Dr Sue Stallibrass PhD

Honorary Research Fellow Archaeology, Classics and Egyptology

Publications

2010

Body parts, placements, and people in an Iron Age town in Bulgaria (Chapter)

Stallibrass, S. (2010). Body parts, placements, and people in an Iron Age town in Bulgaria. In D. Campana, P. Crabtree, S. D. de France, J. Lev-Tov, & A. Choyke (Eds.), Anthropological approaches to zooarchaeology: complexity, colonialism, and animal transformations (pp. 56-64). Oxford: Oxbow Books.

2009

The way to a Roman soldier's heart: Did cattle droving supply the Hadrian's Wall area? (Chapter)

Stallibrass, S. (2009). The way to a Roman soldier's heart: Did cattle droving supply the Hadrian's Wall area?. In J. Hendriks (Ed.), TRAC 2008. Proceedings of the eighteenth annual theoretical Roman archaeology conference, Amsterdam, 2008. (pp. 101-112). Oxford: Oxbow Books.

2008

Feeding the Roman army. Feeding the Roman army: the archaeology of production and supply in north-west Europe. (Book)

Stallibrass, S., & Thomas, R. (Eds.) (2008). Feeding the Roman army. Feeding the Roman army: the archaeology of production and supply in north-west Europe.. Oxford: Oxbow Books.

Food for thought: what's next on the menu? (Chapter)

Stallibrass, S., & Thomas, R. (2008). Food for thought: what's next on the menu?. In S. Stallibrass, & R. Thomas (Eds.), Feeding the Roman Army: the Archaeology of Production and Supply in North-West Europe. (pp. 146-169). Oxford: Oxbow Books.

Food for thought: what's next on the menu? (Chapter)

Stallibrass, S., & Thomas, R. (2008). Food for thought: what's next on the menu?. In S. Stallibrass, & R. Thomas (Eds.), Feeding the roman army : the archaeology of production and supply in NW Europe (pp. 146-169). Oxford: Oxbow Books.

For starters: producing and supplying food to the army in the Roman north-west provinces. (Chapter)

Thomas, R., & Stallibrass, S. (2008). For starters: producing and supplying food to the army in the Roman north-west provinces.. In S. Stallibrass, & R. Thomas (Eds.), Feeding the Roman Army: the Archaeology of Production and Supply in North-West Europe. (pp. 1-17). Oxford: Oxbow Books.

2007

Research questions and some preliminary results for the animal bones from excavations at Adjiska Vodenitsa, Vetren, Bulgaria (Chapter)

Stallibrass, S. (2007). Research questions and some preliminary results for the animal bones from excavations at Adjiska Vodenitsa, Vetren, Bulgaria. In J. Bouzek, L. Domaradzka, & Z. Archibald (Eds.), Pistiros III. Excavations and studies. (pp. 264-271). Prague: Charles University.

Taphonomy or transfiguration? Do we need to change the subject? (Chapter)

Stallibrass, S. (2007). Taphonomy or transfiguration? Do we need to change the subject?. In A. Pluskowski (Ed.), Breaking and Shaping Beastly Bodies: Animals as Material Culture in the Middle Ages (pp. not yet known). Oxford: Oxbow Books.

contributor to every chapter (Chapter)

Stallibrass, S. (2007). contributor to every chapter. In M. Brennand, & G. Chitty (Eds.), The Archaeological Research Framework for North West England Vol 2: Research Agenda and Strategy. (pp. throughout whole book). Manchester: Council for British Archaeology North West.

2006

Comparison of the documentary and archaeological evidence for the medieval period at Jarrow (Chapter)

Stallibrass, S. (2006). Comparison of the documentary and archaeological evidence for the medieval period at Jarrow. In R. J. Cramp (Ed.), Wearmouth and Jarrow monastic sites (Vol. 2, pp. 581-584). London: English Heritage.

Faunal remains (Chapter)

Noddle, B., & Stallibrass, S. (2006). Faunal remains. In R. J. Cramp (Ed.), Wearmouth and Jarrow monastic sites (pp. 546-596). London: English Heritage.

Size ranges of prehistoric cattle and pig at Schela Cladovei (Iron Gates region, Romania). (Journal article)

Bartosiewicz, L., Bonsall, C., Boroneanț, V., & Stallibrass, S. (2006). Size ranges of prehistoric cattle and pig at Schela Cladovei (Iron Gates region, Romania).. Analele Banatului (New Series) Archeologie-Istorie, 14(1), 23-42.

contributor to every chapter (Chapter)

Stallibrass, S. (2006). contributor to every chapter. In M. Brennand (Ed.), The Archaeological Research Framework for North West England Vol 1: Resource Assessment (pp. throughout whole book). Manchester: Council for British Archaeology North West.

2005

Art, archaeology, religion and dead fish: a medieval case study from northern England. (Chapter)

Stallibrass, S. (2005). Art, archaeology, religion and dead fish: a medieval case study from northern England.. In A. Pluskowski (Ed.), Just skin and bones? New Perspectives on Human-Animal Relations in the Historical Past. (Vol. 1410, pp. 105-112). Oxford: Archaeopress.

The faunal evidence (Chapter)

Stallibrass, S. (2005). The faunal evidence. In M. Waughman (Ed.), Archaeology and environment of submerged landscapes in Hartlepool Bay, England (Vol. 2, pp. 74-77). Hartlepool: Tees Archaeology.

2004

Environmental evidence [from excavations at a Bronze Age cairn on Shap, Cumbria] (Journal article)

Stallibrass, S. (2004). Environmental evidence [from excavations at a Bronze Age cairn on Shap, Cumbria]. The Archaeological Journal, 161, 36-42.

2002

An overview of the animal bones: what would we like to know, what do we know so far, and where do we go from here? (Chapter)

Stallibrass, S. (2002). An overview of the animal bones: what would we like to know, what do we know so far, and where do we go from here?. In P. R. Wilson (Ed.), Catteractonium: Roman Catterick and its hinterland. Excavations and research 1958-1997. Part II. (Vol. 129, pp. 392-415). York: English Heritage & Council for British Archaeology..