The Institute of Archaeology in the Americas
1. Peru, Cuzco. Investigating the choice of materials, techniques and labour control in ceramic production and monumental stonework during the emergence and expansion of the Inca State. Bill Sillar with Dennis Ogburn (University of North Carolina, Charlotte) and Julio Cesar Sierra (Ministerio de Cultura, Cuzco).
2. Peru. Sican Metallurgy book, based on excavations of metalworking and production at Batan Grande in Northern Coastal Peru. John Merkel with Southern Illinois University.
3. Dominican Republic. Macorix de Arriba Archaeological Project. José Oliver, funded by Cotsen Institute of Archaeology-UCLA and Albert Reckitt Archaeology Fund of the British Academy.
4. Ecuador. Anthropogenic landscape transformations in the Ecuadorian Amazon. Manuel Arroyo-Kalin with the French Institute for Andean Studies (IFEA), supported by the British Academy.
5. Mesoamerica. Resilient Networks and the Historical Ecology of Q’eqchi’ Maya Swidden Agriculture. Sean Downey with University of Arizona.
6. Colombia, Bogotá. Gold Museum. Archaeometallurgy. Marcos Martinón-Torres with María Alicia Uribe and Juanita Sáenz Samper.
7. Belize, Lamanai. Investigating British Colonial Activity, 17th to 19th Century. Elizabeth Graham with Tracie Mayfield (University of Arizona) and the Institute of Archaeology, Belmopan, Belize.
8. Belize, Ambergris Caye. Long-term Environmental Impact of Human Activity; Anthropogenic Landscape Transformation at the Site of Marco Gonzalez. Elizabeth Graham with co-PI Julia Stegemann (Civil, Environmental, Geomatic Engineering), Richard Macphail (Archaeology), Simon Turner (Geography), Richard Whittet and Cristina Rosique (Edinburgh and RBGE), Manuel Arroyo- Kalin (Archaeology) and the University of Belize. Funded by the Leverhulme Trust.
9. Cuba. Cemetery of El Chorro de Maíta. Marcos Martinón-Torres with Roberto Valcarcel Rojas (Cuban Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment) and Jago Cooper (British Museum).
10. USA, Louisiana. Cane River African Diaspora Archaeology Project. Kevin MacDonald with the US National Park Service.
11. USA, Las Capas, Tucson, Arizona. Native American Irrigation at Las Capas. Richard McPhail.
12. USA, Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC. Theano Moussouri.
13. USA, Museum of Science, Boston. Theano Moussouri.
14. USA, Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, California. Ceramic Production and Distribution at Late Prehistoric Hunter-Gatherer Seasonal Occupation site CA-SDI-813. Patrick Quinn with San Diego Archaeological Center, California.
15. Canada, Ontario. Complex Hunter-Gatherers of the Trent Valley. Excavation of a set of Archaic through Middle Woodland sites. Sue Colledge with Dr James Conolly, Department of Anthropology, Trent University, Ontario.
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16. African Continent. Do Larger Molars and Robust Jaws in Early Hominins Represent Dietary Adaptation? Anna Clement. Collections held at University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg and Ditsong National Museum, Pretoria, South Africa; National Museum, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia; Nairobi National Museums, Kenya; and National Museum, Tanzania.
17. Sierra Leone. Palimpsest Memoryscapes: Materializing and Mediating the Past in Sierra Leone. Paul Basu with Monuments and Relics Commission, Sierra Leone; Sierra Leone National Museum; and British Museum Africa Programme.
18. Ethiopia. Gamo Highlands. Dorian Fuller with K. and J. Arthur, University of Southern Florida.
19. Ethiopia. Mieso. Ignacio de la Torre with Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona; Centro Nacional de Investigación sobre la Evolución Humana (CENIEH), Spain.
20. Mali. Segou Project Sorotomo and the Dodugu (AD 1000-1700). Kevin MacDonald with the Malian Institut des Sciences Humaines.
21. Mali. Lower Tilemsi Valley Project. Katie Manning with Direction National du Patrimoine Culturelle, Bamako, Mali.
22. Sudan. Merowe Dam Archaeological Salvage Project. Katie Manning with British Museum and Sudan Archaeological Research Society.
23. Sahara Sahel borderlands. Making a Good Impression: 5000 Years of Pottery from the Sahara Sahel Borderlands. Katie Manning with University of East Anglia.
24. Tanzania. Olduvai Gorge. Ignacio de la Torre with University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. Research in Olduvai Gorge is authorized by COSTECH and the Department of Antiquities, Tanzania, and funded by the US National Science Foundation and the European Research Council-Starting Grants.
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25. Iraq. Ivories from Nimrud. Stuart Laidlaw.
26. Iraqi Kurdistan. Later Prehistory of the Shahrizor Plain. David Wengrow with Robert Carter (UCL Qatar).
27. Iraq. Jarmo, Kurdistan, Neolithic. Dorian Fuller with the Directorate of Antiquities of Suleymaniyah Province.
28. Turkmenistan. Ancient Merv Project. Tim Williams and Gaygysyz Jorayev, with National Department for the Protection, Study and Restoration of Historical and Cultural Monuments within the Ministry of Culture of Turkmenistan; ‘Ancient Merv’ State Archaeological Park; Centre for Applied Archaeology; UCL Qatar; Heritage Without Borders; CRAterre‐ ENSAG, Grenoble; Dept of Cross‐Cultural and Regional Studies, University of Copenhagen, Denmark; CyArk; World Monuments Fund.
29. India. Sanchi Survey Project. Julia Shaw, with Department of Archaeology, Museums and Archives, Madhya Pradesh, Bhopal, and University of Leeds.
30. India. Archaeologies of Well-being: Environmental Ethics and Buddhist Economics in Ancient India. Julia Shaw, British Academy Mid-Career Fellowship Project 2014-15.
31. India, Orissa. Golbai Sassan. Early Rice Project. Dorian Fuller and Eleanor Kingwell- Banham with Deccan College Post-Graduate and Research Institute, Pune, India.
32. Sri Lanka, Mantai. Early Rice Project. Dorian Fuller and Eleanor Kingwell-Banham with Deccan College Post-Graduate and Research Institute, Pune, India.
33. China, Xi’an. First Emperor’s Mausoleum. The Making of the Terracotta Army. Marcos Martinón-Torres, Andrew Bevan, Janice Li, Thilo Rehren and Patrick Quinn, with Museum of Emperor Qin Shihuang’s Mausoleum, Xi’an.
34. China, Baligang. Early Rice Project. Dorian Fuller and Alison Weisskopf with Peking University.
35. Early Rice Project. Dorian Fuller and Alison Weisskopf with Peking University and Suzhou Museum.
36. Early Rice Project. Dorian Fuller and Alison Weisskopf with Peking University and Zhejiang Province Institute of Archaeology.
37. China, Maoshan. Early Rice Project. Dorian Fuller and Alison Weisskopf with Peking University and Zhejiang Province Institute of Archaeology.
38. China, Haimenkou. Bronze Age. Early Rice Project. Dorian Fuller, Cristina Castillo and Alison Weisskopf with Peking University and the Yunnan Province Institute of Archaeology.
39. China. Early Glass and Pigments from Majiayuan Cemetery, Gansu Province. Yi- Xian Lin and Ian Freestone with Gansu Provincial Institute of Archaeology.
40. South Korea. Han Tan river. Richard Macphail with Seoul National University.
41. Vietnam, Rach Nui. Neolithic. Early Rice Project. Cristina Castillo, Alison Weisskopf and Dorian Fuller with Peter Bellwood Australia National University.
42. Thailand, Khao Sam Kaeo and Phu Khao Thong. Metal Ages. Early Rice Project. Cristina Castillo, Alison Weisskopf and Dorian Fuller with Dr Bérénice Bellina, Centre National de Recherches Scientifique, France.
43. Thailand. Lamphun. Marilena Alivizatou through Sirindhorn Anthropology Centre and UNESCO Bangkok.
44. Indonesia. Nusa Tenggara. Sean Downey with NSF, USA.
45. Kingdom of Bhutan. National Inventories and Approaches to Site Management. Tim Williams, Andrew Bevan and Adi Keinan- Schoonbaert, with Division for Conservation of Heritage Sites, Department of Culture, Bhutan; National Commission of UNESCO, Bhutan; and Cultural Heritage Information Consultants.
46. Numerous countries. UNESCO Serial Transnational World Heritage Nominations of the Silk Roads Project. Tim Williams with Gaygysyz Jorayev and active State Party partners: Afghanistan, People’s Republic of China, Republic of India, Islamic Republic of Iran, Republic of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal, Republic of Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Republic of Uzbekistan. Organisations: ICOMOS, ICAHM, UNESCO World Heritage Centre, UNESCO Almaty Cluster Office, UNESCO Cluster Office in Tashkent, UCL.
The Institute of Archaeology in Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific
47. Easter Island, Rapa Nui. Landscapes of Construction Project. Sue Hamilton with Bournemouth University; University of Manchester; University of the Highlands and Islands (Orkney Research Centre for Archaeology); University of Chile, Santiago; Hawaii Pacific University; Rapa Nui National Parks Authority (CONAF); Museo Antropológico Padre Sebastián Englert, Rapa Nui (MAPSE).
48. Banks Islands, Vanuatu. Reassembling the collection: Feasting objects and places in the Banks Islands, Vanuatu. Sarah Byrne.
49. New Zealand, Auckland. Interrogating archaeological data for climatic information. Martin Bridge with Auckland University Dendrochronology Laboratory.
50. Australia, New Zealand, Pacific, US, UK, France, Vietnam. Museum, Field, Metropolis, Colony: Practices of Social Governance. Rodney Harrison; with Tony Bennett, Fiona Cameron and Ben Dibley (University of Western Sydney); Nelia Dias (University of Lisbon); Ira Jacknis (University of California at Berkeley); and Conal McCarthy (Victoria University of Wellington). Funded by the Australian Research Council.
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1. England. Landscapes of Governance Project. Andrew Reynolds and Stuart Brookes with University of Nottingham.
2. England, Portsmouth. Tudor warship Mary Rose. Martin Bridge and Mary Rose Trust.
3. England, Sherwood Forest. Thynghowe, Hangar Hill. Stuart Brookes.
4. England. Geochemical Provenance Mapping of Pre-Roman Ironworking Sites in Britain (IRONWORKS). Michael Charlton and Marcos Martinón-Torres with English Heritage.
5. Britain. Bronze Age textiles, basketry and leather artefacts from burials and cremations. Susanna Harris.
6. England. Rape of Hastings Architectural Survey. David Martin (CAA/ASE) with English Heritage; Romney Marsh Research Trust.
7. England. Whitehawk Camp, Brighton. Neolithic Causewayed Enclosure and Community Archaeology Project. Jon Sygrave, Hilary Orange and Matt Pope (CAA/ASE) with Brighton and Hove City Council, and Brighton and Hove Archaeological Society.
8. England. Lewes, East Sussex. Medieval town. Dan Swift.
9. England. West Sussex Coastal Plain. David Dunkin, Greg Priestly-Bell and Jon Sygrave (CAA/ASE).
10. England, Surrey. Woking Palace, Old Woking. Joe Flatman.
11. England, Surrey. Brooklands racetrack and airfield, Weybridge. Joe Flatman.
12. England, Essex. Stanford Le Hope. Richard McPhail with Oxford Archaeology South.
13. England, Devon. Buckfast. Andrew Reynolds with Newcastle University.
14. England. Boxgrove. Mark Roberts and Matt Pope.
15. England. Yorkshire. Boynton House. Tim Schadla-Hall with Durham University.
16. England. Yorkshire. Star Carr. Tim Schadla- Hall with York University.
17. Wales. Caerleon, Priory Field. Andrew Gardner with Cardiff University; Cadw, National Roman Legion Museum, Caerleon; National Museum Wales, Cardiff.
18. Scotland, South Uist. Howmore. Andrew Reynolds.
19. Isle of Man. Ballanorris mound. Richard Macphail with School of Archaeology, Classics and Egyptology, Liverpool University.
20. Ireland. Cultivating Societies: Assessing the Evidence for Agriculture in Neolithic Ireland. Sue Colledge with Queen’s University, Belfast; Institute of Archaeology, Oxford.
21. Jersey. La Cotte de St Brelade. Matt Pope.
22. England. Essex. Bow Hill Project. Mark Roberts.
23. England. Blackden Project. Mark Roberts.
24. England. Exotic Rock Project. Mark Roberts.
25. England, Clandon Park. Hinemihi Maori Meeting House: People-based Conservation. Dean Sully with Ngäti Ragana; Ngäti Hinemihi; New Zealand Historic Places Trust; National Trust; ICCROM.
26. England. The Portable Antiquities Scheme database as a tool for archaeological research. Roger Bland with Katherine Robbins.
27. England, Selmeston. East Sussex early Anglo-Saxon cemetery. Sue Harrington and Hazel Welch, with a grant from Sussex Archaeological Society Margary Fund.
28. England. Corpus of Roman Sculpture from South-East England. Martin Henig with Penny Coombe, Francis Grew, Kevin Haywood; British Academy, Museum of London.
29. Britain. Composition, Corrosion and Origins of Medieval Window Glass. Ian Freestone with University of York.
30. Ireland, Dublin. Metalworking in Viking Dublin. Justine Bayley with National Museum of Ireland.
31. England, Lincoln. Metalwork and Metalworking in Viking Age Lincoln. Justine Bayley with Institute of Archaeology, Oxford.
32. England, Prittlewell. The Princely Burial. Harriet White and Justine Bayley with MoLA.
33. England, Chichester. Romanisation of Iron Age Precious Metals. Justine Bayley.
34. England. Medieval Music Wire. Justine Bayley.
35. England. Roman and Medieval Silver Production and Refining. Justine Bayley.
36. Wales. Stones of Stonehenge. Mike Parker Pearson with Universities of Southampton, Bournemouth and Manchester; Dyfed Archaeological Trust.
37. England. Stones of Stonehenge. Mike Parker Pearson with Universities of Southampton, Bournemouth and Leicester.
38. England. Selsey Bill, Medmerry, East Sussex. Bronze Age coastal settlement and medieval fish-weir. Greg Priestley-Bell and Pip Stephenson (CAA/ASE).
39. England, Broadbridge Heath, West Sussex. Prehistoric, Roman and medieval settlement on the Sussex Weald. Andrew Margetts (CAA/ASE).
40. England, Peacehaven, East Sussex. Extensive prehistoric landscape. Diccon Hart (CAA/ASE).
41. England, Harlow, Essex. Late Iron Age field systems. Kate Clover (CAA/ASE).
42. England, Snodland, Kent. Romano-British villa. Giles Dawkes (CAA/ASE).
43. England, Hadrian’s Wall. World Heritage Site Management Plan consultations. Kirsty Norman (CAA/ASE).
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Note: London is not depicted in enough detail for individual dots – these projects and collaborations are represented by a single red star.
1. London Zoo. Theano Moussouri.
2. Camden Community Nursery. Theano Moussouri.
3. English Heritage. Theano Moussouri.
4. Geffrye Museum. Theano Moussouri.
5. Dana Centre/Science Museum. Theano Moussouri.
6. Hendon School Community Archaeology Project. Gabriel Moshenska.
7. Thames Discovery Programme. Nathalie Cohen, Gustav Milne and Eliott Wragg.
8. The Archaeology of Air Raid Shelters: Towards an International Heritage Perspective. Gabriel Moshenska.
9. The Gresham Ship Project. Dean Sully.
10. Petrie Museum, UCL. Collections in Exile, Persons in Exile: Rethinking the Petrie Palestinian Collection, UCL and the Tawfik Canaan Collection, Birzeit University. Beverley Butler.
11. Petrie Museum, UCL. Digital Lahun Papyri. Stephen Quirke with UCL Computer Science and Imperial College London.
12. Billingsgate Roman Fort Gate. Dean Sully, Kirsty Norman and Tim Williams, with Museum of London; City of London Corporation; English Heritage.
13. Roman glass production. Ian Freestone with Museum of London Archaeology.
14. John Dwight's crucibles. Ian Freestone with Department of Earth Sciences, University of Padova.
15. Tower of London. The Tudor Mint. Justine Bayley and Harriet White.
16. Kingsway. Saxon brass ingots. Justine Bayley and Thilo Rehren with Museum of London and CEZ Archäometrie, Mannheim.
17. Natural History Museum and the V&A, Theano Moussouri and Eleni Vomvyla in collaboration with Sara Price and Carey Jewitt, the London Knowledge Lab.
18. Botanic Gardens Conservation International (BGCI), Kew Gardens. Theano Moussouri.
19. Holland Park, Kensington. Late Iron Age - Romano-British settlement. Sarah Ritchie (CAA/ASE).
20. United Kingdom. Crowd- and Community- fuelled Archaeological Research (MicroPasts). Andrew Bevan, Chiara Bonacchi, Adi Keinan-Schoonbaert, with Daniel Pett of the British Museum.
The Institute of Archaeology in the rest of Europe, North Africa and the Middle East
44. EUROEVOL - The Cultural Evolution of Neolithic Europe. Stephen Shennan, Sue Colledge, Enrico Crema, Sean Downey, Kevan Edinborough, Tim Kerig, Katie Manning and Adrian Timpson.
45. Norway, Vestfold. E-18 highway. Richard Macphail with Culture History Museum and Oslo University.
46. Denmark. Textile and Costume from Bronze and Early Iron Ages in Danish collections. Margarita Gleba with Centre for Textile Research, University of Copenhagen; National Museum Denmark.
47. Iceland. The Reykholt churches: excavations at a church centre, and The Reykholt Shielings project. Gudrun Sveinbjarnardottir with the Institute of Archaeology in Iceland and the University of Iceland respectively.
48. Austria. Museum Der Alchemist von Oberstockstall. Marcos Martinón-Torres.
49. Spain, The Basque Country. Vittoria, Aistra. Andrew Reynolds with University of the Basque Country.
50. Spain, Córdoba: a) Heritage of Historic Cities and Multi-culturalism; b) Intercultural Dialogue. Beverley Butler.
51. Spain. Buendia Rockshelter. Ignacio de la Torre with UCL; Centro Nacional de Investigación sobre la Evolución Humana (CENIEH), Spain.
52. Spain. Cova Gran. Ignacio de la Torre with Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain; Centro Nacional de Investigación sobre la Evolución Humana (CENIEH).
53. Spain. Roca dels Bous. Ignacio de la Torre with Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain; Centro Nacional de Investigación sobre la Evolución Humana (CENIEH).
54. Spain. Arganzón castle, Burgos. Juan Antonio Quirós.
55. Spain. Lantarón castle, Álava. Juan Antonio Quirós.
56. Spain. Mugardos, A Coruña. Archaeological- Historical study of Saint Vincent of Meá Church. Stuart Brookes with University of Santiago.
57. Spain, Galicia; and Portugal, Beira Litoral Sul e Alta Estremadura. Atlantic Late Bronze Age interaction through metal hoards (ALBIMEH). Xosé-Lois Armada with the Instituto de Arqueologia de Coimbra. FP7/2007-2013, IEF Marie Curie.
58. Portugal. Muge, Cabeço da Amoreira. Michele Wollstonecroft with University of the Algarve, Portugal; Archaeological Research Centre at the University of Lisbon (UNIARQ).
59. Portugal. Sao Gens, Celorico. Local territories and identities in the early medieval Iberian Peninsula: a spatial analysis of rock-cut graves. Stuart Brookes with Universidad de Salamanca, Spain; Universidades Nova de Lisboa e do Algarve.
60. Croatia. Early farming in Dalmatia. Sue Colledge with Rochester University of Technology, New York; University of Cambridge.
61. Romania. Noviodunum, Tulcea. Kris Lockyear with Institutul de Arheologie Vasile Parvan, Bucharest; Dept of Archaeology, University of Southampton.
62. Romania, Taşnad. Rescue excavation of a Criş settlement. Ulrike Sommer with Satu Mare Museum.
63. Italy, Marche. Upper Esino Valley Survey. Corinna Riva.
64. Italy, Central; Spain, South; Greece. Textile Economy and Urbanisation in Mediterranean Europe 1000-500BCE. Margarita Gleba and Susanna Harris. Funded by the European Research Council.
65. Greece. Antikythera Survey Project. Andrew Bevan with Trent University, Canada; Greek Archaeological Service.
66. Greece. Kythera Island Project. Cyprian Broodbank with Fitch Laboratory of Archaeological Science at British School in Athens.
67. Greece, Astypalaia, Dodecanese. Cemeteries on the island of Astypalaia. Simon Hillson.
68. Greece, Keos XI. The wall paintings from the Northeast Bastion. Stuart Laidlaw with University of Cincinnati.
69. Greece, Crete. The Knossos Urban Landscape Project. Todd Whitelaw with British School at Athens and 23rd Ephoreia of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities of the Greek Archaeological Service.
70. Cyprus, Kissonerga-Mylouthkia. Pre-pottery Neolithic and Calcolithic settlements and subsistence economy. Sue Colledge with University of Edinburgh and Lemba Archaeological Research Centre.
71. Turkey. The Social Geography of the Catalhoyuk Settlement. Katherine Wright with Stanford University; UCL; UC Merced; University of Southampton; Istanbul University; Selcuk University; Thrace University; Adam Mickiewicz University; State University of New York (SUNY), Buffalo; Free University Berlin.
72. Turkey. Archaeobotany at Çatalhöyük. Dorian Fuller with Stanford University.
73. Turkey. Textile Production at Miletos. Margarita Gleba with University of Bochum, Germany; German Archaeological Institute in Athens.
74. Turkey. Technology of Seljuq ceramics and glass from Kubad Abad. Ian Freestone with University of Cukurova, and Professor Ruchan Arik, Ankara.
75. Turkey. Boncuklu Höyük project. Louise Martin in collaboration with Liverpool University, University of Queensland, University of Reading and Harvard University.
76. European Bronze Age Cultures and Technical Evolution: a Phylogenetic Approach. Sébastien Manem.
77. Material Connections: Mobility, Materiality and Mediterranean Identities. Corinna Riva with UCL; University of Glasgow.
78. Switzerland, Southern France, Germany, Northern Italy. Regional costume and identity in the final Neolithic to Bronze Age: the statue menhir evidence. Susanna Harris at the Freie Universität, Berlin.
79. Israel/Palestine. Understanding Heritage Wellbeing: Traditional Healers and Eye Care. Beverley Butler with Eye Hospital, Order of St John; Sheikh Jarrah.
80. Israel. Ramon crater, Negev Desert. Richard McPhail with Ben Gurion University.
81. Israel/Palestine. Petrie Palestinian Project. Rachael Sparks with Ben-Gurion University of the Negev and University of New York.
82. Israel, Jordan Valley. Tel Bet Yerah. Early Bronze Age and Early Islamic. David Wengrow with Raphael Greenberg.
83. Israel. Glass from the Sea. Ian Freestone with Israel Antiquities Authority.
84. Palestine. Khirbet al Mafjar, Jericho. Dominic Perring (Centre for Applied Archaeology/Archaeology South-East) with Birzeit University.
85. Palestine. Collections in Exile, Persons in Exile: Rethinking the Petrie Palestinian Collection, UCL and the Tawfik Canaan Collection, Birzeit University. Beverley Butler.
86. Lebanon. Qadisha Valley Project. Epipalaeolithic- Neolithic excavations at Moghr el-Ahwal. Andrew Garrard, Sue Colledge, Kevan Edinborough, Yvonne Edwards, Richard Macphail and Katherine Wright with Lebanese University Beirut and Lampeter.
87. Lebanon. Sidon. Dafydd Griffiths with British Museum and Lebanese DGA.
88. Lebanon. Beirut Souks. Dominic Perring (CAA/ASE) and Tim Williams, with the American University of Beirut.
89. Jordan. Kharaneh IV. Epipalaeolithic excavations. Louise Martin, Sue Colledge with University of California (Berkeley).
90. Jordan. Azraq Project. Epipalaeolithic- Neolithic excavations. Andrew Garrard, Sue Colledge, Louise Martin, Katherine Wright with Universities of Liverpool, Belfast, the CNRS and Davis California.
91. Jordan. Ain Ghazal. Kathryn Tubb with British Museum.
92. Jordan. Talbiyeh and other Palestinian Refugee Camps in Jordan. Beverley Butler with Dr Fatima Nammari, Petra University, Amman.
93. Jordan, Turkey, Lebanon, Iraq: a) Cooking, Dining and the Evolution of Early Agricultural Societies in the Near East. Katherine (Karen) Wright with scholars from UCL; Council for British Research in the Levant; Stanford University; Cornell University; University of Sheffield; University of Liverpool; State University of New York Stony Brook; Oxford University; Yarmouk University; University of Istanbul; Lebanese University, Beirut. b) The Neolithic Beginnings of Craft Specialization in the Near East: Stoneworking, Ground Stone Artefacts and Social Technology. Katherine (Karen) Wright with scholars from diverse institutions; see a). c) Personal Ornaments and the Origins of Stone Beadmaking in Western Asia. Katherine (Karen) Wright, Roseleen Bains and Andrew Garrard, with scholars from diverse institutions; (see a). d) The Ancient Levant: Social Networks and Long-Term Histories. Katherine (Karen) Wright with scholars from 25 institutions from the UK.
94. Iraqi Kurdistan. The Shahrizor Prehistory Project. David Wengrow with the Institute of Archaeology, Rob Carter with UCL Qatar and the Sulaimaniya Directorate of Antiquities and Heritage.
95. Egypt. The Materiality of Administration: the seals and seal impressions from Hierakonopolis. Richard Bussmann (primary material in Cambridge and Egypt).
96. Egypt. EES Survey of Memphis. David Jeffreys with University of Cambridge; UCL; AERA.
97. Egypt. Origins of Nationhood: a New Chronology for Egyptian State Formation. David Wengrow with the Research Laboratory for Archaeology and History of Art, Oxford University; funded by the Leverhulme Trust.
98. Egypt: a) Crucible technology; b) Late Bronze Age glass production. Thilo Rehren and Marcos Martinón-Torres.
99. Tunisia. Early Islamic glass workshop from Sabra-al-Mansuriya. Ian Freestone with CNRS, France and Dept of Earth Sciences, Leuven.
100. Egypt. Decolonising Archaeology: Ethnographies in Egypt. Stephen Quirke with Lahun Survey (Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest); Fayoum University.
101. Egypt. Memphis. Judith Bunbury in collaboration with the EES and Pedro Goncalves of the McDonald Institute in Cambridge.
102. Egypt. Gurob Harem Palace Project, Faiyum. Settlement archaeology at a royal town site. Jan Picton with Ivor Pridden, Petrie Museum UCL, the University of Liverpool and University of Copenhagen.
103. Egypt. Byzantine mosaic tesserae from Abu Mina. Ian Freestone with Deutsches Archäologisches Institute.
104. Coin Hoards of the Roman Republic. Kris Lockyear with American Numismatic Society.
105. Egypt. Mit Rahina Field School: Settlement archaeology in Middle Kingdom Memphis. Ana Tavares in collaboration with Ancient Egypt Research Associates (AERA), the American Research Centre in Egypt (ARCE), the Ministry of State for Antiquities (MSA) and the Egypt Exploration Society (EES). David Jeffreys and Judith Bunbury also took part in this project.
106. Egypt. Tell Basta/Bubastis. Daniela Rosenow with the German-British-Egyptian Joint Mission (University of Würzburg/ EES/Egyptian Ministry for the State of Antiquities). Glass in Late Antiquity: Society and Science.
107. Egypt. Tuna el-Gebel (field director: Melanie Flossmann). Daniela Rosenow with the German-Egyptian Joint Mission (University of Munich/Cairo University). Glass finds from tombs 1-7.
108. Egypt. Tell Mutubis (field director: Penny Wilson). Daniela Rosenow with the Tell Mutubis Survey, Egypt Exploration Society. Late Roman to Early Islamic glass finds from the Western Nile delta.
109. Egypt. Buto/Tell el Fara’in and Kom el Gir (field directors: Ulrich Hartung and Robert Schiestl). Daniela Rosenow with the German Archaeological Institute Cairo. Glass from the Western delta and the application of pXRF.
110. Egypt. Comparative Archaeological Study of Egyptian Predynastic Settlements. Grazia A. Di Pietro. Funded by the People Programme, European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme.
111. Bosnia and Herzegovina. EUROFARM - Transmission of innovations: comparison and modelling of early farming and associated technologies in Europe. Marc Vander Linden, David Orton. In collaboration with Museum of the Republika Srpska, and Commission to Preserve National Monuments.
112. Croatia. EUROFARM - Transmission of innovations: comparison and modelling of early farming and associated technologies in Europe. Marc Vander Linden, David Orton. In collaboration with Zagreb Archaeological Museum and Institute for Anthropological Research, Croatia.
113. Montenegro. EUROFARM - Transmission of innovations: comparison and modelling of early farming and associated technologies in Europe. Marc Vander Linden, David Orton. In collaboration with Centre for Conservation and Archaeology of Montenegro, and Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade.
114. Serbia. EUROFARM - Transmission of innovations: comparison and modelling of early farming and associated technologies in Europe. Marc Vander Linden, David Orton. In collaboration with Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade, and Academy of Sciences, Serbia.
115. Serbia and Bosnia. The Rise of Metallurgy in Eurasia. Thilo Rehren, Miljana Radivojevic and Stephen Shennan with Durham University, University of Heidelberg, German Mining Museum, Roman- Germanic Commission, and three museums in Serbia: National Museum in Belgrade, Museum in Toplica and Homeland Museum in Priboj on Lim. Belovode, Serbia. The settlement with the world’s earliest metallurgy, at c. 5000 BC. Pločnik, Serbia. A 7000 years old settlement with one of the earliest known copper metal implements in Europe. Jarmovac, Serbia. A prehistoric copper mine, possibly exploited from the 5th millennium BC. Gornja Tuzla, Bosnia. Excavated metallurgical materials from this prehistoric settlement date from the mid 5th millennium BC.
116. Ukraine. Nebelivka Tripillia. Geoarchaeological research at mega-site. Manuel Arroyo-Kalin, led by Professor John Chapman (Durham University).
117. Educckate ‘Knowledge Alliance’ project, pioneering a mentoring system to connect entrepreneurs and students from creative and cultural fields. Sarah Wolferstan and Gai Jorayev (CAA), with a consortium of 11 partners from 7 countries.
118. Heritage Values Network. Dominic Perring (CAA/ASE) with Kalliopi Fouseki of the UCL Centre for Sustainable Heritage and Leiden University, Eindhoven University of Technology, Norwegian Institute for Cultural Heritage Research, and the University of Barcelona.