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    Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
    1999Early castles and rural settlement patterns: insights from Yorkshire and the East Midlands  Creighton, O.H
    1999Early Castles in the Medieval Landscape of Rutland  Creighton, O.H
    19 January 2018Early iron objects of southwest China: a case study of iron objects excavated from Qiaogoutou cemetery site, Sichuan Province  Juleff, G; Li, Y; Li, Y; et al.
    1997Early Leicestershire castles: archaeology and landscape history  Creighton, O.H
    1991Early planned landscapes in South-East Essex  Rippon, Stephen
    2001Economic anatomy, element abundance and optimality: A new way of examining hunters’ bone transportation choices  Outram, Alan K
    2001Egypt and Nubia  Morkot, Robert
    2009Egypt’s Nile-Red Sea canals: chronology, location, seasonality and function  Cooper, John P.
    1997El Procés D’Abandonament dels Corrals al Terme de Famorca: una Anàlisi Ethnoarqueològica del seu Efecte Sobre el Conjunt Material  Creighton, O.H; Segui, J.R
    2007Emerging regional variation in historic landscape character: the possible significance of the 'Long Eighth Century'  Rippon, Stephen
    2004English Heritage Wetlands Strategy  Van de Noort, Robert; Fletcher, William; Thomas, Gavin
    1998Environment and Land Use in the Wadi Faynan, Southern Jordan: the Second Season of Geoarchaeology and Landscape Archaeology (1997)  Barker, G.W; Adams, R; Creighton, O.H; et al.
    1999Environment and Land Use in the Wadi Faynan, Southern Jordan: the Third Season of Geoarchaeology and Landscape Archaeology (1998)  Barker, G.W; Adams, R; Creighton, O.H; et al.
    1996Essex c.700 - 1066  Rippon, Stephen
    9 October 2017Evidence for mid-Holocene rice domestication in the Americas  Hilbert, L; Neves, EG; Pugliese, F; et al.
    2011Evidence for Prehistoric Salt Extraction Rediscovered in the Hungarian Central Mining Museum  Harding, Anthony; Szemán, Attila
    2001Experimente zur handgeformten awarenzeitlichen Keramik von Zillingtal, Burgenland (Experiments Related to the Hand-Modelled Ceramics of the Avar Period from Zillingtal, Burgenland)  Herold, Hajnalka