Eleanor Kingwell-Banham
Eleanor Kingwell-Banham
UCL Institute of Archaeology
Verified email at ucl.ac.uk
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Consilience of genetics and archaeobotany in the entangled history of rice
DQ Fuller, YI Sato, C Castillo, L Qin, AR Weisskopf, EJ Kingwell-Banham, ...
Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 2 (2), 115-131, 2010
2572010
The contribution of rice agriculture and livestock pastoralism to prehistoric methane levels: An archaeological assessment
DQ Fuller, J Van Etten, K Manning, C Castillo, E Kingwell-Banham, ...
The Holocene 21 (5), 743-759, 2011
1772011
Shifting cultivators in South Asia: Expansion, marginalisation and specialisation over the long term
E Kingwell-Banham, DQ Fuller
Quaternary International 249, 84-95, 2012
442012
Archaeobotanical implications of phytolith assemblages from cultivated rice systems, wild rice stands and macro-regional patterns
A Weisskopf, E Harvey, E Kingwell-Banham, M Kajale, R Mohanty, ...
Journal of Archaeological Science 51, 43-53, 2014
402014
Early agriculture in South Asia
E Kingwell-Banham, CA Petrie, DQ Fuller
The Cambridge World History 2, 261-88, 2015
172015
Comparing pathways to agriculture
DQ Fuller, E Kingwell-Banham, L Lucas, C Murphy, CJ Stevens
Archaeology International 18, 61-61, 2015
162015
Early rice agriculture in South Asia. Identifying cultivation systems using archaeobotany
EJ Kingwell-Banham
UCL (University College London), 2015
122015
A tale of two rice varieties: Modelling the prehistoric dispersals of japonica and proto-indica rices
F Silva, A Weisskopf, C Castillo, C Murphy, E Kingwell-Banham, L Qin, ...
The Holocene 28 (11), 1745-1758, 2018
112018
Charred pomelo peel, historical linguistics and other tree crops: approaches to framing the historical context of early Citrus cultivation in East, South and Southeast Asia
D Fuller, C Castillo, E Kingwell-Banham, L Qin, A Weisskopf
Publications du Centre Jean Bérard, 2017
92017
Brown top millet: origins and development
E Kingwell-Banham, DQ Fuller
Encyclopaedia of Global Archaeology. New York: Springer, 1021-1024, 2014
92014
Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp. origins and domestication: the South and Southeast Asian archaeobotanical evidence
DQ Fuller, C Murphy, E Kingwell-Banham, CC Castillo, S Naik
Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution 66 (6), 1175-1188, 2019
52019
Archaeobotanical Investigations into Golbai Sasan and Gopalpur, Two Neolithic-Chalcolithic Settlements of Odisha
E Kingwell-Banham, E Harvey, R Mohanty, D Fuller
Ancient Asia 9, 1-14, 2018
52018
Spice and rice: pepper, cloves and everyday cereal foods at the ancient port of Mantai, Sri Lanka
E Kingwell-Banham, W Bohingamuwa, N Perera, G Adikari, A Crowther, ...
antiquity 92 (366), 1552-1570, 2018
42018
The Holocene humid period in the Nefud Desert: Hunters and herders in the Jebel Oraf palaeolake basin, Saudi Arabia
M Guagnin, P Breeze, C Shipton, F Ott, M Stewart, M Bateman, L Martin, ...
Journal of Arid Environments 178, 104146, 2020
32020
Dry, rainfed or irrigated? Reevaluating the role and development of rice agriculture in Iron Age-Early Historic South India using archaeobotanical approaches
E Kingwell-Banham
Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 11 (12), 6485-6500, 2019
32019
Pigeon Pea: origins and development
E Kingwell-Banham, D Fuller
Springer, 2013
22013
Archaeobotanical studies at Suabarei, Puri District, Odisha, India
SS Naik, JK Paitnaik, E Kingwell-Banham, C Murphy, DQ Fuller
Curr Sci 116 (8), 1373-1380, 2019
12019
Lost millets, overlooked pulses and the archaeobotany of South India: advances in understanding early agricultural developments in South India
EJ Kingwell-Banham, D Fuller
The Mythic Society, 2018
12018
The Khmer did not live by rice alone: Archaeobotanical investigations at Angkor Wat and Ta Prohm
CC Castillo, A Carter, E Kingwell-Banham, Y Zhuang, A Weisskopf, ...
Archaeological Research in Asia 24, 100213, 2020
2020
Archaeobotanical Investigations at Suabarei, Dist. Puri, Odisha
SS Naik, E Kingwell-Banham, C Murphy, JK Patnaik, D Gadnayak, ...
Current Science, 2019
2019
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