Mayor's analysis of the vase painting appears in the February OXFORD JOURNAL OF ARCHAEOLOGY.
What does OJOA stand for?
OJOA stands for Oxford Journal of Archaeology (UK)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The development of Neolithic and Copper Age settlement in the Great Hungarian Plain, Part I: The regional setting, Oxford Journal of Archaeology 1(1): 287-316.
Books of life: biography and memory in a Bronze Age Barrow, Oxford Journal of Archaeology 17(1): 43-53.
Clearance and clearings: deforestation in Neolithic Britain, Oxford Journal of Archaeology 16: 133-46, CASELDINE, C.
Part 1: the regional setting, Oxford Journal of Archaeology 1: 287-316.
On the urns of a dilemma: radiocarbon anti the Peterborough problem, Oxford Journal of Archaeology 16: 65-72.
On the urns of a dilemma: radiocarbon and the Peterborough problem, Oxford Journal of Archaeology 16: 65-72.
Neolithic soils, middens and alluvium in the lower Welland valley, Oxford Journal of Archaeology 9: 305-11.