Publications

Mark Gilling's publications

Books (in preparation)

Gillings, M., Haciguzeller, P. and Lock, G. (eds). (in prepn). Archaeology and the Map: critique and practice. New York: Springer.

Books (published)

Gillings, M. and Pollard, J. (eds). 2016. Landscape Archaeology (Critical Concepts in Archaeology – 4 vols; 1,600 pages). London: Routledge. (http://www.routledge.com/products/9780415704762).

Chapman, J., Gillings, M., Magyri, E., Shiel, R., Gaydarska, B. and Bond, C. 2010. The Upper Tisza Project Book 2: Settlement Patterns in the Bodrogkoz Block. BAR Int. Series 2087. Oxford: Archaeopress.

Chapman, J., Gillings, M., Shiel, R., Magyri, E., Gaydarska, B. and Bond, C. 2010. The Upper Tisza Project Book 3: Settlement Patterns in the Zemplen Block. BAR Int. Series 2088. Oxford: Archaeopress.

Chapman, J., Gillings, M., Shiel, R., Gaydarska, B. and Bond, C. 2010. The Upper Tisza Project Book 4: Lowland Settlement in North East Hungary: Excavations at the Neolithic Settlement Site of Polgar-10. BAR Int. Series 2089. Oxford: Archaeopress.

Gillings, M., Pollard, J., Wheatley, D.W. and Peterson, R. 2008. Landscape of the Megaliths: excavation and fieldwork on the Avebury Monuments, 1997-2003. Oxford: Oxbow.

Gillings, M. and Pollard, J. 2004. Avebury. London: Duckworths.

Wheatley, D. and Gillings, M. 2002. Spatial Technology and Archaeology: the archaeological applications of GIS. London: Taylor & Francis.

Gillings, M., Mattingly, D. and van Dalen, J. (eds) 2000. Geographical Information Systems and Landscape Archaeology. Mediterranean Landscape Archaeology 3. Oxford: Oxbow.

Gillings, M. and Wise, A. (eds). 1999. Good Practice in the Archaeological Use of Geographical Information Systems: A Guide from the Archaeology Data Service. Oxford: Oxbow

Book chapters (in press)

Gillings, M. (in press). Environment and Landscape. In A. Gardiner, M. Lake and U. Sommer (eds). The Oxford Handbook of Archaeological Theory. Oxford: OUP.

Book chapters (in print)

Gillings, M. and Pollard, J. 2016. General Introduction (Landscapes are slippery. In M. Gillings and J. Pollard (eds). Landscape Archaeology (Critical Concepts in Archaeology), Volume 1 (Hand-made Artefacts): 1-14.

Gillings, M. and Pollard, J. 2015. Authenticity, Artifice and the Druidical Temple of Avebury. In J.C.A. Kolen, H. Renes & R.A.E. Hermans (eds). Landscape Biographies: 117-142. Amsterdam: University of Amsterdam Press.

Pollard, J. and Gillings, M. 2010. Sarsen Stories. In H. Lewis and S. Semple (eds). Perspectives in Landscape Archaeology. BAR Int. Series 2103: 7-11. Oxford: Archaeopress.

Pollard, J. and Gillings, M. 2009. The World of Grey Wethers. In B. O’Connor, G. Cooney and J.C. Chapman (eds). Materialitas: working stone, carving identity: 29-41. Oxford: Oxbow Books and the Prehistoric Society.

Gillings, M. and Pollard, J. 2009. Breaking megaliths. In J. Parker (ed). Written on Stone: The Cultural Reception of Prehistoric Monuments: 36-48. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Gillings, M. 2007. Approaching the Early Neolithic landscape of the Kiri-tó meander: developing GIS approaches to the archaeology of place. In A. Whittle (ed.). The Early Neolithic on the Great Hungarian Plain: investigations of the Körös culture site of Ecsegfalva 23, Co. Békés: 31-46.

Gillings, M. and Wheatley, D. 2005. Geographic Information Systems. In H. Maschner and C. Chippindale (eds). Handbook of Archaeological Methods: 373-422. Lanham: Alta Mira Press.

Gillings, M. 2005. The real, the virtually real and the hyperreal. In S. Smiles and S. Moser (eds). Envisioning the Past: Archaeology and the image. New York: Blackwells: 223-39.

Gillings, M., Peterson, R. and Pollard, J. 2004. The destruction of the Avebury monuments. In R. Cleal & J. Pollard (eds). Monuments and Material Culture: 139-163. East Knoyle: Hobnob Press.

Gillings, M. 2002. Virtual archaeologies and the hyperreal: or, what does it mean to describe something as virtually-real? In P. Fisher and D. Unwin (eds). Virtual Reality in Geography: 17-34. London: Taylor & Francis.

Brodlie, K., Dykes, J., Gillings, M., Haklay, M.E., Kitchin, R and Kraak, M. 2002. Geography in VR: context. In P. Fisher and D. Unwin (eds). Virtual Reality in Geography: 7-16. London: Taylor & Francis.

Gillings, M. 2001. Geographical Information Systems in Archaeology. In D.R. Brothwell and A.M. Pollard (eds) Introduction to Archaeological Sciences: 671-683. London: John Wiley & Sons.

Gillings, M. and Wheatley, D.W. 2001. Seeing is not believing: unresolved issues in archaeological visibility analysis. In B. Slapsak (ed.). On the good use of Geographic Information Systems in Ancient Landscape Studies: 25-36. Brussels: EUR19708.

Wheatley, D. and Gillings, M. 2000. Vision, Perception and GIS: developing enriched approaches to the study of archaeological visibility. In G. Lock (ed.). Beyond the Map: Archaeology and Spatial Technologies: 1-27. Amsterdam: IOS Press.

Goodrick, G.T. and Gillings, M. 2000. Constructs, simulations and hyperreal worlds: the role of Virtual Reality (VR) in archaeological research. In G. Lock and K. Smith (eds). On the theory and practice of archaeological computing: 41-58. Oxford: Oxbow.

Gillings, M. 2000. The utility of the GIS approach in the collection, storage and analysis of surface survey data. In J. Bintliff, M. Kuna and N. Venclova (eds) The Future of Archaeological Field Survey in Europe: 105-120. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press.

Gillings, M. 2000. Plans, Elevations and Virtual worlds: the development of techniques for the routine construction of hyperreal simulations. In J. Barcelo (ed.), Virtual Reality Applications in Archaeological Research: 59-70. Oxford: Archaeopress.

Gillings, M. and Sbonias, K. 1999. Regional survey and GIS: The Boeotia project. In M. Gillings, D. Mattingly and J. van Dalen (eds) Geographical Information Systems and landscape archaeology: 35-54. Mediterranean Landscape Archaeology 3. Oxford: Oxbow.

Gillings, M. and Mattingly, D. 1999. Introduction. In M. Gillings, D. Mattingly and J. van Dalen (eds) Geographical Information Systems and landscape archaeology: 1-4. Mediterranean Landscape Archaeology 3. Oxford: Oxbow.

Gillings, M. 1999. Engaging place: exploring the potential of VR in experiential landscape studies. In Dingwall, L., Exon, S., Gaffney, V., Lafflin, S. and van Leusen, M. (eds). Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology: Proceedings of the 25th Anniversary Conference, University of Birmingham, April 1997. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports S750.

Gillings, M. 1997. Not Drowning but Waving? The Tisza flood plain revisited. In M. North and I. Johnson (eds) Archaeological Applications of GIS: Proceedings of Colloquium II, UISPP XIIIth Congress. Sydney University Archaeological Methods Series 5 [CD-ROM].

Gillings, M. 1997. Spatial organisation in the Tisza Flood-Plain: Landscape Dynamics and GIS. In J. Chapman and P. Dolukhanov (eds) Landscape in Flux. Central and Eastern Europe in Antiquity: 163-178. Colloquia Pontica 3. Oxford: Oxbow Books.

Gillings, M. 1995. GIS and the Tisza Flood-Plain: Landscape and Settlement Evolution in North-Eastern Hungary. In G. Lock and Z. Stancic (eds) The Impact of Geographic Information Systems on Archaeology: a European Perspective: 67-84. Taylor & Francis: New York.

Journal Articles (in press)

Gillings, M. (in press). Mapping liminality: Critical frameworks for the GIS-based modelling of visibility. Journal of Archaeological Science.

Journal Articles (in print)

Gillings, M. and Pollard, J. 2016. Making megaliths: shifting and unstable stones in the Neolithic of the Avebury Landscape. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 26(4): 537-559.

Gillings, M. 2015. Betylmania? – small standing stones and the megaliths of southwest Britain. Oxford Journal of Archaeology 34(3): 205-231

Gillings, M. 2015. Mapping invisibility: GIS approaches to the analysis of hiding and seclusion. Journal of Archaeological Science 62: 1-14. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jas.2015.06.015

Gillings, M. 2015. Fugitive Monuments and Animal Pathways: Explaining the Stone Settings of Exmoor. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 81: 87-106.

Gillings, M. 2015. Excavation and Survey at Porlock Stone Circle and Row, Exmoor. Proceedings of the Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society 158: 7-34.

Gillings, M. 2013. Excavation of the prehistoric landscapes of Lanacombe, Exmoor (2009-10). Proceedings of the Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society 156: 41-73.
Gillings, M. 2012. Landscape Phenomenology, GIS and the Role of Affordance. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory. 19(4): 601-611.

Gillings, M., & Taylor, J. 2012. Geophysical Survey and Excavation at the Exmoor Stone Setting of Furzehill Common. Proceedings of the Devon Archaeological Society. 69: 1-8.
Gillings, M., & Taylor, J. 2012. Geophysical Survey at Porlock stone circle. Proceedings of the Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society. 155: 197-99.

Gillings, M. and Taylor, J. 2011. Excavation and survey at the Exmoor Stone Settings of Lanacombe I and IV. Proceedings of the Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society. 154: 23-34.

Gillings, M. 2011. Chorography, antiquarianism and experiential approaches to the study of past landscapes. Cambridge Archaeological Journal. 21(1): 53-64.

Gillings, M., Pollard, J. and Taylor, J. 2010. The Miniliths of Exmoor. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 76: 297-318.
Fyfe, R., Caseldine, C. and Gillings, M. 2010. Pushing the boundaries of data? Issues in the construction of rich visual past landscapes. Quaternary International 220(1-2): 152-159.

Gillings, M. and Pollard, J. 2009. New geophysical surveys of the megalithic monuments at Longis House and Tourgis (Druid’s Altar), Alderney. Transactions of La Societe Guernesiaise 26(3): 392-401.

Gillings, M. 2009. Visual affordance, landscape and the megaliths of Alderney. Oxford Journal of Archaeology 28 (4): 335-56.

Frieman, C. and Gillings, M. 2007. Seeing is perceiving? World Archaeology 39(1): 4-16.

Gillings, M., Pollard, J. & Wheatley, D. 2002. Excavations at the Beckhampton Enclosure, Avenue and Cove, Avebury: an interim report on the 2000 season. Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine 95, 249-58

Gillings, M., Pollard, J. and Wheatley, D. 2000. Avebury and the Beckhampton Avenue. Current Archaeology 167: 428-433.

Gillings, M., Pollard, J. and Wheatley, D. 2000. The Beckhampton Avenue and a 'new' Neolithic enclosure near Avebury: an interim report on the 1999 excavations. Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine vol. 93: 1-8.

Gillings, M. and Pollard, J. 2000. Erecting Altars to Unknown Gods. Archaeological Dialogues 7(1): 88-93.

Gillings, M. and Pollard, J. 2000. Non-portable stone artefacts and contexts of meaning: The tale of Grey Wether (museums.ncl.ac.uk/Avebury/stone4.htm). World Archaeology 31(2).

Pollard, J. and Gillings, M. 1998. Romancing the Stones: towards an elemental and virtual Avebury. Archaeological Dialogues 5(2): 143-164.

Gillings, M. 1998. Embracing uncertainty and challenging dualism in the GIS-based study of a palaeo flood-plain. European Journal of Archaeology 1/1: 117-144.

Gillings, M. & Goodrick, G.T. 1996. Sensuous and Reflexive GIS: exploring visualisation and VRML. Internet Archaeology 1, (http://intarch.ac.uk/).

Reviews, short notes and miscellany

Pollard, J., Gillings, M., Allen, M., French, C., Cleal, R., Snashall, N. and Pike, A. 2015. Living on the Avenue: investigating settlement histories and other events at West Kennet, near Avebury. PAST: newsletter of the Prehistoric Society.

Pollard, J., Allen, M., Cleal, R., French, C., Gardiner, J., Gillings, M., McFadyen, L. and Snashall, N. 2011. Between the Monuments: New Fieldwork at Avebury. PAST: newsletter of the Prehistoric Society 68: 10-11.

Gillings, M. and Pollard, J. 2010. Correspondence: A Reply to Sims. Time and Mind 3(1): 85-90.

Gillings, M., Pollard, J. and Taylor, J. 2008. Exmoor, Lanacombe (Somerset Archaeology 2007). Proceedings of the Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society 151: 229.

Gillings, M. 2006. Review of: Ancient Landscape, Settlement Dynamics and Non-Destructive Archaeology. Martin Gojda (ed.). Academia: Prague. 2004 (484 pages). Journal of European Archaeology.

Gillings, M., Pollard, J. & Wheatley, D. 2002. An Avenue, a cove and an enclosure: further fieldwork at Beckhampton, near Avebury. PAST: newsletter of the Prehistoric Society 41: 6-8.

Gillings, M. and Pollard, J. 2002. A Roman Shrine at Beckhampton? Current Archaeology 179: 453.

Gillings, M., Pollard, J. and Wheatley, D. 2000. Pulling back the covers on sleeping stones: recent excavations on the Beckhampton Avenue, Avebury. Lithics 20: 31-2.

Gillings, M., Pollard, J. and Wheatley, D. 2000. The rev. William Stukeley's lost megalithic Avenue. PAST: newsletter of the Prehistoric Society 34: 8-9.

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