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David
Simpson
Researcher
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J.Frielesgt. 1
5007 BERGEN
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Postboks 7800
5007 BERGEN
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+47 55 58 29 33
+47 414 79 225
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Journal articles
  • Simpson, David. 2004. Sokkamyro i fortid, nåtid og framtid. Leidarsteidn, Årshefte 2004, Bømlo Tur- og Sogelag. 28-34.
  • Simpson, David. 1998. REFITTING AS A METHOD IN STONE AGE ARCHAEOLOGY: A BRIEF INTRODUCTION. Archaeologia Baltica. 3: 159-174.
  • Simpson, David. 1992. Foil Impressions as a Method for Documenting Petroglyphs. NAR. 25.
Reports and theses
  • Tveiten, Ole; Simpson, David. 2008. Jarnvinneanlegg, kolgroper og kokegrop, Buhaugane hyttefelt på Filefjell, Hovland (gnr. 66/1s), Bjoråker (gnr. 76/1s) og Gram (gnr. 80/1), Lærdal kommune, Sogn og Fjordane. Rapport fra arkeologisk undersøkelse. Arkeologiske rapporter fra Bergen Museum. 4. Bergen Museum, Seksjon for ytre kulturminnevern, Bergen. 103 pages.
  • Kazakievicius, V; Olsen, Asle Bruen; Simpson, David. 1998. The Archaeology of Lithuania and Western Norway: Status and perspectives. Archaeologia Baltica. 3: 1. Vilnius. 150 pages.
  • Simpson, David. 1992. Archaeological Investigations at Krossnes, Flatøy 1988-1991. Arkeologiske rapporter. 18. Historisk museum, Universitetet i Bergen, Bergen. 130 pages.
Book sections
  • Simpson, David. 2009. Automating the extrapolation of sea-level displacement curves: implications for Mesolithic research in western Norway. kapitel 27, pages 176-183. In:
    • McCartan, Sinéad B.; Schulting, Rick; Warren, Graeme; Woodman, Peter. 2009. Mesolithic Horizons. Papers presented at the Seventh International Conference on the Mesolithic in Europe, Belfast 2005. Volume I and II. Oxbow Books. 1007 pages. ISBN: 978-1-84217-311-4.
  • Simpson, David. 1998. Refitting as a Method in Stone Age Archaeology: A brief Introduction. IV. Methods and Technics, pages 159-174. In:
    • Kazakevicius, Vytautas; Bruen Olsen, Asle; Simpson, David Neil. 1998. The Archaeology of Lithuania and Western Norway: Status and Perspectives. ISBN: 9986-34-022-5.

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