RE Jones, Th Papadopoulos, 1994. The black inlay decoration on a Mycenaean
bronze dagger, Archaeometry 36 (2),
and Jones JE, 1994. The building materials and industrial remains at Agrileza,
Laurion, 4th c. BC and their contribution to the workings at the
site, Annual of the British School at
Athens 89, 305-364.
K, E Mangou, RE Jones and E Photos-Jones,
1995. Mycenaean bronze and silver objects with inlaid decoration in the National
Archaeological Museum Athens, Annual
of the British School at Athens 90, 137-153.
A Cottier, AJ Hall and LG Mendoni, 1997. Kean miltos: the well-known iron
oxides of antiquity, Annual of the British
School at Athens 92, 359-71.
R. and Morris CD., with contributions from Photos-Jones E.et al.
1997. Excavations on the Lower Terrace, Site C, Tintagel Island 1990-1994.
Antiquaries Journal 77: 1-143
JA Atkinson, AJ Hall and I Banks, 1998. The Bloomery Mounds of the Scottish
Highlands. Part I: The archaeological background, J.
Historical Metallurgy Society 32 (1), 15-32.
AJ and Photos-Jones
1998. The bloomery mounds of the Scottish Highlands: Part II – a review
of iron mineralisation. J. Historical
Metallurgy Society, 32 (2), 54-66.
Photos-Jones E., Hall
AJ. and Atkinson JA. 1998. The Industrial Minerals of Melos in Antiquity:
Alunite and sulphur. The Silver and Barytes Mining Company: Athens. Public
information pamphlet published in Greek and English.
JA Atkinson, A J Hall, A Cottier and G Sanders 1999. The
Aghia Kyriaki, Melos survey: prospecting for the elusive “earths” in the
Classical/Roman period in the Aegean, Annual of the British School at Athens, 94, 377-413.
JA and Photos-Jones E, 1999.
at heart”: clanship and the work of the Highland smith, in Metals
S M M Young, A M Pollard, P Budd and R A Ixer (eds), BAR International Series
and JA Atkinson,1999. Iron in medieval
case of town and country, Proceedings
of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 128 (1998), 1-18.
Stewart M., Atkinson JA., Barclay
G. and Cox A. 1999. with contributions from Photos-Jones E. et al. Excavations
at Allt na Moine Buidhe and Allt Lochan nan Losgunn, Perthshire. Tayside
and Fife Archaeological Journal 5: 106-138.
E, AJ Hall,
A Pollard, YTK Meikle and A Newlands, 1999.
‘The manner how it grew was like unto
the haire of a man’s head’:the early 1600’s discovery and exploitation of native silver at Hilderston
in Scotland, in Metals in Antiquity, S M M Young, A M Pollard, P Budd and
R A Ixer (eds), BAR International Series 792, 280-289.
JA, with contributions from Photos-Jones E et al. 2000. Excavation
of 10th-century burials at Chapelhall, Innellan, Argyll, 1994. Proc Soc Antiq
Scot 130: 651-676.
Banks I., with contributions
from Photos-Jones E. et al. 2000. Excavation of an Iron
Age and Romano-British enclosure at Woodend Farm, Johnstonebridge, Annandale,
1994 and 1997. Proc Soc Aantiq Scot 130: 223-281.
E. 2001. “Made in Scotland?”: sword-making in Scotland in the 15th
centuries in the recent context of recent archaeological evidence, Fields
of Conflict: Progress and Prospect in Battlefield Archaeology, (eds P W M
Freeman and A Pollard), Bar International Series 958, p61-73.
Mackie EW, with a contribution
from Photos-Jones E. 2000. Excavation at Dun Ardtreck, Skye in 1964
and 1965, Appendix 6: Metallurgical Analysis of Ferrous Industrial Waste and
a Shaft-Hole Axe from Dun Ardtreck. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries
of Scotland 130: 301-411.
J.D., Hall, A.J. and Photos-Jones, E. 2001. Rapid environmental change
during industrial minerals exploitation in the Aegean: the case of Roman Aghia
Kyriaki, Melos, Greece. In: J.E. Fell, P.D. Nicolaou and G.D. Xydous, 5th
International Mining History Congress, 12-15 Sept 2000, Milos Island, Greece:
Book of Proceedings. Milos Conference Center - George Eliopoulos. 92-100.
J.A. and Photos-Jones, E. 2001. A site with a 'special purpose': mining
activity on Melos in the Late Roman Period.In: J.E. Fell, P.D. Nicolaou and G.D. Xydous, 5th International
Mining History Congress, 12-15 Sept 2000, Milos Island, Greece: Book of Proceedings.
Milos Conference Center - George Eliopoulos. 77-85.
P., Tompsett G. and Photos-Jones E. 2001. Water, its collection and
usage in the washeries of 4h century Agrilleza: Some new observations and
results. Proceedings of the 8th Scientific Conference of South East Attica:
Jones, K Demakopoulou, E Andreopoulou-Mangou
and E Photos-Jones, 2001. Characterisation of the black inlayed decoration
of the Mycenaean daggers and silver vessels in the National Archaeological
Museum of Athens: a brief overview, in Archaeometry issues in Greek prehistory
and antiquity (Y Bassiakos, E Aloupi and Y Facorellis eds), Athens 423-28.
E, Politis, K.D., James, H.F., Hall,
A.J., RE Jones, R.E. and Hamer, J. 2002. The Sugar Industry in the
Southern Jordan Valley: An interim report on the pilot season of excavations,
geophysical and geological surveys at Tawahin as-Sukkar and Khirbat Ash-Shaykh
Isa in Ghawr As-Safi, ADAJ46, 591-614.
Dunwell A, Bailey G, Leslie
A and Smith A, with reports and contributions from Photos-Jones E.et al. 2002. Some excavations on the line of the Antonine Wall, 1994-2001.
Proc Soc Antiq Scot 132: 259-304.
A.J., Fallick, A.E., Perdikatsis, V. and Photos-Jones, E. 2003. A model
for the origin of aluminium-rich efflorescences near fumaroles, Melos, Greece:
enhanced weathering in a geothermal setting.Mineralogical Magazine.67. 363-379.
AJ, Photos-Jones E, McNulty A, Turner D and McRobb A. 2003. Geothermal
activity at the archaeological site of Aghia Kyriaki and its significance
to Roman industrial mineral exploitation on Melos, Greece. Geoarchaeology
E., Jones, R.E., and Hall,
Appendix 4: Technical report on painted plaster fragments from the Greek-Swedish
excavations at Kastelli, Khania, Crete. In, E. Hallager and B.P. Hallegar,
The Greek-Swedish Excavations at the Agia Aikaterini Square, Kastelli, Khania
1970-1987 and 2001. Vol III:1 Text, The Late Minoan IIIB: 2 Settlement. Acta
Instituti Atheniensis Regni Sueciae, Series IN 4' XLVII:III:I. Forlag, Stockholm.
E and Hendry A. 2004. TEM and SEM of Byzantine ecclesiastical threads,
the 3rd Conference of the Greek Archaeometry Society.
Stronach S. with contributions
from Photos-Jones E.et al. 2004. The evolution of a Medieval
Scottish Manor at Perceton, near Irvine, North Ayrshire. Medieval Archaeology
Brann, with contributions from E Photos-Joneset al. 2004. Excavations
at Caerlaverock Old Castle 1998-9. Dumfriesshire and Galoway Natural History
and Antiquarian Society, Dumfries.
Crone and E Campbell, with contributions from E Photos-Joneset
al. 2005. A Crannog of the 1st Millennium AD. Excavations by Jack Scott
at Loch Glashan, Argyll, 1960. Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, Edinburgh.
A.J.and Photos-Jones E. 2005. The nature of Melian
alumen and its potential for exploitation in antiquity, in Borgard P, Brun
JP and Picon M (editors),L'Alun
de Mediterranee, Colloque International, Naples June 2003. Naples:
Centre Jean Berard, 77-84.
C. with contributions from Photos-Jones E. et al. 2006. Excavations
at Hoddom, Dumfriesshire: An early ecclesiastical site in south-west Scotland.
Society of Antiquaries of Scotland: Edinburgh.
E, Dalglish C, Ruiz-Nieto R, Coulter S and Wilson L. 2006. Between
archives and the site:
the case of the nineteenth-century iron
and steel industry in the Monklands, Central Scotland and one small forge
within, Moffat Upper Steam Forge.
Submitted to Post Medieval Archaeology.
R. with contributions from Inglis R. and Photos-Jones E. 2006. The
examination of a Summerhouse, Mavor Avenue, East Kilbride. Scottish Archaeological
Journal 27: 71-87.
E, Hall AJ, Ballin Smith B and Jones RE (2007). On the intent to make
cramp: An interpretation of vitreous seaweed cremation 'waste' from prehistoric
burial sites in Orkney, Scotland. Oxford Journal of Archaeology 26(1):
A.J. and Photos-Jones, E. (in press). The
juice of the pomegranate: Quality control for the processing and distribution
of alumen in antiquity. To
Archaeometry (Mike TiteFestshcrift).
E., Hall AJ. and Jones RE. (in press). Sweet Waste: The industrial waste
from the medieval sugar refinery at the Tawahin es-Sukkar in Jordan To
Archaeometry (Mike TiteFestshcrift).
E. (in review). The Metallurgical Waste from the Excavations of
the Site of the Scottish Parliament. Historic Scotland publication.
Photos-Jones E. (in review).
Irish archaeological sites with metallurgical waste: What are we doing to
understand them, and is what we are doing enough? Submitted to Archaeology
E., Hall, A.J. and Perdikatsis, V. (in prep.) "The risks posed by
the application of chemistry on myths:" the case of the elusive Lemnian
Earth (sphragis), its nature and medicinal properties.