Current affiliation: University College London Institute of ArchaeologySubject: ArchaeologyPrimary location: United Kingdom
Published in:Journal of Archaeological SciencePublication date:2013-12-01
Correspondence Analysis is a statistical method which allows the user to see the patterns that underlie a table of data. The technique is, however...
Published in:Archaeology InternationalPublication date:1998-11-23
Published in:Archaeology InternationalPublication date:2002-11-23
Published in:Oxford Journal of ArchaeologyPublication date:2000-11-01
This paper examines the claim by Reece (1995) that multivariate statistics fail to analyse assemblages of Roman coins from excavations successfully...
Published in:Archaeology InternationalPublication date:2007-10-02
Published in:American Journal of ArchaeologyPublication date:2006-07-01
Published in:Oxford Journal of ArchaeologyPublication date:2012-04-09
DATING COINS, DATING WITH COINS
Archaeologists regularly use coins to date their archaeological contexts and sites, but do not necessarily appreciate the complexities of both the ...
Published in:BritanniaPublication date:2007-11-01
The analysis of Roman coin assemblages from archaeological sites in Britain is an important facet of any report. The lack of standardization in th...
Published in:Archaeological ProspectionPublication date:2016-09-30
Recent Geophysical Surveys at Verulamium
This paper present the results of a geophysical survey of half of the Roman town of Verulamium. The entire available area within Verulamium Park h...