UCL Institute of Archaeology PhD Series

The aim of this series is to offer rapid publication of largely unaltered PhD theses. It covers the full range of subject areas studied at the Institute, including world archaeology, archaeological science, cultural heritage, conservation and museum studies. It makes data, analyses and interpretation available promptly to a wide audience.

The UCL Institute of Archaeology is one of the oldest, largest and most prestigious archaeology research facilities in the world. Its extensive publications programme includes the best theory, research, pedagogy and reference materials in archaeology, cultural heritage and cognate disciplines. Through its publications, which also include a General Series and a Critical Cultural Heritage Series, and a number of associated journals, the Institute brings together key areas of theoretical and substantive knowledge, improves archaeological and heritage practice and brings archaeological findings to the general public, researchers and practitioners.

£45.00
Author:
Hana Lewis
Publication Year:
2019
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781407317014
Paperback:
286 pages, Illustrated throughout in colour and black and white. 80 tables, 274 figures (44 in colour), With additional material online (appendices).
Sub-series name:
UCL Institute of Archaeology PhD Series, 1
BAR number:
B649
The research presented in this book advances scholarship on Anglo-Saxon non-elite rural settlements through the analysis of material culture. Forty-four... More
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£47.00
Author:
Susan E. Poole
Publication Year:
2020
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781407354286
Paperback:
202 pages, Illustrated throughout in colour and black and white. 4 tables, 209 figures. With additional material online (Appendices I, II and III, additional tables and illustration of Part II)
Sub-series name:
UCL Institute of Archaeology PhD Series, 3
BAR number:
S2980
This monograph analyses human figures that appear in Aegean Bronze Age art, considering the roles and relations between genders, and interpreting... More
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Ancient Maya Settlement and the Alacranes Bajo
Landscape and Communities in the Three Rivers Region, Northwestern Belize
£54.00
Author:
Gail A Hammond
Publication Year:
2019
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781407355986
Paperback:
288 pages, Illustrated throughout in colour and black and white. 46 tables, 340 figures. With additional material online (Appendix).
Sub-series name:
UCL Institute of Archaeology PhD Series, 2
BAR number:
S2956
Sub Title:
Landscape and Communities in the Three Rivers Region, Northwestern Belize
This work represents the archaeological investigation of a distinctive zone of the Three Rivers Region (TRR) of far northwestern Belize. The zone is... More
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On the Hunt for Medieval Whales
Zooarchaeological, historical and social perspectives on cetacean exploitation in medieval northern and western Europe
£59.00
Author:
Youri van den Hurk
Publication Year:
2020
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781407357201
Paperback:
256 pages, Illustrated throughout in colour and black and white. 8 tables, 90 figures.
Sub-series name:
UCL Institute of Archaeology PhD Series, 4
BAR number:
S2998
Sub Title:
Zooarchaeological, historical and social perspectives on cetacean exploitation in medieval northern and western Europe
Medieval cetacean (whales, dolphins, and porpoises) exploitation has frequently been connected to various medieval societies, including the Basques, Norse,... More
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COMING SOON: Making a Medieval Stained Glass Window
An archaeometric study of technology and production
£61.00
Authors:
Laura W Adlington
Publication Year:
2022
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781407358505
Paperback:
260 pages
Sub-series name:
UCL Institute of Archaeology PhD Series, 5
DOI:
https://doi.org/10.30861/9781407359137
Sub Title:
An archaeometric study of technology and production
Medieval stained glass windows are relatively untapped sources of information about medieval technology and production, because their architectural context... More
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Land, People and Power in Early Medieval Wales
The cantref of Cemais in comparative perspective
£79.00
Author:
Rhiannon Comeau
Publication Year:
2020
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781407357126
Paperback:
384 pages, With additional material online. Illustrated throughout in colour and black & white. 30 tables and 79 figures
Sub-series name:
UCL Institute of Archaeology PhD Series, 5
BAR number:
B659
Sub Title:
The cantref of Cemais in comparative perspective
This is a study of the seasonal activity cycles of a pre-urban society, examined through the lens of an early medieval Welsh case study. It considers the... More
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