Dr Gillian Juleff

Publications

Books

with Srinivasan S, Ranganathan S, Pioneering Metallurgy: The origins of iron and steel making in the Indian subcontinent Telangana Field Survey Interim Report 2011, Bangalore, National Institute of Advanced Studies, 2011.

Early Iron and Steel in Sri Lanka: A Study of the Samanalawewa Area, Mainz, Verlag Philipp von Zabern, 1998.

Articles

with Jaikishan S, Srinivasan S, Ranganathan S, Gilmour B, Northern Telangana, an Iron and Crucible Steel Production Landscape in India, ISIJ INTERNATIONAL, vol. 54, no. 5, 2014, 1030-1037

with Carey CJ, Wickstead HJ, Anderson JC, Barber MJ, Geochemical survey and metalworking: Analysis of chemical residues derived from experimental non-ferrous metallurgical processes in a reconstructed roundhouse, Journal of Archaeological Science, vol. 49, no. 1, 2014, 383-397

with Ranganathan S, Srinivasan S, Crucible Steel from India: A Major Metallurgical Accomplishment in Antiquity, vol. 24, 2011, 1090-1093

Technology and Evolution: a root and branch view of Asian iron from protohistoric Sri Lanka to Japanese steel, World Archaeology, vol. 41, no. 4, 2009, 557-577

with Craddock PT, Malim TJP, In the footsteps of Ananda Coomaraswamy: Veralugasmanakada and the archaeology and oral history of traditional iron smelting in Sri Lanka, Historical Metallurgy, vol. 43, no. 2, 2009, 109-134

with Bray LS, Minerals, metals, colours and landscapes: Exmoor's Roman Lode in the Early Bronze Age, Cambridge Archaeological Journal, vol. 17, no. 3, 2007, 285-296

Crucible Steel in Sri Lanka in the first millennium AD and the early twentieth century, Indian Journal of History of Science, vol. 42, no. 3, 2007, 517-518

with Reed SJ, Bayer OJ, Three late Saxon iron smelting furnaces at Burlescombe, Devon, Proc. Devon Archaeological Society, vol. 64, 2006, 71-122

with Molinari D, Tabor G, Computational Simulation of Air Flows through a Sri Lankan Wind Driven Furnace., Journal of Archaeological Science, vol. 32, no. 5, 2005, 753-766

with Wayman M, Crucible steelmaking in Sri Lanka, Historical Metallurgy, vol. 33, no. 1, 1999, 26-42

An ancient wind-powered iron smelting technology in Sri Lanka, Nature, vol. 379, no. 6560, 1996, 60-63

The Samanalawewa archaeological survey, Ancient Ceylon, vol. 9, 1990, 75-107

Crucible steel in Sri Lanka: new evidence, Ancient Ceylon, vol. 12, 1990, 33-59

Chapters

Crucible Steel at Hattota Amune, Sri Lanka, in the first millennium AD: archaeology and contextualisation, in Srinivasan S, Ranganathan S, Giumlia-Mair A (eds) Metals and Civilizations Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on the Beginnings of the Use of Metals and Alloys (BUMA VII), Bangalore: National Institute of Advanced Studies, 2015, 78-86

with Jaikishan S, Srinivasan S, Ranganathan S, Gilmour B, Northern Telangana, an iron and crucible steel production landscape in India. Pioneering Metallurgy Field Survey 2010, in Izawa E, Yamasue E (eds) Proceedings of the 8th conference of the Beginnings of the Use of Metals and Alloys (BUMA VIII), Tokyo Japan: Iron and Steel Institute of Japan (ISIJ) and Japan Society for Promotion of Science (JSPS), 2014, 80-88

with Fyfe R, Bray LS, Woodbridge J, Marshall P, The environmental impact of Romano-British ironworking on Exmoor, in Humphries J, Rehren, Th. (eds) The World of Iron, Archetype, 2013, 462-472

Invention, Innovation and Inspiration: Optimisation and resolving technological change in the Sri Lanka archaeological record, in Humphris, J., Rehren, Th. (eds) The World of Iron, Archetype, 2013, 137-145

with Carey C, Geochemical survey and metalworking: a case study from Exmoor, southwest Britain, in Humphries J, Rehren T (eds) The World of Iron, Archetype, 2013, 383-392

Metal-working at Mantai, in Carswell J, Graham A, Deraniyagala SU (eds) Mantai - City by the Sea, Aichwald: Linden Soft Verlag, 2013, 277-310

Invention, innovation and inspiration: optimisation and resolving technologocal change in the Sri Lanka archaeological record, in Humphris J, Veldhuizen, Z, Rehren, Th. (eds) World of Iron, Archetype, 2012

Report on the slags and metal-working debris, in Higham R, authors PB (eds) Hen Domen, Montgomery: A timber Castle on the English-Welsh Border: A final report, University of Exeter Press, 2000

Reviews

The archaeology of mining and metallurgy in South West Britain, Historical Metallurgy, vol. 35, no. 1, 2001, 58-60

Conferences

with De Salis R, Dawson D, Tabor GR, Computational fluid dynamics as a tool for the study of pre-industrial iron smelting furnaces, World of Iron, London

Iron-making on Exmoor in the Roman period, Early Iron in Europe, Huttenburg, Austria

Replicating the wind-powered iron smelting technology of Samanalawewa, Sri Lanka, South Asian Archaeology 1995 13th International Conference of the Association of South Asian Archaeologists, Cambridge. South Asian Archaeology 1995, vol. 2, 1997, 901-910

with Malim T, Shotliff A, Excavating iron smelting furnaces at Samanalawewa, Sri Lanka: a methodological approach, South Asian Archaeology 1995 13th International Conference, Cambridge. South Asian Archaeology, vol. 2, 1997, 911-924

Exhibitions

with Institution of Engineers Sri Lanka, Sivaprakasapillai Sivasegaram P, Monsoon Steel: permanent display in new National Engineering Technological Heritage gallery, National Museum, Colombo. National Museum of Natural Heritage, Colombo, Sri Lanka

Monsoon Steel. Mixed; life-size model and explanatory posters. Martin Wickramasinghe Museum, Koggala, Sri Lanka