Gundula Müldner
Gundula Müldner
Associate Professor in Bioarchaeology, Department of Archaeology, University of Reading
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Fast or feast: reconstructing diet in later medieval England by stable isotope analysis
G Müldner, MP Richards
Journal of archaeological Science 32 (1), 39-48, 2005
Strontium and stable isotope evidence for diet and mobility in Roman Gloucester, UK
C Chenery, G Müldner, J Evans, H Eckardt, M Lewis
Journal of archaeological Science 37 (1), 150-163, 2010
Stable isotope evidence for 1500 years of human diet at the city of York, UK
G Müldner, MP Richards
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 133 (1), 682-697, 2007
Stable isotope evidence for salt-marsh grazing in the Bronze Age Severn Estuary, UK: implications for palaeodietary analysis at coastal sites
K Britton, G Müldner, M Bell
Journal of Archaeological Science 35 (8), 2111-2118, 2008
Diet and diversity at later medieval Fishergate: the isotopic evidence
G Müldner, MP Richards
American Journal of Physical Anthropology: The Official Publication of the …, 2007
Oxygen and strontium isotope evidence for mobility in Roman Winchester
H Eckardt, C Chenery, P Booth, JA Evans, A Lamb, G Müldner
Journal of Archaeological Science 36 (12), 2816-2825, 2009
Migration and diversity in Roman Britain: a multidisciplinary approach to the identification of immigrants in Roman York, England
S Leach, M Lewis, C Chenery, G Müldner, H Eckardt
American Journal of Physical Anthropology: The Official Publication of the …, 2009
The ‘Headless Romans’: multi-isotope investigations of an unusual burial ground from Roman Britain
G Müldner, C Chenery, H Eckardt
Journal of Archaeological Science 38 (2), 280-290, 2011
A Lady of York: migration, ethnicity and identity in Roman Britain
S Leach, H Eckardt, C Chenery, G Müldner, M Lewis
Antiquity 84 (323), 131-145, 2010
Carbon and nitrogen stable isotope ratio analysis of freshwater, brackish and marine fish from Belgian archaeological sites (1 st and 2 nd millennium AD)
BT Fuller, G Müldner, W Van Neer, A Ervynck, MP Richards
Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry 27 (5), 807-820, 2012
Isotopes and individuals: diet and mobility among the medieval Bishops of Whithorn.
G Muldner, J Montgomery, G Cook, R Ellam, A Gledhill, C Lowe
Antiquity. 83 (322), 1119-1133, 2009
Cosmopolitan Catterick? Isotopic evidence for population mobility on Rome’s Northern frontier
C Chenery, H Eckardt, G Müldner
Journal of Archaeological Science 38 (7), 1525-1536, 2011
Genomic signals of migration and continuity in Britain before the Anglo-Saxons
R Martiniano, A Caffell, M Holst, K Hunter-Mann, J Montgomery, ...
Nature communications 7 (1), 1-8, 2016
A long way from home: diaspora communities in Roman Britain
H Eckardt
Journal of Roman Archaeology, 2010
People on the move in Roman Britain
H Eckardt, G Müldner, M Lewis
World Archaeology 46 (4), 534-550, 2014
Stable isotopes and diet: their contribution to Romano-British research
G Muldner
Antiquity 87 (335), 137-149, 2013
Inferring animal husbandry strategies in coastal zones through stable isotope analysis: new evidence from the Flemish coastal plain (Belgium, 1st–15th century AD)
G Müldner, K Britton, A Ervynck
Journal of Archaeological Science 41, 322-332, 2014
Isotopic examination of links between diet, social differentiation, and DISH at the post‐medieval Carmelite Friary of Aalst, Belgium
K Quintelier, A Ervynck, G Müldner, W Van Neer, MP Richards, BT Fuller
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 153 (2), 203-213, 2014
Investigating medieval diet and society by stable isotope analysis of human bone
GH Müldner, R Gilchrist, A Reynolds
Diet and lifestyle in Bronze Age Northwest Spain: the collective burial of Cova do Santo
O López-Costas, G Müldner, AM Cortizas
Journal of Archaeological Science 55, 209-218, 2015
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