Osteoarchaeology Bibliography

Osteoarchaeology Bibliography

Anderson, V. D. (2006) How Domestic Animals Transformed Early America. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Anon, (1731) Regulations and Instructions Relating to his Majesty’s Service at Sea.

Appleby, A. B. (1975) ‘Nutrition and Disease: The Case of London, 1550-1750’ Journal of Interdisciplinary History, VI.

Archeology Data Servive (ADS) website. Available from http://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/archives/view/newportship_2013/ [Last accessed 11th September 2014].

Armitage, P. L. (1986) Faunal remains from the 17th century wreck of the ‘Sea Venture’. Archeozoology Service Report. Level II archival report. Not intended for publication.

BABAO, 2005 Guidelines to the Standards for the Recording of Human Remains. Reading: British Association for Biological Anthropology and Osteoarchaeology/Institute of Field Archaeologists.

Bruseth, J. E. & Turner, T. S. (2005) From a Watery Grave. The discovery and excavation of           La Salle’s shipwreck, La Belle. Texas: Texas A&M University Press College Station.

Coard, R. (2013) Newport Medieval Ship Specialist Report: Faunal Remains. Newport Medieval Ship Archive, Archaeological Data Service, York.

Coy, J. & Gardiner, J. (2005) ‘Reconstruction of the victualling’. In, (Gardiner, J.) Before the Mast: Life and Death Aboard the Mary Rose. Archaeology of the Mary Rose Volume     4, Mary Rose Trust/Oxbow, p.609-611.

Coy, J. and Hamilton-Dyer, S, (2005) ‘Provisions for Board and Lodging: the animal and plant remains’, in Gardiner, J. (ed.) Before the Mast: Life and Death Aboard the Mary Rose. Archaeology of the Mary Rose Volume 4, Mary Rose Trust/Oxbow, p.564-612.

Davis, C. S. L. (1963) Les rations alimentaires de l’armée et de la marine anglaise au XVIe siècle. Annales (Economies, Sociétés, Civilisations) 18, p.139-41.

DCMS, 2005. Guidance for the Care of Human Remains in Museums. London: Department of Culture, Media and Sport.

Department of Culture Media & Sport/ Ministry of Defence (2014) ‘Protection and management of historical Military wrecks outside UK territorial Waters. Guidance on how exciting policies and legislation apply to historic military wreck sites.’

Dunkley, M. (2011) ‘Catastrophic Burials: the study of human remains from sunken warships’, Conservation Bulletin 66, p.20-22.

English Heritage (2004) Marine Archaeology legislation project.

English Heritage/Church of England, 2005. Guidance for the Best Practice for treatment of Human Remains Excavated from Christian Burial Grounds in England. Swindon: English Heritage.

Fournier, L. (2007) L’Alimentation des équipages dans la Marine. Esquisse historique. La Rochelle: La Découvrance.

Fury, C. A. (2002) ‘Victualing, Morbidity, Mortality, and Health Care’. In Furry, C. A. (ed.) Tides in the Affairs of Men: The Social History of Elizabethan Seamen, 1580-1603. Greenwood Press, p.137-195.

Fury, C. A (2012) ‘Health and health care at sea’. In Fury, C. A. (ed.) The Social History of English Seamen, 1485-1649. Boydell & Brewer, p.193-227.

Hambleton, E. & Madgwick, R. (2012) Unpublished report on the faunal remains from the Swash Channel wreck by Bournemouth University.

Historic Scotland, 1997. The Treatment of Human Remains in Archaeology (Historical Scotland Operational Policy Paper No. 5). Edinburgh: Historical Scotland.

Archaeology: Legal, Planning and Ethical Implications. Dublin: Irish Heritage Council.

Jones, M. (2011) For Future Generations: Conservation of a Tudor Maritime Collection (Mary Rose Volume 5). Mary Rose Trust: United Kingdom.

L’Hour, M., Van de Moortel, A., Richez, F., Veyrat, E., Daveau, I., Rival, M., Roman, R., Bompaire, M., Froget, C., Guibal, F., Jovet-Ast, S., Bailly, G., Migaud, P., Perez, M., Plu, A., Querré, G., Ruas, M-P., Sternberg, M. & Evin, J. (1989) ‘Un exemple du développement de l’approche pluridisciplinaire en archéologie sous-marine: l’épave Aber Wrac’h 1, Bulletin de la Société préhistorique française, tome 86, N. 10-12, p.451-457.

L’ Hour, M. & Migaud, P. (1990) Reflet d’un aspect de la vie du bord: étude préliminaire des restes osseux de l’épave de l’Aber Wrac’h (Finistère, Xve s.) Anthropozoologia 12,     p.3-12.

Lloyd, C. (1981) ‘Victualling of the Fleet in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries’, in Watt, J., Freeman, E. J. & Bynum, W. F. (eds.) Starving Sailors: The Influence of Nutrition Upon Naval and Maritime History. Greenwich.

Mays, S. (2008) ‘Human remains in marine archaeology’, Environmental Archaeology, 13 (2), p.123-133.

Migaud, P. (2005) ‘L’étude de l’alimentation carnée d’après les sources archéologiques’. In L’Hour, M. & Veyrat, E. (eds.) La Mer pour Mémoire, Archéologie sous-marines des épaves atlantique. Somogy, p.304-305.

Migaud, P. (2011) ‘A first approach to link between animals and life on board sailing vessels (1500-1800)’ The International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 40(2), p.283-292.

Parham, D. & Palma, P. (2008) Unpublished report held at Bournemouth University: Swash        Channel Wreck; 2008 Season Report. November 2008. Version 1.3. Maritime Archaeology Research Group, p.1-16.

Reilly, K. (1984) ‘The Bones’. In Redknap, M. (ed.) The Cattewater Wreck. The investigation of an armed vessel of the early sixteen century. BAR 131, National Maritime Museum Archaeology Series No.8, Oxford, p.88-93.

Stirland, A. (2000) Raising the Dead. The Skeleton Crw of King Henry VIII’s Great Ship, the Mary Rose. Chichester: Wiley.

Turner-Walker, G. (2008) The chemical and microbial degradation of bones and teeth, p. 3-29, in Pinhasi, R. & Mays, S. (eds.) Advances in Human Palaopathology. Chichester: Wiley.

UNESCO 2001. UNESCO Convention on the Portection of the Underwater Cultural Heritage. Paris: UNESCO.

Veyrat, E. (1992) In Catalogue d’exposition : Recrutement des équipages et vie de bord.           In Des Vaisseaux et des Hommes. Vaisseaux de ligne et gens de mer dans l’Europe du XVIIe siècle. Saint-Vaast-La-Hougue: Musée Maritime de l’Ile Tatihou, p.183.

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