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Dr Catriona McKenzie

Publications

Books

with MacDonagh M, Donnelly CJ, Macdonald P, Carver N, McKenzie CJ, McCarthy R, Tierney S, Bird J, McGowan T, Bashir T et al, The Science of a Lost Medieval Gaelic Graveyard: The Ballyhanna Research Project, Dublin, Transport Infrastructure Ireland, 2015.

Articles

with Damgaard PDB, Martiniano R, Kamm J, Moreno-Mayar JV, Kristiansen K, Sikora M, Outram AK, Durbin R, Willerslev E, The first horse herders and the impact of early Bronze Age steppe expansions into Asia, Science, 2018

with Murphy E, Multiple osteochondromas in the archaeological record: a global review, Journal of Archaeological Science, vol. 37, 2010, 2255-2264

with Gill J, Lightfoot E, 'Handle with Care': Literature, Archaeology, Slavery, Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, Taylor & Francis

Chapters

Life in medieval Ballyhanna - insights from the osteological and palaeopathological analysis of the adult skeletons, in Mckenzie CJ, Murphy EM, Donnelly CJ (eds) The Science of a Lost Medieval Gaelic Graveyard: The Ballyhanna Research Project, Dublin: Transport Infrastructure Ireland, 2015, 85-102

with Murphy EM, Donnelly CJ, Conclusions - ordinary lives: the medieval Gaelic people of Ballyhanna, in Mckenzie CJ, Murphy EM, Donnelly CJ (eds) The Science of a Lost Medieval Gaelic Graveyard: The Ballyhanna Research Project, Dublin: Transport Infrastructure Ireland, 2015, 161-167

with Murphy E, Macdonald P, Donnelly C, MacDonagh M, The 'lost' Medieval Gaelic church and graveyard at Ballyhanna, Co. Donegal: an overview of the excavated evidence, in Corlett C, Potterton M (eds) The church in early medieval Ireland in the light of recent archaeological excavations, Dublin: Wordwell Ltd, 2014, 125-142

with Murphy E, Health in medieval Ireland: The evidence from Ballyhanna, Co. Donegal, in Conran S, Danaher E, Stanley M (eds) Past Times, Changing Fortunes, Dublin: Wordwell Ltd., 2011, 131-143

Conferences

with Hill EC, Moes E, Trask WR, Kate E, McKenzie C, Edgar HJH, Kennett DJ, Prufer KM, Current research on Late Pleistocene and Early Holocene human remains from the Bladen Nature Reserve in southern Belize. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY, vol. 165, 2018, 120-120