Julia Giblin
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Strontium isotope analysis of Neolithic and Copper Age populations on the Great Hungarian Plain
JI Giblin
Journal of archaeological science 36 (2), 491-497, 2009
Strontium isotope analysis and human mobility during the Neolithic and Copper Age: a case study from the Great Hungarian Plain
JI Giblin, KJ Knudson, Z Bereczki, G Pálfi, I Pap
Journal of Archaeological Science 40 (1), 227-239, 2013
Prehistoric animal use on the Great Hungarian Plain: A synthesis of isotope and residue analyses from the Neolithic and Copper Age
HA Hoekman-Sites, JI Giblin
Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 31 (4), 515-527, 2012
Social risk-management strategies in pastoral systems: A qualitative comparative analysis
M Moritz, J Giblin, M Ciccone, A Davis, J Fuhrman, M Kimiaie, S Madzsar, ...
Cross-Cultural Research 45 (3), 286-317, 2011
Isotope analysis on the Great Hungarian Plain: an exploration of mobility and subsistence strategies from the Neolithic to the Copper Age
JI Giblin
The Ohio State University, 2011
The problem with tells: Lessons learned from absolute dating of Bronze Age mortuary ceramics in Hungary
PR Duffy, GM Parditka, JI Giblin, L Paja
antiquity 93 (367), 63-79, 2019
Diet, dispersal and social differentiation during the Copper Age in eastern Hungary
JI Giblin, RW Yerkes
Antiquity 90 (349), 81-94, 2016
Modelling mortuary populations at local and regional levels
PR Duffy, L Paja, GM Parditka, JI Giblin
Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 53, 240-261, 2019
Bioanthropological analysis of Békés 103 (Jégvermi-kert, Lipcsei-tanya), a Bronze Age cemetery from southeastern Hungary
L Paja, PR Duffy, GM Parditka, JI Giblin
Acta Biologica Szegediensis 60 (2), 183-192, 2016
Strontium isotope and trace element analysis of Copper Age human skeletal material from the Great Hungarian Plain
J Giblin
Unpublished undergraduate honor’s thesis. Department of Anthropology …, 2004
Discovering Mortuary Practices in the Körös River Basin, Hungary
PR Duffy, GM Parditka, JI Giblin, L Paja, RB Salisbury
Hungarian Archaeology E-Journal/Magyar Régészet Online Magazin, Autumn, 2014 …, 2014
Down to the crust: chemical and mineralogical analysis of ceramic surface encrustations on Bronze Age ceramics from Békés 103, Eastern Hungary
M Golitko, A McGrath, A Kreiter, IV Lightcap, PR Duffy, GM Parditka, ...
Minerals 11 (4), 436, 2021
Interdisciplinary analyses of Bronze Age communities from Western Hungary reveal complex population histories
D Gerber, B Szeifert, O Székely, B Egyed, B Gyuris, JI Giblin, A Horváth, ...
Molecular Biology and Evolution 40 (9), msad182, 2023
The role of herding strategies in the exploitation of natural resources by early mining communities in the Caucasus
R Berthon, J Giblin, M Balasse, D Fiorillo, É Bellefroid
On Salt, Copper, and Gold: The Origins of Early Mining and Metallurgy in the …, 2021
Herd mobility and secondary product exploitation in eastern Hungary during the Neolithic and Copper Age: strontium isotope analysis from zooarchaeological samples
JI Giblin
Animal Secondary Products. Oxbow, Oxford, 253-272, 2014
Teaching general education
HJ Haldane, JM Ullinger, JI Giblin
Applying anthropology to general education, 16-26, 2022
Methods and Opportunities in the Research of Bronze Age Communities: The Outcomes of the Bioarchaeological Research Programme of the Momentum Mobility Research Group (2015-2020)
V Kiss, A Czene, M Csányi, J Dani, S Fábián, K Fischl, D Gerber, JI Giblin, ...
HUNGARIAN ARCHAEOLOGY 10 (3), 30-42, 2021
Heads over Tails? An Exploration of Anatomical Arrangement within Cremation Urns from Bronze Age Hungary.
KA Williamson
Bioarchaeology International 4 (3-4), 153, 2020
Middle Bronze Age cemeteries in Gelej
V Kiss, G Kulcsár, JI Giblin, T Hajdu, A Horváth, I Kővári, I Major, M Molnár, ...
Habelt, 2023
Prehistoric socio-territoriality in Malawi: multi-isotopic perspectives on the behavioral ecology of Late Pleistocene foragers
A Bertacchi, SH Ambrose, JI Giblin, AM Zipkin, JC Thompson, P Kaliba
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