Publications

Books

Brysbaert A. (ed.) 2011-in press. Tracing Prehistoric Social Networks through Technology: A Diachronic Perspective on the Aegean. London: Routledge. (publication date: Oct. 30, 2011).

Brysbaert A. 2008. The Power of Technology in the Bronze Age Eastern Mediterranean: The Case of the Painted Plaster. Monographs in Mediterranean Archaeology 12. London: Equinox.

Brysbaert A., N. De Bruijn, E. Gibson, A. Michael and M. Monaghan (eds) Symposium on Mediterranean Archaeology (SOMA) 2002. Proceedings of the 6th Annual Meeting of Postgraduate Researchers. Held at the University of Glasgow, Department of Archaeology, 15-17 February, 2002, Oxford: Archaeopress.
Chapters in books

Brysbaert, A. (2012.-in press). People and their things: integrating archaeological theory into Prehistoric Museum Displays. In S. Dudley, A.J. Barnes, J. Binnie, J. Petrov and J. Walklate (eds) Narrating Objects, Collecting Stories. Essays  in Honour of Professor Suzan M. Pearce. London: Routledge.

Brysbaert, A. 2011a-in press. Introduction: Tracing Social Networks through Studying Technologies. In: A. Brysbaert (ed.) 2011. Tracing Prehistoric Social Networks through Technology: A Diachronic Perspective on the Aegean. London: Routledge. (publication date: Oct. 30, 2011).

Brysbaert, A. 2011b-in press. Technologies of Re-using and Recycling in the Aegean and Beyond. In: A. Brysbaert (ed.) 2011. Tracing Prehistoric Social Networks through Technology: A Diachronic Perspective on the Aegean. London: Routledge. (publication date: Oct. 30, 2011).

Brysbaert A. 2011. The Painted Plaster from Qaṭna: a Technological Study. In: C. von Rüden with A. Brysbaert and I. Weisser. Die Wandmalereien aus Tall Mišrife/Qaṭna im Kontext überregionaler Kommunikation. Qatna Studien, 2. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 249-269, 329-335.

Brysbaert A. 2007. A Technological Approach to the Painted Plaster Of Tell el-Dab’a, Egypt: Microscopy and Scientific Analysis. In: M. Bietak, N. Marinatos and C. Palivou (eds) Taureador Scenes in Tell el-Dab’a (Avaris) and Knossos, Vienna: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, 151-162.

Brysbaert A. 2007. Cross-Craft and Cross-Cultural Interactions during the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean Late Bronze Age. In: Antoniadou S. and A. Pace (eds) Mediterranean Crossroads. Athens: Pierides Museum, 325-359.

Brysbaert A. 2000. Conservation of Copper Alloy Objects from Tell Beydar. In: Van Lerberghe K. and G. Voet (eds) Tell Beydar: Environmental and Technical Studies, (Subartu VI), Turnhout: Brepols, 125-134.

Brysbaert A. 1996. Restauratie en Conservatie van een Tiental Keramiek-Voorwerpen in het Vander Kelen- Mertens Museum, Leuven. In: V. Vandekerckhove (ed.) Van Bodemarchief tot Museumcollectie. De Archeologische Afdeling van het Stedelijke Museum Vander Kelen-Mertens, Leuven: 85-93.

Refereed articles and conference papers

Brysbaert A. (2012-in press) Technologies and Representations within Bronze Age Aegean Architecture In J. Bennet and M. Peters (eds) Technologies of Represenation. Sheffield Studies in Aegean Archaeology. Oxford: Oxbow books.

Brysbaert, A. and M. Vetters 2010. Practicing identity: a crafty ideal? Mediterranean Archaeology and Archaeometry 10-2: 25-43.

Brysbaert A. (in press) Gender display of Greek Prehistoric Archaeological Collections through the Concepts of Chaîne opératoire and Cross-Craft Interaction. In M. Skaltsa (ed.) Women in Museums. Reality and Representation. Museums ’08, International Symposium, Thessaloniki, 11-13 April 2008 (submitted April 2009).

Brysbaert A. 2008. The Bronze Age Painted Plaster from Thebes: a Technological Study. Journal of Archaeological Science 35-10, 2761-69.

Brysbaert A. and V. Perdikatsis 2008. Bronze Age Painted Plaster from the Greek Mainland: a Comparative Study of its Technology by Means of XRD Analysis and Optical Microscopy Techniques. In: Y. Facorellis, N. Zacharias, K. Polikreti, T. Vakoulis, Y. Bassiakos, V. Kiriatzi, E. Aloupi (eds) Archaeometry Studies in the Aegean: Reviews and Recent Developments. Proceedings of the 4th HSA Symposium on Archaeometry, (British Archaeological Reports, International Series 1746), Oxford: Archaeopress: 421-429.

Brysbaert A. 2007. Murex and Marine Shell Use for Lime Production and in Plaster Surfaces in the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean Bronze Age. In: Mediterranean Archaeology and Archaeometry 7-2: 29-51.

Brysbaert, A. 2006. Lapis Lazuli in an enigmatic ‘purple’ pigment from a thirteenth-century BC Greek wall painting. Studies in Conservation 51-4: 252-266.

Brysbaert A., Melessanaki K. and Anglos D. 2006. Pigment analysis in Bronze Age Aegean and eastern Mediterranean painted plaster by laser induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS). Journal of Archaeological Science 33-8: 1095-1104.

Brysbaert A. and P. Vandenabeele 2004. Bronze Age Painted Plaster in Mycenaean Greece: A Pilot Study on the Testing and Application of Micro-Raman Spectroscopy. Journal of Raman Spectroscopy 35, 8/9, 686-693.

Brysbaert A. 2004. Take It or Leave It? Implications and Results of Destructive Versus non-Destructive Analysis of Bronze Age Painted Plaster in the Eastern Aegean. In: Cleland L. Stears K. with G. Davies (eds) Colours in the Ancient Mediterranean World. Conference held at the University of Edinburgh: 10-13 Sept. 2001, (British Archaeological Reports, International Series 1267), Oxford: Archaeopress, 9-15.

Brysbaert A. 2003. Does DIY Work? Experimentation and the Archaeology of Technology in an Aegean Bronze Age Context. In: A. Brysbaert, N. De Bruijn, E. Gibson, A. Michael and M. Monaghan (eds) Symposium on Mediterranean Archaeology (SOMA) 2002. Proceedings of the 6th Annual Meeting of Postgraduate Researchers. Held at the University of Glasgow, Department of Archaeology, 15-17 February, 2002, Oxford: Archaeopress, 7-16.

Brysbaert A. 2002. Common Craftmanship in the Aegean and East Mediterranean Bronze Age: Preliminary Technological Evidence with Emphasis on the Painted Plaster from Tell el-Dab’a, Egypt. Egypt and the Levant 12, 95-107.

Brysbaert A. 2000. Bronze Age Plaster Finds from Palaikastro-Crete: Options and Limitations of a Field Laboratory. Papers of the Institute of Archaeology 11: 47-60.

Brysbaert A. 2000. Where Old and New Meet on Crete: Conservation at INSTAP-SCEC: a Case Study. In: ANISTORITON, http://www.anistor.co.hol.gr/english/enback/p001.htm. (in situ section).

Brysbaert A. 1998. The Shinewater Park Sickle from de Late Bronze Age: the Treatment of a Unique Waterlogged Composite, in Journal of Conservation & Museum Studies vol. 4. http://www.ucl.ac.uk/archaeology/conservation/jcms/issue4/brysb.html

Non-refereed conference papers

Brysbaert A. 2003. Rotating Angles in Measuring the Aegean Bronze Age. The Technology of Bronze Age Painted Plaster from the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean. In: K. Foster and R. Laffineur (eds). METRON. Measuring the Aegean Bronze Age. Proceedings of the 9th International Aegean Conference.
New Haven, Yale University, 18-21 April, 2002, Liège-Austin: Université de Liège, 167-178.

Brysbaert A. 1999. Conservation Problems and Decisions Involved in the Treatment of a Waterlogged "Sickle" from Shinewater Park-Eastbourne ( U.K.). In: C. Bonnot-Diconne et al. (eds.), Proceedings of the 7th ICOM-CC Working Group on Wet Organic Archaeological Materials Conference, Grenoble/France 1998: 173-178.

Book reviews

H.G.M. Edwards and J.M. Chalmers 2005 (eds) Raman Spectroscopy in Archaeology and Art History, Cambridge: The Royal Society of Chemistry ¦ Pp xxi + 476 ¦ ISBN 0-85404-522-8, Chemistry World September, 2005, 74-75. (by A. Brysbaert).

Dissertations

Brysbaert A. 2004. Technology and Social Agency in Bronze Age Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean Painted Plaster (Unpublished PhD thesis, University of Glasgow, Dept. of Archaeology)

Brysbaert A. 1996. A Labyrinth of Problems in the Conservation of Cretan Sites: is there a Leading Thread? (Unpublished BSc. Thesis, Dept. of Conservation, University College London, U.K.).

Brysbaert A. 1992. De Zielehuisjes in het Oude Egypte, 2 vols, (Unpublished MA thesis, Dept. of Archaeology, Catholic University Leuven, Belgium)

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