Naomi Sykes
Naomi Sykes
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Norman conquest: a zooarchaeological perspective.
NJ Sykes
University of Southampton, 2001
1142001
Beastly questions: animal answers to archaeological issues
N Sykes
Bloomsbury Publishing, 2014
1002014
Tracking animals using strontium isotopes in teeth: the role of fallow deer (Dama dama) in Roman Britain
NJ Sykes, J White, TE Hayes, MR Palmer
Antiquity 80 (310), 948-959, 2006
762006
Tracking five millennia of horse management with extensive ancient genome time series
A Fages, K Hanghøj, N Khan, C Gaunitz, A Seguin-Orlando, M Leonardi, ...
Cell 177 (6), 1419-1435. e31, 2019
632019
From cu and sceap to beffe and motton
NJ Sykes
na, 2006
622006
A social perspective on the introduction of exotic animals: The case of the chicken
N Sykes
World Archaeology 44 (1), 158-169, 2012
542012
DEER, LAND, KNIVES AND HALLS: SOCIAL CHANGE IN EARLY MEDIEVAL ENGLAND.
N Sykes
Antiquaries journal 90, 2010
522010
New evidence for the establishment and management of the European fallow deer (Dama dama dama) in Roman Britain
NJ Sykes, KH Baker, RF Carden, TFG Higham, AR Hoelzel, RE Stevens
Journal of Archaeological Science 38 (1), 156-165, 2011
482011
Les Fouilles de Tell es-Sakan (Gaza) nouvelles données sur les contacts égypto-cananéens aux Iv e -III e millénaires
M de Miroschedji, P., Sadeq, M., Faltings, D., Boulez, V., Naggiar-Moliner ...
Paléorient, 75-104., 2001
462001
The impact of the Normans on hunting practices in England
NJ Sykes
na, 2006
452006
The Dynamics of Status Symbols: Wildfowl Exploitation in England ad 410–1550
N Sykes
Archaeological Journal 161 (1), 82-105, 2004
442004
Animal bones and animal parks
N Sykes
The Medieval Deer Park: New Perspectives, 49-62, 2007
432007
Taking sides: the social life of venison in medieval England
NJ Sykes
Breaking and shaping beastly bodies: animals as material culture in the …, 2007
362007
A pre-AD 43 ditch at Fishbourne Roman palace, Chichester
J Manley, D Rudkin, N Sykes, M Lyne, G Dannell, R Scaife, L Somerville, ...
Britannia 36, 55-99, 2005
362005
Inferring allele frequency trajectories from ancient DNA indicates that selection on a chicken gene coincided with changes in medieval husbandry practices
L Loog, MG Thomas, R Barnett, R Allen, N Sykes, PD Paxinos, ...
Molecular biology and evolution 34 (8), 1981-1990, 2017
352017
Extinctions and invasions: a social history of British fauna
NJ Sykes
Windgather, 2010
352010
The introduction of fallow deer to Britain: a zooarchaeological perspective
N Sykes
Environmental Archaeology 9 (1), 75-83, 2004
342004
Worldviews in transition: The impact of exotic plants and animals on Iron Age/Romano-British landscapes
N Sykes
Landscapes 10 (2), 19-36, 2009
332009
Changes in the size and shape of fallow deer—evidence for the movement and management of a species
N Sykes, RF Carden, K Harris
International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 23 (1), 55-68, 2013
322013
Sexing cattle horn‐cores: problems and progress
N Sykes, R Symmons
International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 17 (5), 514-523, 2007
312007
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