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Eileen Murphy ­ Full publication list ­ June 2011 (a) Monographs

Murphy, E. M. 2003. Iron Age Archaeology and Trauma from Aymyrlyg, South Siberia (BAR International Series 1152). Oxford: Archaeopress. Simpson, D. D. A., Murphy, E. M. and Gregory, R. 2006. The Prehistoric Settlement of Northton, Harris (BAR British Series 408). Oxford: Archaeopress.

(b) Edited Books

Davis-Kimball, J., Murphy, E., Koryakova, L. and Yablonsky, L. (eds.) 2000. Kurgans, Ritual Sites, and Settlements: The Eurasian Bronze and Iron Age, Papers from the European Association of Archaeologists 4th and 5th Annual Meetings (BAR International Series 890). Oxford: Archaeopress. Armit, I., Murphy, E., Nelis, E. and Simpson, D. (eds.) 2003. Neolithic Settlement in Ireland and Western Britain. Oxford: Oxbow Books. Murphy, E. M. and Roulston, W. (eds.) 2004. Fermanagh: History and Society. Dublin: Geography Publications. Murphy, E. M. and Whitehouse, N. W. (eds.) 2007. Environmental Archaeology in Ireland. Oxford: Oxbow Books. Murphy, E. M. (ed.) 2008. Deviant Burial in the Archaeological Record. Oxford: Oxbow Books.

(c) Edited Journals

Whitehouse, N. J., Murphy, E. M. and Plunkett, G. (eds.) 2004. Worlds Apart: Human settlement and biota of islands, Environmental Archaeology 9 (2). Murphy, E. M. 2008. Childhood in the Past 1. Murphy, E. M. 2009. Childhood in the Past 2. Murphy, E. M. 2010. Childhood in the Past 3.

(d) Professional Technical Paper

Buckley, L., Murphy, E. and Ó Donnabháin, B. 1999. Irish Association for Professional Archaeologists Technical Paper No. 1: The Treatment of Human Remains. Dublin: IAPA.

(e) International Journal papers

Murphy, E. M. 1996. A possible case of hydrocephalus in a Medieval juvenile from Doonbought Fort, Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 6, 435-42. Murphy, E. M. 1996. Possible gender labour divisions at the Mesolithic Site of Mount Sandel, Co. Derry, Northern Ireland. Kvinner I Arkeologi I Norge (Women in Archaeology in Norway) 21, 103-24. Murphy, E. M., Donnelly, U. M. and Rose, G. E. 1998. Possible neurofibromatosis in an individual of the Scythian period from Tuva, South Siberia. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 8, 424-30. Roberts, C., Boylston, A., Buckley, L., Chamberlain, A. and Murphy, E. 1998. Rib lesions, tuberculosis and more support for the theory. Tubercle and Lung Disease 79, 55-60. Murphy, E. M. and Mallory, J. P. 2000. Herodotus and the cannibals. Antiquity 74, 388-94.

Murphy, E. M. 2001. Medieval and Post-Medieval butchered dogs from Carrickfergus, Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland. Environmental Archaeology 6, 13-23. Murphy, E. M. 2001. An overview of the results obtained during the palaeopathological analysis of the Scythian period burials from the cemetery of Aymyrlyg, Tuva, South Siberia. Arheologicheskiye Vesti 8, 125-50. Murphy, E. M. and Davis-Kimball, J. 2001 (published in 2002). Weapon trauma on Bronze Age human skeletal remains from the Chowhougou cemeteries. Journal of Palaeopathology 13, 27-34. Murphy, E. M., Gokhman, I. I., Chistov, Y. K. and Barkova, L. L. 2002. A review of the evidence for Old World scalping: New cases from the cemetery of Aymyrlyg, South Siberia. American Journal of Archaeology 106, 1-10. Murphy, E. M. 2002. Human osteoarchaeology in Ireland: past, present and future. Antiquity 76, 512-17. Murphy, E. M. 2004. Secondary burial practices in Iron Age Tuva, South Siberia. Opus: Mezhdistsiplinarniy Issledovaniya v Archeologii 3, 122-32. Murphy, E. M., Gregory, R. and Simpson, D. 2004. Post-Beaker death and burial at Northton, Isle of Harris, Scotland. Environmental Archaeology 9, 163-71. Whitehouse, N. J., Murphy, E. M. and Plunkett, G. 2004. Human settlement and biota of islands. Environmental Archaeology 9, 113-5. Gregory, R. A., Murphy, E. M., Church, M. J., Edwards, K. J., Guttman, E. B. and Simpson, D. D. A. 2005. Archaeological evidence for the first Mesolithic occupation in the Western Isles of Scotland. The Holocene 15, 944-50. Anthony, D. W., Brown, D., Brown, E., Goodman, A., Kokhlov, A., Kosintsev, P., Kuznetsov, P., Mochalov, O., Murphy, E., Peterson, D., Pike-Tay, A., Popova, L. and Weisskopf, A. 2005. The Samara Valley Project: Late Bronze Age Economy and Ritual in the Russian Steppes. Eurasia Antiqua 11, 395417. Taylor, G. M., Murphy, E., Hopkins, R., Rutland, P. and Chistov, Y. 2007. First report of Mycobacterium bovis DNA in human remains from the Iron Age. Microbiology 153, 1243-9. McErlean, T., Earwood, C., Moore, D. and Murphy, E. 2007. The sequence of early Christian period horizontal tide mills at nendrum monastery: An interim statement. Historical Archaeology 41, 63-75. Ruffell, A., Donnelly C. J., Carver N. A., Murphy E. M., Murray E. V. and McCambridge, J. 2008. Suspect burial excavation procedure: a cautionary tale. Forensic Science International 183, e11-16. Murphy, E. M. 2008. Book review ­ Gowland, R. and Knüsel, C. 2006, Social Archaeology of Funerary Remains. Environmental Archaeology 13, 195-96. Svyatko, S. V., Mallory J. P., Murphy, E. M., Polyakov, A. V., Reimer P. J. and Schulting, R. J. 2009. New radiocarbon dates and a review of the chronology of prehistoric populations from the Minusinsk Basin, Southern Siberia, Russia. Radiocarbon 51, 243-52. Murphy E. M., Chistov, Y. K., Hopkins, R., Rutland, P. and Taylor, G. M. 2009. Tuberculosis among Iron Age individuals from Tyva, South Siberia: Palaeopathological and biomolecular findings. Journal of Archaeological Science 36, 2029-38.

McKerr, L., Murphy E. M. and Donnelly C. J., 2009. "I Am Not Dead, but Do Sleep Here": the representation of children in Early Modern burial grounds in the north of Ireland. Childhood in the Past 2, 110-32. Murphy, E. M. and McKenzie, C. J. 2010. Multiple osteochondromas in the archaeological record: A global review. Journal of Archaeological Science 37, 2255-64. Ruffell, A. and Murphy, E. 2011. An apparently jawless cadaver: A case of post-mortem slippage. Science and Justice 51 [doi:10.1016/j.scijus.2011.03.004] Murphy, E. M. 2011. Childrens burial grounds in Ireland (Cilliní) and parental emotions towards infant death. International Journal of Historical Archaeology 15 [http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10761-011-0148-8]

(f) Major Chapters in Books

Murphy, E. 1997. The palaeopathology of the near-complete dog, pp. 227-33 in McCormick, F. The animal bones in Nayling, N. and Caseldine, A. (eds.), Excavations at Caldicot, Gwent: Bronze Age Palaeochannels in the Lower Nedern Valley (CBA Research Report 108). York: Council for British Archaeology. McCormick, F. and Murphy, E. 1997. The animal bones from Whithorn, pp. 605-13 in Hill, P. (ed.), Whithorn and St. Ninian: The Excavation of a Monastic Town 1984-91. Gloucestershire: Alan Sutton Publishers. McCormick, F. and Murphy, E. 1997. The animal bones, pp. 199-218 in Walsh, C. (ed.), Archaeological Excavations at Patrick, Nicholas and Winetavern Street. Kerry: Brandon Book Publishers Ltd. Murphy, E. M. 2000. Developmental defects and disability: the evidence from the Iron Age semi-nomadic peoples of Aymyrlyg, south Siberia, pp. 60-80 in Hubert, J. (ed.), Madness, Disability and Social Exclusion (One World Archaeology 40). London: Routledge. Murphy, E. M. 2000. Mummification and body processing - evidence from the Iron Age in Southern Siberia, pp. 279-92 in Davis-Kimball, J., Murphy, E., Koryakova, L. and Yablonsky, L. (eds.), Kurgans, Ritual Sites, and Settlements: The Eurasian Bronze and Iron Age, Papers from the European Association of Archaeologists 4th and 5th Annual Meetings (BAR International Series 890). Oxford: Archaeopress. Murphy, E. M. and Manchester, K. 2002. Evidence for leprosy in Medieval Ireland, pp. 193-9 in Roberts, C. A., Lewis, M. E. and Manchester, K. (eds.), The Past and Present of Leprosy (BAR International Series 1054). Oxford: Archaeopress. Murphy, E. M. 2003. Trepanations and perforated crania from Iron Age South Siberia: An exercise in differential diagnosis, pp. 209-21 in Arnott, R., Finger, S. and Smith, C. U. M. (eds.),Trepanation ­ History, Discovery, Theory. Lisse: Swets and Zeitlinger. Murphy, E. and Simpson, D. 2003. Neolithic Northton: A review of the evidence, pp. 101-11 in Armit, I., Murphy, E., Nelis, E. and Simpson, D. (eds.), Neolithic Settlement in Ireland and Western Britain. Oxford: Oxbow books. Murphy, E. M. 2004. Herodotus and the Amazons meet the Cyclops: Philology, osteoarchaeology and the Eurasian Iron Age, pp. 169-84 in Sauer, E. (ed.), Breaking Down Boundaries: The Archaeology ­ Ancient History Divide. London: Routledge. Donnelly, C. J. and Murphy, E. M. 2004. Prehistoric Fermanagh, pp. 1-32 in Murphy, E. M. and Roulston, W. (eds.), Fermanagh: History and Society. Dublin: Geography Publications.

McHugh, R., Murphy, E. and Hartwell, B. 2004. A landscape analysis of the Topped Mountain region, Co. Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, pp. 304-22 in Gibson, A. and Sheridan, A. (eds.), From Founders to Foragers: Britain and Ireland 4000-1000 BC. Stroud: Tempus Publishing Ltd. Murphy, E. M. 2005. Animal palaeopathology in historic Ireland: A review of the evidence, pp. 8-23 in Thomas, R., Fabis, M., Davies, J., Mainland, I. and Richards, M. (eds.), Diet and Health in Past Animal Populations: Current Research and Future Directions. Oxford: Oxbow books. Murphy, E. M. 2007. Human osteoarchaeology and palaeopathology, pp. 48-76 in Murphy, E. M. and Whitehouse, N. J. (eds.), Environmental Archaeology in Ireland. Oxford: Oxbow Books. Murphy, E. M. 2007. An overview of livestock husbandry and economic practices in the urban environments of post-medieval Ireland, pp. 371-92 in Horning, A., Ó Baoill, R., Donnelly, C. and Logue, P. (eds.), The Post-Medieval Archaeology of Ireland 1550-1850. Wicklow: Wordwell Ltd. Murphy, E. M. 2007. Osteological report on the mammal bones from the excavations, pp. 255-84 in McErlean, T. and Crothers, N. Harnessing the Tides: The Early Medieval Tide Mills at Nendrum Monastery, Strangford Lough (Northern Ireland Archaeological Monographs No. 7). Belfast: HMSO. Murphy, E. M. 2008. A biocultural study of children from Iron Age south Siberia, pp. 175-87 in Bacvarov, K. (ed.), Babies Reborn: Infant/Child Burials in Pre- and Proto-history (BAR International Series 1832). Oxford: Archaeopress. Donnelly, C. J. and Murphy, E. M. 2008. The origins of cilliní in Ireland, pp. 191-223 in Murphy, E. M. (ed.), Deviant Burial in the Archaeological Record. Oxford: Oxbow books. Murphy, E. M. 2009. Report on the cremated remains recovered from Archaeological licences AE/04/077, AE/05/014 and AE/04/055, pp. 214-41 in Chapple, R. M., Dunlop, C., Gilmore, S. and Heaney, L., Archaeological Investigations along the A1 Dualling Scheme, Loughbrickland to Beech Hill, Co. Down, N. Ireland (2005) (BAR British Series 479). Oxford: Archaeopress. Murphy, E. M. and Donnelly, C. J. 2010. Cilliní: lugares para el enterramiento de individuos infantiles en Irlanda, in Sanchez Romero, M. (ed.), ¡Eso no se Toca! Infancia y Cultura Material en Arqueología. Complutum 21(2), 163-180. Fitzpatrick, E., Murphy, E., McHugh, R., Donnelly, C. and Foley, C. 2011. Evoking the white mare: the cult landscape of Sgiath Gabhra and its medieval perception in Gaelic Fir Mhanach, pp.163-191 in Schot, R., Newman, C. and Bhreathnach, E. (eds.), Landscapes of Cult and Kingship. Dublin: Four Courts Press. McKenzie, C. J. and Murphy, E. M. 2011. Health in Medieval Ireland: The evidence from Ballyhanna, Co. Donegal, pp. 131-143 in Stanley, M. (ed.), Past Times, Changing Fortunes (Archaeology and the NRA Monograph Series No. 8). Dublin: Wordwell Ltd.

(g) National journal papers

Murphy, E. 1995. Physical analysis of skeletal material from Kiltullagh, pp. 91-4 in McCormick, F., Cribbin, G., Robinson, M. E. and Shimwell, D. W., A Pagan-Christian transitional burial at Kiltullagh. Emania 13, 89-98. Murphy, E. and McCormick, F. 1996. The animal remains from the inner ditch of Haughey's Fort, Co. Armagh, 1991. Emania 14, 47-50. Murphy, E. M. and McNeill, T. E. 1993 (published 1996). Human remains excavated at Doonbought Fort, Co. Antrim, 1969. Ulster Journal of Archaeology 56, 120-38.

Donnelly, S., Donnelly, C. and Murphy, E. 1999. The forgotten dead: The cilliní and disused burial grounds of Ballintoy, County Antrim. Ulster Journal of Archaeology 58, 109-13. Murphy, E. M. 2000. Report on the osteological material from Site C, Navan Fort, Co. Armagh. Emania 18, 17-19. Moore, P., Donnelly, C., Murphy, E., Roulston, W. and McCormick, F. 2002 (published 2004). Excavations at St. Johns Church, Islandmagee, County Antrim. Ulster Journal of Archaeology 61, 13047. Donnelly, C., MacDonald, P., Murphy, E. and Beer, N. 2003 (published 2005). Excavations at Boho High Cross, Toneel North, County Fermanagh. Ulster Journal of Archaeology 62, 121-42. Murphy, E. M. 2001 (published 2003). Cremated human bone report, pp. 27-31 in Hurl, D. P., Excavation of a wedge tomb in Ballybriest townland, Co. Londonderry. Ulster Journal of Archaeology 60, 9-31. Murphy, E. M. 2001 (published 2003). Report on the burnt animal bone, pp. 53-4 in McSparron, C., Excavation of an unenclosed Early Christian house at Drumnadonnell, Co. Down. Ulster Journal of Archaeology 60, 47-56. Simpson, D. D. A., Gregory, R. A. and Murphy, E. M. 2003 (published 2004). Excavations at Manish Strand, Ensay. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 133, 173-89. Simpson, D. D. A., Gregory, R. A. and Murphy, E. M. 2004 (published 2005). Kaimes Hillfort, Excavations 1964 ­ 1972. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 134, 65-118. Murphy, E. M. 2003 (published 2005). The animal bone, p. 79 in Suddaby, I., The excavation of two Late Bronze Age roundhouses at Ballypriorbeg, Island Magee, County Antrim. Ulster Journal of Archaeology 62, 45-91. Murphy, E. M. 2004. The animal bones, pp. 198-200 in McNeill, T. E., Excavations at Dunineny Castle, Co. Antrim. Medieval Archaeology 47, 167-200. Murphy, E. M. 2004 (published 2005). Osteological report on the human remains from Tonyglaskan, County Fermanagh, and on cremated remains from Lislaird, County Tyrone, pp. 31-40 in Hurl, D. P., The excavation of a flat cist cemetery at Tonyglaskan, County Fermanagh and of a single cist at Lislaird, County Tyrone. Ulster Journal of Archaeology 63, 19-40. Murphy, E. M. 2004 (published 2005). The animal bone, pp. 97-101 in Anderson, S. And Rees, A., The excavation of a medieval rural settlement site at Portmuck, Islandmagee, County Antrim. Ulster Journal of Archaeology 63, 76-113. Murphy, E. M. 2005 (published 2006). The cremated bone, pp. 36-40 in Ó Baoill, R., The excavation of a segmented Bronze Age cist at Newtownstewart Castle, County Tyrone. Ulster Journal of Archaeology 64, 26-42. Simpson, D. D. A., Murphy, E. M., Gregory, R. A. and McCartney, M. 2007 (published 2008). Excavation at Orquil souterrain, St Ola, Orkney. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 137, 169-78. Simpson, D. D. A., Murphy, E. M., Gregory, R. A. and McCartney, M. 2007 (published 2008). A double cist burial from Gyre Farm, Orphir, Orkney. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 137, 5968. Murphy, E. M. and McGranaghan, C. 2008 (published 2010). Osteological report on human remains from Glebe, Rathlin Island, County Antrim, pp. 72-83 in Sloan, B., A Bronze Age cist burial at Glebe, Rathlin Island, County Antrim. Ulster Journal of Archaeology 67, 60-83.

Murphy, E. M. 2009 (published 2011). Osteological report, pp. 74-85 in Gormley, S., An Excavation at St. Thomass Church, Rathlin Island, County Antrim. Ulster Journal of Archaeology 68, 64-101.

(h) Sections in Books

Armit, I., Murphy, E., Nelis, E. and Simpson, D. 2003. Irish Neolithic houses, pp. 146-8 in Armit, I., Murphy, E., Nelis, E. and Simpson, D. (eds.), Neolithic Settlement in Ireland and Western Britain. Oxford: Oxbow books. Murphy, E. M. 2004. Raths, pp. 598-9 in Donnelly, J. S. Jr., Bottigheimer, K. S., Daly, M. E., Doan, J. E. and Miller, D. W. (eds.), Encyclopedia of Ireland, Nations of the World, Vol. 2. New York: Macmillan Reference USA. Murphy, E. M. 2004. Eiscir Riata, pp. 208-9 in Donnelly, J. S. Jr., Bottigheimer, K. S., Daly, M. E., Doan, J. E. and Miller, D. W. (eds.), Encyclopedia of Ireland, Nations of the World, Vol. 2. New York: Macmillan Reference USA. Murphy, E. M. 2004. Human remains, pp. 553-6 in Fitzpatrick, E., OBrien, M. and Walsh, P. (eds.), Archaeological Investigations in Galway City, 1987-1998. Bray: Wordwell Ltd. Murphy, E. M. 2004 Animal palaeopathology, pp. 602-8 in Fitzpatrick, E., OBrien, M. and Walsh, P. (eds.), Archaeological Investigations in Galway City, 1987-1998. Bray: Wordwell Ltd. Murphy, E. M. 2005. Animal palaeopathology, in White Marshall, J. and Walsh, C., Illaunloughan Island, An Early Medieval Monastery in County Kerry. Bray: Wordwell Ltd. (available as CD or as a download from Wordwell website). Murphy, E. M. and Whitehouse, N. J. 2007. Introduction, pp. xi-xxii in Murphy, E. M. and Whitehouse, N. J. (eds.), Environmental Archaeology in Ireland. Oxford: Oxbow Books. Murphy, E. 2007. Mammal bone palaeopathology, pp. 65-71 in McCormick, F. and Murray, E. Knowth and the Zooarchaeology of Early Christian Ireland. Dublin: Royal Irish Academy. Murphy, E. M. 2008. Introduction, pp. xii-xviii in Murphy, E. M. (ed.), Deviant Burial in the Archaeological Record. Oxford: Oxbow books. Murphy, E. M. 2008. Animal palaeopathology from Johnstown 1, Co. Meath, pp. 58-69 in Volume 7 of accompanying CD in Carlin, N., Clarke, L. And Walsh, F., The Archaeology of Life and Death in the Boyne Floodplain (NRA scheme monographs 2). Dublin: NRA. Svyatko, S., Murphy, E., Schulting, R. and Mallory, J. 2008. Dieta narodov epohi bronzy - nachala zheleznogo veka Minusinskoi kotloviny (Yuzhnaya Sibir) po dannym analiza stabilnyh izotopov azota in ugleroda: predvaritelnyye rezultaty, pp. 213-6 in Tishkin, A. A. (ed.), Drevniye i Srednevekovyye Kochevniki Tsentralnoy Azii. Barnaul: Azbuka. Murphy, E. M. 2010. Trepanation and trephination in early modern Ireland, pp. 259-64 in Davies, M., MacConville, U. and Cooney, G. (eds.), A Grand Gallimaufry Collected in Honour of Nick Maxwell. Dublin: Wordwell Ltd. Murphy, E. and Heaney, L. 2010. A Middle to Late Bronze Age cemetery at Loughbrickland, County Down, pp. 110-13 in Murray, E. and Logue, P. (eds.), Battles, Bones and Boats: Archaeological Discoveries in Northern Ireland 1987-2008. Belfast: TSO.

Murphy, E. 2010. Human remains from Saint Patricks Church, Armoy, County Antrim, pp. 117-21 in Murray, E. and Logue, P. (eds.), Battles, Bones and Boats: Archaeological Discoveries in Northern Ireland 1987-2008. Belfast: TSO.

(i) General Reader Publications

Donnelly, C. J. and Murphy, E. M. 1996. Prospekt Prosveshcheniya - the prospect of enlightenment. Causeway: Cultural Traditions Journal 3, 48-55. Hurl, D. P. and Murphy, E. M. 1996. Life and death in a County Antrim tower house. Archaeology Ireland 10, No. 2, 20-3. Murphy, E. and Manchester, K. 1998. ,,Be Thou Dead To The World - Palaeopathological evidence for leprosy in Ireland from Armoy, Co. Antrim. Archaeology Ireland 12, No. 1, 12-14. Murphy, E., Ó Baoill, R. and Brannon, N. 1998. ,,A Curious Old Wall - An unusual horn-core structure from Carrickfergus, Co. Antrim. Archaeology Ireland 12, No. 2, 16-17. Buckley, L., Murphy, E. and Ó Donnabháin, B. 1998. Decommissioning our dead. Archaeology Ireland 12, No. 4, 18-19. Murphy, E. M. and Ó Baoill, R. 2000. Its a dogs life - butchered Medieval dogs from Carrickfergus, Co. Antrim. Archaeology Ireland 14, No. 1, 24-5. Murphy, E. M. and Mallory, J. P. 2001. Herodotus and the ,,Cannibals. Discovering Archaeology 3, No. 1, 16. Murphy, E. M. and Gilmore, S. 2001. Reconstructing the dead mans face - a violent death from Medieval Armagh. Archaeology Ireland 15, No. 2, 16-18. Murphy, E. M. 2003. Body processing in prehistoric Ireland: New evidence from Millin Bay, Co. Down. Archaeology Ireland 17, No. 2, 13-15. Carver, N., Murphy, E. and Sloan, B. 2007. Young Archaeologists Club. Archaeology Ireland 21, No. 1, 41. Donnelly, C. J. and Murphy, E. M. 2008. The origins of cilliní. Archaeology Ireland 22, No. 3, 26-9. Murphy, E. M., Ó Donnabháin, B., Welsh, H. and McGranaghan, C. 2010. INSTAR ­ The people of prehistoric Ireland: Phase 1. Archaeology Ireland 24, No. 1, 23-5. Carver, N., Murphy, E., Murray, E. and Sloan, B. 2010. From life in the Bronze Age to ,,Days of the Dead. Archaeology Ireland 24, No. 2, 14-15.

(j) Academic Newsletters

Murphy, E. and McCooey, P. 1997. ,,I took out my dog and him I did shoot...... A dog skull displaying a gunshot wound from the excavations in Carrickfergus, Co. Antrim, 1992. IAPA Newsletter, Bulletin of the Irish Association of Professional Archaeologists 24, 6-7. Murphy, E. M. (ed.) 1999. Irish Section News of the Paleopathology Association No. 2. Murphy, E. M. 2000. An Osteological and palaeopathological study of the Scythian and Hunno-Sarmatian period populations from the cemetery complex of Aymyrlyg, Tuva, South Siberia. Summary of PhD thesis included in the Palaeopathology Newsletter 111, 23. Ó Baoill, R. and Murphy, E. 2000. The Early Bronze Age cist burial at Newtownstewart Castle, Co. Tyrone. Irish Section News of the Paleopathology Association 3, 2-3.

Donnelly, C. J. and Murphy, E. M. 2000. Summary account of the excavation at Reyfad Earthwork, Boho, Co. Fermanagh, pp. 72-3 in Bennett, I. (ed.), Excavations 1998: Summary Accounts of Excavations in Ireland. Bray: Wordwell Ltd. Donnelly, C. J. and Murphy, E. M. 2000. Summary account of the second season of excavation at the Reyfad Earthwork, Boho, Co. Fermanagh, pp. 96-7 in Bennett, I. (ed.), Excavations 1999: Summary Accounts of Excavations in Ireland. Bray: Wordwell Ltd. Murphy, E. M. (ed.) 2001. Irish Section News of the Paleopathology Association No. 4. Murphy, E. M. 2001. Conference report: International Colloquium on Cranial Trepanation in Human History. Irish Section News of the Paleopathology Association 4, 4-7. Murphy, E. and F. McCormick, 2002. A Late Bronze Age case of Cattle Polydactyly from Dun Aonghasa, Co. Galway. Irish Section News of the Paleopathology Association 5, 3-4. Murphy, E., Church, M. and Simpson, D. 2002. Rubh an Teampuill, Harris, p. 101 in Turner, R. (ed.), Discovery and Excavation in Scotland 2 (New Series). Edinburgh: The Council for Scottish Archaeology. Murphy, E. M. (ed.) 2003. Irish Section News of the Paleopathology Association No. 6. Murphy, E. M. 2003. Cut marks on a prehistoric mandible from Millin Bay, Co. Down. Irish Section News of the Paleopathology Association 6, 7-9. Murphy, E. (ed.) 2005: Irish Section News of the Paleopathology Association No. 8. Murphy, E. and McLaughlin, R. 2005. New cases of ,,pipe-smokers clench from Post-Medieval Ireland. Irish Section News of the Paleopathology Association 8, 9-13.

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