• Germany M., Bruelheide H., Erfmeier A., 2017: Limited tree richness effects on herb layer composition, richness and productivity in experimental forest stands, Journal of Plant Ecology 10 (1), 190 – 200, doi: 10.1093 / jpe / rtw109.
  • Käppel L., 2017: Heraklits Kosmologie als Praxis von Modellierung, in Fantino E., Muss U., Schubert C., Sier K. (eds.), Heraklit im Kontext, Berlin-Boston, 213 – 232.
  • Käppel L., 2017: The Philosophical Banquet in Greek Literature, in Hellholm D., Sänger D. (eds.), The Eucharist – Its Origins and Contexts. Sacred Meal, Communal Meal, Table Fellowship in Late Antiquity, Early Judaism, and Early Christianity Bd. III, Tübingen, 1519 – 1527.
  • Dal Corso M., Nicosia C., Balista C., Cupito M., Dalla Longa E., Leonardi G., Kirleis W., 2017: Bronze Age crop processing evidence in the phytoliths assemblages from the ditch and fen around Fondo Paviani, northern Italy, Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 26 (1), 5 – 24, doi: 10.1007 / s00334-016-0573-z.
  • Caliebe A., Nebel A., Makarewicz C., Krawczak M., Krause-Kyora B., 2017: Insights into early pig domestication provided by ancient DNA analysis, Science Reports 7, 44550, doi: 10.1038 / srep44550.
  • Maixner F., Krause-Kyora B., Turaev D., Herbig A., Hoopmann M. R., Hallows J. L., Kusebauch U., Vigl E. E., Malfertheiner P., Megraud F., O´Sullivan N., Cipollini G., Coia V., Samadelli M., Engstrand L., Linz B., Moritz R. L., Grimm R., Krause J., Nebel A., Moodley Y., Rattei T., Zink A., 2016: The 5, 300-year-old Helicobacter pylori genome of the Iceman, Science 351, 162 – 165.
  • Makarewicz C., Pederzani S., 2017: Oxygen (δ 18O) isotopic distinction between co-localized wild and domestic goats in the Gobi Desert, Mongolia: Complications to tracking mobility and seasonality in herbivores. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 10.1016 / j.palaeo.2017.01.010.
  • Müller J., 2017: Inheritance, population and social identities. Southeast Europe 5200 – 4300 BCE, in Gori M., Ivanova M. (eds.), Balkan Dialogues. Negotiating Identity between Prehistory and the Present, Routledge, London, 156 – 168.
  • Müller J., 2017: From the Neolithic to the Iron Age – Demography and Social Agglomeration. The Development of Centralized Control, in Fernández-Götz M., Krause D. (eds.), Eurasia at the Dawn of History. Urbanization and Social Change. New York: Cambridge University Press, 106–124.
  • Müller J., Hofmann R., Brandstätter L., Ohlrau R., Videiko M., Chronology and Demography: How Many People Lived in a Mega-site?, in Müller J., Rassmann K., Videiko M. (eds.), 2016: Trypillia Mega-Sites and European Prehistory: 4100 – 3400 BCE. Themes in Contemporary Archaeology 2, London, Routledge, 133 – 170.
  • Butruille C., Krossa V. R., Schwab C., Weinelt M., 2017: Reconstruction of mid- to late-Holocene winter temperatures in the Skagerrak region using benthic foraminiferal Mg / Ca and O - 18, Holocene 27, 63 – 72, doi: 10.1177/0959683616652701.
  • Repschläger J., Garbe-Schönberg C.-D., Weinelt M., Schneider R.R., 2017: Holocene evolution of the North Atlantic subsurface transport, Climate of the Past 13(4), 333-344, doi:10.5194/cp-13-333-2017

Other Publications

  • Müller J., 2017: Großsteingräber Grabenwerke Langhügel: Frühe Monumentalbauten Mitteleuropas. Sonderheft Archäologie in Deutschland, WBG, Darmstadt.
  • Keßler L., Ott K., 2017: Nec provident futuro tempori, sed quasi plane in diem vivant – Sustainable Business in Columella’s De Re Rustica?, in Schliephake C. (ed.): Ecocriticism, Ecology, and the Cultures of Antiquity, Lexington Books, Lanham, 197 – 205.


  • October 23, 2017

    New Publications Müller_2017_Bild    Müller J.: Developments of Population Agglomerations, Social Inequality and Centralized Control  in Neolithic Iron Age Times