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Bailey, Douglass Whitfield 2005. Beyond the meaning of Neolithic houses: specific objects and serial repetition. In: Bailey, Douglass Whitfield, Whittle, Alasdair William Richardson and Cummings, Victoria Mary eds. (Un)settling the Neolithic, Oxford: Oxbow, pp. 90-97.

Bailey, Douglass Whitfield 2005. Prehistoric figurines: representation and corporeality in the Neolithic. London: Routledge.

Benham, Jenny 2005. Anglo-French peace conferences in the Twelfth Century. In: Gillingham, John ed. Anglo-Norman Studies XXVII, Boydell and Brewer, pp. 52-67.

Berger, Stefan Karl and Evans, Neil 2005. The face of king coal in the Ruhr and South Wales: different historiographical traditions and their impact on comparative history. Towards a Comparative History of Coalfield Societies, Ashgate, pp. 29-42.

Boric, Dusan 2005. Body metamorphosis and animality: Volatile bodies and boulder artworks from Lepenski Vir. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 15 (1) , pp. 35-69. 10.1017/S095977430500003X

Boric, Dusan 2005. Deconstructing essentialisms: Unsettling frontiers of the Mesolithic-Neolithic Balkans. In: Whittle, Alasdair William Richardson, Bailey, D. and Cummings, V. eds. (Un)settling the Neolithic, Oxford: Oxbow Books, pp. 16-31.

Boric, Dusan 2005. Fuzzy horizons of change: orientalism and the frontier model in the Mesolithic-Neolithic transition. In: Milner, N. and Woodman, P. eds. Mesolithic Studies at the Beginning of the 21st Century, Oxford: Oxbow Books, pp. 81-105.

Boric, Dusan and Dimitrijevic, V. 2005. Continuity of foraging strategies in Mesolithic-Neolithic transformations: Dating faunal patterns at Lepenski Vir (Serbia). Atti della Società per la preistoria e protostoria della regione Friuli-Venezia Giulia 15 , pp. 33-80.

Bradley, Guy Jolyon 2005. Aspects of the cult of Hercules in central Italy. In: Bowden, Hugh and Rawlings, Louis eds. Herakles and Hercules: Exploring a Graeco-Roman Divinity, Swansea: Classical Press of Wales, pp. 129-151.

Bradley, Guy Jolyon 2005. The Iuvanum survey project: an ancient community in Samnium. Presented at: 6th Conference of Italian Archaeology, Groningen, The Netherlands, 15-17 April 2003. Published in: Attema, Peter, Nijboer, Albert and Zifferero, Andrea eds. Papers in Italian Archaeology VI. Proceedings of the 6th Conference of Italian Archaeology, Vol. 2. BAR International Series , vol. 1452. Oxford: Archaeopress, pp. 1024-1029.

Brodbeck, Simon 2005. Origins of Sanskrit [Letter]. The Guardian (2 Apr) , p. 8.

Brodbeck, Simon Pearse 2005. Epic constructions: gender, myth and society in the Mahabrahata: SOAS, University of London, 7-9 July 2005 [Conference Report]. Bulletin of the British Association for the Study of Religions 106 , pp. 37-40.

Brodbeck, Simon Pearse 2005. The Mahābhārata, volume 7: book 11, The Book of Women; book 12, The Book of Peace, part one, trans James L. Fitzgerald [Book Review]. South Asia Research 25 (2) , pp. 238-243. 10.1177/026272800502500213


Cockburn, Joshua 2005. Attitudes to gender and race in France during World War One. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.

Cook, Robin. 2005. Divine impassibility, divine love. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.


Deeg, Max 2005. Das Gaoseng-Faxian-Zhuan als religionsgeschichtliche Quelle. Der älteste Bericht eines chinesischen buddhistischen Pilgermönchs über seine Reise nach Indien mit Übersetzung des Textes. Studies in Oriental Religions, vol. 52. Harrassowitz Verlag.


Edbury, Peter William 2005. Franks. In: Nicolaou-Konnari, Angel and Schabel, Christopher David eds. Cyprus: Society and Culture 1191-1374, Brill, Leiden, pp. 63-101.

Edwards, N., Lane, Alan Macrae, Bapty, I. and Redknap, M. 2005. Early medieval Wales: a framework for archaeological research. Archaeology in Wales 45 , pp. 33-46.

Evans, Richard John 2005. Rome's Cimbric Wars (114-101 BC) and their impact on the Iberian Peninsula. Acta Classica 48 , pp. 37-56.


Fimi, Dimitra 2005. Creative uses of scholarly knowledge in the writings of J.R.R. Tolkien. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.

Fleming, Neil Christopher 2005. The landed elite, power and Ulster Unionism. In: Boyce, David George and O'Day, Alan eds. The Ulster Crisis, 1885-1921, Studies in Contemporary History, Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 86-104.

Fleming, Neil Christopher 2005. The Marquess of Londonderry: aristocracy, power and politics in Britain and Ireland. International Library of Twentieth Century History, London: I. B. Tauris.


Gardiner, William Craig 2005. Melodies of community: towards a theology of Christian community through the metaphor of music, with particular reference to Dietrich Bonhoeffer and the Iona Community. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.

Gilliat-Ray, Sophie 2005. Closed Worlds: (Not) Accessing Deobandi Dar ul-Uloom in Britain. Fieldwork in Religion 1 (1) , pp. 7-33.

Gilliat-Ray, Sophie 2005. From 'Chapel' to 'Prayer Room': The production, use and politics of sacred space in public institutions. Culture and Religion 6 (2) , pp. 287-308. 10.1080/01438300500226448

Gilliat-Ray, Sophie 2005. 'Sacralising' Sacred Space in Public Institutions: A Case Study of the Prayer Space at the Millennium Dome. Journal of Contemporary Religion 20 (3) , pp. 357-372. 10.1080/13537900500249921

Graham, Emma-Jayne 2005. Dining al fresco with the living and the dead in Roman Italy. In: Carroll, Maureen, Hadley, Dawn M. and Willmott, Hugh B. eds. Consuming Passions: Dining from Antiquity to the Eighteenth Century, Revealing History, Stroud: Tempus, pp. 49-65.

Graham, Emma-Jayne 2005. The quick and the dead in the extra-urban landscape: the Roman cemetery at Ostia/Portus as a lived environment. Presented at: TRAC 2004: 14th Annual Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference, Durham, UK, 26-27 March 2004. Published in: Bruhn, James, Croxford, Ben and Grigoropoulos, Dimitris eds. TRAC 2004: Proceedings of the Fourteenth Annual Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference Durham 2004. TRAC Oxford: Oxbow Books, pp. 133-143.

Guest, Peter 2005. Iron Age & Roman Coins from Wales. Presented at: Fünftes internationales Kolloquium der Schweizerischen Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Fundmünzen, Konstanz, Germany, 4-5 March 2005. Published in: Ackermann, R. C., Derschka, H. R. and Mages, C. eds. Selbstwahrnehmung und Fremdwahrnehmung in der Fundmünzbearbeitung: Bilanz und Perspektiven am Beginn des 21. Jahrhunderts. I. Materialen. Études de numismatique et d’histoire monétaire - Untersuchungen zu Numismatik und Geldgeschichte , vol. 6. Lausanne: Editions du Zebre, pp. 130-133.

Guest, Peter 2005. The late Roman gold and silver coins from the Hoxne Treasure. London: The British Museum Press.

Guest, Peter and Luke, Mike 2005. Geophysical survey at the Chesters near Moorcourt Farm, Lyonshall: some observations on field names with possible Roman connections. Transactions of the Woolhope Naturalists’ Field Club 53 , pp. 77-80.

Guttmann, Erika Britt 2005. Midden cultivation in prehistoric Britain: arable crops in gardens. World Archaeology 37 (2) , pp. 224-239. 10.1080/00438240500094937


Heimann, Mary 2005. Catholic revivalism in worship and devotion. In: Gilley, Sheridan and Stanley, Brian eds. The Cambridge History of Christianity: Volume 8, World Christianities c.1815–c.1914, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,

Hofmann, Daniela 2005. The emotional Mesolithic: past and present ambiguities of Ofnet cave. In: Milner, Nicky and Woodman, Peter C. eds. Mesolithic Studies at the Beginning of the 21st Century, Oxford: Oxbow Books, pp. 194-211.

Hofmann, Daniela 2005. Fragments of power: LBK figurines and the mortuary record. In: Hofmann, Daniela, Mills, Jessica and Cochrane, Andrew eds. Elements of Being: Mentalities, Identities and Movements, British Archaeological Reports, vol. 1437. Oxford: Archaeopress, pp. 58-70.

Hoilund Nielsen, Karen 2005. "...the sun was darkened by day and the moon by night … there was distress among men…" — on social and political development in 5th- to 7th-century southern Scandinavia. Studien zur Sachsenforschung 15 , pp. 247-285.


James, Liz and Tougher, Shaun Fitzroy 2005. Get your kit on! Some issues in the depiction of clothing in Byzantium. In: Cleland, L., Harlow, M. and Llewellyn-Jones, L. eds. The Clothed Body in the Ancient World, Oxford: Oxbow, pp. 154-161.

Johnson, William John 2005. Mahabharata. Book three, the forest. Volume four. Clay Sanskrit Library Series, New York: New York University Press & JJC Foundation.

Jones, William David 2005. Inspecting the "Extraordinary Drain": Emigration and the Urban Experience in Merthyr Tydfil in the 1860s. Urban History 32 (1) , pp. 100-113. 10.1017/S0963926805002725

Jones, William David 2005. Writing back: Welsh emigrants and their correspondence in the nineteenth century. North American Journal of Welsh Studies 5 (1) , pp. 23-46.


Knowles, Robert 2005. The grammar of hermeneutics: Anthony C. Thistleton and the search for a unified theory. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.


Lambert, Stephen David 2005. Athenian State Laws and Decrees, 352/1-322/1: II Religious Regulations. Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 154 , pp. 125-159.

Lambert, Stephen David 2005. Phratries. In: Hornblower, Simon and Spawforth, Anthony eds. Oxford Classical Dictionary (3rd rev ed.), Oxford: Oxford University Press, p. 1176.

Lambert, Stephen David 2005. Third-Century Epigraphic Hands [Book Review]. Classical Review 55 (1) , pp. 322-324. 10.1093/clrevj/bni177

Lane, Alan Macrae 2005. The ceramics from Bornish mound 3. In: Sharples, Niall M. ed. A Norse Farmstead in the Outer Hebrides; Excavations at Mound 3, Bornais, South Uist, Cardiff Studies in Archaeology, Oxford: Oxbow, pp. 36-38.


Mills, Stephen Francis 2005. Auditory archaeology. Conservation Bulletin 47 , pp. 29-30.

Mills, Stephen Francis 2005. Auditory archaeology at Çatalhöyük. Çatalhöyük 2004 Archive Report 2004 , 04-40.

Mills, Stephen Francis 2005. Sensing the place: sounds and landscape perception. In: Bailey, Douglass Whitfield, Whittle, Alasdair and Cummings, Victoria Mary eds. (Un)settling the Neolithic, Oxford: Oxbow Books, pp. 79-89.

Mulville, Jacqueline 2005. A whale of a problem: the use of archaeological evidence in modern whaling. Presented at: 9th International Council of Archaeozoology (ICAZ) Conference, Durham, UK, 2002. Published in: Monks, Gregory G. ed. The Exploitation and Cultural Importance of Sea Mammals. Oxford: Oxbow Books, pp. 154-166.


Nicholson, Helen Jane 2005. The Sisters’ House at Minwear, Pembrokeshire: analysis of the documentary and archaeological evidence. Archaeologia Cambrensis 151 , pp. 109-138.

Nicholson, Paul Thomas 2005. Bourriau and Phillips (2004) Invention and Innovation: The Social Context of Technological Change 2 [Book Review]. Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient 48 (2) , pp. 323-325.

Nicholson, Paul Thomas 2005. A hoard of votive bronzes from the Sacred Animal Necropolis at North Saqqara. British Academy Review 8 , pp. 41-44.

Nicholson, Paul Thomas 2005. The sacred animal necropolis at North Saqqara: the cults and their catacombs. In: Ikram, Salima ed. Divine Creatures: Animal Mummies in Ancient Egypt, Cairo: American University in Cairo Press, pp. 44-71.


Passmore, Kevin 2005. The construction of crisis in interwar France. In: Jenkins, Brian ed. France in the Era of Fascism: Essays on the French Authoritarian Right, Berg, pp. 151-199.

Pringle, Reginald Denys 2005. The Castles of Ayla (al-'Aqaba) in the Crusader, Ayyubid and Mamluk Periods. Presented at: Egypt and Syria in the Fatimid, Ayyubid and Mamluk Eras IV: 9th and 10th International Colloquium, Leuven, Belgium, May 2000, May 2001. Published in: Vermeulen, Urbain and Van Steenbergen, J. eds. Egypt and Syria in the Fatimid, Ayyubid and Mamluk Eras IV. Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta , vol. 140. Leuven: Peeters, pp. 333-353.


Rawlings, Louis 2005. Hannibal and Hercules. In: Rawlings, Louis and Bowden, Hugh eds. Herakles and Hercules: Exploring a Graeco-Roman Divinity, Classical Press of Wales, pp. 153-184.

Rawlings, Louis and Bowden, Hugh 2005. Herakles and Hercules: exploring a Graeco-Roman divinity. Swansea: The Classical Press of Wales.


Sacramento, Michel 2005. Three apocalypses of the early Muslim period in the context of confrontations. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.

Samuel, Geoffrey Brian 2005. Tantric revisionings: new understandings of Tibetan Buddhism and Indian religion. Motilal Banarsidass; Ashgate.

Sedgwick, Peter Humphrey 2005. Anglican theology today: from Austin Farrer to Rowan Williams. In: Ford, David F. and Muers, Rachel eds. The Modern Theologians (3rd revised edition), Blackwells, pp. 178-194.

Sharples, Niall MacPherson 2005. Building communities and creating identities in the first millennium BC. In: Haselgrove, Colin and Pope, Rachel eds. The Earlier Iron Age in Britain and the Near Continent, Oxford: Oxbow Books, pp. 174-184.

Sharples, Niall MacPherson 2005. Life histories and the buildings of the Atlantic Iron Age. In: Dockrill, S., Bond, M., Nicholson, R. and Turner, V. eds. Tall Stories: 2 Millennia of Brochs, Lerwick: Shetland Amenity Trust, pp. 102-114.

Sharples, Niall MacPherson 2005. A Norse farmstead in the Outer Hebrides: excavations at Mound 3, Bornais, South Uist. Oxford: Oxbow Books.

Stagg, Kevin 2005. The body. In: Walker, Garthine ed. Writing Early Modern History, Writing History, London: Hodder Arnold, pp. 205-225.

Strobl, Gerwin 2005. Die Landkreise Krumau und Kaplitz bei Oberdonau. In: Oberoesterreichisches Landesarchiv, Linz ed. Reichsgau Oberdonau Aspekte 2, Linz: Oberoesterreichisches Landesarchiv, pp. 347-400.

Strobl, Gerwin 2005. Staging the Nazi Assault on Reason: Hanns Johst's "Schlageter" and the 'Theatre of Inner Experience'. New Theatre Quarterly 21 (4) , pp. 307-316. 10.1017/S0266464X05000187


Thacker, Toby 2005. 'Reforming mentalities': the Allies, young people, and 'new music' in the Federal German Republic. In: Bruening, Eleonore, Lewis, Jill and Pritchard, Gareth eds. Power and the People: A Social History of Central European Politics, 1945-56, Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 153-167.

Thacker, Toby 2005. 'Something different from the Hampstead perspective': An outline of selected musical transactions between the British Left and the GDR. In: Berger, Stefan and LaPorte, Norman eds. The Other Germany: Perceptions and Influences in British-East German Relations, 1945-1990, Wissner Verlag, pp. 211-224.

Todd, Andrew 2005. Repertoires or nodes? Constructing meanings in Bible-study groups. Journal of Applied Linguistics 2 (2) , pp. 219-238.

Tosstorff, Reiner 2005. Der Balkan im Blickwinkel der Gewerkschaftsinternationalen (Vom Vorabend des Ersten Weltkriegs bis zur Weltwirtschaftskrise) / The Balkans as seen by the trade union internationals (from the eve of World War One to the world economic crisis). Mitteilungsblatt des Instituts für soziale Bewegungen 28 (33) , pp. 77-98.

Tosstorff, Reiner 2005. The international trade union movement and the foundation of the International Labour Organization. International Review of Social History 50 (3) , pp. 399-433. 10.1017/S0020859005002166

Tougher, Shaun Fitzroy 2005. Political history (602-1025). In: Harris, J. ed. Palgrave Advances in Byzantine History, Palgrave Advances, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 24-38.

Tougher, Shaun Fitzroy 2005. Two views on the gender identity of Byzantine eunuchs. In: Alison, Shaw and Shirley, Ardener eds. Changing Sex and Bending Gender, Berghahn Books, pp. 60-73.

Trevett, Christine 2005. Wilderness woman: the taming of Miriam. In: Sugirtharajah, R. S. ed. Wilderness: Essays in Honour of Frances Young, Library of New Testament studies, T & T Clark, pp. 26-44.


Waddington, Keir 2005. Hotbeds of Bohemianism? Teaching hospitals, clinical care and the patient, 1800-1914. In: Andresen, Astri, Gronlie, Tore and Skålevåg, Svein Atle eds. Hospitals, Patients and Medicine 1800-2000, Rokkan Centre, pp. 79-81.

Walker, Garthine 2005. Writing early modern history. London: Hodder Arnold.

Watkinson, David, Anheuser, K. and Weber, L. 2005. Staining of archaeological glass from manganese-rich environments. Archaeometry 47 (1) , pp. 69-82. 10.1111/j.1475-4754.2005.00188.x

Watkinson, David and Lewis, Mark T. 2005. Desiccated storage of chloride-contaminated archaeological iron objects. Studies in Conservation 50 , pp. 241-252.

Watkinson, David and Lewis, Mark Tudor 2005. The role of âFeOOH in the corrosion of archaeological iron. Presented at: Symposium OO: Materials Issues in Art and Archaeology VII, Boston, MA, USA, 28 November – 2 December 2004. Published in: Vandiver, Pamela, Mass, Jennifer L. and Murray, A. eds. Materials Issues in Art and Archaeology VII. Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings , vol. 852. Materials Research Society, 10.1557/PROC-852-OO1.6

Watt, John William 2005. The strategy of the Baghdad philosophers. The Aristotelian tradition as a common motif in Christian and Islamic thought. In: Ginkel, Jan J. van, Murre-van den Berg, Hendrika Lena and Lint, Theo Maarten van eds. Redefining Christian Identity: Cultural Interaction in the Middle East Since the Rise of Islam, Peeters, pp. 151-165.

Watt, John William, Isaac, Daniel, Faultless, Julian and Shihadeh, Ayman 2005. Aristotelian rhetoric in Syriac. Barhebraeus, Butyrum Sapientiae, book of rhetoric. Aristoteles Semitico-Latinus, vol. 18. Leiden: Brill.

Weaver, John 2005. Finding God in the holocaust: Schindler's list. In: Anthony, J. Clarke and Paul, S. Fiddes eds. Flickering Images: Theology and Film in Dialogue, Regent's Park College, Oxford with Smith and Helwys Publishing, Macon, GA, pp. 173-191.

Whitley, Anthony James Monins 2005. Archaeology in Greece 2004-05. Archaeological Reports , pp. 1-118.

Williams, Christopher 2005. Borders and identities in a globalizing age. In: Williams, Christopher, Thomson, Rob and Cunliffe, Daniel eds. E-dentity: Borders and Identities in the Internet Age, Treforest: University of Glamorgan, pp. 3-8.

Williams, Christopher 2005. Problematizing Wales: an exploration in historiography and postcoloniality. In: Williams, Christopher and Aaron, Jane eds. Postcolonial Wales, Cardiff: University of Wales Press, pp. 3-22.

Williams, Christopher 2005. 'That boundless ocean of mountains': British alpinists and the appeal of the Canadian Rockies, 1885-1920. The International Journal of the History of Sport 22 (1) , pp. 70-87.

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