Bilde av Lucas, Mary
Bilde av Lucas, Mary
Norges arktiske universitetsmuseum mary.lucas@uit.no

Mary Lucas


Stipendiat

Stillingsbeskrivelse

The PhD project involves carrying out archaeogenomic analyzes on archaeological objects and sediments from Northern Norway.


  • Karolina Joka, Sean Hixon, Mary Alexis Lucas, Ido Wachtel, Uri Davidovich, Luis Gonzaga Santesteban m.fl.:
    Exploring the potential of stable carbon and nitrogen isotope analysis of perennial plants from archaeological sites: A case study of olive pits and grape pips from Early Bronze Age Qedesh in the Galilee
    Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 2024 DOI
  • Eleftheria Orfanou, Barbara Zach, Adam B. Rohrlach, Florian N. Schneider, Enrico Paust, Mary Alexis Lucas m.fl.:
    Biomolecular evidence for changing millet reliance in Late Bronze Age central Germany
    Scientific Reports 2024 DOI
  • Mariya Antonosyan, Patrick Roberts, Narek Aspaturyan, Satenik Mkrtchyan, Mary Alexis Lucas, Kseniia Boxleitner m.fl.:
    Multiproxy evidence for environmental stability in the lesser caucasus during the late pleistocene
    Quaternary Science Reviews 2024 DOI
  • Patxi Pérez-Ramallo, José Ignacio Lorenzo-Lizalde, Alexandra Staniewska, Mattin Aiestaran, Juantxo Aguirre, Jesús Semas Sesma m.fl.:
    To the field of stars: Stable isotope analysis of medieval pilgrims and populations along the Camino de Santiago in Navarre and Aragon, Spain
    Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 2023 ARKIV / DOI
  • Jacopo Niccolò Cerasoni, Emily Yuko Hallett, Emuobosa Akpo Orijemie, Kseniia Ashastina, Mary Lucas, Lucy Farr m.fl.:
    Human interactions with tropical environments over the last 14,000 years at Iho Eleru, Nigeria
    iScience 2023 ARKIV / DOI
  • William Timothy Treal Taylor, Juan Bautista Belardi, Ramiro Barberena, Joan Brenner Coltrain, Flavia Carballo Marina, Luis Alberto Borrero m.fl.:
    Interdisciplinary evidence for early domestic horse exploitation in southern Patagonia
    Science Advances 2023 ARKIV / DOI
  • Patxi Pérez-Ramallo, José Ignacio Lorenzo-Lizalde, Alexandra Staniewska, Mattin Aiestaran, Juantxo Aguirre, Jesús Sesma Sesma m.fl.:
    Corrigendum to “To the field of stars: Stable isotope analysis of medieval pilgrims and populations along the Camino de Santiago in Navarre and Aragon, Spain” [J. Archaeol. Sci.: Rep. 48 (2023) 103847] (Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports (2023) 48, (S2352409X23000226), (10.1016/j.jasrep.2023.103847))
    Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 2023 DOI

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