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  • Violent images of queenship and the royal cult 

    Morkot, RG (Department of Egyptology, University College London, 1986)
  • The Wadi Faynan Project, Southern Jordan: a Preliminary Report on Geomorphology and Landscape Archaeology 

    Barker, G.W; Creighton, O.H; Gilbertson, D.D; Hunt, C.O; Mattingley, D.J; McLaren, S.J; Thomas, D.C; Morgan, G.C (Council for British Research in the Levant (CBRL), 1997)
    The Wadi Faynan Project of the British Institute at Amman for Archaeology and History (BIAAH) has as its principal objective the provision of a detailed case study in the relationship between environmental change and human ...
  • The Wallingford Burh to Borough Research Project 

    Creighton, O.H; Christie, N; O'Sullivan, D; Hamerow, H (Medieval Settlement Research Group, 2002)
  • Water and wetlands in medieval estate management: Glastonbury Abbey, Meare and the Somerset Levels in South West England 

    Rippon, Stephen (Institute of Archaeology, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Prague, 2005)
    Concern over climate change and rising sea level, coupled with recent extensive flooding across Europe, reminds us that wetlands, ranging from extensive coastal marshes to inland river floodplains, still dominate the ...
  • Wetland habitats, their resource potential and exploitation. A case study from the Humber wetlands. 

    Dinnin, Mark; Van de Noort, Robert (WARP (Wetland Archaeology Research Project), 1999)
    The notion that wetlands are among the most productive environments in the world is widely quoted, but its relationship with the exploitation of wetland ecosystems during the prehistoric and early historic period has been ...
  • Where are Yorkshire’s terps? Wetland exploitation in the early medieval period 

    Van de Noort, Robert (Oxbow Books, 2000)
    [FIRST PARAGRAPH] Where are the terps in Yorkshire, or for that matter where is any other evidence of exploitation of the wetlands in the early medieval period? Archaeological evidence remains largely elusive for the period ...
  • Widespread exploitation of the honeybee by early Neolithic farmers. 

    Roffet-Salque, M; Regert, M; Evershed, RP; Outram, Alan K; Cramp, LJ; Decavallas, O; Dunne, J; Gerbault, P; Mileto, S; Mirabaud, S; Pääkkönen, M; Smyth, J; Šoberl, L; Whelton, HL; Alday-Ruiz, A; Asplund, H; Bartkowiak, M; Bayer-Niemeier, E; Belhouchet, L; Bernardini, F; Budja, M; Cooney, G; Cubas, M; Danaher, EM; Diniz, M; Domboróczki, L; Fabbri, C; González-Urquijo, JE; Guilaine, J; Hachi, S; Hartwell, BN; Hofmann, D; Hohle, I; Ibáñez, JJ; Karul, N; Kherbouche, F; Kiely, J; Kotsakis, K; Lueth, F; Mallory, JP; Manen, C; Marciniak, A; Maurice-Chabard, B; McGonigle, MA; Mulazzani, S; Özdoğan, M; Perić, OS; Perić, SR; Petrasch, J; Pétrequin, AM; Pétrequin, P; Poensgen, U; Pollard, CJ; Poplin, F; Radi, G; Stadler, P; Stäuble, H; Tasić, N; Urem-Kotsou, D; Vuković, JB; Walsh, F; Whittle, A; Wolfram, S; Zapata-Peña, L; Zoughlami, J (Nature Publishing Group, 2015-11-12)
    The pressures on honeybee (Apis mellifera) populations, resulting from threats by modern pesticides, parasites, predators and diseases, have raised awareness of the economic importance and critical role this insect plays ...