Dr Carleton Jones

BA,MA,PhD

Contact Details

Lecturer Above The Bar
DEPT OF ARCHAEOLOGY
NUI
GALWAY

T: Ext. 2303
E: carleton.jones@nuigalway.ie
 
researcher

Biography

Carleton Jones is a lecturer-above-the-bar in Archaeology at NUIG. Dr. Jones received his Ph.D. from the University of Cambridge in 1997, and his MA (1992) and BA (1986) from California State University Long Beach. Dr. Jones’s research is concerned with investigating the organization and dynamics of prehistoric societies in Ireland with a focus on the Neolithic, Chalcolithic, and Early Bronze Age periods. To that end, he directed a long-term field project surveying and excavating on the Burren in western Ireland which was supported in part by the Heritage Council and the Royal Irish Academy. 

Dr. Jones’s research takes an anthropological approach to the data and is particularly concerned with the inter-relatedness of aspects such as the scale of residential groups and patterns of settlement, the economic activities of communities, contact and exchange networks and mechanisms, the scale and focus of ritual activities including monument construction and use, the nature of status distinctions, and the linking of landscapes and identities. He has also begun to look at the palaeoenvironmental and palaeoclimatic contexts of the prehistoric societies that he is studying.

Prior to joining the staff at NUIG, Dr. Jones founded and ran Burren Archaeology Research (1997-2000), served as consultant archaeologist for the set-up of the County Clare Museum (1999-2000), and was Field Director (1989-93) and originally a crew member (1986-89) at Archaeology Resource Management Corporation (California).

Research Interests

My research is concerned with investigating the organization and dynamics of prehistoric societies in Ireland. I am primarily focused on the Neolithic, Chalcolithic, and Early Bronze Age periods. My research takes an anthropological approach to the data and I am particularly concerned with the inter-relatedness of aspects such as the scale of residential groups and patterns of settlement, the economic activities of communities, contact and exchange networks and mechanisms, the scale and focus of ritual activities, and the nature of status distinctions. I have also begun to look at the palaeoenvironmental and palaeoclimatic contexts of the societies that I study.

Research Projects

  Project Start Date End Date
Ancient DNA investigations in north Munster, western Ireland 01-JAN-16
Find Out 16-FEB-15 16-NOV-15
Roughan Hill - Chalcolithic and Early Bronze Age social organization, human-environment interactions, and climate in western Ireland 01-JAN-15
PEOPLE, LAND USE AND TIME CARLETON JONES 01-OCT-14 30-SEP-18
BURREN TOURISM FOR CONSERVATION CJONES 01-OCT-12 31-DEC-17
The Parknabinnia court tomb - Neolithic people, social organization, and ritual practices in western Ireland 25-AUG-00
The Parknabinnia People Project: strontium isotope evidence of mobility in the Burren region, western Ireland. 01-JAN-15
Structured deposition of Neolithic hare bones in the Parknabinnia court tomb. 01-JAN-15
Excavations at Horse Island promontory fort 01-JUN-06
HERITAGE COUNCIL BURREN LANDSCAPE - C. JONES 23-APR-08 19-DEC-08

Peer Reviewed Journals

  Year Publication
(2016) 'Dating Ancient Field Walls in Karst Landscapes Using Differential Bedrock Lowering'
Jones, C (2016) 'Dating Ancient Field Walls in Karst Landscapes Using Differential Bedrock Lowering'. Geoarchaeology-An International Journal, 31 :77-100 [DOI] [Details]
(2012) 'New dates from the north and a proposed chronology for Irish court tombs'
Schulting, RJ,Murphy, E,Jones, C,Warren, G (2012) 'New dates from the north and a proposed chronology for Irish court tombs'. Proceedings Of The Royal Irish Academy Section C-Archaeology Celtic Studies History Linguistics Literature, 112 :1-60 [DOI] [Details]
(2011) 'Domestic production and the political economy in prehistory: evidence from the Burren, Co. Clare'
Jones, C., O. Carey, C. Hennigar (2011) 'Domestic production and the political economy in prehistory: evidence from the Burren, Co. Clare'. Proceedings Of The Royal Irish Academy Section C-Archaeology Celtic Studies History Linguistics Literature, 111C :33-58 [DOI] [Details]
(1998) 'Interpreting the Perceptions of Past People'
Jones,C. (1998) 'Interpreting the Perceptions of Past People'. Archaeological Review From Cambridge, 15 (1):7-22 [Details]
(1998) 'The Discovery and Dating of the Prehistoric Landscape of Roughan Hill'
Jones, C. (1998) 'The Discovery and Dating of the Prehistoric Landscape of Roughan Hill'. The Journal Of Irish Archaeology, 9 :27-44 [Details]
(1996) 'Recent Discoveries on Roughan Hill'
Jones, C., Walsh, P. (1996) 'Recent Discoveries on Roughan Hill'. Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland. Journal, 126 :86-107 [Details]
(1994) 'Features, stratigraphy, and dating in 'Excavations at the Laguna Springs Adobe Site''
Jones,C. (1994) 'Features, stratigraphy, and dating in 'Excavations at the Laguna Springs Adobe Site''. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly, 30 [Details]

Books

  Year Publication
(2007) Temples of Stone - Exploring the Megalithic Tombs of Ireland.
Jones, C. (2007) Temples of Stone - Exploring the Megalithic Tombs of Ireland. Cork: The Collins Press. [Details]
(2004) The Burren and the Aran Islands - Exploring the Archaeology.
Jones, C. (2004) The Burren and the Aran Islands - Exploring the Archaeology. Cork: The Collins Press. [Details]

Book Chapters

  Year Publication
(2017) 'Landscape, Time and Folklore'
Jones, C. (2017) 'Landscape, Time and Folklore' In: Lost and Found III. Dublin: Wordwell. [Details]
(2015) 'Monuments, Landscape and Identity in Chalcolithic Ireland'
Jones, C., T. McVeigh, R. O’Maolduin (2015) 'Monuments, Landscape and Identity in Chalcolithic Ireland' In: Landscape and Identity - Archaeology and Human Geography. Oxford: British Archaeology Reports. Oxford: Archaeopress. [Details]
(2012) 'Prehistory in the Fergus Valley'
Jones, C. (2012) 'Prehistory in the Fergus Valley' In: Beneath the Banner - Archaeology of the M18 Ennis Bypass and N85 Western Relief Road, Co. Clare. NRA Scheme Monograph 10. Dublin: National Roads Authority. [Details]
(2012) 'Occupation in Prehistory'
Jones, C. (2012) 'Occupation in Prehistory' In: Beneath the Banner - Archaeology of the M18 Ennis Bypass and N85 Western Relief Road, Co Clare. NRA Scheme Monograph 10. Dublin: National Roads Authority. [Details]
(2009) 'Coasts, mountains, rivers and bogs. Using the landscape to explore regionality in Ireland'
Jones, C. (2009) 'Coasts, mountains, rivers and bogs. Using the landscape to explore regionality in Ireland' In: Defining a Regional Neolithic: Evidence from Britain and Ireland. Oxford: Oxbow. [Details]
(2003) 'Neolithic beginnings on Roughan Hill and the Burren'
Jones, C. (2003) 'Neolithic beginnings on Roughan Hill and the Burren' In: Neolithic Settlement in Ireland and Western Britain. Oxford: Oxbow. [Details]
(2002) 'Excavation on Roughan Hill'
Jones, C. (2002) 'Excavation on Roughan Hill' In: The Book of the Burren. Kinvarra: Tír Eolas. [Details]
(2002) 'Selection of Axeheads, A Selection of Spearheads, A Selection of Arrowheads, Axe Mould, Two Daggers'
Jones, C. (2002) 'Selection of Axeheads, A Selection of Spearheads, A Selection of Arrowheads, Axe Mould, Two Daggers' In: The Hunt Museum Essential Guide. London: Scala Publishers Ltd. [Details]

Published Reports

  Year Publication
(2008) Burren Landscape and Settlement - An INSTAR Project.
Comber, M. and C. Jones (eds.) (2008) Burren Landscape and Settlement - An INSTAR Project. The Heritage Council, Kilkenny. [Details]

Other Journals

  Year Publication
(2002) 'Preliminary assessment of the bone remains at the Parknabinnia chambered tomb (Cl 153) on Roughan Hill'
Beckett, J., Jones, C. (2002) 'Preliminary assessment of the bone remains at the Parknabinnia chambered tomb (Cl 153) on Roughan Hill' The Other Clare, 26 :5-7. [Details]
(1999) 'Roughan Hill, a Final Neolithic/Early Bronze Age landscape revealed'
Jones, C., Gilmer, A. (1999) 'Roughan Hill, a Final Neolithic/Early Bronze Age landscape revealed' Archaeology Ireland, 13 (1) :30-32. [Details]
(1999) 'First Seasons Excavation at Cl 153 a Court Tomb on Roughan Hill, and the Expansion of the Settlement and Field Wall Survey'
Jones, C., Gilmer, A. (1999) 'First Seasons Excavation at Cl 153 a Court Tomb on Roughan Hill, and the Expansion of the Settlement and Field Wall Survey' The Other Clare, 23 :24-26. [Details]
(1997) 'The Final Neolithic/Early Bronze Age on the Burren, A Brief Review of the Evidence'
Jones, C. (1997) 'The Final Neolithic/Early Bronze Age on the Burren, A Brief Review of the Evidence' The Other Clare, 21 :36-39. [Details]
(1996) 'A Prehistoric Farmstead in Kilnaboy'
Jones,C. (1996) 'A Prehistoric Farmstead in Kilnaboy' The Other Clare, 20 :17-19. [Details]

Conference Contributions

  Year Publication
(2016) European Association of Archaeologists, 2016 conference,
Carleton Jones (2016) Chalcolithic-Early Bronze Age farming, soil loss, and the development of a karst landscape in western Ireland. [Conference Paper], European Association of Archaeologists, 2016 conference, Vilnius, Lithuania , 01-SEP-16. [Details]
(2015) Megaliths, Societies, Landscapes, Conference of the DFG Priority Programme 1400,
Jones, C. (2015) Regional traditions and distant events - Parknabinnia and other atypical court tombs in North Munster, western Ireland. [Invited Paper], Megaliths, Societies, Landscapes, Conference of the DFG Priority Programme 1400, Christian-Albrechts-Universität, Kiel, Germany , 16-JUN-15 - 20-JUN-15. [Details]
(2015) European Association of Archaeologists 2015 conference,
Jones, C. (2015) Dating ancient field walls in karst landscapes using differential bedrock lowering. [Conference Paper], European Association of Archaeologists 2015 conference, University of Glasgow, Scotland , 02-SEP-15 - 05-SEP-15. [Details]
(2013) Society for American Archaeology - Symposium: The Burren of County Clare, Ireland: A Laboratory for Social Archaeology,
Carleton Jones (2013) Roughan Hill: A Study of Chalcolithic and Early Bronze Age Society in Western Ireland. [Invited Paper], Society for American Archaeology - Symposium: The Burren of County Clare, Ireland: A Laboratory for Social Archaeology, Honolulu, Hawaii , 03-APR-13 - 07-APR-13. [Details]
(2012) Tullahedy - Neolithic Settlement in North Munster,
Jones, C. (2012) Parknabinnia - an atypical court tomb. [Invited Lecture], Tullahedy - Neolithic Settlement in North Munster, Cork , 24-FEB-12 - 25-FEB-12. [Details]
(2011) Annual Burren Conference,
Jones, C. (2011) The synergy of research, place and communities on the Burren: past, present, and future. [Invited Lecture], Annual Burren Conference, Ballyvaughan , 01-JAN-11 - 01-JAN-11. [Details]
(2005) Annual Burren Conference,
Jones, C. (2005) Social Organisation on the Burren in Prehistory. [Invited Lecture], Annual Burren Conference, Ballyvaughan , 01-JAN-05 - 01-JAN-06. [Details]
(2005) International Conference on Arts & Humanities,
Jones, C. (2005) Exploring Ritual Behaviour in the Irish Neolithic: a Dialogue Between Archaeology and Theatre. [Conference Paper], International Conference on Arts & Humanities, Hawaii , 01-JAN-05 - 01-JAN-05. [Details]
(2001) Neolithic Studies Group Annual Meeting,
Jones, C. (2001) Coasts, mountains, rivers and bogs. Using the landscape to explore regionality in Ireland. [Invited Lecture], Neolithic Studies Group Annual Meeting, London , 01-JAN-01 - 01-JAN-01. [Details]
(2001) 1st Annual Sara Champion Memorial lecture, Prehistoric Society,
Jones, C. (2001) The development of Bronze Age society in North Munster. [Invited Oral Presentation], 1st Annual Sara Champion Memorial lecture, Prehistoric Society, London , 01-JAN-01 - 01-JAN-01. [Details]
(2001) Neolithic Settlement in Ireland and western Britain - Prehistoric Society Conference,
Jones, C. (2001) Roughan Hill, Co. Clare. [Poster Presentation], Neolithic Settlement in Ireland and western Britain - Prehistoric Society Conference, Belfast , 01-JAN-01 - 01-JAN-01. [Details]
(2000) Group for the Study of Irish Historic Settlement,
Jones, C. (2000) Settlement patterns and route-ways in prehistoric Clare and South Galway. [Invited Lecture], Group for the Study of Irish Historic Settlement, Gort , 01-JAN-00 - 01-JAN-00. [Details]
(1999) Annual Burren Conference,
Jones, C. (1999) The prehistoric landscape of Roughan Hill. [Invited Lecture], Annual Burren Conference, Ballyvaughan , 01-JAN-99 - 01-JAN-99. [Details]
(1997) Landscape Research Day - Prehistoric Society,
Jones, C. (1997) Landscape and the Perceptual Framework. [Oral Presentation], Landscape Research Day - Prehistoric Society, London , 01-JAN-97 - 01-JAN-97. [Details]
(1997) European Association of Archaeologists annual meeting,
Jones, C. (1997) The impact of the Mesolithic on the devlopment of the Neolithic ritual: the case from Ireland. [Conference Paper], European Association of Archaeologists annual meeting, Ravenna , 01-JAN-97 - 01-JAN-97. [Details]
(1996) Society for American Archaeology,
Jones, C. (1996) Marking the Land. [Conference Paper], Society for American Archaeology, New Orleans , 01-JAN-96 - 01-JAN-96. [Details]
(1994) Theoretical Archaeology Group annual conference,
Jones, C. (1994) Perceiving the Landscape. [Conference Paper], Theoretical Archaeology Group annual conference, Bradford , 01-JAN-94 - 01-JAN-94. [Details]
(1993) Society for California Archaeology annual conference,
Jones, C. (1993) The Development of Cultural Complexity Among the Luiseno. [Conference Paper], Society for California Archaeology annual conference, Monterrey , 01-JAN-93 - 01-JAN-93. [Details]

Book Review

  Year Publication
(2012) Review of 'The Making of Ireland's Landscape Since the Ice Age' by V. Hall. Journal of the Galway Archaeological and Historical Society 64.
Jones, C. (2012) Review of 'The Making of Ireland's Landscape Since the Ice Age' by V. Hall. Journal of the Galway Archaeological and Historical Society 64. Book Review [Details]
(2011) Review of 'Of troughs and tuyeres - The archaeology of the N5 Charlestown Bypass' by Gillespie, R. and Kerrigan, A. Journal of the Galway Archaeological and Historical Society 63.
Jones, C. (2011) Review of 'Of troughs and tuyeres - The archaeology of the N5 Charlestown Bypass' by Gillespie, R. and Kerrigan, A. Journal of the Galway Archaeological and Historical Society 63. Book Review [Details]
(1994) Review of 'Irish Prehistory: a Social Perspective' by Cooney, G. and E. Grogan. Archaeological Review from Cambridge 12(2).
Jones, C. (1994) Review of 'Irish Prehistory: a Social Perspective' by Cooney, G. and E. Grogan. Archaeological Review from Cambridge 12(2). Book Review [Details]

Community Engagement Publications

  Year Publication
(2009) Burren Archaeology. In The Burren Passport.
Jones, C. (2009) Burren Archaeology. In The Burren Passport. Community Engagement Publications [Details]

Editorship of Journals

  Year Publication
(2015) Journal of Irish Archaeology, Volume 24.
Carleton Jones (2015) Journal of Irish Archaeology, Volume 24. Editorship of Journals [Details]
(2014) Journal of Irish Archaeology, Volume 23.
Jones, C (2014) Journal of Irish Archaeology, Volume 23. Editorship of Journals [Details]
(1998) The Archaeology of Perception and the Senses. Archaeological Review from Cambridge 15:1.
Jones, C. and Hayden, C. (eds.) (1998) The Archaeology of Perception and the Senses. Archaeological Review from Cambridge 15:1. Editorship of Journals [Details]

Review Articles

  Year Publication
(2015) Climate Change and its Consequences in the Past. Journal of Irish Archaeology 24.
Carleton Jones (2015) Climate Change and its Consequences in the Past. Journal of Irish Archaeology 24. Review Articles [Details]
(2014) Bronze Age studies in Europe today. Journal of Irish Archaeology 23.
Jones, C (2014) Bronze Age studies in Europe today. Journal of Irish Archaeology 23. Review Articles [Details]

Professional Associations

  Association Function From / To
Irish Isotope Research Group member /
Institute of Archaeologists of Ireland member /
PAGES Past Global Changes research network member /
European Association of Archaeologists member /
Society for American Archaeology member /
National Monuments excavation licences qualified to hold excavation licences 01-JAN-95 /
Society of Professional Archaeologists (USA) certified to direct excavations 01-JAN-93 /

Committees

  Committee Function From / To
Statutory Committee on Archaeology of the Heritage Council committee member 01-MAR-11 /
Committee for Archaeology of the Royal Irish Academy committee member 01-JAN-08 / 01-JAN-14

Education

  Year Institution Qualification Subject
1997 University of Cambridge PhD Archaeology
1992 California State University Long Beach Masters Anthropology/Archaeology
1986 California State University Long Beach Bachelor of Arts Anthropology/Archaeology

Community Engagement

  Title Type From / To
Research (e.g. Community based research) Community Excavation 01-JUL-06 / 31-JUL-06
Outreach March 2014 talk - 'Why build a wedge tomb here?' Part of Natural and Human Heritages public lecture series /
Outreach April 2016 Field Tour for visiting delegates of Conference of Italian Archaeology /
Outreach School talks 01-NOV-01 / 08-NOV-13
Research (e.g. Community based research) Burren Passport 01-JAN-09 / 31-DEC-09
Outreach Burren Landscape and Settlement Conference 01-DEC-08 / 31-DEC-08
Outreach Burren Life Project 01-OCT-07 / 31-OCT-07
Consultancy (Pro-bono) Doolin Heritage Committee 01-JUN-12 / 30-JUN-12
Outreach Local Society lectures 01-NOV-01 / 08-NOV-13
Outreach ACCESS School Groups 01-JUN-04 / 01-SEP-04
Board Membership Burrenbeo Trust 01-NOV-08 / 08-NOV-13

Other Activities

  Description

Archaeology 2025 - participated in round table discussions regarding this national-level strategy document in Galway in February 2016 and Dublin in April 2016. In Dublin, I represented the Irish Humanities Alliance as well as NUIG.

National Geographic Society - Sept 2015 - grant application assessor.

Occasional anonymous referee for: Cambridge Univ Press, Proc of the Royal Irish Acad, Jrnl of Irish Arch, Jrnl of the Royal Soc of Antiquaries of Ireland, Archaeopress.

Editor - Journal of Irish Archaeology, volumes 23 & 24 (2014 & 2015)

Teaching Interests

1. Teaching Philosophy

Archaeology occupies a unique position, straddling the humanities and the sciences and allowing us to gaze back into the deep history of ourselves and our societies. These aspects, combined with a fascinatingly diverse and ever-expanding data set make archaeology an ideal vehicle to engage students in order to teach interpretive, analytical, and communication skills that will allow them to lead more thoughtful, and therefore more satisfying and useful, lives whatever path they choose.

As a teacher my first and foremost goal has always been to provide students with the skills to think and reason for themselves. I am a firm believer in teaching archaeology at the undergraduate level as a Liberal Arts subject. Whether students pursue a career in archaeology or in another field, I want them to be able to analyze arguments, think critically, and express informed opinions clearly. I strive to make my students understand the differences between the data, the analytical methods, and the different theoretical frameworks that are used to interpret the data. My goal is to provide all my undergraduates with valuable and flexible intellectual skills that will enable them to lead fulfilling lives, become good citizens, and adapt to changing social and economic conditions.

Those students that do decide to pursue a career in archaeology need to progress to a post-graduate qualification. With my post-graduate students, I continue to promote the honing of the skills first encountered as undergraduates but I add to that several new aspects:
  • An emphasis on mastering the particularities of the archaeological data.
  • A clear understanding of the structural components of an argument. ·       
  • A focus on writing clear and logical prose. ·       
  • Experience of giving and taking constructive criticism in a peer review setting. ·       
  • Experience of communicating orally in a variety of contexts including undergraduate teaching, department seminars, and international conferences. ·       
  • An emphasis on publication.

2. Summary of Teaching Experience and Responsibilities

I have taught 1st, 2nd and 3rd year courses, diplomas, summer school, and MAs. I have supervised MAs, MLitts, and PhDs. I have used lectures, small group discussion and workshop teaching, practical demonstrations in the field and in the classroom, directed research, and field classes tied to lecture/discussion topics.

Recent Postgraduate Students

  Graduation Name Degree Primary Supervisor
2016 Thor McVeigh PhD Y
2016 Deanna Bailey Masters Y
2016 Kiaran Moylan Masters Y
2014 Ros Ó Maoldúin PhD Y
2014 Phyllis Mercer PhD Y
2014 Katherine Leonard PhD Y
2014 Marcus Byrne Masters Y
2013 Oleg Kelly Masters Y
2012 Lindsay Hollingsworth Masters Y
2010 Cian Scollard Masters Y
2010 Lynda McCormack Masters Y
2009 Clare Hennigar Masters Y
2009 Ciara Long Masters Y
2009 Amy McDonnell-Dowling Masters Y
2009 Olive Carey Masters Y
2007 Karen Kelly Masters Y
2007 Patrick Walsh Masters Y
2005 Edel Greene Masters Y

Current Postgraduate Students (Research)

  Student Degree Type Type
Daisy Spencer Doctorate - Structured Ph.D. in Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Supervisor

Modules Taught

  Term/Year Module Title Module Code Subject / Desc
1BA Prehistoric Ireland and Europe AR113 Inroductory, lecture-based course.
1BA Working with Archaeology and Human Heritages AR1100 & AR1101 Thematic workshops introducing students to some highlights of archaeology.
2BA Ancient Civilizations - The Rise of Complex Societies AR334 Introduces students to the practice of employing an interpretive framework to analyse a set of data.
2BA Archaeology in Practice AR245 This course incorporates a practical element where the students choose to do a project in Field Archaeology, Material Culture, or Regional Archaeology.of Irish prehistory.
2BA Hunters and Farmers in Early Europe AR225 I teach the Neolithic portion of this Mesolithic-Neolithic survey course.
3BA Minor Dissertation AR325 Small group tutorials and thesis supervision.
3BA Metal, Warfare, & Chiefdoms - the Bronze Age Roots of European Civilization AR3100 In addition to the content, this course teaches critical analysis and model-testing skills.
3BA Explaining Prehistory - Current Trends AR338 The course teaches critical analysis and provides a deeper understanding of important issues in the study of Irish prehistory
Irish Studies Summer School The Archaeological Heritage of Ireland SU402 Developed for the Irish Studies summer school. I use my book The Burren and the Aran Islands: Exploring the Archaeology as one of the core texts.
MA MA in Landscape Archaeology Lectures, workshops, and field classes

Internal Collaborators

  Name Description of Collaboration
Dr. Karen Molloy
Dr. Aaron Potito
People, land-use, and time - Linking multi-proxy palaeoenvironmental evidence to the Neolithic and Bronze Age archaeological record of the Burren and central Clare, western Ireland. This PhD research being conducted by Daisy Spencer (IRC scholar) is being co-supervised by myself (lead supervisor - archaeology) and Aaron Potito (Geography - chironomid analysis) and also involves Karen Molloy (Geography - pollen analysis). All researchers are collaborating within the structure of the Paleoenvironmental Research Unit NUIG.

External Collaborators

  Name Organisation / Institute Country Description of Collaboration
Dr. Rick Schulting University of Oxford ENGLAND
Isotope study of human bones from the Parknabinnia atypical court tomb.
Nadine Mattielli G-Time Laboratory, Université Libre de Bruxelles BELGIUM
isotope analysis
Steven Goderis Dept. of Chemistry, Vrije Universiteit Brussel BELGIUM
isotope analysis
Daniel Bradley Smurfit Institute of Genetics, Trinity College Dublin IRELAND
Ancient DNA analysis
Antoine Zazzo Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle, Sorbonne Universités FRANCE
isotope analysis
Philippe Claeys Dept. of Chemistry, Vrije Universiteit Brussel BELGIUM
isotope analysis
Julia Lee-Thorp Research Laboratory for Archaeology and the History of Art, University of Oxford UNITED KINGDOM
isotope analysis
Lara Cassidy Smurfit Institute of Genetics, Trinity College Dublin IRELAND
Ancient DNA analysis
Matthieu Lebon Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle, Sorbonne Universités FRANCE
isotope analysis
Dr. Christophe Snoeck Vrije Universiteit Brussel BELGIUM
Isotope study of human remains from the Parknabinnia atypical court tomb.
Dr. Fiona Beglane Sligo IT IRELAND
Implications of Neolithic hare bone deposition in the Parknabinnia atypical court tomb.