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Charlene Murphy
Research Associate, University College London
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Between China and South Asia: A Middle Asian corridor of crop dispersal and agricultural innovation in the Bronze Age
CJ Stevens, C Murphy, R Roberts, L Lucas, F Silva, DQ Fuller
The Holocene 26 (10), 1541-1555, 2016
2072016
Evidence for sorghum domestication in fourth millennium BC eastern Sudan: Spikelet morphology from ceramic impressions of the Butana Group
F Winchell, CJ Stevens, C Murphy, L Champion, DQ Fuller
Current Anthropology 58 (5), 673-683, 2017
832017
Roman food refuse: urban archaeobotany in Pompeii, Regio VI, Insula 1
C Murphy, G Thompson, DQ Fuller
Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 22, 409-419, 2013
552013
On the origins and dissemination of domesticated sorghum and pearl millet across Africa and into India: a view from the Butana Group of the Far Eastern Sahel
F Winchell, M Brass, A Manzo, A Beldados, V Perna, C Murphy, ...
African Archaeological Review 35, 483-505, 2018
512018
The origins and early dispersal of horsegram (Macrotyloma uniflorum), a major crop of ancient India
DQ Fuller, C Murphy
Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution 65, 285-305, 2018
452018
Finding millet in the Roman world
C Murphy
Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 8, 65-78, 2016
432016
Overlooked but not forgotten: India as a center for agricultural domestication
DQ Fuller, C Murphy
General Anthropology 21 (2), 1-8, 2014
402014
Entanglements and entrapment on the pathway toward domestication
DQ Fuller, C Stevens, L Lucas, C Murphy, L Qin
Archaeology of entanglement, 151-172, 2016
322016
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
302019
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
302018
Seed coat thinning during horsegram (Macrotyloma uniflorum) domestication documented through synchrotron tomography of archaeological seeds
C Murphy, DQ Fuller
Scientific Reports 7 (1), 1-9, 2017
292017
Comparing pathways to agriculture
DQ Fuller, E Kingwell-Banham, L Lucas, C Murphy, CJ Stevens
Archaeology International 18, 61-61, 2015
272015
Sizing up cereal variation: patterns in grain evolution revealed in chronological and geographical comparisons
D Fuller, S Colledge, C Murphy, C Stevens
Universidad Del País Vasco, 2017
212017
Evidence of sorghum cultivation and possible pearl millet in the second millennium BC at Kassala, eastern Sudan
A Beldados, A Manzo, C Murphy, CJ Stevens, DQ Fuller
Plants and people in the African past: Progress in African archaeobotany …, 2018
192018
The transition to agricultural production in India: South Asian entanglements of domestication
CA Murphy, DQ Fuller
A companion to South Asia in the past, 344-357, 2016
192016
Advances in morphometrics in archaeobotany
M Portillo, TB Ball, M Wallace, C Murphy, S Pérez-Díaz, M Ruiz-Alonso, ...
Environmental Archaeology 25 (2), 246-256, 2020
162020
Early agriculture in Sri Lanka: New Archaeobotanical analyses and radiocarbon dates from the early historic sites of Kirinda and Kantharodai (Kandarodai)
C Murphy, A Weisskopf, W Bohingamuwa, G Adikari, N Perera, ...
Archaeological Research in Asia 16, 88-102, 2018
142018
The agriculture of early India
C Murphy, D Fuller
Oxford University Press, 2017
142017
Agricultural systems in Bangladesh: the first archaeobotanical results from early historic Wari-Bateshwar and early medieval Vikrampura
M Rahman, CC Castillo, C Murphy, SM Rahman, DQ Fuller
Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 12, 1-17, 2020
122020
The future is long-term: Past and current directions in environmental archaeology
C Murphy, DQ Fuller
General Anthropology 24 (1), 1-10, 2017
122017
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