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Below is a select bibliography of open access publications (with links) by some EAI members

  • Dowd, M, Lynch, L, Cassidy, L Bonsall, J, Kahlert, T, Reimer, P, Svyatko, S OCarroll, E Reilly, Noonan, A and Beglane, F 2020. Neolithic engagements with the dead, Mortuary processing on Bengorm mountain in the North-West of Ireland. Oxford Journal of Archaeology 999. Link here.
  • Johnston, P. (2019) ‘Plant remains’, in Johnston, P. and Kiely, J., Hidden Voices. The archaeology of the M8 Fermoy – Mitchelstown motorway. Dublin: Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII Heritage, 7), pp. 160–167. Link here.
  • Johnston, P. (2015) ‘Examining social and economic aspects of Middle to Late Bronze Age settlement in Ireland using archaeobotany: case studies from North Cork’, in Kneisel, J., Dal Corso, M., Kirleis, W., Scholz, H., Taylor, N., and Tiedtke, V. (eds) The Third Food Revolution? Setting the Bronze Age table: common trends in economic and subsistence strategies in Bronze Age Europe. Bonn: Verlag Dr. Rudolph Habelt GmbH, pp. 64–74. Link here.
  • Johnston, P. (2014) ‘Archaeobotanical Data from Two Middle and Later Bronze Age Round House Sites in Cork, Ireland’, Journal of Open Archaeology Data, 3, p. e1. doi:10.5334/joad.ac.
  • Johnston, P. (2007) ‘Analysis of carbonised plant remains’, in Grogan, E., O’Donnell, L., and Johnston, P., The Bronze Age Landscapes of the Pipeline to the West. Bray: Wordwell, pp. 70–79.
  • O’Carroll E. 2018. Six Thousand Years of Peatland and Archaeological history in Lemanaghan, Co. Offaly Quaternary of the Irish Midlands, IQUA Field Guide No. 35. In Quaternary of the Irish Midlands, IQUA Field Guide No. 35.. Editors: Stefanini, B. S., McGlynn, G., Stuijts, I.. Irish Quaternary Association, Dublin., Dublin
  • O’Carroll E. 2018. Vegetation history of the Irish Midlands (focusing on Offaly and Westmeath) In Quaternary of the Irish Midlands, IQUA Field Guide No. 35.. Editors: Stefanini, B. S., McGlynn, G., Stuijts, I.. Irish Quaternary Association, Dublin
  • OCarroll E, Mitchell FJG. 2017. Quantifying woodland resource usage and selection from Neolithic to post Mediaeval times in the Irish Midlands Environmental Archaeology 22(3):219-232
  • OCarroll E, McClure M. 2017.South- West Donegal, IQUA Field Guide No. 34, Editors: O’Carroll, Ellen. Irish Quaternary Association, Dublin
  • O’Carroll E. 2017. Structural wood and wooden artefacts In A place of great consequence: Archaeological excavations at King John’s Castle 1990 – 8, Limerick.. Editors: Wiggins, Ken. 459-467. Wordwell, Dublin
  • Spencer, D., Potito, A., Molloy, K., Martini, A., Frentzel, H. and Jones, C. (2021) ‘Prehistoric Farming Impacts and Erosion Revealed Through a Palaeolimnological Investigation of Lough Inchiquin, Co. Clare, Western Ireland’, Environmental Archaeology, pp. 1–16. Available at: https://doi.org/10.1080/14614103.2021.1888847.
  • Spencer, D., Molloy, K., Potito, A. and Jones, C. (2020) ‘New insights into Late Bronze Age settlement and farming activity in the southern Burren, western Ireland’, Vegetation History and Archaeobotany, 29. Available at: https://doi.org/10.1007/s00334-019-00746-1.

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