Mark Pollard

Prof Mark Pollard


Edward Hall Professor of Archaeological Science

Research Laboratory for Archaeology and the History of Art
Dyson Perrins Building, South Parks Rd, Oxford, OX1 3QY


phone: 01865 285228

fax: 01865 285220

email: mark.pollard@rlaha.ox.ac.uk

My research over the past 35 years has encompassed the application of the physical sciences, particularly chemistry, within archaeology, and has included a wide range of topics. It might be summarized under three main headings – the study of archaeological materials, the investigation of biogeochemical processes, and numerical applications in archaeology and palaeoclimatic reconstruction. Each of these has been supported by external research grants, postgraduate studentships, and publications. I have had almost continuous external funding (mostly UK Research Council) since March 1986. The focus of my research has shifted over the period from a relatively straightforward analysis of archaeological materials to more complex questions of process, integration of various sources of information, and the development of numerical methodologies. There is a continuing need to further develop the theoretical underpinning of materials study in archaeology, including methods for the better integration of scientific provenance studies with existing archaeological understanding.

I am a Member of the Royal Society of Chemistry, a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries and a Member of the Oriental Ceramic Society.

Current Research Projects

FLAME (FLow of Ancient Metal across Eurasia): European Research Council Advance Grant 1300505. 2.47MEuro, 1/10/2015-30/9/2020.

Completed projects

'The Past People of Oxfordshire', funded by Higher Education Innovation Funding (HEIF) in partnership with Oxford Archaeology and Oxford City Council.

Mass migration and apartheid in Anglo-Saxon Britain?: an ancient DNA re-evaluation

Leverhulme Trust RPG-388 (Pollard/Hamerow/Bradley) 2 years from 1/1/12.

BookNET: a network for the technological study of the book and manuscript as artefact

AHRC AH/G015309/1 (Pollard, Ovendon, Howell and Neate) Science and Heritage Cluster, 9 months from Jan 2009.

Transition to Ironworking in Ancient Cholcis 

National Geographic Global Exploration Fund GEFNE30-11 (Pollard) for 2012.

Chemical structure and human behaviour: a new model for prehistoric metallurgy

Leverhulme Trust F/08 622/D (Pollard, Gosden, Northover and Bray) 2 years from 1/01/11.

Ancient Cholcis and the Origins of Iron: Field investigations of the earliest iron working in western Georgia 

British Academy SG100285 (Albert Reckitt Archaeology Fund) (Pollard, Gilmour and Johnson) £7,500 from August 2010.

Below the Salt: A study of the human remains and associated material from the salt mine at Chehrabad, Zanjan, Iran

AHRC AH/HO10998/1 (Pollard and Brothwell, University of York) 1/4/2010 for 2 years.

Evaluating Hunter-Gatherer Subsistence Strategies in Late-Glacial Central Italy 

Leverhulme Trust F/00 235/1 (Donahue (University of Bradford), Lee-Thorp, Blockley (RHUL), Pollard and Pellegrini) 3 years from June 2009.

Publications

Journal Articles & Conference Proceedings

2014
Pandey, S.C., Pollard, A.M., Viles, H.A and Tellam, J.H. , (2014), The implications of ion exchange for salt weathering in historic sandstone buildings, Applied Geochemistry 48 176-183.,
Pollard, A.M., Bray, P.J. and Gosden, C, (2014), Is there something missing in scientific provenance studies of prehistoric artefacts?, Antiquity 88 625-631.,
Pryce, T.O., Baron, S., Bellina, B, Bellwood, P., Chang, N., Chattopadhyay, P., Dizon, E., Glover, I.C., Hamilton, E., Higham, C.F.W., Kyaw, A.A., Laychour, V., Natapintu, S., Nguyen, V., Pautreau, J.-P., Pernicka, E., Pigott, V.C., Pollard, A.M., Pottier, C., Reinecke, A., Silapanth, P., Sayavongkhamdy, T., Souksavatdy, V. and White, J. , (2014), More questions than answers: The Southeast Asian Lead Isotope Project 2009-2012., Journal of Archaeological Science 42 273-294,
Shadreck Chirikure, Munyaradzi Manyanga, A. Mark Pollard, Foreman Bandama, Godfrey Mahachi and Innocent Pikirayi , (2014), Zimbabwe culture before Mapungubwe: new evidence from Mapela Hill, south-western Zimbabwe, PLoS One 9, Issue 10, e111224.,
2013
Bonafini, M., Pellegrini, M., Ditchfield, P. and Pollard, A.M. , (2013), Investigation of the ‘Canopy Effect’ in the isotope ecology of temperate woodlands., Journal of Archaeological Science 40 3926-3935.,
Pollard, A.M., (2013), From bells to cannon - the beginnings of archaeological chemistry in the Eighteenth Century, Oxford Journal of Archaeology 32 333-339.,
Shadreck Chirikure, Mark Pollard, Munyaradzi Manyanga and Foreman Bandama , (2013), A Bayesian chronology for Great Zimbabwe: re-threading the sequence of a vandalised monument., Antiquity 87 854–872.,
Shadreck Chirikure, Munyaradzi Manyanga, Innocent Pikirayi and Mark Pollard , (2013), New pathways of sociopolitical complexity in Southern Africa., African Archaeological Review 30 339-366.,
2012
Abolfazl Aali, Aydin Abar, Nicole Boenke, Mark Pollard, Frank Rühli and Thomas Stöllner, (2012), Textiles from the Douzabad salt mine at Chehr Abad, Iran: a technical and contextual study of late pre-Islamic Iranian textiles. , International Journal of Humanities of the Islamic Republic of Iran 19(3) 152-173.,
Bonneau, A., Pearce, D.G. and Pollard, A.M. , (2012), A multi-technique characterization and provenance study of the pigments used in San rock art, South Africa. , Journal of Archaeological Science , 39,287-294
Bray, P.J. and Pollard, A.M., (2012), A new interpretative approach to the chemistry of copper-alloy objects: source, recycling and technology, Antiquity, 86,853-867
Chirikure, S., Manyanga, M. and Pollard, A.M., (2012), When science alone is not enough: radiocarbon timescales, history, ethnographic and elite settlements in southern Africa, Journal of Social Archaeology, 12,356-379
Hadian, M., Good, I. and Pollard, A.M., (2012), Textiles from the Douzabad salt mine at Chehr Abad, Iran: a technical and contextual study of late pre-Islamic Iranian textiles., International Journal of Humanities of the Islamic Republic of Iran 19(3) 152-173.,
Pollard, A.M., (2012), Science, archaeology and the Romans, or 'What has scientific archaeology ever done for the Romans?', Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplementary Series, S91,177-188
Pollard, A.M., (2012), Can the principles of soil organic matter turnover models be applied to archaeological organic material?, Quaternary International, 275,104-111
Pollard, A.M., Davoudi, Hossein, Mostafapour, Iman, Reza Valipour, Hamid, Fazeli Nashli, Hassan , (2012), A new radiocarbon chronology for the Late Neolithic to Iron Age on the Qazvin Plain, Iran. , International Journal of Humanities of the Islamic Republic of Iran 19(3) 110-151.,
Pollard, A.M.; Ditchfield, P.; Piva, E.; Wallis, S.; Falys, C.; and Ford, S., (2012), "Sprouting like Cockle Amongst the Wheat": the St. Brice's Day Massacre and the isotopic analysis of human bones from St, John's College, Oxford., Oxford Journal of Archaeology, 31,83-102
Roberts P., Weston S., Wild B., Boston C., Ditchfield P., Shortland A.J. & Pollard A.M. , (2012), The men of Nelson's navy: A comparative stable isotope dietary study of late 18th century and early 19th century servicemen from Royal Naval Hospital burial grounds at Plymouth and Gosport, England, American Journal of Physical Anthropology , 148,1-10
2011
Bonneau, A., Brock, F., Higham, T., Pearce, D.G., Pollard, A.M., (2011), An improved pretreatment protocol for radiocarbon dating black pigments in San rock art, Radiocarbon, 53 (3),419-428
Neate, S., Decoux, S. and Pollard, A.M., (2011), An investigation of the extent and causes of salt migration in the papyrus and related collections in the Bodleian Library, Restaurator , 32,135–159
Pollard, A.M., (2011), Isotopes and impact: a cautionary tale, Antiquity, 85 ,631-638
Pollard, A.M., Ditchfield, P., Allen, T., Gibson, M., Boston, C., Clough, S. Marquez-Grant, N.and Nicholson, R.A, (2011), ‘These boots were made for walking’: the isotopic analysis of a C4 Roman inhumation from Gravesend, Kent, UK, American Journal of Physical Anthropology , 146,446-456
Pollard, M.P., M. Pellegrini, J.A. Lee-Thorp, (2011), Some observations on the conversion of dental enamel to determine human mobility., American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 145 ,499-504
Pryce, T.O., Pollard, A.M., Pigott, V.C., Martinón-Torres, M., Rehren, Th. and Pernicka E. , (2011), Southeast Asia’s first isotopically-defined prehistoric copper production system: when did extractive metallurgy begin in the Khao Wong Prachan Valley of central Thailand?, Archaeometry, 53,146-163
Pryce, TO., Rauns, M., Chang, N., Pernicka, E., Pollard, A.M., Ramsey, C., Rehren, T., Souksavatdy, V., Sayavingkhamdy, T., (2011), Isotopic and technological variation in prehistoric Southeast Asian primary copper production, Journal of Archaeological Science, xx,1-14
2010
Ramaroli V., Hamilton J., Ditchfield P., Fazeli H., Aali A., Coningham R.A.E. & Pollard A.M. , (2010), The Chehr Abad "Salt men" and the isotopic ecology of humans in ancient Iran, American Journal of Physical Anthropology , 143,343-354
Ramaroli, V., Hamilton, J., Ditchfield, P., Fazeli, H., Aali, A., Coningham. R.A.E. and Pollard, A.M., (2010), The Chehr Abad ‘Salt Men’ and the isotopic ecology of humans in Ancient Iran, American Journal of Physical Anthropology , 143,343–354
Wilson, A.S., Dodson, H.I., Janaway, R.C., Pollard, A.M. and Tobin, D.J, (2010), Evaluating histological methods for assessing hair fibre degradation, Archaeometry, 52 (3) ,467-481
2009
Wen, R. and Pollard, A.M., (2009), Comparative study of cobalt blue pigment on Chinese blue-and-white porcelain and Islamic glazed pottery, 13th – 17th Centuries, in McCarthy, B., Chase, E.S. Cort, L.A., Douglas, J.G. and Jett, P. (eds), Scientific Research on Historic Asian Ceramics, pp 24-32 : Proceedings of Fourth Forbes Symposium at the Freer Gallery of Art
2008
Pollard, A.M., (2008), Prediction of rates of decay of archaeological organic material using soil carbon cycle modelling, in Kars, H. and van Heeringen R.M. (eds.) Preserving Archaeological Remains in situ, pp 55-63 : Proceedings of 3rd Conference, 7-9 December 2006, Amsterdam, Geoarchaeological and Bioarchaeological Studies 10,
Lucy, D., Robertson, I., Aykroyd, R.G. and Pollard, A.M. , (2008), Estimates of uncertainty in the prediction of past climatic variables, Applied Geochemistry, 23,2961–2965
Pollard, A.M. Blockley, S.P.E. & Lane, C.S., (2008), Reply to the comment on "Some numerical considerations in the geochemical analysis of distal microtephra", by Nicholas J.G. Pearce, Charles A. Bendall & John A. Westgate, Applied Geochemistry, 23,1365-1366
Pollard, A.M., Brothwell, D.R., Aali, A., Buckley, S., Fazeli, H., Hadian Dehkordi, M., Holden, T., Jones, A.K.G., Shokouhi, J.J., Vatandoust, R. and Wilson, A.S. , (2008), Below the salt: a preliminary study of the dating and biology of five salt-preserved bodies from Zanjan Province, Iran, Iran , XLVI ,135-150
Stern, B., Lampert Moore, C.D., Heron, C. & Pollard, A.M., (2008), Bulk stable light isotopic ratios in recent and archaeological resins: towards detecting the transport of resins in antiquity?, Archaeometry, 50,350-371
Turney, C.S.M., Blockley, S.P.E., Lowe, J.J., Branch, N.P., Mastrolorenzo, G., Swindle, G., Nathan, R. & Pollard, A.M., (2008), Geochemical characterisation of Quaternary tephras from the Campanian Region, Italy, Quaternary International, 178,288-305
2007
Blockley, S.P.E., Lane, C.S., Lotter, A.F. & Pollard, A.M., (2007), Evidence for the presence of the Vedde Ash in Central Europe, Quaternary Science Reviews, 26,3030-3036
Lowe, J. J., Blockley, S. P. E., Trincardi, F., Asioli, A., Cattaneo, A., Matthews, I. P., Pollard, A.M & Wulf, S., (2007), Age modelling of late Quaternary marine sequences in the Adriatic: towards improved precision and accuracy using volcanic event stratigraphy, Continental Shelf Research, 27,560-582
Pollard, A.M. & Bray, P., (2007), A bicycle made for two? Integration of scientific techniques into archaeological interpretation, Annual Review of Anthropology, 36,245-259
Wen, R., Wang, C.S., Mao, Z.W., Huang, Y.Y. & Pollard, A.M., (2007), The chemical composition of blue pigment on blue-and-white porcelain of the Yuan and Ming Dynasties (AD 1271-1644), Archaeometry, 49,101-115
Wilson, A.S., Dodson, H.I., Janaway, R.C., Pollard, A.M. &Tobin, D.J., (2007), Selective biodegradation in hair shafts derived from archaeological, forensic and experimental contexts, British Journal of Dermatology, 157,450-457
Wilson, A.S., Janaway R.C., Holland A.D., Dodson H.I., Baran, E., Pollard, A.M. & Tobin D.J., (2007), Modelling the buried human body environment in upland climes using three contrasting field sites, Forensic Science International, 169,6-18
2006
Blockley S. P. E., Blockley, S. M., Donahue, R. E., Lane, C. S., Lowe J. J. & Pollard, A. M., (2006), The chronology of abrupt climate change and Late Upper Palaeolithic human adaptation in Europe, Journal of Quaternary Science., 21(5),575-584
Bray, P.J, Blockley, S.P.E., Dadswell, L.F., Coope, G. R., Elias, S.A., Lowe, J.J. & Pollard, A. M., (2006), Refining mutual climatic range (MCR) quantitative estimates of palaeotemperature using ubiquity analysis, Quaternary Science Reviews, 25,1865-1876
Pollard, A. M., Blockley, S.P.E. & Lane, C.S., (2006), Some Numerical Considerations in the Geochemical Analysis of Distal Microtephra, Applied Geochemistry, 21,1692-1714
Pollard, A.M., Wilson, L., Wilson, A.S. & Hall, A.J., (2006), Assessing the influence of agrochemicals on the rate of copper corrosion in the vadose zone of arable land - Part 3: geochemical modelling, Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites, 7,241-260
Wilson, L., Pollard, A.M., Hall, A.J. & Wilson, A.S., (2006), Assessing the influence of agrochemicals on the nature of copper corrosion in the vadose zone of arable land - Part 2: laboratory simulations, Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites, 7,225-239
2005
Blockley, S. P. E., Pyne-O'Donnell, S. D. F., Lowe, J. J., Pollard, A. M., Matthews, I. P., Molyneux, E. G. & Turney, C. S. M., (2005), A new & less destructive laboratory procedure for the physical separation of distal glass tephra shards from sediments, Quaternary Science Reviews, 24,1952-1960
Bray, P.J. & Pollard, A.M., (2005), The underpinnings and consequences of the materiality approach - a comment on Jones (2004), Archaeometry, 47,175-178
Ford, L.A., Pollard, A.M., Coningham, R.A.E. & Stern, B., (2005), A geochemical investigation of the origin of Rouletted and other related South Asian fine wares, Antiquity, 79,909-920
Pollard, A.M., (2005), What is this thing we call archaeology?, British Archaeology, July/August 2005,55
2004
Blockley, S. P. E., Lowe, J. J., Walker, J. J., Asioli, A., Trincardi, F., Coope, G. R., Donahue, R. E. & Pollard, A. M., (2004), Bayesian analysis of radiocarbon chronologies: examples from the European Lateglacial, Journal of Quaternary Science, 19,159-175
Pollard, A.M., Wilson, L., Wilson, A.S. Hall, A.J. & Shiel, R., (2004), Assessing the influence of agrochemicals on the rate of copper corrosion in the vadose zone of able land - Part 1: field experiments, Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites, 6,363-376
Wilson, L. & Pollard A.M., (2004), Evaluating Preservation In Situ: current research investigating diagenetic pathways in selected archaeological materials, using soil solution chemistry and geochemical modelling approaches, in Kars, H. and Burke, E. (eds.) Proceedings of 33rd International Symposium on Archaeometry, 22-26 April 2002, Amsterdam, Geoarchaeological and Bioarchaeological Studies 3, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, ,559-563
2003
Blockley, S. P. E., Donahue, R. E., Pollard, A. M. & Ward K. R., (2003), Establishing Late-glacial & Holocene marine reservoir radiocarbon offsets in the northern North Atlantic: the potential for improving the chronology of Arctic archaeology., Physics in Canada, 59,263-268
Blockley, S.P.E., Donahue, R.E., Pollard, A.M. and Ward, K.R., (2003), Establishing Late-glacial and Holocene marine reservoir radiocarbon offsets in the northern North Atlantic: the potential for improving the chronology of Arctic archaeology, Physics in Canada, 59,263-268
Pollard, A. M., Blockley, S. P. E. & Ward K. R., (2003), Chemical alteration of tephra in the depositional environment: theoretical stability modelling, Journal of Quaternary Science, 18,385-394
Pollard, A.M., Blockley, S.P.E. and Ward, K.R., (2003), Chemical alteration of tephra in the depositional environment: theoretical stability modelling, Journal of Quaternary Science, 18,385-394
Robinson, S., Nicholson, R.A., Pollard, A.M. & O'Connor, T.P., (2003), An evaluation of nitrogen porosimetry as a technique for predicting taphonomic durability in animal bone, Journal of Archaeological Science, 30,391-403
2002
Brody, R.H., Edwards, H.G.M and Pollard, A.M., (2002), Fourier Transform-Raman spectroscopic study of natural resins of archaeological interest, Biopolymers,Biospectroscopy, 67,129-141
Burroni, D., Donahue, R.E., Pollard, A.M. and Mussi, M., (2002), The surface alteration features of flint artefacts as a record of environmental processes, Journal of Archaeological Science, 29,1277-1287
Lucy, D., Aykroyd, R.G. and Pollard, A.M., (2002), Nonparametric calibration for age estimation, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society C, Applied Statistics, 51(2),183-196
Wilson, L. and Pollard, A.M., (2002), Here today, gone tomorrow? Integrated experimention and geochemical modeling in studies of archaeological diagenetic change, Accounts of Chemical Research, 35,644-651
2001
Aykroyd, R.G., Lucy, D., Pollard, A.M., Carter, A.H.C., Robertson, I., (2001), Temporal variability in the strength of proxy-climate correlations, Geophysical Research Letters, 28(8),1559-1562
Brody, R.H., Edwards, H.G.M. and Pollard, A.M., (2001), A study of amber and copal samples using FT-Raman spectroscopy, Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Biomolecular Spectroscopy, 57(6),1325-1338
Brody, R.H., Edwards, H.G.M. and Pollard, A.M., (2001), Chemometric methods applied to the differentiation of FT-Raman spectra of ivories, Analytica Chimica Acta, 427,223-232
Fazeli, H., Coningham, R.A.E. and Pollard, A.M., (2001), Chemical characterization of Late Neolithic and Chalcolithic pottery from the Tehran Plain, Iran, Iran, XXXIX,1-17
2000
Blockley, S.P.E., Donahue, R.E. & Pollard, A.M., (2000), Radiocarbon calibration & Late Glacial occupation in Northwest Europe, Antiquity, 74,112-121
Blockley, S.P.E., Donahue, R.E. & Pollard, A.M., (2000), Rapid human response to Late Glacial climate change: a reply to Housley et al., Antiquity, 74,427-428

Published Books

2011
Neate S., Ovenden, R., Howell, D. and Pollard, A.M. (eds.) , (2011), The Technological Study of Books and Manuscripts as Artefacts, BAR S2209. Archaeopress: Oxford
2008
Pollard, A.M & Heron, C., (2008), Archaeological Chemistry (revised ed.), Royal Society of Chemistry: Cambridge
2007
Pollard, M., Batt, C., Stern, B. & Young, S.M.M., (2007), Analytical Chemistry in Archaeology, Cambridge University Press
2001
Brothwell, D.R & Pollard, A.M. (eds.), (2001), Handbook of Archaeological Sciences., John Wiley and Sons: Chichester

Contributions to Edited Books

2014
Pollard, A.M. and Bray, P., (2014), The Archaeological Bazaar: Scientific methods for sale? Or: ‘Putting the ‘Arch-’ back into Archaeometry.: in “Wylie A. and Chapman, R. (eds.) Material Evidence: Learning from Archaeological Practice”, pp 113-127, Routledge.
Pollard, A.M. and Bray, P., (2014), Chemical and isotopic studies of ancient metals.: in “Roberts B.W. and Thornton C.P. (eds.) A Global Perspective in Early Metallurgy”, pp 217-237, Springer: New York.
2013
Fazeli, H., Coningham, R.A.E., Marghussian, A., Manuel, M.J., Azizi, H. and Pollard, A.M., (2013), Mapping the Neolithic occupation of the Kashan, Tehran and Qazvin Plains: in “The Neolithisation of Iran: the formation of new societies. Matthews, R and Fazeli Nashli, H (eds.).”, pp 114-135, Oxford: Oxbow Books.
Pollard, A.M., (2013), “Comin’ in on a Wing and a Prayer”: Archaeological Chemistry Since 1790.: in “Armitage, R.A. and Burton, J.H. (eds.) Archaeological Chemistry VIII, American Chemical Society Vol. 1147”, pp 451-459, American Chemical Society, Washington DC.
2011
Neate, S. and Pollard, A.M., (2011), Principles and methods of analysis in archaeological and manuscript studies: in “Neate S., Ovenden, R., Howell, D. and Pollard, A.M. (eds.) The Technological Study of Books and Manuscripts as Artefacts”, pp 17-23, BAR S2209, Archaeopress: Oxford,.
Pollard, A.M. , (2011), Scientific approaches to dating historical documents: in “Neate S., Ovenden, R., Howell, D. and Pollard, A.M. (eds.) The Technological Study of Books and Manuscripts as Artefacts”, pp 91-100, BAR S2209, Archaeopress: Oxford.
Pollard, A.M. and Brock, F. , (2011), Provenancing parchment, leather and paper using stable isotope studies: in “Neate S., Ovenden, R., Howell, D. and Pollard, A.M. (eds.) The Technological Study of Books and Manuscripts as Artefacts.”, pp 85-90, BAR S2209, Archaeopress: Oxford.
2009
Pollard, A.M. , (2009), Measuring the Passage of Time: achievements and challenges in archaeological dating: in “Oxford Handbook of Archaeology, B. Cunliffe, C. Gosden and R. Joyce (eds)”, pp 145-168, OUP.
Pollard, A.M. , (2009), What a Long Strange Trip It’s Been: lead isotopes in archaeology. : in “From Mine to Microscope – Advances in the Study of Ancient Technology; Shortland A J., Freestone, I. C., and. Rehren, T., (eds.)”, pp 181-189, Oxbow Books, Oxford.
2008
Pollard, M. , (2008), The brass object from Taumako: in “Leach, B.F. and Davidson, J.M. (eds.), The Archaeology of Taumako”, pp 483-485, New Zealand Journal of Archaeology Special Publication.
2007
Wilson, A.S., Richards, M.P., Stern, B., Janaway, R.C., Pollard, A.M. & Tobin, D.J., (2007), Information about Grauballe Man from his hair: in “Asingh, P. and Lynnerup, N. (eds.) Grauballe Man: an Iron Age bog body revisited”, pp , Jutland Archaeological Society, Moesgaard, Denmark.
2005
Coningham, R., Cooper, R. and Pollard, M., (2005), What value a unicorn's horn? A study of archaeological uniqueness and value: in “Scarre, C. i& Scarre, G. (eds.) The Ethics of Archaeology: Philosophical Perspectives on the Practice of Archaeology”, pp 260-272, Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.
2004
Pollard, A.M., (2004), Putting infinity up on trial: a consideration of the role of scientific thinking in future archaeologies: in “Bintliff, J. (ed.) A Companion to Archaeology.”, pp 380-396, Blackwells,Oxford.
2001
Brothwell, D.R. and Pollard, A.M., (2001), Archaeological science: a current perspective: in “Brothwell, D.R. and Pollard, A.M. (eds.) Handbook of Archaeological Sciences.”, pp xvii-xx, John Wiley and Sons: Chichester.
Pollard, A.M., (2001), Archaeological science in the biomolecular century: in “Brothwell, D.R. and Pollard, A.M. (eds.) Handbook of Archaeological Sciences.”, pp 295-299, John Wiley and Sons: Chichester.
Pollard, A.M. and Wilson, L., (2001), Global biogeochemical cycles and isotope systematics - how the world works: in “Brothwell, D.R. and Pollard, A.M. (eds.) Handbook of Archaeological Sciences.”, pp , John Wiley and Sons: Chichester.
Wilson, L. and Pollard, A.M., (2001), The provenance hypothesis: in “Brothwell, D.R. and Pollard, A.M. (eds.) Handbook of Archaeological Sciences.”, pp 507-517, John Wiley and Sons: Chichester.
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