New Developments in Archaeological Science

Volume published 1992

A M Pollard, pages viii

M J Aitken, pages 1-2

Dendrochronology and Past Environmental Change
M G L Baillie, pages 5-23

Landscape Reconstructions in South Sweden for the Past 6000 Years
B E Berglund, pages 25-37

Soil Micromorphology in Archaeology
M-A Courty, pages 39-59

Lead Isotope Studies in the Aegean (The British Academy Project)
N H Gale & Z A Stos-Gale, pages 63-108

New Views of Early Mining and Extractive Metallurgy [summary]
P T Craddock, pages 109-110

The Impact of Electron Microscopy on Ceramic Studies
M S Tite, pages 111-131

Geochemistry, Sources and Transport of the Stonehenge Bluestones
O Williams-Thorpe & R S Thorpe, pages 133-161

Counting Broken Objects: The Statistics of Ceramic Assemblages
C R Orton & P A Tyers, pages 163-184

The Survival of Food Residues: New Methods of Analysis, Interpretation and Application
R P Evershed, C Heron, S Charters & L J Goad, pages 187-208

Food Remains, Food Webs and Ecosystems
M K Jones, pages 209-219

Remote Sensing in Archaeological Research
I Shennan & D N M Donoghue, pages 223-232

New Developments in Geophysical Prospection
A Aspinall, pages 233-244

Light Stable Isotopes and the Reconstruction of Prehistoric Diets
N J van der Merwe, pages 247-264

Carbon and Nitrogen Isotopes and the Amino Acid Biogeochemistry of Fossil Bone and Teeth [summary]
P E Hare, pages 265

Biomolecular Archaeology: Past, Present and Future
R E M Hedges & B C Sykes, pages 267-283

The Identity and Future of Archaeological Science
A C Renfrew, pages 285-293

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