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Waddington, Kate, Bayliss, Alex, Higham, Thomas, Madgwick, Richard and Sharples, Niall 2019. Histories of deposition: creating chronology for the Late Bronze Age-Early Iron Age transition in Southern Britain. Archaeological Journal 176 (1) , pp. 84-133.
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Madgwick, Richard, Lewis, Jamie, Grimes, Vaughan and Guest, Peter 2019. On the hoof: exploring the supply of animals to the Roman legionary fortress at Caerleon using strontium (87Sr/86Sr) isotope analysis. Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 11 (1) , pp. 223-235. 10.1007/s12520-017-0539-9

Whitley, James Anthony Monins and Madgwick, Richard 2018. Consuming the wild: more thoughts on the andreion. In: van den Ejinde, Floris, Biok, Josine and Strootman, Rolf eds. Feasting and Polis Institutions, Brill, pp. 125-148.

Evans, Jane, Pashley, Vanessa, Madgwick, Richard, Neil, Samantha and Chenery, Carolyn 2018. Tracking natural and anthropogenic Pb exposure to its geological source. Scientific Reports 8 , 1969. 10.1038/s41598-018-20397-y

Livarda, Alexandra, Madgwick, Richard and Riera, Santi 2018. The bioarchaeology of ritual and religion. Oxford: Oxbow.

Livarda, Alexandra and Madgwick, Richard 2018. Ritual and religion: bioarchaeological perspectives. In: Livarda, Alexandra, Madgwick, Richard and Riera, Santi eds. The Biaorchaeology of Ritual and Religion, Oxford: Oxbow,

Jones, Iestyn, Williams, Daryl, Williams, Sam, Carruthers, Wendy, Madgwick, Richard and Young, Timothy 2018. Early medieval enclosure at Glanfred, near Llandre, Ceredigion. Archaeologia Cambrensis 167 , pp. 221-243.

Drnic, Ivan, Trimmis, Konstantinos, Hale, Alexandra, Madgwick, Richard, Reed, Kelly, Barbir, Antonela and Maderic, Marin 2018. Assemblages from marginal apaces: The results of the excavations in Mala (Nova) Pećina near Muć and the Neolithic of Dalmatinska Zagora. Prilozi Instituta Za Arheologiju U Zagrebu 35 , pp. 29-70.

Twiss, K.C., Wolfhagen, J., Madgwick, Richard, Foster, H., Demirergi, G.A., Russell, N., Everhart, J.L., Pearson, J. and Mulville, Jacqueline 2017. Horses, hemiones, hydruntines? assessing the reliability of dental criteria for assigning species to Southwest Asian equid remains. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 27 (2) , pp. 298-304. 10.1002/oa.2524
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Bayliss, Alexandra, Cartwright, Caroline, Cook, Gordon, Griffiths, Seren, Madgwick, Richard, Marshall, Peter and Reimer, Paula 2017. Rings of fire and Grooved Ware settlement at West Kennet, Wiltshire. In: Bickle, Penelope, Cummings, Vicki, Hofmann, Daniela and Pollard, Joshua eds. The Neolithic of Europe, Oxbow, pp. 249-278.

Madgwick, Richard, Grimes, Vaughan, Lamb, Angela and McCormick, Finbar 2017. Isotope analysis reveals that feasts at Navan Fort, Ulster, drew people and animals from across Ireland. PAST 87 , pp. 15-16.

Valenzuela, Alejandro, Baker, Karis, Carden, Ruth, Evans, Jane, Higham, Thomas, Hoelzel, Rus, Lamb, Angela, Madgwick, Richard, Miller, Holly, Alcover, Josep, Cau, Miguel and Sykes, Naomi 2016. Both introduced and extinct: The fallow deer of Roman Mallorca. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 9 , pp. 168-177. 10.1016/j.jasrep.2016.06.038

Madgwick, Richard, Redknap, Mark and Davies, Brian 2016. Illuminating Lesser Garth Cave, Cardiff: the human remains and post-Roman archaeology in context. Archaeologia Cambrensis 165 , pp. 201-229.

Sykes, N., Ayton, G., Bowen, F., Baker, P., Carden, R., Dicken, C., Evans, J., Hoelzel, R., Higham, T., Jones, R., Lamb, A., Liddiard, R., Madgwick, Richard, Miller, H., Rainsford, C., Sawyer, P., Thomas, R., Ward, C. and Worley, F. 2016. Wild to domestic and back again: the dynamics of fallow deer management in medieval England (c. 11th-16th century AD). Science & Technology of Archaeological Research 10.1080/20548923.2016.1208027

Madgwick, Richard 2016. New light on feasting and deposition: exploring accumulation history through taphonomic analysis at later prehistoric middens in Britain. Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 8 (2) , pp. 329-341. 10.1007/s12520-015-0271-2

Booth, Thomas and Madgwick, Richard 2016. New evidence for diverse secondary burial practices in Iron Age Britain: A histological case study. Journal of Archaeological Science 67 , pp. 14-24. 10.1016/j.jas.2016.01.010

Gwilt, Adam, Lodwick, Mark, Deacon, Jody, Wells, Nicholas, Madgwick, Richard and Young, Timothy 2016. Ephemeral Abundance at Llanmaes: Exploring the residues and resonances of an Earliest Iron Age midden and its associated archaeological context in the Vale of Glamorgan. In: Koch, John and Cunliffe, Barry eds. Celtic from the West 3, Oxford: Oxbow, pp. 277-303.

Miller, H., Carden, R., Lamb, A., Madgwick, Richard, Osborne, D., Symmons, R. and Sykes, N. 2016. Dead or alive? Investigating long-distance transport of live fallow deer and their body-parts in Antiquity. Environmental Archaeology 21 (3) , pp. 246-259. 10.1179/1749631414Y.0000000043

Madgwick, Richard and Mulville, Jacqueline 2015. Reconstructing depositional histories through bone taphonomy: extending the potential of faunal data. Journal of Archaeological Science 53 , pp. 255-263. 10.1016/j.jas.2014.10.015

Smith, G., Chapman, S., Chapman, D., Denne, P., Jenkins, D., Lynch, F., Llewelyn Williams, J., Madgwick, Richard, McKenna, R. and Williams, R. A. 2015. Rescue excavation at the Bronze Age copper smelting site at Pentrwyn, Great Orme, Llandudno, Conwy. Archaeology in Wales 54 , pp. 53-71.

Baker, Karis, Carden, Ruth and Madgwick, Richard, eds. 2015. Deer and people. Windgather Press.

Smith, G., Walker, E., Best, Julia, Jenkins, D., Lynch, F., Madgwick, Richard, McKenna, R. and Rowson, B. 2015. Snail Cave rock shelter, North Wales: a new prehistoric site. Archaeologia Cambrensis 163 , pp. 99-131.
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Madgwick, Richard and Mulville, Jacqueline 2015. Feasting on fore-limbs: conspicuous consumption and identity in later prehistoric Britain. Antiquity 89 (345) , pp. 629-644. 10.15184/aqy.2015.24

Madgwick, Richard and Hodkinson, Poppy 2015. The animal bones. In: Davis, Oliver and Sharples, Niall eds. Excavations at Caerau Hillfort, Cardiff, South Wales, 2014: An Interim Report, Cardiff Studies in Archaeology, vol. 35. Cardiff: Cardiff University School of History, Archaeology and Religion, pp. 66-72.

Smith, George, Caseldine, Astrid, Griffiths, Catherine, Hopewell, David, Jenkins, David, Lynch, Frances, Madgwick, Richard and Peck, Inga 2014. A late Bronze Age/early Iron Age hilltop enclosure with evidence of Early and Middle Neolithic and Early Medieval Settlement at Carrog, Llanbadrig, Anglesey. Studia Celtica 48 (1) , pp. 55-92.

Davis, Oliver, Young, Timothy, Pannett, Amelia and Madgwick, Richard 2014. Excavations of a second iron age enclosure on Winnall Down, Winchester, Hampshire, 2006. Hampshire Studies 69 , pp. 23-48.

Madgwick, Richard 2014. What makes bones shiny? Investigating trampling as a cause of bone abrasion. Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 6 (2) , pp. 163-173. 10.1007/s12520-013-0165-0

Madgwick, Richard 2014. Taphonomy and depositional history at Potterne, Wiltshire. In: Baker, Polydora and Worley, Fay eds. Animal Bones and Archaeology: Guidelines for Best Practice, English Heritage, pp. 45-46.

Madgwick, Richard, Forest, V. and Beglane, F. 2013. Syndactyly in pigs: A review of previous research and the presentation of eight archaeological specimens. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 23 (4) , pp. 395-409. 10.1002/oa.1260

Madgwick, Richard, Sykes, Naomi, Miller, Holly, Symmons, Rob, Morris, James and Lamb, Angela 2013. Fallow deer (Dama dama dama) management in Roman South-East Britain (In Press). Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 5 (1) , pp. 111-122. 10.1007/s12520-013-0120-0

Madgwick, Richard, Mulville, Jacqueline and Stevens, Rhiannon E. 2012. Diversity in foddering strategy and herd management in late Bronze Age Britain: an isotopic investigation of pigs and other fauna from two midden sites. Environmental Archaeology 17 (2) , pp. 126-140. 10.1179/1461410312Z.00000000011

Madgwick, Richard and Mulville, Jacqueline 2012. Investigating variation in the prevalence of weathering in faunal assemblages in the UK: a multivariate statistical approach. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 22 (5) , pp. 509-522. 10.1002/oa.1274

Marín-Arroyo, A. B., Madgwick, Richard, Brugal, J-P. and Moreno-García, M. 2012. New perspectives on taphonomy. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 22 (5) , pp. 505-508. 10.1002/oa.1270

Mulville, Jacqueline and Madgwick, Richard 2012. The animal bones from Frobost. In: Parker Pearson, Mike ed. From Machair to Mountains: Archaeological Survey and Excavation in South Uist, Sheffield Environmental and Archeaological Research Campaign in the Hebrides, Oxford: Oxbow Books, p. 276.

Madgwick, Richard, Mulville, Jacqueline and Evans, Jane 2012. Investigating diagenesis and the suitability of porcine enamel for strontium (Sr-87/Sr-86) isotope analysis. Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry 27 (5) , pp. 733-742. 10.1039/C2JA10356G

Mulville, Jacqueline, Madgwick, Richard, Powell, Adrienne and Parker Pearson, Mike 2012. Flesh on the bones: animal bodies in Atlantic roundhouses. In: Pluskowski, Alex ed. The Ritual Killing and Burial of Animals: European Perspectives, Oxford: Oxbow Books, pp. 205-219.

Madgwick, Richard, Stevens, Rhiannon and O'Connell, Tamsin 2012. Isotopic analysis of the fauna. In: Sharples, Niall MacPherson ed. An Iron Age Farmstead in the Outer Hebrides: Excavations at Mound 1. Bornais, South Uist., Cardiff Studies in Archaeology, Oxford: Oxbow Books, pp. 243-246.

Madgwick, Richard 2012. The natural history of a neglected species. Deer: The Journal of the British Deer Society , pp. 26-27.

Mulville, Jacqueline and Madgwick, Richard 2012. The animal bones from Sligeanach. In: Parker Pearson, M. ed. From Machair to Mountains: Archaeological Survey and Excavation in South Uist, Oxford: Oxbow Books, pp. 238-241.

Mulville, Jacqueline and Madgwick, Richard 2012. The animal bones from Aisgernis. In: Parker Pearson, M. ed. From Machair to Mountains: Archaeological Survey and Excavation in South Uist, Oxford: Oxbow, pp. 282-283.

Madgwick, Richard, Mulville, Jacqueline and Stevens, Rhiannon 2011. Raising pigs (and other animals) in Late Bronze Age/Early Iron Age Britain. PAST 69 , pp. 13-15.

Madgwick, Richard 2011. The faunal assemblage. In: Waddington, Keir and Sharples, Niall eds. The Excavations at Whitchurch2006-2009: An Interim Report, Cardiff Studies in Archaeology, vol. 31. Cardiff: School of History, Archaeology and Religion, pp. 53-55.

Madgwick, Richard 2010. Bone modification and the conceptual relationship between humans and animals in Iron Age Wessex. In: Morris, James and Maltby, Mark eds. Integrating Social and Environmental Archaeologies: Reconsidering Deposition, BAR international series, vol. 2177. Oxford: Archaeopress, pp. 66-82.

Mulville, Jacqueline, Madgwick, Richard, Stevens, Rhiannon, O'Connell, Tamsin, Powell, Adrienne, Sharples, Niall MacPherson and Parker Pearson, Mike 2009. Isotopic analysis of faunal material from South Uist, Western Isles, Scotland. Journal of the North Atlantic , pp. 51-59. 10.3721/037.002.0106

Baker, Sera, Gray, Annie, Lakin, Kay, Madgwick, Richard, Poole, Kris and Sandias, Michaela 2009. Food and drink in Archaeology 2. Totnes: Prospect.

Redknap, Mark, Madgwick, Richard, Davies, Brian, Gwilt, Adam and Cox, Monica 2008. The Lesser Garth Cave human remains: An interim statement. Archaeology in Wales 48 , pp. 75-77.

Madgwick, Richard 2008. Patterns in the modification of animal and human bones in Iron Age Wessex: revisiting the excarnation debate. Presented at: 8th Annual Iron Age Research Student Seminar, Cardiff, UK, 18-19 May 2006. Published in: Davis, Oliver, Sharples, Niall MacPherson and Waddington, Katherine Emma eds. Changing Perspectives on the First Millennium BC: Proceedings of the Iron Age Research Student Seminar 2006. Cardiff Studies in Archaeology Oxford: Oxbow Books, pp. 99-118.

Madgwick, Richard 2008. IFA workplace training. The Archaeologist 69 , pp. 46-47.

Madgwick, Richard 2008. Benefits of bursaries: Zooarchaeology at Cardiff. The Archaeologist 67 , p. 7.

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