Sheffield Centre for Archaeobotany and ancient Land-usE - PhD Dissertations

Candidate

Date

Title

Supervisors

Gemma Martin

present

Functional Attributes as a Tool for Understanding the Process of Cereal and Pulse Domestication

Prof. G. Jones and Dr C. Osborne (APS)

Tudor Davies

2015

Early Medieval Llyn Tegidian environmental landscape study

Dr G. Ayala and Dr B. Johnston

Catherine Longford

2015

Plant economy of the Kura-Araxes: Subsistence in the Highlands of Eastern Anatolia and Transcaucasia from the Late Chalcolithic to Middle Bronze Age

Prof. G. Jones and Dr M. Charles

Thomas Kluyver

2014

Crop Domestication: a global evolutionary approach to the origins of agriculture

Dr C. Osborne (APS), Prof G. Jones and Dr M. Charles

Danielle de Carle

2014

Changing Arable Subsistence in Bronze and Iron Age South West Britain

Dr M. Charles and Prof. G. Jones

Craig Appley

2012

The Geoarchaeology and Palaeoenviroment of Furness, Cumbria

Dr G. Ayala

Michael Wallace

2011

Crop Watering Practices in the Neolithic and Bronze Age: the Stable Carbon Isotope Approach

Prof G. Jones, Dr M. Charles

Jennifer Cunniff

2009

The roles of atmospheric carbon dioxide and plant ecological traits in the origin of agriculture

Dr C. Osborne (APS), Dr M. Charles and Prof G. Jones

Joanna Bending

2007

The economy of the Norse settlement of the North Atlantic islands and its environmental impact : an archaeobotanical assessment

Prof G. Jones, Dr M. Charles

Tim Mills

2007

A study of European cereal frequency change during the Iron Age and Roman periods

Prof G. Jones, Dr M. Charles

Mette Marie Hald

2006

Agricultural developments in northern Mesopotamia in the Uruk period

Prof G. Jones, Dr M. Charles

Alison Hynd

2003

Higher taxonomic groups : their usefulness for the ecological interpretation of ancient plant remains

Prof G. Jones, Dr M. Charles

Amy Bogaard

2003

The permanence, intensity and seasonality of early crop cultivation in Western-Central Europe

Prof G. Jones, Dr M. Charles

Soultana Maria Valamoti

2001

Archaeobotanical investigation of late neolithic and early Bronze Age agriculture and plant exploitation in Northern Greece

Prof G. Jones

Sue Colledge

2001

Plant exploitation on epipalaeolithic and early neolithic sites in the Levant

Prof G. Jones, Dr M. Charles

Chantelle HoppeĢ

1999

A thousand years of farming: agricultural practices from the Byzantine to early Ottoman period at Khirbet Faris, the Kerak Plateau, Jordan.

Prof G. Jones, Dr M. Charles

Helen Smith

1998

Middening in the Outer Hebrides : an ethnoarchaeological investigation

Prof G. Jones

Carol Palmer

1998

Crop husbandry practices in the Mediterranean zone and their implications for ancient agriculture

Prof G. Jones

Marijke van der Veen

1990

Arable farming in North East England during the later prehistoric and Roman period : an archaeobotanical perspective.

Prof G. Jones, Dr Dare Gulbeatsin