Julia Giblin
Julia Giblin
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Strontium isotope analysis of Neolithic and Copper Age populations on the Great Hungarian Plain
JI Giblin
Journal of archaeological science 36 (2), 491-497, 2009
792009
Strontium isotope analysis and human mobility during the Neolithic and Copper Age: a case study from the Great Hungarian Plain
JI Giblin, KJ Knudson, Z Bereczki, G Pálfi, I Pap
Journal of Archaeological Science 40 (1), 227-239, 2013
602013
Social risk-management strategies in pastoral systems: A qualitative comparative analysis
M Moritz, J Giblin, M Ciccone, A Davis, J Fuhrman, M Kimiaie, S Madzsar, ...
Cross-Cultural Research 45 (3), 286-317, 2011
272011
Prehistoric animal use on the Great Hungarian Plain: a synthesis of isotope and residue analyses from the Neolithic and Copper Age
HA Hoekman-Sites, JI Giblin
Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 31 (4), 515-527, 2012
222012
Isotope analysis on the Great Hungarian Plain: an exploration of mobility and subsistence strategies from the Neolithic to the Copper Age
JI Giblin
The Ohio State University, 2011
182011
Strontium isotope and trace element analysis of Copper Age human skeletal material from the Great Hungarian Plain
J Giblin
Unpublished undergraduate honor’s thesis. Department of Anthropology …, 2004
112004
Diet, dispersal and social differentiation during the Copper Age in eastern Hungary.
JI Giblin, RW Yerkes
Antiquity 90 (349), 2016
92016
Bioanthropological analysis of Békés 103 (Jégvermi-kert, Lipcsei-tanya), a Bronze Age cemetery from southeastern Hungary
L Paja, PR Duffy, GM Parditka, JI Giblin
Acta Biologica Szegediensis 60, 183-192, 2016
92016
Modelling mortuary populations at local and regional levels
PR Duffy, L Paja, GM Parditka, JI Giblin
Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 53, 240-261, 2019
82019
Discovering mortuary practices in the Körös River Basin, Hungary
PR Duffy, GM Parditka, JI Giblin, L Paja, RB Salisbury
Hungarian Archaeology E-Journal/Magyar Régészet Online Magazin, Autumn, 2014 …, 2014
82014
The problem with tells: lessons learned from absolute dating of Bronze Age mortuary ceramics in Hungary
PR Duffy, GM Parditka, JI Giblin, L Paja
antiquity 93 (367), 63-79, 2019
72019
Down to the Crust: Chemical and Mineralogical Analysis of Ceramic Surface Encrustations on Bronze Age Ceramics from Békés 103, Eastern Hungary
M Golitko, A McGrath, A Kreiter, IV Lightcap, PR Duffy, GM Parditka, ...
Minerals 11 (4), 436, 2021
2021
Down to the Crust: Chemical and Mineralogical Analysis of Ceramic Surface Encrustations on Bronze Age Ceramics from Békés 103, Eastern Hungary. Minerals 2021, 11, 436
M Golitko, A McGrath, A Kreiter, IV Lightcap, PR Duffy, GM Parditka, ...
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2021
Mapping herd mobilities and evaluating their role in exchange networks, a preliminary view from Ovçular Tepesi (Nakhchivan, Azerbaijan)
R Berthon, C Claude, G Gadebois, S Bouzid, J Giblin
The integration of the mountains into the Caucasian agro-pastoral systems …, 2020
2020
Seasonal vertical mobility of Chalcolithic herds in Nakhchivan (Azerbaijan) and current practices
R Berthon, J Giblin, M Balasse, F Denis, E Bellefroid, T Chau, ...
Humans and Caprines: from mountain to steppe, from hunting to husbandry …, 2018
2018
Hard tissue chemistry
JI Giblin
The International Encyclopedia of Biological Anthropology, 1-9, 2018
2018
Book Review: A Bronze Age Landscape in the Russian Steppes: The Samara Valley Project
JI Giblin
American Antiquity 82 (3), 617, 2017
2017
Miranda Ciccone, Andréa Davis, Jesse Fuhrman, Masoumeh Kimiaie, Stefanie Madzsar, Kyle Olson, and Matthew Senn
M Moritz, J Giblin
Cross-Cultural Research 45 (3), 286-317, 2011
2011
Social Risk-Management Strategies in Pastoral Systems: A
M Kimiaie, S Madzsar, K Olson, M Senn, M Moritz, J Giblin, M Ciccone, ...
2011
Spatial Analysis and Sampling Techniques of Cremated Remains from Bronze Age Cremation Urns in Southeast Hungary
K Williamson, J Giblin, J Ullinger, L Paja
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