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Robert Francis

Media, University of Nottingham

Thesis title:

Anthracological and Carpological Perspectives on Settlement, Cultivation and Woodland Management in England, c. AD 450-1100

Research Area

  • Media


  • Supporting the outdoor classroom: archaeo-astronomy project. Brown D, Francis R and Alder A, School Science Review, 2013, 94, 76-85
  • Peak into the past, an archaeo-astronomy summer school. Brown D, Neale N and Francis R, School Science Review, 2011, 93, 83-90 
  • Charred plant remains and charcoal. Pelling R, Thompson G and Francis R in Poole K. and Webley L, Prehistoric activity at Westwood, Broadstairs. Archaeologia Cantiana, 2008, 128, 75-106, 98-101
  • Charcoals. Thompson G and Francis R in Webley L, Timby J and Wilson M, Fairfield Park: Later Prehistoric Settlement in Eastern Chilterns, 2007, The Bedfordshire Archaeological Council, Oxford
  • Charcoals. Thompson G and Francis R in Hardy A, Charles BM and Williams RJ, Death and Taxes: The Archaeology of a Middle Saxon Estate Centre at Higham Ferrerws, Northamptonshire, Oxford, Oxford Archaeology, 2007, 178-181
  • Analysis of charcoal from Lower Luggy. Francis RGD in Gibson A, The Neolithic site of Lower Luggy, Wales,Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, 2006, 72, 163-191 
  • The analysis of charcoal remains from the site of Jarlshof. Francis RGD, Jarlshof, Shetland: An Economic, Environmental and Chronological Reappraisal, Bradford Archaeological Sciences Research 14. Department of Archaeological Sciences Bradford: Department of Archaeological Sciences/Shetland Amenity Trust, Bradford, 2005