New Books (2013)

Some of the books published in 2013 by members of the School of Archaeology and Ancient History

Stewart Peloponesian landscapesD. Stewart (2013) Reading the Landscapes of the Rural Peloponnese: Landscape Change and Regional Variation in an Early 'Provincial' Setting: BAR International Series 2504. Oxford: Archaeopress.


mattingly Fazzan 4



Mattingly, D.J. (ed.) The Archaeology of Fazzan, 4. Survey and Excavations at Old Jarma (Ancient Garama) carried out by C.M. Daniels (1962-1969) and the Fazzan Project (1997-2001), London, 2013.

mattingly african frontiers



Mattingly, D.J. Rushworth, A. Sterry, M. and Leitch, V. 2013. The African Frontiers. Frontiers of the Roman Empire series, general editor, David Breeze. Pp 96 (includes French and German translation). Also published in 56 p Arabic version.

FriarsIn the Company of the Preachers.The Archaeology of Medieval Friaries in England and Wales. By Deirdre O'Sullivan. Leicester Archaeology Monograph 23.



Foundaton mythsFoundation Myths and Politics in Ancient Ionia. By Naoise Mac Sweeney. Cambridge University Press.




Chad memoryMemory, Myth and Long-term Landscape Inhabitation (eds.) Adrian M. Chadwick (University of Leicester) and Catriona D. Gibson (University of Wales). Oxbow Books.




wallingfordTransforming Townscapes. From Burh to Borough: The Archaeology of Wallingford, AD 800–1400. By Neil Christie and Oliver Creighton, with Matt Edgeworth and Helena Hamerow, and other contributors. Society for Medieval Archaeology Monograph 35, Major monograph on the AHRC-funded Wallingford project: 2008-10.


People and Spaces


People and Spaces in Roman Military Bases. By  Penelope Allison. Cambridge University Press.




Studying for GenderStudying Gender in Classical Antiquity. By Lin Foxhall.Cambridge University Press.





brothertownBecoming Brothertown: Native American Ethnogenesis and Endurance in the Modern World. By Craig Cipolla. University of Arizona Press.




HarrisThe Body in History: Europe from the Palaeolithic to the future. J. Robb and O.J.T. Harris, Cambridge University Press



Tarlow Death and Burial

The Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology of Death and Burial. Sarah Tarlow and Liv Nilsson Stutz (eds) . Oxford University Press

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