Richard Madgwick

Fields of interest:

Zooarchaeology, Taphonomy, Isotope Analysis, Later Prehistoric Europe, Statistical Analysis in Archaeology, The Archaeology of Feasting

Recent publications:

Madgwick, R. and Mulville, J. 2015.
Reconstructing depositional histories through bone taphonomy: Extending the potential of faunal data.
Journal of Archaeological Science 53: 255-263.

Baker, K., Carden, R. and Madgwick, R. (eds.) 2014.
Deer and People. Oxford: Windgather.

Madgwick, R. 2014.
What makes bones shiny? Investigating trampling as a cause of bone abrasion.
Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 6: 163-173.

Madgwick, R., Sykes, N., Miller, H., Symmons, R., Morris, J. and Lamb, A.2013.
Fallow deer (Dama dama dama) management in Roman South-East Britain.
Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 5: 111-122.

Madgwick, R., Forest, V. and Beglane, F. 2013.
Syndactyly in pigs: A review of previous research and the presentation of eight archaeological specimens.
International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 23: 395–409

Madgwick, R., Mulville, J. and Evans, J. 2012.
Investigating diagenesis and the application of strontium (87Sr/86Sr) isotope analysis in pigs.
Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry 27: 733–742.

Madgwick, R., Mulville, J.and Stevens, R.E.2012.
Diversity in foddering strategy and herd management in late Bronze Age Britain: An isotope investigation of pigs and other fauna from two midden sites.
Environmental Archaeology 17: 126-140.

Madgwick, R. andMulville, J.2012.
Investigating variation in the prevalence of weathering in faunal assemblages in the United Kingdom: A multivariate statistical approach.
International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 22: 509-522.