University of Worcester Worcester Research and Publications

Helen L Loney

Principal Lecturer

Geography and Archaeology

Institute of Science and the Environment

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  1. Loney, Helen L. (2000) Society and Technological Control: An Argument Against Progress in the Study of Ancient Ceramic Technology. American Antiquity, 65 (4). pp. 646-668. ISSN 0002-7316
  2. Loney, Helen L. (2001) Pots and Evolution: Response to Neff and Schiffer et al. American Antiquity, 66 (4). pp. 738-741. ISSN 0002-7316
  3. Loney, Helen L. (2000) The Development of Ceramic Production at Casale Nuovo (Lazio): Identifying the Rise of Complex Society in the Archaeological Record. In: The Emergence of State Identities in Italy in the first millennium BC. Accordia Research Institute, London, pp. 13-30. ISBN 1 873415 22 2
  4. van Dommelen, P. and de Bruijn, N. and Loney, Helen L. and Puig, R. and Roppa, A. (2009) Ceramic Punica Dal Sito Rurale di Truncu ‘e Molas (Terralba, Sardegna). In: L'Africa Romana. Carocci, Rome, pp. 1617-1626. ISBN 8843048333
  5. Loney, Helen L. (2007) Prehistoric Italian Pottery Production: Motor Memory, Motor Development and Technological Transfer. Journal of Mediterranean Archaeology, 20 (2). pp. 182-207. ISSN 0952-1648 (print) 1743-1700 (online)
  6. Hoaen, Andrew and Loney, Helen L. (2006) 'The Precautionary Principle’: Archaeological Site Recovery and Management in Light of Recent Work on Prehistoric Settlement in Upland Cumbria. International Journal of Biodiversity Science and Management, 2 (3). pp. 150-153. ISSN 1745-1590
  7. Loney, Helen L. and Hoaen, Andrew (2005) Landscape, Memory and Material Culture: Interpreting Diversity in the Iron Age. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, 71. pp. 361-378.
  8. Loney, Helen L. (2003) History and the Italian Bronze Age: A Discussion of the Effects of Italian Politics on Prehistoric Interpretation. Journal of Mediterranean Archaeology. pp. 199-215. ISSN 0952-1648 (print) 1743-1700 (online)
  9. Hoaen, Andrew and Loney, Helen L. (2007) Evidence for Sustained Agricultural Practices in Bronze Age Cumbria. In: Studies in Northern Prehistory: Essays in Memory of Clare Fell. Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society, Kendal, pp. 177-198. ISBN 1873124449
  10. Loney, Helen L. and Hoaen, Andrew (2004) Bronze and Iron Age Connections: Memory and Persistence in Matterdale, Cumbria. Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society, 3rd se. pp. 39-55.
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