Publications

Books/Monographs

Van der Veen, M. 2011. Consumption, Trade and Innovation: Exploring the Botanical Remains from the Roman and Islamic Ports at Quseir al-Qadim, Egypt. Frankfurt: Africa Magna Verlag. ISBN 9783937248233.

Van der Veen, M. (ed.) 2010. Agricultural Innovation. World Archaeology 42(1), 2010.

Van der Veen M. (ed.) 2005. Garden AgricultureWorld Archaeology 37(2), 2005.

Van der Veen M. (ed.) 2003. Luxury FoodsWorld Archaeology 34(3), 2003.

Van Zeist W, Bottema S and Van der Veen M. 2001. Diet and Vegetation at Ancient Carthage: The Archaeobotanical Evidence.    Groningen,  Groningen Institute of Archaeology.

Van der Veen M. (ed.) 1999. The Exploitation of Plant Resources in Ancient Africa. New York, Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers.

Pals JP, Buurman J and Van der Veen M. (eds.) 1992. Festschrift for Professor Van Zeist. Special Issue of Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 73 (nos. 1-4).

Van der Veen M. 1992. Crop Husbandry Regimes. An Archaeobotanical Study of Farming in Northern England: 1000 BC - AD 500. Sheffield, JR Collis Publications.

List of all publications, by year

2018           Van der Veen, M. 2018. Archaeobotany: the archaeology of human-plant interactions. In Scheidel, W. (ed) The Science of Roman History. Biology, Climate, and the Future of the Past. Princeton NJ: Princeton University Press, pp. 53-95. https://press.princeton.edu/titles/11324.html

2018           Van der Veen, M., Bouchaud, C., Cappers, R. and Newton, C. in press. Roman life in the Eastern Desert of Egypt: food, imperial power and geopolitics. In Brun, J.-P., (ed) Le désert oriental d’Égypte durant la période gréco-romaine : bilans archéologiques. Collection électronique de l’Institut des civilisations du Collège de France, série ‘Mondes méditerranéens antiques’. https://books.openedition.org/cdf/5252

2018           Bouchaud, C., Newton, C., Van der Veen, M. and Vermeeren, C. in press. Fuelwood and wood supplies in the Eastern Desert of Egypt during Roman times. In Brun, J.-P., (ed) Le désert oriental d’Égypte durant la période gréco-romaine: bilans archéologiques. Collection électronique de l’Institut des civilisations du Collège de France, série ‘Mondes méditerranéens antiques’. https://books.openedition.org/cdf/5237

2017           Van der Veen, M. and Morales, J. 2017. Food globalisation and the Red Sea: new evidence from the ancient ports at Quseir al-Qadim, Egypt. In Agius, D.A., Khalil, E., Scerri, E.M.L. and Williams, A. (eds) Human Interaction with the Environment in the Red Sea. Selected Papers of Red Sea Project VI. Leiden: Brill, pp. 254-289. https://brill.com/abstract/book/edcoll/9789004330825/B9789004330825_013.xml

2017           Bouchaud, C., Morales, J., Schram, V. and Van der Veen, M. 2017. The earliest evidence for citrus in Egypt. In V. Zech, G. Fiorentino and S. Coubray (eds.) The History and Archaeology of the Citrus Fruit from the Far East to the Mediterranean: introductions, diversifications, uses. Naples: Centre Jean Bérard, pp. 51-83. DOI: 10.4000/books.pcjb.2107. https://books.openedition.org/pcjb/2179

2016           Van der Veen, M. 2016. The arable economy. In C. Haselgrove (ed.). Cartimandua’s capital? The late Iron Age royal site at Stanwick, North Yorkshire, fieldwork and analysis 1981–2011. York, CBA Research Report 175, Council for British Archaeology, pp. 287-303.

2016           Van der Veen, M. 2016. In S. Lucy and C. Evans (with R. Jefferies, G. Appleby and C. Going), Romano-British Settlement and Cemeteries at Mucking. Excavations by Margaret and Tom Jones, 1965–1978. Oxford, Oxbow Books, pp. 210-212.

2015           Van der Veen, M. and Morales, J. 2015. The Roman and Islamic spice trade: new archaeological evidence. Journal of Ethnopharmacology 167: 54-63. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jep.2014.09.036

2015           Van der Veen, M. 2015. Vegetables. In K. B. Metheny and M. C. Beaudry (eds.) The Archaeology of Food: An Encyclopaedia. Volume 2. Lanham MD, Rowman & Littlefield, pp. 528-530.

2015           Van der Veen, M. 2015. Spices. In K. B. Metheny and M. C. Beaudry (eds.) The Archaeology of Food: An Encyclopaedia. Volume 2. Lanham MD, Rowman & Littlefield, pp. 473-474.

2015           Van der Veen, M. 2015. Quseir al-Qadim. In K. B. Metheny and M. C. Beaudry (eds.) The Archaeology of Food: An Encyclopaedia. Volume 2. Lanham MD, Rowman & Littlefield, pp. 426-427.

2014           Van der Veen, M. 2014. The materiality of plants: plant-people entanglements. World Archaeology 46(5): 799-812. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00438243.2014.953710

2014           Van der Veen, M. 2014 (print 2016). Arable farming, horticulture, and food: expansion, innovation, and diversity in Roman Britain. In M. Millett, L. Revell and A. Moore (eds) The Oxford Handbook of Roman Britain. Oxford, OUP. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199697713.013.046

2013           Van der Veen, M., Hill, A. and Livarda, A. 2013. The archaeobotany of Medieval Britain (c AD 450–1500): identifying research priorities for the 21st century. Medieval Archaeology 57, 151-182. https://doi.org/10.1179/0076609713Z.00000000018n/a

2011           Van der Veen, M., Cox, A. and Morales, J. 2011. Plant remains - evidence for trade and cuisine (Chapter 18). In Peacock, D. and Blue, L. (eds.) Myos Hormos - Quseir al-Qadim, Roman and Islamic Ports on the Red Sea. Volume 2: Finds from the excavations 1999-2003. Oxford, Archaeopress: pp.227-234. (University of Southampton Series in Archaeology 6; and British Archaeological Reports International Series No. 2286).

2011           Van der Veen, M. 2011. Consumption, Trade and Innovation. Exploring the Botanical Remains from the Roman and Islamic Ports at Quseir al-Qadim, Egypt. Frankfurt, Africa Magna Verlag. ISBN 978-3-937248-23-3

2011           Van der Veen, M. 2011. Book review of Connected Hinterlands: Proceedings of Red Sea Project IV. Held at the University of Southampton, September 2008. (Society for Arabian Studies Monographs No 8; British Archaeological Reports International Series 2052). Edited by Lucy Blue, John Cooper, Ross Thomas & Julian Whitewright. Oxford: Archaeopress, 2009. Medieval Archaeology 55, p. 397.

2011           Gale, R. and Van der Veen, M. 2011. Wood identifications of the maritime artefacts and timbers (Chapter 17). In Peacock, D. and Blue, L. (eds.) Myos Hormos - Quseir al-Qadim, Roman and Islamic Ports on the Red Sea. Volume 2: Finds from the excavations 1999-2003. Oxford, Archaeopress: pp. 221-226. (University of Southampton Series in Archaeology 6; and British Archaeological Reports International Series No. 2286).

2010           Van der Veen, M. 2010. Plant remains from Zinkekra - early evidence for oasis agriculture. In D. J. Mattingly (ed.) The Archaeology of Fazzan. Vol. 3: Excavations of C. M. Daniels. London: Society for Libyan Studies, Department of Antiquities, pp. 489-519.

2010           Van der Veen, M. 2010. Agricultural innovation: invention and adoption or change and adaptation? World Archaeology 42(1): 1-12. https://doi.org/10.1080/00438240903429649

2010           Van der Veen, M. (editor) 2010. Agricultural Innovation. World Archaeology 42(1). https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rwar20/42/1?nav=tocList

2010           Gouldwell, T. and Van der Veen, M. 2010. Plant remains from the vicus at South Shields Roman Fort. In Snape, M., Bidwell, P. and Stobbs, G. Excavations at the military vicus south-west of the Roman fort at South Shields in 1973, 1988 and 2002. The Arbeia Journal 9: 43-132 (119-125).

2010           Carruthers, W., with contributions by Van der Veen, M., Hall, A., Dyer, C., Southey, J., Perry, R. and Wrathmell, S. 2010. The environmental evidence. In C. Harding, E. Marlow-Mann and S. Wrathmell: Wharram, A Study of Settlement on the Yorkshire Wolds, XII. The Post-Medieval Farm and Vicarage Sites. York, University of York and English Heritage, 287-313.

2009           Van der Veen, M., Morales, J. and Cox, A. 2009. Food and culture: the plant foods from Roman and Islamic Quseir, Egypt. In: Fairbairn, A. S. and Weiss, E. (eds.) From Foragers to Farmers: Papers in Honour of Gordon C. Hillman. Oxford: Oxbow, pp. 267-276.

2009           Van der Veen, M. 2009. The carbonized plant remains. In T. Gates: Excavation of a late-second/early-first millennium BC unenclosed roundhouse at Halls Hill, near East Woodburn, Northumberland. Archaeologia Aeliana, fifth series, 38: 66-73 (43-85).

2009           Van der Veen, M. 2009. The botanical evidence. In A. Rushworth: Housesteads Roman Fort – the Grandest Station: Excavations and Survey at Housesteads, 1954-95, by Charles Daniels, John Gillam, James Crow and Others. London, English Heritage, pp. 576-578.

2009           Van der Veen, M. 2009. From countryside to urban centre: new botanical evidence for the development of Pompeii. Journal of Roman Archaeology 22: 591-592. (book review)

2009           Van der Veen, M. 2009. Environmental evidence. In R Miket, B. Edwards and C. O'Brien: Thirlings, a Neolithic Site in Northumberland. Archaeological Journal 165: 93-95 (1-106).

2008           Van der Veen, M., Livarda, A. and Hill, A. 2008. New food plants in Roman Britain – dispersal and social access. Environmental Archaeology 13 (1): 11-36. https://doi.org/10.1179/174963108X279193

2008           Van der Veen, M. 2008. Food as embodied material culture – diversity and change in plant food consumption in Roman Britain. Journal of Roman Archaeology 21: 83-109. https://doi.org/10.1017/S1047759400004396

2008           Livarda, A. and Van der Veen, M. 2008. Social access and dispersal of condiments in North-West Europe from the Roman to the medieval period. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 17 (suppl. 1): 201-209. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00334-008-0168-4

2008           Cox, A. and Van der Veen, M. 2008. Changing foodways: watermelon (Citrullus lanatus) consumption in Roman and Islamic Quseir al-Qadim, Egypt. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 17 (suppl. 1): 181-189. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00334-008-0164-8

2008           Barker, G., Basell, L., Brooks, I., Burn, L., Cartwright, C., Cole, F., Davison, J., Farr, L., Grün, R., Hamilton, R., Hunt, C., Inglis, R., Jacobs, Z., Leitch, V., Morales, J., Morley, I., Morley, M., Pawley, S., Pryor, A., Rabett, R., Reynolds, T., el-Rishi, H., Roberts, R., Simpson, D., Stimpson, C., Touati, M., Van der Veen, M. 2008. The Cyrenaican Prehistory Project 2008: the second season of investigations of the Haua Fteah cave and its landscape, and further results from the initial (2007) fieldwork. Libyan Studies 39: 175-221.

2007           Van der Veen, M., Livarda, A. and Hill, A. 2007. The archaeobotany of Roman Britain – current state and identification of research priorities. Britannia 38: 181-210. https://doi.org/10.3815/000000007784016557

2007           Van der Veen, M. and Tabinor, H. 2007. Food, fodder and fuel at Mons Porphyrites: the botanical evidence. In V. A. Maxfield and D. P. S. Peacock (eds.) Survey and Excavation at Mons Porphyrites 1994-1998. Volume 2: The Excavations. London, Egypt Exploration Society, pp. 83-142. September 2007; ISBN 978-0-85698-180-7

2007           Van der Veen, M. and Jones, G. 2007. The production and consumption of cereals: a question of scale. In C. Haselgrove and T. Moore (eds.) The Later Iron Age in Britain and Beyond. Oxford, Oxbow, pp. 419-429. April 2007; ISBN 9781842172520

2007           Van der Veen, M. 2007. New evidence for the Roman spice trade and for diet in Egypt’s Eastern Desert. Journal of Roman Archaeology 20: 631-634. (book review)

2007           Van der Veen, M. 2007. Luxury food as an instrument of social change: feasting in Iron Age and early Roman Britain. In K. Twiss (ed.) The Archaeology of Food and Identity. Carbondale, Southern Illinois University, Center for Archaeological Investigations Occasional Paper No. 34, pp. 112-129. February 2007. ISBN 9780881040916

2007           Van der Veen, M. 2007. Formation processes of desiccated and carbonised plant remains - the identification of routine practice. Journal of Archaeological Science 34: 968-990. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jas.2006.09.007

 2006          Van der Veen, M. and Jones, G. 2006. A re-analysis of agricultural production and consumption: implications for understanding of the British Iron Age. Vegetation History & Archaeobotany 15(3): 217-228. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00334-006-0040-3

2006           Van der Veen, M. 2006. Food and farming in the Libyan Sahara. In D. Mattingly, S. McLaren, E. Savage, Y. Fasatwi, K. Gadgood (eds.) The Libyan Desert: Natural Resources and Cultural Heritage. London, Society for Libyan Studies, Monograph 6, pp. 171-178.

2005           Van der Veen, M. 2005. Gardens and fields: the intensity and scale of food production. World Archaeology 37(2): 157-163. https://doi.org/10.1080/004382405000130731

2005           Van der Veen, M. (editor) 2005. Garden Agriculture. World Archaeology 37(2). https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rwar20/37/2?nav=tocList

2004           Wasylikowa, K. and Van der Veen, M. 2004. An archaeobotanical contribution to the history of watermelon Citrullus lanatus (Thunb.) Mats. & Nakai (syn. C. vulgaris Schrad.). Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 13(4) 2004: 213-217. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00334-004-0039-6

2004           Van der Veen, M. 2004. The merchants’ diet: food remains from Roman and medieval Quseir al-Qadim, Egypt. In P. Lunde and A. Porter (eds.) Trade and Travel in the Red Sea Region. Proceedings of the Red Sea Project I.  Society for Arabian Studies Monograph 2. Oxford, British Archaeological Reports, International Series 1269: pp. 123-130.

2003           Van der Veen, M. 2003. When is food a luxury? World Archaeology 34(3): 405-427. https://doi.org/10.1080/0043824021000026422

2003           Van der Veen, M. 2003. Trade and diet at Roman and medieval Quseir al-Qadim, Egypt: a preliminary report. In K. Neumann, A. Butler and S. Kahlheber (eds.) Food, Fuel and Fields. Progress in African Archaeobotany. Cologne, Heinrich Barth Institut, pp. 207-212.

2003           Van der Veen, M. 2003. The archaeology of diet. The Leverhulme Trust News, http://www.leverhulme.org.uk/news.shtml

2003           Van der Veen, M. 2003. Plant foods. In D. Peacock, L. Blue, N. Bradford and S. Moser (eds.) Myos Hormos – Quseir al-Qadim: A Roman and Islamic Port Site, Southampton, University of Southampton, pp. 49-50.

2003           Van der Veen, M. 2003. Il ricco pasto dei cavatori. Archeo 19(2): 12-13.

2003           Van der Veen, M. 2003. A ‘life of luxury’ in the Egyptian desert? Archaeobotany and feeding Roman quarry workers. Minerva 14 (1): 5-6.

2003           Van der Veen, M. (editor) 2003. Luxury Foods. World Archaeology 34(3). https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rwar20/34/3

2002           Wasylikowa, K. and Van der Veen, M. 2002. Radiocarbon dates from Uan Muhuggiag, Libya. In C. Bronk Ramsey, T. F. G. Higham, D. C. Owen, A. W. G. Pike and R. E. M. Hedges, Radiocarbon dates from the Oxford AMS system: Archaeometry Datelist 31, Archaeometry 44(3) Supplement 1: 132-133.

2002           Van der Veen, M. 2002. Radiocarbon dates from Mons Porphyrites, Egypt. In C. Bronk Ramsey, T. F. G. Higham, D. C. Owen, A. W. G. Pike and R. E. M. Hedges, Radiocarbon dates from the Oxford AMS system: Archaeometry Datelist 31, Archaeometry 44(3) Supplement 1: 85.

2002           Palmer, C. and Van der Veen, M. 2002. Archaeobotany and the social context of food. Acta Palaeobotanica 42(2): 195-202. http://bomax.botany.pl/cgi-bin/pubs/data/article_pdf?id=530

2001           Van Zeist, W., Bottema, S. and Van der Veen, M. 2001. Diet and Vegetation at Ancient Carthage: The Archaeobotanical Evidence. Groningen, Groningen Institute of Archaeology (104 pp). https://lra.le.ac.uk/handle/2381/4661

2001           Van der Veen, M. 2001. The plant remains: Diet and fuel in Roman Myos Hormos. In D. Peacock, L. Blue, N. Bradford and S. Moser (eds.) Myos Hormos – Quseir al-Qadim: A Roman and Islamic Port Site. Southampton, University of Southampton, pp. 59-61.

2001           Van der Veen, M. 2000. The Botanical Evidence. (Chapter 8) In V. A. Maxfield and D. P. S. Peacock (eds.) Survey and Excavations at Mons Claudianus 1987-1993. Volume 2: The Excavations: Part 1. Cairo, Institut Français d’Archéologie Orientale du Caire: Documents de Fouilles 43, pp. 174-247. ISBN 2724702913

2001           Hodgson, N., Stobbs, G. C. and Van der Veen, M. 2001. An Iron-Age settlement and remains of earlier date between South Shields Roman Fort, Tyne and Wear. The Archaeological Journal 158: 62-160. (published 2002 for 2001). https://doi.org/10.1080/00665983.2001.11079009

2000           Van der Veen, M. 2000. The plant remains: Roman imports from India. In D. Peacock, L. Blue, N. Bradford and S. Moser (eds.) Myos Hormos – Quseir al-Qadim: A Roman and Islamic Port Site. Southampton, University of Southampton, pp. 59-60.

2000           Van der Veen, M. 2000. Seeds from the desert. NERC News, Winter 2000: 20-21.

2000           Van der Veen, M. 2000. Book review of: Probleme der Küstenforschung im Südlichen Nordseegebiet. Band 25, 1999. Oldenburg, Verlag Isensee. The Archaeological Journal 157, p. 471.

1999           Van der Veen, M. 1999. The plant remains: food supply, diet and trade. In D. Peacock, L. Blue, N. Bradford and S. Moser (eds.) Myos Hormos - Quseir al-Qadim: A Roman and Islamic Port Site on the Red Sea Coast of Egypt. Southampton, pp. 40-43.

1999           Van der Veen, M. 1999. The Plant Remains. In R. L. Fitts, C. C. Haselgrove, P. C. Lowther and S. H. Willis, Melsonby revisited: survey and excavation 1992-95 at the site of discovery of the “Styanwick”, North Yorkshire, hoard of 1843. Durham Archaeological Journal 14-15: 1-52 (28-32).

1999           Van der Veen, M. 1999. The food and fodder supply to Roman quarry settlements in the Eastern Desert of Egypt. In M. van der Veen, M. (ed.) The Exploitation of Plant Resources in Ancient Africa. New York, Kluwer Academic/Plenum Press, pp. 171-183.

1999           Van der Veen, M. 1999. The economic value of chaff and straw in arid and temperate zones. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany. 8: 211-224. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02342721

1999           Van der Veen, M. 1999. Introduction. In M. van der Veen, M (ed.)The Exploitation of Plant Resources in Ancient Africa. New York, Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, pp. 1-10.

1999           Van der Veen, M. 1999. High living in Rome’s distant quarries. Bulletin, University of Leicester Newsletter. December 1999, p. 15.

1999           Van der Veen, M. (ed.) 1999. The Exploitation of Plant Resources in Ancient Africa. New York, Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers. ISBN 0306461099. https://www.springer.com/gb/book/9780306461095

1998           Van der Veen, M. and O’Connor, T. 1998. The expansion of agricultural production in later Iron Age and Roman Britain. In J. Bayley (ed.) Science in Archaeology: an Agenda for the Future. London, English Heritage, pp.127-143. ISBN 1850746931

1998           Van der Veen, M. and Hamilton-Dyer, S. 1998. A life of luxury in the desert? The food and fodder supply to Mons Claudianus. Journal of Roman Archaeology 11: 101-116. https://doi.org/10.1017/S1047759400017219

1998           Van der Veen, M. 1998. Gardens in the Desert. In O.E. Kaper (ed.) Life on the Fringe: Living in the Southern Egyptian Deserts during the Roman and early-Byzantine Periods. Leiden, CNWS, pp. 221-242. https://openaccess.leidenuniv.nl/handle/1887/20155

1997           Van der Veen, M. and Palmer, C. 1997. Environmental factors and the yield potential of ancient wheat crops. Journal of Archaeological Science 24(2): 163-182. https://doi.org/10.1006/jasc.1996.0101

1997           Van der Veen, M. 1997. High living in Rome’s distant quarries. British Archaeology 28 (Oct.1997): 6-7.

1997           Panagiotakopulu, E. and Van der Veen, M. S .1997. Synanthropic insect faunas from Mons Claudianus, a Roman quarry site in the Eastern Desert, Egypt. In A. Ashworth, P. C. Buckland and J. D. Saddler (eds.) An Uncommon Fondness for Beetles. Quaternary Proceedings 5, Chichester, John Wiley, pp. 1-7.

1996           Van der Veen, M., Grant, A. and Barker, G. 1996. Romano-Libyan agriculture: crops and animals. Chapter 8 in G. Barker, D. Gilbertson, B. Jones and D. Mattingly (eds.) Farming the Desert: The UNESCO Libyan Valleys Archaeological Survey. Vol. 1: Synthesis. Paris, UNESCO, pp. 227-263 (bibliography 365-391). ISBN 9231032143/0950836389

1996           Van der Veen, M., Blackham, A. M. and Gilbertson, D. G. 1996. Palaeo-ecological studies. In R. P. J. Jackson and T. W. Potter, Excavations at Stonea, Cambridgeshire 1980-85. London, British Museum Press, pp. 38-42.

1996           Van der Veen, M. 1996. The plant remains from Mons Claudianus, a Roman quarry settlement in the Eastern Desert of Egypt - an interim report. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 5: 137-141.

1996           Van der Veen, M. 1996. The plant macrofossils from Dragonby. In J. May (ed.) Dragonby. Report on the Excavations at an Iron Age and Romano-British Settlement in North Lincolnshire. Oxford, Oxbow Monograph 61, pp.197-211.

1996           Van der Veen, M. 1996. Plant Remains. In R. P. J. Jackson and T. W. Potter, Excavations at Stonea, Cambridgeshire 1980-85. London, British Museum Press, pp. 613-639.

1995           Van der Veen, M. and Holbrook, N. 1995. Radiocarbon dates from the settlement at Chester House, Northumberland. Archaeologia Aeliana 23 (fifth series): 314-317.

1995           Van der Veen, M. 1995. The identification of maslin crops. In H. Kroll and R. Pasternak (eds.) Res Archaeobotanicae, Kiel, pp. 335-343.

1995           Van der Veen, M. 1995. Ancient agriculture in Libya: a review of the evidence. Acta Palaeobotanica 35(1): 85-98. https://botany.pl/ibwyd/acta_paleo/act-p35.htm

1994           Van der Veen, M. 1994. The plant remains. In R. L. Fitts, C. C. Haselgrove and P. C. Lowther, An Iron Age farmstead at Rock Castle, Gilling West, North Yorkshire. Durham Archaeological Journal 10: 31-39.

1994           Van der Veen, M. 1994. The biological remains. In P. Bidwell and S. Speak, Excavations at South Shields Roman Fort, vol. 1. Newcastle upon Tyne, pp. 243-266.

1994           Van der Veen, M.  1994. South Shields, Co. Tyne and Wear. Datelist 18. Archaeometry 37: 356.

1993           Van der Veen, M., Hall, A.J. and May, J. 1993. Woad and the Britains painted blue. Oxford Journal of Archaeology 12(3): 367-371. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/pdf/10.1111/j.1468-0092.1993.tb00340.x

1993           Van der Veen, M. and Haselgrove, C. C. 1993. Stanwick, North Yorkshire. Datelist 16. Archaeometry 35(1): 154.

1993           Van der Veen, M. 1993. Grain impressions in early Anglo-Saxon pottery from Mucking. In H. Hamerow, Excavations at Mucking. Volume 2: The Anglo-Saxon Settlement. English Heritage Archaeological Report 21, London, English Heritage, pp. 80-81.

1993           Van der Veen, M. 1993. Evidence for Bronze Age woodland in Durham. In P. Lowther, L. Ebbatson, M. Ellison and M. Millett, The City of Durham: an archaeological survey. Durham Archaeological Journal 9: 73-76 (17-119).

1993           Gale, S. J., Gilbertson, D. D., Hoare, P. G., Hunt C. O., Jenkinson, R. D. S., Lamble, A. P., Toole, C. O., Van der Veen, M. and Yates, G. 1993. Late Holocene environmental change in the Libyan pre-desert. Journal of Arid Environments. 24: 1-19.

1992           Van der Veen, M. and Daniels, C. M. 1992.  Zinchecra, Fezzan. Datelist 15. Archaeometry 34(2): 349-350.

1992           Van der Veen, M. 1992. Garamantian agriculture: the plant remains from Zinchecra, Fezzan. Libyan Studies 23: 7-39. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0263718900001722

1992           Van der Veen, M. 1992. Crop Husbandry Regimes. An archaeobotanical study of farming in northern England: 1000 BC - AD 500. Sheffield, Sheffield Archaeological Monographs 3. ISBN 0906090415

1992           Van der Veen, M. 1992. Botanical evidence for Garamantian agriculture in Fezzan, southern Libya. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 73: 315-327. https://doi.org/10.1016/0034-6667(92)90066-P

1992           Pals, J. P., Buurman, J. and Van der Veen, M. 1992. (eds.) Festschrift for Prof. Van Zeist. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 73 (no. 1-4). https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/review-of-palaeobotany-and-palynology/vol/73/issue/1-4

1991           Van der Veen, M. and Lanting, J. N. 1991. A group of tumuli on the 'Hooghalen' estate near Hijken (municipality of Beilen, province of Drenthe, the Netherlands). Palaeohistoria 31 (for 1989): 191-234. https://rjh.ub.rug.nl/Palaeohistoria/issue/view/3309

1991           Van der Veen, M. 1991. The plant remains. In D. Welsby and C. M. Daniels, Soba: Archaeological Research at a Medieval Capital on the Blue Nile. London, Memoir 12, British Institute in Eastern Africa, pp. 264-273.

1991           Van der Veen, M. 1991. Native communities in the frontier zone - uniformity or diversity? In V. A. Maxfield and M. J. Dobson (eds.) Roman Frontier Studies 1989, Exeter, University of Exeter Press, pp. 446-450.

1991           Van der Veen, M. 1991. Consumption or production? Agriculture in the Cambridgeshire Fens. In J. Renfrew (ed.) New Light on Early Farming. Recent Developments in Palaeoethnobotany. Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press, pp. 349-361.

1990           Van der Veen, M. 1990. Agriculture in North East England. Archaeometry Datelist 11, Archaeometry 32(2): 224-225.

1989           Van der Veen, M. 1989. National wheat-growing experiment: interim report 1987/1988. Circaea 6: 71-76.

1989           Van der Veen, M. 1989. Charred grain assemblages from Roman-period corn driers in Britain. The Archaeological Journal 146: 302-319. https://doi.org/10.1080/00665983.1989.11021292

1989           Van der Veen, M. 1989. Biological Remains. In C. Smith, Excavations at Dod Law West Hillfort, Northumberland. Northern Archaeology 9: 33-38 (1-46).

1989           Van der Veen, M. 1989. A Wheat Experiment in Britain. Archaeobotanik. Dissertationes Botanicae 133: 51-56.

1988           Van der Veen, M. The plant remains. In B. E. Vyner, The hill-fort at Eston Nab, Eston, Cleveland. The Archaeological Journal 145: 87-88 (60-98).

1988           Van der Veen, M. 1988. Romans, natives and cereal consumption - food for thought. In R. F. J. Jones, J. H. F. Bloemers, S. L. Dyson and M. Biddle (eds) First Millennium Papers. Western Europe in the First Millennium AD. British Archaeological Reports, International Series 401, pp. 99-107.

1988           Van der Veen, M. 1988. Carbonised grain from a Roman granary at South Shields, North East England. In H. Küster (ed.) Der prähistorische Mensch und seine Umwelt. Forschungen und Berichte zur Vor- und Frügeschichte in Baden-Württemberg 31, Stuttgart, pp. 353-365.

1987           Van der Veen, M. 1987. The plant remains. In T. Clare, P.M. Day, D. Gurney et al. Excavation of a Bronze Age funerary cairn at Manor Farm, near Borwick, North Lancashire. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 53, 129-186 (plant report on microfiche 33).

1987           Van der Veen, M. 1987. The plant remains. In D. H. Heslop, The Excavation of an Iron Age Settlement at Thorpe Thewles, Cleveland, 1980-1982. CBA Research Report 65, London, pp. 93-99 and M5:E1-14. http://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/archives/view/cba_rr/rr65.cfm

1987           Van der Veen, M. 1987. Plant remains. In I. and G. Jobey, Prehistoric, Romano-British and later remains on Murton High Crags, Northumberland. Archaeologia Aeliana 15(fifth series): 192-196.

1987           The plant remains, in Olivier, A.C.H. Excavations of a Bronze Age Funerary Cairn at Manor Farm near Borwick, North Lancashire. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 53, 129-186. (report in Fiche p. 33.

1986           Van der Veen, M. and Dore, J. N. 1986. ULVS XV: Radio-carbon dates from the Libyan Valleys Survey. Libyan Studies 17: 65-68.

1985           Van der Veen, M. 1985. The UNESCO Libyan Valleys Survey X: Botanical evidence for ancient farming in the pre-desert. Libyan Studies 16: 15-28. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0263718900007263

1985           Van der Veen, M. 1985. The plant remains from Lindesfarne midden. In P. Beavitt, D. O'Sullivan and R. Young (eds.) Recent Fielwork on Lindesfarne. Leicester, Univ. Of Leicester, Dept. of Archaeology, Occasional Paper No. 1, pp. 26-29.

1985           Van der Veen, M. 1985. Plant Remains. In R. Miket, Ritual enclosures at Whitton Hill, Northumberland. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 51: 143 + 146-147 (137-148).

1985           Van der Veen, M. 1985. Evidence for crop plants from North-East England: an interim overview with discussion of new results. In N. R. J. Fieller, D. D. Gilbertson & N. G. A. Ralph (eds.) Palaeobiological Investigations. British Archaeological Reports, International Series 266, pp. 197-225.

1985           Van der Veen, M. 1985. Carbonized plant remains. In G. J. Barclay, Excavations at Upper Suisgill, Sutherland. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 115: 188-191.

1985           Van der Veen, M. 1985. Carbonised seeds, sample size and on-site sampling. In N. R. J. Fieller, D. D. Gilbertson & N. G. A. Ralph (eds.) Palaeoenvironmental Investigations. British Archaeological Reports, International Series 258, pp. 166-178.

1985           Van der Veen, M. 1985. An early Medieval hilltop settlement in Molise: The plant remains from D85. Papers of the British School at Rome 53: 211-224. https://www.jstor.org/stable/40310819?seq=1#page_scan_tab_contents

1984           Van der Veen, M. 1984. Sampling for seeds. In W. van Zeist and W. A. Casparie (eds) Plants and Ancient Man. Studies in Palaeoethnobotany. Rotterdam, Balkema, pp. 193-199.

1984           Van der Veen, M. 1984. Botanical Remains (Appendix 15). In O. Brogan and D. J. Smith, Ghirza, A Libyan Settlement in the Roman Period. Tripoli, Dept. of Antiquities, pp. 308-311.

1983           Van der Veen, M. and Haselgrove, C. C.1983. Evidence for pre-Roman crops from Coxhoe, Co. Durham. Archaeologia Aeliana 11(fifth series): 23-25.

1983           Van der Veen, M. 1983. Seeds and seed-machines. Circaea 1: 61-62.

1982           Van der Veen, M. and Fieller, N. 1982. Sampling Seeds. Journal of Archaeological Science 9: 287-298. https://doi.org/10.1016/0305-4403(82)90024-3

1981           Van der Veen, M. 1981. The Ghirza plant remains: Romano-Libyan agriculture in the Tripolitanian pre-desert. In G. W. Barker and G. D. B. Jones, The UNESCO Libyan Valleys Survey 1980. Libyan Studies 12: 45-48. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0263718900008311

 

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