Reports and publications

The following publications of current and former staff members, arranged in publication date order, are published by the British Museum Press. Only those from the past 10 years are shown. If you would like more information about other publications please contact us or try the reading list.

Books and catalogues

Sloan, K (ed) -2003. (with chapters by Aileen Dawson, Jill Cook, Judy Rudoe and Silke Ackerman). Enlightenment. Discovering the world in the eighteenth century.

Hobbs, R 2003. Treasure: Finding our Past.

Ackermann S and Buck P. 1999. Time.

Syson, L. & Thornton, D. 2001. Objects of virtue. Art in Renaissance Italy.

Dawson, A. 2000. French porcelain. A catalogue of the British Museum collection. 2nd. edition.

Dawson, A. 2000. Portrait sculpture. A catalogue of the British Museum's collections, c. 1675-1975.

Jackson R P J (ed.) 2000. Gladiators and Caesars: the power of spectacle in ancient Rome.

Stead I M and Rigby V.1999. The Morel Collection: Iron Age antiquities from Champagne in the British Museum.

James S and Rigby V. 1997. Britain and the Celtic Iron Age.

Johns C M. 1997. The Snettisham Roman Jeweller's Hoard.

Johns C M.1997. Erotica. BM Pocket Treasury.

Potter T W. 1997. Roman Britain. 2nd edition.

Stead I M and Hughes K. 1997. Early Celtic Designs.

Stratford, N. 1997. The Lewis Chessman and the enigma of the hoard.

Hobbs, R 1996. British Iron Age coins in the British Museum.

Stead I M. 1996. Celtic Art. 2nd edition.Rudoe, J. 1994. Decorative arts. A catalogue of the British Museum collection.

Occasional papers & excavation reports

Gaimster, D. & Brisbane, M. (eds) 2002. Novgorod. The archaeology of a medieval Russian city and its hinterland.

Needham S P et al. 2000. The Passage of the Thames: Holocene Environment and Settlement at Runnymede. Runnymede Bridge Research Excavations, Volume 1.

Wayman, M L (ed) 2000. The Ferrous Metallurgy of early Clocks and Watches, Studies in Post Medieval Steel. OP 136.

Ashton N, Lewis S and Parfitt S (eds) 1999. Excavations at the Lower Palaeolithic Site at East Farm, Barnham, Suffolk 1989-94. OP 125.

Gaimster, D. (ed) 1999. Maiolica in the North. The archaeology of tin-glazed Earthenware in North-West Europe, c. 1500-1600.

Ackermann, S (ed) 1998. Humphrey Cole: Mint Measurement and Maps in Elizabethan England. OP 126

Kinnes I A, Cameron F, Trow S and Thomson D.1998. Excavations at Cliffe, Kent. OP 69.

Rohl B and Needham S. 1998. The Circulation of Metal in the British Bronze Age: the application of lead isotope analysis. OP 102.

Conway B, McNabb J and Ashton N (eds) 1996. Excavations at Barnfield Pit, Swanscombe, 1968-72. OP 94.

Jackson R P J and Potter T W. 1996. Excavations at Stonea, Cambridgeshire, 1980-85.

Longworth I and Varndell G. 1996. Excavations at Grimes Graves Norfolk 1972-1976: Fascicule 5, Mining in the Deeper Mines.

Needham S P and Spence A J (eds) 1996. Refuse and Disposal at Area 16 East, Runnymede. Runnymede Bridge Research Excavations, volume 2.

Other staff publications

Woodward, A & Hill, J D, eds. 2002. Prehistoric Britain: The Ceramic Basis. Oxford, Oxbow Monographs.

Hill. J D & Cumberpatch, C G (eds.) 1995. Different Iron Ages: Studies on the Iron Age in Temperate Europe. Oxford, British Archaeological Reports (International Series 602).

Hill, J D. 1995. Ritual and Rubbish in the Iron Age of Wessex: A study on the formation of a specific archaeological record. Oxford, British Archaeological Reports (British Series 242).