Dr Derek Hamilton

  • Research Fellow - Chronological Modelling (Scottish Universities Environmental Research Centre)

Research interests

Overview

As a prehistoric archaeologist, I mix together scientific dating techniques (primarily radiocarbon) with stable and radiogenic isotope analysis, and add a healthy dose of Bayesian statistics to develop robust models for palaeodiet in people and animals, which are underpinned by generational chronological frameworks.

I use these models to explore questions relating to:

  • Archaeology of contact and colonization, particularly in late-prehistoric/Roman north-west Europe
  • Movement and Mobility in prehistoric societies
  • Archaeology of Households and Communities
  • Human-Environment interaction through the development of regional social and environmental histories

My interest in the period of Iron Age/Roman contact in north-west Europe has also led to research that aims to develop very precise artefact-independent chronologies, which will enable archaeologists to better understand this transition into the historic period.

Research Projects - Past & Present

Setting Artefacts Free: an independent chronology for British Iron Age brooches(PI) (The Leverhulme Trust) – This project employs an innovative combination of interdisciplinary techniques to address dating issues that are central to archaeological and scientific research in the British Iron Age. The research is developing a much-needed independent chronology for the most ubiquitous, chronologically significant Iron Age find: the brooch. By breaking away from the long-standing art historical approach to artefact dating we are better able to understand the manufacture, use and deposition of brooches in Britain, and the results will help to reconceptualise community connectivity within Britain and address questions of both chronology and connectivity between Britain and the near Continent, in the Iron Age.

Living on Water: Early Iron Age Lake-dwelling Communities in Scotland ­ (Co-Director) (Historic Environment Scotland) – This research focusses on the Early Iron Age (EIA) crannogs in Loch Tay, a compact Highland loch with nine known EIA crannogs. Through underwater excavation and high-precision dating techniques we aim to address questions of temporality and potential contemporaneity on crannog occupation across approximately one-half dozen of the EIA crannogs. The timbers used to construct the crannogs also hold a valuable archival record of past climate prior to being harvested, and stable isotope analysis of the individual rings will allow for detailed reconstruction. Finally, environmental analyses and a programme of terrestrial archaeological research is being undertaken concurrently with the underwater programme, to produce a robust and nuanced narrative for the social history of EIA life around the loch.

(Re)Dating Danebury hillfort and later prehistoric settlements in the environs: a Bayesian approach (with Universities of Leicester & Oxford/Leverhulme Trust) – The project aims to gain much better and more detailed understanding of the chronology of Danebury Hillfort and roughly a half-dozen environs sites, relating transformations at the sites to one another chronologically across the region. Furthermore, we are using this new insight to critically reassess the existing typological sequences and social interpretations and develop fresh perspectives on the settlement dynamics of the Danebury area, while also providing a basis for rethinking the relationship between this region and others in Britain, as well as the near Continent.

Palaeodietary reconstruction and chronology building in island and coastal environments (The Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland) – With colleagues at SUERC, I have been using stable isotope-derived (δ13C, δ15N, and δ34S) palaeodietary reconstructions to produce more refined chronological model where 14C dating of people and omnivorous animals might be affected by marine and freshwater reservoir offsets. The current research has been focussed in Iceland and Scotland, but has recently shifted to the North Slope of Alaska investigating the Birnirk and Thule cultures around Utqiaġvik.

Developing palaeoenvironmental chronologies using Bayesian statistics – A more recent collaboration has begun with colleagues in the United States, where we are building Bayesian chronologies for palaeoenvironmental cores from both highland and coastal Guatemala. These refined chronological frameworks are advancing our understanding of the climate change and environmental transitions, as well as volcanic activity. A goal is to correlate these chronologies to refined dating frameworks for nearby settlements.

The Times of Their Lives: towards precise narratives of change for the European Neolithic through formal chronological modelling (with Cardiff University & English Heritage/ERC) – The project is a series of important case studies from across Europe, combining robust chronological modelling with critical, problem-oriented archaeological analysis. As a Collaborative Researcher, I undertook modelling of settlement and burial data from the site of Alsónyék, in southwestern Transdanubia (Hungary) and burial data for a series of funerary complexes in Valencina de la Concepción (Spain), while also providing support for some of the ongoing work on Orkney.

“Living in the Shadow of Angkor”: responses and strategies of upland social groups to polity demise in the late- to post-Angkor period (with University of Otago/Marsden Fund) – This project is examining the archaeology of the ethnic minorities in the Cardamom Mountains of southern Cambodia, using novel integrations of scientific methods to develop the first-ever characterisation of a highland culture’s lifeways and how they fared in the Late Angkorian era. As an Associate Investigator, I was primarily responsible for the development and implementation of the radiocarbon dating and Bayesian modelling programme.


Grants

Setting Artefacts Free: an independent chronology for British Iron Age brooches. Hamilton (The Leverhulme Trust) £257,648. 2017–2020.

Living on Water: Early Iron Age Lake-dwelling Communities in Scotland. Cook and Hamilton (Historic Environment Scotland) £237,330. 2017–2020.

A (Pre)History of Westray and Papa Westray: from the Mesolithic/Neolithic transition to Norse annexation (PhD project). Hamilton (Historic Environment Scotland) £52,558. 2017–2020.

Scottish upland expansion in the Bronze Age: new insights from robust chronological modelling (PhD project). Hamilton (Historic Environment Scotland) £51,113. 2016–2019.

Workshop on Archaeological Science in Scotland - Archaeological Chronologies. Cook, Hamilton, and Jones (Historic Environment Scotland) £2000. 2016.

Radiocarbon Dating and Bayesian Statistics. Cook, Hamilton, and Naysmith (Historic Environment Scotland) £75,000. 2015–2016.

Roman encampments in Aberdeenshire: radiocarbon dating and Bayesian modelling of the oven’s at Deer’s Den and Milltimber. Hamilton (Historic Environment Scotland) £15,400. 2016–2017.

Estimating ancient Marine Radiocarbon Reservoir Effects to develop better Arctic settlement histories. Krus and Hamilton (The Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland) £6415. 2016–2017.

Bayesian Statistics Fact Finding Site visit, Links of Noltland, Westray. Hamilton (Historic Environment Scotland) £522. 2014.

Living in the Shadow of Angkor. Beaven (PI), Buckley, Carter, Halcrow, and Hamilton (Marsden Fund) NZ$956,000. 2013–2016.

Radiocarbon Dating – Bayesian Statistics. Cook and Hamilton (Historic Environment Scotland) £15,000. 2014–2015.

Development of a robust chronology for the archaeology around Lake Mývatn, Iceland. Hamilton (The Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland) £2450. 2013–2014.

Radiocarbon Dating – Bayesian Statistics. Cook and Hamilton (Historic Environment Scotland) £15,000. 2013–2014.

Radiocarbon Dating – Bayesian Statistics. Cook and Hamilton (Historic Environment Scotland) £15,000. 2012–2013.

High precision 14C dating of crannogs. Cook and Hamilton (Historic Environment Scotland) £30,900. 2012–2015.

Radiocarbon Dating – Bayesian Statistics. Cook and Hamilton (Historic Environment Scotland) £10,000. 2011–2012.


Supervision

Current Postgraduate Students

  • Kathleen McCaskill (2017–) – ‘A (Pre)History of Westray and Papa Westray: from the Mesolithic/Neolithic transition to Norse annexation’ (Historic Environment Scotland PhD grant)
  • Sophie McDonald (2017–) – ‘Scottish upland expansion in the Bronze Age: new insights from robust chronological modelling’ (Historic Environment Scotland PhD grant)

Past Postgraduate Students

  • Piotr Jacobsson (completed 2016) – ‘Dating south-west Scottish crannogs’ (Carnegie Trust Scholarship award)

Visiting Postgraduate Students

  • Águeda Lozano Medina (spring 2015) from University of Granada, Spain

Additional information

Education

  • Ph.D. (2011) Archaeology – University of Leicester, U.K. (AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Award), 2011
    • The use of radiocarbon dating and Bayesian modelling to (re)write later Iron Age settlement histories in east-central Britain
  • M.A. Anthropology – University of Denver, U.S.A, 2001
    • Three-dimensional visualization of subsurface ground-penetrating radar reflections at a controlled archaeological site
  • B.A. History of Art – The Ohio State University, U.S.A., 1995
  • B.A. Classics – The Ohio State University, U.S.A., 1994

Professional Esteem

  • Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries, London (FSA), 2015–
  • Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland (FSA Scot), 2011–
  • Reviewer for various international journals (inc. Antiquity, Journal of Archaeological Science, Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory, Cambridge Archaeological Journal, Documenta Praehistorica, Proceedings of the Royal Society, Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, Radiocarbon, and World Archaeology)
  • Associate Editor for Radiocarbon

Professional Memberships

  • European Association of Archaeologists (EAA), member
  • Society for American Archaeology (SAA), member
  • Prehistoric Society, member
  • Hillfort Study Group, member

Publications

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Number of items: 66.

2017

Noble, G., Brophy, K. , Hamilton, D., Leach, S. and Sheridan, A. (2017) Cremation practices and the creation of monument complexes: the Neolithic cremation cemetery at Forteviot, Strathearn, Perth & Kinross, Scotland, and its comparanda. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, 83, pp. 213-245. (doi:10.1017/ppr.2017.11)

Hamilton, W. D. and Krus, A. M. (2017) The myths and realities of Bayesian chronological modeling revealed. American Antiquity, (doi:10.1017/aaq.2017.57) (Early Online Publication)

Hamilton, W. D. and Sayle, K. L. (2017) Stable isotopes, chronology and Bayesian models for the Viking archaeology of north-east Iceland. Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology, (doi:10.1080/15564894.2017.1363097) (Early Online Publication)

Kinnaird, T., Dawson, T., Sanderson, D. , Hamilton, D., Cresswell, A. and Rennell, R. (2017) Chronostratigraphy of an eroding complex Atlantic round house, Baile Sear, Scotland. Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology, (doi:10.1080/15564894.2017.1368744) (Early Online Publication)

Jacobsson, P., Hale, A. G.C., Cook, G. and Hamilton, D. (2017) Exploring site formation and building local contexts through wiggle-match radiocarbon dating: re-dating of the Firth of Clyde Crannogs, Scotland. European Journal of Archaeology, (doi:10.1017/eaa.2017.60P) (Early Online Publication)

Jacobsson, P., Hamilton, W. D., Cook, G., Crone, A., Dunbar, E. , Kinch, H. , Naysmith, P., Tripney, B. and Xu, S. (2017) Refining the Hallstatt plateau: Short-term 14C variability and small scale offsets in 50 consecutive tree-rings from south west Scotland dendro-dated to 410-460 BC. Radiocarbon, (doi:10.1017/RDC.2017.90) (Early Online Publication)

Fraser, S., Elsner, J., Hamilton, W. D., Sayle, K. L. , Schlumbaum, A. and Bartosiewicz, L. (2017) Matrilines in Neolithic cattle from Orkney, Scotland reveals complex husbandry patterns of ancestry. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, 14, pp. 46-54. (doi:10.1016/j.jasrep.2017.04.022)

Noble, G., Turner, J., Hamilton, D., Hastie, L., Knecht, R., Stirling, L., Sveinbjarnarson, O., Upex, B. and Milek, K. (2017) Early medieval shellfish exploitation in Northwest Europe: investigations at the Sands of Forvie Shell Middens, Eastern Scotland, and the role of coastal resources in the First Millennium AD. Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology, (doi:10.1080/15564894.2017.1329242) (Early Online Publication)

Timpany, S., Crone, A., Hamilton, D. and Sharpe, M. (2017) Revealed by waves: a stratigraphic, palaeoecological, and dendrochronological investigation of a prehistoric oak timber and intertidal peats, Bay of Ireland, West Mainland, Orkney. Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology, 12(4), pp. 515-539. (doi:10.1080/15564894.2017.1284960)

2016

Sayle, K. L. , Hamilton, W. D., Gestsdóttir, H. and Cook, G. T. (2016) Modelling Lake Mývatn’s freshwater reservoir effect: Utilisation of the statistical program FRUITS to assist in the re-interpretation of radiocarbon dates from a cemetery at Hofstaðir, north-east Iceland. Quaternary Geochronology, 36, pp. 1-11. (doi:10.1016/j.quageo.2016.07.001)

Robertson, D., Taylor, M., Tyers, I., Cook, G. and Hamilton, W. D. (2016) A second timber circle, trackways, and coppicing at Holme-next-the-Sea beach, Norfolk: use of salt- and freshwater marshes in the Bronze Age. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, 82, pp. 227-258. (doi:10.1017/ppr.2016.3)

Bayliss, A. et al. (2016) Peopling the past: creating a site biography in the Hungarian Neolithic. Bericht der Romisch-Germanischen Kommission, 94, pp. 23-91.

Bayliss, A. et al. (2016) La cronología radiocarbó- nica del tholos de Montelirio = The radiocarbon chronology of the Montelirio tholos. In: Fernández Flores, Á., García Sanjuán, L. and Díaz-Zorita Bonilla, M. (eds.) Montelirio: Un Gran Monumento Megalítico de la Edad del Cobre = Montelirio: A Great Meglithic Monument of the Copper Age. Universidad de Sevilla, pp. 485-502. ISBN 9788499592367

Bánffy, E., Osztás, A., Oross, K., Zalai-Gaál, I., Marton, T., Nyerges, É.Á., Köhler, K., Bayliss, A., Hamilton, D. and Whittle, A. (2016) The Alsónyék story: towards the history of a persistent place. Bericht der Romisch-Germanischen Kommission, 94, pp. 283-318.

Hamilton, D. (2016) Later prehistoric settlement from the Tees to the Forth: the timing of transformation and the tempo of renewal. In: Crellin, R., Fowler, C. and Tipping, R. (eds.) Prehistory without Borders: The Prehistoric Archaeology of Northeast England and Southeast Scotland. Oxbow: Oxford, pp. 224-243. ISBN 9781785701993

Hamilton, D. (2016) The Pilismarót-Basaharc cemetery: radiocarbon dating and bayesian modelling. In: Bondár, M. (ed.) The Late Copper Age cemetery at Pilismarót-Basaharc, István Torma’s excavations (1967, 1969–1972). Institute of Archaeology, Research Centre for the Humanities, Hungarian Academy of Sciences: Budapest, pp. 349-354. ISBN 9789639911758

Hamilton, D. (2016) Scientific dating of the Tofts sequence. In: Haselgrove, C. (ed.) Cartimandua’s capital? Research and excavations at and around the late Iron Age royal site at Stanwick, North Yorkshire, 1981–2004. Council for British Archaeology: York, pp. 169-180.

Krus, A. , Jensen, A. M., Hamilton, W. D. and Sayle, K. (2016) Research in progress: Assessing marine radiocarbon reservoir effect variation in greater Utqiaġvik, Alaska. Alaska Journal of Anthropology, 14(1&2), p. 107.

Oross, K. et al. (2016) The early days of Neolithic Alsónyék: the Starčevo occupation. Bericht der Romisch-Germanischen Kommission, 94, pp. 93-121.

Oross, K. et al. (2016) Midlife changes: the Sopot burial ground at Alsónyék. Bericht der Romisch-Germanischen Kommission, 94, pp. 151-178.

Oross, K. et al. (2016) Longhouse times: dating the Alsónyék LBK settlement. Bericht der Romisch-Germanischen Kommission, 94, pp. 123-149.

Osztás, A. et al. (2016) Coalescent community at Alsónyék: the timings and duration of Lengyel burials and settlement. Bericht der Romisch-Germanischen Kommission, 94, pp. 179-282.

Sayle, K. L. , Hamilton, W. D., Cook, G. T., Ascough, P. L. , Gestsdóttir, H. and McGovern, T. H. (2016) Deciphering diet and monitoring movement: multiple stable isotope analysis of the Viking Age settlement at Hofstaðir, Lake Mývatn, Iceland. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 160(1), pp. 126-136. (doi:10.1002/ajpa.22939) (PMID:26799531)

Tipping, R. et al. (2016) Landscape dynamics and climate change as agents at the Battle of Bannockburn. In: Penman, P. (ed.) Bannockburn, 1314–2014: Battle & Legacy, Proceedings of the 2014 Stirling Conference. Shaun Tyas: Donington, pp. 111-128. ISBN 9781907730504

2015

Parker Pearson, M. et al. (2015) Craig Rhos-y-felin: a Welsh bluestone megalith quarry for Stonehenge. Antiquity, 89(348), pp. 1331-1352. (doi:10.15184/aqy.2015.177)

Cook, G.T., Ascough, P.L., Bonsall, C., Hamilton, W.D., Russell, N., Sayle, K.L. , Scott, E.M. and Bownes, J.M. (2015) Best practice methodology for 14C calibration of marine and mixed terrestrial/marine samples. Quaternary Geochronology, 27, pp. 164-171. (doi:10.1016/j.quageo.2015.02.024)

Hamilton, W. D. and Kenney, J. (2015) Multiple Bayesian modelling approaches to a suite of radiocarbon dates from ovens excavated at Ysgol yr Hendre, Caernarfon, North Wales. Quaternary Geochronology, 25, pp. 72-82. (doi:10.1016/j.quageo.2014.10.001)

Beavan, N., Hamilton, D. , Sokha, T. and Sayle, K. (2015) Radiocarbon dates from the Highland Jar and Coffin burial site of Phnom Khnang Peung, Cardamom Mountains, Cambodia. Radiocarbon, 57(1), pp. 15-31. (doi:10.2458/azu_rc.57.18194)

Hamilton, D. (2015) Radiocarbon dating and Bayesian modelling. In: Thomas, J. (ed.) A Neolithic Ceremonial Complex in Galloway. Oxbow: Oxford, pp. 140-145. ISBN 9781782979708

Hamilton, D., Haselgrove, C. and Gosden, C. (2015) The impact of Bayesian chronologies on the British Iron Age. World Archaeology, 47(4), pp. 642-660. (doi:10.1080/00438243.2015.1053976)

Krus, A.M., Cook, R. and Hamilton, W.D. (2015) Bayesian chronological modeling of SunWatch, a fort ancient village in Dayton, Ohio. Radiocarbon, 57(2), (doi:10.2458/azu_rc.57.18179)

2014

Tipping, R. et al. (2014) Reconstructing battles and battlefields: scientific solutions to historical problems at Bannockburn, Scotland. Landscapes, 15(2), pp. 119-131. (doi:10.1179/1466203514Z.00000000030)

Sayle, K. , Cook, G. T., Ascough, P. L., Gestsdóttir, H., Hamilton, W. D. and McGovern, T. H. (2014) Utilisation of δ13C, δ15N, and δ34S analyses to understand 14C-dating anomalies within a Late Viking Age community in north-east Iceland. Radiocarbon, 56(2), (doi:10.2458/56.17770)

2013

Armit, I., Neale, N., Shapland, F., Bosworth, H., Hamilton, D. and McKenzie, J. (2013) The ins and outs of death in the Iron Age: complex funerary treatments at Broxmouth Hillfort, East Lothian. Oxford Journal of Archaeology, 32(1), pp. 73-100. (doi:10.1111/ojoa.12003)

Hamilton, D. (2013) Radiocarbon dating results. In: Strachan, D., Hamilton, D. and Barton, T. (eds.) Excavations at the Black Spout, Pitlochry and the Iron Age Monumental Roundhouses of North West Perthshire. Perth and Kinross Heritage Trust: Perth, pp. 53-56. ISBN 9780957211414

Hamilton, D., McKenzie, J., Armit, I. and Buster, L. (2013) Radiocarbon dating and Bayesian modelling. In: Armit, I. and McKenzie, J. (eds.) An Inherited Place: Broxmouth and the Southern Scottish Iron Age. Society of Antiquaries of Scotland: Edinburgh, UK, pp. 124-133.

2012

Jay, M., Haselgrove, C., Hamilton, D., Hill, J.D. and Dent, J. (2012) Chariots and context: new radiocarbon dates from Wetwang and the chronology of Iron Age burials and brooches in East Yorkshire. Oxford Journal of Archaeology, 31(2), pp. 161-189. (doi:10.1111/j.1468-0092.2012.00384.x)

Beavan, N. et al. (2012) Radiocarbon dates from Jar acn Coffin burials of the Cardamom Mountains reveal a previously unrecorded mortuary ritual in Cambodia's late-to post-Ankgor period (15th to 17th centuries AD). Radiocarbon, 54(1), pp. 1-22. (doi:10.2458/azu_js_rc.v54i1.15828)

Brunning, R., Bronk Ramsey, C., Cameron, N., Cook, G.T., Davies, P., Gale, R., Hamilton, W.D., Hogan, D., Jones, J., Jones, M., Kenward, H., Kreiser, A., Locatelli, C., Marshall, P., Straker, V., Tinsley, H., Tyers, C. and Tyers, I. (2012) Somerset's Peatland Archaeology: Managing and Investigating a Fragile Resource. Oxbow: Oxford, UK. ISBN 9781842174883

Hamilton, D. (2012) Radiocarbon dating and bayesian modelling. In: Score, V. (ed.) Hoards, Hounds and Helmets: A Conquest-Period Ritual Site at Hallaton, Leicestershire. Series: Leicester Archaeology Monograph (21). University of Leicester School of Archaeology and Ancient History: Leicester, UK, pp. 148-151. ISBN 9780956017963

Hamilton, D. (2012) The radiocarbon dates in A. Gibson, Report on the excavations at the Duggleby Howe Causewayed Enclosure, North Yorkshire, May-June 2009. Archaeological Journal, 168, pp. 27-30.

Hamilton, D. and Hodgson, N. (2012) Radiocarbon dating. In: Hodgson, N., McKelvey, J. and Muncaster, W. (eds.) The Iron Age on the Northumberland Coastal Plain: excavations in advance of development 2002–2010. Series: Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums Archaeological Monograph (3). Tyne & Wear Archive & Museums: Newcastle upon Tyne, UK, pp. 115-132. ISBN 0905974905

Marshall, P., Best, J., Hamilton, D. and Cook, G.T.C. (2012) Radiocarbon dating in J. Best and A. Woodward, A late Bronze Age pottery production site and settlement at Foster's Field, Tinney's Lane, Sherborne, Dorset. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, 77, pp. 14-17.

2011

Bayliss, A. et al. (2011) The Greater Thams estuary. In: Whittle, A., Healy, F. and Bayliss, A. (eds.) Gathering Time: Dating the Early Neolithic Enclosures of Southern Britain and Ireland. Oxbow: Oxford, UK, pp. 348-386. ISBN 9781842174258

Momber, G. et al. (2011) Archaeological, palaeoenvironmental, and morphological investigations at BC-V. In: Mesolithic Occupation at Bouldnor Cliff and the Submerged Prehistoric Landscapes of the Solent. Series: CBA research report (164). Council for British Archaeology: York, UK, pp. 66-93. ISBN 9781902771847

Momber, G. et al. (2011) Bouldnor Cliff II: a window into the Mesolithic landscape. In: Mesolithic Occupation at Bouldnor Cliff and the Submerged Prehistoric Landscapes of the Solent. Series: CBA research report (164). Council for British Archaeology: York, UK, pp. 19-65. ISBN 9781902771847

Momber, G., Scaife, R., Gillespie, J., Nayling, N., Hamilton, D., Marshall, P., Bronk-Ramsey, C. and Cook, G.T. (2011) Rising waters, environmental change, and humans at BC-IV. In: Momber, G., Tomalin, D., Scaife, R., Satchell, J. and Gillespie, J. (eds.) Mesolithic Occupation at Bouldnor Cliff and the Submerged Prehistoric Landscapes of the Solent. Series: CBA research report (164). Council for British Archaeology: York, UK, pp. 94-101. ISBN 9781902771847

Nayling, N. and Hamilton, D. (2011) Dendrochronological and radiocarbon synthesis across the -11m OD peat shelf. In: Momber, G., Tomalin, D., Scaife, R., Satchell, J. and Gillespie, J. (eds.) Mesolithic Occupation at Bouldnor Cliff and the Submerged Prehistoric Landscapes of the Solent. Series: CBA research report (164). Council for British Archaeology: York, UK, pp. 102-104. ISBN 9781902771847

Van der Veen, M. and Hamilton, D. (2011) 1.5 chronology. In: van der Veen, M. (ed.) Consumption, Trade and Innovation: Exploring the Botanical Remains from the Roman and Islamic Ports at Quseir al-Qadim, Egypt. Series: Journal of African archaeology monograph series (6). Africa Magna: Frankfurt am Main, Germany, pp. 18-31. ISBN 9783937248233

2010

Chapman, H.P. et al. (2010) The Catholme ceremonial complex, Staffordshire, UK. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, 76, pp. 135-163. (doi:10.1017/S0079497X00000487)

Edwards, Y.H., Weisskopf, A. and Hamilton, D. (2010) Age, taphonomic history and mode of deposition of human skulls in the river Thames. Transactions of the London and Middlesex Archaeological Society, 60, pp. 35-51.

Hall, D.W., Cook, G. and Hamilton, W.D. (2010) New dating evidence for North Sea trade between England, Scotland and Norway in the 11th Century AD. In: 20th International Radiocarbon Conference, Hawaii, May 2009, pp. 331-336.

Hamilton, W.D., Marshall, P.D., Hayden, C. and Bronk Ramsey, C. (2010) Radiocarbon dating. In: Lambrick, G. (ed.) Neolithic to Saxon Social and Environmental Change at Mount Farm, Berinsfield, Dorchester-on-Thames, Oxfordshire. Oxford University School of Archaeology: Oxford, UK. ISBN 9781905905003

2009

Hamilton, W.D., Marshall, P., Waddington, C., Bronk Ramsey, C. and Cook, G. (2009) Radiocarbon dating. In: Johnson, B. and Waddington, C. (eds.) Prehistoric and Dark Age settlement remains from Cheviot Quarry, Milfield Basin, Northumberland. Archaeological Research Services, pp. 107-264.

Gearey, B.R., Marshall, P. and Hamilton, D. (2009) Correlating archaeological and palaeoenvironmental records using a Bayesian approach: a case study from Sutton Common, South Yorkshire, England. Journal of Archaeological Science, 36(7), pp. 1477-1487. (doi:10.1016/j.jas.2009.03.003)

Foster, G.C., Chiverrell, R.C., Thomas, G.S.P., Marshall, P. and Hamilton, D. (2009) Fluvial development and the sediment regime of the lower Calder, Ribble catchment, northwest England. CATENA, 77(2), pp. 81-95. (doi:10.1016/j.catena.2008.09.006)

Chiverrell, R.C., Foster, G.C., Thomas, G.S.P., Marshall, P. and Hamilton, D. (2009) Robust chronologies for landform development. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 34(2), pp. 319-328. (doi:10.1002/esp.1720)

Hamilton, D. (2009) Absolute datings. In: Haselgrove, C. (ed.) The Traprain Law Environs Project: Fieldwork and Excavations 2000-2004. Society of Antiquaries of Scotland: Edinburgh, UK, pp. 187-204. ISBN 9780903903486

Hamilton, W.D. (2009) Radiocarbon datings in R. Miket and B. Edwards, Thirlings: A Neolithic site in Northumberland. Archaeological Journal, 165, pp. 1-10.

Hamilton, W.D., Marshall, P., Bronk Ramsey, C., Cook, G. and McCormac, G. (2009) The radiocarbon results. In: Lawrence, S. and Smith, A. (eds.) Between Villa and Town: Excavations of a Roman Roadside Settlement and Shrine at Higham Ferrers, Northants. Series: Oxford Archaology, 7. Oxford Archaeological Unit Ltd,: Oxford, pp. 140-145. ISBN 9780904220445

Hamilton, W.D., Marshall, P.D., Bronk Ramsey, C., Cook, G. and van der Plicht, J. (2009) Radiocarbon dating. Boydell and Brewer Ltd: Woodbridge, England.

Marshall, P., Hamilton, W.D., van der Plicht, J., Bronk Ramsay, C., Cook, G. and Goslar, T. (2009) Scientific dating in M G Beamish Neolithic and Bronze Age activity on the Trent Valley Floor, Excavations at Egginton and Willington, Derbyshire, 1998-1999. Derbyshire Archaeological Journal, 129, pp. 17-172.

2008

Ali, I., Hamitlon, D., Newson, P., Qasim, M., Young, R. and Zahir, M. (2008) New radiocarbon dates from Chitral, NWFP, Pakistan, and their implications for the Gandharan Grave Culture of Northern Pakistan. Antiquity, 82(318),

Barber, A., Bronk Ramsey, C., Cook, G.T., Hamilton, W.D., Warman, S. and Watts, M. (2008) Radiocarbon dating in A. Barber and M. Watts 'Excavations at Saxon's Lode Farm, Ripple, 2001-2: Iron Age, Romano-British and Anglo-Saxon rural settlement in the Severn Valley'. Transactions of the Worcestershire Archaeological Society, 3, pp. 60-63.

Hall, R.A., Buckberry, J., Storm, R., Budd, P., Hamilton, W. and McCormac, G. (2008) The medieval cemetery at Riccall Landing: a reappraisal. Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, 80, pp. 55-92.

Marshall, P., Hamilton, W.D., Allen, T., Bronk Ramsey, C., Cook, G.T., Schwenninger, J.-L. and Hayden, C. (2008) Radiocarbon dates and Bayesian modelling. In: Allen, T.G., Hayden, C. and Lamdin-Whymark, H. (eds.) From Bronze Age Enclosure to Anglo-Saxon Settlement: Archaeological Excavations at Taplow Hillfort, Buckinghamshire, 1999-2005. Series: Thames Valley landscape monograph (30). Oxford Archaeology: Oxford, UK, pp. 167-178. ISBN 9781905905096

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Articles

Noble, G., Brophy, K. , Hamilton, D., Leach, S. and Sheridan, A. (2017) Cremation practices and the creation of monument complexes: the Neolithic cremation cemetery at Forteviot, Strathearn, Perth & Kinross, Scotland, and its comparanda. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, 83, pp. 213-245. (doi:10.1017/ppr.2017.11)

Hamilton, W. D. and Krus, A. M. (2017) The myths and realities of Bayesian chronological modeling revealed. American Antiquity, (doi:10.1017/aaq.2017.57) (Early Online Publication)

Hamilton, W. D. and Sayle, K. L. (2017) Stable isotopes, chronology and Bayesian models for the Viking archaeology of north-east Iceland. Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology, (doi:10.1080/15564894.2017.1363097) (Early Online Publication)

Kinnaird, T., Dawson, T., Sanderson, D. , Hamilton, D., Cresswell, A. and Rennell, R. (2017) Chronostratigraphy of an eroding complex Atlantic round house, Baile Sear, Scotland. Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology, (doi:10.1080/15564894.2017.1368744) (Early Online Publication)

Jacobsson, P., Hale, A. G.C., Cook, G. and Hamilton, D. (2017) Exploring site formation and building local contexts through wiggle-match radiocarbon dating: re-dating of the Firth of Clyde Crannogs, Scotland. European Journal of Archaeology, (doi:10.1017/eaa.2017.60P) (Early Online Publication)

Jacobsson, P., Hamilton, W. D., Cook, G., Crone, A., Dunbar, E. , Kinch, H. , Naysmith, P., Tripney, B. and Xu, S. (2017) Refining the Hallstatt plateau: Short-term 14C variability and small scale offsets in 50 consecutive tree-rings from south west Scotland dendro-dated to 410-460 BC. Radiocarbon, (doi:10.1017/RDC.2017.90) (Early Online Publication)

Fraser, S., Elsner, J., Hamilton, W. D., Sayle, K. L. , Schlumbaum, A. and Bartosiewicz, L. (2017) Matrilines in Neolithic cattle from Orkney, Scotland reveals complex husbandry patterns of ancestry. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, 14, pp. 46-54. (doi:10.1016/j.jasrep.2017.04.022)

Noble, G., Turner, J., Hamilton, D., Hastie, L., Knecht, R., Stirling, L., Sveinbjarnarson, O., Upex, B. and Milek, K. (2017) Early medieval shellfish exploitation in Northwest Europe: investigations at the Sands of Forvie Shell Middens, Eastern Scotland, and the role of coastal resources in the First Millennium AD. Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology, (doi:10.1080/15564894.2017.1329242) (Early Online Publication)

Timpany, S., Crone, A., Hamilton, D. and Sharpe, M. (2017) Revealed by waves: a stratigraphic, palaeoecological, and dendrochronological investigation of a prehistoric oak timber and intertidal peats, Bay of Ireland, West Mainland, Orkney. Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology, 12(4), pp. 515-539. (doi:10.1080/15564894.2017.1284960)

Sayle, K. L. , Hamilton, W. D., Gestsdóttir, H. and Cook, G. T. (2016) Modelling Lake Mývatn’s freshwater reservoir effect: Utilisation of the statistical program FRUITS to assist in the re-interpretation of radiocarbon dates from a cemetery at Hofstaðir, north-east Iceland. Quaternary Geochronology, 36, pp. 1-11. (doi:10.1016/j.quageo.2016.07.001)

Robertson, D., Taylor, M., Tyers, I., Cook, G. and Hamilton, W. D. (2016) A second timber circle, trackways, and coppicing at Holme-next-the-Sea beach, Norfolk: use of salt- and freshwater marshes in the Bronze Age. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, 82, pp. 227-258. (doi:10.1017/ppr.2016.3)

Bayliss, A. et al. (2016) Peopling the past: creating a site biography in the Hungarian Neolithic. Bericht der Romisch-Germanischen Kommission, 94, pp. 23-91.

Bánffy, E., Osztás, A., Oross, K., Zalai-Gaál, I., Marton, T., Nyerges, É.Á., Köhler, K., Bayliss, A., Hamilton, D. and Whittle, A. (2016) The Alsónyék story: towards the history of a persistent place. Bericht der Romisch-Germanischen Kommission, 94, pp. 283-318.

Krus, A. , Jensen, A. M., Hamilton, W. D. and Sayle, K. (2016) Research in progress: Assessing marine radiocarbon reservoir effect variation in greater Utqiaġvik, Alaska. Alaska Journal of Anthropology, 14(1&2), p. 107.

Oross, K. et al. (2016) The early days of Neolithic Alsónyék: the Starčevo occupation. Bericht der Romisch-Germanischen Kommission, 94, pp. 93-121.

Oross, K. et al. (2016) Midlife changes: the Sopot burial ground at Alsónyék. Bericht der Romisch-Germanischen Kommission, 94, pp. 151-178.

Oross, K. et al. (2016) Longhouse times: dating the Alsónyék LBK settlement. Bericht der Romisch-Germanischen Kommission, 94, pp. 123-149.

Osztás, A. et al. (2016) Coalescent community at Alsónyék: the timings and duration of Lengyel burials and settlement. Bericht der Romisch-Germanischen Kommission, 94, pp. 179-282.

Sayle, K. L. , Hamilton, W. D., Cook, G. T., Ascough, P. L. , Gestsdóttir, H. and McGovern, T. H. (2016) Deciphering diet and monitoring movement: multiple stable isotope analysis of the Viking Age settlement at Hofstaðir, Lake Mývatn, Iceland. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 160(1), pp. 126-136. (doi:10.1002/ajpa.22939) (PMID:26799531)

Parker Pearson, M. et al. (2015) Craig Rhos-y-felin: a Welsh bluestone megalith quarry for Stonehenge. Antiquity, 89(348), pp. 1331-1352. (doi:10.15184/aqy.2015.177)

Cook, G.T., Ascough, P.L., Bonsall, C., Hamilton, W.D., Russell, N., Sayle, K.L. , Scott, E.M. and Bownes, J.M. (2015) Best practice methodology for 14C calibration of marine and mixed terrestrial/marine samples. Quaternary Geochronology, 27, pp. 164-171. (doi:10.1016/j.quageo.2015.02.024)

Hamilton, W. D. and Kenney, J. (2015) Multiple Bayesian modelling approaches to a suite of radiocarbon dates from ovens excavated at Ysgol yr Hendre, Caernarfon, North Wales. Quaternary Geochronology, 25, pp. 72-82. (doi:10.1016/j.quageo.2014.10.001)

Beavan, N., Hamilton, D. , Sokha, T. and Sayle, K. (2015) Radiocarbon dates from the Highland Jar and Coffin burial site of Phnom Khnang Peung, Cardamom Mountains, Cambodia. Radiocarbon, 57(1), pp. 15-31. (doi:10.2458/azu_rc.57.18194)

Hamilton, D., Haselgrove, C. and Gosden, C. (2015) The impact of Bayesian chronologies on the British Iron Age. World Archaeology, 47(4), pp. 642-660. (doi:10.1080/00438243.2015.1053976)

Krus, A.M., Cook, R. and Hamilton, W.D. (2015) Bayesian chronological modeling of SunWatch, a fort ancient village in Dayton, Ohio. Radiocarbon, 57(2), (doi:10.2458/azu_rc.57.18179)

Tipping, R. et al. (2014) Reconstructing battles and battlefields: scientific solutions to historical problems at Bannockburn, Scotland. Landscapes, 15(2), pp. 119-131. (doi:10.1179/1466203514Z.00000000030)

Sayle, K. , Cook, G. T., Ascough, P. L., Gestsdóttir, H., Hamilton, W. D. and McGovern, T. H. (2014) Utilisation of δ13C, δ15N, and δ34S analyses to understand 14C-dating anomalies within a Late Viking Age community in north-east Iceland. Radiocarbon, 56(2), (doi:10.2458/56.17770)

Armit, I., Neale, N., Shapland, F., Bosworth, H., Hamilton, D. and McKenzie, J. (2013) The ins and outs of death in the Iron Age: complex funerary treatments at Broxmouth Hillfort, East Lothian. Oxford Journal of Archaeology, 32(1), pp. 73-100. (doi:10.1111/ojoa.12003)

Jay, M., Haselgrove, C., Hamilton, D., Hill, J.D. and Dent, J. (2012) Chariots and context: new radiocarbon dates from Wetwang and the chronology of Iron Age burials and brooches in East Yorkshire. Oxford Journal of Archaeology, 31(2), pp. 161-189. (doi:10.1111/j.1468-0092.2012.00384.x)

Beavan, N. et al. (2012) Radiocarbon dates from Jar acn Coffin burials of the Cardamom Mountains reveal a previously unrecorded mortuary ritual in Cambodia's late-to post-Ankgor period (15th to 17th centuries AD). Radiocarbon, 54(1), pp. 1-22. (doi:10.2458/azu_js_rc.v54i1.15828)

Hamilton, D. (2012) The radiocarbon dates in A. Gibson, Report on the excavations at the Duggleby Howe Causewayed Enclosure, North Yorkshire, May-June 2009. Archaeological Journal, 168, pp. 27-30.

Marshall, P., Best, J., Hamilton, D. and Cook, G.T.C. (2012) Radiocarbon dating in J. Best and A. Woodward, A late Bronze Age pottery production site and settlement at Foster's Field, Tinney's Lane, Sherborne, Dorset. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, 77, pp. 14-17.

Chapman, H.P. et al. (2010) The Catholme ceremonial complex, Staffordshire, UK. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, 76, pp. 135-163. (doi:10.1017/S0079497X00000487)

Edwards, Y.H., Weisskopf, A. and Hamilton, D. (2010) Age, taphonomic history and mode of deposition of human skulls in the river Thames. Transactions of the London and Middlesex Archaeological Society, 60, pp. 35-51.

Gearey, B.R., Marshall, P. and Hamilton, D. (2009) Correlating archaeological and palaeoenvironmental records using a Bayesian approach: a case study from Sutton Common, South Yorkshire, England. Journal of Archaeological Science, 36(7), pp. 1477-1487. (doi:10.1016/j.jas.2009.03.003)

Foster, G.C., Chiverrell, R.C., Thomas, G.S.P., Marshall, P. and Hamilton, D. (2009) Fluvial development and the sediment regime of the lower Calder, Ribble catchment, northwest England. CATENA, 77(2), pp. 81-95. (doi:10.1016/j.catena.2008.09.006)

Chiverrell, R.C., Foster, G.C., Thomas, G.S.P., Marshall, P. and Hamilton, D. (2009) Robust chronologies for landform development. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 34(2), pp. 319-328. (doi:10.1002/esp.1720)

Hamilton, W.D. (2009) Radiocarbon datings in R. Miket and B. Edwards, Thirlings: A Neolithic site in Northumberland. Archaeological Journal, 165, pp. 1-10.

Marshall, P., Hamilton, W.D., van der Plicht, J., Bronk Ramsay, C., Cook, G. and Goslar, T. (2009) Scientific dating in M G Beamish Neolithic and Bronze Age activity on the Trent Valley Floor, Excavations at Egginton and Willington, Derbyshire, 1998-1999. Derbyshire Archaeological Journal, 129, pp. 17-172.

Ali, I., Hamitlon, D., Newson, P., Qasim, M., Young, R. and Zahir, M. (2008) New radiocarbon dates from Chitral, NWFP, Pakistan, and their implications for the Gandharan Grave Culture of Northern Pakistan. Antiquity, 82(318),

Barber, A., Bronk Ramsey, C., Cook, G.T., Hamilton, W.D., Warman, S. and Watts, M. (2008) Radiocarbon dating in A. Barber and M. Watts 'Excavations at Saxon's Lode Farm, Ripple, 2001-2: Iron Age, Romano-British and Anglo-Saxon rural settlement in the Severn Valley'. Transactions of the Worcestershire Archaeological Society, 3, pp. 60-63.

Hall, R.A., Buckberry, J., Storm, R., Budd, P., Hamilton, W. and McCormac, G. (2008) The medieval cemetery at Riccall Landing: a reappraisal. Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, 80, pp. 55-92.

Books

Brunning, R., Bronk Ramsey, C., Cameron, N., Cook, G.T., Davies, P., Gale, R., Hamilton, W.D., Hogan, D., Jones, J., Jones, M., Kenward, H., Kreiser, A., Locatelli, C., Marshall, P., Straker, V., Tinsley, H., Tyers, C. and Tyers, I. (2012) Somerset's Peatland Archaeology: Managing and Investigating a Fragile Resource. Oxbow: Oxford, UK. ISBN 9781842174883

Book Sections

Bayliss, A. et al. (2016) La cronología radiocarbó- nica del tholos de Montelirio = The radiocarbon chronology of the Montelirio tholos. In: Fernández Flores, Á., García Sanjuán, L. and Díaz-Zorita Bonilla, M. (eds.) Montelirio: Un Gran Monumento Megalítico de la Edad del Cobre = Montelirio: A Great Meglithic Monument of the Copper Age. Universidad de Sevilla, pp. 485-502. ISBN 9788499592367

Hamilton, D. (2016) Later prehistoric settlement from the Tees to the Forth: the timing of transformation and the tempo of renewal. In: Crellin, R., Fowler, C. and Tipping, R. (eds.) Prehistory without Borders: The Prehistoric Archaeology of Northeast England and Southeast Scotland. Oxbow: Oxford, pp. 224-243. ISBN 9781785701993

Hamilton, D. (2016) The Pilismarót-Basaharc cemetery: radiocarbon dating and bayesian modelling. In: Bondár, M. (ed.) The Late Copper Age cemetery at Pilismarót-Basaharc, István Torma’s excavations (1967, 1969–1972). Institute of Archaeology, Research Centre for the Humanities, Hungarian Academy of Sciences: Budapest, pp. 349-354. ISBN 9789639911758

Hamilton, D. (2016) Scientific dating of the Tofts sequence. In: Haselgrove, C. (ed.) Cartimandua’s capital? Research and excavations at and around the late Iron Age royal site at Stanwick, North Yorkshire, 1981–2004. Council for British Archaeology: York, pp. 169-180.

Tipping, R. et al. (2016) Landscape dynamics and climate change as agents at the Battle of Bannockburn. In: Penman, P. (ed.) Bannockburn, 1314–2014: Battle & Legacy, Proceedings of the 2014 Stirling Conference. Shaun Tyas: Donington, pp. 111-128. ISBN 9781907730504

Hamilton, D. (2015) Radiocarbon dating and Bayesian modelling. In: Thomas, J. (ed.) A Neolithic Ceremonial Complex in Galloway. Oxbow: Oxford, pp. 140-145. ISBN 9781782979708

Hamilton, D. (2013) Radiocarbon dating results. In: Strachan, D., Hamilton, D. and Barton, T. (eds.) Excavations at the Black Spout, Pitlochry and the Iron Age Monumental Roundhouses of North West Perthshire. Perth and Kinross Heritage Trust: Perth, pp. 53-56. ISBN 9780957211414

Hamilton, D., McKenzie, J., Armit, I. and Buster, L. (2013) Radiocarbon dating and Bayesian modelling. In: Armit, I. and McKenzie, J. (eds.) An Inherited Place: Broxmouth and the Southern Scottish Iron Age. Society of Antiquaries of Scotland: Edinburgh, UK, pp. 124-133.

Hamilton, D. (2012) Radiocarbon dating and bayesian modelling. In: Score, V. (ed.) Hoards, Hounds and Helmets: A Conquest-Period Ritual Site at Hallaton, Leicestershire. Series: Leicester Archaeology Monograph (21). University of Leicester School of Archaeology and Ancient History: Leicester, UK, pp. 148-151. ISBN 9780956017963

Hamilton, D. and Hodgson, N. (2012) Radiocarbon dating. In: Hodgson, N., McKelvey, J. and Muncaster, W. (eds.) The Iron Age on the Northumberland Coastal Plain: excavations in advance of development 2002–2010. Series: Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums Archaeological Monograph (3). Tyne & Wear Archive & Museums: Newcastle upon Tyne, UK, pp. 115-132. ISBN 0905974905

Bayliss, A. et al. (2011) The Greater Thams estuary. In: Whittle, A., Healy, F. and Bayliss, A. (eds.) Gathering Time: Dating the Early Neolithic Enclosures of Southern Britain and Ireland. Oxbow: Oxford, UK, pp. 348-386. ISBN 9781842174258

Momber, G. et al. (2011) Archaeological, palaeoenvironmental, and morphological investigations at BC-V. In: Mesolithic Occupation at Bouldnor Cliff and the Submerged Prehistoric Landscapes of the Solent. Series: CBA research report (164). Council for British Archaeology: York, UK, pp. 66-93. ISBN 9781902771847

Momber, G. et al. (2011) Bouldnor Cliff II: a window into the Mesolithic landscape. In: Mesolithic Occupation at Bouldnor Cliff and the Submerged Prehistoric Landscapes of the Solent. Series: CBA research report (164). Council for British Archaeology: York, UK, pp. 19-65. ISBN 9781902771847

Momber, G., Scaife, R., Gillespie, J., Nayling, N., Hamilton, D., Marshall, P., Bronk-Ramsey, C. and Cook, G.T. (2011) Rising waters, environmental change, and humans at BC-IV. In: Momber, G., Tomalin, D., Scaife, R., Satchell, J. and Gillespie, J. (eds.) Mesolithic Occupation at Bouldnor Cliff and the Submerged Prehistoric Landscapes of the Solent. Series: CBA research report (164). Council for British Archaeology: York, UK, pp. 94-101. ISBN 9781902771847

Nayling, N. and Hamilton, D. (2011) Dendrochronological and radiocarbon synthesis across the -11m OD peat shelf. In: Momber, G., Tomalin, D., Scaife, R., Satchell, J. and Gillespie, J. (eds.) Mesolithic Occupation at Bouldnor Cliff and the Submerged Prehistoric Landscapes of the Solent. Series: CBA research report (164). Council for British Archaeology: York, UK, pp. 102-104. ISBN 9781902771847

Van der Veen, M. and Hamilton, D. (2011) 1.5 chronology. In: van der Veen, M. (ed.) Consumption, Trade and Innovation: Exploring the Botanical Remains from the Roman and Islamic Ports at Quseir al-Qadim, Egypt. Series: Journal of African archaeology monograph series (6). Africa Magna: Frankfurt am Main, Germany, pp. 18-31. ISBN 9783937248233

Hamilton, W.D., Marshall, P.D., Hayden, C. and Bronk Ramsey, C. (2010) Radiocarbon dating. In: Lambrick, G. (ed.) Neolithic to Saxon Social and Environmental Change at Mount Farm, Berinsfield, Dorchester-on-Thames, Oxfordshire. Oxford University School of Archaeology: Oxford, UK. ISBN 9781905905003

Hamilton, W.D., Marshall, P., Waddington, C., Bronk Ramsey, C. and Cook, G. (2009) Radiocarbon dating. In: Johnson, B. and Waddington, C. (eds.) Prehistoric and Dark Age settlement remains from Cheviot Quarry, Milfield Basin, Northumberland. Archaeological Research Services, pp. 107-264.

Hamilton, D. (2009) Absolute datings. In: Haselgrove, C. (ed.) The Traprain Law Environs Project: Fieldwork and Excavations 2000-2004. Society of Antiquaries of Scotland: Edinburgh, UK, pp. 187-204. ISBN 9780903903486

Hamilton, W.D., Marshall, P., Bronk Ramsey, C., Cook, G. and McCormac, G. (2009) The radiocarbon results. In: Lawrence, S. and Smith, A. (eds.) Between Villa and Town: Excavations of a Roman Roadside Settlement and Shrine at Higham Ferrers, Northants. Series: Oxford Archaology, 7. Oxford Archaeological Unit Ltd,: Oxford, pp. 140-145. ISBN 9780904220445

Marshall, P., Hamilton, W.D., Allen, T., Bronk Ramsey, C., Cook, G.T., Schwenninger, J.-L. and Hayden, C. (2008) Radiocarbon dates and Bayesian modelling. In: Allen, T.G., Hayden, C. and Lamdin-Whymark, H. (eds.) From Bronze Age Enclosure to Anglo-Saxon Settlement: Archaeological Excavations at Taplow Hillfort, Buckinghamshire, 1999-2005. Series: Thames Valley landscape monograph (30). Oxford Archaeology: Oxford, UK, pp. 167-178. ISBN 9781905905096

Edited Books

Hamilton, W.D., Marshall, P.D., Bronk Ramsey, C., Cook, G. and van der Plicht, J. (2009) Radiocarbon dating. Boydell and Brewer Ltd: Woodbridge, England.

Conference Proceedings

Hall, D.W., Cook, G. and Hamilton, W.D. (2010) New dating evidence for North Sea trade between England, Scotland and Norway in the 11th Century AD. In: 20th International Radiocarbon Conference, Hawaii, May 2009, pp. 331-336.

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