Monica N. Ramsey
Monica N. Ramsey
Leverhulme Early Career Fellow, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, Cambridge
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Archaeobotanical evidence reveals the origins of bread 14,400 years ago in northeastern Jordan
A Arranz-Otaegui, LG Carretero, MN Ramsey, DQ Fuller, T Richter
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (31), 7925-7930, 2018
Wedded to wetlands: Exploring Late Pleistocene plant-use in the Eastern Levant
MN Ramsey, AM Rosen
Quaternary International 396, 5-19, 2016
Risk, reliability and resilience: phytolith evidence for alternative ‘Neolithization’pathways at Kharaneh IV in the Azraq basin, Jordan
MN Ramsey, LA Maher, DA Macdonald, A Rosen
PLoS One 11 (10), e0164081, 2016
A view from the past to the future: Concluding remarks on the ‘The Anthropocene in the Longue Durée’
C Crumley, S Laparidou, M Ramsey, AM Rosen
The Holocene 25 (10), 1721-1723, 2015
Sheltered by reeds and settled on sedges: Construction and use of a twenty thousand-year-old hut according to phytolith analysis from Kharaneh IV, Jordan
MN Ramsey, LA Maher, DA Macdonald, D Nadel, AM Rosen
Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 50, 85-97, 2018
Modifying the marsh: Evaluating Early Epipaleolithic hunter-gatherer impacts in the Azraq wetland, Jordan
MN Ramsey, M Jones, T Richter, AM Rosen
The Holocene 25 (10), 1553-1564, 2015
Centered on the wetlands: integrating new phytolith evidence of plant-use from the 23,000-year-old site of Ohalo II, Israel
MN Ramsey, AM Rosen, D Nadel
American Antiquity 82 (4), 702-722, 2017
Introduction to the special issue ‘The Anthropocene in the Longue Durée’
S Laparidou, MN Ramsey, AM Rosen
The Holocene 25 (10), 1537-1538, 2015
Sustainable Lifeways: Cultural Persistence in an Ever-Changing Environment
M Ramsey
Ethnobiology Letters 4, 76-77, 2013
A New Archaeobotanical Proxy for Plant Food Processing: Archaeological Starch Spherulites at the Submerged 23,000-Year-Old Site of Ohalo II
N Ramsey, Monica, D Nadel
Journal of Archaeological Science 134 (105465), 2021
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