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Publications

Key publications: 

Bevan, A., Conolly, J., Hennig, C., Johnston, A., Quercia, A., Spencer, L. and J. Vroom. (2013) Measuring chronological uncertainty in intensive survey finds. A case study from Antikythera, Greece, ARCHAEOMETRY 54.

Spencer, L. (2010). ‘The regional intensification of ceramic production in the EHIII through MHII period’ in A. Phillipa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki and J. Wright (eds) MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 669-681.

Pentedeka, A., Kiriatzi, E., Spencer, L., Bevan, A. and J. Conolly (2010). From fabrics to island connections: macroscopic and microscopic approaches to the prehistoric pottery of Antikythera, ANNUAL OF THE BRITISH SCHOOL AT ATHENS 105: 1-81

Rehren, Th., Spencer, L. and P. Triantafyllidis. (2005). Primary Glass Production at Hellenistic Rhodes. In H. Cool (ed), ANNALES DU CONGRES DE l’ASSOCITION INTERNATIONALE POUR l’HISTOIRE DU VERRE. (Nottingham) 39-43

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