Richard Madgwick
Richard Madgwick
Lecturer in Archaeological Science, Cardiff University
Verified email at cardiff.ac.uk
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Diversity in foddering strategy and herd management in late Bronze Age Britain: an isotopic investigation of pigs and other fauna from two midden sites
R Madgwick, J Mulville, RE Stevens
Environmental Archaeology 17 (2), 126-140, 2012
48*2012
New evidence for diverse secondary burial practices in Iron Age Britain: A histological case study
TJ Booth, R Madgwick
Journal of Archaeological Science 67, 14-24, 2016
402016
Investigating diagenesis and the suitability of porcine enamel for strontium (87 Sr/86 Sr) isotope analysis
R Madgwick, J Mulville, J Evans
Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry 27 (5), 733-742, 2012
342012
Patterns in the modification of animal and human bones in Iron Age Wessex: revisiting the excarnation debate
R Madgwick
Oxbow, 2008
342008
Investigating variation in the prevalence of weathering in faunal assemblages in the UK: a multivariate statistical approach
R Madgwick, J Mulville
International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 22 (5), 509-522, 2012
332012
Feasting on fore-limbs: conspicuous consumption and identity in later prehistoric Britain.
R Madgwick, J Mulville
Antiquity 89 (345), 2015
282015
Fallow deer (Dama dama dama) management in Roman South-East Britain
R Madgwick, N Sykes, H Miller, R Symmons, J Morris, A Lamb
Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 5 (2), 111-122, 2013
262013
Isotopic analysis of faunal material from south Uist, Western Isles, Scotland
J Mulville, R Madgwick, R Stevens, T O'Connell, O Craig, A Powell, ...
Journal of the North Atlantic 2 (1), 51-59, 2009
262009
On the hoof: exploring the supply of animals to the Roman legionary fortress at Caerleon using strontium (87Sr/86Sr) isotope analysis
R Madgwick, J Lewis, V Grimes, P Guest
Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 11 (1), 223-235, 2019
202019
What makes bones shiny? Investigating trampling as a cause of bone abrasion
R Madgwick
Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 6 (2), 163-173, 2014
202014
Dead or alive? Investigating long-distance transport of live fallow deer and their body parts in antiquity
H Miller, RF Carden, J Evans, A Lamb, R Madgwick, D Osborne, ...
Environmental Archaeology 21 (3), 246-259, 2016
182016
Reconstructing depositional histories through bone taphonomy: extending the potential of faunal data
R Madgwick, J Mulville
Journal of Archaeological Science 53, 255-263, 2015
172015
Multi-isotope analysis reveals that feasts in the Stonehenge environs and across Wessex drew people and animals from throughout Britain
R Madgwick, AL Lamb, H Sloane, AJ Nederbragt, U Albarella, ...
Science advances 5 (3), eaau6078, 2019
162019
Strontium and oxygen isotope evidence for the origin and movement of cattle at Late Neolithic Durrington Walls, UK
J Evans, MP Pearson, R Madgwick, H Sloane, U Albarella
Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 11 (10), 5181-5197, 2019
142019
Horses, hemiones, hydruntines? Assessing the reliability of dental criteria for assigning species to southwest Asian equid remains
KC Twiss, J Wolfhagen, R Madgwick, H Foster, GA Demirergi, N Russell, ...
International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 27 (2), 298-304, 2017
132017
Wild to domestic and back again: the dynamics of fallow deer management in medieval England (c. 11th-16th century AD)
N Sykes, G Ayton, F Bowen, K Baker, P Baker, RF Carden, C Dicken, ...
STAR: Science & Technology of Archaeological Research 2 (1), 113-126, 2016
122016
Rings of fire and Grooved Ware settlement at West Kennet, Wiltshire
A Bayliss, C Cartwright, G Cook, S Griffiths, R Madgwick, P Marshall, ...
Oxbow Books, 2017
112017
Investigating the potential of holistic taphonomic analysis in zooarchaeological research
R Madgwick
Unpublished PhD dissertation, Cardiff University, 2011
112011
Ephemeral Abundance at Llanmaes: Exploring the residues and resonances of an Earliest Iron Age midden and its associated archaeological context in the Vale of Glamorgan
A Gwilt, M Lodwick, J Deacon, N Wells, R Madgwick, T Young
Oxbow, 2016
92016
Both introduced and extinct: the fallow deer of Roman Mallorca
A Valenzuela, K Baker, RF Carden, J Evans, T Higham, AR Hoelzel, ...
Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 9, 168-177, 2016
82016
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