Selected Recent Publications

Whitbread, I. K. and A. Mari, 2014, Provenance and Proximity: a Technological Analysis of Late and Final Neolithic Ceramics from Euripides Cave, Salamis. Journal of Archaeological Science 41, 79-88.

Whitbread, I. K., 2011, Petrographic Analysis of Ceramics from the Berbati Valley, in M. Lindblom and B. Wells (eds) Mastos in the Berbati Valley: An Intensive Archaeological Survey, 143-176. Swedish Institute at Athens, Stockholm.

Whitbread, I. K. and R. E. Jones, 2008, Petrographic and Chemical analysis of Middle Helladic and Late Helladic I-II pottery, in W. D. Talyour and R. Janko (eds) Ayios Stephanos: Excavations at a Bronze Age and Medieval Settlement in Southern Laconia. London: The British School at Athens, Supplementary Volume 44.

Whitbread, I. K., M. J. Ponting and B. Wells, 2007, Temporal Patterns in Ceramic Production in the Berbati Valley, Greece. Journal of Field Archaeology 32, 177-193.

Boyd, M. J., I. K. Whitbread and J. A. MacGillivray, 2006, Geophysical Investigations at Palaikastro. Annual of the British School at Athens 101, 89-134.

Whitbread, I. K. and R. E. Jones, 2005, Petrographic and Chemical Analysis of the Early Iron Age Pottery from Torone, in J. K. Papadopoulos (ed), The Early Iron Age Cemetery at Torone: Excavations conducted by the Australian Archaeological Institute at Athens in collaboration with the Athens Archaeological Society. Monumenta Archaeologica 24, Cotsen Institute of Archaeology UCLA. University of California, LA: 511-539.

Whitbread, I. K., 2003, Clays of Corinth: The Study of a Basic Resource for Ceramic Production. In Williams and Bookidis (eds), Corinth, The Centenary 1896–1996, Corinth, Results of Excavations Conducted by the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, XX. Princeton, American School of Classical Studies at Athens: 1-13.

Whitbread, I. K., 2001, Ceramic Petrology, Clay Geochemistry and Ceramic Production – from Technology to the Mind of the Potter, in D. R. Brothwell and A. M. Pollard (eds) Handbook of Archaeological Sciences. John Wiley & Sons, Chichester: 449-459.

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