Derek Hamilton

 

Bayesian Modelling
Scottish Universities Environmental Research Centre
Email: derek.hamilton.2@glasgow.ac.uk
Telephone: +44 (0) 135 527 0161
Address:
SUERC Radiocarbon Dating Laboratory
Scottish Enterprise Technology Park
Rankine Avenue
East Kilbride
G75 0QF
UNITED KINGDOM
http://glasgow.academia.edu/DerekHamilton
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Derek_Hamilton2

Selected Publications
Armit, I., N. Neale, F. Shapland, H. Bosworth, D. Hamilton, and J. McKenzie, 2013 The ins and outs of death in the Iron Age: complex funerary treatments at Broxmouth Hillfort, East Lothian, Oxford Journal of Archaeology 32(1): 73–100

Beavan, N., S. Halcrow, B. McFadgen, D. Hamilton, B. Buckley, T. Sokha, L. Shewan, O. Soka, S. Fallon, J. Miksic, R. Armstrong, D. O’Reilly, K. Domett, and K. Chhem, 2012 Radiocarbon dates from Jar and Coffin burials of the Cardamom Mountains reveal a previously unrecorded mortuary ritual in Cambodia’s late- to post-Ankgor period (15th to 17th centuries AD), Radiocarbon 54(1): 1–22

Jay, M., C. Haselgrove, D. Hamilton, J.D. Hill, and J. Dent, 2012 Chariots and context: radiocarbon dates from Wetwang Slack and the chronology of the East Yorkshire Iron Age burial tradition and brooch sequence, Oxford Journal of Archaeology 31(2): 161–189

Hall, D.W., G.T. Cook, and W.D. Hamilton, 2010 New dating evidence for North Sea trade between England, Scotland and Norway in the 11th century AD, Radiocarbon 52(2): 331–336

Gearey, B.R., P. Marshall, and D. Hamilton, 2009 Correlating archaeological and palaeoenvironmental records using a Bayesian approach: a case study from Sutton Common, South Yorkshire, England, Journal of Archaeological Science 36: 1477–1487

Foster, G.C., R.C. Chiverrell, G.S.P. Thomas, P. Marshall, and D. Hamilton. 2009 Fluvial development of the sediment regime of the lower Calder, Ribble Catchment, northwest England, Catena 77(2): 81–95

Chiverrell, R.C., G.C. Foster, G.S.P. Thomas, P. Marshall, and D. Hamilton, 2009 Robust chronologies for landform development in fluvial environments, Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 34(2): 319–328

Ali, I., D. Hamilton, P. Newson, M. Qasim, R. Young, and M. Zahir, 2008 New radiocarbon dates from Chitral, NWFP, Pakistan, and their implications for the Gandharan Grave Culture of northern Pakistan, Antiquity 318 (Online Project Gallery)

Best, J., T. Gent, C. Bronk Ramsey, A.G. Brown, R. Brunning, G. Cook, S.R. Davis, D. Friendship-Taylor, R. Gale, J. Hatton, W.D. Hamilton, J. Jones, P.D. Marshall, H. van der Plicht, I. Punti, H. Quinnell, R. Taylor, and I. Tyers, 2007 Bronze Age burnt mounds and early medieval timber structures at Town Farm Quarry, Burlescombe, Devon, The Archaeological Journal 164: 1–79

Hamilton, W.D., A. Bayliss, A. Menuge, C. Bronk Ramsey, and G. Cook, 2007 “Rev Thomas Bayes: Get Ready To Wiggle” – Bayesian modelling, radiocarbon wiggle-matching, and the North Wing of Baguley Hall, Vernacular Architect 38: 87–97

Boomer, I., C. Waddington, T. Stevenson, and D. Hamilton, 2007 Holocene coastal change and geoarchaeology at Howick, Northumberland, UK, The Holocene 17(1): 89–104

Hall, D.W., G.T. Cook, M.A. Hall, G.K.P. Muir, D. Hamilton, and E.M. Scott, 2007 The early medieval origin of Perth, Scotland, Radiocarbon 49: 639–644

Rodwell, W., D. Miles, D. Hamilton, and M. Bridge, 2006 The Dating of the Pyx Door, English Heritage Historical Review 1: 25–27