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- Banerjea, R.Y., Badura, M., Kalejs, U., Cerina, A., Gos, K., Hamilton-Dyer, S., Maltby, M., Seetah, K. and Pluskowski, A., 2017. A multi-proxy, diachronic and spatial perspective on the urban activities within an indigenous community in medieval Riga, Latvia. QUATERNARY INTERNATIONAL, 460, 3-21.
- Hamilton-Dyer, S., Brisbane, M. and Maltby, M., 2017. Fish, feather, fur and forest: Exploitation of wild animals in medieval Novgorod and its territory. QUATERNARY INTERNATIONAL, 460, 97-107.
- Hutchinson, W.F., Culling, M., Orton, D.C., Hänfling, B., Handley, L.L., Hamilton-Dyer, S., O'Connell, T.C., Richards, M.P. and Barrett, J.H., 2015. The globalization of naval provisioning: Ancient DNA and stable isotope analyses of stored cod fromthe wreck of the Mary Rose, AD 1545. Royal Society Open Science, 2 (9).
- Maltby, M. and Hamilton-Dyer, S., 2012. Big fish and great auks: exploitation of birds and fish on the Isle of Portland, Dorset, during the Romano-British period. Environmental Archaeology, 17 (2), 168-176.
- Orton, D.C., Hamilton-Dyer, S. et al., 2011. Stable isotope evidence for late medieval (14th-15th C) origins of the eastern Baltic cod (Gadus morhua) fishery. PLoS One, 6 (11), e27568.
- Barrett, J.H., Hamilton-Dyer, S. et al., 2011. Interpreting the expansion of sea fishing in medieval Europe using stable isotope analysis of archaeological cod bones. Journal of Archaeological Science, 38 (7), 1516-1524.
- Barrett, J., Hamilton-Dyer, S. et al., 2008. Detecting the medieval cod trade: a new method and first results. Journal of Archaeological Science, 35 (4), 850-861.
- Baxter, I.L. and Hamilton-Dyer, S., 2003. Foxy in furs? A note on evidence for the probable commercial exploitation of the red fox (Vulpes vulpes L.) and other fur bearing mammals in Saxo-Norman (10th-12th century AD) Hertford, Hertfordshire, U.K. Archaeofauna, 12, 87-94.
- Hull, G., Hamilton-Dyer, S., Blinkhorn, P. and Cannon, P., 2003. The excavation and analysis of an 18th century deposit of anatomical remains and chemical apparatus from the rear of the first Ashmolean Museum (now The Museum of the History of Science), Broad Street, Oxford. Post Medieval Archaeology, 37, 1-28.
- Gardiner, J., Allen, M.J., Hamilton-Dyer, S., Laidlaw, M. and Scaife, R.G., 2002. Making the Most of It: Late Prehistoric Pastoralism in the Avon Levels, Severn Estuary. Proceedings of Prehistoric Society, 68, 1-40.
- Hamilton-Dyer, S., 1997. The Domestic Fowl and Other Birds from the Roman Site of Mons Claudianus, Egypt. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 7 (4), 326-329.
- Brisbane, M., Hambleton, E., Hamilton-Dyer, S. and Maltby, M., 2015. Reflections on the Ecological Setting and Environmental Impact of Medieval Settlement Expansion in Northern Russia. In: Gaidukov, P., ed. Towns and Villages of Medieval Russia. Moscow: Russian Academy of Science, 36-44.
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