Items where Division is "Academic Faculties, Institutes and Research Centres > Faculty of Arts > School of Archaeology, Classics and Egyptology"
Number of items at this level: 18.
Collier, Mark (2014) Antiphrastic questions with ist and is in Late Egyptian. Proceedings of the workshop: new directions in Egyptian syntax,12th-14th May, 2011, Liege . (In Press)
Jones, Frederick (2014) Roman gardens, imagination, and cognitive structure. Mnemosyne, 67 . ISSN 0026-7074 (Print); 1568-525X (Online) (In Press)
Jones, Frederick The caged bird in Roman life and poetry; metaphor, cognition, and value. syllecta classica . (Submitted)
Pope, Rachel Bronze Age architectural traditions : dates and landscapes. Scotland in Later Prehistoric Europe . (In Press)
Fitzjohn, Matthew Hearth and home: evaluating quality of life in the ancient Greek world. In: Building, dwelling, and living in the ancient Greek world. Cambridge University Press. (In Press)
Stallibrass, Sue (2009) The way to a Roman soldier's heart: A post-medieval model for cattle droving to the Hadrian's Wall area. In: TRAC 2008: proceedings of the eighteenth annual Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference Amsterdam 2008. Oxbow Books, Oxford, pp. 101-112. ISBN 978-1-84217-351-0
Stallibrass, Susan (2010) Body parts, placements, and people in an Iron Age town in Bulgaria. In: Anthropological approaches to zooarchaeology: complexity, colonialism, and animal transformations. Oxbow Books, Oxford, pp. 56-64. ISBN 978-1-84217-390-9
Stallibrass, Susan and Thomas, Richard (2008) Food for thought: what's next on the menu? In: Feeding the roman army : the archaeology of production and supply in NW Europe. Oxbow Books, Oxford, pp. 146-169. ISBN 9781842173237
Thomas, Richard and Stallibrass, Sue (2008) For starters: producing and supplying food to the army in the Roman north-west provinces. In: Feeding the Roman army: the archaeology of production in NW Europe. Oxbow Books, Oxford, pp. 1-17. ISBN 978-1-84217-323-7
Conference or Workshop Item
Levene, Dan and Ponting, Matthew "Recycling economies, when efficient, are by their nature invisible”. A first century Jewish recycling economy. In: Talmudic Archaeology., Leiden, Netherlands. (In Press)
Gray, Marianne (2009) 'Man is a dining animal': the archaeology of the English at table, c.1750-1900. Doctoral thesis, University of Liverpool.
Hammerle, Esme (2012) Technological change or consistency? an investigation of faience produced from the Middle to the New Kingdom at Abydos, Egypt. Doctoral thesis, University of Liverpool.
Haywood, Jan Liam Thomas (2013) Intertext and allusion in Herodotus' Histories: authority, proof, polemic. Doctoral thesis, University of Liverpool.
Lelek Tvetmarken, Cecilie (2012) Visualising social space: investigating the use of space and human-animal interaction in Neolithic built environments in the Zagros Mountains and adjacent lowlands. Doctoral thesis, University of Liverpool.
McClure, Patricia (2013) The archaeology of Manx church interiors: contents and contexts 1634-1925. Doctoral thesis, University of Liverpool.
Mottram, Philip (2012) A commentary on Statius Thebaid 6. 1-192. Doctoral thesis, University of Liverpool.
Scott, Beverley (2012) Aspects of Transgression in Valerius Flaccus' Argonautica. Doctoral thesis, University of Liverpool.
Shuttleworth, Andy (2013) An anthropological assessment of Neanderthal behavioural energetics. Doctoral thesis, University of Liverpool.
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