School of Archaeology Graduate Students

Christopher Adamson
DPhil Classical Archaeology
St Cross College
christopher.adamson@stx.ox.ac.uk
Identity and Society within Landscapes of Memory: Iron Age Cult at Bronze Age Ruins (1000-700 BC)

Jamie Anderson
DPhil Archaeological Science
Hertford College
jamie.anderson@hertford.ox.ac.uk
Human and Environmental Change at North Atlantic Coastal Settlements, ca AD900-1800: A chronological perspective

Charlie Arthur
DPhil Archaeology
Merton College
charles.arthur@merton.ox.ac.uk
The social world of hunter-gatherers in Early Holocene Lesotho: Integrating Theory and Method

Alexander Aston
DPhil Archaeology
Keble College
alexander.aston@keble.ox.ac.uk
Inequality and the Metaplastic Niche: Material Engagement Theory and the Keros-Syros Culture of the Early Cyclades

Blagovesta Atanassova
DPhil Classical Archaeology
Lincoln College
blagovesta.atanassova@lincoln.ox.ac.uk
Thracian Funerary Architecture and Intercultural Discourse in the Eastern Mediterranean (5th-3rd centuries BC)

Foteini Athanasiadou
MLitt Archaeology
Somerville College
foteini.athanasiadou@some.ox.ac.uk
The development of the Attic Black figure in time and space: Investigating the purposes and the ideological meaning of black-figure pottery in Attica and Etruria through the archaeological and historical context of the late 7th and early 6th century

Konogan Beaufay
DPhil Classical Archaeology
Lincoln College
konogan.beaufay@lincoln.ox.ac.uk
The Roman Public Baths of Central Italy during the Imperial period: a study in design and construction

Lorena Becerra Valdivia
DPhil Archaeological Science
Merton College
lorena.becerravaldivia@merton.ox.ac.uk
Chronometric investigation of the peopling of the American continent

Taylor Bennett
DPhil Archaeological Science
Wolfson College
taylor.bennett@wolfson.ox.ac.uk
Applications of Computational and Spectral Imaging for Epigraphy

Julia Binnberg
DPhil Classical Archaeology
Merton College
julia.binnberg@merton.ox.ac.uk
Birds in the Aegean Bronze Age

Anna Blomley
DPhil Classical Archaeology
Corpus Christi College
anna.blomley@ccc.ox.ac.uk
Fortifications in the Argolid between the 8th century and 146 BC

Ivan Bonchev
DPhil Classical Archaeology
St Cross College
ivan.bonchev@stx.ox.ac.uk
The Monetary Circulation of Moesia Inferior from the beginning of the 2nd Century AD to the end of the 3rd Century AD

Gautam Bondada
DPhil Archaeology
Jesus College
gautam.bondada@jesus.ox.ac.uk
Indo-Mediterranean contact and its relevance to India: 1st century BCE to 6th century CE

Daniela Boos Pedroza
DPhil Archaeological Science
St Hugh's College
daniela.boospedroza@st-hughs.ox.ac.uk
Oxygen-18 as Tracers of Copper Corrosion in the Atmosphere and Soil Environment: A Geographic Study on Brochanite and Malachite Formations on Historic and Archaeological Material

Izumi Braddick
DPhil Archaeology
St Cross College
izumi.braddick@stx.ox.ac.uk
To Fight or Not To Fight? Assessing the Prevalence of Violence among the Hunter-Gatherer Jomon of Japan

Fiona Bradshaw
DPhil Archaeological Science
Wolfson College
fiona.bradshaw@wolfson.ox.ac.uk
Exploitation, Technology and Function of Plant Resin in Oceania: Molecular Analysis of Ethnographic Museum Artefacts and their Archaeological Implications

Tansy Branscombe
DPhil Archaeological Science
Brasenose College
tansy.branscombe@bnc.ox.ac.uk
Human ecology in the early Holocene

Lisa Briggs
DPhil Archaeological Science
Somerville College
elizabeth.briggs@some.ox.ac.uk
DNA from the Wine Dark Sea - Examining the efficacy of extracting ancient DNA from the ceramic matrix of transport vessels from shipwreck contexts

Maggie Burr
DPhil Classical Archaeology
Christ Church College
margaret.burr@chch.ox.ac.uk
Material living standards in rural Roman Britain

Katie Campbell
DPhil Archaeology
Brasenose College
katie.campbell@bnc.ox.ac.uk
Cities and the Mongol Conquest: Urban Change in Central Asia from 1200-1400

Luciana da Costa Carvalho
DPhil Archaeological Science
Linacre College
luciana.carvalho@linacre.ox.ac.uk
Recovery and analysis of organic residues from archaeological metal objects

Ying Chen
DPhil Archaeology
St Peter's College
ying.chen@spc.ox.ac.uk
Engraving in Caves and Mountains: Buddhist inscriptions in China from sixth to eighth century AD

Alice Cheng
DPhil Archaeology
Merton College
yu.cheng@merton.ox.ac.uk
The Zhou identity: its construction, perception and development in the early Western Zhou (1045-978 B.C.)

Ying-Ching Chou
DPhil Archaeology
Wolfson College
ying-ching.chou@wolfson.ox.ac.uk
The Imperial Packaging as revealing categorization and status in the Chinese Qing dynasty (1644-1911)

Matthew Cook
DPhil Archaeology
Wadham College
matthew.cook@wadham.ox.ac.uk
Early Chinese Metallurgy: The Significance of Cultural Interaction between China and Eurasia and the Application of Agency and Practice Theory

Penny Coombe
DPhil Classical Archaeology
Wolfson College
penny.coombe@wolfson.ox.ac.uk
Figural sculpture in Roman Britain and its Continental relationships: stone carving at the edge of Empire

Steve Crabb
DPhil Archaeological Science
Hertford College
steven.crabb@hertford.ox.ac.uk
How did the iron industry in Southern Britain change from the Iron Age to the Roman period?

Patrick Cuthbertson
DPhil Archaeology
St Cross College
patrick.cuthbertson@stx.ox.ac.uk
Hominins in Lower-Middle Pleistocene Central Asia: a Landscape-based approach to assessing the earliest possible dispersal and occupation

Dominic Dalglish
DPhil Classical Archaeology
Wolfson College
dominic.dalglish@wolfson.ox.ac.uk
Apollo-Mithras and Jupiter Dolichenus: forming gods in Commagene and the Roman Empire from the first century BC to the third century AD

Evgenia Dammer
DPhil Archaeology
St Hugh's College
evgenia.dammer@st-hughs.ox.ac.uk
Ceramic Traditions of Early Northern China: Painted Pottery in Context

Sam Derbyshire
DPhil Archaeology
Queen's College
samuel.derbyshire@queens.ox.ac.uk
Trade, development and resilience: An archaeology of contemporary livelihoods in Turkana, Northern Kenya

Abigail Desmond
DPhil Archaeology
Hertford College
abigail.desmond@hertford.ox.ac.uk
A Chaîne Opératoire Approach to Iberomaurusian Bone Tools

Charlotte Diffey
DPhil Archaeology
Wolfson College
charlotte.diffey@wolfson.ox.ac.uk
Feeding the City: a comparative study of agricultural production in Bronze Age urban systems of the eastern Mediterranean

Antony Dimopoulos
DPhil Archaeological Science
Hertford College
evangelos-antonios.dimopoulos@hertford.ox.ac.uk
Species identification methods based on ancient DNA

Otone Doi
DPhil Classical Archaeology
Lincoln College
otone.doi@lincoln.ox.ac.uk
Framing the Vase: The modern reception of ancient Greek pottery in museums

Robert Downes
DPhil Archaeology
Linacre College
robert.downes@linacre.ox.ac.uk
Archaeometallurgy. Identifying materials extraneous to the ore that contribute towards the chemical enrichment of slags, slag inclusions and iron

Xuying Du
DPhil Archaeology
Linacre College
xuying.du@linacre.ox.ac.uk
A post-excavation analysis of jades excavated from Fu Hao's tomb: The Queen's Jades: An Inquiry into the Agency of Material Culture

Jessica Dunham
DPhil Archaeology
St Cross College
jessica.dunham@stx.ox.ac.uk
Remnants of a Roman Past: the reuse of Roman objects in early Anglo-Saxon graves, c. AD 5th-7th centuries

Antonia Edwards-Freshwater
DPhil Archaeology
Wolfson College
antonia.edwards-freshwater@wolfson.ox.ac.uk
Interaction spheres and cylinder seals: an examination of the archaeological and historical approaches to seals and seal impressions in light of a case study of the Hamrin and Diyala sites throughout the Early Dynastic Periods (c. 2900-2350 BC)

Nesrin Elgaly
DPhil Archaeology
Worcester College
nesreen.elgaly@worc.ox.ac.uk
Maritime Archaeology, Characteristics of Ancient Egyptian Ship and Boat Models

Jiemin Fang
DPhil Archaeology
Harris Manchester College
jiemin.fang@hmc.ox.ac.uk
Forging Bonds: The role of gold and silver in high-status of Eastern Eurasia, 6th to 9th centuries

Nora Farber
DPhil Archaeological Science
St Peter's College
eleanor.farber@spc.ox.ac.uk
Life at a Crossroads: Exploring Medieval Health, Diet and Migration at Stoke Quay, Ipswich

Lindsay Fricker
DPhil Archaeology
Linacre College
lindsay.fricker@linacre.ox.ac.uk
Contemporary themes in coastal archaeology: British seaside piers

Ying Tung Fung
DPhil Archaeology
St Cross College
ying-tung.fung@stx.ox.ac.uk
Cultural interaction between West Eurasia and the Central Plains of China: the significance of the movement of animals, ideas and material culture in northern China (3000-1000BC)

Martin Gallagher
DPhil Archaeology
Wolfson College
martin.gallagher@wolfson.ox.ac.uk
Macedonian Urbanism? Cities, public building, and the character of political space in Macedonia, ca. 350-150 BC

Nicholas Gani
DPhil Archaeology
Linacre College
nicholas.gani@linacre.ox.ac.uk
Changing Meanings of Monuments in the Highlands of Central Borneo

Jonathan Goldner-Jacobs
DPhil Archaeology
St John's College
jonathan.goldner@sjc.ox.ac.uk
The Spirit of Engagement: Assembling the Sensorium in Innu Canoe Building

Alexis Gorby
DPhil Classical Archaeology
St John's College
alexis.gorby@sjc.ox.ac.uk
The Social Life of Late Antique Sarcophagi: Location, Audience, and Meaning

Brecht Govaerts
DPhil Archaeology
St Cross College
brecht.govaerts@stx.ox.ac.uk
Art and Archaeology: Towards an Ontology of Prehistoric and Contemporary Art

Laura Green
DPhil Archaeology
St Cross College
laura.green@stx.ox.ac.uk
Assessing the nature of early farming in Neolithic Western Asia: a functional ecological approach to emerging arable weeds

Katherine Halcrow
DPhil Classical Archaeology
Lincoln College
katherine.halcrow@lincoln.ox.ac.uk
Roman Nymphaea: Architecture, Networks, and Itinerary

John Harries
DPhil Archaeology
Keble College
john.harries@keble.ox.ac.uk
Affect and materiality in therapeutic spaces. A contemporary archaeology of hospices

Yushen He
DPhil Archaeological Science
Linacre College
yushen.he@linacre.ox.ac.uk
The identification of natural organic components in the construction materials of ancient sites in China

Kira Hopkins
DPhil Classical Archaeology
Lincoln College
kira.hopkins@lincoln.ox.ac.uk
The Archaeology of Power in Archaic Greece: A Holistic Approach to the Study of Power and Society

Rachel Hopkins
DPhil Archaeological Science
Wolfson College
rachel.hopkins@wolfson.ox.ac.uk
A Matter of Time – Towards an Absolute Chronology for the Middle-Upper Palaeolithic Biocultural Shift along the Danube Fluvial Corridor

Philly Howarth
DPhil Archaeological Science
Linacre College
philippa.howarth@linacre.ox.ac.uk
Copper and Copper Alloys in Ancient Anatolia and the Near East

Anthony Huan
DPhil Archaeology
St Hugh's College
limin.huan@st-hughs.ox.ac.uk
Early Stage of Metallurgy in Late Prehistoric China

Gabrielle Hughes
DPhil Archaeology
Wadham College
kathy-anne.hughes@wadham.ox.ac.uk
Tradigital Knowledge? Indigenous Video Games, Copyright, and the Protection of Traditional Knowledge

Danielle Hum
DPhil Archaeology
St Cross College
danielle.hum@stx.ox.ac.uk
The effects of cross-cultural interactions on breeding and domestication programs of pack animals in the Hexi Corridor

Achilles Iasonos
DPhil Archaeology
St Hugh's College
achilleas.iasonos@st-hughs.ox.ac.uk
Deep-Sea Archaeology in the Exclusive Economic Zone of Cyprus

Stylianos Ieremias
DPhil Classical Archaeology
Lincoln College
stylianos.ieremias@lincoln.ox.ac.uk
The Hellenistic Terracottas from Demetrias

Evan Irving-Pease
DPhil Archaeological Science
St Hugh's College
evan.irving-pease@st-hughs.ox.ac.uk
The Evolution of Animal Domestication: Integrating ancient and modern DNA using bioinformatics and population genetics

Ken Ishikawa
DPhil Archaeology
Wolfson College
ken.ishikawa@wolfson.ox.ac.uk
The geographical and chronological contextualisation of Buddhist rock-cut caves during the Western Ksatrapa period in Gujarat

Eileen Jacob
DPhil Archaeological Science
Merton College
eileen.jacob@merton.ox.ac.uk
Radiocarbon dating Late Pleistocene megafauna in southern Europe

Alexandra Jamieson
DPhil Archaeological Science
St Anne's College
alexandra.jamieson@st-annes.ox.ac.uk
Understanding past human movements through an ancient DNA study of small mammals moved around the globe by our ancestors

Klint Janulis
DPhil Archaeology
St Cross College
klint.janulis@stx.ox.ac.uk
'Thinking Traps Through Time' How Middle Stone Age Trapping Technologies may have shaped Human Cognition

Jelena Jaric
DPhil Archaeology
St Cross College
jelena.jaric@stx.ox.ac.uk
Warfare and Urban Transformation in the Late Antique Central Balkans (late 3rd - early 7th c. AD)

Hugh Jeffery
DPhil Classical Archaeology
Lincoln College
hugh.jeffery@lincoln.ox.ac.uk
The Archaeology of Middle Byzantine Aphrodisias

Rosemary Jeffreys
DPhil Classical Archaeology
Lincoln College
rosemary.jeffreys@lincoln.ox.ac.uk
Gilded wreaths from the Late Classical and Hellenistic Periods

Shengpeng Jiang
DPhil Archaeological Science
Linacre College
shengpeng.jiang@linacre.ox.ac.uk
Interaction of dietary between northwest China and the Central Plains area

Alexandra Johnson
DPhil Archaeology
St Cross College
alexandra.johnson@stx.ox.ac.uk
Diet and Health in a time of transition: Pictish and Viking age Orkney

Eleni Karouzou
DPhil Archaeology
Lincoln College
eleni.karouzou@lincoln.ox.ac.uk
Thessaly: From the Late Bronze Age to the Early Iron Age (c. 1200-700)

Rebecca Kearney
DPhil Archaeological Science
St Anne's College
rebecca.kearney@st-annes.ox.ac.uk
Understanding rapid climate change through reducing chronological uncertainty

Hyunyoung Kim
DPhil Archaeological Science
Hertford College
hyunyoung.kim@hertford.ox.ac.uk
The agricultural economies of early urban systems in the northern Fertile Crescent

Julia Kotthaus
DPhil Archaeology
Wadham College
julia.kotthaus@wadham.ox.ac.uk
Between the Caves and the Sea: the Lateglacial occupation of the English East Midlands

Deborah Koussiounelos
DPhil Classical Archaeology
Wolfson College
deborah.koussiounelos@wolfson.ox.ac.uk
LBA and EIA Messenia and Laconia: Social organisation and contacts within the Aegean and the Mediterranean

Juan Latorre-Ruiz
DPhil Archaeology
St Cross College
juan.latorre-ruiz@stx.ox.ac.uk
The Bay of Biscay as a sphere of interaction in the Bronze Age: travelling ideas and metalwork between north Iberia and western France

Bo Lee
DPhil Archaeological Science
Linacre College
boyoung.lee@linacre.ox.ac.uk
Untangled: Species identification of silks with Protein mass spectrometry

Ariel Levine
DPhil Classical Archaeology
Lincoln College
ariel.levine@lincoln.ox.ac.uk
Attic Black and Red-Figure Pottery in the Southern Levant

Peining Li
DPhil Archaeology
Linacre College
peining.li@linacre.ox.ac.uk
The Ceramic Trade between China and Southeast Asia during the Song Dynasty (960-1279)

Swii yii Lim
DPhil Archaeology
Merton College
swii.lim@merton.ox.ac.uk
The Roman Army in Dacia: Organisation and Connectivity in a Mining Province

Lily Liu
DPhil Archaeology
Linacre College
li-chia.liu@linacre.ox.ac.uk
Brick Tombs in the Sichuan Basin during the Eastern Han Period (25-220AD): Regional Identity and Cultural Fusion

Liisa Loog
DPhil Archaeological Science
Linacre College
liisa.loog@linacre.ox.ac.uk
Discovering Domestication Processes Through Spatial Modelling and Ancient DNA

Sam Lunn-Rockliffe
DPhil Archaeology
St Hugh's College
samuel.lunn-rockliffe@st-hughs.ox.ac.uk
Connecting Past and Present: Sengwer Hunter-Gatherers of the Cherangani Hills, Kenya

Qian Ma
DPhil Archaeological Science
St John's College
qian.ma@sjc.ox.ac.uk
The origin of Chinese Lead Barium glasses and the glass trade along the Silk Road from the Warring States (475BC - 221BC) to the Han Dynasty (202BC - AD220)

Sarah Mallet
DPhil Archaeological Science
St Cross College
sarah.mallet@stx.ox.ac.uk
Diets in England: Change, Continuity and Regionality between the Iron Age and Domesday Book (700 B.C. - 1086 A.D.)

Tom Maltas
DPhil Archaeological Science
Wolfson College
tom.maltas@wolfson.ox.ac.uk
Agriculture and the Origins of Urbanism in Western Anatolia

Tzveta Manolova
DPhil Archaeology
Merton College
tzveta.manolova@merton.ox.ac.uk
Maritime Networks of the Eastern Mediterranean from the Late Bronze Age transition to the Early Iron Age (1200-800 B.C.)

Nyree Manoukian
DPhil Archaeological Science
Linacre College
nyree.manoukian@linacre.ox.ac.uk
Investigating ceramic technological transformation and transmission: a view from the Kura-Araxes Culture in the Southern Caucasus

Christina Marini
DPhil Classical Archaeology
Exeter College
christina.marini@exeter.ox.ac.uk
From Warriors to Oikists: The Bronze-Iron Age Transition in Achaea, Western Greece. The archaeological evidence from the 12th to the 8th century BC

Brian Martens
DPhil Classical Archaeology
Lincoln College
brian.martens@lincoln.ox.ac.uk
The Marble Statuettes from the Athenian Agora, 1st c. BC to 4th c. AD

Adam McBride
DPhil Archaeology
Queen's College
adam.mcbride@queens.ox.ac.uk
Early Medieval Great Hall Complexes in Context: Power and Place in the Upper Thames Valley

Brandon McDonald
DPhil Classical Archaeology
Lincoln College
brandon.mcdonald@lincoln.ox.ac.uk
Climate change and major plagues in the Roman Period

Erin McGowan
DPhil Archaeology
St Cross College
erin.mcgowan@stx.ox.ac.uk
Invisible Intaglios: Exploring the extent to which changes in seal production and use from MMIII-LMIB reflect an increasing concern for sphragistic security in administrative and social contexts

Danielle McLean
DPhil Archaeological Science
Jesus College
danielle.mclean@jesus.ox.ac.uk
Establishing a detailed tephrochronological framework for Japan to aid the synchronisation of palaeoenvironmental records across the Asian/Pacific region

Gian Piero Milani
DPhil Classical Archaeology
Merton College
gianpiero.milani@merton.ox.ac.uk
Aerial Photography and Landscape Archaeology of the Ionian Islands: creation of a regional model focused on geospatial relations

William Mills
DPhil Archaeology
St Cross College
william.mills@stx.ox.ac.uk
Late Glacial geography of the Channel River Network. SE England and its central position in the British Peninsular and ties with NW Europe

Hannah Mosley
DPhil Archaeology
Linacre College
hannah.mosley@linacre.ox.ac.uk
Primate Archaeology: Cross-species comparisons for the social evolution of primate tool use

Matt Naiman
DPhil Classical Archaeology
Wolfson College
matthew.naiman@wolfson.ox.ac.uk
Coinage in Etruria: Circulation and Uses 500-32 BC

Christian Niederhuber
DPhil Classical Archaeology
Lincoln College
christian.niederhuber@lincoln.ox.ac.uk
The portraits of Marcus Aurelius and Faustina the Younger: the workings of the imperial portrait 'system' in the workshops of metropolitan Rome

Kyoko Nomoto
DPhil Archaeology
Wolfson College
kyoko.nomoto@wolfson.ox.ac.uk
Rethinking silk on the Silk Road during the third through eighth centuries

Rebecca O'Sullivan
DPhil Archaeology
Merton College
rebecca.osullivan@merton.ox.ac.uk
Landscape and Connections: Petroglyphs of the Altai in the 2nd and 1st Millennium BCE

Bobby Orillaneda
DPhil Archaeology
Linacre College
bobby.orillaneda@linacre.ox.ac.uk
Southeast Asian maritime trade in the 15th century: evidence from shipwrecks

Joanna Palermo
DPhil Archaeology
University College
joanna.palermo@univ.ox.ac.uk
Innovative Economies: the impact of iron technology on the economy and culture of Early Iron Age Greece (1200-700 BCE)

Alice Parkin
DPhil Classical Archaeology
Lincoln College
alice.parkin@lincoln.ox.ac.uk
Warrior Women: the changing appeal of the Amazon in the art of Greece and the wider Mediterranean in antiquity

Mike Perrin Jr
DPhil Archaeology
Wolfson College
thomas.perrinjr@wolfson.ox.ac.uk
The Port of Uraga: Feudal Japan's Gateway to the World

Edward Peveler
DPhil Archaeology
St Cross College
edward.peveler@stx.ox.ac.uk
The supply of building materials to construction projects in Roman Oxfordshire: logistics, economics, and social significance

Nefeli Piree Iliou
DPhil Classical Archaeology
Lincoln College
nefeli.pireeiliou@lincoln.ox.ac.uk
An Eastern Roman landed gentry? Rural economy and society on the 3rd to 5th century Greek mainland

Alice Poletto
DPhil Classical Archaeology
Wolfson College
alice.poletto@wolfson.ox.ac.uk
Public and private in imperial villas: forms, functions and locations

Evan Proudfoot
DPhil Archaeology
Lincoln College
evan.proudfoot@history.ox.ac.uk
Doors and Windows in the Roman Mediterranean, 2nd c. B.C. to the mid-3rd c. A.D.

Eduardo Queiroz Alves
DPhil Archaeological Science
St Cross College
eduardo.queirozalves@stx.ox.ac.uk
The Marine Reservoir Effect on the Brazilian Coast: Archaeological and Oceanographic Interpretations

Leonie Raijmakers
DPhil Archaeological Science
Merton College
leonie.raijmakers@merton.ox.ac.uk
Using Mitochondrial Genomes of Plasmodium Vivax Malaria to investigate its propagation with Past Human Migrations

Hannah Ringheim
DPhil Classical Archaeology
St Cross College
hannah.ringheim@stx.ox.ac.uk
Mercenaries in the Eastern Mediterranean from the Late Bronze Age to Iron Age

Hannah Ryan
DPhil Archaeological Science
Keble College
hannah.ryan@keble.ox.ac.uk
Developing genomic approaches to palaeoparasitology

Victoria Sainsbury
DPhil Archaeological Science
St Cross College
victoria.sainsbury@stx.ox.ac.uk
From Trash to Treasure: The Recycling of Glass in Roman and Early Medieval Britain

Amanda Sharp
DPhil Classical Archaeology
Lincoln College
amanda.sharp@lincoln.ox.ac.uk
The Figured Capital in Imperial Roman Architecture

Laura Shell
DPhil Classical Archaeology
Lincoln College
laura.shell@lincoln.ox.ac.uk
The Making of Philip's Macedonia: the archaeology of the Macedonian kingdom from the Persian Wars to the fall of Perdiccas III (c.510-359BC)

Shui Shen
DPhil Archaeology
Keble College
shui.shen@keble.ox.ac.uk
What is the social complexity in the late Neolithic in China? Case studies of Dawenkou, Liangzhu, Shijiahe, Longshan complexes

Siobhan Shinn
DPhil Archaeology
St Cross College
siobhan.shinn@stx.ox.ac.uk
Administration and Social Relations in Egypt during Fourth Millennium BCE

Karl Smith
DPhil Archaeology
Kellogg College
karl.smith@kellogg.ox.ac.uk
Modelling Seafaring in Iron Age Atlantic Europe

Becca Smith
DPhil Archaeological Science
St Edmund Hall College
rebecca.smith@seh.ox.ac.uk
Using tephra layers in lacustrine archives from southern South America to investigate past volcanic activity

Gabriela Sotomayor
DPhil Archaeology
Wolfson College
gabriela.sotomayor@wolfson.ox.ac.uk
Ptolemaic Egyptian Jewellery and Engraved Gems: Materials and Methods

Ina St George
DPhil Archaeology
Linacre College
ina.stgeorge@linacre.ox.ac.uk
The role of wall art in the Neolithic at Catal hoyuk

Grace Stafford
DPhil Classical Archaeology
Wolfson College
grace.stafford@wolfson.ox.ac.uk
Artistic representations of women in late antiquity, 4th - 7th centuries AD

Jaime Swift
DPhil Archaeological Science
Jesus College
jaime.swift@jesus.ox.ac.uk
Foraging to farming: diet and health on the frontier of maize agriculture in pre-Columbian central Chile

Xiaojia Tang
DPhil Archaeology
Keble College
xiaojia.tang@keble.ox.ac.uk
Northeastern Frontier of Pre-Imperial China (13th to 3rd century BCE): Cultural differentiation and interregional interaction

Sydney Taylor
DPhil Classical Archaeology
Lincoln College
sydney.taylor@lincoln.ox.ac.uk
Funerary Stelai from Roman-period Anatolia, 100BC to AD400: Regional Considerations of Cultural, Social, and Economic Expressions in Funerary Contexts

Elisabeth Thompson
DPhil Archaeological Science
St Cross College
elisabeth.thompson@stx.ox.ac.uk
Identifying and comparing high resolution climate signals from environmental archives

Matthew Thompson
DPhil Archaeology
St Benet's Hall College
matthew.thompson@stb.ox.ac.uk
Use of ultra-short baseline acoustics for enhanced archaeological data collection of submerged cultural resources

Irene Torreggiani
DPhil Archaeology
Wadham College
irene.torreggiani@wadham.ox.ac.uk
Relating Fluvial and Social Dynamics in pre-Columbian southern Central America

Katerina Vavaliou
DPhil Archaeology
Wadham College
aikaterini.vavaliou@wadham.ox.ac.uk
The network of fortified settlements of eastern Central Greece from the late 6th c to the 13th c AD

Margaret-Ashley Veall
DPhil Archaeological Science
Linacre College
margaret-ashley.veall@linacre.ox.ac.uk
'Stuck like glue': Assessing availability in hafting adhesives during the southern African Later Stone Age

Emese Vegh
DPhil Archaeological Science
Wolfson College
emese.vegh@wolfson.ox.ac.uk
Changes to Heat Damaged Skeletal Trauma – An Experimental Approach for Studying Burnt Perimortem Trauma on Prehistoric Assemblages

Daphne Vlanti
DPhil Classical Archaeology
Lincoln College
alexandra.vlanti@lincoln.ox.ac.uk
The Burial Rite of Enchytrismos in Attica, Euboea and Boeotia during the Geometric and Archaic periods: Towards an understanding of social dimension

Chaoying Wang
DPhil Archaeology
St Hugh's College
chaoying.wang@st-hughs.ox.ac.uk
Trade and Settlement

Shengyu Wang
DPhil Archaeology
Merton College
shengyu.wang@merton.ox.ac.uk
Cosmology, Fashion and Good fortune: Chinese auspicious ornament in the Han dynasty (206BC - 220AD)

Wen Wen
DPhil Archaeology
Merton College
wen.wen@merton.ox.ac.uk
Chinese Ceramics found in the Islamic World from the eighth to tenth centuries CE and their distribution in the Islamic World

Alyssa White
DPhil Archaeology
Merton College
julia.white@merton.ox.ac.uk
The role of aggression during the adoption of agriculture in Japan. Jomon and Yayoi Period Traumatic Lesions

Wai kwan Wong
DPhil Archaeology
St Cross College
waikwan.wong@stx.ox.ac.uk
Contacts and Identities: Pastoralist Tombs of the 1st millenium BC in Eastern Gansu and southern Ningxia, China

Rubi Wu
DPhil Archaeology
St Peter's College
rubi.wu@spc.ox.ac.uk
Process and timing of water chestnut (Trapa natans) domestication in the Lower Yangtze River Valley (c. 10000-4000 BP)

Quan Zhang
DPhil Archaeological Science
Linacre College
quan.zhang@linacre.ox.ac.uk
A bioarchaeological study of intensification of pig husbandry during the Yangshao period: Implications for rising social complexity in the middle Yellow River

Barbora Ziackova
DPhil Archaeology
Wolfson College
barbora.ziackova@wolfson.ox.ac.uk
Scandinavian Identity Construction and Islam, 800 - 1050 CE

Maggie Ziriax
DPhil Archaeological Science
St Cross College
margaret.ziriax@stx.ox.ac.uk
Palaeodietary Reconstruction in Late Antique Spain and Assessing Means of Inter-Site Comparison

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