Ashley N. Coutu
Ashley N. Coutu
Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford
Verified email at york.ac.uk
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Urban networks and Arctic outlands: craft specialists and reindeer antler in Viking towns
SP Ashby, AN Coutu, SM Sindbęk
European Journal of Archaeology 18 (4), 679-704, 2015
522015
Was it for walrus? Viking Age settlement and medieval walrus ivory trade in Iceland and Greenland
KM Frei, AN Coutu, K Smiarowski, R Harrison, CK Madsen, J Arneborg, ...
World Archaeology 47 (3), 439-466, 2015
522015
Earliest Evidence for the Ivory Trade in Southern Africa: Isotopic and ZooMS Analysis of Seventh–Tenth Century ad Ivory from KwaZulu-Natal
AN Coutu, G Whitelaw, P le Roux, J Sealy
African Archaeological Review 33 (4), 411-435, 2016
182016
Mapping the elephants of the 19th century East African ivory trade with a multi-isotope approach
AN Coutu, J Lee-Thorp, MJ Collins, PJ Lane
PloS one 11 (10), e0163606, 2016
162016
The elephant in the room: mapping the footsteps of historic elephants with big game hunting collections
AN Coutu
World Archaeology 47 (3), 486-503, 2015
132015
Collagen proteins exchange oxygen with demineralisation and gelatinisation reagents and also with atmospheric moisture
ICC von Holstein, M Von Tersch, AN Coutu, KEH Penkman, ...
Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 32 (6), 523-534, 2018
82018
Tracing the Links Between Elephants, Humans and Landscapes During the 19th Century East African Ivory Trade: A Bioarchaeological Study
AN Coutu
72011
Tracing the links between elephants, humans, and landscapes during the nineteenth-century East African ivory trade: A bioarchaeological study
AN Coutu
Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa 47 (2), 242-242, 2012
62012
Tracing the Links between Elephants, Humans, and Land Use in East Africa during the 19th Century Caravan Trade: A Bioarchaeological Study
AN Coutu
Department of Archaeology, University of York, York, UK, 2011
42011
Using DNA to determine the species and geographic origins of elephant ivory discovered in a 16thcentury Portuguese shipwreck
A De Flamingh, A Coutu, S Chirikure, J Sealy, R Malhi, A Roca
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 168 (S68), 2019
12019
Elephants, humans and ecology during the nineteenth century East African caravan trade: a bioarchaeological study
AN Coutu
Antiquity Project Gallery 85 (327), 2011
12011
Accurate sex identification of ancient elephant and other animal remains using low-coverage DNA shotgun sequencing data
A de Flamingh, A Coutu, AL Roca, RS Malhi
G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics 10 (4), 1427-1432, 2020
2020
From tusk to town
A Coutu, K Damgaard
Studies in Late Antiquity 3 (4), 2019
2019
From Tusk to Town: Ivory Trade and Craftsmanship along the Red Sea
A Coutu, K Damgaard
Studies in Late Antiquity 3 (4), 508-546, 2019
2019
Investigating ivory trade with ZooMS analysis
AN Coutu
Archaeological worked bone and ivory: A Guide to Best Practice in …, 2015
2015
Was it for walrus?
KM Frei, AN Coutu, K Smiarowski, R Harrison, KK Madsen, J Arneborg, ...
World Archaeology, 2015
2015
Tracing the links between elephants, humans and ecology during the nineteenth century East African ivory trade: a bioarchaeological study
AN Coutu
Proceedings of the joint conference of the Society of Africanist …, 2013
2013
Historic Molecules Connect the Past to Modern Conservation
AN Coutu
The Oxford Handbook of Historical Ecology and Applied Archaeology, 0
Examples of the working ivory waste (left) and bangle fragments (right) from Ndondonwane that were sampled in Round 1 of the project. All 50 fragments that were sampled in the …
AN Coutu
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