Publications: M-R

Madsen, A.P., S. Muller, C. Neergaard, C. G. Joh Peterson, E. Rostrup, K. J. V. Steenstrup and H. Winge. 1900. Affaldsdynger fra Stenalderen i Danmark. Undersøgte for Nationalmuseet. Carlsbergfondet og Nationalmuseet, København.

Manca, L. 2016, The shell industry in Final Neolithic societies in Sardinia: characterizing the production and utilization of Glycymeris da Costa, 1778 valves. Anthropozoologica, 51 (2), pp. 149-171.

Manca, L. 2010, Gli oggetti d’ornamento in conchiglia,in M. G. Melis (dir.), Usini. Ricostruire il passato. Una ricerca internazionale a S’Elighe Entosu, Carlo Delfino ed., pp. 237-248.

Mannino, M. A. and Thomas, K. D. 2004, A site for all seasons? Investigating the ecology of prehistoric human subsistence and settlement in the coastal zone of north-west Sicily. Archaeology International, volume 7, pp. 31-34. 

Mannino, M.A., Spiro, B. F. and Thomas, K.D., 2003, Sampling shells for seasonality: oxygen isotope analysis on shell carbonates of the inter-tidal gastropod Monodonta lineata (da Costa) from populations across its modern range and from a Mesolithic site in southern Britain. Journal of Archaeological Science 30 667-679. 

Mannino, M.A. and Thomas, K.D., 2001, Intensive Mesolithic exploitation of coastal resources? Evidence from a shell deposit on the Isle of Portland (southern England) for the impact of human foraging on populations of inter-tidal rocky shore molluscs. Journal of Archaeological Science 28, pp. 1101-1114.

Mannino, M. A. and Thomas, K. D., in press. Studio archeozoologico dei reperti faunistici dalla Grotta d’Oriente a Favignana (Trapani), to be published in 2004, in Quaderni del Museo Archeologico Regionale “Antonino Salinas”, volume 8. 

Mannino, M. A., La malacofauna dal sito del Lago di Venere in Contrada Kattibuale a Pantelleria (Trapani), to be published in Pantelleria Punica, an edited volume by E. Acquaro and B. Cerasetti.

Martínez, S. 1988. Adiciones a la malacofauna de la Fm. Sopas (Pleistoceno Superior, Uruguay), con algunas consideraciones paleoecológicas. Paulacoutiana, 3: 67-75, 5 figs. Porto Alegre.

Martínez, S. 1990. Taphonomy and Paleoecology of Holocene mollusks from the western margin of the Merin Lagoon (Villa Soriano Fm., Uruguay). Quat. South Am. & Anct. Pen., 7: 121-135. Rotterdam.

Martínez, S, M. Ubilla, M. Verde, D. Perea, A. Rojas, R. Guérèquiz & Graciela Piñeiro. 2001.Paleoecology and Geochronology of Uruguayan Coastal Marine Pleistocene Deposits . Quaternary Research.55 (2): 246-254 

Martínez, S. y A. Rojas. 2004. Quaternary continental molluscs from Northern Uruguay: distribution and paleoecology. Quaternary International, 114: 123-128.

Martínez, S. y C.J. del Río. 2005. Las ingresiones marinas del Neógeno en el sur de Entre Ríos (Argentina) y litoral Oeste de Uruguay según su contenido malacológico. En: Temas de la Biodiversidad del litoral Fluvial Argentino. F. Aceñolaza (Ed), Miscelánea 14: 13-26. Tucumán.

Martínez S., Rojas A., Ubilla M., Verde M., Perea D. & Piñeiro G.(in press). Shell-beds from the marine Holocene of Uruguay: geochronology and signals for paleoenvironmental reconstruction. Ameghiniana.

Meehan, B. 1982. Shell Bed to Shell Midden. Canberra: Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies.

Meijer, T. & P. Cleveringa, 2003. Aminostratigraphy of the Netherlands. Correlations & Implications. – Early/Middle Pleistocene transitions: the land-ocean evidence. International Conference, University of Cambridge, April 4th 2003. Abstracts pp. 11-13, 3 figs.

Meijer, T. & P. Cleveringa, 2003. Integrated stratigraphy and land-sea correlations of Middle and Late Pleistocene deposits in the North Sea Basin. – Early/Middle Pleistocene transitions: the land-ocean evidence. International Conference, University of Cambridge, april 4th 2003. Abstracts pp. 13-14.

Meijer, T. & R.C. Preece, 2000. A review of the occurrence of Corbicula in the Pleistocene of North-west Europe. – Geologie & Mijnbouw / Netherlands Journal of Geosciences, 79(2/3): 241-255, 3 figs, 1 tab.

Meijer, T. 1998. References of relevant publications about Pliocene and Early Pleistocene deposits in the Netherlands. – Mededelingen Nederlands Instituut voor Toegepaste Geowetenschappen TNO, 60: 579-602.

Meijer, T. 1998. References of relevant publications about Eemian deposits. A base for a European Eemian bibliography. – SEQS Symposium: The Eemian. Local sequences, global perspectives. 126 pp.

Meijer, T. & R.C. Preece, 1996. Malacological data relating to the stratigraphical position of the Cromerian. – In: Turner, C. (ed.), The early Middle Pleistocene in Europe. Balkema (Rotterdam): 53-82, 1 fig., 11 tab.

Meijer, T. & R.C. Preece, 1995. Malacological evidence relating to the insularity of the British Isles during the Quaternary. – In: Preece, R.C. (ed.), 1995, Island Britain: a Quaternary perspective. – Geological Society Special Publication No. 96: 89-110.

Meijer, T. 1993. Stratigraphical notes on Macoma (Bivalvia) in the southern part of the North Sea Basin and some remarks on the arrival of Pacific species. – Scripta Geologica, Special Issue, 2: 297-312, 2 figs., Leiden.

Meijer, T. 1991b. Molluscan investigation of ice-pushed Pleistocene deposits near Wageningen, The Netherlands. – Mededelingen Rijks Geologische Dienst, 46: 55-64.

Meijer, T. 1990. Notes on Quaternary freshwater mollusca of the Netherlands, with descriptions of some new species. – Mededelingen van de Werkgroep voor Tertiaire en Kwartaire Geologie, 26(1989)(4): 145-181, 3 tabs, 2 pls.

Meijer, T 1990. Two new freshwater molluscan species from the early Quaternary of the Netherlands. – Contributions to Tertiary and Quaternary Geology, 27(4): 107-112, 2 pls.

Meijer, T. 1988. Mollusca from the borehole Zuurland-2 at Brielle, the Netherlands (an interim report). – Mededelingen van de Werkgroep voor Tertiaire en Kwartaire Geologie, 25(1): 49-60, 4 figs.

Meijer, T. 1988. Fossiele Zoetwaternerieten uit het Nederlandse Kwartair en enkele opmerkingen over het voorkomen van deze groep in het Kwartair van Noordwest Europa. – De Kreukel, Jubileumnummer: 89-109, 1 pl., 4 tabs. (In Dutch language)

Meijer, T. 1986. Non-marine Mollusc biozonation of Quaternary deposits in the Netherlands. – Proceedings 8th International Malacological Congress, Budapest, 1983, pp 161-163.

Meijer, T. 1985. The pre-Weichselian non-marine molluscan fauna from Maastricht-Belvédère (Southern Limburg, The Netherlands). – Mededelingen Rijks Geologische Dienst, 39(1): 75-103, 6 figs, 3 tabs, 2 pls.

MESA HERNÁNDEZ, Eduardo (2007): «Shell middens and seafood consumption patterns among Canarian aborigines». En Archaeology for the Masses: Theoretical and methodological approaches to a neglected identity category (Coord.) Aarón Alzola Romero. British Archaeological Reports (Serie BAR), Londres. En prensa.

MESA HERNÁNDEZ, Eduardo (2007): «Las “conchas de Canarias” entre aborígenes y europeos: el valor comercial de los discos de Conus sp. en África». En El Boletín de Noticias del Museo Canario. Nº 18. Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, 2006. En prensa.

MESA HERNÁNDEZ, Eduardo (2007): «Análisis de las arqueomalacofaunas de La Cerera». En “El conjunto arqueológico de La Cerera” (Coord) Pedro González Quintero. Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. En Prensa.

MESA HERNÁNDEZ, Eduardo (2006): Los aborígenes y el mar: los concheros de Canarias. I premio de Investigación Histórica, 2005 “Juan Bethencourt Alfonso”. Ed. Ayuntamiento de San Miguel de Abona, Tenerife (Islas Canarias, España).

MESA HERNÁNDEZ, Eduardo (2006): (2006): «Las arqueomalacofaunas en contextos prehistóricos de Tenerife». En XVII Coloquio de Historia Canario-Americana. Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.

MESA HERNÁNDEZ, Eduardo (2006): «Aprovechamiento de los recursos marisqueros en la prehistoria de Tenerife». En las I Jornadas “Prebendado Pacheco” de Investigación Histórica: La Historia en Activo. Tenerife.

MESA HERNÁNDEZ, E. (2005): Los concheros prehistóricos de Canarias. Revisión historiográfica y estado de la cuestión. Proyecto de Investigación Inédito dirigido por la Dra. Bertila Galván Santos y el Dr. Juan Francisco Navarro Mederos, Departamento de Prehistoria, Antropología e Historia Antigua, Universidad de La Laguna, Tenerife.

MESA, E.; GARCÍA, J. C. (2005): «Los Concheros prehistóricos de Canarias. Revisión historiográfica y consideraciones para su caracterización arqueológica». En V Jornadas de Patrimonio Histórico. La Arqueología Canaria: Análisis de partida. Arrecife, Lanzarote.

Mienis, H.K., 1977. Marine molluscs from the Epipaleolithic Natufian and Harifian of the Har Harif, Central Negev, Israel. In A.E. Marks (ed.) Prehistory and Paleoenvironments in the Central Negev, Israel, 2: 347-353. Dallas. 

Mienis, H.K., 1978. The shells. In E. Stern (ed.) Excavations at Tel Mevorakh, 1: From the Iron age to the Roman period. Qedem, 9: 95, plt. 45. 

Mienis, H.K., 1978. Molluscs from the prehistoric sites of Abou Gosh and Beisamoun, Israel. In M. Lechevallier (ed.) Abou Gosh et Beisamoun deux gisements du VIIe Millénaire avant l’ère Chrétienne en Israël. Mémoires et Travaux du Centre de Recherches Préhistoriques Français de Jérusalem, 2: 269-272. 

Mienis, H.K., 1979. Zootecus insularis (Ehrenberg) from Currelly’s site, Sinai. Levantina, 18: 207. 

Mienis, H.K., 1980. Note on Nassarius gibbosulus from the excavations in the Necropolis of Salamis, Cyprus. Levantina, 26: 298-299. 

Mienis, H.K., 1980. Molluscs from a Chalcolithic site near Ben Shemen. Levantina, 28: 333. 

Mienis, H.K., 1980. Mollusca. In J. Perrot & D. Ladiray: Tombes à ossuaires de la région côtière Palestinienne au IVe millénaire avant l’ère Chrétienne. Mémoires et Travaux du Centre de Recherches Préhistoriques Français de Jerusalem, l: 94. 

Mienis, H.K., 1981. African freshwater mussels from a Late Bronze tomb at Jdur; Har Hebron. In S. Ben-Arieh (ed.) [Tell Jedur]. Eretz Israel Archaeological, Historical and Geografical Studies, 15: 128. 

Mienis, H.K., 1983. Dr. G. Haas (1905-1981). International Council for Archaeozoology, Newsletter, 1983: 8-9. 

Mienis, H.K., 1984. Notes on shells from the Bronze age strata from Tel Mevorakh. In E. Stern: Excavations at Tel Mevorakh (1973-1976) Part two: The Bronze age. Qedem, 19: 106-108 & 115, plt. 47. 

Mienis, H.K., 1985. Four shells – four stories. Trowel and Patish, 1985 (2): 2-4. 

Mienis, H.K., 1985. A 9000-year-old shell collection. Hawaiian Shell News, 33 (9): 5. 

Mienis, H.K., 1986. The molluscs of the excavation of the Early Arabic site of Sde Boqer: some further remarks. Levantina, 60: 657-662.

Mienis, H.K., 1987. Molluscs from the excavation of Mallaha (Eynan). In J. Bouchud (ed.) La faune du gisement Natoufien de Mallaha (Eynan) Israel. Mémoires et Travaux du Centre de Recherche Français de Jérusalem, 4: 157-178. Paris. 

Mienis, H.K. & Spanier, E., 1987. A review of the family Janthinidae (Mollusca, Gastropoda) in connection with the Tekhelet dye. In E. Spanier (ed.) The Royal Purple and the Biblical Blue, 196-205, plt. H. Keter, Jerusalem. 

Mienis, H.K., 1987. A second collection of shells from Neolithic Abou Gosh. Levantina, 66: 695-702. 

Mienis, H.K., 1988. Een gegraveerde Lambis-schijf uit de opgravingen van de “City of David” in het oude Jeruzalem, Israël. Correspondentieblad van de Nederlandse Malacologische Vereniging, 242: 430-432. 

Mienis, H.K., 1988. Nahal Hemar Cave – the marine molluscs. Atiqot, 18: 47-49. 

Mienis, H.K., 1989. The molluscs of the Natufian site of Mallaha (Eynan). In: Le Natoufien ou les prémices du Néolithique au Levant, Abstracts: 1 p. Valbonne. 

Mienis, H.K., 1989. Enkele notities betreffende Janthina. Correspondentieblad van de Nederlandse Malacologische Vereniging, 251: 611-612. 

Mienis, H.K., 1990. Landsnails from a Neolithic site in Nahal Oren, Israel. The Papustyla, 1990 (5): 8-9. 

Mienis, H.K., 1990. The molluscs of site 911 in Biq’at ‘Uvdah. ‘Atiqot, 10: 8-12. 

Mienis, H.K., 1990. A blister pearl in a Roman Levantina spiriplana caesareana from Caesarea, Israel. The Papustyla, 1990 (6): 12.

Mienis, H.K., 1990. Neolitische “kralen” vervaardigd uit opercula van Pomatias olivieri uit de opgravingen van Nahal Oren, Israël. Correspondentieblad van de Nederlandse Malacologische Vereniging, 256: 728-731. 

Mienis, H.K., 1990. A record of Nodilittorina natalensis from the excavations of Abu-Madi-I, Sinai, Egypt. De Kreukel, 26 (10): 122. 

Mienis, H.K., 1991. Een schelpmotief op een Arabisch (?) pijpfragment. De Kreukel, 27 (7-8): 114. 

Mienis, H.K., 1992. Shells from the excavation of a Byzantine-Early Arabic site in the southern Negev, Israel. De Kreukel, 28 (1): 6. 

Mienis, H.K., 1992. Molluscs from the excavation of the Early Arabic site of Giv’at Hayil, Negev, Israel. De Kreukel, 28 (4-5): 60. 

Mienis, H.K., 1992. Molluscs. In A. de Groot & D.T. Ariel (eds.) Excavations at the City of David 1978-1985 directed by Yigal Shiloh. Vol. III. Stratigraphical, environmental and other reports. Qedem, 33: 122-130. 

Mienis, H.K., 1992. Landsnails in a human skull from Khirbet Amarit, Israel. The Papustyla, 6 (4): 46. 

Mienis, H.K., 1992. Molluscs from the excavation of a Byzantine church at Pisgat Ze’ev, Jerusalem, Israel. Soosiana, 20: 21-24. 

Mienis, H.K., 1992. Biomphalaria alexandrina from a Neolithic site in Wadi Gibba, Sinai. Soosiana, 20: 25-27. 

Mienis, H.K., 1992. Pupoides coenopictus (Hutton, 1834) from an archaeological site in the southern Negev, Israel. Malakológiai Tájékoztató, 11: 45-46. 

Mienis, H.K., 1992. A second record of Zootecus insularis (Ehrenberg, 1831) from an archaeolo-gical site in Sinai, Egypt. Malakológiai Tájékoztató, 11: 51-52. 

Mienis, H.K., 1993. A note on some molluscs found in graves at Minshat Abu Omar, Egypt. De Kreukel, 29 (3): 39-41. 

Mienis, H.K., 1993. The archaeomalacological material recovered during the second season of the excavation of Tel Harisim. In S. Givon (ed.) The third season of excavation at “Tel Harasim” 1992. Preliminary Report, 3: 28-38. Tel Aviv. 

Mienis, H.K., 1994. Note on a small collection of landsnails recovered during the excavation of Qal’at Bustra, Mount Hermon, Israel. The Papustyla, 8 (3): 15. 

Mienis, H.K., 1994. Nogmaals een pijp met een schelpmotief. De Kreukel, 30 (3-4): 43-44. 

Mienis, H.K., 1994. Donax trunculus from a Byzantine site near Binyanei Ha’Ooma, Jerusalem. Levantina, 80: 12. 

Mienis, H.K., 1994. Early use of Giant clams in the Middle East. Clamlines, 13: 18-19. 

Mienis, H.K., 1994. The molluscs of the excavation of the Early Arabic site of Yotvata, Arava Valley, Israel. Soosiana, 21-22: 22-28. 

Mienis, H.K., 1994. Molluscs from the excavation of Khirbet Deiran (Rehovot). Levantina, 81: 1-2. 

Mienis, H.K., 1995. Molluscs from the excavation of a Byzantine church at Karkur, Negev, Israel. De Kreukel, 31 (6-7): 75-76. 

Mienis, H.K., 1995. Molluscs from the excavation of the Pre-Pottery Neolithic B site of ‘Ein Qadis I, Sinai. ‘Atiqot, 27: 35-36. 

Mienis, H.K., 1995. Molluscs. In I. Beit-Arieh: Horvat Qitmit an Edomite shrine in the biblical Negev. Monograph Series of the Institute of Archaeology Tel Aviv University, 11: 276-279. Tel Aviv. 

Mienis, H.K., 1997. The molluscs from the Iron Age shrine at Horvat Qitmit, Negev, Israel. Malakológiai Tájékoztató, 16: 31-34. 

Mienis, H.K., 1998. Shells collected during the North Sinai Archaeological Survey: some facts and figures. Levantina, 83: 13-15. 

Mienis, H.K., 1999. The archaeomalacological material from the excavation of an Early Bronze site at Tinshemet, Israel. De Kreukel, 35 (3): 38. 

Mienis, H.K., 1999. Molluscs from a water reservoir at Horvat Burgin, Israel. The Conchologists’ Newsletter, 149: 193-194. 

Mienis, H.K., 1999. The molluscs of a PPNB-site in Nahal Reuel, Biq’at ‘Uvdah, Israel. De Kreukel, 35 (7): 109-112. 

Mienis, H.K., 2000. Archaeomalacological finds from Horvat ‘Eleq. In Y. Hirschfeld (ed.) Ramat HaNadiv Excavations, pp.527-528. The Israel Exploration Society, Jerusalem. 

Mienis, H.K., 2000. Remains of Chitons in kitchen middens of bedouins. De Kreukel, 36 (5): 74. 

Mienis, H.K., 2000. Additional molluscs from a PPNB-site in Nahal Reuel, Biq’at ‘Uvdah, Israel. De Kreukel, 36 (5): 77-78. 

Mienis, H.K., 2000. Shells collected during an emergency excavation near the old bus station in Ramla. Triton, 2: 4. 

Mienis, H.K., 2000. Landsnails from the excavation of a Byzantine church at Karkur, Negev, Israel. Triton, 2: 35-36. 

Mienis, H.K., 2000. Molluscs from the excavation of Horvat Raqit, Carmel. De Kreukel, 36 (6): 89-90. 

Mienis, H.K., 2000.Steekwapens gemaakt van schelpen. Correspondentieblad van de Nederlandse Malacologische Vereniging, 317: 144-145. 

Mienis, H.K., 2001. Human uses of opercula 1. Horny opercula used as “Ketoret” by Jews. 2. Horny opercula used as a source of incense in the Arabic world. 3. Human uses of calcareous opercula – ornamental uses of Turbo opercula. Internet Hawaiian Shell News, June 2001 Month Section, 12-14. 

Mienis, H.K., 2001. Human uses of opercula 4. Shell beads made from the opercula of the landsnail Pomatias olivieri. Internet Hawaiian Shell News, July 2001 Month Section, 27. 

Mienis, H.K., 2001. More on opercula. Human uses of opercula 4. Shell beads made from opercula of the landsnail Pomatias olivieri. Internet Hawaiian Shell News, July 2001 Month Section: 24. 

Mienis, H.K., 2002. Nomenclature in archaeological reports dealing with material from the Middle East. The Malaco+Archaeology Group Newsletter, 2: 1-2. 

Mienis, H.K., 2002. Finally a confirmation of the former presence of Leguminaia saulcyi in Israel (Bivalvia, Unionidae). Ellipsaria, 4 (2): 11-12. 

Mienis, H.K., 2002. Some molluscs from the excavation of an Iron age site at Tel Ashdod, Israel. Triton, 6: 33-34. 

Mienis, H.K., 2002. Archaeomalacological finds from an Early Bronze cave at Asherat, Western Galilee, Israel. Triton, 6: 35. 

Mienis, H.K., 2002. Archaeozoological remains II. Molluscs. In A. Kempinski [N. Scheftelowitz & R. Oren (eds.)] Tel Kabri. The 1986-1993 excavation seasons. Monograph Series of the Sonia and Marco Nadler Institute of Archaeology, Tel Aviv University, 20: 402-408. 

Mienis, H.K., 2002. Archaeozoological remains II. Crabs. In A. Kempinski [N. Scheftelowitz & R. Oren (eds.)] Tel Kabri. The 1986-1993 excavation seasons. Monograph Series of the Sonia and Marco Nadler Institute of Archaeology, Tel Aviv University, 20: 406-408. 

Mienis, H.K. & Hadas, G., 2002. Archaeomalacological finds in the vicinity of ‘En Gedi 1. Molluscs found during an excavation in the “Old Roses”. Triton, 6: 30-31. 

Mienis, H.K. & Hadas, G., 2002. Archaeomalacological finds in the vicinity of ‘En Gedi 2. Landsnails recovered from an ancient Leopard trap. Triton, 6: 32.

Mienis, H.K., 2003. Molluscs from the excavation of Horvat Raqit, Carmel. In S. Dar (ed.) Raqit Marinus Estate on the Carmel, Israel, 53-56. (English section) Eretz – Geographic Research & Publications & The Israel Exploration Society, Tel Aviv. 

Mienis, H.K., 2003. Molluscs from the excavation of Tel Kabri (With an appendix dealing with Crustaceans found at that site). Triton, 7: 28-37. 

Mienis, H.K., 2003. Some surface finds of shells in the old cemetery near the Mamluk tower of Ramla. Triton, 7: 38-39. 

Mienis, H.K., 2003. What can we learn from a second look at the shells from the excavation of Mit Rahena, Egypt? The Archaeo+Malacology Group Newsletter, 4: 3-5. 

Mienis, H.K. 2003. An Iron Age pendant found at Tel Malhata made from a 75 million year old fossil. Triton 8:35.

Mienis, H.K. and G. Hadas. 2003. Archaeomalacological finds in the vicinity of ‘En Gedi’ 3. Molluscs from an ancient aquaduct in Nahal Arugot. Triton 8:33-34.

Mienis, H.K., 2003. A Triton shell from the large Byzantine structure in Area XV. In E. Mazar (Ed.): The Temple Mount Excavations in Jerusalem 1968-1978 directed by Benjamin Mazar. Final Reports Volume II. The Byzantine and Early Islamic Periods. Qedem, 43: 159-160.

Mienis, H.K. 2004. Revd H.E.G. Biggs and his archaeomalacological works. The Archaeo+Malacology Group Newsletter 5:2-3.

Mienis, H.K. 2004. Shells from the excavation of a Chalcolithic near the Shoqet junction, Negev. Triton 9:31-2

Mienis, H.K. 2004. Shells from the excavation of the Neolithic site of Munhatta, Jordan Valley, Israel. Triton 9:33.

Mienis, H.K. 2004. Molluscs from two test pits at a pottery neolithic site near Hazorea, Yizre’el Valley, Israel. Triton 9:34-5.

Mienis, H.K., 2003. A Triton shell from the large Byzantine structure in Area XV. In E. Mazar (Ed.): The Temple Mount Excavations in Jerusalem 1968-1978 directed by Benjamin Mazar. Final Reports Volume II. The Byzantine and Early Islamic Periods. Qedem 43: 159-160.

Mienis, H.K., 2004. Problems with dating freshwater snails from extinct populations in Israel. Ellipsaria 6(2):12-13.

Mienis, H.K. 2004. When shell begin to talk. Archaeomalacology: an important tool for the archaeologist with examples from the excavation of Mallaha, Hula Valley, Israel. In B. Ozturk and A. Salman (eds.) Proceedings of the First National Malacology Congress, 1-3 September 2004, Izmir. Turkish Journal of Aquatic Life 2(2):111-116.

Mienis, H.K. 2004. Aquatic molluscs. In P. Figueras (ed.) Horvat Kurkar ‘Illit. Beer-Sheva Archaeological monographs 1 (= Beer-Sheva, Studies by the Department of Bible and Ancient Near East 16): 332-334.

Mienis, H.K. 2004. Shell beads made from the opercula of land snails belonging to the family Potamiidae. The Archaeo+Malacology Group Newsletter 6:3-4.

Mienis, H.K. 2004. The Nile mussel Aspatharia rubens has got a new name: Chambardia rubens arcuata. The Archaeo+Malacology Group Newsletter 6:4.

Milner, N. 2002. Incremental growth of the European Oyster, Ostrea edulis: seasonality information from Danish kitchenmiddens. British Archaeological Reports. 

Milner, N. 2003. Pitfalls and problems in analysing and interpreting faunal remains the seasonality of faunal remains, in N. Milner and D.Q.Fuller (eds) Animal Bones in Archaeology: Archaeological Review from Cambridge 18:1. 

Milner, N. 2002. Oysters, cockles and kitchenmiddens: Consuming shellfish on Danish middens, in P.T. Miracle and N. Milner (eds) Consuming Patterns and Patterns of Consumption. Cambridge: McDonald Institute. 

Milner, N. 2001. At the cutting edge: using thin sectioning to determine season of death of the European Oyster, Ostrea edulis. Journal of Archaeological Science 28, 861-873

Milner, N. 2001. Seasonality studies and palaeoenvironmental analysis of oysters from the Danish kitchenmidden of Krabbesholm. University of Durham and University of Newcastle upon Tyne Archaeological Reports.

Miller, J.M., Sawchuk, E.A., Reedman, A.L.R. and Willoughby P.R. 2018. Land Snail Shell Beads in the Sub-Saharan Archaeological Record: When, Where, and Why? African Archaeological Review https://doi.org/10.1007/s10437-018-9305-3

Mougne C., Dupont C., Lepaumier H., Quesnel L. (in press) – Exploitation of marine Shells during the Late Iron Age: Gathering territory, dietary choices and circulation networks “The example of Cormelles-le-Royal (Plain of Caen, Lower-Normandy, France), In  Daire M.-Y. et al. “Ancient maritime communities and the relationship between people and environment along the European Atlantic coasts/ Anciens peuplements littoraux et relations homme/milieu sur les côtes de l’Europe atlantique“. International Conference HOMER 2011, Vannes. British Archaeological Reports (B.A.R.). 13p.

Mougne C., Dupont C., Baudry A., Quesnel L., Daire M.-Y.  (in press) – Acquisition and management of the marine invertebrates resources on a pre-roman coastal settlement : the site of Dossen-Rouz (Locquémeau-Trédrez, Brittany, France), In Szabo K., Dimitrivic V., Dupont C., Gastelum L.G., Serrand N., (eds). Proceedings of the archaeomalacology session, 11th ICAZ conferences, Paris 2010, BAR International volume. 12p.

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Quitmyer, I. R., D. S. Jones, and C. F. T. Andrus. 2004 (in press). Seasonal Collection of Coquina Clams Donax variabilis During the Archaic and St. Johns Period in Coastal Noreast Florida. In Archaeomalacology: Molluscs in Former Environments of Human Behavior, edited by D. Bar-Yosef. Oxbow Press, UK.

Quitmyer, I. R. and E. E. Kennedy 2004 (in review). The Zooarchaeology of the Miami Circle, Brickell Point (8DA12), the City of Miami, Florida. Florida Anthropologist.

Quitmyer, I.R. 2003. Zooarchaeological Remains from Bottle Creek. In The Archaeology of Bottle Creek: A Mississippian Town in the Mobile Delta, edited by I. Brown, pp. 130-155. University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa, AL.

Quitmyer, I. R. 2003. Zooarchaeology of Cinnamon Bay, St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands: PreColumbian Over Exploitation of Animal Resources. In Papers in Honor of Elizabeth S. Wing, Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 44(1), edited by F. W. King and C. Porter, pp. 131-158. Florida Museum of History, University of Florida, Gainesville.

Quitmyer, I. R. 2002. A Zooarchaeological Study of Remnant Mound, De Soto National Memorial (8MA7). In Archaeology of De Soto National Memorial, Species Report Series of the National Park Service, edited by G. Prentice and M. Schwadron, pp. 158-196. SEAC Technical Reports No. 8, Southeastern Archaeological Center, National Park Service, Tallahassee, FL.

Quitmyer, I. R. 2002. Zooarchaeological Analysis. In Phase III Mitigative Excavation at the Lake Monroe Outlet Midden (8VO53), Florida, edited by E. Horvath, pp. 6.1-6.25. U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration, Washington D.C.

Quitmyer, I. R. 2002. The Zooarchaeology of a Middle-Holocene Archaeological Site Along the Mitchell River (8WA1278): Subsistence, Seasonality, and Paleoenvironment in the Late Archaic Period (ca. 5000 B.P.). Report prepared for Rebecca Saunders, LSU Museum of Natural History, funded by NSF.

Quitmyer, I. R. 2001. The Mount Taylor Period Zooarchaeological Record of the Lake Monroe Outlet Midden (8VO53): Middle Holocene Subsistence in Central-East Florida. Report prepared for Archaeological Consultants, Inc. Sarasota, and for the Florida Department of Transportation, Tallahassee.

Quitmyer, Irvy R. and S. Brix. 2001. Lake Monroe Outlet Midden. Environmental Archaeology, FLMNH web page (http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/envarch/monroe/monroe.htm) funded by the Federal Department of Transportation, Washington, D.C.

Quitmyer, I. R. and E. S. Wing. 2001. The Lujan I Site: A Record of Native American Animal Use on Vieques Island, Puerto Rico. Report prepared for the Government of Vieques Island, Puerto Rico.

Quitmyer, I. R. and D. S. Jones 2000. The Over Exploitation of Hard Clams (Mercenaria spp.) from Five Archaeological Sites in the Southeastern United States. The Florida Anthropologist 53(2-3)160-167.

Quitmyer, I. R. 2000. The Zooarchaeology of Block 107 (8HI2398), City of Tampa, Florida: A Record of Manasota Period (A.D. 400-800) Environment and Subsistence. Report prepared for Archaeological Consultants, Inc, Sarasota, FL. 

Quitmyer, I. R. and M. A. Massaro 1999. Seasonality and Subsistence in a Southwest Florida Estuary: A Faunal Analysis of Pre-Columbian Useppa Island. In The Archaeology of Useppa Island, edited by W. H. Marquardt, pp. 99-128. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironemntal Studies Monograph Number 3, University of Florida, Gainesville.

Quitmyer, I. R. 1999. Zooarchaeological Indicators of Habitat Exploitation and Seasonality from the Shell Ridge Midden, Palmer Site (8SO2), Osprey, Florida. The Florida Anthropologist 51(4) 193-203.

Quitmyer, I. R., D. S. Jones, and W. S. Arnold 1997. The Sclerochronology of Hard Clams, Mercenaria spp., from the Southeastern U.S.: A Method of Elucidating the Zooarchaeological Records of Seasonal Resource Procurement and Seasonality in Prehistoric Shell Middens. Journal of Archaeological Science 24:825-840.

Quitmyer, I. R. and L. Kozuch 1996. Phase II Zooarchaeology at Finca Valencia (NCS-1) and Site NCS-4, Northwest Puerto Rico. Report prepared for LAW Caribe, Santurce, Puerto Rico. 

Quitmyer, I. R. 1995. Zooarchaeological Remains from the Bottle Creek (1Ba2) Mississippian Site, Alabama. Report prepared for I. Brown, Gulf Coast Survey, State Museum of Alabama, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa. 

Quitmyer, I. R. 1995. Season of Harvest and Age Structure of Mercenaria spp. excavated from St. Johns II (A.D. 590-1400) Archaeological Contexts of the Mosquito Lagoon, Florida. In Final Report on the Archaeological Investigations at the Seminole Rest Site (CANA-063/8VO124), Canaveral National Seashore, Volusia County, edited by E. Horvath, pp. 92-132. National Park Service, Southeast Archaeological Center, Tallahassee, FL.

Quitmyer, I. R. 1994. An Interim Report of the Zooarchaeological Analysis of Remains Sampled from Feature 45 (C100Z), Bottle Creek (1Ba2), Alabama. Report prepared for I. Brown, Gulf Coast Survey, State Museum of Alabama, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa. 

Quitmyer, I. R. 1994. Subsistence Behavior of St. Johns I People from the Causeway (LA512) and Hunt Camp (8LA514) Archaeological Sites, Deer Island, Lake County, Florida. Report prepared for SouthArc, Inc., Gainesville, Florida. 

Quitmyer, I. R. 1994. Zooarchaeological Investigations of 8Cr71 and 8Cr745, Fakahatchee Strand and Its relationship to the Faunal Record of the Glades Region. Report prepared for the Florida Department of State, C.A.R.L., Tallahassee. 

Quitmyer, I. R. 1994. Descriptive Analysis of Fauna Identified in Operation six, Little Salt Spring (8SO18), Florida. Report prepared for J. Gifford, Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science Marine Affairs, University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL.

Quitmyer, I. R. 1992. Determination of Habitat Exploitation and Seasonality from Selected Zooarchaeological Indicators Excavated from the Shell Ridge Midden, Palmer Archaeological Site (8So2). Report prepared for Archaeological Consultants, Inc., Sarasota, FL. 

Quitmyer, I. R. and D. S. Jones 1992. Calendars of the Coast: Seasonal Growth Increment Patterns in the Shells of Modern and Archaeological Southern Quahogs, Mercenaria campechiensis, from Charlotte Harbor, Florida. In Culture and Environment in the Domain of the Calusa, edited by W. H. Marquardt, pp. 247-264. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, Monograph 1, University of Florida, Gainesville. 

Quitmyer, I. R. 1991. Faunal Remains from the Fig Springs Mission (8CO1). Ms. on file Environmental Archaeology Program, Florida Museum of Natural History, Gainesville.

Quitmyer, I. R. 1990. Zooarchaeological Investigation of Fauna Excavated from Oaks of Miramar (8BD2112), Florida. In Archaeological Excavations 8BD1867 and 8BD2112, Perry Farms/Oaks of Miramar, Broward Count, Florida, edited by M. F. Dickinson and L. B. Waye. SouthArc, Inc., Gainesville, FL. 

Quitmyer, I. R. 1989. Paleoseasonality Study of the Hard Clam Mercenaria mercenaria Excavated from Minim Island (38GE46), South Carolina. In An Archaeological Study of the Minim Island Site: Early Woodland Dynamics in Coastal South Carolina, edited by C. T. Espenshade and P. E. Brockington, Jr., pp. 34-36 and 211-215. Department of the Army, Corps of Engineers, Charleston District, Contract No. DACW60-87-C-0005. 

Quitmyer, I. R. 1989. Review of Making Dead Oysters Talk, Brett Kent, 1988. Journal of Middle Atlantic Archaeology 5:156-157.

Quitmyer, I. R., H. S. Hale, and D. S. Jones 1985. Paleoseasonality Determination Based on Incremental Shell Growth in the Hard Clam Mercenaria mercenaria, and Its Implications for the Analysis of Three Southeastern Georgia Coastal Shell Middens. Southeastern Archaeology 4(1):27-40.

Quitmyer, I. R., E. S. Wing, H. S. Hale, and D. S. Jones 1985. Volume 2: Zooarchaeology. In Aboriginal Subsistence and Settlement Archaeology of Kings Bay Locality, Reports of Investigations 2, edited by W. H. Adams. University of Florida, Department of Anthropology, Gainesville.

Reese, D.S. 2018. Faunal evidence: catalogues, worked bones, ivory, horn, shells. In P. Fischer and T. Bürge, Two Late Cypriot City Quarters at Hala Sultan Tekke. The Söderberg Expedition 2010-2017. SIMA CXLVII. Uppsala: Åströms Editions, 493-563.

Reese, D.S. 2018. Faunal Remains. In B.L. Erickson, Lerna, A Preclassical Site in the Argolid VIII The Historical Greek Village. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 437-441 (bones & shells).

Reese, D.S. 2017. Invertebrates from Kalavasos-Agious with a summary of Chalcolithic exploitation on Cyprus. Report of the Department of Antiquities, Cyprus 2011-12: 219-236.

Reese, D.S. 2017. Recent shells and fossil invertebrates from WT-13. In P.M.M. Daviau, A Wayside Shrine in Northern Moab: Excavations in Wadi ath-Thamad. Oxford: Oxbow Books, 213-219.

Reese, D.S. 2017. Shells from Jerusalem: Sites S.II, R and H. In K. Prag, Excavations by K.M. Kenyon in Jerusalem 1961-1967, Volume VI, Sites on the edge of the Ophel. Levant Supplementary Series 18. Oxford: Oxbow Books, 291-293.

Reese, D.S. 2019. The Invertebrates. In MacGillivray, J.A. and Sackett, L.H. eds., Palaikastro Building 1. BSA Supplemental Volume 49. London: The British School at Athens, 387-409.

Reese, D.S. and Yamasaki, M. 2017. Shells. In L. Bombardieri, Erimi Laonin tou Porakou. A Middle Bronze Age Community in Cyprus. Excavatons 2008-2014. SIMA CXLV. Uppsala: Åströms Editions, 321-325.

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Ruscillo, D. 2009 The Faunal Remains from House X, in M.C. Shaw (ed.) Kommos VI: House X, INSTAP Academic Press (In press).

Ruscillo, D. 2009 The Marine and Terrestrial Molluscs from the Sanctuary at Bonjakët: a Taphonomic Study, in J. L. Davis, I. Pojani, V. Dimo, and S. R. Stocker (ed.) A Sanctuary in Hora of Illyrian Apollonia: Excavations of the Bonjakët Site (2004-2006). (In press).

Ruscillo, D. 2010 Animal Remains from the Tombs, in J. K. Papadopoulos, Agora Vol. _: The Early Iron Age. Part I: The Early Iron Age Cemeteries. Hesperia Supplement, American School of Classical Studies at Athens. (Forthcoming).

Ruscillo, D. 2010 Faunal Remains from the Athena sanctuary, in G. Schaus (ed.) Excavations at the Athena Sanctuary, Stymphalia. (Forthcoming).

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Ruscillo, D. 2005 Reconstructing Murex Royal Purple and Biblical Blue in the Aegean, in D. Bar-Yosef (ed.), Archaeomalacology (Proceedings of the 9th Conference of the International Council of Archaeozoology, Durham, August 2002), Oxbow Books, pp. 99-106.

Ruscillo, D. 2005 Faunal Remains and Murex Dye Production, in J. W. Shaw and M. C. Shaw (eds.), Kommos V: The Monumental Minoan Buildings at Kommos. Princeton University Press, pp. 776-840.

Ruscillo, D. 2005 The Animal Remains Found in Tombs (with S. Bökönyi), in J. K. Papadopoulos, Early Iron Age Cemetery at Torone, (Monumenta Archaeologica 24). Los Angeles: Cotsen Institute of Archaeology, pp. 317-320.

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