Publications

Torihama Bowl

  • Briggs, L., Demesticha, S., Katzev, S., Swiny, H.W., Craig, O.E., and Drieu, L., (2021). There’s more to a vessel than meets the eye: organic residue analysis of “wine” containers from shipwrecks and settlements of ancient Cyprus (4 th ‐1 st century BCE). Archaeometry, DOI: 10.1111/arcm.12747, Download

  • Craig, O.E. (2021). Prehistoric Fermentation, Delayed-Return Economies, and the Adoption of Pottery Technology. Current Anthropology, DOI:10.1086/716610, Download

  • Shoda, S. (2021). Seeking Prehistoric Fermented Food in Japan and Korea. Current Anthropology, DOI:10.1086/715808, Download

  • Shoda, S., Shinzato, S., Suzuki, M., Takamiya, H., Talbot H.M. and Craig, O.E. (2021). Reconstructing of Diet and Natural Resource Use at the North Edge of the Kaizuka Culture by Pottery Lipid Residue Analysis. Scientific Studies on Cultural Properties: Vol. 83 - in Japanese with English abstract.

  • Courel, B., Meadows, J., Carretero, L.G., Lucquin, A., McLaughlin, R., Bondetti, M., Andreev, K., Skorobogatov, A., Smolyaninov, R., Surkov, A., Vybornov, A.A., Dolbunova, E., Heron, C.P., Craig, O.E. (2021). The use of early pottery by hunter-gatherers of the Eastern European forest-steppe. Quaternary Science Reviews, 269, 107143 DOI:10.1016/j.quascirev.2021.107143, Download

  • Spataro, M., Oras, E., Lucquin, A., Bērziņš, V. (2021) Hunter-fisher-gatherer pottery production and use at the Neolithic shell-midden of Riņņukalns, Latvia. Antiquity, DOI:10.15184/aqy.2021.127, Download

  • Bondetti, M., González Carretero, L., Dolbunova, E., McGrath, K., Presslee, S., Lucquin, A., Tsybriy, V., Mazurkevich, A., Tsybriy, A., Jordan, P., Heron, C., Meadows, J., Craig, O.E. (2021). Neolithic farmers or Neolithic foragers? Organic residue analysis of early pottery from Rakushechny Yar on the Lower Don (Russia). Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 13(8), DOI:10.1007/s12520-021-01412-2, Download

  • Tarifa-Mateo, N., Regert, M., Craig, O.E., Rosell-Melé, A., Clop, X. and Saña, M. (2021), Pottery use in the mining site of variscite Mines de Gavà (Barcelona, Spain) during the 4th millennium BC based on organic residue analysis. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, DOI:10.1016/j.jasrep.2021.103080, Download

  • Lundy, J., Drieu, L., Meo, A., Sacco, V., Arcifa, L., Pezzini, E., Aniceti, V., Fiorentino, G., Alexander, M., Orecchioni, P., Mollinari, A., Carver, M.O.H., Craig, O.E. (2021), New insights into early medieval Islamic cuisine: Organic residue analysis of pottery from rural and urban Sicily. PLoS One, DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0252225, Download

  • Taché, K., Jaffe, Y., Craig, O.E., Lucquin, A., Zhou, J., Wang, H., Jiang, S., Standall, E., and Flad, R.K. (2021). What do “barbarians” eat? Integrating ceramic use-wear and residue analysis in the study of food and society at the margins of Bronze Age China. PLoS One, DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0250819, Download

  • Breu, A., Gómez-Bach, A., Heron, C., Rosell-Melé, A. and Molist, M. (2021). Variation in pottery use across the Early Neolithic in the Barcelona plain. Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences, 13(3), p.53. DOI:10.1007/s12520-021-01296-2, Download

  • Drieu, L., Orecchioni, P., Capelli, C., Meo, A., Lundy, J., Sacco, V., Arcifa, L., Molinari, A., Carver, M. and Craig, O. E. (2021). Chemical evidence for the persistence of wine production and trade in Early Medieval Islamic Sicily. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 118(10): e2017983118. DOI:10.1073/pnas.2017983118, Download

  • Robson, H. K., Saul, H., Steele, V. J., Meadows, J., Nielsen, P. O., Fischer, A., Heron, C. P. and Craig, O. E. (2021). Organic residue analysis of Early Neolithic ‘bog pots’ from Denmark demonstrates the processing of wild and domestic foodstuffs. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, 36: 102829. DOI:10.1016/j.jasrep.2021.102829, Download

  • Demirci, Ö., Lucquin, A., Çakırlar, C., Craig, O. E. and Raemaekers, D. C. M. (2021). Lipid residue analysis on Swifterbant pottery (c. 5000-3800 cal BC) in the Lower Rhine-Meuse area (the Netherlands) and its implications for human-animal interactions in relation to the Neolithisation process. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, 36: 102812. DOI:10.1016/j.jasrep.2021.102812, Download

  • Suryanarayan, A., Cubas, M., Craig, O. E., Heron, C. P., Shinde, V. S., Singh, R. N., O’Connell, T. C. and Petrie, C. A. (2021). Lipid residues in pottery from the Indus Civilisation in northwest India. Journal of Archaeological Science, 125: 105291. DOI:10.1016/j.jas.2020.105291, Download

  • Drieu, L., Lucquin, A., Cassard, L., Sorin, S., Craig, O. E., Binder, D. and Regert, M. (2020). A Neolithic without dairy? Chemical evidence from the content of ceramics from the Pendimoun rock-shelter (Castellar, France, 5750–5150 BCE). Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, 35: 102682. DOI:10.1016/j.jasrep.2020.102682, Download

  • Bondetti, M., Scott, E., Courel, B., Lucquin, A., Shoda, S., Lundy, J., Labra-Odde, C., Drieu, L. and Craig, O. E. (2020). Investigating the formation and diagnostic value of ω‐(o‐alkylphenyl)alkanoic acids in ancient pottery. Archaeometry. DOI:10.1111/arcm.12631, Download

  • Gibbs, K. (2020). The emergence of ceramics in Southwest Asia: Early pottery in farming communities. Quaternary International. DOI: 10.1016/j.quaint.2020.09.040, Download

  • Robson, H. K., Lucquin, A., Gibbs, K., Saul, H., Tomoda, T., Hirasawa, Y., Yamahara, T., Kato, H., Isaksson, S., Craig, O. E. and Jordan, P. D. (2020). Walnuts, salmon and sika deer: Exploring the evolution and diversification of Jōmon “culinary” traditions in prehistoric Hokkaidō. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology, 60, 101225. DOI:10.1016/j.jaa.2020.101225, Download

  • Elliott, B., Little, A., Warren, G., Lucquin, A., Blinkhorn, E. and Craig, O. (2020). No pottery at the western periphery of Europe: Why was the Final Mesolithic of Britain and Ireland aceramic? Antiquity. DOI:10.15184/aqy.2020.174, Download

  • Bondetti, M., Lucquin, A., Savel'ev, N. A., Weber, A. W., Craig, O. E. and Jordan, P. D. (2020). Resource processing, early pottery and the emergence of Kitoi culture in Cis-Baikal: Insights from lipid residue analysis of an Early Neolithic ceramic assemblage from the Gorelyi Les habitation site, Eastern Siberia. Archaeological Research in Asia, 24, 100225. DOI:10.1016/j.ara.2020.100225, Download

  • Admiraal, M., Lucquin, A., von Tersch, M., Craig, O. E. and Jordan, P. D. (2020). The adoption of pottery on Kodiak Island: Insights from organic residue analysis. Quaternary International. DOI:10.1016/j.quaint.2020.06.024, Download

  • Junno, A., Isaksson, S., Hirasawa, Y., Kato, H. and Jordan, P. D. (2020). Evidence of increasing functional differentiation in pottery use among Late Holocene maritime foragers in northern Japan. Archaeological Research in Asia, 22, 100194. DOI:10.1016/j.ara.2020.100194, Download

  • Cubas, M., Lucquin, A., Robson, H. K., Colonese, A. C., Arias, P., Aubry, B., Billard, C., Jan, D., Diniz, M., Fernandes, R., Valcarce, R. F., Germain-Vallée, C., Juhel, L., de Lombera-Hermida, A., Marcigny, C., Mazet, S., Marchand, G., Neves, C., Ontañón-Peredo, R., Rodríguez-Álvarez, X. P., Simões, T., Zilhão, J. and Craig, O. E. (2020). Latitudinal gradient in dairy production with the introduction of farming in Atlantic Europe. Nature Communications, 11, 2036. DOI:10.1038/s41467-020-15907-4, Download

  • Demirci, Ö., Lucquin, A., Craig, O. E. and Raemaekers, D. C. M. (2020). First lipid residue analysis of Early Neolithic pottery from Swifterbant (the Netherlands, ca. 4300–4000 BC). Archaeological and Anthropological Science, 12, 105. DOI:10.1007/s12520-020-01062-w, Download

  • Courel, B., Robson, H. K., Lucquin, A., Dolbunova, E., Oras, E., Adamczak, K., Andersen, S. H., Astrup, P. M., Charniauski, M., Czekaj-Zastawny, A., Ezepenko, I., Hartz, S., Kabaciński, J., Kotula, A., Kukawka, S., Loze, I., Mazurkevich, A., Piezonka, H., Piličiauskas, G., Sørensen, S. A., Talbot, H. M., Tkachou, A., Tkachova, M., Wawrusiewicz, A., Meadows, J., Heron, C. P. and Craig, O. E. (2020). Organic residue analysis shows sub-regional patterns in the use of pottery by Northern European hunter-gatherers. Royal Society Open Science, 7, 192016. DOI:10.1098/rsos.192016, Download

  • Piezonka, H., Kosinskaya, L., Dubovtseva, E., Chemyakin, Y., Enshin, D., Hartz, S., Kovaleva, V., Panina, S., Savchenko, S., Skochina, S., Terberger, T., Zakh, V., Zhilin, M. and Zykov, A. (2020). The emergence of hunter-gatherer pottery in the Urals and West Siberia: New dating and stable isotope evidence. Journal of Archaeological Science, 116: 105100. DOI:10.1016/j.jas.2020.105100, Download

  • Shoda, S., Lucquin, A., Yanshina, O., Kuzmin, Y., Shevkomud, I., Medvedev, V., Derevianko, E., Lapshina, Z., Craig, O. E. and Jordan, P. (2020). Late Glacial hunter-gatherer pottery in the Russian Far East: Indications of diversity in origins and use. Quaternary Science Reviews. DOI:10.1016/j.quascirev.2019.106124, Download

  • Admiraal, M., Lucquin, A., Drieu, L., Casale, S., Jordan, P. D. and Craig, O. E. (2019). Leftovers: The presence of manufacture‐derived aquatic lipids in Alaskan pottery. Archaeometry. DOI:10.1111/arcm.12515, Download

  • Taché, K., Bondetti, M., Lucquin, A., Admiraal, M. and Craig, O. E. (2019). Something fishy in the Great Lakes? A reappraisal of early pottery use in north-eastern North America. Antiquity. DOI:10.15184/aqy.2019.128, Download

  • Spataro, M., Cubas, M., Craig, O. E., Chapman, J. C., Boroneanţ, A. and Bonsall, C. (2019). Production and function of Neolithic black-painted pottery from Schela Cladovei (Iron Gates, Romania). Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences. DOI:10.1007/s12520-019-00918-0, Download

  • Deal, M., Farrell, T., Hartery, L., Harris, A. and Sanders, M. (2019). Ceramic Use by Middle and Late Woodland Foragers of the Maritime Provinces. In P. Jordan & K. Gibbs (Eds.), Ceramics in Circumpolar Prehistory: Technology, Lifeways and Cuisine (Archaeology of the North, pp. 168-192). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. DOI:10.1017/9781316339374.009, Download

  • Admiraal, M. and Knecht, R. (2019). Understanding the Function of Container Technologies in Prehistoric Southwest Alaska. In P. Jordan & K. Gibbs (Eds.), Ceramics in Circumpolar Prehistory: Technology, Lifeways and Cuisine (Archaeology of the North, pp. 104-127). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. DOI:10.1017/9781316339374.006, Download

  • Isaksson, S., Gibbs, K. and Jordan, P. (2019). Maritime Nomads of the Baltic Sea: Ceramic Traditions, Collective Identities and Prehistoric Cuisine. In P. Jordan & K. Gibbs (Eds.), Ceramics in Circumpolar Prehistory: Technology, Lifeways and Cuisine (Archaeology of the North, pp. 63-80). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. DOI:10.1017/9781316339374.004, Download

  • Vetrov, V. and Hommel, P. (2019). Vessels on the Vitim: “Neolithic” Ceramics in Eastern Siberia. In P. Jordan & K. Gibbs (Eds.), Ceramics in Circumpolar Prehistory: Technology, Lifeways and Cuisine (Archaeology of the North, pp. 37-62). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. DOI:10.1017/9781316339374.003, Download

  • Jordan, P. and Gibbs, K. (2019). Cold Winters, Hot Soups and Frozen Clay: Understanding the Adoption of Pottery Traditions into the Circumpolar North. In P. Jordan & K. Gibbs (Eds.), Ceramics in Circumpolar Prehistory: Technology, Lifeways and Cuisine (Archaeology of the North, pp. 1-16). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. DOI:10.1017/9781316339374.001, Download

  • Bondetti, M., Scott, S., Lucquin, A., Meadows, J., Lozovskaya, O., Dolbunova,E., Jordan, P. and Craig, O. E. (2019). Fruits, fish and the introduction of pottery in the Eastern European plain: Lipid residue analysis of ceramic vessels from Zamostje 2. Quaternary International, 541, 104-114. DOI:10.1016/j.quaint.2019.05.008, Download

  • Robson, H. K., Skipitytė, R., Piličiauskienė, G., Lucquin, A., Craig, O. E., Heron, C. P. and Piličiauskas, G. (2019). Diet, cuisine and consumption practices of the first farmers in the south-eastern Baltic. Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences, 11, 4011-4024. DOI:10.1007/s12520-019-00804-9, Download

  • Papakosta, V., Oras, E. and Isaksson, S. (2019). Early pottery use across the Baltic – A comparative lipid residue study on Ertebølle and Narva ceramics from coastal hunter-gatherer sites in southern Scandinavia, northern Germany and Estonia. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, 24, 142-151. DOI:10.1016/j.jasrep.2019.01.003, Download

  • Shoda, S., Lucquin, A., Sou, C. I., Nishida, Y., Sun, G., Kitano, H., Son, J-H., Nakamura, S. and Craig, O. E. (2018). Molecular and isotopic evidence for the processing of starchy plants in Early Neolithic pottery from China. Scientific Reports, 8(1), 17044. DOI:10.1038/s41598-018-35227-4, Download

  • Hendy, J., Colonese, A. C., Franz, I., Fernandes, R., Fischer, R., Orton, D., Lucquin, A., Spindler, L., Anvari, J., Stroud, E., Biehl, P. F., Speller, C., Boivin, N., Mackie, M., Jersie-Christensen, R. R., Olsen, J. V., Collins, M. J., Craig, O. E. and Rosenstock, E. (2018). Ancient proteins from ceramic vessels at Çatalhöyük West reveal the hidden cuisine of early farmers. Nature Communications, 9, 4064, DOI:10.1038/s41467-018-06335-6, Download

  • Piličiauskas, G., Asheichyk, V., Osipowicz, G., Skipitytė, R., Varul, L., Kozakaitė, J., Kryvaltsevich, M., Vaitovich, A., Lakiza, V., Šapolaitė, J., Ežerinkas, Ž., Pamazanau, M., Lucquin, A., Craig, O. E. and Robson, H. K. (2018). The Corded Ware culture in the Eastern Baltic: New evidence on chronology, diet, beaker, bone and flint tool function. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, 21, 538-552, DOI:10.1016/j.jasrep.2018.08.023, Download

  • Lucquin, A., Robson, H. K., Eley, Y., Shoda, S., Veltcheva, D., Gibbs, K., Heron, C. P., Isaksson, S., Nishida, Y., Taniguichi, Y., Nakajima, S., Kobayashi, K., Jordan, P., Kaner, S. and Craig, O. E. (2018). The impact of environmental change on the use of early pottery by East Asian hunter-gatherers. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 201803782, DOI:10.1073/pnas.1803782115, Download

  • Admiraal, M., Lucquin, A., von Tersch, M., Jordan, P. D. and Craig, O. E. (2018). Investigating the function of prehistoric stone bowls and griddle stones in the Aleutian Islands by lipid residue analysis. Quaternary Research, 91(3), 1003-1015. DOI:10.1017/qua.2018.31, Download

  • Leclerc, M., Taché, K., Bedford, S., Spriggs, M., Lucquin, A. and Craig, O. E. (2018). The use of Lapita pottery: Results from the first analysis of lipid residues. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, 17, 712–722, DOI:10.1016/j.jasrep.2017.12.019, Download

  • Fernandes, R., Eley, Y., Brabec, M., Lucquin, A., Millard, A. and Craig, O. E. (2017). Reconstruction of prehistoric pottery use from fatty acid carbon isotope signatures using Bayesian inference. Organic Geochemistry, 117, 31-42. DOI:10.1016/j.orggeochem.2017.11.014, Download

  • Gibbs, K., Isaksson, S., Craig, O. E., Lucquin, A., Grishchenko, V. A., Farrell, T. F. G., Thompson, A., Kato, H., Vasilevski, A. A. and Jordan, P. D. (2017). Exploring the emergence of an ‘Aquatic’ Neolithic in the Russian Far East: organic residue analysis of early hunter-gatherer pottery from Sakhalin Island. Antiquity, 91(360), 1484-1500, DOI:10.15184/aqy.2017.183, Download

  • Colonese, A. C., Hendy, J., Lucquin, A., Speller, C. F., Collins, M. J., Carrer, F., Gubler, R., Kühn, M., Fischer, R. and Craig, O. E. (2017). New criteria for the molecular identification of cereal grains associated with archaeological artefacts. Scientific Reports, 7, 6633, DOI:10.1038/s41598-017-06390-x, Download

  • Spiteri, C., Muntoni, I. M. and Craig, O. E. (2017). Dietary Practices at the Onset of the Neolithic in the Western Mediterranean Revealed Using a Combined Biomarker and Isotopic Approach. In: O. García-Puchol and D. C. Salazar-García (Eds.), Times of Neolithic Transition along the Western Mediterranean. (pp. 253-279). Switzerland: Springer.

  • Shoda, S., Lucquin, A., Ahn, J.-ho., Hwang, C.-joo. and Craig, O. E. (2017). Pottery use by early Holocene hunter-gatherers of the Korean peninsula closely linked with the exploitation of marine resources. Quaternary Science Reviews, 170, 164-173, DOI:10.1016/j.quascirev.2017.06.032, Download

  • Shoda, S. and Craig, O. E. (2017). Achievements of Pottery Lipid Analysis and its Potential to Japanese Archaeology. Journal of the Japanese Archaeological Association, 43, 79-89 (in Japanese).

  • Kriiska, A., Oras, E., Lõugas, L., Meadows, J., Lucquin, A. and Craig, O. E. (2017). Late Mesolithic Narva stage in Estonia: pottery, settlement types and chronology. Estonian Journal of Archaeology, 21(1), 52–86, DOI:10.3176/arch.2017.1.03, Download

  • Oras, E., Lucquin, A., Lembi, L., Tõrv, M., Kriiska, A. and Craig, O. E. (2017). The adoption of pottery by north-east European hunter-gatherers: Evidence from lipid residue analysis. Journal of Archaeological Science, 78, 112-119, DOI:10.1016/j.jas.2016.11.010, Download

  • Heron, C., Shoda, S., Barcons, A. B., Czebreszuk, J., Eley, Y., Gorton, M., Kirleis, W., Kneisel, J., Lucquin, A., Müller, J., Nishida, Y., Son, J. and Craig, O. E. (2016). First molecular and isotopic evidence of millet processing in prehistoric pottery vessels. Nature Scientific Reports, 6, 38767, DOI:10.1038/srep38767, Download

  • Spiteri, C. D., Gillis, R. E., Roffet-Salque, M., Navarro, L. C., Guilaine, J., Manen, C., Muntoni, I. M., Segui, M .S., Urem-Kotsou, D., Whelton, H. L., Craig, O. E., Vigne, J-D. and Evershed, R. P. (2016). Regional asynchronicity in dairy production and processing in early farming communities of the northern Mediterranean. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 113(48), 13594-13599, Download

  • Heron, C., Junko, H., Katayama Owens, M., Yumiko, I., Eley, Y., Lucquin, A., Radini, A., Saul, H., Debono Spiteri, C. and Craig, O. E. (2016). Molecular and isotopic investigations of pottery and ‘charred remains’ from Sannai Maruyama and Sannai Maruyama No. 9, Aomori Prefecture, Japan. Japanese Journal of Archaeology, 4, 29-52, Download

  • Jordan, P., Gibbs, K., Hommel, P., Piezonka, H., Silva, F. and Steele, J. (2016). Modelling the diffusion of pottery technologies across Afro-Eurasia: emerging insights and future research. Antiquity, 90(351), 590-603, Download

  • Robson, H. K., Andersen, S. H., Clarke, L., Craig, O., Gron, K. J., Jones, A. K. G., Karsten, P., Milner, N., Douglas Price, T., Ritchie, K., Zabilska-Kunek, M. and Heron, C. (2016). Carbon and nitrogen stable isotope ratios in freshwater, brackish and marine fish bone collagen from Mesolithic and Neolithic sites in central and northern Europe. Environmental Archaeology: The Journal of Human Palaeoecology, 21(2), 105-118 Download

  • Carrer, F., Colonese, A. C., Lucquin, A. J. A., Guedes, E., Thompson, A., Walsh, K. J., Reitmaier, T. and Craig, O. E. (2016). Chemical analysis of pottery demonstrates prehistoric origin for high-altitude alpine dairying. PLoS ONE, 11(4): 0151442, Download

  • Lucquin, A., Gibbs, K., Uchiyama, J., Saul, H., Ajimoto, M., Eley, Y., Radini, A., Heron, C. P., Shoda, S., Nishida, Y., Lundy, J., Jordan, P., Isaksson, S. and Craig, O. E. (2016). Ancient lipids document continuity in the use of early hunter-gatherer pottery through 9,000 years of Japanese prehistory. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 113(15), 3991–3996, Download

  • Gibbs, K. and Jordan, P. (2016). A comparative perspective on the ‘western’ and ‘eastern’ Neolithics of Eurasia: Ceramics; agriculture and sedentism. Quaternary International, 419, 27-35. DOI:10.1016/j.quaint.2016.01.069, Download

  • Lucquin, A., Colonese, A. C., Farrell, T. F. G. and Craig, O. E. (2016). Utilising phytanic acid diastereomers for the characterisation of archaeological lipid residues in pottery samples. Tetrahedron Letters, 57(6), 703-707, Download

  • Colonese, A. C., Farrell, T., Lucquin, A., Firth, D., Charlton, S., Robson, H. K., Alexander, M. and Craig, O. E. (2015). Archaeological bone lipids as palaeodietary markers. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry, 29, 611-618, Download

  • Tache, K. and Craig, O. E. (2015). Cooperative harvesting of aquatic resources triggered the beginning of pottery production in north-eastern North America. Antiquity, 89(343), 177-190, Download

  • Papakosta, V., Smittenberg, R. H., Gibbs, K., Jordan, P. and Isaksson, S. (2015). Microchemical Journal, 123, 196-200, Download

  • Gibbs, K. (2015). Pottery Invention and Innovation in East Asia and the Near East. Cambridge Archaeological Journal, 25(1), 339-351, Download

  • Heron, C. and Craig, O. E. (2015). Aquatic Resources in Foodcrusts: Identification and Implication. Radiocarbon, 57(4), 707-719, Download

  • Heron, C., Craig, O. E., Lucquin, A. J. A., Steele, V. J., Thompson, A. and Piličiauskas, G. (2015). Cooking fish and drinking milk? Patterns in pottery use in the southeastern Baltic, 3300-2400 cal BC. Journal of Archaeological Science, 63, 33-43, Download

  • Craig, O. E., Shillito, L-M., Alberella, U., Chan, B., Cleal, R., Ixer, R., Jay, M., Pete Marshall, P., Wright, E. and Parker Pearson, M. (2015). Feeding Stonehenge: cuisine and consumption at the Late Neolithic site of Durrington Walls. Antiquity, 89(347), 1096-1109, Download

  • Colonese, A. C., Collins, M. J., Lucquin, A. J. A., Eustace, M., Hancock, Y., De Almeida Rocha Ponzoni, R., Smith, C., Mora, A., DeBalasis, A. P. D., Figuti, L., Wesolowski, V., Plens, C., Eggers, S., Farias, D., Gledhill, A. and Craig, O. E. (2014). Long-term resilience of late Holocene coastal subsistence system in southeastern South America. PLoS ONE, 9(8): e107034, Download

  • Silva, F., Steele, J., Gibbs, K. and Jordan, P. (2014). Modeling Spatial Innovation Diffusion from Radiocarbon Dates and Regression Residuals: The Case of Early Old World Pottery. Radiocarbon, 56(2), 723-732, Download

  • Farrell, T. F. G., Jordan, P., Taché, K., Lucquin, A., Gibbs, K., Jorge, A., Britton, K., Craig, O. E. and Knecht, R. (2014). Specialized Processing of Aquatic Resources in Prehistoric Alaskan Pottery?: A Lipid-Residue Analysis of Ceramic Sherds from the Thule-Period Site of Nunalleq, Alaska. Arctic Anthropology, 51(1), 86-100, Download

  • Debono Spiteri, C. and Craig, O. E. (2014). Biomolecular and isotopic characterisation of lipid residues absorbed in Impressed Wares from the Early Neolithic village of Skorba, Malta. Malta Archaeological Review, 2008–2009, 9, 14-22.

  • Saul, H., Glycou, A. and Craig, O. E. (2014). Stewing on a Theme of Cuisine: Biomolecular and Interpretive Approaches to Culinary Changes at the Transition to Agriculture. Proceedings of the British Academy, 198, 197-213, Download

  • Saul, H., Madella, M., Fischer, A., Glykou, A., Hartz, S. and Craig, O. E. (2013). Phytoliths in Pottery Reveal the Use of Spice in European Prehistoric Cuisine. PLoS ONE, 8(8): e70583, Download

  • Craig, O. E., Saul, H., Lucquin, A., Nishida, Y., Taché, K., Clarke, L., Thompson, A., Altoft, D. T., Uchiyama, J., Ajimoto, M., Gibbs, K., Isaksson, S., Heron, C. P. and Jordan, P. (2013). Earliest evidence for the use of pottery. Nature, 496(7445), 351-354, Download

  • Heron, C., Steele, V., Andersen, S., Fischer, A., Glykou, A., Hartz, S., Saul, H. and Craig, O. (2013). Illuminating the Late Mesolithic: Residue analysis of 'blubber' lamps from Northern Europe. Antiquity, 87(335), 178-188, Download

  • Gibbs, K. and Jordan, P. (2013). Bridging the Boreal Forest: Siberian Archaeology and the Emergence of Pottery among Prehistoric Hunter-Gatherers of Northern Eurasia. Sibirica, 12(1), 1-38, Download

  • Saul, H., Wilson, J., Heron, C., Glykou, A., Hartz, S. and Craig, O. E. (2012). A Systematic Approach to the Recovery and Identification of Starches from Carbonised Deposits on Ceramic Vessels. Journal of Archaeological Science, 39(12), 3483–3492, Download

  • Craig, O. E., Allen, R. B., Thompson, A., Stevens, R. E., Steele, V. J. and Heron, C. (2012). Distinguishing wild ruminant lipids by gas chromatography/combustion/isotope ratio mass spectrometry. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry, 26(19), 2359-2364, Download

  • Robson, H., Andersen, S., Craig, O., Fischer, A., Glykou, A., Hartz, S., Lübke, H., Schmölcke, U. and Heron, C. (2012). Carbon and nitrogen isotope signals in eel bone collagen from Mesolithic and Neolithic sites in northern Europe. Journal of Archaeological Science, 39(7), 2003-2011, Download

  • Craig, O. E., Steele, V. J., Fischer, A., Hartz, S., Andersen, S. H., Donohoe, P., Glykou, A., Saul, H., Jones, D. M., Koch, E. and Heron, C. P. (2011). Ancient lipids reveal continuity in culinary practices across the transition to agriculture in Northern Europe. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 108(44), 17910-17915, Download

  • Heron, C., Nilsen, N., Stern, B., Craig, O. E. and Nordby, C. (2010). Application of lipid biomarker analysis to evaluate the function of ‘slab-lined pits’ in Arctic Norway. Journal of Archaeological Science, 37(9), 2188-97, Download

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