References in IsoArcH

Wong, M., Brandt, J.R., Ahrens, S., Jaouen, K., Bjørnstad, G., Naumann, E., Wenn, C.C., Kiesewetter, H., Laforest, C., Hagelberg, E., Lam, V.C., Richards, M., 2018. Pursuing pilgrims: Isotopic investigations of Roman and Byzantine mobility at Hierapolis, Turkey. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 17, 520–528. Cite
Wong, M., Naumann, E., Jaouen, K., Richards, M.P., 2017. Isotopic investigations of human diet and mobility at the site of Hierapolis, Turkey, in: Life and Death in Asia Minor in Hellenistic, Roman and Byzantine Times: Studies in Archaeology and Bioarchaeology. Rasmus Brandt J., Hagelberg E., Bjornstad G., Ahrens S., pp. 228–236. Cite
Williams, L.J., 2008. Investigating seasonality of death at Kellis 2 cemetery using solar alignment and isotopic analysis of mummified tissues (PhD dissertation). University of Western Ontario, London. Cite
White, C., Longstaffe, F.J., Law, K.R., 2004. Exploring the effects of environment, physiology and diet on oxygen isotope ratios in ancient Nubian bones and teeth. Journal of Archaeological Science 31, 233–250. Cite
White, C.D., Schwarcz, H.P., 1994. Temporal trends in stable isotopes for Nubian mummy tissues. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 93, 165–187. Cite
White, C., 1991. Isotopic analysis of multiple human tissues from three ancient Nubian populations (PhD dissertation). University of Toronto, Toronto. Cite
Vika, E., Aravantinos, V., Richards, M.P., 2009. Aristophanes and stable isotopes: a taste for freshwater fish in Classical Thebes (Greece)? Antiquity 83, 1076–1083. Cite
Vika, E., Theodoropoulou, T., 2012. Re-investigating fish consumption in Greek antiquity: results from δ13C and δ15N analysis from fish bone collagen. Journal of Archaeological Science 39, 1618–1627. Cite
Vika, E., 2009. Strangers in the grave? Investigating local provenance in a Greek Bronze Age mass burial using δ34S analysis. Journal of Archaeological Science 36, 2024–2028. Cite
Vika, E., 2011. Diachronic dietary reconstructions in ancient Thebes, Greece: results from stable isotope analyses. Journal of Archaeological Science 38, 1157–1163. Cite
Vika, E., 2015. Variations in diet in prehistoric Thebes: the case of the Bronze age mass burial, in: Archaeodiet in the Greek World: Dietary Reconstruction from Stable Isotope Analysis. Papathanasiou A., Richards M. P., and Fox S. C., Athens, pp. 77–88. Cite
Varalli, A., Moggi-Cecchi, J., Dori, I., Boccone, S., Bortoluzzi, S., Salzani, P., Tafuri, M.A., 2016. Dietary continuity vs. discontinuity in Bronze Age Italy. The isotopic evidence from Arano di Cellore (Illasi, Verona, Italy). Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 7, 104–113. Cite
Van Strydonck, M., Vanden Berghe, I., Boudin, M., Quintelier, K., 2011. Euphemia: a multidisciplinary quest for the origin and authenticity of a mummy’s clothes and accessories, in: Dress Accessories of the 1st Millennium AD from Egypt, Proceedings of the 6th Conference of the Research Group ‘Textiles from the Nile Valley’, Antwerp 2 - 3 October 2009. de Moor A. and Fluck C., Tielt, pp. 236–257. Cite
Turner, B.L., Edwards, J.L., Quinn, E.A., Kingston, J.D., Gerven, D.P.V., 2007. Age-related variation in isotopic indicators of diet at medieval Kulubnarti, Sudanese Nubia. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 17, 1–25. Cite
Triantaphyllou, S., Richards, M.P., Zerner, C., Voutsaki, S., 2008. Isotopic dietary reconstruction of humans from Middle Bronze Age Lerna, Argolid, Greece. Journal of Archaeological Science 35, 3028–3034. Cite
Triantaphyllou, S., Richards, M.P., Touchais, G., Philippa-Touchais, A., Voutsaki, S., 2006. Analyses of Middle Helladic Skeletal Material from Aspis, Argos, 2. Stable Isotope Analysis of Human Remains. Bulletin de Correspondance Hellénique 130, 627–637. Cite
Triantaphyllou, S., 2001. A Bioarchaeological Approach to Prehistoric Cemetery Populations from Central and Western Greek Macedonia, British Archaeological Reports. ed. Oxford. Cite
Triantaphyllou, S., 2015. Stable isotope analysis of skeletal assemblages from prehistoric northern Greece, in: Archaeodiet in the Greek World: Dietary Reconstruction from Stable Isotope Analysis. Papathanasiou A., Richards M. P. and Fox S. C., Athens, pp. 57–75. Cite
Touzeau, A., Amiot, R., Blichert-Toft, J., Flandrois, J.-P., Fourel, F., Grossi, V., Martineau, F., Richardin, P., Lécuyer, C., 2014. Diet of ancient Egyptians inferred from stable isotope systematics. Journal of Archaeological Science 46, 114–124. Cite
Touzeau, A., Lécuyer, C., Amiot, R., 2017. Evolution du climat et du régime alimentaire pendant l'Egypte ancienne. Quaternaire. Revue de l'Association française pour l'étude du Quaternaire 285–293. Cite
Tanasi, D., Tykot, R.H., Vianello, A., Hassam, S., 2018. Stable isotope analysis of the dietary habits of a Greek community in Archaic Syracuse (Sicily): a pilot study. STAR: Science & Technology of Archaeological Research 3, 466–477. Cite
Tafuri, M.A., Fullagar, P.D., O'Connell, T.C., Belcastro, M.G., Iacumin, P., Barbaro, C.C., Sanseverino, R., Robb, J., 2016. Life and Death in Neolithic Southeastern Italy: The Strontium Isotopic Evidence. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 26, 1045–1057. Cite
Tafuri, M.A., Goude, G., Manzi, G., 2018. Isotopic evidence of diet variation at the transition between classical and post-classical times in Central Italy. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 21, 496–503. Cite
Sykes, N.J., Baker, K.H., Carden, R.F., Higham, T.F.G., Hoelzel, A.R., Stevens, R.E., 2011. New evidence for the establishment and management of the European fallow deer (Dama dama dama) in Roman Britain. Journal of Archaeological Science 38, 156–165. Cite
Sykes, N.J., White, J., Hayes, T.E., Palmer, M.R., 2006. Tracking animals using strontium isotopes in teeth: the role of fallow deer (Dama dama) in Roman Britain. Antiquity 80, 948–959. Cite
Stevens, R.E., Lightfoot, E., Allen, T., Hedges, R.E.M., 2012. Palaeodiet at Eton College Rowing Course, Buckinghamshire: isotopic changes in human diet in the Neolithic, Bronze Age, Iron Age and Roman periods throughout the British Isles. Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 4, 167–184. Cite
Stevens, R.E., Lightfoot, E., Hamilton, J., Cunliffe, B.W., Hedges, R.E.M., 2013. One for the master and one for the dame: stable isotope investigations of Iron Age animal husbandry in the Danebury Environs. Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 5, 95–109. Cite
Stantis, C., Nowell, G.M., Prell, S., Schutkowski, H., 2020. Animal proxies to characterize the strontium biosphere in the Northeastern Nile Delta. Bioarchaeology of the Near East 13. Cite
Stallo, J.R., 2007. Isotopic study of migration: Differentiating locals and non-locals in tumulus burials from Apollonia, Albania (Master thesis). University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati. Cite
Sparkes, H.A., 2017. Taking a bite out of history: Hellenistic dietary reconstruction and population mobility at the site of new Halos, Thessaly, Greece (PhD dissertation). University of Alberta, Edmonton. Cite
Sofeso, C., Vohberger, M., Wisnowsky, A., Päffgen, B., Harbeck, M., 2012. Verifying archaeological hypotheses: Investigations on origin and genealogical lineages of a privileged society in Upper Bavaria from Imperial Roman times (Erding, Kletthamer Feld) | Topoi, in: Population Dynamics in Prehistory and Early History. New Approaches by Using Stable Isotopes and Genetics. Kaiser E., Burger J. and Schier W., Berlin, Boston, pp. 113–130. Cite
Sirignano, C., Grau Sologestoa, I., Ricci, P., García-Collado, M.I., Altieri, S., Quirós Castillo, J.A., Lubritto, C., 2014. Animal husbandry during Early and High Middle Ages in the Basque Country (Spain). Quaternary International, Agrarian Archaeology in Early Medieval Europe 346, 138–148. Cite
Simmonds, A., Márquez-Grant, N., Loe, L., 2008. Life and death in a Roman city: Excavation of a Roman cemetery with a mass grave at 120–122 London road, Gloucester, Oxford Archaeological Unit. ed. Oxford. Cite
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Semchuk, L., 2016. A Stable Isotope Investigation of Diet at Vagnari (Master thesis). McMaster University, Hamilton. Cite
Scull, C., Bayliss, A., 1999. Radiocarbon dating and Anglo-Saxon graves, in: Ölker an Nord- Und Ostsee Und Die Franken. Akten Des 48 Sachsensymposiums in Mannheim Vom 7 Bis 11 September 1997. von Freeden U., Koch U. and Wieczorek A., Bonn, pp. 39–50. Cite
Scorrano, G., Brilli, M., Martínez-Labarga, C., Giustini, F., Pacciani, E., Chilleri, F., Scaldaferri, F., Gasbarrini, A., Gasbarrini, G., Rickards, O., 2014. Palaeodiet reconstruction in a woman with probable celiac disease: A stable isotope analysis of bone remains from the archaeological site of Cosa (Italy). American Journal of Physical Anthropology 154, 349–356. Cite
Scirè Calabrisotto, C., Fedi, M.E., Taccetti, F., Benvenuti, M., Chiarantini, L., Quaglia, L., 2009. Radiocarbon Reveals the Age of Two Precious Tombs in the Etruscan Site of Populonia-Baratti (Tuscany). Radiocarbon 51, 915–922. Cite
Schweissing, M.M., Grupe, G., 2003. Stable strontium isotopes in human teeth and bone: a key to migration events of the late Roman period in Bavaria. Journal of Archaeological Science 30, 1373–1383. Cite
Schwarcz, H.P., White, C.D., 2004. The grasshopper or the ant?: cultigen-use strategies in ancient Nubia from C-13 analyses of human hair. Journal of Archaeological Science 31, 753–762. Cite
Schutkowski, H., Herrmann, B., Wiedemann, F., Bocherens, H., Grupe, G., 1999. Diet, Status and Decomposition at Weingarten: Trace Element and Isotope Analyses on Early Mediaeval Skeletal Material. Journal of Archaeological Science 26, 675–685. Cite
Schmidt, J., Kwok, C., Keenleyside, A., 2016. Infant feeding practices and childhood diet at Apollonia Pontica: Isotopic and dental evidence. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 159, 284–299. Cite
Schepartz, L.A., Stocker, S.R., Davis, J.L., Papathanasiou, A., Miller-Antonio, S., Murphy, J.M.A., Richards, M., Malapani, E., 2017. Mycenaean Hierarchy and Gender Roles: Diet and Health Inequalities in Late Bronze Age Pylos, Greece, University Press of Florida. ed. Gainsville. Cite
Schepartz, L.A., Papathanasiou, A., Miller-Antonio, S., Stocker, S.R., Davis, J.L., Murphy, J.M.A., Malapani, E., Richards, M., 2011. No seat at the table? Mycenaean women’s diet and health in Pylos, Greece, in: Anthropology à La Carte: The Evolution and Diversity of Human Diet. Schepartz L. A., San Diego, pp. 359–374. Cite
Scarabino, C., Lubritto, C., Proto, A., Rubino, M., Fiengo, G., Marzaioli, F., Passariello, I., Busiello, G., Fortunato, A., Alfano, D., Sabbarese, C., Rogalla, D., De Cesare, N., D'onofrio, A., Terrasi, F., 2006. Paleodiet characterisation of an Etrurian population of Pontecagnano (Italy) by Isotope Ratio Mass Spectrometry (IRMS) and Atomic Absorption Spectrometry (AAS). Isotopes in Environmental and Health Studies 42, 151–158. Cite
Sandias, M., Müldner, G., 2015. Diet and herding strategies in a changing environment: Stable isotope analysis of Bronze Age and Late Antique skeletal remains from Ya'amūn, Jordan. Journal of Archaeological Science 63, 24–32. Cite
Salesse, K., Fernandes, R., de Rochefort, X., Brůžek, J., Castex, D., Dufour, É., 2018. An open-access and collaborative isotope database for bioarchaeological samples from the Graeco-Roman world and its margins. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 19, 1050–1055. Cite