Archaeobotany

Some of the archaeobotanical datasets and technical reports that I have worked on are available to download from my profile with Figshare, the online repository. I am adding to this slowly, to eventually provide an open resource that other researchers can use and cite.

Some archaeobotany publications

More research outputs are listed on my ORCID profile page.

  • Johnston, P., & Monk, M. (2020). Reflecting on key themes in the study of plant and insect remains from the Troitsky excavations in Novgorod, 1994–2002. Archaeological news, 28, 222–232. Published in Russian, with a summary in English. Authors’ e-print here.
  • Johnston, P. (2019). Plant remains. In Johnston, P., & Kiely, J. (2019). Hidden Voices. The archaeology of the M8 Fermoy – Mitchelstown motorway (pp. 160-167). Dublin: Transport Infrastructure Ireland.
  • Johnston, P. (2015). Examining social and economic aspects of Middle to Late Bronze Age settlement in Ireland using archaeobotany: case studies from North Cork. In J. Kneisel, M. Dal Corso, W. Kirleis, H. Scholz, N. Taylor, & V. Tiedtke (Eds.), The Third Food Revolution? Setting the Bronze Age table: common trends in economic and subsistence strategies in Bronze Age Europe (pp. 64–74). Bonn: Verlag Dr. Rudolph Habelt GmbH. Eprint: Third food revolution_Johnston
  • Johnston, P. (2014). Archaeobotanical Data from Two Middle and Later Bronze Age Round House Sites in Cork, Ireland. Journal of Open Archaeology Data 3:e1, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5334/joad.ac
  • Monk, M. and Johnston, P. (2012). Perspectives on non-wood plants in the sampled assemblage from the Troitsky excavations in medieval Novgorod. In M. Brisbane, N. Makarov and E. Nosov (eds.) The Archaeology of Medieval Novgorod in Context: studies in centre/periphery relations. Oxford: Oxbow Books. (See the eprint here: 17 Novgorod IV.)

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