1: Singly Authored Books
- 1.1 1981. The Vinca culture of south east Europe. Studies in chronology, economy and society, 2 vols., Oxford: BAR I–119.
- 1.2 2000. Fragmentation in archaeology: People, places and broken objects in the prehistory of South Eastern Europe. London: Routledge.
- 1.3 2000a. Tensions at funerals. Mortuary archaeology in later Hungarian prehistory. Budapest: Archaeolingua.
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2: Jointly Authored Books
- 2.1 (with Shiel, R. and Batovic, Š.) 1996. The changing face of Dalmatia. Archaeological and ecological studies in a Mediterranean landscape, Society of Antiquaries of London Research Report No. 54, London: Cassell.
- 2.2 (with Shiel, R., Passmore, D., Magyari, E. et alii) 2003. The Upper Tisza Project: studies in Hungarian landscape archaeology. E-book 1: accessible at [http://ads.ahds.ac.uk/catalogue/projArch/uppertisza_ba_2003/index.cfm]
- 2.3 (with Gaydarska, B.) 2007. Parts and wholes. Fragmentation in prehistoric context. Oxford: Owbow Books.
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3: Edited Books
- 3.1 (with Mytum, H.) 1983 (eds.) North Britain from 1000 BC to AD 1000. George Jobey Festschrift. British Series B-118. Oxford: BAR.
- 3.2 (with Bintliff, J., Gaffney, V. & Slapšak, B.) 1988 (eds.) Recent developments in Yugoslav archaeology, 151–175, International Series 431, Oxford: BAR.
- 3.3 (with Dolukhanov, P.) 1993. (eds.) Cultural transformations and interactions in Eastern Europe. Aldershot: Avebury.
- 3.4 (with Dolukhanov, P.) 1997. (eds.) Landscapes in Flux. Oxford: Oxbow Books.
- 3.5 (with Hamerow, H.) 1997a. (eds.) Migrations and invasions in archaeological explanation. International Series 664. Oxford: BAR.
- 3.6 (with Dumitroaia, G., Weller, O., Preoteasa, C., Munteanu, R., Nicola, D. & Monah, D.) 2007 (eds.) Cucuteni. 120 years of research. Time to sum up.. Piatra Neamt: Centre International de Recherche de la culture Cucuteni.
- 3.7 (with Monah, D., Dumitroaia, G. & Weller, O.) 2007 (eds.) L’exploitation du sel a travers le temps. Piatra Neamt: Centre International de Recherche de la culture Cucuteni.
- 3.8 (with O’Connor, B. & Cooney, G.) 2010 (eds.) Materialitas. Working stone, carving identity. Prehistoric Society Research Papers. Oxford: Oxbow Books.
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4: Refereed Articles and Book Chapters – sole author
- 4.1 1982. ‘The secondary products revolution and the limitations of the Neolithic’, Bulletin of the Univ. of London Institute of Archaeology 11: 119–141.
- 4.2 1988. ‘Ceramic production and social differentiation: the Dalmatian Neolithic and the Western Mediterranean’, Journal of Mediterranean Archaeology 2/1: 3–25.
- 4.3 1989. ‘The early Balkan village’, Varia Archaeologica Hungarica 2:33–53.
- 4.4 1989. ‘Arheološki terenski pregled v razikavah jugoslovanske prazgovodine’. Arheo 9:4–33.
- 4.5 1989a. ‘Demographic trends in Neothermal south-east Europe’, in C. Bonsall (ed) The Mesolithic in Europe, 500–515. Edinburgh:John Donald.
- 4.6 1990. ‘Social inequality on Bulgarian tells and the Varna problem’, in R. Samson (ed.) The social archaeology of houses, 49–98, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
- 4.7 1990a. ‘The Neolithic in the Morava-Danube confluence area: a regional assessment of settlement pattern’, in Tringham & D. Krstic (eds) Selevac. A Neolithic village in Yugoslavia, 13–44, Monumenta Archaeologica 15, Los Angeles: University of California Press.
- 4.8 1991. ‘The creation of social arenas in the Neolithic and Copper Age of South East Europe: the case of Varna’, in P.Garwood, P. Jennings, R. Skeates and J. Toms (eds) Sacred and Profane, 152–171, Oxford Committee for Archaeology Monograph No. 32. Oxford: Oxbow.
- 4.9 1991a. ‘Els orígens de l’agricultura al sud-est d’Europa’ Cota Zero 7:126–135.
- 4.10 1992. ‘The creation of arenas of social power in Serbian prehistory’, Zbornik Narodnog Muzeja (Beograd) 14: 305–317.
- 4.11 1993. ‘Social power in the Iron Gates Mesolithic’, in J.C. Chapman & P. Dolukhanov (eds) Cultural transformations and interactions in Eastern Europe, 61–106, Worldwide Archaeology Series 5, Aldershot: Avebury.
- 4.12 1994. ‘The living, the dead, and the ancestors: time, life cycles and the mortuary domain in later European prehistory’, in J. Davies (ed.) Ritual and remembrance. Responses to death in human societies, 40–85, Sheffield, Sheffield Academic Press.
- 4.13 1994a. ‘The origins of farming in South East Europe’. Préhistoire Européenne 6:133–155.
- 4.14 1994. ‘Destruction of a common heritage: the archaeology of war in Croatia, Bosnia and Hercegovina’. Antiquity 68:120–126.
- 4.15 1995. ‘Social power in the early farming communities of Eastern Hungary – perspectives from the Upper Tisza region’, A Josa András Múzeum Évkönyve 36:79–99.
- 4.16 1995a. ‘Llocs com a marques del temps en l’arqueologia del paisatge’. Cota Zero 11:94 – 99.
- 4.17 1996. ‘Enchainment, commodification and gender in the Balkan Neolithic and Copper Age, Journal of European Archaeology 4: 203–242.
- 4.18 1997c. ‘The origins of tells in eastern Hungary’, in P. Topping (ed.) Neolithic landscapes, 139–164, Oxford: Oxbow.
- 4.19 1997b. ‘Changing gender relations in the later prehistory of Eastern Hungary’, in J. Moore & E. Scott (eds) Invisible people and processes. Writing women and children into European archaeology, 131–149, Leicester: Leicester University Press.
- 4.20 1998. ‘The impact of modern invasions and migrations on archaeological explanation. A biographical sketch of Marija Gimbutas’, in M. Diaz-Andreu and M. L. S. Sørensen (eds) Excavating women. A history of women in European archaeology, 295–314, London: Routledge.
- 4.21 1998a. ‘Objects and places: their value in the past’, in Bailey, D. W. (ed.) The archaeology of prestige and wealth, 106–130. International Series 730. Oxford: BAR.
- 4.22 1999. ‘The origins of warfare in the prehistory of Central and Eastern Europe’, in Carman J. & Harding, A. (eds.) Ancient warfare. Archaeological perspectives, 101–142. Stroud: Alan Sutton.
- 4.23 2000. ‘Rubbish-dumps’ or ‘places of deposition’?: Neolithic and Copper Age settlements in Central and Eastern Europe’. In Ritchie, A. (ed.) Neolithic Orkney in its European context. Cambridge: MacDonald Institute, 347–362.
- 4.24 2000a. ‘Pit-digging and structured deposition in the Neolithic and Copper Age of Central and Eastern Europe’. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 61: 51–67.
- 4.25 2000b. ‘Tension at funerals: social practices and the subversion of community structure in later Hungarian prehistory’. Book chapter in Dobres, M-A & Robb, J. (eds.) Agency in archaeology. London: Routledge, pp. 169 – 195.
- 4.26 2000c. ‘Theoretical archaeology in Britain in the late 20th century: an overview’, in Biehl, P. et al. (eds.) Archaeologies of Europe. History, methods and theories. Tubingen:Waxmann, pp. 225-37.
- 4.27 2000d. ‘The fractality of personal relations in the Mesolithic and Early Neolithic of South East Europe’. Book chapter in Kertész, R. & Makkay, J. (eds.) From Mesolithic to Neolithic Proceedings of the Szolnok Conference, September 1996. Budapest: Archaeolingua, pp. 145–166.
- 4.28 2000e. ‘Fragmentation analysis and social relations in later Balkan prehistory’. Book chapter in Ginter, B. et al. (eds.) Problems of the Stone Age in the Old World. Krakow: Jagiellonian University Institute of Archaeology, pp. 369–388.
- 4.29 2000f. ‘Object fragmentation in the Neolithic and Copper Age of Southeast Europe.’. Book chapter in Biehl, P.F., Bertemès, F. & Meller, H. (eds.) The archaeology of cult and religion. Budapest: Archaeolingua, pp. 89–106.
- 4.30 2001. ‘Archaeological proxy-data for demographic reconstructions: facts, factoids or fiction?’. In Bintliff, J. L. (ed.) Population studies and regional survey in Mediterranean Europe (3000 BC–AD 1800).
- 4.31 2001a.–d. Four contributions to Ellis, L. (ed.) Archaeological method and theory: an encyclopaedia. New York: Garland. (a) Settlement archaeology, 551–556; (b) Social archaeology, 570–577; (c) Post-processual archaeology, 494–499; and (d) Biographical sketch of Ian Hodder, 285.
- 4.32 2002. ‘Neolithic pottery at Polgár-10 (Hungary): measuring the habitus’. Documenta Praehistorica XXIX:127–144.
- 4.33 2002a. ‘Intentional fragmentation in the Neolithic and Copper Age of south-east Europe: incised signs and pintaderas’, in Drasovean, F. (ed.) Festschrift für Gheorghe Lazarovici. Timisoara: Mirton, pp. 217–244.
- 4.34 2002b. ‘Colourful prehistories: the problem with the Berlin and Kay colour paradigm’, in Jones, A. & MacGregor, G. (eds.) Colouring the past. Oxford: Berg, pp. 45–72.
- 4.35 2003. ‘Domesticating the exotic: the context of Cucuteni-Tripolye exchange with steppe and forest-steppe communities.’ In Boyle, K., Renfrew, C. & Levine, M. (eds.) Ancient interactions: east and west in Eurasia. McDonald Institute Monongraphs. Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, 75–92.
- 4.36 2003a. ‘From Franchthi to the Tiszazug: two Early Neolithic worlds.’ In Jerem, E. & Raczky, P. (ed.) Morgenrot der Kulturen. Budapest: Archaeolingua, pp. 89–108.
- 4.37 2003b. ‘Colour in Balkan prehistory (alternatives to the Berlin & Kay paradigm).’ In Nikolova, L. (ed.) Early symbolic systems for communication in Southeast Europe. BAR-1139. Oxford: Archaeopress, 31–56.
- 4.38 2004. ‘Ideology and ritual’, in Bogucki, P.& Crabtree, P.J. (eds.) Ancient Europe 8000 B.C.–A.D. 1000: Encyclopaedia of the Barbarian World. New York: Scribner’s Sons.
- 4.39 2004a. ‘Spondylus bracelets–fragmentation and enchainment in the East Balkan Neolithic and Copper Age.’ In Slavchev, V. (ed.) Festschrift für Prof. Dr. Habil. Henrieta Todorova. Dobrudzha 21: 63–87.
- 4.40 2004b. ‘Categorical analysis of Neolithic and Copper Age pottery from Bulgaria.’ In Nikolov, V., Bacvarov, K. & Kalchev, P. (eds.) Prehistoric Thrace. Proceedings of the International Symposium in Stara Zagora, 2003. Sofia–Stara Zagora, pp. 46–66.
- 4.41 2006. ‘Dark burnished ware as sign: ethnicity, aesthetics and categories in the Later Neolithic of the Central Balkans.’ In Tasic, N. & Grozdanov, C. (eds.) Homage to Milutin Garasanin. Belgrade: Serbian Academy of Sciences & Macedonian Academy of Sciences & Arts, pp. 295–308.
- 4.42 2007. ‘The elaboration of an aesthetic of brilliance and colour in the Climax Copper Age.’ In Lang, F., Reinholdt & Weilhartner, J. (eds.) Stephanos Aristeios. Archäologische Forschungen zwischen Nil und Istros. Wien: Phoibos Verlag, pp. 65–74.
- 4.43 2007. ‘Integrating fragmentation practices into landscape archaeology.’ In Popova, L. M., Hartley, C. W. & Smith, A. T. (eds.) Social orders and social landscapes. 2nd Chicago Conference on Eurasian Archaeology. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 55–94.
- 4.44 2007. ‘Engaging with the exotic: the production of early farming communities in South-East and Central Europe.’ In Spataro, M. & Biagi, P. (eds.) A short walk through the Balkans. The first farmers of the Carpathian Basin and adjacent regions. Quaderno 12. Trieste: Società per la preistoria i protostoria della regione Friuli-Venezia Giulia, 207–222.
- 4.45 2008. ‘Meet the ancestors: settlement histories in the Neolithic.’ In Bailey, D., Whittle, A. & Hofmann, D. (eds.) Living together well? Settlement and materiality in the Neolithic of South-East and Central Europe. Oxford: Oxbow Books, 68–80.
- 4.46 2008. ‘Approaches to trade and exchange in earlier prehistory (Late Mesolithic – Early Bronze Age).’ In Jones, A. (ed.) Prehistoric Europe. Theory and practice. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 333–355.
- 4.47 2008. ‘Object fragmentation in past landscapes.’ In David, B. & Thomas, J. (eds.) Handbook of landscape archaeology. WAC Research Handbooks in Archaeology. Walnut Creek, Aus.: Left Coast Press. 187–201.
- 4.48 2009. ‘Notes on memory-work and materiality.’ In Barbiera, I., Choyke, A.M. & Rasson, J. A. (eds.) Materializing memory. Archaeological material culture and the semantics of the past. International Series I-1977. Oxford: Archaeopress, pp. 7–16.
- 4.49 2009. ‘The Danube and Settlement Prehistory – 80 Years On.’ European Journal of Archaeology 12: 145–156.
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5: Refereed Articles – joint author
- 5.1 (with Shiel, R.) 1987. ‘Settlement patterns and land use in Neothermal Dalmatia, Yugoslavia: 1983–1984 seasons’. Journal of Field Archaeology 14: 123–146.
- 5.2 (with Dolukhanov, P.) 1993. ‘Cultural transformations and interactions in Eastern Europe: theory and terminology’, in J. Chapman and P. M. Dolukhanov (eds) Cultural transformations and interactions in Eastern Europe. Aldershot: Avebury, 1–36.
- 5.3 (with Shiel, R.) 1993. ‘Social change and land use in prehistoric Dalmatia’, PPS 59: 61–104.
- 5.4 (with Bonsall, C. et al.) 1997. ‘Mesolithic and Early Neolithic in the Iron Gates: a paleodietary perspective’. Journal of European Archaeology 5/1:50–92.
- 5.5 (with D. Monah, Gh. Dumitroaia & M. Francis) 2001. ‘The exploitation of salt in the prehistory of Moldavia, Romania’. Archaeological Reports for 1999/2000 (Durham & Newcastle): 10–20.
- 5.6 (with B. Erdogu, M. Özbasaran & R. Erdogu) 2003. ‘Prehistoric salt exploitation in Tuz Gölü, Central Anatolia: preliminary investigations.’ Anatolia Antiqua XI: 11–19.
- 5.7 (with B. & R. Erdogu) 2003a. ‘Kirikköy–the largest megalithic complex in Turkish Thrace.’ Antaeus 25: 547–569.
- 5.8 (with Gaydarska, B.) 2003b. ‘The provision of salt to Tripolye mega-sites.’ In Korvin-Piotorvsky, O.G., Kruts, V.O. & Ryzhov, S.M. (eds.) Tripolian settlements-giants. Kiev: Institute of Archaeology, 203–211.
- 5.9 (with B. Gaydarska, I. Angelova, M. Gurova & S. Yanev) 2004. ‘Breaking, making and trading: the Omurtag Eneolithic Spondylus hoard.’ Archaeologica Bulgarica VIII/: 11–34.
- 5.10 (with Craig, O. et alii) 2003. ‘“Milk jugs” and other myths of the Copper Age of Central Europe.’ European Journal of Archaeology 6/3: 251–265.
- 5.11 (with B. Gaydarska, E. Magyari, Ts. Tsonev, T. Goslar & E. Bozhilova) 2003. ‘The human impact of later prehistoric communities in the Balkans: inter-disciplinary studies in Bulgaria.’ Arch. Reports for Durham and Newcastle 2001/2: 12–18.
- 5.12 (with E. Magyari, B. & R. Erdogu) 2003. ‘The Göl Baba pollen core: contribution to the Holocene vegetation history of Turkish Thrace.’ Arch. Reports for Durham and Newcastle 2001/2: 19–24.
- 5.13 (with B & R Erdogu) 2003. ‘Kirikköy – the largest megalithic complex in Turkish Thrace.’ Antaeus 25: 547–569.
- 5.14 (with Craig, O., Heron, C., Willis, L. H., Bartosiewicz, L., Taylor, G., Whittle, A. & Collins, M.) 2005. ‘Did the first farmers of central and eastern Europe produce dairy foods?’ Antiquity 79: 882–894.
- 5.15 (with Gaydarska, B. & Angelova, I.) 2005. ‘On the tell and off the tell: the fired clay figurines from Omurtag.’ In Spinei, V., Lazarovici, C-M. and Monah, D. (eds.) Scripta praehistorica M. Petrescu-Dîmbovita Festschrift: 341–385.
- 5.16 (with Higham, T., Slavchev, V., Gaydarska, B. & Honch, N.) 2006. ‘The social context of the emergence, development and abandonment of the Varna cemetery, Bulgaria.’ European Journal of Archaeology 9/2–3: 159–183.
- 5.17 (with Gaydarska, B. & Hardy, K.) 2006. ‘Does enclosure make a difference? A view from the Balkans.’ Harding, A., Sievers, S. & Venclová, N. (eds.) Enclosing the past: Inside and Outside in Prehistory. Sheffield Archaeological Monographs 15, Equinox., pp. 20–43.
- 5.18 (with Higham, T., Slavchev, V., Gaydarska, B., Honch, N., Yordanov, Y. & Dimitrova, B.) 2007. ‘New perspectives on the Varna cemetery (Bulgaria) – AMS dates and social implications.’ Antiquity 81: 640–654.
- 5.19 (with Gaydarska, B., Raduntcheva, A. & Koleva, B.) 2007. ‘The châine opératoire approach to prehistoric figurines: an example from Dolnoslav, Bulgaria.’ In Renfrew, C. & Morley, I. (eds.) Image and imagination, a global prehistory of figurative representation. Cambridge: McDonald Institute, 171–184.
- 5.20 (with Monah, D.) 2007. ‘A seasonal Cucuteni occupation at Siliste-Prohozesti, Moldavia.’ In Monah, D., Dumitroaia, G., Weller, O. & Chapman, J. (eds.) L’exploitation du sel a travers le temps. Piatra Neamt: Centre International de Recherche de la culture Cucuteni, pp. 71–88.
- 5.21 (with Gaydarska, B.) 2007. ‘Salt research in Bulgaria.’ In Monah, D., Dumitroaia, G., Weller, O. & Chapman, J. (eds.) L’exploitation du sel a travers le temps. Piatra Neamt: Centre International de Recherche de la culture Cucuteni, pp. 147–160.
- 5.22 (with Gaydarska, B. & Slavchev, V.) 2008. ‘Fragmentation research and the Varna Eneolithic Cemetery Spondylus rings.’ In Slavchev, V. (ed.) The Varna Eneolithic necropolis and problems of prehistory in Southeast Europe. Acta Musei Varnaensis VI: 139–162.
- 5.23 (with Higham, T., Gaydarska, B. & Slavchev, V.) 2008. ‘The first AMS dates for the Varna cemetery.’ In Slavchev, V. (ed.) The Varna Eneolithic necropolis and problems of prehistory in Southeast Europe. Acta Musei Varnaensis VI: 95–114.
- 5.24 (with Magyari, E. M., Gaydarska, B., Marinova, E., Deli, T., Huntley, J. P., Allen, J. R. M. & Huntley, B.) 2008. ‘The “oriental” component of the Balkan flora: evidence of presence on the Thracian Plain during the Weichselian late-glacial.’ Journal of Biogeography 35: 865–883.
- 5.25 (with Gaydarska, B.) 2009. ‘The fragmentation premise in archaeology: from the Paleolithic to more recent times.’ In Tronzo, W. (ed.) The fragment – an incomplete history. Los Angeles: Getty Research Institute, 131–153.
- 5.26 (with Magyari, E. & Gaydarska, B.) 2009. ‘Contrasting subsistence strategies in the Early Iron Age?: new results from the Alföld Plain, Hungary and the Thracian Plain, Bulgaria.’ Oxford Journal of Archaeology 28/2: 155–187.
- 5.27 2009. ‘The Danube in prehistory – 80 years on.’ European Journal of Archaeology 12/1–3: 145–156.
- 5.28 (with É. Richter) 2009. ‘Geometric order and scientific principles: a view from the mesolithic, neolithic and chalcolithic of Central and South East Europe.’ In Bodi, G. (ed.) In medias res praehistoria. Miscellanea in honorem annos LXVperagentis Professoris Dan Monah oblate. Iasi: Editura Universitatii „Alexandru Ioan Cuza,” 21–58.
- 5.29 (with Gillings, M., Shiel, R., Magyari, E., Gaydarska, B. & Bond, C.) 2010. ‘Upper Tisza Project Vol. 2 – Settlement patterns in the Bodrogköz Block.’ BAR I-2087. Oxford: Archaeopress.
- 5.30 (with Gillings, M., Shiel, R., Gaydarska, B. & Bond, C.) 2010. ‘Upper Tisza Project Vol. 3 – Settlement patterns in the Zemplén Block.’ BAR I-2088. Oxford: Archaeopress.
- 5.31 (with Gillings, M., Magyari, E., Shiel, R., Gaydarska, B. & Bond, C.) 2010. ‘Upper Tisza Project Vol. 4 – Lowland settlement in North East Hungary: excavations at the Neolithic settlement site of Polgár-10.’ BAR I-2089. Oxford: Archaeopress.
- 5.32 (with Vicze, M., Cousins, S., Gaydarska, B. & Bond, C.) 2010. ‘Upper Tisza Project Vol. 5 – Upland settlement in North East Hungary: excavations at the multi-period site of Regéc-95.’ BAR I-2090. Oxford: Archaeopress.
- 5.33 (ed.) 2010. From surface finds to past lifeways: the prehistoric site of Orlovo, South Eastern Bulgaria. Oxford: Oxbow Books.
- 5.34 (with O’Connor, B. & Cooney, G.) 2010 (eds.) Materialitas. Working stone, carving identity. Prehistoric Society Research Papers. Oxford: Oxbow Books.
- 5.35 (with Gaydarska, B.) 2010. ‘Fragmenting hominins and the presencing of Early Palaeolithic social worlds.’ Proceedings of the British Academy 158: 417–452.
- 5.36 2010. ‘“Deviant” burials in the Neolithic and Chalcolithic of Central and South Eastern Europe.’ In Rebay-Salisbury, K., Sørensen, M. L. S. & Hughes, J. (eds.) Body parts and bodies whole. Oxford: Oxbow Books, 30–45.
- 5.37 2010. ‘Houses, households, villages and proto-cities in Southeastern Europe.’ In Anthony, D.W. & Chi, J. Y. (eds.) The lost world of Old Europe. The Danube Valley, 5000 – 3500 BC. New York: Institute for the Study of the Ancient World, 74–89.
- 5.38 (with Magyari, E.K., Passmore, D. G., Allen, J. R. M., Huntley, J. P. & Huntley, B.) 2010. ‘Holocene persistence of wooded steppe in the Great Hungarian Plain.’ Journal of Biogeography 35/5: 865–883.
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6: Non-refereed Publications – sole author
- 6.1 1983. ‘Meaning and illusion in the study of burial in Balkan prehistory’, in A. Poulter (ed), Ancient Bulgaria Volume 1, 1–45, Nottingham: University of Nottingham Press.
- 6.2 1988. ‘From “space” to “place”: a model of dispersed settlement and Neolithic society’, in C. Burgess, P. Topping & D. Mordant (eds) Enclosures and defences in the Neolithic of western Europe. International Series 403, 21–46, Oxford, BAR.
- 6.3 1997. ‘The impact of modern invasions and migrations on archaeological explanation’. In Chapman, J. & Hamerow, H. (eds.) Migrations and invasions in archaeological explanation. International Series 664, 11–20. Oxford: BAR.
- 6.4 1997a. ‘Landscape in flux and the colonisation of time’, in Chapman J. & Dolukhanov, P. (eds.) Landscapes in Flux, 1–22. Oxford: Oxbow Books.
- 6.5 1997b. ‘Places as timemarks–the social construction of landscapes in Eastern Hungary’, in Chapman J. & Dolukhanov, P. (eds.) Landscapes in Flux, 137–162. Oxford: Oxbow Books.
- 6.6 1999. ‘Deliberate house-burning in the prehistory of Central and Eastern Europe.’ 113–126, in Gustafsson, A. & Karlsson, H. (eds.) Glyfer och arkeologiska rum–en vänbok till Jarl Nordbladh. Göteborg: Institute of Archaeology, University of Göteborg.
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