AEA Don Brothwell Prize

Four of the eight papers shortlisted for the Don Brothwell Prize were included in the first IMAA Special Issue. The Don Brothwell prize is awarded by the Association for Environmental Archaeology to the best paper in Environmental Archaeology each year. Congratulations to all the authors who were shortlisted and to the Chinese  team who went on to win the prize!

The papers from the IMAA Special Issue are:

Feeding the Crusades: Archaeobotany, Animal Husbandry and Livestock Alimentation on the Baltic Frontier

R. Y. Banerjea, M. Badura, A. Brown, L. F. Morandi, M. Marcinkowski, H. Valk, K. Ismail-Meyer, A. Pluskowski

Early Animal Management Strategies during the Neolithic of the Konya Plain, Central Anatolia: Integrating Micromorphological and Microfossil Evidence

Aroa García-Suárez ,Marta Portillo & Wendy Matthews

Advances in Morphometrics in Archaeobotany

M. Portillo, T. B. Ball, M. Wallace, C. Murphy, S. Pérez-Díaz, M. Ruiz-Alonso, F. J. Aceituno & J. A.  López-Sáez

Variable Ovicaprid Diet and Faecal Spherulite Production at Amara West, Sudan

Matthew Dalton and Phillipa Ryan