Emma Jenkins
Emma Jenkins
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Phytolith taphonomy: a comparison of dry ashing and acid extraction on the breakdown of conjoined phytoliths formed in Triticum durum
E Jenkins
Journal of Archaeological Science 36 (10), 2402-2407, 2009
Fire, climate and the origins of agriculture: micro‐charcoal records of biomass burning during the last glacial–interglacial transition in Southwest Asia
R Turner, N Roberts, WJ Eastwood, E Jenkins, A Rosen
Journal of Quaternary Science: Published for the Quaternary Research …, 2010
An 11 600 year-old communal structure from the Neolithic of southern Jordan
SJ Mithen, B Finlayson, S Smith, E Jenkins, M Najjar, D Maričević
Antiquity 85 (328), 350-364, 2011
Juniper smoke, skulls and wolves’ tails. The Epipalaeolithic of the Anatolian plateau in its South-west Asian context; insights from Pınarbaşı
D Baird, E Asouti, L Astruc, A Baysal, E Baysal, D Carruthers, A Fairbairn, ...
Levant 45 (2), 175-209, 2013
Agricultural origins on the Anatolian plateau
D Baird, A Fairbairn, E Jenkins, L Martin, C Middleton, J Pearson, E Asouti, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (14), E3077-E3086, 2018
21 Irrigation and phytolith formation: an experimental study
E Jenkins, K Jamjoum, S Al Nuimat
Water, life and civilisation: climate, environment and society in the Jordan …, 2011
Experimental crop growing in Jordan to develop methodology for the identification of ancient crop irrigation
S Mithen, E Jenkins, K Jamjoum, S Nuimat, S Nortcliff, B Finlayson
World Archaeology 40 (1), 7-25, 2008
Carbon stable isotope analysis of cereal remains as a way to reconstruct water availability: preliminary results
P Flohr, G Müldner, E Jenkins
Water History 3 (2), 121, 2011
9th millennium plant subsistence in the central Anatolian highlands: new evidence from Pınarbaşı, Karaman Province, central Anatolia
AS Fairbairn, E Jenkins, D Baird, G Jacobsen
Journal of Archaeological Science 41, 801-812, 2014
Vegetation development and human occupation in the Damascus region of southwestern Syria from the Late Pleistocene to Holocene
K Deckers, S Riehl, E Jenkins, A Rosen, A Dodonov, AN Simakova, ...
Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 18 (4), 329-340, 2009
The phytoliths
EL Jenkins, A Rosen
Oxbow Books, 2007
Past plant use in Jordan as revealed by archaeological and ethnoarchaeological phytolith signatures
EL Jenkins, A Baker, S Elliott
Cambridge University Press/UNESCO, 2011
Tracking the Near Eastern origins and European dispersal of the western house mouse
T Cucchi, K Papayianni, S Cersoy, L Aznar-Cormano, A Zazzo, ...
Scientific reports 10 (1), 1-12, 2020
Mice, scats and burials: unusual concentrations of microfauna found in human burials at the Neolithic site of Çatalhöyük, Central Anatolia
E Jenkins
Journal of Social Archaeology 12 (3), 380-403, 2012
Identifying ancient water availability through phytolith analysis: An experimental approach
nortcliff and mithen Jenkins, jamjoum, nuimat, stafford
Journal of Archaeological Science 73, 82-93, 2016
An investigation into the archaeological application of carbon stable isotope analysis used to establish crop water availability: solutions and ways forward
H Stokes, G Muldner, EL Jenkins
Cambridge University Press/UNESCO, 2011
The Catalhöyük microfauna: Preliminary results and interpretations
E Jenkins
Inhabiting Çatalhöyük: reports from the 99, 111-116, 1995
What can crop stable isotopes ever do for us? An experimental perspective on using cereal carbon stable isotope values for reconstructing water availability in semi-arid and …
P Flohr, E Jenkins, HRS Williams, K Jamjoum, S Nuimat, G Müldner
Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 28 (5), 497-512, 2019
Estimating population size, density and dynamics of Pre-Pottery Neolithic villages in the central and southern Levant: an analysis of Beidha, southern Jordan
S Birch-Chapman, E Jenkins, F Coward, M Maltby
Levant 49 (1), 1-23, 2017
Animal bone report
N Russell, K Pawlowska, K Twiss, E Jenkins, R Daly
Çatalhöyük 2004 Archive Report, 2004
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