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CHARLTON, M.F.; BLAKELOCK, E., Martinón-Torres, M. & Young, T. In press, Investigating the production provenance of iron artifacts with multivariate methods. Journal of Archaeological Science, forthcoming.

YOUNG, T.P. in press . Note on the Results of a search for Haematite Specimens amongst the Lithics from Pontnewydd Cave. Pp. 255-256  In: S. Aldhouse-Green, R. Peterson and E. Walker (eds) Neanderthals in Wales: Pontnewydd and the Elwy Valley Caves , Oxbow Books.

YOUNG, T.P. in press. Roman military control on iron-making in South Wales. In: B. Cech, T. Rehren (Editors), Ferrum Noricum - iron production and distribution 200 BC to AD 400, Proceedings of the conference on "Early Iron" in Hüttenberg, September 8th to 12th, 2008.

YOUNG, T.P. in press. Appendix 2. Exploiting the bog: iron production and metalworking In: P. Stevens & J. Channing (ed.) Settlement and Community in the Fir Tulach Kingdom. Westmeath County Council.

YOUNG, T.P. in press. Some preliminary observations on hammerscale: implications for its genesis, interpretational potential and the understanding of welding. Historical Metallurgy, 45.

YOUNG, T.P.  2010. Metallurgical residues. Pp. 82-86. In: P. Crane & K. Murphy. The excavation of a coastal promontory fort at Porth y Rhaw, Solva, Pembrokeshire, 1995–98. Archaeologia Cambrensis, 159, 53-98.

YOUNG, T.P. 2010. Archaeometallurgical Residues. Pp. 158-163 in: Crane, P & Murphy K., Early medieval settlement, iron smelting and crop processing at South Hook, Herbranston, Pembrokeshire, 2004–05. Archaeologia Cambrensis, 159, 117-196 .

MURPHY, K, CRANE, P. & YOUNG, T.P. 2010. Discussion. Pp. 185-190 in: Crane, P & Muphy K., Early medieval settlement, iron smelting and crop processing at South Hook, Herbranston, Pembrokeshire, 2004–05. Archaeologia Cambrensis, 159, 117-196 .

YOUNG, T.P.  2011.Metallurgical Residues, p. 112-114 and Appendix IV, p. 178-180 in: M. Luke & Preece, T. Farm and Forge: late Iron Age/Romano-British farmsteads at Marsh Leys, Kempston, Bedfordshire. East Anglian Archaeology, Report No. 138, 198 pp.

YOUNG, T.P.  2011. Appendix 4, Archaeometallurgical Report, pp. 35-48 In: S. O'Faolain. Archaeological Excavation Report - E2433 - Garryleagh, Co. Cork - Smithing Hearth Pit. Eachtra Journal, Issue 10, part n.

YOUNG, T.P.  2011. Appendix 7, Evaluation of archaeometallurgical residues, pp. 158-170 In: L. Hegarty, Archaeological Excavation Report -  E2429 - Ballynamona 2, Co. Cork  - Neolithic and Beaker Features, Middle Bronze Age Structures and Iron Age Industrial Activity. Eachtra Journal, Issue 10, part n.

YOUNG, T.P.  2011. Appendix 7, Archaeometallurgy Report. Pp. 107-111 In: J. Kiely & J. Lehane. Archaeological Excavation Report E2413 - Ballynacarriga 2, Co. Cork - Early medieval enclosure. Eachtra Journal, Issue 10, part n.

YOUNG, T.P.  2011. Appendix 7,:  Archaeometallurgical residues. Pp. 123-153 In: N. Garland, J. Kiely, J. Tierney. Archaeological Excavation Report E2414 - Ballinglanna North 1, Co. Cork - Burnt Mound, Metalworking Area & Post-Medieval Settlement. Eachtra Journal, Issue 10, part n.

YOUNG, T.P.  2011. Appendix 7, Archaeometallurgy Report. Pp. 222-286 In: Jacinta Kiely, J. & O'Donoghue, J. Archaeological Excavation Report Prehistoric Activity, Early Medieval Roundhouses and Iron Working, and Medieval Structures; Gortnahown 2, Co Cork. Eachtra Journal, Issue 10, part 20.

YOUNG, T.P. 2011. The metallurgical residues. Pp. 35-36 in: J. Hart, E.R. McSloy & A. Mudd. A late Prehistoric hilltop settlement and other excavations along the Taplow to Dorney water pipeline, 2003-04. Records of Bucks, 51, 1-44.

YOUNG, T.P. 2011.  Possible archaeometallurgical residues pp. 89-90 in : M. Collard & T. Havard. The prehistoric and medieval defences of Malmesbury: archaeological investigations at Holloway, 2005-2006. Wiltshire Archaeological & Natural History Magazine, 104, 79-94

YOUNG, T.P. 2010. Caergwanaf. Pp. 214-216, In: B.C Burnham & J.L. Davies (eds) The Roman Frontier in Wales and the Marches. Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales.380pp

YOUNG, T.P . 2010. Archaeometallurgical residues. 155-159. In: M. Brett, E. R. McSloy and N. Holbrook. A Roman enclosure at Crickhowell Road, Trowbridge, Cardiff. Evaluation and excavation 2005–06. Archaeologicia Cambrensis, 158, 131-166.

GUEST, P & YOUNG, T.P.. 2010. Mapping Isca: geophysical investigation of School Field and Priory Field, Caerleon. Archaeologia Cambrensis, 158, 97-111.

YOUNG, T.P. 2009. The Iron Slag, p. 121-123, in: P. Manning & H. Quinnell, Excavation and field survey at the Iron Age hillfort of Berry Ball, Crediton Hamlets. Proceedings of the Devon Archaeological Society, 67, 99-132.

BLAKELOCK, E., MARTINÓN-TORRES, M., VELDHUIJZEN, H.A. & YOUNG, T, 2009 . Slag inclusions in iron objects and the quest for provenance: an experiment and a case study. Journal of Archaeological Science, 36, 1745-1757

YOUNG, T.P. 2007. Appendix 2: Analysis of metallurgical residues from Aghaloo Church, Rousky, County Tyrone. p. 94-95 In: N. Carver. Excavations at Aghaloo Church, Rousky, County Tyrone, Ulster Journal of Archaeology, 66, 75-96.

MACDONALD, R. & YOUNG, T. 2007. Appendix 3. Field Survey at Llyn Cerrig Bach.  Pp. 209-216 In: P. Macdonald, Llyn Cerrig Bach, A study of the copper alloy artefacts from the insular La Tène assemblage.  University of Wales Press, Cardiff

YOUNG, T.P. 2007. Evaluation of archaeometallurgical residues from Church Island, Lough Key, Co. Roscommon, p. 378-379 In: Heather A. King, A medieval “shrine chapel” on Church Island, Lough Key, County Roscommon. p. 353-386 of: C. Manning (ed.), From Ringforts to Fortified Houses, Wordwell.

GUEST, P. & YOUNG, T. 2007. Mapping Isca: geophysical survey of Priory Field, Caerleon. Archaeologia Cambrensis, 155, 117-133.

YOUNG, T. 2007. The metallurgical residues. p. 101 in: D. Kenyon & M. Watts, An Anglo-Saxon enclosure at Copsehill Road, Lower Slaughter: excavations in 1999. Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, 124, 73-109

YOUNG, T. 2006. The metallurgical residue. Pp. 388-398, in: COLLARD, M, DARVILL, T. & WATTS, M. Ironworking in the Bronze Age? Evidence from a 10th century BC settlement at Hartshill Copse, Upper Bucklebury, West Berkshire. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, 72, 367-421.

YOUNG, T. 2006. Metalworking slags. Pp. 32-33 in: J. Pollard,  R. Howell, A. Chadwick & A. Leaver. Lodge Hill Camp, Caerleon, and the Hillforts of Gwent. BAR British Series, 407.

YOUNG, T. 2005. Site Activities: slag and related materials. pp. 174-176. In: Sharples, N (ed.), A Norse Farmstead in the Outer Hebrides. Excavations at Mound 3, Bornais, South Uist. Cardiff Studies in Archaeology, Oxbow Books, Oxford.

YOUNG, T. 2005. Methodologies: slag and related materials. pp. 38-39. In: Sharples, N (ed.), A Norse Farmstead in the Outer Hebrides. Excavations at Mound 3, Bornais, South Uist. Cardiff Studies in Archaeology, Oxbow Books, Oxford.

HAMILTON, M.A., SHARPLES, N and YOUNG, T. 2005. The geophysical survey. pp. 11-26. In: Sharples, N (ed.), A Norse Farmstead in the Outer Hebrides. Excavations at Mound 3, Bornais, South Uist. Cardiff Studies in Archaeology, Oxbow Books, Oxford.

YOUNG, T.P. 2004. Metallurgical residues. pp. 319-320 In: Hands, A.R. and Cotswold Archaeology. The Romano-British Roadside Settlement at Wilcote, Oxfordshire. III Excavations 1997-2000. BAR British Series, 370.

YOUNG, T & BOWSTEAD STALLYBRASS, H.S. 2003. Metallurgical residues and related materials. In: Thomas, A, Holbrook, N and Bateman, C. Later Prehistoric and Romano-British burial and Settlement at Hucclecote, Gloucestershire: Excavations in advance of the Gloucester Business Park Link Road, 1988. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Report No. 2. 52-55.

ALDHOUSE-GREEN, S., JACKSON, H. & YOUNG, T. 2004. Chapter 11: Lithics, raw materials and ochre: interrogation of data from the Middle Pleistocene hominid site of Pontnewydd Cave, Wales, Europe. Pp. 93-14, In Walker, E.A., Wenban-Smith, F. and Healy, F. (eds). Lithics in Action: papers from the conference Lithic Studies in the Year 2000. Lithic Studies Society Occasional Paper 8, Oxbow Books, Oxford.

YOUNG, T.P., GIBBONS, W. & McCARROLL, D. 2002. Geology of the country around Pwllheli. Memoir of the British Geological Survey, Sheet 134 (England and Wales). x + 151pp. London: The Stationery Office.

YOUNG, T.P. 2001. The metal slags. pp. 155-157 In: J. Kissock and N Wright, The Excavation of a charcoal-burning platform at Llanelen, Gower. Studia Celtica, 35, 143-159.

YOUNG, T.P., GIBBONS, W. & MCCARROLL, D., 2001 (dated 1999). Pwllheli, Sheet 134, British Geological Survey 1:50,000 Series. HMSO

YOUNG, T.P. 2000. Appendix 5: Geological analysis of ferruginous materials from Twin Rivers. In: BARHAM, L., The Middle Stone Age of Zambia, South Central Africa. Western Academic and Specialist Press, 265-271.

YOUNG, T.P. 2000. Chapter 10. The Paviland Ochres: characterisation and sourcing. In: ALDHOUSE-GREEN, S., Paviland Cave and the 'Red Lady': a definitive report. Western Academic and Specialist Press Limited, 205-225.

YOUNG, T.P. & ALLEN M.J. 2000. Chapter 18. Molluscan remains. In: E.G. Price, Frocester, A Romano-British Settlement, its antecedents and successors. Volume 2: the Finds, Gloucester and District Archaeological Research Group, pp. 249-252.

YOUNG, T.P. 2000. Chapter 17. Small vertebrate remains. In: E.G. Price, Frocester, A Romano-British Settlement, its antecedents and successors. Volume 2: the Finds, Gloucester and District Archaeological Research Group, p. 247.

YOUNG, T.P. & GIBBONS, W. 1999. Sites 273, 278, 2400, 2401,2402, 2403, 2404 In: D. Stephenson, R.E. Bevins, D. Millward, P. Stone, I. Parsons, A.J. Highton and W.J. Wadsworth (eds) British Caledonian Igneous Rocks, Geological Conservation Review, Volume 17. Joint Nature Conservation Committee. 648pp.

THOMAS, G.R. & YOUNG, T.P. 1999. A graphical method to determine furnace efficiency and lining contribution to Romano-British bloomery iron-making slags (Bristol Channel Orefield, UK). In: YOUNG, S.M.M., BUDD, P.D., IXER, R.A. and POLLARD, A.M. (eds). Metals in Antiquity, British Archaeological Reports International Series, 792, 223-226. Archaeopress, Oxford.

THOMAS G.R. & YOUNG, T.P. 1999. Bloomery furnace mass balance and efficiency. In: POLLARD, A.M. (ed) Geoarchaeology: exploration, environments, resources, Geological Society of London, Special Publication, 165, 155-164.

YOUNG, T.P. & THOMAS G.R. 1999. Provenancing iron ore from the Bristol Channel Orefield: the cargo of the Magor Pill Boat. In: POLLARD, A.M. (ed) Geoarchaeology: exploration, environments, resources, Geological Society of London, Special Publication, 165, 103-121.

GIBBONS, W. & YOUNG, T.P. 1999. Mid-Caradoc magmatism in central Llyn, rhyolite petrogenesis, and the evolution of the Snowdonia volcanic corridor in NW Wales. Journal of the Geological Society, London, 156, 301-316.

REDKNAP, M. & YOUNG, T.P 1998. The iron industry of south-east Wales in the 13th century. pp. 112-115 In: Nayling, N. The Magor Pill Medieval Wreck, CBA Research Report 115, Council for British Archaeology.

YOUNG, T.P. & THOMAS, G.R. 1998. The cargo: iron ore analysis. pp. 105-111 In: Nayling, N. The Magor Pill Medieval Wreck, CBA Research Report 115, Council for British Archaeology

MACDONALD, P. & YOUNG, T.P. 1996. Llyn Cerrig Bach: Field Survey 1995. Archaeology in Wales, 35, 20-24.