Kate sharpe
Kate sharpe
Verified email at durham.ac.uk
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3D laser scanning for recording and monitoring rock art erosion
T Barnett, A Chalmers, M Díaz-Andreu, PW Longhurst, GJ Ellis, K Sharpe, ...
International newsletter on rock art 41, 25-29, 2005
482005
Digital rock art recording: visualising petroglyphs using 3D laser scanner data
I Trinks, M Díaz-Andreu, R Hobbs, KE Sharpe
Advancing large-scale high-resolution near-surface geophysical prospection, 207, 2005
352005
Situating cultural technologies outdoors: Empathy in the design of mobile interpretation of rock art in rural Britain
A Galani, A Mazel, D Maxwell, K Sharpe
Visual heritage in the digital age, 183-204, 2013
272013
‘I want to be provoked’: public involvement in the development of the Northumberland Rock Art on Mobile Phones project
A Mazel, A Galani, D Maxwell, K Sharpe
World Archaeology 44 (4), 592-611, 2012
192012
‘Are You Local?’Indigenous Iron Age and Mobile Roman and Post-Roman Populations: Then, Now and In-between
R Hingley, C Bonacchi, K Sharpe
Britannia 49, 283-302, 2018
182018
England's Rock Art: The Prehistoric Rock Art of England: Recording, Managing and Enjoying Our Carved Heritage
KE Sharpe, T Barnett, S Rushton
English Heritiage, 2008
142008
Rock-art and roughouts: Exploring the sacred and social dimensions of prehistoric carvings at Copt Howe, Cumbria
KE Sharpe, A Mazel, G Nash, C Waddington
Art as Metaphor: the prehistoric rock-art of Britain, 151-174, 2007
122007
Long Meg: rock art recording using 3D laser scanning.
M Diaz-Andreu, R Hobbs, N Rosser, K Sharpe, I Trinks
Past: the newsletter of the Prehistoric Society., 2-6, 2005
112005
Carving a future for British rock art: New directions for research, management and presentation
T Barnett, K Sharp
102010
Moving images: interpreting the Copt Howe petroglyphs
K Sharpe, A Watson, T Barnett
Carving a Future for British Rock Art: New Directions for Research …, 2010
82010
Motifs, monuments and mountains: prehistoric rock art in the Cumbrian landscape
K Sharpe
Durham University, 2007
72007
Situating cultural technologies outdoors: designing for mobile interpretation of rock art in rural Britain
A Galani, D Maxwell, AD Mazel, K Sharpe
Museums and the Web 2011: Proceedings (eds J. Trant and D. Bearman). Toronto …, 2011
42011
Hopkins W, Emslie KR, Howe C, Trout GJ, Kazlauskas R, Ashenden MJ, Gore CJ, Parisotto R, and Hahn AG
K Sharpe
Development of reference ranges in elite athletes for markers of altered …, 2002
42002
Connecting the dots. Cupules and communication in the English Lake District.
KE Sharpe
Expression. 9, 109-116, 2015
32015
Pride and Prejudice: the challenges of conserving and managing rock-art in the landscape of northern England, United Kingdom, through public participation
KE Sharpe
Open-Air Rock-Art Conservation and Management, 73-89, 2014
32014
Breaking Through Rock Art Recording: Three-Dimensional Laser Scanning of Prehistoric Rock Art
T Barnett, A Chalmers, M Díaz-Andreu, G Ellis, R Gillibrand, P Longhurst, ...
The 5th International Symposium on Virtual Reality, Archaeology and Cultural …, 2004
32004
Who painted that? The authorship of Schematic rock art at the Los Machos rockshelter in southern Iberia
F Martínez-Sevilla, M Arqués, X Jordana, A Malgosa, JAL Rodríguez, ...
Antiquity 94 (377), 1133-1151, 2020
22020
Pride and Prejudice 4
KE Sharpe
Open-Air Rock-Art Conservation and Management: State of the Art and Future …, 2014
12014
Alfred Gell, Art and Agency: an Anthropological Theory.(Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1998, 271 pp., pbk, ISBN 0 19 828014 9)
K Sharpe
European Journal of Archaeology 7 (2), 209-213, 2004
12004
Vivien Deacon. 2020. The rock-art landscapes of Rombalds Moor, West Yorkshire: standing on holy ground. Oxford: Archaeopress; 978-1-7896-9459-8 ebook£ 16.
K Sharpe
Antiquity 95 (382), 1091-1093, 2021
2021
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