|Food globalization in prehistory|
M Jones, H Hunt, E Lightfoot, D Lister, X Liu, G Motuzaite-Matuzeviciute
World Archaeology 43 (4), 665-675, 2011
|The Neolithic transition in the Baltic was not driven by admixture with early European farmers|
ER Jones, G Zarina, V Moiseyev, E Lightfoot, PR Nigst, A Manica, ...
Current Biology 27 (4), 576-582, 2017
|On the use of biomineral oxygen isotope data to identify human migrants in the archaeological record: intra-sample variation, statistical methods and geographical considerations|
E Lightfoot, TC O’Connell
PloS one 11 (4), e0153850, 2016
|From necessity to choice: dietary revolutions in west China in the second millennium BC|
X Liu, E Lightfoot, TC O’Connell, H Wang, S Li, L Zhou, Y Hu, ...
World Archaeology 46 (5), 661-680, 2014
|The extent of cereal cultivation among the Bronze Age to Turkic period societies of Kazakhstan determined using stable isotope analysis of bone collagen|
GM Matuzeviciute, E Lightfoot, TC O'Connell, D Voyakin, X Liu, V Loman, ...
Journal of archaeological Science 59, 23-34, 2015
|Why move starchy cereals? A review of the isotopic evidence for prehistoric millet consumption across Eurasia|
E Lightfoot, X Liu, MK Jones
World Archaeology 45 (4), 574-623, 2013
|Changing cultures, changing cuisines: cultural transitions and dietary change in Iron Age, Roman, and Early Medieval Croatia|
E Lightfoot, M Šlaus, TC O'Connell
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 148 (4), 543-556, 2012
|Exploring the Mesolithic and Neolithic transition in Croatia through isotopic investigations|
E Lightfoot, B Boneva, PT Miracle, M Šlaus, TC O'connell
Antiquity 85 (327), 73-86, 2011
|Paleogenomic evidence for multi-generational mixing between Neolithic farmers and Mesolithic hunter-gatherers in the lower Danube basin|
G González-Fortes, ER Jones, E Lightfoot, C Bonsall, C Lazar, ...
Current Biology 27 (12), 1801-1810. e10, 2017
|How ‘Pastoral’is Pastoralism? Dietary Diversity in B ronze A ge C ommunities in the Central K azakhstan Steppes|
E Lightfoot, G Motuzaite‐Matuzeviciute, TC O'Connell, IA Kukushkin, ...
Archaeometry 57, 232-249, 2015
|Stable isotope investigations of charred barley (Hordeum vulgare) and wheat (Triticum spelta) grains from Danebury Hillfort: implications for palaeodietary reconstructions|
E Lightfoot, RE Stevens
Journal of Archaeological Science 39 (3), 656-662, 2012
|Stable Isotope Analysis of Human and Faunal Remains in the Western Loess Plateau, Approximately 2000 cal bc|
MM Ma, GH Dong, E Lightfoot, H Wang, XY Liu, X Jia, KR Zhang, ...
Archaeometry 56, 237-255, 2014
|One for the master and one for the dame: stable isotope investigations of Iron Age animal husbandry in the Danebury Environs|
RE Stevens, E Lightfoot, J Hamilton, BW Cunliffe, REM Hedges
Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 5 (2), 95-109, 2013
|Stable isotope analysis of human and animal remains at the Qijiaping site in middle Gansu, China|
M Ma, G Dong, X Liu, E Lightfoot, F Chen, H Wang, H Li, MK Jones
International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 25 (6), 923-934, 2015
|Stable isotope investigations of the Danebury Hillfort pit burials|
RE Stevens, E Lightfoot, J Hamilton, B Cunliffe, REM Hedges
Oxford Journal of Archaeology 29 (4), 407-428, 2010
|An investigation into diet at the site of Yarnton, Oxfordshire, using stable carbon and nitrogen isotopes|
E Lightfoot, TC O'CONNELL, RE Stevens, J Hamilton, G Hey, ...
Oxford Journal of Archaeology 28 (3), 301-322, 2009
|Food globalisation in prehistory: The agrarian foundations of an interconnected continent|
M Jones, H Hunt, C Kneale, E Lightfoot, D Lister, X Liu, ...
British Academy, 2016
|Metals and millets: Bronze and Iron Age diet in inland and coastal Croatia seen through stable isotope analysis|
E Lightfoot, M Šlaus, PR Šikanjić, TC O’Connell
Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 7 (3), 375-386, 2015
|Radical change and dietary conservatism: Mixing model estimates of human diets along the Inner Asia and China’s mountain corridors|
X Liu, REB Reid, E Lightfoot, GM Matuzeviciute, MK Jones
The Holocene 26 (10), 1556-1565, 2016
|Palaeodiet at Eton College rowing course, Buckinghamshire: isotopic changes in human diet in the Neolithic, Bronze Age, Iron Age and Roman periods throughout the British Isles|
RE Stevens, E Lightfoot, T Allen, REM Hedges
Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 4 (3), 167-184, 2012