James H. Barrett
James H. Barrett
Professor of Medieval and Environmental Archaeology, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
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Interpreting the expansion of sea fishing in medieval Europe using stable isotope analysis of archaeological cod bones
JH Barrett, D Orton, C Johnstone, J Harland, W Van Neer, A Ervynck, ...
Journal of Archaeological Science 38 (7), 1516-1524, 2011
The origins of intensive marine fishing in medieval Europe: the English evidence
JH Barrett, AM Locker, CM Roberts
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences 271 (1556 …, 2004
Tracking five millennia of horse management with extensive ancient genome time series
A Fages, K Hanghøj, N Khan, C Gaunitz, A Seguin-Orlando, M Leonardi, ...
Cell 177 (6), 1419-1435. e31, 2019
‘Dark Age Economics’ revisited: the English fish bone evidence AD 600-1600
JH Barrett, AM Locker, CM Roberts
Antiquity 78 (301), 618-636, 2004
Detecting the medieval cod trade: a new method and first results
J Barrett, C Johnstone, J Harland, W Van Neer, A Ervynck, D Makowiecki, ...
Journal of Archaeological Science 35 (4), 850-861, 2008
Identity, gender, religion and economy: new isotope and radiocarbon evidence for marine resource intensification in early historic Orkney, Scotland, UK
JH Barrett, MP Richards
European Journal of Archaeology 7 (3), 249-271, 2004
What caused the Viking age?
JH Barrett
Antiquity 82 (317), 671-685, 2008
Fish trade in Norse Orkney and Caithness: a zooarchaeological approach
JH Barrett
Antiquity 71 (273), 616-638, 1997
Archaeo-ichthyological evidence for long-term socioeconomic trends in northern Scotland: 3500 BC to AD 1500
JH Barrett, RA Nicholson, R Cerón-Carrasco
Journal of Archaeological Science 26 (4), 353-388, 1999
Diet and ethnicity during the Viking colonization of northern Scotland: evidence from fish bones and stable carbon isotopes
JH Barrett, RP Beukens, RA Nicholson
Antiquity 75 (287), 145-154, 2001
Combining bleach and mild predigestion improves ancient DNA recovery from bones
S Boessenkool, K Hanghøj, HM Nistelberger, C Der Sarkissian, ...
Molecular ecology resources 17 (4), 742-751, 2017
Ancient DNA reveals the Arctic origin of Viking Age cod from Haithabu, Germany
B Star, S Boessenkool, AT Gondek, EA Nikulina, AK Hufthammer, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (34), 9152-9157, 2017
What was the Viking Age and when did it happen? A view from Orkney
J Barrett, R Beukens, I Simpson, P Ashmore, S Poaps, J Huntley
Norwegian Archaeological Review 33 (1), 1, 2000
Comments on Orri Vésteinsson and Thomas H. McGovern:‘The Peopling of Iceland’. Counting Invisible Icelanders
JH Barrett
Norwegian Archaeological Review 45 (2), 218-220, 2012
Marine resource intensification in Viking Age Europe: the molluscan evidence from Quoygrew, Orkney
N Milner, J Barrett, J Welsh
Journal of Archaeological Science 34 (9), 1461-1472, 2007
Stable isotope evidence for Late Medieval (14th–15th C) origins of the eastern Baltic cod (Gadus morhua) fishery
DC Orton, D Makowiecki, T de Roo, C Johnstone, J Harland, L Jonsson, ...
PLoS One 6 (11), e27568, 2011
Fish for the city: meta-analysis of archaeological cod remains and the growth of London's northern trade
DC Orton, J Morris, A Locker, JH Barrett
Antiquity 88 (340), 516-530, 2014
Farmers, monks and aristocrats: the environmental archaeology of Anglo-Saxon Flixborough
KM Dobney, D Jaques, J Barrett, C Johnstone
Oxbow Books, 2007
Radiocarbon dating and marine reservoir correction of Viking Age Christian burials from Orkney
JH Barrett, RP Beukens, DR Brothwell
Antiquity 74 (285), 537-543, 2000
Finding Vikings with Isotope Analysis: The View from Wet and Windy Islands
J Montgomery, V Grimes, J Buckberry, JA Evans, MP Richards, JH Barrett
Journal of the North Atlantic 7, 54-70, 2014
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