Publications: S-Z

Sandweiss, Daniel H., and Maria del Carmen Rodriguez. 1991. Moluscos Marinos en la Prehistoria Peruana: Breve Ensayo. Boletin de Lima 75:55-63.

Serrand, N. & D. Bonnissent. in press. Pre-columbian Preceramic shellfish consumption and shell tool production. The Orient Bay site’s shell remains (Saint-Martin, Northern Lesser Antilles). Proceedings of the Archaeomalacology session, ICAZ, Durham 2002.

Serrand, N., J.-D. Vigne & J. Guilaine, in press. Marine shells from the early Preceramic Neolithic of Cyprus at Shillourokambos (9th-8th mill. cal BC). A mainly ornamental set with similarities to mainland PPNB. Proceedings of the Archaeomalacology session, ICAZ, Durham 2002.

Serrand, N. 2003. Les restes de mollusques du site de la plage de Dizac, Diamant, Martinique : études 2001 et 2002. In : Bérard B. et al., Le Néolithique de la Martinique dans son contexte antillais. Rapport du Projet Collectif de Recherche, Programme 32.

Serrand, N. 2002. Les restes de mollusques du site de la plage de Dizac, Diamant, Martinique. Etude 2001. In : Bérard B. et al., Le Néolithique de la Martinique dans son contexte antillais. Rapport du Projet Collectif de Recherche, Programme 32.

Serrand, N. 2002. Les restes d’invertébrés de la zone C du site de Baie Orientale. In : Bonnissent D. et al., Les sites de la Baie Orientale. Occupations précéramiques et post-Saladoïde. Saint-Martin, Guadeloupe, Petites Antilles. Document Final de Synthèse. Rapport au Service Régional de l’Archéologie de Guadeloupe.

Serrand, N. 2002. Exploitation des invertébrés marins et terrestres par les populations Saladoïdes et Post-Saladoïdes du Nord des Petites Antilles (” 500 B.C.-1200 A.D.). Étude de cas et comparaisons. Paris : Thèse de doctorat de l’Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, Préhistoire-Ethnologie-Anthropologie. (To be published in : British Archaeological Reports, Monographs in American Archaeology.)

Serrand, N. 2001. Occurrence of exogenous freshwater Bivalves (Unionoida) in the Lesser Antilles during the first millenium A.D. : example from the Hope Estate Saladoid site (St Martin, French Lesser Antilles). In : Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of the Association for Caribbean Archaeology, St George’s University Campus, True Blue, St George, Grenada, juillet 1999, pp. 136-152. St George, Grenada : Association Internationale d’Archéologie de la Caraïbe, Région Guadeloupe, Mission Archéologique.

Serrand, N. 1999. Strombus gigas parts and their utilization for artifact manufacture : a case study from the Tanki Flip site, Aruba. In : Proceedings of the 16th International Congress of the Association for Caribbean Archaeology, Basse-Terre, Guadeloupe, Juillet 1995, pp. 229-240. Basse-Terre, Guadeloupe : Conseil Régional de la Guadeloupe, Mission archéologique et du Patrimoine.

Serrand, N. 1999. Exploitation of marine molluscan resources during the Saladoid and Ostionoid periods in the Lesser Antilles : examples from the Hope Estate site (St Martin) and others. Paper presented at the 64th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Chicago, Illinois, March 24-28th.

Serrand, N. 1998. Etude préliminaire des Restes d’Invertébrés marins. In : Bonnissent D. et al., Rapport de Fouilles Programmées du site Amérindien de Hope Estate, St.-Martin, Antilles françaises. Campagne 1998. SRA Guadeloupe, Association Archéologique Hope Estate.

Serrand, N. 1998. Acquisition de coquillages exogènes par les occupants de Hope Estate. Bulletin de l’Association Archéologique Hope Estate, 7: 30-34. Revue bilingue, St Martin.

Serrand, N. 1997. De la coquille archéologique aux gestes quotidiens des Arawaks / From the archaeological shell to the daily practices of the Arawaks. Bulletin de l’Association Archéologique Hope Estate, 6 : 12-17, Revue bilingue, St Martin.

Serrand, N. 1997. Tanki Flip shell artefacts with a relatively high level of modification. In : A.H. Versteeg et S. Rostain (eds.) The Archaeology of Aruba : the Tanki Flip site. Aruba, Amsterdam : Publications of the Archaeological Museum of Aruba 8, pp. 189-217. Publications of the Foundation for Scientific Research in the Caribbean Region 141.

Serrand, N., R. Dacal Moure & A. Reinink. 1997. Conclusions on Tanki Flip shells. In : A.H. Versteeg et S. Rostain (eds.) The Archaeology of Aruba : the Tanki Flip site, pp. 218-220. Aruba, Amsterdam : Publications of the Archaeological Museum of Aruba 8, Publications of the Foundation for Scientific Research in the Caribbean Region 141.

Serrand, N. 1997. Etude préliminaire des Restes d’Invertébrés marins. In : Bonnissent D. et al., Rapport de Fouilles Programmées du site Amérindien de Hope Estate, St.-Martin, Antilles françaises. Campagne 1997. SRA Guadeloupe, Association Archéologique Hope Estate.

Serrand, N. 1996. La Faune d’Invertébrés marins du Néolithique Moyen de l’Abri de La Figue (Punta di Murtuli, Sartène, Corse-du-Sud) – Quelques aperçus sur l’exploitation alimentaire des invertébrés marins. Paris : DEA de l’Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, Ecole doctorale Environnement et Archéologie.

Siriwardana, T. 2009. Utilisation of molluscs as a food resource among traditional communities in Kalpitiya region (KR) of Sri Lanka. Paper presented at the 14th International Forestry and Environmental Symposium, December 2009. For a pdf abstract, click here.

Siriwardana, T. Social group representation in the uses of marine molluscs, Santati, No. 04, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Kelaniya.

Siriwardana, T. Traditional Sri Lankan terminologies in chank (Turbinella pyrum) classification and grading, pp. 287-296, Proceedings of National Archaeological conference, 2010, Part I, Department of archaeology, Sri Lanka.

Steele TE and E Álvarez-Fernández. 2011. “Initial investigations into the exploitation of coastal resources in North Africa during the Late Pleistocene at Grotte des Contrebandiers, Morocco,” in Trekking the Shore: Changing Coastlines and the Antiquity of Coastal Settlement. Edited by Bicho N, J Haws and LG Davis, pp. 383-403. New York: Springer.

Steele TE, E Álvarez-Fernández and E Hallett-Desguez. 2019. Special Issue: Personal Ornaments in Early Prehisotry – A review of shells as personal ornamentation during the African Middle Stone Age. PaleoAnthropology 2019:24−51.

Steele TE and RG Klein. 2008. Intertidal shellfish use during the Middle and Later Stone Age of South Africa. Archaeofauna 17:63-76.

Steele TE and RG Klein. 2005/06. Mollusk and tortoise size as proxies for stone age population density in South Africa: Implications for the evolution of human cultural capacity. Munibe (Antropologia – Arkeologia) 57:221-237.

Stiner, M. C. 1992. Overlapping species “choice” by Italian Upper Pleistocene predators. Current Anthropology 33:433-451. 

Stiner, M. C. 1993. Small animal exploitation and its relation to hunting, scavenging, and gathering in the Italian Mousterian. In G. L. Peterkin, H. Bricker & P. Mellars (eds) Hunting and Animal Exploitation in the Later Palaeolithic and Mesolithic of Eurasia, Vol. 4, pp. 101-119. Archaeological Papers of the American Anthropological Association, Washington, D. C. 

Stiner, M. C. 1994. Honor Among Thieves: A Zooarchaeological Study of Neandertal Ecology. Princeton Univeristy Press, Princeton, New Jersey. 

Stiner, M. C. 2001. Thirty years on the “Broad Spectrum Revolution” and Paleolithic demography. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 98(13):6993-6996. 

Stiner, M. C. 2002. Carnivory, coevolution, and the geographic spread of the genus Homo. Journal of Archaeological Research 10(1):1-63. 

Stiner, M. C. 2003. “Standardization” in Upper Paleolithic Ornaments at the Coastal Sites of Riparo Mochi and Üçagizli Cave. In J. Zilhão and F. d’Errico (eds) The Chronology of the Aurignacian and of the Transitional Technocomplexes: Dating, Stratigraphies, Cultural Implications. Trabalhos de Arqueologia, no. 33, pp. 49-59. Lisbon: Istituto Protuguês de Arqueologia. 

Stiner, M. C. 2003. Zooarchaeological evidence for resource intensification in Algarve, southern Portugal. Promontoria (in press). Stiner, M. C., N. Bicho, J. Lindly & R. Ferring. 2003. Mesolithic to Neolithic transitions: New results from shell-middens in the western Algarve, Portugal. Antiquity 77(295):75-86. 

Stiner, M. C., S. L. Kuhn, T. A. Surovell, P. Goldberg, L. Meignen, S. Weiner & O. Bar-Yosef. 2001a. Bone preservation in Hayonim Cave (Israel): a macroscopic and mineralogical study. Journal of Archaeological Science 28:643-659. 

Stiner, M. C., and Munro, N. D. 2002. Approaches to prehistoric diet breadth, demography, and prey ranking systems in time and space. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 9(2):181-214. 

Stiner, M. C., N. D. Munro, T. A. Surovell, E. Tchernov & O. Bar-Yosef. 1999. Paleolithic population growth pulses evidenced by small animal exploitation. Science 283:190-194. 

Stiner, M. C., N. D. Munro & T. A. Surovell. 2000. The tortoise and the hare: Small game use, the Broad Spectrum Revolution, and Paleolithic demography. Current Anthropology 41(1):39-73. 

Stiner, M. C., Pehlevan, C., Sagir, M. & Özer, I. 2003. Zooarchaeological studies at Üçagizli Cave: preliminary results on Paleolithic subsistence and shell ornaments. Arasterma Sonuçlari Toplantisi, Ankara 17:29-36. 

Stiner, M. C. 1999. Trends in Paleolithic mollusk exploitation at Riparo Mochi (Balzi Rossi, Italy): Food and ornaments from the Aurignacian through Epigravettian. Antiquity 73(282):735-754. 

Stiner, M. C. & E. Tchernov. 1998. Pleistocene species trends at Hayonim Cave: Changes in climate versus human behavior. In T. Akazawa, K. Aoki & O. Bar-Yosef (eds) Neanderthals and Modern Humans in West Asia, pp. 241-262. New York:Plenum Press.

Stiner, M. C., S. Weiner, O. Bar-Yosef & S. L. Kuhn. 1995. Differential burning, fragmentation, and preservation of archaeological bone. Journal of Archaeological Science 22:223-237.

Suárez, M.L.1981. Técnicas prehispánicas en los objetos de concha. 14 Colección Científica de Arqueología, Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Ciudad de México.

Szabó, K. and J.R. Amesbury.  2011  Molluscs in a world of islands: the use of shellfish as a food resource in the tropical island Asia-Pacific region.  Quaternary International 239:8-18.

Szabó, K. Shell artefacts and shell-working in the Lapita Cultural Complex. Journal of Pacific Archaeology 1(2):115-127

Szabó, K. and H. Ramirez. 2009. Worked Shell from Leta Leta Cave, Palawan, Philippines. Archaeology in Oceania 44: 150-159.

Szabó, K. 2009. Molluscan Remains from Fiji. In G. Clark and A. Anderson (eds) Early Fijian Prehistory, pp. 183-211. Canberra: ANU E-Press.   

Szabó, K. 2008. Shell as a Raw Material: Mechanical Properties and Working Techniques. Archaeofauna 17: 125-138.

Szabó, K. and I. Quitmyer (eds). 2008. Molluscs and Other Marine Resources. Archaeofauna 17 (special issue).

Szabó, K., A. Brumm and P. Bellwood. 2007. Shell artefact production at 32,000 – 28,000 b.p. in Island Southeast Asia: Thinking across media? Current Anthropology 48(5):701-723.

Szabó, K. 2007. An Assessment of Shell Fishhooks of the Lapita Cultural Complex. In A. J. Anderson, K. Green and B. F. Leach (eds) Vastly Ingenious: The Archaeology of Pacific Material Culture, pp. 227-241. Dunedin: Otago University Press.

Szabó, K. 2007. Invertebrate Remains from Linaminan. In K. Szabó and E. Dizon “The Archaeology of Linaminan,” Hukay 11: 33-34.

Sabó, K. 2005. Technique and Practice: Shell-working in the Western Pacific and Island Southeast Asia. Unpublished PhD thesis, 3 volumes. Canberra: Department of Archaeology and Natural History, Australian National University.

Szabó, K. and S. O’Connor. 2004. Migration and Complexity in Holocene Island Southeast Asia. World Archaeology 36(4): 621-8.

Szabó, Katherine, Hazel Ramirez, Atholl Anderson and Peter Bellwood. 2003. Prehistoric subsistence strategies on the Batanes Islands, northern Philippines. Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association The Taipei Papers 23(1):163-171. Canberra: Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association.

Szabó Katherine. and Glenn Summerhayes. 2002. Lapita worked shell artefacts – new data from Early Lapita. In S. Bedford, C. Sand and D. Burley (eds) Fifty Years in the Field – Essays in Honour and Celebration of Richard Shutler Jr’s Archaeological Career, pp. 91-100. New Zealand Archaeological Association Monograph 25. Auckland: New Zealand Archaeological Association.

Szabó, Katherine 2001. Molluscan Evidence for Late Holocene Climate Change on Motutapu Island, Hauraki Gulf. Journal of the Polynesian Society 110(1):79-87.

Szabó, Katherine 2001. The validity of Nerita atramentosa as a climatic indicator – A reply to McFadgen and Goff. Journal of the Polynesian Society 110(4):436-439.

Szabó, Katherine 2001. The Reef, the Beach and the Rocks: An Environmental Analysis of Mollusc Remains from Natunuku, Viti Levu. In A.J. Anderson, G. Clark and T. Vunidilo (eds) The Archaeology of Lapita Dispersals in Oceania, pp. 159-166. Canberra: Pandanus Books, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University.

Taylor, James W. 2004. The Little Ice Age and the Koniag Tradition of Kodiak, Alaska: Geochemical and Isotopic Analyses of Saxidomus giganteus. Unpublished undergraduate dissertation. Seattle: Department of Anthropology, University of Washington.

Taylor, James W., Ben Fitzhugh and Eric Steig. 2004. Detecting the Little Ice Age on the Kodiak Archipelago: An Isotopic Analysis of Saxidomus giganteus. Poster presented at the 69th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Montreal.

Thangavelu, Anbarasu., Bruno David, Bryce Barker, Jean-Michel Geneste, Jean-Jacques Delannoy, Lara Lamb, Nick Araho & Robert Skelly 2011. Morphometric Analyses of Batissa violacea shells from Emo (OAC), Gulf Province, Papua New Guinea, Archaeology in Oceania, vol, 46, pp. 67-75.

Thomas, K.D. 1975. Land Mollusca and the environment of the Alfriston barrow. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 41: 148-50.

Thomas, K.D. 1977. A preliminary report on the Mollusca from the lynchet section. In: Excavations at Bishopstone (by M. Bell) Sussex Archaeological Collections 115: 258-64.

Thomas, K.D. 1977. The land Mollusca from the enclosure on Offham Hill. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 43: 234-9.

Thomas, K.D. 1978. The molluscs. In V. Fenwick (ed.) The Graveney Boat: a Tenth Century find from Kent , pp. 155-60. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports, British Series 53.

Thomas, K.D. 1981. The land Molluscs from the Neolithic enclosure on Bury Hill. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 47: 84-5.

Thomas, K.D. 1981. Land snail assemblages from the Trundle. Sussex Archaeological Collections 119: 211-3.

Thomas, K.D. 1982. Neolithic enclosures and woodland habitats on the South Downs in Sussex, England. In M. Bell and S. Limbrey (eds) Archaeological Aspects of Woodland Ecology, pp. 147-70. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports International Series 146.

Thomas, K.D. 1984. The environment of the Court Hill enclosure. Sussex Archaeological Collections 122: 19-21.

Thomas, K.D. 1985. I molluschi e gli echinodermi. In A. Carandini (ed.) Settefinestre. Una villa Schiavistica nell’Etruria Roman. Vol.2 La villa ei suoi reperti, pp. 302-5. Modena: Edizioni Panini.

Thomas, K.D. 1985. Land snail analysis in archaeology: theory and practice. In N.R.J. Fieller, D.D. Gilbertson and N.G.A. Ralph (eds) Palaeobiological Investigations; Research Design, Methods and Data Analysis, pp. 131-56. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports International Series 266.

Thomas, K.D. 1985. Environmental archaeology in Sweden: land snail analysis as a possible area for future research. Archaeology and Environment 4: 31-6.

Thomas, K.D. 1987. Invertebrate zooarchaeology. In P. Mellars (ed.) Research Priorities in Archaeological Science, pp. 23-5. London: Council for British Archaeology.

Thomas, K.D. 1987. Prehistoric coastal ecologies: a view from outside Franchthi cave, Greece. Geoarchaeology 2: 231-40.

Thomas, K.D. and Carter, S.P. 1987. Environmental history of the North Marden barrow. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 52 (for 1986): 42-5.

Thomas, K.D. and Johanssen, B.M. 1988. The environment of the Beaker burial monument at East Northdown, near Margate, Kent. Archaeologia Cantiana 104 (for 1987): 275-83.

Thomas, K.D. 1989. Vegetation of the British chalklands in the Flandrian period: a response to Bush. Journal of Archaeological Science 16, 549-53.

Thomas, K.D. 1990. The molluscs from the excavations, 1974-76. In: R. Reece, Excavations, Survey and Records around Cirencester, pp. 22-3. Cirencester: Cotswold Studies.

Thomas, K.D. 1995. Evidence for the environmental setting of the Neolithic enclosure at Combe Hill, East Sussex. Sussex Archaeological Collections 132 (for 1994), 17-19.

Thomas, K.D. 1997. A contribution to the environmental history of the Whitehawk Neolithic enclosure. Sussex Archaeological Collections 134: 51-56.

Thomas, K.D. 1997. Devil’s Dyke: mollusca 1973 excavation. In: New evidence on the Cambridgeshire Dykes and Worsted Street Roman road, pp. 87-9. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 85 (for 1996): 27-122.

Thomas, K.D. 2018. Marine Molluscs. The Encyclopaedia of Archaeological Sciences. doi/10.1002/9781119188230.saseas0361.

Thomas, K. and Mannino, M. 1999. Mesolithic middens and molluscan ecology: a view from southern Britain. Archaeology International 1998/99, pp. 17-19.

Thomas, K.D. and Mannino, M. 1999. The bioarchaeology of the Culverwell shell midden. In S. Palmer, Excavations at the Culverwell Mesolithic Site, Portland, Dorset. Oxford: BAR-287, pp. 94 – 114.

Thomas, K.D. and Mannino, M.A. 2001. Exploitation of invertebrates and use of invertebrate products. In D.R. Brothwell & A.M. Pollard (eds) Handbook of Archaeological Sciences, pp. 423-436. Chichester: John Wiley & Sons Ltd.

Thomas, K.D. and Mannino, M.A. 2003. Archeomalacologia della Sicilia nord-occidentale: un programma di ricerca per lo studio dell’ecologia e della sussitenza umana nella preistoria tramite l’analisi dei gusci di molluschi marini da siti archeologici. Quaderni del Museo Archeologico Regionale “Antonino Salinas”, 7 (for 2001): 45-58.

Toth, N. and M. Woods. 1989. Molluscan shell knives and experimental cutmarks on bones. Journal of Field Archaeology 16:250-255.

Ulm, S. 2004 Themes in the archaeology of mid-to-late Holocene Australia In T. Murray (ed.), Archaeology from Australia, pp.187-208. Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing.

Ulm, S. 2002 Reassessing marine fishery intensification in southeast Queensland. Queensland Archaeological Research 13:79-96.

Ulm, S. 2002 The Seven Mile Creek Mound: New evidence for mid-Holocene Aboriginal marine resource exploitation in central Queensland. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Queensland 110:121-126.

Ulm, S. 2002 Marine and estuarine reservoir effects in central Queensland, Australia: Determination of ?R values. Geoarchaeology: An International Journal 17(4):319-348.

Ulm, S. 2000 Evidence for early focussed marine resource exploitation from an open coastal site in central Queensland. Australian Archaeology 51:66-67.

Ulm, S. and I. Lilley 1999 The archaeology of the southern Curtis Coast: An overview. Queensland Archaeological Research 11:59-84.

Ulm, S., M. Carter, J. Reid and I. Lilley 1999 Eurimbula Site 1, Curtis Coast: Site report. Queensland Archaeological Research 11:105-122.

Ulm, S. and J. Hall 1996 Radiocarbon and cultural chronologies in southeast Queensland prehistory. In S. Ulm, I. Lilley and A. Ross (eds), Australian Archaeology ’95: Proceedings of the 1995 Australian Archaeological Association Annual Conference, pp.45-62. Tempus 6. St Lucia: Anthropology Museum, Department of Anthropology and Sociology, University of Queensland.

Ulm, S., B. Barker, A. Border, J. Hall, I. Lilley, I. McNiven, R. Neal and M. Rowland 1995 Pre-European coastal settlement and use of the sea: A view from Queensland. Australian Archaeology 41:24-26.

Vanhaeren M. & d’Errico F. 2001. La parure de l’enfant de La Madeleine et du site éponyme (fouilles Peyrony). Un nouveau regard sur l’enfance au Paléolithique supérieur. Paléo, 13 : 201-240. 

Vanhaeren M. & d’Errico F. 2003. Childhood in the Epipaleolithic. What do personal ornaments associated to burials tell us ? In : Larsson L., Kindgren H., Knutsson K., Leoffler D. & Akerlund A. (Eds.), Mesolithic on the Move. Papers presented at the Sixth International Conference on the Mesolithic in Europe, Stockholm 2000. Oxford : Oxbow Monographs : 494-505. 

Vanhaeren M. & d’Errico F. 2003. The Body Ornaments Associated with the Burial. In Zilhao J. & Trinkaus E. (Eds.), Portrait of the Artist as a Child. The Gravettian human skeleton from the Abrigo do Lagar Velho and its archaeological context. Trabalhos de Arqueologia, 22. Instituto Portugues de Archeologia : Lisbonne : 154-186. 

Vanhaeren M. 2002 Les fonctions de la parure au Paléolithique supérieur : de l’individu à l’unité culturelle. PhD Thesis, University Bordeaux 1, IPGQ : Talence. 

Vanhaeren M. 2004. Les coquillages fossiles de Saucats-La Brède : un référentiel de taille pour l’interprétation des parures paléolithiques. L’Echo des Faluns, 15. 

Vanhaeren M., d’Errico F., Billy I. & Grousset F. 2004. Tracing the source of Upper Palaeolithic shell beads by strontium isotope dating. Journal of Archaeological Science 31, 1481-1488. 

Vanhaeren M. (in press) The Evolutionary significance of beadmaking and use. In : d’Errico F. & Backwell L. (Eds.), From Tools to Symbols, From Early Hominids to Modern Humans. Proceedings of the International Round Table, Johannesburg, South Africa, 16-18 March 2003. 

Vanhaeren M., d’Errico F., Fano M.A. & Alvarez Fernandez E. (in press) La parure de la Cueva de El Horno (Ramales, Cantabria) In : Dujardin V. (Ed.), Industries osseuses et parures du Solutréen au Magdalénien en Europe. Actes de la table ronde sur le Paléolithique supérieur récent, Angoulème, 28-30 mars 2003.

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