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2014

Menotti, Francesco and Jennings, Benjamin and Gollnisch-Moos, Hartmut. (2014) 'Gifts for the gods' : lake-dwellers' macabre remedies against floods in the Central European Bronze Age. Antiquity, Vol. 88, no. 340. S. 456-469.

Menotti, Francesco and Jennings, Benjamin and Gollnisch-Moos, Hartmut. (2014) 'Gifts for the Gods': lake-dwellers' macabre remedies against floods in the Central European Bronze Age. Antiquity, Vol. 88, no. 340. S. 456-469.

Jennings, Benjamin. (2014) Repair, recycle or re-use? : creating mnemonic devices through the modification of object biographies during the Late Bronze Age in Switzerland. Cambridge archaeological journal, Vol. 24, no. 1. S. 163-176.

Jennings, Benjamin. (2014) Travelling Objects. Changing Values. The role of northern Alpine lake-dwelling communities in excange and communication networks during the Late Bronze Age. Archaeopress Archaeology. Oxford.

2013

Jennings, Benjamin and Wiemann, Philipp. (2013) Theorizing the Biographies of Wetland Settlement Utilizing Insights from Micromorphological Analysis. Journal of wetland archaeology, Vol. 13. S. 59-70.

2012

Jennings, Benjamin. (2012) When the going gets tough...? : climatic or cultural influences for the LBA abandonment of circum-alpine lake-dwellings. In: Collapse of continuity?. Bonn, S. 85-99.

Jennings, Benjamin. (2012) Settling and moving: a biographical approach to interpreting patterns of occupation in LBA Circum-Alpine lake-dwellings. Journal of wetland archaeology, Vol. 12, no. 1. S. 1-21.

Wiemann, Philipp and Kühn, M. and Heitz-Weniger, A. and Stopp, B. and Jennings, B. and Rentzel, P. and Menotti, F.. (2012) Zurich-Alpenquai : a multidisciplinary approach to the chronological development of a Late Bronze Age lakeside settlement in the northern Circum-Alpine Region. Journal of Wetland Archaeology, 12 (1). pp. 58-85.