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Abbott, Tina. (2001). Social and personal development. London: Routledge.
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Adams, Jonathan. (2003). Ships, Innovation and Social Change. Stockholm Studies in Archaeology 24. Stockholm: Stockholm University.
Adams R.McC. (1984). Mesopotamian Social Evolution: Old Outlooks, New Goals. In: Earle T. (ed.), On the Evolution of Complex Societies, 79-129.
Agelarakis, A. & Eftratiou, N. (1996). Skeletal Remains from the Neolithic Site of Makri. In: Proceedings of the 2nd Symposium of the Hellenic Archaeometrical Society (26-28
March 1993), 11-21.
Aida, N. (1999). A Prelimnary Report of the Magnetic Susceptibility Measurements at the Hardened Oven-floors. In: Sekine T. & Kamuro H. (eds.), Djadovo excavations 1998, 14-15.
Aitchison, Kenneth (2009). Archaeology and the global financial crisis. Antiquity Vol 83 Issue 319 March 2009 (
Akkermans, P.M.M.G. (1989). Halaf Mortuary Practices. A Survey. In: Haex O.M.C. et al. (eds.), To the Euphrates and Beyond, 75-88.
Akkermans, P.M.M.G. (1993). Villages in the Steppe. Later Neolithic Settlement and Subsistence in the Balikh Valley, Northern Syria. Ann Arbor, Michigan. International
Monographs in Prehistory. Archaeological Series 5.
Alexandrov, S. (1995). The Early Bronze Age in Western Bulgaria: Periodization and Cultural Definition. In D.W. Bailey & I. Panayotov (Eds.), Prehistric Bulgaria (pp. 253-270).
Madison, Wisconsin: Prehistory Press.
Alexandrov, S. (1998). Pottery from the end of Early Bronze Age in Western Bulgaria. In: Stefanovich M. et al. (eds.), In the Steps of James Harvey Gaul, 223-233.
Alexandrov, Stefan. (2009). Golden jewellery from a 2nd millennium BC tumulus grave at Ovchartsi, Radnevo district. Aegeo-Balkan Prehistory.
net/article.php?id_art=15 (30 August 2009).
Alkim, U.B. (1979). Einige charakteristische Metallfunde von İkiztepe. In R.M. Boehmer, & H. Hauptmann (Eds.), Beiträge zur Altertumskunde Kleinasiens. Festschrift für Kurt Bittel
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Alkim U.B., Alkim H., Önder, B. (1988). Ikiztepe I: The First and Second Seasons Excavations (1974-1975). Ankara. Türk Tarih Kurumu.
Allen, D.R. (2002). Managing Motherhood, Managing Risk. Fertility and Danger in West Central Tanzania. The University of Michigan Press. Ann Arbor.
Allen, J.P. & Land, D. (1999). Attachment and adolescence. In: Cassidy, J. & Shaver, P.R. (Eds.), Handbook of attachment: Theory, research and clinical applications, pp. 319-335.
New York: Guilford.
Allison, A. (2002). Playing with Power: Morphing Toys and Transforming heroes and kids’ mass culture. In: Mageo J. (ed.), Power and the Sel,  71-92.
Allison, P. (1999). Household activities. London & New York: Routledge.
Alram-Stern, E. (1996). Die Ägäische Frühzeit. 2. Serie Forschungen 1975-1993. Bd. 1. Das Neolithikum in Griechenland mit Aisnahme von Kreta und Zypern. Veröff. Der
mykenischen Kommission Bd. 16. Wien.
Alram-Stern, E. (2004). Die Ägäische Frühzeit. 2. Serie. Forschungsbericht 1975–2002. 2. Band, Teil 1 und 2: Die Frühbronzezeit in Griechenland. Mit Ausnahme von Kreta (2005
online edition).
Alt K.W., Pichler S., Vach W., Huckenbeck W. & Stloukal, M. (1996). Early Bronze Age Family Burial from Velké Pavlovce. Verification of Kinship Hypothesis by Odontologic and Other
Nonmetric Traits. Homo 46, 3, 256-266.
American Psychiatric Association. (2000). Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders. 4th edition, text revision. Washington, DC: Author.
Ammerman A. & Cavalli-Sforza, L. (1984). The Neolithic Transition and the Genetics of Population. Princeton.
Anastasova, E.Ch. & Pavúk, J. (2001). Die Felssteingeräte aus der neolithischen Tellsiedlung in Gălăbnik, Westbulgarien. Sl Geol. Mag. 7, 4, 397-407. (
Ancient Tablets on-line Ancient Tablets, Ancient Graves: Accessing Women's Lives in Mesopotamia. URL:
Anderson S.Ch. & Thode, E. (2000). A Genealogist’s Guide to Discovering Your German Ancestors. How to Find and Record Your Unique Heritage. Betterway Books. Cincinnati,
Anreiter P., Bartosiewicz L., Jerem E. & Meid W. (Eds.) (1998). Man and the Animal World. Studies in Archaeozoology, Archaeology, Anthropology and Palaeolinguistics in
memoriam Sándor Bökönyi. Archaeolingua Foundation. Budapest.
Anthony, David. (1997). Prehistoric Migration as a Social Process. In: Chapman J. & H. Hamerow (eds.), Migration and Invasion in Archaeological Explanation, 21-32.
Anthony, David (2007). The Horse, the Wheel, and Language: How Bronze-Age Riders from the Eurasian Steppes Shaped the Modern World. Princeton: Princeton University
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Antunović, M. (1990). Anthropological and Archaeological Survey Concerning Mortuary Practice in the Central Area of Balkan Peninsula during the Early and Middle Neolithic. In:
Cahen D. & Otte M. (Eds.), Rubane et Cardial (E.R.A.U.L. 39). Liege, 39-50.
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Archibald, Zofia H. (1998). The Odrysian Kingdom of Thrace: Orpheus Unmasked.  Oxford: Oxford University. (
Arnold, B. (1995). The Material Cuture of Social Structure: Rank and Status in Early Iron Age Europe. In: Arnold B. & Gibson D.B. (eds.), Celtic Chiefdom, 43-52.
Arnold, B. & Gibson, D.B. (Eds.) (1995). Celtic Chiefdom, Celtic State. The Evolution of Complex Social Systems in Prehistoric Europe. Cambridge University Press. Cambridge.
Arnold, J.E. (Ed.) (1996). Emergent Complexity: The Evolution of Intermediate Societies. Archaeological Series 9. Ann Arbor. International Monographs in Prehistory.
Atanassova, J. & Marinova, E. (2005). Contribution to the flora of disappearing wetlands in the Toundzha Hilly Country, SE Bulgaria. Phytologia Balcanica 11(2): 139-144  [pdf]
Aureche, O. & Calley, S. (1988). L’architecture de l’Anatolie du Sud-East au Néolithique acéramique. Anatolica 15, 1-24.
Aurenche, O., Cauvin, J.,  Cauvin, M.-C., Copeland, L., Hours, F. & Sanlaville, P. (1981). Chronologie et organisation de l’espace dans le Proche Orient de 12000 à 5600 av.J.C.
(14000 à 7600 BP). In: Cauvin J. & Sanlaville P. (eds), Préhistoire de Levant, 571-578.
Aurunche O., Évin J., Hours F. (Eds) (1987). Chronologie du Proche Orient. Relative Chronologies and Absolute Chronologies 16,000-4,000 B.P. C.N.R.S. International
Symposium, Lyon (France) 24-28 November 1986/ Chronologies of the Near East.  BAR International Series 379. BAR. Oxford.
Gat, Azar.  (2000).  The causes and origins of "primitive warfare". Reply to Ferguson. Anthropoological Quarterly  73, 3, 165-188.
Avramova, Maya. (2002). Farbspuren, Rötel und andere anorganische Materialien in den Gräbern von Durankulak.- Die Tierreste in den Grabanlagen.- Der Schmuck aus den
Gräbern von Durankulak. In: Todorova H. (Hrg.) 2002a, Durankulak II-1, 117-120, 120-126, 191-206.
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Băčvarov, Krum. (2000). The Karanovo Neolithic Mortuary Practices in Their Balkan and Anatolian Context. In: Hiller S. & Nikolov V. (Hrgs.), Karanovo III, 137-140.
Băčvarov, Krum. (2004). Neolithische Bestattungen aus Westbulgarien. In: Nikolov V., Bacvarov K. (Hrgs.), Von Domica bis Drama. Gedenkschrift für Jan Lichardus. Sofia:
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Bacvarov, Krum (2006). Early Neolithic jat burials in southeastern Europe: a comparative approach. Documenta Praehistorica 33,  101-106 (.
Bacvarov, Krum. (Ed.). (2008). Babies Reborn: Infant/Child Burials in Pre- and Protohistory. BAR International Series 1832.
Bailey, Douglass W. (1986). Ships, ship building, and seafaring in the early Bronze Age Aegean. Thesis.  ii, 43 leaves : ill., map ; 31 cm. (
Bailey, Douglass W. (1990). The living house: signifying continuity. In: Samson, R. (Ed.), The Social archaeology of houses. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 19-48.
Bailey, Douglass W. (1991). The social reality of figurines from the Chalcolithic of Northeastern Bulgaria : the example of Ovcharovo. PhD Thesis. Cambridge: University of
Cambridge. (
Bailey, Douglass & Panayotov, Ivan. (Eds.). (1995). Prehistoric Bulgaria. Prehistory Press. Madison, Wis.
Bailey, Douglass W. (1996). The analysis of tells in northeastern Bulgaria: settlement behaviour in the context of time, space and place. In: Nikolova, Lolita. (Ed.), Early Bronze Age
Settlement Patterns in the Balkans (ca. 3500-2000 BC). Part 2. Sofia: Agato, 289-308.
Bailey, Douglass W. (1996). The interpretation of settlement: an exercise from Bronze Age Thrace. In: Nikolova, Lolita. (Ed.), Early Bronze Age settlement patterns in the Balkans
(ca. 3500-2000 BC). Part 2. Sofia: Agato, 201-213.
Bailey, Douglass W. (1996). The life, times and works of House 59 from the Ovcharovo tell, Bulgaria. In: Darvill, T. & Thomas, J. (Eds.),  Neolithic Houses in Northwest Europe and
Beyond. Oxford: Oxbow, 143-156.
Bailey, Douglass W. (1997). Impermanence and flux in the landscape of early agricultural southeastern Europe. In: Chapman, John & Dolukhanov, Pavel. (Eds.), Landscapes in
Flux. Colloquenda Pontica. Oxford: Oxbow, 39-56.
Bailey, Douglass W. (1998). On Being Famous Through Time and Across Space, in Bailey D.W. (Ed.), The Archaeology of Value. Essays on Prestige ad the Processes of
Valuation. Oxford: BAR. BAR International Series 730, 1-9.
Bailey, Douglass  W (1998). Bulgarian archaeology: ideology, sociopolitics and the exotic. In Archaeology under Fire: Nationalism, Politics and Heritage in the Eastern
Mediterranean and Middle East, ed. by Lynn Meskell, pp. 87-110. Routledge. London.
Bailey, Douglass W., ed., (1998). The Archaeology of Value. Essays on Prestige ad the Processes of Valuation. Oxford: BAR. BAR International Series 730.
Bailey, Douglass W., Tringham, R.E., Bass, J., Hamilton, M., Neumann, H., Stevanovic, M., Angelova, I. and Raduncheva, A. (1998). Expanding the dimensions of early agricultural
tells: the Podgoritsa Archaeological Project, Bulgaria. Journal of Field Archaeology 25(4): 373-96.
Bailey, Douglass W. (1999). Pit-huts and surface-level structures: the built environment in the Balkan Neolithic. Documenta Praehistorica (Ljubljana) 25: 15-30.
Bailey, Douglass W. (1999). What is a tell? Spatial, temporal and social parameters. In:  Brück, J. & Goodman, M. (Eds.) Making Places in the Prehistoric World, 94-111. London:
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Bailey, Douglass W. (2000). Balkan Prehistory. Exclusion, Incorporation and Identity. Routledge. London & New York.
Reviews: Anthropos; 2004, Vol. 99 Issue 1, p234-236 (by Andreas Hemming, Andreas); Antiquity, Vol. 76 Issue 293, p. 887 (by Sarunas Milisauskas).
Bailey, Douglass W., Andreescu Р., Mills S. (2001). Southern Romania Archaeological Project. Second Preliminary Report. Cardiff Studies in Archaeology. Cardiff University.
Bailey, Douglass W. (2002). A new perspective on Neolithic figuines. Cultură şi Civilizatie la Dunărea de Jos 19, 87-95.
Bailey, Douglass W., Andreescu, R., Howard, A.J., Macklin, M.G. and Mills, S. (2002). Alluvial landscapes in the temperate Balkan Neolithic: transitions to tells. Antiquity 76, 349-55.
Bailey Douglass W., Howard R., Macklin M., Andreescu R., Mills S. (2003). The origins of villages in the Balkan Neolithic and the alluvial history of a Danube tributary. In Howard A.,
Passmore D. & Macklin, M. (Eds), Alluvial Archaeology, Rotterdam: Brill, 24-43.
Bailey, Douglass W., Andreescu, R., Mills, Steve & Jones, G. (Eds.). 2003. The Southern Romania Archaeological Project: Third Preliminary Report. Cardiff: Cardiff Studies in
Bailey, D.W., Andreescu, R., Thissen, L., Howard, A., Macklin, M., Haita, C. and Mills, S. (2004). Landscape archaeology of Neolithic southcentral Romania: aims, methods and
preliminary results of the Southern Romania Archaeological Project. Studii şi cercetări de istorie veche şi arheologie (Bucureşti) 52, 3-40.
Bailey, Douglass W. (2005). Prehistoric Figurines: Representation and corporeality in the Neolithic. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, London and New York. 243 pages, 64
figures, 5 front photographs, ISBN 0-415-33152-8 (pb £25) ISBN 0-415-33151-X (hb £75) (
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Bailey, Douglass W. (2005). Beyond the meaning of Neolithic houses: specific objects and serial repetition. In D.W. Bailey, A. Whittle and V. Cummings (Eds), (Un)settling the
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Bailey, Douglass W.,  Whittle  A. (2005). Unsettling the Neolithic: breaking down concepts, boundaries and origins. In Bailey, D.W., Whittle, A. & Cummings, V. (Eds.). (Un)settling
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Bailey Douglass W., Whittle A., Cummings V. (Eds) (2005). (Un)settling the Neolithic. Oxbow. Oxford.
Bailey, Douglass W. & Daniela Hofmann (2005). Henrieta Todorova (ed.). Die prähistorischen Gräberfelder (Durankulak II; 2 volumes). 732 pages, figures, 209 plates, tables.
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Bailey, Douglass W. (2006). Holocene changes in the level of the Back Sea: consequences at a human scale. In Yanko-Hombach V., A.S. Gilbert A.S., Panin N., Dolukhanov P.M.
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Bailey, Douglass W. (2007) Monumentality and presence. In: Renfrew, Colin & Morley, Iain (Eds.),
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Bailey, Douglass W. (2007). The unstable and unattractive Neolithic: archaeology of the margins and the ephemeral. Session: Ephemerality: The Archaeology of Transience. TAG
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