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2006Ariadne, Omphale, Or Hercules: a New Interpretation of an Ancient LampBeames, Hugh; Nicholson MuseumAriadne, Omphale, Or Hercules: a New Interpretation of an Ancient Lamp, Mediterranean Archaeology: Australian and New Zealand journal for the archaeology of the Mediterranean world, vol.17,(N/A),2006,pp 15-23
2013At the mercy of the elements: Cultural preservation of ancient sites in Mosul (Nineveh Provence)Yakou, Nineveh; Malko, Helen; Nicholson MuseumAt the mercy of the elements: Cultural preservation of ancient sites in Mosul (Nineveh Provence), International Journal of Contemporary Iraqi Studies, vol.7, 2, 2013,pp 147-157
2005Australian mental health reform: time for real outcomes.Davenport, Tracy; Hickie, Ian; Groom, Grace L.; Luscombe, G; McGorry, Patrick D.; Nicholson Museum; Central Clinical School: Brain & Mind Research InstituteAustralian mental health reform: time for real outcomes., Medical Journal of Australia 2005, vol.182,(8),2005,pp 401-406
2012Beyond intermarriage: The role of the indigenous Italic population at PithekoussaiKelley, Olivia; Nicholson MuseumBeyond intermarriage: The role of the indigenous Italic population at Pithekoussai, Oxford Journal of Archaeology, vol.31, 3, 2012,pp 245-260
2005Can we track the impact of Australian mental health research?Davenport, Tracy; Hickie, Ian; Christensen, Helen; Luscombe, G; Nicholson Museum; Central Clinical School: Brain & Mind Research InstituteCan we track the impact of Australian mental health research?, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 2005, vol.39,(7),2005,pp 591-599
2004'The Distribution Of Bars At Pompeii: Archaeological, Spatial And Viewshed Analysis'Ellis, Steven; Nicholson Museum'The Distribution Of Bars At Pompeii: Archaeological, Spatial And Viewshed Analysis', Journal of Roman Archaeology, vol.17,(1),2004,pp 371-384
2008From Zeus to Apollo and Back Again: A Note on the Changing Face of Western Seleukid CoinageWright, Nicholas; Nicholson MuseumFrom Zeus to Apollo and Back Again: A Note on the Changing Face of Western Seleukid Coinage, Journal of the Oriental Society of Australia, vol.39-40, Part 2, 2008,pp 527-539
2009Further excavations at Qaleh Kali (MS 46) by the Joint ICAR-University of Sydney Mamasani Expedition: Results of the 2008 SeasonDusting, Amanda; Ellicott, Thomas; McRae, Iona; Potts, Daniel; Alamdari, Kourosh; Ameli Rad, S H; Askari Chaverdi, A; Jaffari, J; Lashkari, A; Setoudeh, A; Yazdani, A; SOPHI Admin; Archaeology; Nicholson Museum; ArchaeologyFurther excavations at Qaleh Kali (MS 46) by the Joint ICAR-University of Sydney Mamasani Expedition: Results of the 2008 Season, Iranica Antiqua, vol.XLIV, N/A, 2009,pp 207-282
2006Hamilton and Dionysus: Modern Provenance, Ancient ContextTurner, Michael; Nicholson MuseumHamilton and Dionysus: Modern Provenance, Ancient Context, Mediterranean Archaeology: Australian and New Zealand journal for the archaeology of the Mediterranean world, vol.17,(N/A),2006,pp 93-103
2006Hellenistic OinochoaiBollen, Elizabeth; Nicholson MuseumHellenistic Oinochoai, Mediterranean Archaeology, vol.17,(N/A),2006,pp 25-34
2012The house of Tarkondimotos: A late Hellenistic dynasty between Rome and the EastWright, Nicholas; Nicholson MuseumThe house of Tarkondimotos: A late Hellenistic dynasty between Rome and the East, Anatolian Studies, vol.62, N/A, 2012,pp 69-88
2004IX. Description Of The FindsSowada, Karin; Ockinga, Boyo; van Dijk, Jacobus; Nicholson MuseumIX. Description Of The Finds in Amenemone the Chief Goldsmith: A New Kingdom Tomb in the Teti Cemetery at Saqqara, Aris and Phillips Ltd, 2004, pp. 128-147
2007Mould-decorated terra sigillata from Central Gaul in the Nicholson MuseumBeames, Hugh; Nicholson MuseumMould-decorated terra sigillata from Central Gaul in the Nicholson Museum, Mediterranean Archaeology: Australian and New Zealand journal for the archaeology of the Mediterranean world, vol.18,(N/A),2007,pp 83-108
2016A new methodology for accurate digital planning of archaeological sites without the aid of surveying equipmentKennedy, Melissa; Thomas, Hugh; Archaeology; Nicholson MuseumA new methodology for accurate digital planning of archaeological sites without the aid of surveying equipment, Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, vol.10, N/A, 2016,pp 887-892
2016A new methodology for accurate digital planning of archaeological sites without the aid of surveying equipmentKennedy, Melissa; Thomas, Hugh; Archaeology; Nicholson MuseumA new methodology for accurate digital planning of archaeological sites without the aid of surveying equipment, Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, vol.10, N/A, 2016,pp 887-892
2004The Pompeian Bar: Archaeology And The Role Of Food And Drink Outlets In An Ancient CommunityEllis, Steven; Nicholson MuseumThe Pompeian Bar: Archaeology And The Role Of Food And Drink Outlets In An Ancient Community, Food & History, vol.2,(N/A),2004,pp 41-58
2004Production Of Pro-Inflammatory Cytokines Correlates With The Symptoms Of Acute Sickness Behaviour In Humans.Davenport, Tracy; Hickie, Ian; Brennan, C.; Cameron, Barbara; Fazou, Chrysa; Li, H.; Lloyd, Andrew R.; Luck, L.; Vollmer-Conna, Ute; Wakefield, Denis; Nicholson Museum; Central Clinical School: Brain & Mind Research InstituteProduction Of Pro-Inflammatory Cytokines Correlates With The Symptoms Of Acute Sickness Behaviour In Humans., Psychological Medicine, vol.34,(7),2004,pp 1289-1297
2005Psychological morbidity in women at increased risk of developing breast cancer: A controlled study.Butow, Phyllis; Davenport, Tracy; Hickie, Ian; Price, Melanie; Bennett, Bruce; Meiser, Bettina; Tucker, Katherine M.; Psychology; Nicholson Museum; Central Clinical School: Brain & Mind Research Institute; PsychologyPsychological morbidity in women at increased risk of developing breast cancer: A controlled study., Psycho-Oncology, vol.14,(3),2005,pp 196-203
2016Quantitative analysis of two low-cost aerial photography platforms: A case study of the site of Zagora, Andros, GreeceThomas, Hugh; Nicholson MuseumQuantitative analysis of two low-cost aerial photography platforms: A case study of the site of Zagora, Andros, Greece, Journal of Field Archaeology, vol.41, 6, 2016,pp 660-670
2016Quantitative analysis of two low-cost aerial photography platforms: A case study of the site of Zagora, Andros, GreeceThomas, Hugh; Nicholson MuseumQuantitative analysis of two low-cost aerial photography platforms: A case study of the site of Zagora, Andros, Greece, Journal of Field Archaeology, vol.41, 6, 2016,pp 660-670