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Alexander, Danielle Lisa Casling (2024) Unearthed: A Multidisciplinary Exploration of the Romano-Celtic Temple on Hayling Island. Masters thesis, University of Wales Trinity Saint David.

Anderson, Helen (2013) The return to hill forts in the Dark Ages: what can this tell us about post-Roman Britain? Masters thesis, University of Wales, Trinity St David.

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Brealey, Frances (2014) Perceptions of divinity : the changing characters of Roman Venus. Masters thesis, University of Wales, Trinity St David.

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Cobb, Matthew (2023) Apollonius in India: the Vita Apollonii and the indographic tradition. The Classical Journal, 118 (4). ISSN 0009-8353

Cobb, Matthew (2015) Balancing the trade : Roman cargo shipments to India. Oxford Journal of Archaeology, 34 (2). pp. 185-203. ISSN 1468-0092

Cobb, Matthew (2020) “Barbarians” and Blemmyes: who was in control of the Red Sea port of Berenike in the Late Antique period? Journal of Late Antiquity. ISSN 1939-6716 (In Press)

Cobb, Matthew (2022) Black Pepper Consumption and the Middling in Roman Society: Affordability, Availability and Status. In: Le poivre, fragments d'histoire globale : Circulations et consommations, de l'Antiquité à l'époque modern. Hermann, Paris, pp. 71-92. ISBN 9791037016744

Cobb, Matthew (2018) Black Pepper Consumption in the Roman Empire. Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient, 61 (4). ISSN 0022-4995

Cobb, Matthew (2015) The Chronology of Roman Trade in the Indian Ocean from Augustus to Early Third Century AD. Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient, 58. pp. 362-418. ISSN 0022-4995

Cobb, Matthew (2021) Conceptualising the Far West: Early Chinese Notions of Da Qin and the Indian Ocean Trade. In: The Archaeology of Knowledge Traditions of the Indian Ocean World. Routledge, London, pp. 56-78. ISBN 9780367337810

Cobb, Matthew (2016) The Decline of Ptolemaic Elephant Hunting: An Analysis of the Contributory Factors. Greece & Rome, 63 (2). pp. 192-204. ISSN 0017-3835

Cobb, Matthew (2024) Diplomacy and (mis)comprehension in the Antique Indian Ocean: gift-giving and ritual as a form of communication. Topoi. Orient - Occident. ISSN 1764-0733 (In Press)

Cobb, Matthew (2014) The Exchange of Goods from Italy to India during the Early Roman Empire – The Range of Travelling Times. Ancient West & East, 13. pp. 89-116. ISSN 1783-8363

Cobb, Matthew (2022) From Bronzization to “world system”: Globalization and Glocalization across the Globe (2000 BCE-1500 CE). In: Handbook of Culture and Glocalization. Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, UK, pp. 28-44. ISBN 978 1 83910 900 3

Cobb, Matthew (2023) Indian Merchants Abroad: Integrating the Indian Ocean World during the early first millennium CE. Journal of Global History, 18 (3). ISSN 1740-0236

Cobb, Matthew (2023) Introduction: Connecting the Ancient Afro-Eurasian World. Journal of Global History, 18 (3). ISSN 1740-0236

Cobb, Matthew (2021) Mediterranean goods in an Indian context: the use of transcultural theory for the study of the ancient Indian Ocean world. In: Globalization and Transculturality from Antiquity to the Pre-Modern World. Routledge, London, pp. 165-182. ISBN 9780367560553

Cobb, Matthew (2023) The Palmyrene Diaspora in Egypt: Dependency, Sustainability and Reuse. In: Exchange and Reuse: Economy and Circularity at Roman Palmyra. Studies in Palmyrene Archaeology and History, 8 . Turnhout, Brepols, pp. 113-129. ISBN 978-2-503-60342-1

Cobb, Matthew (2020) Palmyrene Merchants and the Red Sea Trade. In: Inter duo Imperia: Palmyra between East and West. Franz Steiner Verlag, Stuttgart, pp. 65-83. ISBN 978-3-515-12774-5

Cobb, Matthew (2019) Peoples of the Eastern Desert of Egypt and their Impact on the Red Sea Trade: 1st to 3rd Centuries AD. Ancient West & East, 18. ISSN 1783-8363

Cobb, Matthew (2013) The Reception and Consumption of Eastern Goods in Roman Society. Greece & Rome, 60 (1). pp. 136-152. ISSN 0017-3835

Cobb, Matthew (2023) Reconsidering the role of gemstones in the so-called Indo-Roman trade. In: Proceedings of the Royal Academy for Overseas Sciences. ROAS. (In Press)

Cobb, Matthew (2024) Spices in the Ancient World. Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Food Studies. (In Press)

Cobb, Matthew (2023) World-Systems Theory, Globalization or Glocalization? Analysing the Dynamics of the Ancient Indian Ocean Ivory Trade. Topoi. Orient - Occident, 18. pp. 169-197. ISSN 1764-0733

Cobb, Matthew and Autiero, Serena (2023) Introduction: utilizing globalization and transculturality for the study of the pre-modern world. In: Globalization and Transculturality from Antiquity to the Pre-Modern World. Routledge, London, pp. 1-15. ISBN 9780367560553

Cobb, Matthew and Wilkinson, Troy (2022) The Roman state and Red Sea trade revenue. In: Networked spaces: the spatiality of networks in the Red Sea and Western Indian Ocean. MOM Éditions, Lyon, pp. 213-226. ISBN 9782356680785

Cornthwaite, Jessica (2023) In Response to David Barrowclough and John Hallam’s conclusions regarding ‘The Devil’s Footprints’ on Apronful Hill, Pendle: An investigation into the Brythonic identity of East Lancashire. Masters thesis, University of Wales Trinity Saint David.

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Engels, David and Erickson, Kyle (2016) Apama and Stratonike: Marriage and Legitimacy. In: Seleukid Royal Women: Creation, Representation and Distortion of Hellenistic Queenship in the Seleukid Empire. Franz Steiner Verlag. ISBN 978-3-515-11295-6

Erickson, Kyle (2018) Antiochos Soter and the Third Syrian War. In: The Seleukid Empire, 281 – 222 BC: War within the Family. Classical Press of Wales, Swansea, pp. 253-274. (In Press)

Erickson, Kyle (2019) The Early Seleukids, their gods and their coins. Routledge, London. ISBN 9780415793766

Erickson, Kyle (2018) Sons of Heracles: Antony and Alexander in the Late Republic. In: Brill's Companion to the Reception of Alexander the Great. Brill, Leiden. ISBN 9789004285071

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Gaffney, Vincent and Baldwin, Eamonn and Bates, Martin and Bates, C. Richard and Gaffney, Christopher and Hamilton, Derek and Kinnaird, Tim and Neubauer, Wolfgang and Yorston, Ronald and Allaby, Robin and Chapman, Henry and Garwood, Paul and Löcker, Klaus and Hinterleitner, Alois and Sparrow, Tom and Trinks, Immo and Wallner, Mario and Leivers, Matthew (2020) A Massive, Late Neolithic Pit Structure associated with Durrington Walls Henge. Internet Archaeology, 55 (4). ISSN 1363-5387

Graham, Catherine Anne (2021) Plaster, as a vital material: The agency of plaster in the curation of the Çatalhöyük skull. Masters thesis, University of Wales Trinity Saint David.

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Hufford, Alexander Ransome (2022) Seneca and the Authorship of the Apocolocyntosis. Masters thesis, University of Wales Trinity Saint David.

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Lester, Kevin (2013) The entry of Orpheus into archaic Greek society. Masters thesis, University of Wales, Trinity St David.

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Norton, Tom (2013) A question of identity : who were the Galatians? Masters thesis, University of Wales, Trinity St David.

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Parkes, Angela (2012) A commentary on selected sections of the Octavius of Minucius Felix. Masters thesis, University of Wales, Trinity St David.

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Reeves, Mark (2023) The Religious Reforms of Augustus: Innovation & Opportunism. Masters thesis, University of Wales Trinity Saint David.

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Scott, Elliott (2017) The Changing Role of the Cataphract in the Byzantine Army. The Student Researcher, 4 (1). pp. 19-30. ISSN 2047-3427

Srigyan, Megha and Bolívar, Héctor and Ureña, Irene and Santana, Jonathan and Petersen, Andrew and Iriarte, Eneko and Kırdök, Emrah and Bergfeldt, Nora and Mora, Alice and Jakobsson, Mattias and Abdo, Khaled and Braemer, Frank and Smith, Colin and Ibañez, Juan José and Götherström, Anders and Günther, Torsten and Valdiosera, Cristina (2022) Bioarchaeological evidence of one of the earliest Islamic burials in the Levant. Communications Biology, 5 (1). p. 554. ISSN 2399-3642

Stafford, Emmet (2018) Authenticity in the Ancient East – Who Cares? A qualitative stakeholder investigation of commodification and authenticity in the portrayal and consumption of heritage in ‘Ireland’s Ancient East’. Masters thesis, University of Wales Trinity Saint David.

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Zinn, Katharina (2019) The Museum of Lies: Incorrect facts or advancing knowledge of ancient Egypt? Journal of History and Cultures – Special Issue: Myth and Magic: Interdisciplinary Readings of the Reception of Ancient Egypt. ., 2019 (10). pp. 165-190. ISSN 2051-221X

Zinn, Katharina (2016) Women in Amarna: legendary royals, forgotten elite, unknown populace? In: Women in Antiquity: Real Women Across the Ancient World. Routledge, pp. 255-270. ISBN 9781138808362

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