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J. Carman & Patricia Carman. Bloody Meadows: investigating landscapes of battle. Sutton, 2006, ISBN 0-7509-3734-3
J. Carman & P. Carman. ‘Ancient Bloody Meadows: Classical battlefields in Greece’. In T. Pollard & I Banks (eds) Past Tense: studies in the archaeology of conflict, Leiden & Boston, Brill (also published as Journal of Conflict Archaeology 1.1), January 2006, 19-44.
J. Carman. ‘Battlefields as cultural resources’. Post-Medieval Archaeology 39.2, December 2005, 215-223
J. Carman & P. Carman. ‘Mustering Landscapes: what historic battlefields share in common’. In D. D. Scott, Babits, L. & Haecker, C. (eds) Fields of Conflict: battlefield archaeology from the Roman Empire to the Korean War (2 vols), Praeger Security International, Westport Conn. & London, 2007, 39-49
J. Carman & P. Carman 'The intangible presence: investigating battlefields' in J. Carman & M L S Sorensen (eds) Heritage Studies: methods & approaches, London, Routledge, 2009, 292-315
J. Carman & P. Carman. ‘From Rhetoric to Research: the Bloody Meadows project as a pacifist response to war’. In L.McAtackney, M. Palus & A,. Piccini (eds), Contemporary and Hiostorical Archaeology in Theory: papers from the 2003 and 2004 CHAT conferences, BAR International Series 1677, 2007, 109-114
J. Carman & P. Carman. ‘War in prehistoric society: modern views of ancient violence’. In M. Parker-Pearson & I.J.N. Thorpe (eds) Warfare, Violence and Slavery in Prehistory: proceedings of a Prehistoric Society conference at Sheffield University. Oxford, Archaeopress, BAR International Series 1374, 2005, 217-224
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