. Studies in Welsh History, vol. 27. Cardiff: University of Wales Press.

Bowen, Lloyd 2007. Dismantling prerogative government: The Council in the Marches and the Long Parliament. English Historical Review CXXII (499) , pp. 1258-1286. 10.1093/ehr/cem325

Bowen, Lloyd 2009. Oliver Cromwell (alias Williams) and Wales. In: Little, Patrick ed. Oliver Cromwell: New Perspectives., Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan, pp. 168-194.

Bowen, Lloyd 2010. Thomas Erbury: an early seventeenth-century ironmaster. Llafur -Aberystwyth- 10 (3) , pp. 9-17.

Bowen, Lloyd 2010. Seditious speech and popular royalism, 1649-60. In: McElligott, Jason and Smith, David L. eds. Royalists and Royalism during the Interregnum, Politics, Culture and Society in Early Modern Britain, Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 44-66.

Bowen, Lloyd 2011. Reviling regicides: The King killers in popular culture, 1649-1662. Cromwelliana II (8) , pp. 36-50.

Bowen, Lloyd 2011. The seeds and fruits of revolution: The Erbery family and religious radicalism in seventeenth-century Glamorgan. Welsh History Review 25 (3) , pp. 346-373.

Bowen, Lloyd 2012. Fashioning communities: the county in early modern Wales. In: Eales, Jacqueline and Hopper, Andrew eds. The County Community in Seventeenth-Century England and Wales, Explorations in Local and Regional History, vol. 5. Hatfield, Hertfordshire: University of Hertfordshire Press, pp. 77-99.

Bowen, Lloyd 2013. Royalism, print, and the clergy in Britain, 1639-1640 and 1642. Historical Journal 56 (2) , pp. 297-319. 10.1017/S0018246X13000125
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Bowen, Lloyd 2014. The Battle of Britain: history and reformation in Early Modern Wales. In: O hAnnrachain, Tadhg and Armstrong, Robert eds. Christianities in the Early Modern Celtic World, Basingstoke: Palgrave, pp. 133-150.
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Bowen, Lloyd 2015. Information, language and political culture in Early Modern Wales. Past and Present -Oxford- 228 (1) , pp. 125-158. 10.1093/pastj/gtv024

Bowen, Lloyd 2015. Revel, riot and rebellion: A sense of scale. Cultural and Social History 12 (3) , pp. 309-314. 10.1080/14780038.2015.1050878
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Bowen, Lloyd 2017. "The Bedlam Academy": Royalist Oxford in Civil War news culture. Media History 23 (2) , pp. 199-217. 10.1080/13688804.2016.1270747
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Bowen, Lloyd 2017. News networks in Early Modern Wales. History 102 (349) , pp. 24-44. 10.1111/1468-229X.12368
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Bowen, Lloyd 2017. Structuring particularist publics: logistics, language and early modern Wales. Journal of British Studies 56 (4) 10.1017/jbr.2017.118
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Bowen, Lloyd and Healey, Simon 2010. Biographical and constituency entries (c. 90,000 words). In: Thrush, Andrew and Ferris, John F. eds. The House of Commons, 1604-1629 (6 Volume Set), The History of Parliament, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,

Boyd, James 2013. An investigation into the structural causes of German-American mass migration in the nineteenth century. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Boyd, W. E. and Nicholson, Paul Thomas 1994. Review of Archaeometry: Current Australasian Research, by Barry L. Fankhauser and J. Roger Bird; Ancient Technologies and Archaeological Materials, by S. U. Wisseman and W. S. Williams and Archaeozoology of the Near East: proceedings of the first international symposium on the archaeozoology of southwestern Asia and adjacent areas, by H. Buitenhuis and A. T. Clason [Book Review]. Journal of Archaeological Science 21 (4) , pp. 573-574. 10.1006/jasc.1994.1056

Bradbury, Nicholas 2007. Pastoral theology of Pierre-Andre Liege: a critical and comparative study in pastoral and practical theology. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Bradley, Guy 2015. Investigating aristocracy in archaic Rome and central Italy: social mobility, ideology and cultural influences. In: Fisher, Nicholas and Van Wees, Hans eds. 'Aristocracy' in Antiquity. Redefining Greek and Roman Elites, Swansea: Classical Press of Wales, pp. 85-124.

Bradley, Guy 2017. The Rome of Tarquinius Superbus: issues of demography and economy. In: Lulof, Patricia and Smith, Christopher eds. The Age of Tarquinius Superbus. Ancient History, Archaeology, and Methodology., Leuven: Peeters, pp. 123-133.

Bradley, Guy 2017. Mobility and secession in the Early Roman Republic. Antichthon 51 , pp. 149-171. 10.1017/ann.2017.10
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Bradley, Guy 2019. State formation and the Social War. In: Hölkeskamp, Karl-Joachim, Karataş, Sema and Roth, Roman eds. Empire, Hegemony or Anarchy? Rome and Italy, 180 – 30 BC, Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag, pp. 167-189.
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Bradley, Guy and Hall, Joshua 2017. The Roman conquest of Italy. In: Farney, Gary and Bradley, Guy eds. The Peoples of Ancient Italy, Boston and Berlin: De Gruyter, pp. 191-214.

Bradley, Guy Jolyon 2005. Aspects of the cult of Hercules in central Italy. In: Bowden, Hugh and Rawlings, Louis eds. Herakles and Hercules: Exploring a Graeco-Roman Divinity, Swansea: Classical Press of Wales, pp. 129-151.

Bradley, Guy Jolyon 2005. The Iuvanum survey project: an ancient community in Samnium. Presented at: 6th Conference of Italian Archaeology, Groningen, The Netherlands, 15-17 April 2003. Published in: Attema, Peter, Nijboer, Albert and Zifferero, Andrea eds. Papers in Italian Archaeology VI. Proceedings of the 6th Conference of Italian Archaeology, Vol. 2. BAR International Series , vol. 1452. Oxford: Archaeopress, pp. 1024-1029.

Bradley, Guy Jolyon 2006. Colonisation and identity in Republican Italy. In: Bradley, Guy Jolyon and Wilson, John-Paul eds. Greek and Roman Colonisation: Origins, Ideologies and Interactions, Swansea: Classical Press of Wales, pp. 161-187.

Bradley, Guy Jolyon 2007. Romanisation: the end of the peoples of Italy? In: Bradley, Guy Jolyon, Isayev, Elena and Riva, Corinna eds. Ancient Italy: Regions Without Boundaries, Exeter: Exeter University Press, pp. 295-322.

Bradley, Guy Jolyon 2008. The Roman Republic. In: Bispham, Edward ed. Roman Europe, Short Oxford History of Europe, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 32-68.

Bradley, Guy Jolyon 2010. Cities and communities in pre-Roman Umbria. In: Fontaine, Paul ed. L'Etrurie et l'Ombrie avant Rome. Cité et territoire, Brussels: Institut Historique Belge de Rome, pp. 155-163.

Bradley, Guy Jolyon 2013. Umbria and Picenum. In: Smith, Christopher ed. The Cambridge Ancient History VII. Plates volume, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 82-97.

Bradley, Guy Jolyon 2014. The nature of Roman strategy in Mid-Republican colonization and road building. In: Stek, Tesse and Pelgrom, Jeremia eds. Roman Republican Colonization: New Perspectives from Archaeology and Ancient History, Papers of the Royal Netherlands Institute in Rome, vol. 62. Rome: Palombi, pp. 60-72.

Bradley, Guy Jolyon and Glinister, Fay 2013. Italic religion. In: Bredholt Christensen, Lisbeth, Hammer, Olav and Warburton, David eds. The Handbook of Religions in Ancient Europe, European History of Religions, Durham: Acumen, pp. 173-191.

Brennan, D, Caseldine, Astrid, Cool, Hilary, David, A, Ludlow, N, Morgan, S, Parkes, Phillip and Young, Timothy 1999. Iron Age Promontory Fort to Medieval Castle? Excavations at Great Castle Head, Dale, Pembrokeshire 1999. Archaeologia Cambrensis 148 , pp. 86-145.
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Briggs, Chris, Jervis, Ben, Forward, Alice and Tompkins, Matthew 2019. People, possessions and domestic space in the late medieval escheators' records. Journal of Medieval History 45 (2) , pp. 145-161. 10.1080/03044181.2019.1593624
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Britton, Andrew J. and Sedgwick, Peter Humphrey 2003. Economic theory and Christian belief. Religions and Discourse, Oxford: Peter Lang.

Brodbeck, Simon 2005. Origins of Sanskrit [Letter]. The Guardian 2005 (2 Apr) , p. 8.

Brodbeck, Simon 2008. The table is laid: the Oxford anthology of South Asian food writing, ed. John Thieme and Ira Raja [Book Review]. Culture and Religion 9 (2) , pp. 199-201. 10.1080/14755610802211601

Brodbeck, Simon 2012. Dialogics of self, the Mahabharata and culture: the history of understanding and understanding of history, by Lakshmi Bandlamudi [Book Review]. Relegere: Studies in Religion and Reception 2 (2) , pp. 373-378.
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Brodbeck, Simon 2012. On the lineal significance of the rajasuya in the Mahabharata. Indologica Taurinensia 38 , pp. 27-63.

Brodbeck, Simon 2013. Some textological observations on the analytic and synthetic modes. In: Adluri, Vishwa ed. Ways and Reasons for Thinking about the Mahabharata as a Whole, Pune: Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute, pp. 135-154.

Brodbeck, Simon 2016. Krishna et ses métamorphoses dans les traditions indiennes: Récits d’enfance autour du Harivamsha, by André Couture and Christine Chojnacki [Book Review]. Religions of South Asia 10 (3) , pp. 327-329. 10.1558/rosa.35346
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Brodbeck, Simon 2016. Feeding the dead: ancestor worship in ancient India, by Matthew R. Sayers. [Book Review]. Religions of South Asia 9 (2) , pp. 250-254. 10.1558/rosa.v9i2.24664

Brodbeck, Simon 2016. Letter to the Editor: the Mahabharata. Times Literary Supplement (5931) , p. 6.

Brodbeck, Simon 2018. Trishanku, Harishchandra, and the Rajasuya. In: Brodbeck, Simon, Bowles, Adam and Hiltebeitel, Alf eds. The Churning of the Epics and Puranas: Proceedings of the Epics and Puranas Section at the 15th World Sanskrit Conference, New Delhi: Dev Publishers & Distributors, pp. 264-283.

Brodbeck, Simon 2018. Re-ending the Mahābhārata: the rejection of dharma in the Sanskrit epic, by Naama Shalom [Book Review]. Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 81 (1) , pp. 154-156. 10.1017/S0041977X18000022

Brodbeck, Simon 2019. Harivamsha. In: Knut, A, Basu, H, Malinar, A and Narayanan, V eds. Brill’s Encyclopedia of Hinduism Online, Brill, (10.1163/2212-5019_beh_COM_1010069028)

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Brodbeck, Simon P. 2018. Krishna's lineage: the Harivamsha of Vyasa's Mahabharata, Translated from the Sanskrit. Translated from the original by Brodbeck, Simon. New York: Oxford University Press.
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Brodbeck, Simon P. 2019. Translating Vaidya's Harivaṃśa. Asian Literature and Translation 6 (1) , pp. 1-187. 10.18573/alt.45
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Brodbeck, Simon Pearse 2002. Asakta Karman (Action without Attachment) in the Bhagavadgita. PhD Thesis, University of London.
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Brodbeck, Simon Pearse 2003. Introduction. The Bhagavad Gita, Penguin Classics, Translated from the original by Mascaro, Juan. London: Penguin, ix-xxxii.
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Brodbeck, Simon Pearse 2003. Krishna's action as the paradigm of asakta karman in the Bhagavadgita. In: Czekalska, Renata and Marlewicz, Halina eds. 2nd International Conference on Indian Studies: Proceedings, Cracow Indological Studies, vol. 4-5. Cracow: Ksiegarnia Akademicka, pp. 85-112.

Brodbeck, Simon Pearse 2004. Calling Krishna's bluff: non-attached action in the Bhagavadgita. Journal of Indian Philosophy 32 (1) , pp. 81-103. 10.1023/B:INDI.0000014005.76726.ea

Brodbeck, Simon Pearse 2004. The story of Ekalavya in the Mahabharata. In: Leslie, Julia and Clark, Matthew eds. Creating a Dialogue: Text, Belief and Personal Identity. Proceedings of the Valmiki Studies Workshop 2004, London: School of Oriental and African Studies, pp. 15-24.

Brodbeck, Simon Pearse 2005. The Mahābhārata, volume 7: book 11, The Book of Women; book 12, The Book of Peace, part one [Book Review]. South Asia Research 25 (2) , pp. 238-243. 10.1177/026272800502500213

Brodbeck, Simon Pearse 2005. Epic constructions: gender, myth and society in the Mahabrahata: SOAS, University of London, 7-9 July 2005 [Conference Report]. Bulletin of the British Association for the Study of Religions 106 , pp. 37-40.

Brodbeck, Simon Pearse 2006. Ekalavya and Mahabharata 1.121-28. International Journal of Hindu Studies 10 (1) , pp. 1-34. 10.1007/s11407-006-9000-x

Brodbeck, Simon Pearse 2006. Myth and ideology of the Imperial Kshatriya: viewing the Mahabharata from here and now. Journal of Vaishnava Studies 14 (2) , pp. 93-102.

Brodbeck, Simon Pearse 2006. Pradip Bhattacharya, Pancha-Kanya: The five virgins of Indian epics. A quest in search of meaning [Book Review]. South Asia Research 26 (1) , pp. 101-105. 10.1177/026272800602600109

Brodbeck, Simon Pearse 2007. The Clay Sanskrit Library, founded by John and Jennifer Clay, general editor Richard Gombrich, edited by Isabelle Onians and Somadeva Vasudeva. Mahābhārata Book Two: The Great Hall, trans. Paul Wilmot, 588 pp., 2005. Mahābhārata Book Three: The Forest, Volume Four, trans. W. J. Johnson, 374 pp., 2006. Mahābhārata Book Four: Virāṭa, trans. Kathleen Garbutt, 516 pp., 2006. Mahābhārata Book Seven: Droṇa, Volume One, trans. Vaughan Pilikian, 473 pp., 2006. Mahābhārata Book Eight: Karṇa, Volume One, trans. Adam Bowles, 604 pp., 2005. Mahābhārata Book Nine: Salya, Volume One, trans. Justin Meiland, 371 pp., 2006. Published by New York University Press and the JJC Foundation. [Book Review]. Religions of South Asia 1 (1) , pp. 132-134.
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Brodbeck, Simon Pearse 2007. Cricket and the Karmayoga: a comparative study of peak performance. Sport in Society 10 (5) , pp. 787-801. 10.1080/17430430701442488

Brodbeck, Simon Pearse 2007. Gendered soteriology: marriage and the Karmayoga. In: Brodbeck, Simon Pearse and Black, Brian eds. Gender and Narrative in the Mahabharata, Routledge Hindu Studies Series, London: Routledge, pp. 144-175.
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Brodbeck, Simon Pearse 2007. Stages and transitions: temporal and historical frameworks in Epic and Puranic literature. Proceedings of the Second Dubrovnik International Conference on the Sanskrit Epics and Purānas, August 1999. Edited by Mary Brockington. Zagreb, Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts, 2002 Epics, Khilas, and Purānas: continuities and ruptures. Proceedings of the Third Dubrovnik International Conference on the Sanskrit Epics and Purnās, september 2002. Edited by Petteri Koskikallio. Zagreb, Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts, 2005 [Book Review]. Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society 17 (1) , pp. 81-86. 10.1017/S135618630633684X

Brodbeck, Simon Pearse 2009. The Bharadvaja pattern in the Mahabharata. In: Koskikallio, Petteri ed. Parallels and Comparisons: Proceedings of the Fourth Dubrovnik International Conference on the Sanskrit Epics and Puranas, September 2005, Zagreb: Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts, pp. 137-179.

Brodbeck, Simon Pearse 2009. Husbands of earth: Kshatriyas, females, and female Kshatriyas in the Striparvan of the Mahabharata. In: Goldman, Robert and Tokunaga, Muneo eds. Epic Undertakings, Papers of the 12th World Sanskrit Conference, vol. 2. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, pp. 33-63.

Brodbeck, Simon Pearse 2009. Janamejaya's big brother: new light on the Mahabharata's frame story. Religions of South Asia 2 (2) , pp. 161-176.

Brodbeck, Simon Pearse 2009. The Mahabharata patriline: Gender, culture, and the royal hereditary. Farnham: Ashgate.

Brodbeck, Simon Pearse 2010. Christopher G. Framarin, Desire and motivation in Indian philosophy. Hindu Studies Series. (London and New York NY: Routledge, 2009) [Book Review]. Religious Studies 46 (1) , pp. 135-140. 10.1017/S0034412509990461

Brodbeck, Simon Pearse 2010. Jaiminīya Āśvamedhika Parva in the Mahābhārata. Shekhar Sen (trans.) and Pradip Bhattacharya (ed.). Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 2008. [Book Review]. Religions of South Asia 4 (1) , pp. 125-127. 10.1558/rosa.v4i1.125
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Brodbeck, Simon Pearse 2010. McGrath, Kevin, Strī: Women in Epic Mahābhārata [Book Review]. Indo-Iranian Journal 53 (1) , pp. 89-94. 10.1163/001972410X12686674794736

Brodbeck, Simon Pearse 2010. The Rāmāyaṇa of Vālmīki: an epic of ancient India. Volume VI: Yuddhakāṇḍa. Translated by Robert P. Goldman, Sally J. Sutherland Goldman, and Barend A. van Nooten. pp. xviii, 1655. Princeton, New Jersey and Oxford, Princeton University Press, 2009. [Book Review]. Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society 20 (4) , pp. 556-559. 10.1017/S1356186310000374

Brodbeck, Simon Pearse 2010. Cardiff University International Workshop on 'Genealogy and History in South Asia'. Bulletin of the British Association for the Study of Religions 117 , pp. 13-15.

Brodbeck, Simon Pearse 2011. Analytic and synthetic approaches in light of the critical edition of the Mahabharata and Harivamsha. Journal of Vaishnava Studies 19 (2) , pp. 223-250.

Brodbeck, Simon Pearse 2011. Bhagavad Gita. Oxford Bibliographies: Hinduism , n/a.

Brodbeck, Simon Pearse 2011. Mahābhārata. Oxford Bibliographies: Hinduism , n/a.

Brodbeck, Simon Pearse 2011. Rāmāyaṇa. Oxford Bibliographies: Hinduism , n/a.

Brodbeck, Simon Pearse 2011. The rejection of Shakuntala in the Mahabharata: dynastic considerations. In: Sengupta, Saswati and Tandon, Deepika eds. Revisiting Abhijnanashakuntalam: Love, Lineage and Language in Kalidasa's Nataka, New Delhi: Orient Blackswan, pp. 219-237.
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Brodbeck, Simon Pearse 2011. Sanskrit epics: the Ramayana, Mahabharata and Harivamsha. In: Frazier, Jessica ed. The Continuum Companion to Hindu Studies, Continuum Companions, London: Continuum, pp. 83-99.

Brodbeck, Simon Pearse 2011. Dharma. By Alf Hiltebeitel. Honolulu: University of Hawai‘i Press, 2010.[Book Review]. Journal of Hindu Studies 4 (1) , pp. 101-103. 10.1093/jhs/hir003

Brodbeck, Simon Pearse 2012. Putrika interpretation of the Mahabharata. Samskritavimarshaha: Journal of the Rashtriya Sanskrit Santhan 6 , pp. 143-159.

Brodbeck, Simon Pearse 2012. Solar and lunar lines in the Mahabharata. Religions of South Asia 5 (1-2) , pp. 127-152. 10.1558/rosa.v5i1/2.127

Brodbeck, Simon Pearse 2012. Vaishampayana's Mahabharata Patriline. In: Brockington, John ed. Battle, Bards and Brahmins, Papers of the 13th World Sanskrit Conference, vol. 2. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, pp. 1-38.

Brodbeck, Simon Pearse 2013. Harivamsha. Oxford Bibliographies: Hinduism , n/a.

Brodbeck, Simon Pearse 2013. The story of Savitri in the Mahabharata: a lineal interpretation. Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society 23 (4) , pp. 527-549. 10.1017/S1356186313000424
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Brodbeck, Simon Pearse 2014. Refuge and reform: snakes, gleaners, and nishadas in early kavya. In: Ciotti, Giovanni, Gornall, Alastair and Visigalli, Paolo eds. Pushpika: Tracing Ancient India through Texts and Traditions. Contributions to Current Research in Indology, Volume 2, Vol. 2. Oxford: Oxbow Books, pp. 1-34.

Brodbeck, Simon Pearse 2016. Collins, Brian. The head beneath the altar: Hindu mythology and the critique of sacrifice. [Book Review]. The Journal of Religion 96 (1) , pp. 127-129. 10.1086/683808
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Brodbeck, Simon Pearse 2016. Upakhyanas and the Harivamsha. In: Adluri, Vishwa and Bagchee, Joydeep eds. Argument and Design: the Unity of the Mahabharata, Leiden: Brill, pp. 388-427.

Brodbeck, Simon Pearse 2016. Mapping masculinities in the Sanskrit Mahabharata and Ramayana. In: Zsolnay, Ilona ed. Being a Man: Negotiating Ancient Constructs of Masculinity, London: Routledge, pp. 125-149.

Brodbeck, Simon Pearse 2017. Compilation of the Bhagavad Gita. In: Curta, Florin and Holt, Andrew eds. Great Events in Religion: an Encyclopedia of Pivotal Events in Religious History. Volume 1: Prehistory to AD 600, Santa Barbara, California: ABC-CLIO, pp. 112-114.

Brodbeck, Simon Pearse 2018. The Upanishads and the Bhagavadgita. In: Cohen, Signe ed. The Upanishads: A Complete Guide, London: Routledge, pp. 200-218.

Brodbeck, Simon Pearse and Black, Brian 2006. Mahabharata conference: introduction. Journal of Vaishnava Studies 14 (2) , pp. 1-8.

Brodbeck, Simon Pearse and Black, Brian 2007. Introduction. In: Brodbeck, Simon Pearse and Black, Brian eds. Gender and Narrative in the Mahabharata, Routledge Hindu Studies Series, London: Routledge, pp. 1-34.

Brodbeck, Simon Pearse and Hegarty, James Marcel 2012. Genealogy and history in South Asia (Religions of South Asia, special issue): introduction. Religions of South Asia 5 (1-2) , pp. 5-28. 10.1558/rosa.v5i1/2.5

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Brooks, Walter Ariel 2012. Welsh print culture in y Wladfa: The role of ethnic newspapers in Welsh Patagonia, 1868 -1933. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Davis, Oliver and Driver, Toby 2015. Llancayo Farm Roman marching camp, Usk, Monmouthshire. Archaeologia Cambrensis 163 , pp. 173-184.

Davis, Oliver and Sharples, Niall 2016. Excavations at Caerau Hillfort, Cardiff, South Wales, 2015: an interim report. [Project Report]. Cardiff Studies in Archaeology, vol. 36. Cardiff: Cardiff Studies in Archaeology.
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Davis, Oliver, Sharples, Niall Macpherson and Wyatt, David 2015. The CAER Heritage Project: A note on a second season of fieldwork at Caerau Hillfort, Cardiff, 2014. Archaeology in Wales 54 , pp. 35-42.

Davis, Oliver, Young, Timothy, Pannett, Amelia and Madgwick, Richard 2014. Excavations of a second iron age enclosure on Winnall Down, Winchester, Hampshire, 2006. Hampshire Studies 69 , pp. 23-48.
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De Meulemeester, John and Pringle, Reginald Denys 2008. Die Burgen am Golf von ‘Aqaba. In: Piana, Matthias ed. Burgen und Städte der Kreuzzugzeit, Petersberg: Michael Imhof Verlag, pp. 148-158.

De Silva, Megan and Henderson, Laura Jane 2011. Sustainability in conservation practice. Journal of the Institute of Conservation 34 (1) , pp. 5-15. 10.1080/19455224.2011.566013

De Souza, Philip, Heckel, Waldemar, Llewellyn-Jones, Lloyd and Davis Hanson, Victor 2004. The Greeks at war: from Athens to Alexander. Essential Histories Specials, Oxford: Osprey.

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Deane, Susannah 2014. Borders and boundaries: 'There is power in belief'; creating space for psychiatric illness and healing in the Tibetan context. [Working Paper]. Studies in History, Archaeology, Religion and Conservation, vol. 1.1. Cardiff: Cardiff University.
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Deane, Susannah 2014. Sowa Rigpa, spirits and biomedicine: lay Tibetan perspectives on mental illness and its healing in a medically-pluralistic context in Darjeeling, Northeast India. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Deane, Susannah 2014. From Sadness to Madness: Tibetan Perspectives on the Causation and Treatment of Psychiatric Illness. Religions 5 (2) , pp. 444-458. 10.3390/rel5020444
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Deeg, Max 2003. The places where Siddhartha trod: Lumbini and Kapilavastu. Lumbini International Research Institute, Occasional Papers, vol. 3. Lumbini: Lumbini International Research Institute.

Deeg, Max 2005. Das Gaoseng-Faxian-Zhuan als religionsgeschichtliche Quelle. Der älteste Bericht eines chinesischen buddhistischen Pilgermönchs über seine Reise nach Indien mit Übersetzung des Textes. Studies in Oriental Religions, vol. 52. Harrassowitz Verlag.

Deeg, Max 2006. Aryan national religion(s) and the criticism of asceticism and quietism in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. In: Oliver, Freiberger ed. Asceticism and its Critics: Historical Accounts and Comparative Perspectives, Oxford University Press, pp. 61-87.

Deeg, Max 2007. Das Lotos-Sūtra. Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft.

Deeg, Max 2007. The rhetoric of antiquity: politico-religious propaganda in the Nestorian stele of Chang'an. Journal for Late Antique Religion and Culture 1 , pp. 17-30. 10.18573/j.2007.10291
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Deeg, Max 2008. Creating religious terminology - A comparative approach to the Early Chinese translations. Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies 31 (1-2) , pp. 83-118.

Deeg, Max 2008. Introduction. Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies 31 (1-2) , pp. 79-82.

Deeg, Max 2009. From the iron-wheel to Bodhisattvahood: Asoka in Buddhist culture and memory. Presented at: International Symposium on Aśoka, University of Texas, Austin, TX, USA, 4 February 2006. Published in: Olivelle, Patrick ed. Asoka: In History and Historical Memory. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass Publishers, pp. 109-144.

Deeg, Max 2010. Why is the Buddha riding on an elephant? The Bodhisattva's conception and the change of motive. Presented at: "The Birth of the Buddha" Seminar, Lumbini, Nepal, October 2004. Published in: Deeg, Max, Cüppers, Christoph and Durt, Hubert eds. The Birth of the Buddha: Proceedings of the Seminar Held in Lumbini, Nepal, October 2004. LIRI Seminar Proceedings Series , vol. 3. Lumbini: Lumbini International Research Institute, pp. 93-127.

Deeg, Max 2011. 40. Von Sammlern und Schreibern. Kodifizierung und Kanonisierung in den asiatischen religiösen Traditionen. In: Luminati, Michele, Müller, Wolfgang W., Rudolph, Enno and Linder, Nikolaus eds. Kanon und Kanonisierung: ein Schlüsselbegriff der Kulturwissenschaften im interdisziplinären Dialog, Text und Normativität, vol. 2. Basel: Schwabe Verlag, pp. 161-181.

Deeg, Max 2011. 41. Der Einsatz der Stimmen: Formation und Erschaffung des chinesischen buddhistischen Kanons: vom doppelten Kriterium der Authentizität. In: Deeg, Max, Freiberger, Oliver and Kleine, Christoph eds. Kanonisierung und Kanonbildiung in der asiatischen Religionsgeschichte, Sitzungsberichte Der Philosophisch-Historischen Klasse, vol. 820. Vienna: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, pp. 321-343.

Deeg, Max 2011. Secular Buddhist lineages: The Śākyas and royal descendencies in local Buddhist legitimation strategies. Religions of South Asia 5 (1-2) , pp. 189-207. 10.1558/rosa.v5i1/2.189

Deeg, Max 2012. From scholarly object to religious text - the story of the Lotus-sutra in the West. The Journal of Oriental Studies 22 , pp. 133-153.

Deeg, Max 2012. "Show me the land where the Buddha dwelled..." - Xuanzang's "Record of the Western Regions" (Xiyu ji): a misunderstood text. China Report 48 (1-2) , pp. 89-113. 10.1177/000944551104800205

Deeg, Max 2012. Aśoka: model ruler without name? Literature of Sri Lanka and Southeast Asia. Presented at: International Conference on Aśoka and the Making of Modern India, New Delhi, India, 5-7 August 2009. Published in: Olivelle, Patrick, Leoshko, Janice and Ray, Himanshu Prabha eds. Reimagining Aśoka: Memory and History. New Delhi: Oxford University Press, pp. 362-379.

Deeg, Max 2012. Sthavira, Thera and 'Sthaviravada' in Chinese Buddhist Sources. In: Skilling, Peter, Carbine, Jason A. and Cicu, Claudio eds. How Theravada is Theravada: Exploring Buddhist Identities, Chiang Mai, Thailand: Silkworm Books, pp. 129-162.

Deeg, Max 2013. Religiöse Identität durch Differenz und Abgrenzungsdiskurs als indirekte Anerkennung von Gemeinsamkeit: chinesisch-buddhistische Apologetik und ihr 'Religions' begriff. In: Schalk, Peter and Deeg, Max eds. Religion in Asien? Studien zur Anwendbarkeit des Religionsbegriffes, Uppsala Universitet, pp. 203-224.

Deeg, Max 2014. Buddhist pilgrimage - an introduction. In: Deeg, Max and Cueppers, Christoph eds. Dharmay Ytra - Buddhist Pilgrimage in Time and Space, Lumbin International Research Institute, pp. 1-28.

Deeg, Max 2014. Chinese Buddhists in search of authenticity in the Dharma. The Eastern Buddhist (New Series) 45 (1&2) , pp. 11-22.

Deeg, Max 2014. When Peregrinus is not pilgrim: The Chinese Pilgrims records - a revision of literary genre and its context. In: Deeg, Max and Cueppers, Christoph eds. Dharmay Ytra: Buddhist Pilgrimage in Time and Space, Lumbin International Research Institute, pp. 65-95.

Deeg, Max 2015. La littérature chrétienne orientale sous les Tang: un bref aperçu. In: Borbone, Pier-Giorgio and Marsone, Pierre eds. Le christianisme syriaque en Asie centrale et en Chine, Vol. 1. Etudes syriaques, vol. 12. Paris: Geuthner, pp. 199-214.

Deeg, Max 2015. A note on the place name 'City of Royal Residence'? (Wangshe-zhi-cheng) in the Xi'an Stele. In: Zhang, Xiaogui and Li, Qingbo eds. Lin Wushu xiansheng yu zhonggu sanyijiao yanjiu, Lanzhou-daxue-chubanshe, pp. 338-358.

Deeg, Max 2015. A Note on the place name “City of Royal Residence” (Wangshe-zhi-cheng 王舍之城) in the Xi’an Stele. In: Zhang 张, Xiaogui 小贵 and Li 李, Qingbo 清波 eds. Lin Wushu xiansheng yu zhonggu sanyijiao yanjiu 林悟殊先生与中古三夷教研究, Vol. 1. Lanzhou: Lazhou-daxue-chubanshe 兰州大学出版社, pp. 338-358.

Deeg, Max 2015. Writing times and spaces together - experiments to create an early Sino-Buddhist historiography. In: Deeg, Max and Scheid, Bernard eds. Religions in China. Major Concepts and Minority Positions, Sitzungsberichte Der Philosophisch-Historischen Klasse, Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, pp. 29-49.

Deeg, Max 2015. Conversion and environment in East Asia - the case of Buddhism. In: Papconstantinou, Arietta and Schwartz, Daniel eds. Conversion in Late Antiquity: Christianity, Islam, and Beyond. Papers from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Sawyer Seminar, University of Oxford, 2009-2010, Routledge, pp. 267-279.

Deeg, Max 2016. An anachronism in the stele of Xi’an – why Henanisho? In: Tang, Li and Winkler, Dietmar W. eds. Winds of Jingjiao: Studies on Syriac Christianity in China and Central Asia, Vol. 1. orientalia - patristica - oecumenica, vol. 9. Wien, Zuerich: LIT, pp. 243-251.

Deeg, Max 2016. Miscellanae Nepalicae: early Chinese reports on Nepal - The foundation legend of Nepal in its trans-Himalayan context. Lumbini: Lumbini International Research Institute.

Deeg, Max 2016. The political position of Xuanzang: the didactic creation of an Indian dynasty in the Xiyu ji. In: Juelch, Thomas ed. The Middle Kingdom and the Dharma Wheel: Aspects of the Relationship between the Buddhist Saṃgha and the State in Chinese History, Vol. 1. Sinica Leidensia, vol. 133. Leiden, Boston: Brill, pp. 94-139.

Deeg, Max 2016. The Order of the dharma and the order of rulership: On the relationship between monastic community and worldy power in the history of Buddhism. Fruehmittelalteriche Studien - Jahrbuch des Instituts fuer Fruehmittelalterforschug der Universitaet Muenster 50 (1) , pp. 297-314. 10.1515/fmst-2016-0112

Deeg, Max 2017. Aśoka’s Dharma: An imaginary and historical model of good governance. In: Deegalle, Mahinda ed. Justice and Statecraft, Vol. 1. Kelaniya, Sri Lanka: Nagananda International Buddhist University, pp. 129-141.

Deeg, Max 2018. The historical turn: How Chinese Buddhist travelogues changed Western perception of Buddhism. Hualin Journal of International Buddhist Studies 1 (1) , pp. 43-75. 10.15239/hijbs.01.01.02

Deeg, Max 2018. "Tis all here. A treasure locked". Unlocking the wonder house of the Chinese Buddhist travelogues. In: Prabha Ray, Himanshu ed. Buddhism and Gandhara: An Archaeology of Museum Collections, Archaeology and Religion in South Asia, London and New York: Routledge, pp. 47-69.

Deeg, Max 2018. Die Strahlende Lehre: Die Stele von Xi'an. orientalia - patristica - oecumenica, vol. 12. Wien: Lit Verlag.

Deeg, Max 2018. Die Illusion von Kontinuität - Buddhistische Regeln (Vinaya) als Übungswissen zwischen Normativität und Wandel. In: Stellmacher, Alexandra and Renger, Almut-Barbara eds. Übungswissen in Religion und Philosophie: Produktion, Weitergabe, Wandel, LIT Verlag, pp. 207-224.

Deeg, Max 2018. Setting the "records" straight: Textual sources on Nland and their historical value. In: Sharma, Anjana ed. Record, Recoveries, Remnants and Inter-Asian Interconnections: Decording Cultural Heritage, ISEAS Yusof Ishak Institute, pp. 105-159.

Deeg, Max 2018. The spread of Buddhist culture to China between the Third and Seventh Century. In: Di Cosmo, Nicola and Maas, Michael eds. Empires and Exchanges in Eurasian Late Antiquity: Rome, China, Iran, and the Steppe, ca. 250-750, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 220-234.

Deeg, Max 2018. Wailing for identity: topical and poetic expressions of cultural belonging in Chinese Buddhist literature. In: Heirman, Ann ed. Identity and Network: Exchange Relations between China and the World, Brill, pp. 227-252.

Deeg, Max 2018. Along the Silk Road: From Aleppo to Chang'an. In: Baker-Brian, Nicholas J. and Lossl, Josef eds. A Companion to Religion in Late Antiquity, Blackwell Companions to the Ancient World, Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 233-253.

Deeg, Max 2019. Indian law from a seventh century Chinese Buddhist perspective. Bulletin de l'Ecole Francaise d'Extreme-Orient

Deeg, Max 2019. Beyond World Heritage: Lumbini - the creation of a more meaningful site? In: Ray, Himanshu Prabha ed. Decolonising Heritage in South Asia: The Global, the National and the Transnational, Abingdon and New York: Routledge, pp. 178-194.

Deeg, Max 2019. Tīrthikāḥ hantavyāḥ – Zu “häresiologischen” Diskursen in buddhistischen Quellen. In: Deeg, Max, Freiberger, Oliver and Kleine, Christoph eds. Religionsbegegnung in der asiatischen Religionsgeschichte: Kritische Reflexionen über ein etabliertes Konzept, Vol. 1. Critical Studies in Religion / Religionswissenschaft, vol. 12. Goettingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, pp. 103-127.

Deeg, Max and Ning 宁, Fanfu 梵夫 2016. “Chongu ‘biandi qingjie’: Han chuan fojiao zhong dui Yindu de zhujian rongshou” 重估“边地情结”:汉传佛教中对印度的逐渐容受 (“Borderland Complex” reloaded: coming to terms with India in Chinese Buddhism). In: Shen 沈, Dansen 丹森 and Sun 孙, Yinggang 英刚 eds. Zhongyin guanxi yanjiu de shiye yu qianjing 中印关系研究的视野与前景, Vol. 1. Shanghai: Fudan-daxua-chubanshe 负担大学出版社, pp. 65-76.

Deeg, Max and Schmidt-Glintzer, Helwig 2007. Das Lotos-Sutra. Ãœbersetzt von Max Deeg. Mit einer Einleitung von Max Deeg und Helwig Schmidt-Glintzer. Darmstadt: WBG (Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft).

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Dessi, Ugo 2006. The critique of anthropocentrism and humanism in present-day Shin buddhism. Japanese Religions 31 (2) , pp. 111-125.

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Dessi, Ugo 2009. Kojin reberu kara mita Shinshū dōtoku no tokusei to dainamikusu 個人レベルから見た真宗道徳の特性とダイナミクス. Shūkyō to rinri 宗教と倫理 9 , pp. 64-82.

Dessi, Ugo 2009. Objectivity and belief in the academic study of Shin Buddhism. The Pure Land (New Series) 25 , pp. 57-70.

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Dessi, Ugo 2010. Religion, networking, and social issues in Japan: The case of the Kyōdan Fuchi Kenkyūsho Konwakai. Japanese Religions 35 (1-2) , pp. 87-100.

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Dessi, Ugo 2011. Japanese religions, inclusivism, and the global context. Japanese Religions 36 (1-2) , pp. 83-99.

Dessi, Ugo 2012. Religion, hybrid forms, and cultural chauvinism in Japan. Journal of Religion in Japan 1 (2) , pp. 168-187. 10.1163/221183412X649629

Dessi, Ugo 2013. Japanese Religions and Globalization. Routledge Studies in Asian Religion and Philosophy, London and New York: Routledge.

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Dessi, Ugo 2014. Religious change as globalization: The case of Shin Buddhism in Honolulu. In: Kalmanson, Leah and Shields, James Mark eds. Buddhist responses to globalization, Lexington Press, pp. 33-50.

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Evans, Richard John 2003. Questioning reputations: essays on nine Roman republican politicians. Pretoria: University of South Africa.

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Fragoulaki, Maria 2007. Thucydides in the light of Herodotus: the kinship ties between Athenians and Thracians. Presented at: The Classical Association Annual Conference, Birmingham, UK, 12-15 April 2007.

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Fragoulaki, Maria 2013. Kinship in Thucydides: Intercommunal ties and historical narrative. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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Freestone, Ian Charles, Lowry, D., Leslie, K.A. and Thirlwall, M. 2006. The provenance and technology of Near Eastern glass: oxygen isotopes by laser fluorination as a complement to strontium. Archaeometry 48 (2) , pp. 253-270. 10.1111/j.1475-4754.2006.00255.x

Freestone, Ian Charles, Meeks, N., Sax, M. and Higgitt, C. 2007. The Lycurgus Cup - a Roman nanotechnology. Gold Bulletin 40 (4) , pp. 270-277. 10.1007/BF03215599
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Guest, Peter 1999. The interpretation of coins: practice and theory. Presented at: TRAC 1993: 3rd Theoretical Roman Archaeology and Architecture Conference, Glasgow, UK, 1993. Published in: Leslie, Alan ed. Theoretical Roman Archaeology and Architecture: the third conference proceedings. Glasgow: Cruithine Press, pp. 200-212.

Guest, Peter 1999. The Roman and Byzantine Coins excavated at Nicopolis ad Istrum and Gradishte, Bulgaria. Numismatic Chronicle 159 , pp. 314-327.

Guest, Peter 2001. Standing on the shoulders of giants: the future for Caerleon’s archaeology? Monmouthshire Antiquary 17 , pp. 61-64.

Guest, Peter 2002. Manning the defences: the development of Romano-British urban boundaries. In: Aldhouse-Green, Miranda Jane and Webster, Peter Vernon eds. Artefacts and Archaeology: Aspects of the Celtic and Roman World, Cardiff: University of Wales Press, pp. 76-89.

Guest, Peter 2005. Iron Age & Roman Coins from Wales. Presented at: Fünftes internationales Kolloquium der Schweizerischen Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Fundmünzen, Konstanz, Germany, 4-5 March 2005. Published in: Ackermann, R. C., Derschka, H. R. and Mages, C. eds. Selbstwahrnehmung und Fremdwahrnehmung in der Fundmünzbearbeitung: Bilanz und Perspektiven am Beginn des 21. Jahrhunderts. I. Materialen. Études de numismatique et d’histoire monétaire - Untersuchungen zu Numismatik und Geldgeschichte , vol. 6. Lausanne: Editions du Zebre, pp. 130-133.

Guest, Peter 2005. The late Roman gold and silver coins from the Hoxne Treasure. London: The British Museum Press.
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Guest, Peter 2008. The early monetary history of Roman Wales: identity, conquest and acculturation on the imperial fringe. Britannia 39 , pp. 33-58. 10.3815/006811308785916836
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Guest, Peter 2008. Roman Gold and Hun Kings: the use and hoarding of solidi in the late fourth and fifth centuries. Presented at: ESF/SCH Exploratory Workshop, Nieborów, Poland, 3-6 September 2005. Published in: Bursche, Aleksander, Ciolek, Renata and Wolters, Reinhard eds. Roman Coins Outside the Empire: Ways and Phases, Contexts and Functions. Collection Moneta , vol. 82. Moneta: Wetteren, pp. 295-307.
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Guest, Peter 2012. The production, supply and use of late Roman and early Byzantine copper coinage in the eastern empire. Numismatic Chronicle 172 , pp. 105-131.
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Guest, Peter and Reece, Richard 1998. Discussion of the Distribution of the Coins in and around the Town. In: Holbrook, Neil ed. Cirencester: The Roman Town Defences, Public Buildings & Shops, Cirencester Excavations Series, vol. 5. Cirencester: Cotswold Archaeological Trust, pp. 262-268.

Guest, Peter and Wells, Nick 2007. Iron Age and Roman coins from Wales. Collection Moneta, vol. 66. Wetteren, Belgium: Moneta.
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Guest, Peter and Young, Tim 2010. Mapping Isca: geophysical investigation of School Field and Priory Field, Caerleon. Archaeologia Cambrensis 158 , pp. 97-111.
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Handyside, Philip David 2012. The Old French translation of William of Tyre. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Harris, Oliver. 2006. Identity, emotion and memory in Neolithic Dorset. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Healy, Frances Margaret Alton 2004. Hambledon Hill and its implications. In: Cleal, Rosamund and Pollard, Joshua eds. Monuments and Material Culture. Papers in Honour of an Avebury Archaeologist: Isobel Smith, Salisbury: Hobnob Press, pp. 15-38.

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Healy, Frances Margaret Alton and Harding, Jan 2004. Reading a burial: the legacy of Overton Hill. In: Gibson, Alex J. S. and Sheridan, Alison eds. From Sickles to Circles: Britain and Ireland at the Time of Stonehenge, Stroud: Tempus, pp. 176-193.

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Hegarty, James 2011. Kirthan and Katha in the asa amdesa (song and story in the land of hope and fear): Narratives of the life of Guru Nanak as canonical commentary in the Sikh panth. In: Deeg, Max and Freiberger, Oliver eds. Kanonisierung und Kanonbildung in der asiatischen Religionsgeschichte, Osterreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, pp. 131-160.

Hegarty, James 2013. The Plurality of the Sanskrit Mahabharata and of the Mahabharata Story. Contesting Symbols and Stereotypes, Aakar Books, pp. 146-189.

Hegarty, James 2014. Going nowhere: power and polemic in Brahminical pilgrimage literature. In: Deeg, Max and Cuppers, Christophe eds. Searching for the Dharma, Finding Salvation - Buddhist Pilgrimage in Time and Space, Lumbini International Research Institute, pp. 29-49.

Hegarty, James 2014. Borders and boundaries: proceedings of the first annual SHARE postgraduate symposium; an introduction. SHARE: Studies in History, Archaeology, Religion and Conservation 1 (1) , pp. 1-3.
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Hegarty, James 2016. The Dhammapada, the Mahābhārata and the Mānava Dharmaśāstra: a study in early South Asian intertextuality. In: Hiltebeitel, Alf, Bowles, Adam and Brodbeck, Simon Pearse eds. The Churning of the Epics and Puranas, Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan and D.K. Printworld,

Hegarty, James 2016. Hagiography, religious identity and historical imagination in Eighteenth Century Punjab: exploring Sikh narratives of the life of Guru Nānak. In: Gray, Madeleine ed. Rewriting Holiness, King's College London Medieval Studies Series,

Hegarty, James 2017. Across the Indian Ocean: Reconsidering Christianity in South Asia to the Ninth Century. In: Lossl, Josef and Baker-Brian, Nicholas eds. The Blackwell Companion to Late Antiquity, Blackwell,

Hegarty, James 2017. Exploring the conversations of kings and sages in the sanskrit epics: the case of Jābāli and Rāma. Proceedings of the Epic Studies Panel of the 16th World Sanskrit Conference, Bangkok, Sanskrit Studies Centre, Silpakorn University, Bangkok,

Hegarty, James 2017. Multiple religious belonging and embedded religion in early Indian sources. In: Babu, Kabir ed. Beyond Multiple Religious Belonging, Routledge,

Hegarty, James 2017. The sanskrit of Solomon Caesar Malan (1812-1894): An Anglican savant reads the Mahābhārata. In: Pfister, Lauren ed. Polyglot from the Far Side of the Moon: The Life and Works of Solomon Caesar Malan, Monumenta Serica,

Hegarty, James 2017. The story of story in early South Asia: character and genre across Hindu, Buddhist and Jain narrative traditions. [Online]. Wordpress: Wordpress. Available at: https://storyofstoryinsouthasia.wordpress.com/

Hegarty, James 2018. 史诗化叙事:南亚宗教文献中的天堂和地狱 Chinese translation of 'epics' of heaven and hell in Early South Asia. 民间文化论坛 Folk Culture Forum
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Hegarty, James M. and Brodbeck, Simon 2017. An appreciation of, and tribute to, Will Johnson on the occasion of his retirement. Asian Literature and Translation (ALT) 4 (1) , pp. 1-32. 10.18573/j.2017.10128
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Hegarty, James Marcel 2001. An Apprenticeship in Attentiveness: Narrative Patterning in the Dyutaparvan and the Nalopakhyana of the Mahabharata. Rocznik Orientalistyczny 54 (1) , pp. 33-62.

Hegarty, James Marcel 2006. Extracting the Katha-amrta (Elixir of Story): Creation, Ritual, Sovereignty and Textual Structure in the Sanskrit Mahabharata. Journal of Vaishnava Studies 14 (2) , pp. 39-60.

Hegarty, James Marcel 2007. Religion, epic and cultural memory. The construction of the significant past in Sanskrit and Hindi Mahabharatas. Zeitschrift fur Religionswissenschaft 15 (2) , pp. 179-199. 10.1515/zfr.2007.15.2.179

Hegarty, James Marcel 2007. Toward an old understanding of philology: exploring the literary construction of place as religious and social commentary in Asia. Acta Orientalia Vilnensia 8 (1) , 3753.

Hegarty, James Marcel 2007. Guru and Shabad: The Literary Construction of Religious Authority in Narratives of the Life of Guru Nanak. [Discussion Paper]. Cardiff University: Cardiff Humanities Research Institute. Available at: http://www.cardiff.ac.uk/chri/researchpapers/human...

Hegarty, James Marcel 2007. Encompassing the sacrifice: On the narrative construction of the significant past in the Sanskrit Mahabharata. Acta Orientalia Vilnensia 8 , pp. 77-118.

Hegarty, James Marcel 2009. On platial imagination in the Sanskrit Mahabharata. International Journal of Hindu Studies 13 (2) , pp. 163-187. 10.1007/s11407-009-9074-3

Hegarty, James Marcel 2009. Re-thinking the guru: Towards a typology of forms of religious domination in pre-Colonial Pañjāb. Religions of South Asia 3 (2) , pp. 183-202. 10.1558/rosa.v3i2.183

Hegarty, James Marcel 2009. Re-thinking the guru: towards a typology of forms of religious domination in pre-Colonial Punjab. Religions of South Asia 3 (2) , pp. 179-199.

Hegarty, James Marcel 2010. The pedagogic past: historical and geographical imagination in Eighteenth Century Panjab. In: Deeg, Max and Freiberger, Oliver eds. Geschicten und Geschichte: Historiographie und Hagiographie in der asiatischen Religionsgeschichte, Uppsala: Uppsala Universitet, pp. 517-548.

Hegarty, James Marcel 2011. Etymology, genealogy and history in Early South Asia. Religions of South Asia 5 (1/2) , pp. 103-127.

Hegarty, James Marcel 2011. Hagiography and the religious imaginary in eighteenth-century Punjab. In: Murphy, Anne ed. Time, History and the Religious Imaginary in South Asia, Routledge, pp. 133-150.

Hegarty, James Marcel 2011. Religion, narrative and public imagination in South Asia: Past and place in the Sanskrit Mahabharata. Routledge Hindu Studies Series, London: Taylor and Francis.

Hegarty, James Marcel 2011. Towards a socio-cognitive orientation to religious text: a case study in Indian epic literature. In: Jensen, Jeppe Sinding and Geertz, Armin W. eds. Religious Narrative, Cognition and Clture: Image and Word in the Mind of Narrative, Sheffield: Equinox, pp. 121-131.

Hegarty, James Marcel 2012. Religon, narrative and public imagination in South Asia: past and place in the Sanskrit Mahahbharata. London: Routledge.

Hegarty, James Marcel 2012. What need has he of the waters of Puskara? The narrative construction of tirtha in the Sanskrit Mahabharata. In: Brockington, John ed. Battles, Bards and Brahmins, Motilal Barnarsidass, pp. 129-156.

Heimann, Mary 1995. Catholic devotion in Victorian England. Oxford University Press.

Heimann, Mary 1996. Devotional Stereotypes in English Catholicism. In: Tallett, Frank and Atkin, Nicholas eds. Catholicism in Britain and France since 1789, Hambledon,

Heimann, Mary 1999. Christianity in Western Europe since the Enlightenment. In: Hastings, Adrian ed. A World History of Christianity, Cassell Group, pp. 458-507.

Heimann, Mary 2002. English Catholic particularism in piety and politics. In: Lamberts, Emiel ed. The Black International: L'Internationale Noire 1870-1878 - The Holy See and Militant Catholicism in Europe/Le Saint-Siege et le Catholicisme Militant en Europe, KADOC Studies, Leuven: Leuven University Press,

Heimann, Mary 2004. Girling [née Clouting], Mary Ann (1827–1886), founder of the Children of God. In: Cannadine, David ed. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford: Oxford University Press,

Heimann, Mary 2004. Higginson, Teresa Helena (1844–1905), Roman Catholic schoolteacher and mystic. In: Cannadine, David ed. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 71-72. (10.1093/ref:odnb/48520)

Heimann, Mary 2004. Thurston, Herbert Henry Charles (1856–1939), Jesuit, liturgical scholar, and spiritualist investigator. In: Cannadine, David ed. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 728-729. (10.1093/ref:odnb/48528)

Heimann, Mary 2005. Catholic revivalism in worship and devotion. In: Gilley, Sheridan and Stanley, Brian eds. The Cambridge History of Christianity: Volume 8, World Christianities c.1815–c.1914, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,

Heimann, Mary 2008. Prague in Black, by Chad Bryant [Book Review]. Europe Asia Studies 60 (7) , pp. 1266-1267. 10.1080/09668130802230804
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Heimann, Mary 2008. The Scheming Apparatchik of the Prague Spring. Europe-Asia Studies 60 (10) , pp. 1717-1734. 10.1080/09668130802434323

Heimann, Mary 2009. Contested Identities: Catholic Women Religious in Nineteenth-Century England and Wales , by Carmen M. Mangion (Manchester: Manchester U.P., 2008; pp. xiii + 281. £55) [Book Review]. English Historical Review 511 , pp. 1523-1525. 10.1093/ehr/cep287
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Heimann, Mary 2010. Czechoslovakia between the Wars. History Review 68 , pp. 45-50.

Heimann, Mary 2011. The unfinished revolution: making sense of the Communist past in Central-Eastern Europe, by James Mark [Book Review]. Journal of the Oral History Society 39 (2) , pp. 122-123.

Heimann, Mary 2011. Czechoslovakia: the state that failed. Yale University Press.

Heimann, Mary 2012. Tomko Michael , British Romanticism and the Catholic Question: Religion, History and National Identity, 1778–1829, Palgrave Macmillan, 2011, pp. xi + 224, £52.50, ISBN: 978-0-230-27951-3. [Book Review]. British Catholic History 31 (1) , pp. 115-116. 10.1017/S0034193200013455
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Heimann, Mary 2012. After Hitler, Before Stalin: Catholics, Communists and Democrats in Slovakia, 1945–1948, by James Ramon Felak [Book Review]. English Historical Review 127 (526) , pp. 772-774. 10.1093/ehr/ces087
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Heimann, Mary 2012. Christian piety in Britain during the 'long' Nineteenth Century, 1780-1920. In: Jarley, Anders ed. Piety and Modernity: The Dynamics of Religious Reform in Church, State and Society in Northern Europe, 1780-1920, Leuven: Leuven University Press,

Heimann, Mary 2013. Devotional Cultures of European Christianity, 1790-1960. Edited by Henning Laugerud and Salvador Ryan. [Book Review]. Catholic Historical Review 99 (3) , pp. 571-572. 10.1353/cat.2013.0183
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Heimann, Mary 2013. English Catholics and the Education of the Poor, 1847-1902, by Eric Tenbus [Book Review]. Victorian Studies 55 (3) , pp. 514-516.
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Heimann, Mary 2013. Mysticism in Bootle: Victorian supernaturalism as an historical problem. Journal of Ecclesiastical History 64 (2) , pp. 335-356. 10.1017/S0022046911002624

Heimann, Mary 2014. Czechs, Slovaks and the Jews, 1938–48: Beyond Idealisation and Condemnation. By Jan Láníček. Palgrave Macmillan. 2013. [Book Review]. History 99 (337) , pp. 724-726. 10.1111/1468-229X.12078_30
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Heimann, Mary 2014. Tine Van Osselaer, The Pious Sex. Catholic Constructions of Masculinity and Femininity in Belgium, c.1800–1940. Leuven University Press: Leuven, 2013 [Book Review]. Innes Review 65 (2) , pp. 182-184. 10.3366/inr.2014.0082
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Heimann, Mary 2015. Strategic patience and the division of Czechoslovakia. Presented at: Partnership for Peace 11th Regional Stability Study Group (RSSC SG) Workshop, Kiev, Ukraine, 26-28 March 2015.
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Heimann, Mary 2015. Priest, Politician, Collaborator: Jozef Tiso and the Making of Fascist Slovakia, by James Mace Ward [Book Review]. English Historical Review 130 (542) , pp. 242-244. 10.1093/ehr/ceu372
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Heimann, Mary 2015. Ageing, Ritual and Social Change: Comparing the Secular and Religious in Eastern and Western Europe, by Peter Coleman et al eds. [Book Review]. Social History 40 (2) , pp. 273-274. 10.1080/03071022.2015.1013691

Heimann, Mary 2016. Revolution with a human face: politics, culture, and community in Czechoslovakia, 1989–1992, by James Krapfl [Book Review]. Canadian Jounal of History/Annales d'histoire canadiennes 49 (3) , p. 523.
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Heimann, Mary 2017. Mueggenberg, Brent. The Czecho-Slovak Struggle for Independence, 1914–1920. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, 2014. Pp. 322, maps, illus. [Book Review]. Austrian History Yearbook 48 , pp. 317-319. 10.1017/S0067237817000303
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Heimann, Mary 2017. The secularisation of St Francis of Assisi. British Catholic History 33 (3) , pp. 401-420. 10.1017/bch.2017.4
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Heimann, Mary 2017. Medical and mystical opinion in British Catholicism: the contentious case of Teresa Higginson. In: Van Osselaer, Tine, De Smaele, Henk and Wils, Kaat eds. Sign or Symptom? Exceptional Corporeal Phenomena in Religion and Medicine in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, KADOC Studies on Religion, Culture and Society, Leuven: Leuven University Press, pp. 75-100.
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Heimann, Mary 2018. Velvet Revolutions: An Oral History of Czech Society, by Miroslav Vanĕk and Pavel Mücke (Oxford: Oxford U.P., 2016; pp. xi + 251. Hardback £22.99). [Book Review]. English Historical Review 133 (560) , pp. 244-246. 10.1093/ehr/cex415
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Heimann, Mary 2018. Cleansing the Czechoslovak Borderlands: Migration, Environment, and Health in the Former Sudetenland, by Eagle Glassheim. Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2016 [Book Review]. Central Europe 10.1080/14790963.2017.1412734
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Heimann, Mary 2019. Victorian piety and the revival of material religion in Britain. In: De Maeyer, Jan and Margry, Peter Jan eds. Material Reform. The Dynamics of Religious Reform in Church, State and Society in Northern Europe, c. 1780-c. 1920, Leuven University Press,
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Heimann, Mary 2020. Czechoslovakia and the Munich Agreement. In: Gottlieb, Julie and Hucker, Daniel eds. The Munich Crisis, Manchester: Manchester University Press,

Heimann, Mary 2020. Victorian piety and the revival of material religion in Britain. In: Margry, Peter Jan ed. Material Reform: The Dynamics of Religious Reform, Leuven University Press,
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Heimann, Mary and Szegedi, Gabor 2018. Czechoslovak and Hungarian responses to Humanae Vitae. In: Harris, Alana ed. The Schism of '68, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan,
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Henderson, Jane 1993. Appendix: The lifting of Bersham Waggonway. Industrial Archaeology Review 15 (2) , pp. 206-207. 10.1179/iar.1993.15.2.195

Henderson, Jane 1995. Disasters without planning: Lessons for museums. The Conservator 19 , pp. 52-57.

Henderson, Jane 1996. Opinion: Jane Henderson - Curators and Conservators need to be careful that they don't turn recommendations on environmental standards into rigid rules. Museum Practice

Henderson, Jane 1997. What use are collection surveys? Natural Sciences Conservation Group Newsletter (6) , pp. 11-13.
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Henderson, Jane 1999. Ethics & Aesthetics. Conservation News March , pp. 37-38.
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Henderson, Jane 1999. Time is Up for BS 5454. Museum Practice Magazine 10 , p. 13.
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Henderson, Jane 2000. Collection condition surveys. In: Winsor, Peter ed. Working with Independent Conservators, London: Arts Council England, pp. 1-9.
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Henderson, Jane 2000. The future of our recorded past: A survey of library and archive collections in Welsh repositories. [Project Report]. LISC.
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Henderson, Jane 2000. Review of ICOM committee for conservation preprints of the 12th triennial meeting August / September 1999 in Conservation News March 2000 UKIC London 2000 pp 13-14. Conservation News 71 , pp. 13-14.
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Henderson, Jane 2001. New skills new influence. Past Practice Future Prospects: The British Museum Occassional Paper Number 145 145 , pp. 103-108.
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Henderson, Jane 2001. Raising standards of care. Museum Practice 18 , pp. 34-35.
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Henderson, Jane 2004. Expertise gender and credibility. Presented at: Conservation 2004: Working with the Project Culture - The UKIC Annual Conference, Liverpoool, UK, 8-9 July 2004.
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Henderson, Jane 2006. Influence: the impact of language, credibility and gender. The Conservator 29 , pp. 63-72.
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Henderson, Jane 2009. Scientific method in the transformation from students to professionals. Presented at: Conservation in Wales The Role of Science in Conservation: The Oakdale Institute, Museum of National History, St Fagans, Cardiff, UK, 18 June 2009. Published in: Henderson, Jane ed. Conservation in Wales: The role of science in conservation. Conservation Matters in Wales Cardiff: The Federation of Museums and Art Galleries of Wales and National Museum Wales, pp. 7-11.
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Henderson, Jane 2011. Managing the library and archive environment. National Art Museum of China Journal 78 , pp. 110-117.

Henderson, Jane 2011. Preventive conservation in the UK: The past and the future. Technè 34 , pp. 76-85.

Henderson, Jane 2011. Reflections on decison making in conservation. Presented at: 16th Triennial ICOM-CC Conference: Cultural Heritage / Cultural Identity: The Role of Conservation, Lisbon, Portugal, 19-23 September 2011. Published in: Bridgland, Janet ed. 16th Triennial Conference, Lisbon, Portugal, 2011, Preventive Conservation. Lisbon: International Council Of Museums, pp. 1-8.
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Henderson, Jane 2013. Managing the Library and Archive environment. [Technical Report]. Preservation Advisory Centre Guidance Booklets, London: The British Library. Available at: https://www.bl.uk/aboutus/stratpolprog/collectionc...
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Henderson, Jane 2014. Surveying the conservation landscape. [Project Report]. Research and Evidence, Cardiff: Welsh Government. Available at: https://gov.wales/topics/culture-tourism-sport/mus...

Henderson, Jane 2016. Newtown Textile Museum: You will need to wear a woolly?? Presented at: Conservation Matters in Wales Challenging Buildings: the Search for Solutions: Oakdale Miners Institute St Fagans, Cardiff, UK, 15 June 2016. Published in: Henderson, Jane ed. Challenging Buildings: The Search for Solutions. Conservation Matters in Wales Cardiff: Welsh Government, pp. 20-21.
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Henderson, Jane 2016. University teaching in the development of conservation professionals. Journal of the Institue of Conservation 39 (2) , pp. 98-109. 10.1080/19455224.2016.1214847
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Henderson, Jane 2018. Reflections on the psychological basis for suboptimal environmental practices in conservation. Journal of the Institue of Conservation 41 (1) , pp. 32-45. 10.1080/19455224.2017.1422777
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henderson, Jane 2018. Managing uncertainty for preventive conservation. Studies in Conservation 63 (S1) , S108-S112. 10.1080/00393630.2018.1479936
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Henderson, Jane 2019. Conservation training and institutions. Grove Art Online, Oxford: Oxford University Press,

Henderson, Jane, Baars, Christian and Hopkins, Sally 2017. Trends in effective communication of integrated pest management data. Presented at: ICOM-CC 18th Triennial Conference Preprints, Copenhagen, 4–8 September 2017, Copenhagen, 4th - 8th Sept 2017. Published in: Bridgland, J ed. Paris: International Council of Museums, pp. 137-155.

Henderson, Jane and Dai, Shumeng 2013. Towards a common understanding of standards? In: Ashley-Smith, Jonathan, Burmester, Andreas and Eibl, Melanie eds. Climate for Collections, Standards and Uncertaincies, Munich: Doerner Institut and Archetype Publications Limited, pp. 11-24.
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Henderson, Jane and Dollery, Diane 2000. Growing Pains – the development of a conservation profession. Studies in Conservation 45 (Sup 1) , pp. 88-91. 10.1179/sic.2000.45.Supplement-1.88
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Henderson, Jane, Kerr, Lesley-Anne and Gwilt, Diane 2014. The distributed national collection in Wales, conservation on the national agenda. Presented at: ICOM-CC 17th Triennial Conference, Melbourne, Australia, 15-19 September 2014. Published in: Brigland, Janet ed. ICOM-CC 17th Triennial Conference Preprints, Melbourne, 15–19 September 2014. Paris: International Council of Museums, p. 1501.
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Henderson, Jane and Lingle, Ashley 2017. Preventive conservation in archaeological sites. Wiley.

Henderson, Jane and Manti, Panagiota 2008. Improving access to collections for sampling. Presented at: International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works Congress, London, UK, 15-19 September 2008. Published in: Saunders, D., Townsend, J. H. and Woodcock, S. eds. Conservation and Access. Contributions to the IIC London Congress, 15-19 September 2008. London: International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, pp. 115-119.
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Henderson, Jane and Nakamoto, Tanya 2016. Dialogue in conservation decision making. Studies in Conservation 61 , S2.67-S2.78. 10.1080/00393630.2016.1183106
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Henderson, Jane and Parkes, Phillip 2003. What's in store? Towards a Welsh strategy for the management of,and access to, archaeological collections. [Project Report]. Cardiff: Council of Museums in Wales.
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Henderson, Jane and Parkes, Phillip 2004. What's in store? Towards a Welsh strategy for the management of, and access to, the archaeological evidence of our past. Cardiff: Council of Museums in Wales.
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Henderson, Jane and Parkes, Phillip 2007. What’s in store? – towards a Welsh strategy for the management of, and access to, archaeological collections. The Museum Archaeologist Volume 30 , pp. 1-11.
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Henderson, Jane and Parkes, Phillip 2007. Spotlight on Musueums: CyMAL Baselines 2006. [Technical Report]. Cardiff: CyMAL.
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Henderson, Jane and Parkes, Phillip 2017. Balancing accountable assessment with holistic professional practice. Presented at: ICOM-CC 18th Triennial Conference 2017, Copenhagen, Denmark, 4- 8 Sept 2017. Published in: Bridgland, J. ed. ICOM-CC 18th Triennial Conference Preprints, Copenhagen, 4–8 September 2017. Paris: International Council of Museums, art. 0305.
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Henderson, Jane and Parkes, Phillip John 2014. Do methods of assessment accurately reflect the priorities of conservation teaching? Presented at: ICOM-CC 17th Triennial Conference, Melbourne, Australia, 15-19 September 2014. Published in: Bridgland, Janet ed. ICOM-CC 17th Triennial Conference Preprints, Melbourne, 15–19 September 2014. Paris: International Council of Museums, 0304.
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Henderson, Jane and Rumsey, Kloe 2015. Communicating pesticide contamination messages. Collection Forum 29 (1-2) , pp. 49-60. 10.14351/0831-4985-29.1.49
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Henderson, Jane and Thompson, Ceri 1997. Identifying factors causing damage to welsh coal mining collections. Presented at: Industrial Collections Care and Conservation, Cardiff, 9-11 April 1997. Published in: Dollery, Diane and Henderson, Jane eds. Industrial Collections Care and Conservation. Cardiff: Council of Museums in Wales and United Kingdom Institute for Conservation,
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Henderson, Jane and Waller, Robert 2016. Effective preservation decision strategies. Studies in Conservation 61 (6) , pp. 308-323. 10.1179/2047058415Y.0000000019
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Herrmann, Rachel Watery Work. International Labor and Working-Class History 95
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Herrmann, Rachel 2015. ‘Their Filthy Trash’: Taste, eating, and work in Mary Rowlandson’s captivity narrative. Labor: Studies in Working-Class History of the Americas 12 (1-2) , pp. 45-70. 10.1215/15476715-2837496
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Herrmann, Rachel B. 2016. Rebellion or riot?: black Loyalist food laws in Sierra Leone. Slavery & Abolition 37 (4) , pp. 680-703. 10.1080/0144039X.2016.1150686
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Herrmann, Rachel B. 2017. "No useless Mouth": Iroquoian food diplomacy in the American Revolution. Diplomatic History 41 (1) , pp. 20-49. 10.1093/dh/dhw015
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Herrmann, Rachel B. 2019. No useless mouth: Waging war and fighting hunger in the American Revolution. Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Press.

Hess, Richard S. and Pringle, Reginald Denys 2018. Sacred spaces and Holy Places. In: Williamson, Hugh G.M. and Hoyland, Robert G. eds. The Illustrated Oxford History of the Holy Land, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 317-351.

Hill, Mark 2014. Christian Law: An Ecumenical Initiative. Ecclesiastical Law Journal 16 (02) , pp. 215-216. 10.1017/S0956618X1400012X

Hines, John 2017. Matters of material and social significance: The Staffordshire hoard in its archaeological context. The Staffordshire Hoard: An Anglo-Saxon Treasure, Society of Antiquaries of London,
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Hines, John 2017. A glimpse of the heathen Norse in Lincolnshire. In: Hawkes, Jane and Cambridge, Eric eds. Crossing boundaries: Interdisciplinary approaches to the art, material culture, language and literature of the Early Medieval World, Oxford: Oxbow, pp. 118-126.
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Hines, John 2018. The Anglo-Saxon settlement at Catholme, Staffordshire: a re-assessment of the chronological evidence and possible re-interpretation. Anglo-Saxon Studies in Archaeology and History 21 , pp. 47-59.

Hines, John 2018. The Anglo-Frisian question. In: Hines, John and IJssennagger, Nelleke eds. Frisians and their North Sea Neighbours: From the Fifth Century to the Viking Age, Woodbridge: Boydell Press, pp. 25-42.

Hines, John 2019. But men seyn, “What may ever laste?” Chaucer’s House of Fame as a medieval museum. In: Johnston, Andrew and Hartmann, Jan-Peer eds. Material remains: Reading the past through archaeological objects in Medieval and early modern British literature, Columbus, Ohio: University of Ohio Press,

Hines, John 2019. Practical Runic Literacy in the Late Anglo-Saxon Period: Inscriptions on lead sheet. In: Lenker, Ursula and Kornexl, Lucia eds. Anglo-Saxon Micro-texts, Berlin: De Gruyter,

Hines, John 2019. Two personal names in recently found Anglo-Saxon runic inscriptions: Sedgeford (Norfolk) and Elsted (West Sussex). Anglia 137 (2) , pp. 278-302. 10.1515/ang-2019-0025
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Hines, John and Julian-Jones, Melissa 2019. Below Malvern: MS Digby 86, the Grimhills, and the Underhills in their regional and social context. In: Fein, Susanna ed. Essays on Bodleian Library MS Digby 86, Cambridge: D S Brewer,

Hines, John Alan 2001. Demography, ethnography and archaeolinguistic evidence: a study of Celtic and Germanic from prehistory into the early historical period. In: Terrell, John Edward ed. Archaeology, Language, and History: Essays on Culture and Ethnicity, Scientific Archaeology for the Third Millennium, Westport, CT: Bergin & Garvey, pp. 153-172.

Hines, John Alan 2002. Lies, damned lies, and a curriculum vitae: reflections on statistics and the populations of Early Anglo-Saxon inhumation cemeteries. In: Lucy, Sam and Reynolds, Andrew eds. Burial in Early Medieval England and Wales, Society for Medieval Archaeology monograph, vol. 17. Maney Publishing for the Society for Medieval Archaeology, pp. 88-102.

Hines, John Alan 2003. Society, community, and identity. In: Charles-Edwards, Thomas ed. After Rome, Short Oxford History of the British Isles, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 61-102.

Hines, John Alan 2004. Voices in the past: English literature and archaeology. Woodbridge: D. S. Brewer.

Hines, John Alan 2008. Beowulf and archaeology - revisited. In: Karkov, Catherine E. and Damico, Helen eds. Aedificia Nova: studies in honor of Rosemary J. Cramp, Kalamazoo, MI: Medieval Institute Publications, Western Michigan University, pp. 89-105.

Hines, John Alan 2008. Changes and exchanges in Bede's and Caedmon's World. In: Frantzen, Allen J. and Hines, John Alan eds. Caedmon's Hymn and Material Culture in the World of Bede:Six Essays, Medieval European studies, vol. 10. Morgantown: West Virginia University Press, pp. 191-220.

Hines, John Alan 2008. Changes and exchanges in Bede's and Cædmon's world. In: Frantzen, Allen and Hines, John Alan eds. Cædmon's Hymn and material culture in the world of Bede, Morganton, West Virginia: University of West Virginia Press, pp. 191-220.

Hines, John Alan 2010. Units of account in gold and silver in Seventh-Century England: scillingas, sceattas and pæningas. Antiquaries 90 , pp. 153-173. 10.1017/S0003581510000089
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Hines, John Alan 2011. No place like home? The Anglo-Saxon social landscape from within and without. In: Sauer, Hans, Story, Joanna and Waxenberger, Gabriele eds. Anglo Saxon England and the Continent, Essays in Anglo-Saxon Studies, vol. 3. Tempe, AZ: ACMRS (Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies), pp. 21-40.

Hines, John Alan 2011. Literary sources and archaeology. In: Hamerow, Helena, Hinton, David and Crawford, Sally eds. The Oxford Handbook of Anglo-Saxon Archaeology, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 968-985.

Hines, John Alan 2011. New light on literacy in eighth-century East Anglia: a runic inscription from Baconsthorpe, Norfolk. Anglia - Zeitschrift für englische Philologie 129 (3-4) , pp. 281-296. 10.1515/angl.2011.039
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Hines, John Alan 2013. Social structures and social change in seventh-century England: the law codes and complementary sources. Historical Research 86 (233) , pp. 394-407. 10.1111/1468-2281.12002

Hines, John Alan 2013. Review Article: The final publication of the series 'On the Iconology of the Gold Bracteates' and Karl Hauck's legacy. Medieval Archaeology 57 (1) , pp. 251-261. 10.1179/0076609713Z.00000000024

Hines, John Alan 2014. From *AnleifR to Havelok: The English and the Irish Sea. In: Sigurðsson, Jón Viðar and Bolton, Timothy eds. Celtic-Norse Relationships in the Irish Sea in the Middle Ages 800-1200, Leiden: Brill, pp. 187-214.

Hines, John Alan 2014. The hunting of the sceatt. In: Abramson, Tony ed. Sifting the Evidence, Studies in Early Medieval Coinage, vol. 3. London: Seaby, pp. 7-17.

Hines, John Alan 2014. På terskelen til historisk tid: runesteinene fra Tu og Klepp. In: Kristoffersen, Elna Siv ed. Et Akropolis på Jæren? Tinghaugplatået gjennom Jernalderen, AmS-Varia, vol. 55. Stavanger: Stavanger Universitet, pp. 117-125.

Hines, John Alan 2015. Burial and religion in pre-Christian Anglo-Saxon England. In: Brieske, Vera and Ruhmann, Christiane eds. Dying Gods: Religious Beliefs in Northern and Eastern Europe in the time of Christianisation, Neue Studien zur Sachsenforschung, vol. 5. Hannover: Niedersächsisches Landesmuseum, pp. 63-71.

Hines, John Alan 2015. The Benedicite canticle in Old English verse: an early runic witness from southern Lincolnshire. Anglia -Tubingen- Zeitschrift fur Englische Philologie- 133 (2) , pp. 257-277. 10.1515/ang-2015-0023

Hines, John Alan 2015. The ownership of medieval literature: reading medieval literature in its historical context. In: Fannon, Beatrice Elizabeth ed. Medieval English Literature, New Casebooks, Basingstoke: Palgrave-Macmillan, pp. 13-29.

Hines, John Alan, Bayliss, Alexandra Louise, Høilund Nielsen, Karen and Scull, Christopher Hines, John Alan and Bayliss, Alexandra Louise, eds. 2013. Anglo-Saxon graves and grave goods of the Sixth and Seventh Centuries AD: A chronological framework. SMA Monograph, vol. 33. Leeds: Society for Medieval Archaeology.

Hines, John Alan and Forward, Alice 2016. Cosmeston, South Wales: conquest, colonisation and material culture change. In: Klápšte, Jan ed. Agrarian Technology in the Medieval Landscape, Turnhout: Brepols, pp. 125-141.

Hofmann, Daniela 2005. The emotional Mesolithic: past and present ambiguities of Ofnet cave. In: Milner, Nicky and Woodman, Peter C. eds. Mesolithic Studies at the Beginning of the 21st Century, Oxford: Oxbow Books, pp. 194-211.

Hofmann, Daniela 2005. Fragments of power: LBK figurines and the mortuary record. In: Hofmann, Daniela, Mills, Jessica and Cochrane, Andrew eds. Elements of Being: Mentalities, Identities and Movements, British Archaeological Reports, vol. 1437. Oxford: Archaeopress, pp. 58-70.

Hofmann, Daniela 2006. Different times, different places. Architectural changes from the Early to the Middle Neolithic in Lower Bavaria. Journal of Iberian Archaeology 8 (specia) , pp. 185-202.

Hofmann, Daniela 2007. The conceptual animal: technologies of body representation in the Lower Bavarian Neolithic. Journal of Iberian Archaeology 9-10 , pp. 169-185.

Hofmann, Daniela 2009. Cemetery and settlement burial in the Lower Bavarian LBK. In: Hofmann, Daniela and Bickle, Penelope eds. Creating Communities: New Advances in Central European Neolithic Research, Oxford: Oxbow, pp. 220-234.

Hofmann, Daniela 2012. Bodies, houses and status in the western Linearbandkeramik. Presented at: Beyond Elites: Alternatives to Hierarchical Systems in Modelling Social Formations, Bochum, Germany, 22-24 October 2009. Published in: Kienlin, Tobias L. and Zimmermann, Andreas eds. Beyond Elites: Alternatives to Hierarchical Systems in Modelling Social Formations. Universitätsforschungen zur prähistorischen Archäologie , vol. 215. Bonn: Rudolf Habelt, pp. 183-196.

Hofmann, Daniela 2012. The life and death of Linearbandkeramik figurines. In: Cochrane, Andrew and Jones, Andrew eds. Visualising the Neolithic, Vol. 13. Neolithic Studies Group Seminar Papers, Oxford: Oxbow, pp. 226-242.

Hofmann, Daniela 2013. Living by the lake: domestic architecture in the Alpine foreland. In: Hofmann, Daniela and Smyth, Jessica eds. Tracking the Neolithic House in Europe : Sedentism, Architecture and Practice, One World Archaeology, New York: Springer, pp. 197-228.

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Jervis, Ben 2012. Cuisine and urban identities in medieval England: objects, foodstuffs and urban Life in thirteenth- and Fourteenth-century Hampshire. Archaeological Journal 169 (1) , pp. 453-479. 10.1080/00665983.2012.11020921
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Jervis, Ben 2014. Pottery and social life in medieval England: Towards a relational approach. Oxbow Books.

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Jervis, Ben 2016. A picture says a thousand words? Decoration, effect and medieval pottery. In: Sibbesson, Emilie, Jervis, Ben and Coxon, Sarah eds. Insight from Innovation. New Light on Archaeological Ceramics, The Highfield Press, pp. 170-185.

Jervis, Ben 2016. Trade, cultural exchange and coastal identities in Early Anglo-Saxon Kent: a ceramic perspective. In: Willemsen, A. and Kik, H. eds. Golden Middle Ages in Europe. New Research into Early-Medieval Communities and Identities, Brepols, pp. 57-63.

Jervis, Ben 2016. Changing places? Place-making in Anglo-Saxon Hamwic, Southampton and Winchester. In: Jervis, Ben, Broderick, Lee G. and Grau Sologesota, Idoia eds. Objects, Environment and Everyday Life in Medieval Europe, Studies in the History of Daily Life (800-1600), Brepols, pp. 235-260.

Jervis, Ben 2016. Assemblage theory and town foundation in Medieval England. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 26 (3) , pp. 381-395. 10.1017/S0959774316000159
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Jervis, Ben 2017. Consumption and the "social self" in Medieval Southern England. Norwegian Archaeological Review 50 (1) , pp. 1-29. 10.1080/00293652.2017.1326978
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Jervis, Ben 2018. Rules, identity and a sense of place in a medieval town: the case of Southampton's Oak Book. In: Jervis, Ben, Williams, Eleanor, Nugent, Ruth and Hausmair, Barbara eds. Archaeologies of Rules and Regulation: Between Text and Practice, Berghahn, pp. 25-42.

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Jervis, Ben 2019. Assemblage thought and archaeology. London and New York: Routledge.

Jervis, Ben, Barber, Luke, Blackmore, Lyn, Cotter, John, Jarrett, Chris, Jones, Phil, Mepham, Lorraine and Seddon, Berni 2016. Early Anglo-Saxon pottery in South East England: recent work and a research framework for the future. Medieval Ceramics 36
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Jervis, Ben, Whelan, Fiona and Livarda, Alexandra 2017. Cuisine and conquest: interdisciplinary perspectives on food, continuity and change in 11th-century England and beyond. In: Hadley, Dawn and Dyer, Christopher eds. The Archaeology of the Eleventh Century: Continuities and Transformations, Routledge, pp. 244-262.

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Jones, Iestyn, Williams, Daryl, Williams, Sam, Carruthers, Wendy, Madgwick, Richard and Young, Timothy 2018. Early medieval enclosure at Glanfred, near Llandre, Ceredigion. Archaeologia Cambrensis 167 , pp. 221-243.
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Jones, Jennifer and Mulville, Jacqueline 2015. Isotopic and zooarchaeological approaches towards understanding aquatic resource use in human economies and animal management in the prehistoric Scottish North Atlantic Islands. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 6 , pp. 665-677. 10.1016/j.jasrep.2015.08.019
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Jones, Jennifer and Mulville, Jacqueline 2018. Norse animal husbandry in liminal environments: stable isotope evidence from the Scottish North Atlantic Islands. Environmental Archaeology 23 (4) , pp. 338-351. 10.1080/14614103.2018.1439678
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Jones, William David 2014. Labour migration and cross-cultural encounters: Welsh copper workers in Chile during the nineteenth century. Welsh History Review 27 (1) , pp. 132-154.

Jones, William David 2015. La Colonia Galesa del Chubut y la emigración desde Gales en los siglos XIX y XX. In: Gavriati, Marcelo and Williams, F. eds. 150 Años de Y Wladfa: Ensayos Sobre La Historia de la Colonización Galesa en la Patagonia, Secretaria de Cultura de la Provincia del Chubut, pp. 31-49.

Jones, William David and Jones, Aled 2001. Welsh reflections: Y Drych and America, 1851-2001. Llandysul: Gomer Press.

Jones, William David and Jones, Aled 2003. The Welsh World and the British Empire, c.1851-1939: An Exploration. The Journal of Imperial & Commonwealth History 31 (2) , pp. 57-81. 10.1080/03086530310001705606