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Curriculum Vitae

Daniella E. Bar-Yosef Mayer
Addresses:
Department of Maritime Civilizations

University of Haifa

Haifa 31905

Israel


baryosef@research.haifa.ac.il

Phone +972-4-8240737

Fax +972-4-8249876

http://hcc.haifa.ac.il/Departments/maritime/staff/dbaryosef.htm


Home: P.O.B. 734

Zur Moshe 42810

Israel

Phone: +972-9-8944405



Cell: +972-54-5919955

Fax: +972-9-8944406


Additional Academic Appointments:
*Researcher, Natural History Collections, Department of Zoology, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel. (since 2008).
*Adjunct, Graduate School of Medicine, Tel Aviv Univesity, Tel Aviv (since 2008).
*Senior researcher, The Leon Recanati Institute for Maritime Studies, University of Haifa. (since 2007).
*Associate, Peabody Museum for Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University, Cambridge MA 02138, U.S.A. (since 1990).

Nationality: Israeli and American (dual citizenship).

Place and Date of Birth: Jerusalem, December 28, 1956.

Marital Status: Married, two children (born 1984, 1988).


Education

2000-2002 Post-doctorate, Department of Anthropology, Peabody Museum, Harvard University (sponsored by the Wenner-Gren Foundation and the American School of Prehistoric research). Supervisors: Prof. D.R. Pilbeam and Prof. C.C. Lamberg-Karlovsky.

2000 Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Ph.D. in Archaeology. Advirosrs: Prof. Anna Belfer-Cohen and Prof. Eitan Tchernov.

1989 Hebrew University of Jerusalem, M.A. in Prehistoric Archaeology.

(Specialized in Zooarchaeology of molluscs)

1980 Hebrew University of Jerusalem, B.A. in Geography and Archaeology

1977 Harvard University Summer School, “Introduction to Social Anthropology”.


Scholarships and grants

2007 CARE Archaeological Foundation: Insight into Hunter-Gatherers’ Life: The Role of Dentalium Shells in Late Epipalaeolithic Sites of the Levant.

2005-9 Yad Hanadiv: The Emergence of Stone Beads at the Dawn of Farming: Raw Materials, Technology, Chronology and Exchange.

2005-9 Israel Science Foundation: The Emergence of Stone Beads at the Dawn of Farming: Raw Materials, Technology, Chronology and Exchange.

2003-5 Ministry of Absorption, State of Israel. Absorption in Science program.

2001-2 Wenner-Gren Foundation Hunt Postdoctoral Fellowship.

1998 Travel Award from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem for participation in ASWA conference

1992-5; 2001 American School of Prehistoric Research - Shells of Çayönü, Turkey.

1992 Irene Levi-Sala Care Archaeological Foundation - Grant for study of Neolithic Shell Assemblages.

1991 Irene Levi-Sala Care Archaeological Foundation - Grant for study of Harifian Shell Assemblages.


Teaching

2003 - 2009 Department of Maritime Civilizations, University of Haifa. Courses taught:

Shells and Molluscs in the archaeological record

Introduction to Malacology

Introduction to Maritime Civilizations

Scientific writing

2008-2009 Tel Aviv Univeristy, Graduate School of Medicine: Scientific Writing.

2007 Marine Sciences Program, Ruppin Academic Center: Shells and Molluscs in the archaeological record.

2004 Institute of Archaeology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem: Beads and Ornaments: Archaeological and Antrhopological Perspectives.

2000, 2001 Harvard University Extension School: Archaeology of the Holy Land.

1975-1977 Israel Defense Forces, Instructor.

Research Experience

1. Field Work


2008 Çatalhöyük, Turkey. Dircted by Ian Hodder.

1992-2000 Hayonim Cave, Western Galilee co-directed by

B. Vandermeersch and O. Bar-Yosef.

1982-4,6-7: Five seasons at Kebara Cave, Mt. Carmel co-directed by

B. Vandermeersch and O. Bar-Yosef.

1981: Bois Roche, Charente, France, directed by Prof. B. Vandermeersch.

1980: Har Harif (site G8) directed by A.N. Goring-Morris.

1979: Hayonim Cave, directed by O. Bar-Yosef

1979: Ujrat el Mehed, southern Sinai, directed by O. Bar-Yosef

1978: Tel Yoqne'am, directed by A. Ben-Tor.


2. Laboratory Research:
Analysis of molluscan assemblages from the following archaeological sites:

1. Sde Boqer (Early Islamic; excavated by Y. Nevo)

2. Yiftah’el (Early Bronze and Neolithic; excavated by E. Braun and Y.Garfinkel)

3. Urkan e-Rubb (Kebaran; excavated by E. Hovers).

4. Hatoula (PPNA and Natufian; excavated by M. Lechevallier)

5. Salibiya I (Natufian; excavated by P. Crabtree, D. Campana and A. Belfer-Cohen).

6. Epipalaeolithic sites of the Negev (excavated by A.N. Goring-Morris).

7. Netiv Hagdud (PPNA; excavated by O. Bar-Yosef and A. Gopher).

8. Five Pre Pottery Neolithic sites in Southern Sinai (excavated by O. Bar-Yosef).

9. Palmachim (Early Bronze; excavated by R. Reich).

10. Tel Qasis (Early Bronze; excavated by A. Ben-Tor).

11. Tel Erani (Bronze Age; Site excavated in the '50's. Material now analysed by B. Brandl, Antiquities Authority of State of Israel).

12. Nahal Issaron (Pre Pottery Neolithic; excavated by A.N. Goring-Morris and

A. Gopher).

13. Rosh Horsha, Ramat Harif, Shluhat Harif - Natufian and Harifian sites excavated by A.N. Goring-Morris.

14. Horvat Galil, Nahal Betzet - Neolithic sites excavated by A. Gopher.

15. Kfar Hahoresh - Neolithic site excavated by A.N. Goring-Morris.

16. Horvat Anim - Byzantine/Early Isalmic site excavated by D.Amit.

17. Ein Ziq - Middle Bronze Age site, excavated by R. Cohen.

18. Kisufim - Chalcolithic site excavated by Y. Goren and P. Fabian.

19. Be'er Resisim - Middle Bronze Age site, excavated by R. Cohen.

20. Kadesh Barne'a - Iron Age fortress, excavated by R. Cohen.

21. Gilat - Chalcolithic site excavated by T. Levy.

22. Shiqmim - Chalcolithic site excavated by T. Levy.

23. Grar - Chalcolithic site excavated by I. Gilead.

24. Neolithic-EB sites in Southern Sinai - topic of PhD Dissertation.

25. Israel Antiquities Authority - various sites studies in 1994-5: Bet Guvrin, Azor, Shoham, Third Wall, Horvat Rakik, Elat and Shaharut.

26. Saflulim - Natufian site in the Negev, excavated by N. Goring-Morris.

27. Hallan Çemi - PPNA site in Turkey, excavated by M. Rosenberg.

28. Çayönü - Neolihtic site in Turkey, directed by M. Özdogan.

29. Summer 1997-8: Megiddo, Tell Hamid, Tel Lachish, Tel Beth She'an, Tel Batash, Meged Rockshelter, Ohalo, Peqi'in, Nahal Zehorah.

30. Tel Yarmout, Hayonim Cave layer C.

31. Summer 2000: Nahal Oren, Neolithic Ashkelon, Gilgal, Hayonim B.

32. Summer 2001: Lod (EBI), Eynan, El Wad Terrace, Neve David.

33. Ayn Abu Nukhayla (Jordan).

34. Abu Gosh

35. Kh. Rasm, Tel Assawir, Barkai, Tel Rehov.

36. Akko (Remez), Tel Burnat

37. City of David, Second Temple Jerusalem dump.

38. Coastal Adaptation in the Late Stone Age of Eritrea; The Shell Midden of Asfet.

39. 2007 - Çayönü - Neolihtic site in Turkey, directed by M. Özdogan and A. Erim.

40. 2008 – Çatalhöyük, Turkey, directed by Ian Hodder.

41. 2008 – Rakefet Cave, Mt. Carmel.

Analysis of stone bead assemblages from the following archaeological sites:

1999 - Peqi’in Chalcolithic burial cave.

2001 - Gilgal, Eynan.

2005 - 2008 The earliest stone Beads, project based on analysis of 20 Natufian and Neolithc sites.

2006 – Horvat Gilan, Assawir Early Bronze Age stone bead assemblages.

2007 – Shell beads of Mezraa Tleilat, Turkey.



Other experience and Employment

2000 Consultation to Registrar of Museum of Fine Arts, Boston: Shell identification of Native American jewelry.

1994-1995 Researcher, Scientific division, Israel Antiquities Authority, Jerusalem.

1993-1994 Assistant curator, Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology.

1992 Cataloguer, Judaica Department, Harvard College Library.

1981-1987 Administrative Assistant to O. Bar-Yosef.

1981 Israel Youth Hostel Association - Excursions coordinator.

1980 Research Assistant in Historical Geography, to Prof. Ruth Kark, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

1979 Assistant in Archaeometry Laboratory, to Prof. Isidore Perlman, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

1975-1977 Israel Defense Forces (compulsory service), instructor.



Participation in conferences (*invited)

2009 Annual meeting of the Israeli Association for Aquatic Sciences. Mikhmoret. Paper presented: The aquatic resources of the Natufian culture.

2009* Bead technology workshop, British Museum, London. Paper presented: Shell Bead Technology from the Palaeolithic through the Iron Age in the Levant.

2008* Workshop: Shell Energy: Prehistoric Coastal Resource Strategies in Dakar, Senegal. Paper presented: Late Stone Age Shell Middens on the Red Sea Coast of Eritrea.

2008* Society for American Archaeology, Vancouver, Canada. Paper presented: Natufian Symbolism and Plant Domestication: A View from Stone Beads.

2008 ICAZ (International Council for Archaeo-Zoology) Archaeomalacology Work Group, Santander, Spain. Paper presented: Shells and Ochre in Middle Paleolithic Qafzeh Cave, Israel: Indications for Modern Behavior.

2007 ASOR (American Schools of Oriental Research) meeting, San Diego, California. Paper presented: Early Neolithic Stone Beads of Gilgal.

2007* Society for American Archaeology, Austin, Texas. Paper presented: The Shell Beads of Ayn Abu Nukheyla.

2006 Annual Meeting of the Israel Prehistoric Society. Paper presented: The Stone Beads of Gilgal.

2006* Techniques and People: anthropological perspectives on technology in the archaeology of the proto-historic and early historic periods in the Southern Levant. Jerusalem: Centre de Recherche Français de Jérusalem. Paper presented: Steatite Beads in the Chalcolithic of the Levant: Long Distance Trade and Mode of Production.

2006 ICAZ (International Council for Archaeo-Zoology), Mexico City. Paper Presented: Mediterranean, Red Sea, and Nilotic Shell Artifacts in the Levant: Their place between Egypt and Mesopotamia of the Bronze Age.

2006* ICAANE: International Conference on the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East. Participated in Workshop on Trade in the Bronze Age. Paper Presented: Shell Artifacts in the Bronze Age of the Levant: Their Contribution to the Reconstruction of Trade and Exchange.

2006 Excavations and Researches in the North of Israel, University of Haifa. Paper presented: Steatite beads from Chalcolithic Peqi’in.

2005* EHIM: Early Human Impact on Megamollusks, Margarita Island, Venzuela. Paper presented: Mediterranean, Red Sea, and Nilotic Shell Artifacts in the Levant: Their place between Egypt and Mesopotamia of the Bronze Age.

2005* Environmental Archaeology, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat Gan. Paper presented: Shells in the archaeological record: Lachish as a case study.

2005 ICAZ (International Council for Archaeo-Zoology) Archaeomalacology Work Group, Gainesville, Florida. Paper presented: Interpreting Dentalium shells in the Levant.

2004 Israel Prehistoric Society, Jerusalem. Paper presented: Interpreting Dentalium shells in the Levant.

2004 Society for American Archaeology, Montreal, Canada. Paper presented: Interpreting Dentalium shells in the Levant.

2003* ASOR meeting, Atlanta, Georgia. Paper presented: Nawamis, Shells, and Early Bronze Age Pastoralism.

2002 ASOR meeting, Toronto, Canada. Paper presented: New Evidence for Chalcolithic Pyrotechnology: Glazed Steatite Beads at Peqi’in.

2002 ICAZ (International Council for Archaeo-Zoology), Durham UK. Session organizer: Archaeomalacology.

2002 ICAZ, Durham UK. Paper presented: From Statue Decoration to Floor Foundation: The role of Glycymeris in the Levant.

2001 ASOR meeting, Broomfield CO. Paper presented: Trade in the Late Bronze and Iron Ages as Reflected by the Mollusc Shells of Lachish, Megiddo and Beth Shean.

2001 Society for American Archaeology, New Orleans, Louisiana.

2000 ASWA (Archaeozoology of Southwest Asia), Irbid, Jordan. Paper presented: The Shells of the nawamis in southern Sinai.

1999 ASOR meeting, Boston. Paper presented: Bangles, Food and Money: Mollusc Shells from the Archaeology of the Levant.

1999 Society for American Archaeology meetings, Chicago. Paper presented: The Early Neolithic Tribes in the Levant (co-authored with O. Bar-Yosef).

1998 ASWA (Archaeozoology of Southwest Asia), Paris. Paper presented: The economic importance of molluscs in the Levant.

1998 Egyptian-Canaanite Interaction during the Fourth and Third Millennia B.C. Jerusalem. Paper presented: Egyptian-Canaanite Interaction during the Fourth and Third Millennia B.C.:The Shell Connection.

1996 Stone Bead Conference, San Antonio, Texas.

1995 21st Archaeological Congress, Jerusalem, Israel. Paper presented: Technology of Shell Working.

1993 Society for Ethnobiology, Boston, Massachusetts. Paper presented: The economic role of shells in the Levant during the Neolithic and Early Bronze Ages.

1991 Society for American Archaeology, New Orleans, Louisiana.

1990 6th International Conference for Archaeozoology (ICAZ), Washington D.C.. Paper presented: A Neolithic Shell Bead Industry from Sinai.

1989* Natufian conference; Valbonne, France. Paper presented: Changes in the selection of marine shells during the transition from the Natufian to the Neolithic.

1987 Shell Bead Conference, Rochester, New York. Paper presented: Late Paleolithic and Neolithic Marine shells in the southern Levant as cultural markers.

1986 5th International Conference for Archaeozoology (ICAZ), Bordeaux. Paper presented (with O. Bar-Yosef): Diachronic changes in shell use from the Upper Palaeolithic through the Chalcolithic in the Southern Levant.

1985 Society for American Archaeology, Denver, Colorado.

1982-1988 Annual meetings of the Israel Prehistoric Society.

Public and Scientific Lectures (not in conferences)

5 May, 2009 Department of Archaeology, University of Haifa. Between superstition and science: Beads in foraging, farming and herding societies of the Levant.

4 May, 2009 Department of Archaeology, Tel Aviv University. Between superstition and science: Beads in foraging, farming and herding societies of the Levant.

22 October 2008 CNRS Dating labs, Gif sur Yvette, France. The contribution of shell studies to archaeology.

26 July 2008 Çatalhöyük Excavations team. The contribution of shell studies to archaeology.

27 June 2008 Centre for Archaeological Research, Australian National University, Canberra. Beads: From Foragers to Farmers in the Southern Levant.

11 March 2008 Institute of Archaeology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

Late Stone Age Shell Middens on the Red Sea Coast of Eritrea.

25 Feb, 2008 Laboratroire d’anatomie comparée, Musée National d’Histoire Naturelle, Paris. Shells and Ochre in Middle Paleolithic Qafzeh Cave,Israel: Indications for Modern Behavior.

26 Sept. 2007 Department of Anthropology, Harvard University. Beads: From Foragers to Farmers in the Southern Levant.

31 May 2007 Excavations at Kebara Cave, 1983. Maagan Michael Regional High School.

24 April 2007, Department of Anthropology, Stony Brook University, The Contribution of Shell Studies to Archaeology.

1 March 2007, Kimmel Center for Archaeological Sciences, Weizmann Institute, Interpreting Dentalium shells in the Levant.

9 February 2007, Maison d’archeologie, University of Paris X, Nanterre, The Contribution of Shell Studies to Archaeology.

9 October 2006, National Museum of Eritrea, Asmara, The Contribution of Shell Studies to Archaeology.

11 July 2006 Field School, Dor Excavations, The Contribution of Shell Studies to Archaeology.

April 2004 The Contribution of Malacology to Archaeology. Institute of Evolution, University of Haifa.

January 2004 The Contribution of Malacology to Archaeology. Dept. of Evolution, Systematics and Ecology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

29 April 2003 Beads and Shells in Archaeology: A Methodological Approach. Division of Prehistory, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

8 April 2003 The Use and Exchange of Shells along the Levantine Coast: An Archaeology and Anthropological Analysis. Department of Maritime Civilizations, University of Haifa.

25 March 2003, An anthropological approach to shells in archaeology. Tel Aviv University (Friends of the Institute of Archaeology).

24 March 2003, Introduction to shells in archaeology, Guest lecturer in the course Archaeozoology, University of Haifa.

24 March 2003, Steatite beads from Peqi’in: Their bearing on the Chalcolithic of the Levant. Department of Archaoelogy, University of Haifa.

31 July 2002 Shells in Archaeology: an introduction. Kefar Ha-Horesh Field School.

19 July 2001 She sells sea shells: Shells in Archaeology. Department of Scientific Archaeology, Weizmann Institute.

28 March 2001 The Economic Importance of Shells in the Levant. Dept. of Anthropology, Istanbul University.

1987-2000 Various guest lectures at: University of Michigan, Harvard University - Dept. of Anthropology, Harvard University - Semitic Museum, Boston University, University of Massachusetts- Boston, University of Haifa, Tel-Aviv University, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Hadassah Women - Brookline MA, Winn Brook School, Belmont, MA., Chenery Middle School, Belmont, MA. Israeli Complementary School, Brookline MA.

December 9, 1998 Guest appearance on MCET (Massachusetts Corporation for Educational Telecommunications), live broadcast of educational TV on Prehistoric life.




Membership in Organisations

2000- present International Council for Archaeozoology

2000- present Israel Malacological Society

1999- present American School of Oriental Research

1997- present The Bead Study Trust

1991- present Society of Bead Researchers

1991- present Society for American Archaeology

1985- present Israel Prehistoric Society.

1984-1995 Israeli Association of Archaeologists.


Service to the community

2003 – present Liaison of the Archaeo-malacology Work Group to the Executive Committee of International Council for Archaeozoology (ICAZ).


2006 - 2007 Member of teaching committee, Department of Maritime Civilizations, University of Haifa.


2007 - present Member of Editorial Board, Recanati Institute of Maritime Studies Newsletter.

Supervising Students

Yona Levin, Dept. of Maritime Civilizations, University of Haifa, 2007. MA thesis: The Genetic Structure of the Green Turtle (Chelonia mydas) Population Along the Mediterranean Coast of Israeli, and Interactions between Human and Marine Turtle in Ancient Civilizations. (co-adviser: Prof. E. Spanier).


Ashton J. Spatz, Dept. of Anthropology, Univeristy of Tulsa, 2008. MA thesis: Ornamental marine mollusc shells from the Pre-Pottery Neolithic B site of Ayn Abu Nukhayla, Southern Jordan, and implications for exchange networks in the Southern Levant. (Committee member).

Aldona Kurzawska, National Academy of Science, Poznan, Poland. Ph.D. Thesis: Insight into Hunter-Gatherers’ Life: The Role of Dentalium Shells in Late Epipalaeolithic Sites of the Levant. (Co-adviser: Prof. Michal Kobusiewicz). In progress.


Naomi Shifris, University of Haifa MA thesis: The Phoenician Iron Age II bead assemblage: The Achziv Cemeteries as a Test case. (Co-adviser: Ayelet Gilboa). In progress.
Hagar Ben-Bassat, University of Haifa MA thesis: Beads and Pendants at Tel Dor During the Early Iron Age: Origin, Technology and Social Perspectives. (Co-adviser: Ayelet Gilboa). In progress.

Daniella E. Bar-Yosef Mayer

List of Publications
Ph.D. Dissertation:

The Role of Shells in the Reconstruction of Socio-Economic Aspects of Neolithic through Early Bronze Age societies in Sinai. The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1999.

Advisors: Prof. Eitan Tchernov and Prof. Anna Belfer-Cohen
M.A. thesis:

Marine Molluscs from Neolithic sites in Southern Sinai. Institute of Archaeology. The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. 1989.

Advisors: Prof. Eitan Tchernov and Prof. Paul Goldberg



Edited Volume


Bar-Yosef Mayer, D.E. (editor), 2005, Archaeomalacology: Molluscs in Former Environments of Human Behaviour. Oxbow Books, Oxford. (Reviewed by Robert J. C. Mowat in International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, 35/2 (2006): 349-351).

Published papers



Peer-Reviewed Journals
Bar-Yosef Mayer, D.E. and Beyin, A. 2009, Late Stone Age Shell Middens on the Red Sea Coast of Eritrea. Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology 4: 108-124.
Bar-Yosef Mayer, D.E., Vandermeersch, B. and O. Bar-Yosef, 2009, Modern Behavior of Anatomically Modern Humans: Shells and ochre from Qafzeh Cave, Israel. Journal of Human Evolution. 56: 307–314
Nadel D., Lengyel G., Bocquentin F., Tsatskin A., Rosenberg D., Yeshurun R., Bar-Oz G., Bar-Yosef Mayer D.E., Beeri R., Conyers L., Filin S., Hershkovitz I., Kurzawska A., Weissbrod, L. 2008, The Late Natufian at Raqefet Cave: The 2006 Excavation Season. Journal of the Israel Prehistoric Society 38: 59-131.
Bar-Yosef Mayer, D.E., 2008, Dentalium Shells Used by Hunter-Gatherers and Pastoralists in the Levant. Archaeofauna 17: 103-110.
Daniella E. Bar-Yosef Mayer and Naomi Porat, 2008, Green Stone Beads at the Dawn of Agriculture, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the U.S.A. 105(25): 8548-8551.
Daniella E. Bar-Yosef Mayer, 2007, Archaeomalacological Research in Israel: The Current State of Research. Israel Journal of Earth Sciences 56(2-4): 191–206.
Valla F. R., H. Khalaily, H. Valladas, E. Kaltnecker, F. Bocquentin, T. Cabellos, D. E. Bar-Yosef Mayer, G. Le Dosseur, L. Regev, V. Chu, S. Weiner, E. Boaretto, N. Samuelian, B. Valentin, S. Delerue, G. Poupeau, A. Bridault, R. Rabinovich, T. Simmons, I. Zohar, S. Ashkenazi, A. Delgado Huertas, B. Spiro, H. K. Mienis, A. M. Rosen, N. Porat, A. Belfer-Cohen, 2007, Les Fouilles de Ain Mallha (Eynan) de 2003 à 2005 : quatrième rapport préliminaire. Journal of the Israel Prehistoric Society 37: 135-383.
Mina Weinstein-Evron, Daniel Kaufman, Noga Bachrach, Guy Bar-Oz, Daniella E. Bar-Yosef Mayer, Sylvia Chaim, Dothan Druck, Iris Groman-Yaroslavski, Israel Hershkovitz, Nataly Liber, Danny Rosenberg, Alexander Tsatskin, and Lior Weissbrod, 2007, After 70 Years: New Excavations at the el-Wad Terrace, Mount Carmel, Israel. Journal of the Israel Prehistoric Society 37: 1-99.
Bar-Oz, G., R. Bouchnik, E. Weiss, L. Weissbrod, D. E. Bar-Yosef Mayer and R. Reich 2007, “Holy Garbage”: A Quantitative Study of the City-Dump of Early

Roman Jerusalem. Levant 39:1-12.


Sivan, D., Potasman M., Almogi-Labin A., Bar-Yosef Mayer D.E., Spanier E. and E. Boaretto. 2006, The Glycymeris query along the coasts and shallow shelf of Israel, southeast Mediterranean. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 233 :134-148.
Garfinkel, Y., Dag, D., Hesse, B., Wapnish, P., Rookis, D., Hartman, G., Bar-Yosef Mayer, D.E. and O. Lernau, 2005, Neolithic Ashkelon: Meat Processing and Early Pastoralism on the Mediterranean Coast. Eurasian Prehistory 3(1): 43-72.
Lengyel, G., Nadel, D., Tsatskin A., Bar-Oz, G., Bar-Yosef Mayer D.E., Be’eri, R., and I. Hershkovitz 2005, Back to Raqefet Cave, Mount Carmel, Israel. Journal of the Israel Prehistoric Society 35: 245-270.
Bar-Yosef Mayer D.E., 2005, Pelecypod Beds Revisited: Glycymeris in Bronze Age Sites. Journal of the Israel Prehistoric Society 35: 45-52.
Bar-Yosef Mayer, D.E., 2005, The Exploitation of Shells as Beads in the Palaeolithic and Neolithic of the Levant. Paléorient 31/1: 176-185.
Kuhn, S.L., A. Belfer-Cohen, O. Barzilai, M.C. Stiner, K.W. Kerry, N. Munro, D.E. Bar-Yosef Mayer, 2004, The Last Glacial Maximum at Meged Rockshelter, Upper Galilee, Israel. Journal of the Israel Prehistoric Society. 34:5-47.
Valla F.R., Khalaily H., Valladas H., Tinerat-Laborde N., Samuelian N., Bocquentin F., Rabinovich R., Bridault A., Simmons T., Le Dosseur G., Miller-Rosen A., Dubreuil L., Bar-Yosef Mayer D., Belfer-Cohen A., 2004, Les fouilles à Mallaha en 2000 et 2001 : 3ème rapport préliminaire. Journal of the Israel Prehistoric Society.34:49-244.
Bar-Yosef Mayer, D.E., N. Porat, Z. Gal, D. Shalem and H. Smithline, 2004, Steatite Beads at Peqi’in: Long Distance Trade and Pyro-Technology during the Chalcolithic of the Levant. Journal of Archaeological Science 31:493-502.
Nadel, D., A. Tsatskin, D.E. Bar-Yosef Mayer, M. Belmaker, E. Boaretto, M.E.

Kislev, I. Hershkovitz, R. Rabinovich, O. Simchoni, T. Simmons, E. Weiss, I. Zohar, G. Emmer, T. Ghraieb, U. Grinberg, P. Spivak, L. Weissbrod and Y.

Zaidner, 2003, The Ohalo II 2001 Season of Excavation: A Preliminary Report. Journal of the Israel Prehistoric Society 33: 9-36.
Nadel D., A. Tsatskin, D.E. Bar-Yosef Mayer, M. Belmaker, E. Boaretto, M.E.

Kislev, I. Hershkovitz, R. Rabinovich, T. Simmons, E. Weiss, I. Zohar, O.

Asfur, G. Emmer, T. Ghraieb, U. Grinberg, H. Halabi, L. Weissbrod and Y.

Zaidner, 2002, The Ohalo II 1999 - 2000 Seasons of Excavation: A Preliminary

Report. Mitekufat Haeven, Journal of the Israel Prehistoric Society

32:17-48.


Bar-Yosef Mayer, D.E. 1999, Mollusc Shells, in: A. Golani and E.C.M. van den Brink, Salvage Excvations at the Early Bronze Age IA Settlement of Azor. ‘Atiqot XXXVIII:1-49.
Bar-Yosef, D.E. 1999, Marine Shells at Saflulim and Rosh Horesha (New Excavations): A Preliminary Report. Palestine Exploration Quarterly January-June:62-64.
Bar-Yosef Mayer, D.E. 1997, Horvat Galil and Nahal Bezet: The molluscs. Tel Aviv 24 (2):223-228.
Bar-Yosef Mayer D.E., 1997, Neolithic Shell Bead Production in Sinai. Journal of Archaeological Science 24:97-111
Goring-Morris, A.N., Y. Goren, L.K. Horwitz, I. Hershkovitz, R. Lieberman, J. Sarel and D. Bar-Yosef, 1994-5, The 1992 Season of Excavations at the Pre-Pottery Neolithic B Settlement of Kefar HaHoresh. Mitekufat Haeven 26:74-121.
Goring-Morris, A.N., Y. Goren, L.K. Horwitz, D. Bar-Yosef, I. Hershkovitz, 1995, Investigations at an Early Neolithic Settlement in the Lower Galilee: results of the 1991 season at Kefar HaHoresh. ‘Atiqot 28:37-62.
Hovers E., L.K. Horwitz, D.E. Bar-Yosef and C. Cope-Miyashiro, 1988, The site of Urkan-e-Rub IIa, A Case Study of Subsistence and Mobility Patterns in the Kebaran period in the Lower Jordan Valley. Mitequfat Ha'Even 21:20-48.
Bar-Yosef D.E. and J. Heller, 1987, Mollusca from Yiftah'el, Lower Galilee, Israel. Paléorient 13(1):131-135.

Peer Reviewed Conference Proceedings
Bar-Yosef Mayer D.E., 2005, An Introduction to Archaeomalacology. In: Bar-Yosef Mayer, D.E. (editor), Archaeomalacology: Molluscs in Former Environments of Human Behaviour. Oxbow Books, Oxford. Pp. 1-4.
Bar-Yosef, O. and D.E. Bar-Yosef Mayer, 2002, Early Neolithic Tribes in the Levant. In: The Archaeology of Tribal Societies. Edited by W.A. Parkinson. International Monographs in Prehistory, Ann Arbor, MI. pp. 340-371.
Excavation Reports
Bar-Yosef Mayer, D.E. and B.A. Gümüs, 2008, Shell archive report 2008

http://www.catalhoyuk.com/archive_reports/
Bar-Yosef Mayer, D.E. 2007, Shell trade at Kadesh Barnea. In: Excavations at Kadesh Barnea (Tell el-Qudeirat) 1976 – 1982 by Rudolph Cohen and Hannah Bernick-Greenberg. Israel Antiquities Authority Reports 34/1:273-283.
Bar-Yosef Mayer D. E. 2006, Mollusc shells from Tel Batash. In N. Panitz-Cohen and A. Mazar (Eds.), Timnah (Tel Batash) III: The Finds from the Second Millennium BCE Qedem 45:315-318.
Bar-Yosef Mayer, D.E. and I. Baruch, 2006, Mollusc Shells, In: Megiddo IV: The 1998-2002 Seasons, edited by I. Finkelstein, D. Ussishkin and B. Halpern. Emery and Claire Yass Publications in Archaeology, Tel Aviv. Pp. 497-504.
Bar-Yosef Mayer, D.E. 2006, Marine and Riverine Shells at Gilat. In: Levy, T. E. Ed. Archaeology, Anthropology and Cult: The Sanctuary at Gilat, Israel. London: Equinox. Pp. 320-326.
Bar-Yosef Mayer D.E., 2006, Construction and Trade: The Shells from Tel Beth-Shean, in Excavations at Tel Beth-Shean 1989-1996, Volume I. From the Late Bronze Age IIB to the Medieval Period, by Amihai Mazar. Israel Exploration Society, Jerusalem. Pp. 711-722.
Bar-Yosef Mayer, D.E., 2004 Section C: The Mollusc Shells. In: D. Ussishkin (ed.). The Renewed Archaeological Excavations at Lachish (1973-1994). Emery and Claire Yass Publications in Archaeology, Monograph Series 22, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv. Vol. V:2490-2503.
Bar-Yosef Mayer, D.E., 2003, A Third Shell Assemblage from Abu Ghosh. In: Khalaily, H. and O. Marder, The Neolithic Site of Abu Ghosh, The 1995 Excavations. IAA Reports 19: 73-74.
Bar-Yosef Mayer, D. E., 2003, Mollusc Shells and Shell Beads. In: I. Beit-Arieh, Archaeology of Sinai: The Ophir Expedition. Tel Aviv, Emery and Claire Yass Publications in Archaeology: 229-241.
Bar-Yosef Mayer D.E., 2003, Shell beads, freshwater clams and landsnails at Tel Qashish. In: A. Ben-Tor, R. Bonfil and S. Zuckerman, Tel Qashish: A Village in the Valley of Jezreel. Report of the Archaeological Excavations (1978-1987), Israel Exploration Society, Jerusalem. Qedem Reports 5:415-423.
Bar-Yosef Mayer D., 2002, Chapter 7: The Shell Pendants. Kissufim Road: A Chalcolithic Mortuary Site, Edited by Y. Goren and P. Fabian. Israel Antiquities Authority Reports 16. Jerusalem. pp.49-52
Bar-Yosef Mayer, D.E. 2000, Appendix IV: A Shell from Horvat ‘Eleq, In: Ramat Hanadiv Excavations by Y. Hirschfeld. Israel Exploration Society, Jerusalem. pp. 749.
Bar-Yosef Mayer, D.E. 2000, Chapter 16: Mollusc Shells, In: Megiddo III: The 1992-1996 Seasons, edited by I. Finkelstein, D. Ussishkin and B. Halpern. Emery and Claire Yass Publications in Archaeology, Tel Aviv University. pp. 478-486
Bar-Yosef, D. 1999, Shells from Three Middle Bronze Age I Sites in the Negev Highlands, In: Ancient Settlement of the Central Negev, edited by R. Cohen. Israel Antiquities Authority, vol. I:322-326 (in Hebrew).
Bar-Yosef Mayer, D.E. 1997, The Marine shells of Yiftah'el Areas A and B. In: Yiftah'el: Salvage and Rescue Excavations at a Prehistoric Village in Lower Galilee, Israel. Edited by E. Braun. Israel Antiquities Authority Reports 2:200-202.
Bar-Yosef Mayer D.E., 1997, Miscellaneous Finds: The Marine Shells from Netiv Hagdud. In: An Early Neolithic Village in the Jordan Valley, Part I: The Archaeology of Netiv Hagdud. Edited by O. Bar-Yosef and A. Gopher. American School of Prehistoric Research Bulletin 43:189-192.
Bar-Yosef, D.E. 1995, The Molluscs from Grar. In: Grar - A Chalclolithic site in the Northern Negev. Edited by Isaac Gilead. Ben Gurion University of the Negev Press. Beer Sheva. pp. 453-462.
Bar-Yosef, D.E. 1994, The Marine Shells. In: Le Gisement de Hatoula en Judée occidentale, Israël. Edited by Monique Lechevallier and Avraham Ronen. Memoires et travaux de centre de recherche Français de Jérusalem. No. 8. Association Paléorient, Paris. pp. 233-238.
Heller J. and D. Bar-Yosef, 1985, Molluscs from the Excavation at Sde Boqer. In: Sde Boqer and the Central Negev, 7th-8th century AD, by Y.D. Nevo, Jerusaelm. p. 33.
Conference Proceedings
Bar-Yosef Mayer D.E., 2008, Mediterranean, Red Sea and Nilotic Shell Artifacts in the Levant: Indicators of Trade Routes in the Bronze Age. In: Early Human Impact on Megamollusks, edited by Andrzej Antczak and Roberto Cipriani. British Archaeological Reports. Oxford: Archaeopress. pp. 197-208.
Bar-Yosef Mayer, D.E. 2005, Shells in the archaeological record: Lachish as a case study. In: Environmental Archaeology, edited by A. Faust and O. Ackerman. Bar-Ilan University. Pp. 105-115. Hebrew.
Bar-Yosef Mayer D.E., 2002, The Shells of the Nawamis in Southern Sinai. In: Archaeozoology of the Near East V. Edited by H. Buitenhuis, A. Choyke, M. Mashkour and A.H. Al-Shiyab. ARC- Publicatie 62, Groningen. pp. 166-180.
Bar-Yosef Mayer, D.E., 2002, Egyptian-Canaanite Interaction during the Fourth and Third Millennia B.C.: The Shell Connection. In: Egypt and the Levant: Interrelations from the 4th through the Early 3rd Millennium B.C.E. Edited by E.C.M. van den Brink and T.E. Levy. Continuum, London. pp. 129-135.
Bar-Yosef Mayer, D.E. 2000, The Economic Importance of Molluscs in the Levant. In: Archaeozoology of the Near East IV A: proceedings of the fourth International Symposium on the Archaeozoology of Southwestern Asia and Adjacent Areas. Edited by M. Mashkour, A.M. Choyke, H. Buitenhuis, and F. Poplin. ARC Publicatie 32, Groningen. pp. 218-227.
Bar-Yosef D.E.,1991, Changes in the selection of marine shells during the transition from the Natufian to the Neolithic. In The Natufian Culture in the Levant. Edited by F. Valla and O. Bar-Yosef. International Monographs in Prehistory, Ann Arbor. pp.629-636.
Crabtree P.J., D.V. Campana, A. Belfer-Cohen and D.E. Bar-Yosef,1991, First Results of the Excavations at Salibiya I, Lower Jordan Valley.In The Natufian Culture in the Levant. Edited by F. Valla and O. Bar-Yosef. Monographs in Prehistory, Ann Arbor. pp.161-172.
Bar-Yosef D.E., 1989, Late Paleolithic and Neolithic Marine shells in the southern Levant as cultural markers. In: Proceedings of the 1986 Shell Bead Conference. Edited by C.F. Hayes and L. Ceci. Rochester Museum and Science Center. Research Records 20:169-174.

Encyclopedia Entries
Bar-Yosef Mayer D.E., 2008, Invertebrate Analysis, In Encyclopedia of Archaeology, edited by Deborah Pearsall. Oxford: Elsevier. Pp. 1560-1565.
Bar-Yosef Mayer D.E., 2001, Shells, Archaeological Encyclopedia of the Holy

Land, Revised and Updated edition. Edited by A. Negev and S. Gibson. Continuum, New York. p. 462.
Papers in edited volumes
Bar-Yosef Mayer, D.E., 2002, The Use of Mollusc Shells by Fisher-Hunter-Gatherers at Ohalo II. In Ohalo II: A 23,000 Year Old Fisher-Hunter-Gatherers’ Camp on the Shore of the Sea of Galilee. Edited by D. Nadel. Reuben and Edith Hecht Museum, University of Haifa, Haifa. pp. 39-41 (Hebrew and English).
Horwitz, Liora Kolska , Eitan Tchernov, Henk K. Mienis, Dalia Hakker-Orion and Daniella E. Bar-Yosef Mayer, 2002, The Archaeozoology of Three Early Bronze Age Sites in Nahal Besor, north-western Negev. In Quest of Ancient Settlements and Landscapes: Archaeological Studies in Honour of Ram Gophna. Edited by E. van den Brink and E. Yannai. Ramot Publishing, Tel Aviv. pp.107-133.
Özdogan, M., A. Özdogan, D. Bar-Yosef and W. Van Zeist, 1993, Çayönü kazisi ve güneydogu analolu karma projesi: 30 yillik genel bir degerlendirme. Kazi sonuçlari toplantisi I. 24-28 Mayis 1993, Ankara. T.C. Kültur bakanligi. pp. 103-122. In Turkish.
Papers in non-refereed journals
Mienis, H.K., Ben-David Zaslow, R., and D.E. Bar-Yosef Mayer, 2006, Glycymeris in the Levant Sea 1. Finds of Recent Glycymeris insubrica in the South East Corner of the Mediterranean Sea. Triton 13 : 5-9.
Bar-Yosef Mayer D.E., 2003, On the Practicalities of Shell Analysis. The Archaeo+Malacology Group Newsletter 3:2-4. http://triton.anu.edu.au/
Bar-Yosef Mayer, D. 1999, Shells from Archaeological Contexts in Israel. Qadmoniot XXXII(117):45-51 (in Hebrew).
Abstracts
Bar-Yosef, D.E., 1988-89, Mollusks as food and ornament in prehistoric times. Israel Journal of Zoology 35:79-80.
Bar-Yosef, D., 1987, The prehistoric use of shells as Jewelry. Mitekufat Haeven 20:182-184 .

Papers in press and submitted



  1. Bar-Yosef Mayer, D.E., The Shells of Nahal Zehorah. In: A. Gopher (ed.) Village Communities of the Pottery Neolithic Period in the Menashe Hills, Israel: Archaeological Investigations at the Nahal Zehora Sites. Emery and Claire Yass Publications in Archaeology, Tel Aviv.




  1. Bar-Yosef Mayer D.E., Peqi’in: The Shell Beads. submitted to IAA series.




  1. Bar-Yosef Mayer, D.E., Shells at Dan. In: Dan Excavations. Edited by D. Ilan.




  1. Bar-Yosef Mayer, D.E., in press, Chapter 13: The Shell Assemblages of the Gilgal sites. In Gilgal: Early Neolithic Occupations in the Lower Jordan Valley, The Excavations of Tamar Noy. Edited by O. Bar-Yosef, A.N. Goring-Morris and A. Gopher. Brill, Boston.




  1. Bar-Yosef Mayer, D.E., in press, Chapter 12: The Stone Beads of the Gilgal Sites. In Gilgal: Early Neolithic Occupations in the Lower Jordan Valley, The Excavations of Tamar Noy. Edited by O. Bar-Yosef, A.N. Goring-Morris and A. Gopher. Brill, Boston.




  1. Bar-Yosef Mayer, D.E., The shells of Shiqmim. In Levy T.E. and Y. Rowan (eds.), Shiqmim II.




  1. Bar-Yosef Mayer, D.E., The Shells of Khirbet e-Rasm In: Khirbet e-Rasm, edited by A. Faust.




  1. Bar-Yosef Mayer, D.E., Nawamis, Shells, and Early Bronze Age Pastoralism. In: Festchrift in honour of Walter Rast. Proceedings of ASOR symposium, 2003.




  1. Bar-Yosef Mayer D.E., in press, Shell Beads and Landsnails at Tel Bareqet. Submitted to I. Paz. Tel Bareqet Excavations.




  1. Bar-Yosef Mayer D.E. and Ashton Spatz, in press, Ayn Abu Nukhayla: Red Sea and Other Shells. In Sands of Time: The Early Neolithic Encampment of Ayn Abu Nukhayla, edited by D.O. Henry.




  1. Bar-Yosef Mayer D.E., and N. Porat, in press, Glazed Steatite Paste Beads in the Chalcolithic of the Levant: Long Distance Trade and Manufacturing Processes. In Techniques and People: anthropological perspectives on technology in the archaeology of the proto-historic and early historic periods in the Southern Levant, edited by S.A. Rosen and V. Roux. Jerusalem: Centre de Recherche Français de Jérusalem.




  1. Bar-Yosef Mayer D.E., in press, Mediterranean and Red Sea Shells of Aro’er. In: Thareani-Sussely, Y, (ed.). Tel Aroer: An Iron Age II Caravan Town and a Roman Settlement in the Negev. Avraham Biran (1975-1982) and Rudolph Cohen (1975-1976) Excavations. Annual of the Nelson Glueck School of Biblical Archaeology. Jerusalem




  1. Daniella E. Bar-Yosef Mayer and Irit Zohar, The Role of Aquatic Resources in the Natufian Culture. Symposium on Natufian economy. Society for American Archaeology. Edited by Arlene Rosen and Laure Dubreuil. Submitted to Journal of Anthropological Archaeology.




  1. Daniella E. Bar-Yosef Mayer and Amanuel Beyin, in press, Mid-Holocene Shell Middens in Eritrea. In: Bailey G. & Hardy K.  Eds. Shells and Middens. Archaeology at the Water's Edge.


Papers in preparation:
Bar-Yosef Mayer, D.E., Shell Bead Technology through Time in the Levant. Proceedings of Workshop on Bead Technology. Edited by Emma Twigger and Holly Miller. U.K.
Aldona Kurzawska, Daniella E. Bar-Yosef Mayer and Henk K. Mienis. Scaphopods from Archaeological Sites in the Levant: Nomenclature, Diversity, and Archaeological Context.
Levin, Y., Spanier, E., Levy, Y., Bar-Yosef Mayer, D.E., Friedman, A., Tikochinski, Y. and A. Daia., Phylogeographic and Genetic Structure of the Green Turtle (Chelonia mydas) Population along the Mediterranean Coast of Israel.
Mienis, H.K., Bar-Yosef Mayer, D.E. and T.E. Levy. The Local Inland Molluscs from the Excavation of Gilat, Negev, Israel.





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