Lee G. Broderick, MSc, MA, PhD, FZS


  • Broderick, L.G., 2016. People with Animals: Perspectives and Studies in Ethnozooarchaeology. Oxbow Books Ltd., Oxford.

  • Madgwick, R., Broderick, L.G., 2016. Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences, Volume 8, Issue 2, Special Issue on Taphonomies of Trajectory: Studies on the Movement of Bones.

  • Jervis, B., Broderick, L.G., Grau Sologestoa, I., 2016. Objects, Environment, and Everyday Life in Medieval Europe. Brepols Publishers, Turnhout. doi:10.1484/M.HDL-EB.5.110681


  • Broderick, L.G., Houle, J.-L., Seitsonen, O., In Press. The Circle of Life: Stone Circles and Khirigsuurs in Bronze Age Mongolia. Antiquity.
  • Broderick, L.G., 2019. Animal Bones, in Simmonds, A., & Martin, T., Prehistoric Activity and Burials, Roman Field Boundaries and an Anglo-Saxon Settlement at Shottery, Stratford-Upon-Avon. Transactions of the Shropshire Archaeological and Historical Society 94.

  • Broderick, L.G., 2018. Animal Bones, in: Simmonds, A., Lawrence, S. (Eds.), Footprints from the Past: The South-Eastern Extramural Settlement of Roman Alchester and Rural Occupation of Its Hinterland: The Archaeology of East West Rail Phase 1. Oxford Archaeology, Oxford, pp. 179–186.

  • Seitsonen, O., Houle, J.-L., Broderick, L.G., Woodley, P., Bayarsaikhan, J., 2018. Lithics in the steppe landscape: An off-site spatial analysis of stone artefacts in the Khanuy Valley, Mongolia. Archaeological Research in Asia. doi:10.1016/j.ara.2018.01.003

  • Herbert, R.J.H., Broderick, L.G., Ross, K., Moody, C., Cruz, T., Clarke, L., Stillman, R.A., 2018. Artificial Coastal Lagoons at Solar Salt-Working Sites: A Network of Habitats for Specialised, Protected and Alien Biodiversity. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 203, 1–16. doi:10.1016/j.ecss.2018.01.015

  • Seitsonen, O., Seitsonen, S., Broderick, L.G., Gerasimov, D. V., 2017. Burnt Bones by Europe’s Largest Lake: Zooarchaeology of the Stone Age and Early Metal Period Hunter-Gatherers at Lake Ladoga, NW Russia. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 11, 131–146. doi:10.1016/j.jasrep.2016.11.034

  • Broderick, L.G., 2016. People with Animals: A Perspective of Ethnozooarchaeology, in: Broderick, L.G. (Ed.), People with Animals: Perspectives and Studies in Ethnozooarchaeology. Oxbow Books Ltd., Oxford, pp. 2–7.

  • Broderick, L.G., Wallace, M., 2016. Manure: Valued by Farmers, Undervalued by Zooarchaeologists, in: Broderick, L.G. (Ed.), People with Animals: Perspectives and Studies in Ethnozooarchaeology. Oxbow Books Ltd., Oxford, pp. 34–41.

  • Jervis, B., Broderick, L.G., Grau Sologestoa, I., 2016. Introduction: Everyday Life in Medieval Europe, in: Jervis, B., Broderick, L.G., Grau Sologestoa, I. (Eds.), Objects, Environment, and Everyday Life in Medieval Europe. Brepols Publishers, Turnhout, pp. 1–15. doi:10.1484/M.HDL-EB.5.109535

  • Broderick, L.G., Seitsonen, O., Bayarsaikhan, J., Houle, J.-L., 2016. Lambs to the Slaughter: A Zooarchaeological Investigation of Stone Circles in Mongolia. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 26, 537–543. doi:10.1002/oa.2425

  • Madgwick, R., Broderick, L.G., 2016. Taphonomies of Trajectory: The Pre- and Post-Depositional Movement of Bones. Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 8, 223–226. doi:10.1007/s12520-015-0287-7

  • Broderick, L.G., 2015. Dead Choughed... Palores 54, 16.

  • Broderick, L.G., 2015. Book Review: Two Oxen Ahead: Pre-Mechanized Farming in the Mediterranean by P. Halstead. Environmental Archaeology 20, 106–107. doi:10.1179/1461410314Z.00000000099

  • Broderick, L.G., Houle, J.-L., Seitsonen, O., Bayarsaikhan, J., 2014. The Mystery of the Missing Caprines: Stone Circles at the Great Khirigsuur in the Khanuy Valley. Studia Archaeologica (Археологийн судлал) XXXIV, 164–174.

  • Broderick, L.G., 2014. Commercial Zooarchaeology of the “Modern” Era: A Survey of Attitudes and Practices. Anthropozoologica 49, 19–32. doi:10.5252/az2014n1a02

  • Seitsonen, O., Houle, J.-L., Broderick, L.G., 2014. GIS Approaches to Past Mobility and Accessibility: An Example from the Bronze Age Khanuy Valley, Mongolia, in: Leary, J. (Ed.), Past Mobilities: Archaeological Approaches to Movement and Mobility. Ashgate, Farnham, Surrey, pp. 79–112.

  • Broderick, L.G., 2014. Book Review: Fox, H. 2012. Dartmoor’s Alluring Uplands: Transhumance and Pastoral Management in the Middle Ages. Assemblage. URL http://www.assemblage.group.shef.ac.uk/reviews/book-reviews/201-fox-h-2012-dartmoors-alluring-uplands (accessed 3.5.14).

  • Prendergast, M.E., Mabulla, A.Z.P., Grillo, K.M., Broderick, L.G., Seitsonen, O., Gidna, A.O., Gifford-Gonzalez, D.P., 2013. Pastoral Neolithic Sites on the Southern Mbulu Plateau, Tanzania. Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa 48, 498–520. doi:10.1080/0067270X.2013.841927

  • Broderick, L.G., Houle, J.-L., 2013. More than Just Horse: Dietary Breadth and Subsistence in Bronze Age Central Mongolia. Mongolian Journal of Anthropology, Archaeology and Ethnology 9, 1.

  • Broderick, L.G., 2012. Conference Report: 33rd AEA Conference: Environmental Archaeologies of Neolithisation, 9th-12th November, Reading, UK. AEA Newsletter 118, 16–18.

  • Broderick, L.G., 2012. Book Review: Food, Craft and Status in Medieval Winchester: The Plant and Animal Remains from the Suburbs and City Defences by Dale Serjeantson and Helen Rees. Hortulus. URL http://hortulus-journal.com/journal/volume-7-number-1-2011/broderick/ (accessed 3.5.14).

  • Broderick, L.G., 2012. Book Review: Living with Herds: Human-Animal Coexistence in Mongolia. By Natasha Fijn. pp. xix, 274. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2011. Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society 22, 475–477. doi:10.1017/S1356186312000211

  • Broderick, L.G., 2012. Ritualisation (or The Four Fully-Articulated Ungulates of The Apocalypse), in: Pluskowski, A. (Ed.), The Ritual Killing and Burial of Animals: European Perspectives. Oxbow Books Ltd., Oxford, pp. 22–32.

  • Broderick, L.G., 2012. Book Review: EthnoZooArchaeology: The Past and Present of Human-Animal Relationships, by Umberto Albarella and Angela Trentacoste, editors. Ethnoarchaeology 4, 108–110. doi:10.1179/eth.2012.4.1.108

  • Houle, J.-L., Broderick, L.G., 2011. Settlement Patterns and Domestic Economy of the Xiongnu in Khanui Valley, Mongolia, in: Brosseder, U., Miller, B.K. (Eds.), Xiongnu Archaeology: Multidisciplinary Perspectives of the First Steppe Empire in Inner Asia. Vor- und Frühgeschichtliche Archäologie Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn, Bonn, pp. 137–152.

  • Broderick, L.G., Madgwick, R., Adams, H., Faucher, A.-M., 2009. CONFERENCE REPORT: AEA 30th Anniversary Meeting: Environmental Archaeology in a Changing World, 3rd-6th September 2009, York, UK. AEA Newsletter 106, 11–13.

  • Broderick, L.G., Law, M.J., Wallace, M., de Carle, D.E., 2009. An Open Letter to the AEA, Concerning Accreditation. AEA Newsletter 106, 14.


  • Broderick, L.G., 2017. Social Taphonomy: Agency, Biography and Chaîne Opératoire of Cattle Bones in a Mediaeval European City. University of York: Unpublished PhD dissertation.

  • Broderick, L.G., 2014. A Review of Subsistence in Mediaeval Cornwall and Analysis of the Mammal Bones from Mediaeval Gwithian. University of Exeter: Unpublished MA dissertation.

  • Broderick, L.G., 2008. Analysis of the Faunal Material Excavated Between 2003 and 2007 from West Halton, Lincolnshire. University of Sheffield: Unpublished MSc dissertation.

  • Broderick, L.G., 2007. Analysis of the Animal Bone Assemblage from 12th Century Queen St., Exeter. University of Exeter: Unpublished BA dissertation.


  • Broderick, L.G., 2015. Assessment of the Zooarchaeological Assemblage from the 2015 Excavations at Bristol Castle. zooarchaeology.co.uk report for Bristol & West Archaeology Ltd., Bristol.



  • Broderick, L.G., 2015. Choughed to Bits. Cornwall Today, April 4.


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