Rebecca Phillipps
Rebecca Phillipps
Lecturer in Anthropology, University of Auckland
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New archaeozoological data from the Fayum “Neolithic” with a critical assessment of the evidence for early stock keeping in Egypt
V Linseele, W Van Neer, S Thys, R Phillipps, R Cappers, W Wendrich, ...
PLoS One 9 (10), e108517, 2014
642014
Identifying low-level food producers: detecting mobility from lithics
S Holdaway, W Wendrich, R Phillipps
Antiquity 84 (323), 185-194, 2010
602010
Mid-Holocene occupation of Egypt and global climatic change
R Phillipps, S Holdaway, W Wendrich, R Cappers
Quaternary International 251, 64-76, 2012
502012
Estimating core number in assemblages: core movement and mobility during the Holocene of the Fayum, Egypt
RS Phillipps, SJ Holdaway
Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 23 (2), 520-540, 2016
332016
Documenting socio-economic variability in the Egyptian Neolithic through stone artefact analysis
RS Phillipps
University of Auckland, 2012
242012
The Fayum revisited: Reconsidering the role of the Neolithic package, Fayum north shore, Egypt
S Holdaway, R Phillipps, J Emmitt, W Wendrich
Quaternary International 410, 173-180, 2016
212016
Lake level changes, lake edge basins and the paleoenvironment of the Fayum north shore, Egypt, during the early to mid-Holocene
R Phillipps, S Holdaway, R Ramsay, J Emmitt, W Wendrich, V Linseele
Open Quaternary 2, 2016
212016
Heat-retainer hearth identification as a component of archaeological survey in western NSW, Australia
PC Fanning, SJ Holdaway, RS Phillipps
Canberra: ANU E Press, 2009
182009
Early tropical crop production in marginal subtropical and temperate Polynesia
M Prebble, AJ Anderson, P Augustinus, J Emmitt, SJ Fallon, LL Furey, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (18), 8824-8833, 2019
152019
Occupation duration and mobility in New Zealand prehistory: Insights from geochemical and technological analyses of an early Māori stone artefact assemblage
RS Phillipps, AJ McAlister, MS Allen
Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 42, 105-121, 2016
152016
Sourcing without sources: measuring ceramic variability with pXRF
JJ Emmitt, AJ McAlister, RS Phillipps, SJ Holdaway
Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 17, 422-432, 2018
142018
Māori settlement of New Zealand: The Anthropocene as a process
SJ Holdaway, J Emmitt, L Furey, A Jorgensen, G O'REGAN, R Phillipps, ...
Archaeology in Oceania 54 (1), 17-34, 2019
122019
Flake selection, assemblage variability and technological organization
S Holdaway, MJ Douglass, R Phillipps
Works in stone contemporary perspectives on lithic analysis, 2014
122014
Investigations on Ahuahu Great Mercury Island 2012
L Furey, R Phillipps, A Jorgensen, S Holdaway, T Ladefoged
Archaeology in New Zealand 56 (3), 156-163, 2013
92013
Reimag (in) ing the past: adding the third dimension to archaeological section drawings
J Emmitt, B Sefton, R Phillipps, W Wendrich, S Holdaway
Advances in Archaeological Practice 5 (1), 44-53, 2017
82017
Brief interim report for excavations on Ahuahu Great Mercury Island, June 2014 to February 2017
L Furey, J Emmitt, R Phillipps, T Ladefoged, A Jorgensen, S Holdaway
Archaeology in New Zealand 60 (3), 45-63, 2017
82017
Variability in the Neolithic settlement patterns of the Egyptian Nile Valley
R Phillipps, S Holdaway, J Emmitt, W Wendrich
African Archaeological Review 33 (3), 277-295, 2016
82016
The Delta Survey: Minufiyeh Province, 2008–9*
J Rowland, K Edinborough, R Phillipps, A El-Senussi
The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 95 (1), 35-49, 2009
82009
Interim report on archaeological investigations Ahuahu Great Mercury Island, November 2012–February 2014
R Phillipps, A Jorgensen, L Furey, S Holdaway, T Ladefoged, R Wallace
Archaeology in New Zealand 57 (4), 215-228, 2014
72014
A minimalist approach to archaeological data management design
SJ Holdaway, J Emmitt, R Phillipps, S Masoud-Ansari
Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 26 (2), 873-893, 2019
62019
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