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Selected publications
  • Bentsen, Silje Evjenth; Wurz, Sarah Jacoba Deborah. 2019. Color Me Heated? A Comparison of Potential Methods to Quantify Color Change in Thermally-Altered Rocks. Journal of Field Archaeology.
  • Bentsen, Silje Evjenth. 2012. Size matters: Preliminary results from an experimental approach to interpret Middle Stone Age hearths. Quaternary International. 270.
  • Bentsen, Silje Evjenth. 2013. CONTROLLING THE HEAT: AN EXPERIMENTAL APPROACH TO MIDDLE STONE AGE PYROTECHNOLOGY. South African Archaeological Bulletin. 68: 137-145.
  • Bentsen, Silje Evjenth. 2014. Using Pyrotechnology: Fire-related Features and Activities with a Focus on the African Middle Stone Age. Journal of Archaeological Research. 22.
  • Bentsen, Silje Evjenth. 2015. By the Campfire: Pyrotechnology and Middle Stone Age Hearths at Sibudu Cave. Azania.
  • Bentsen, Silje Evjenth. 2016. Stekepannen, bålet og kniven kan ha vært med på å forme utseendet til menneskene. Aftenposten Viten.
  • Bentsen, Silje Evjenth. 2017. This Time for Africa: African Conference on Experimental Archaeology (ACE) 2018. Exarc Journal.
  • Bentsen, Silje Evjenth; Wurz, Sarah Jacoba Deborah. 2017. Towards a better understanding of cooking techniques in the African Middle Stone Age. Primitive tider. 19: 101-114.
  • Wurz, Sarah Jacoba Deborah; Bentsen, Silje Evjenth; Reynard, Jerome; Van Pletzen-Vos, Liezl; Brenner, Mareike; Mentzer, Susan; Pickering, Robyn; Green, Helen. 2018. Connections, culture and environments around 100?000 years ago at Klasies River main site. Quaternary International. 495: 102-115. doi: 10.1016/j.quaint.2018.03.039
  • Spangen, Marte; Bentsen, Silje Evjenth; Wurz, Sarah Jacoba Deborah. 2018. Arkeologi på rappen 1-3: Silje Evjenth Bentsen og Sarah Wurz om matlaging for 120.000 år siden.
  • Bentsen, Silje Evjenth. 2019. New technique helps identify which ancient rocks were used for cooking. The Conversation.
  • Bentsen, Silje Evjenth; Wurz, Sarah Jacoba Deborah. 2019. Color Me Heated? A Comparison of Potential Methods to Quantify Color Change in Thermally-Altered Rocks. Journal of Field Archaeology.
  • Bentsen, Silje Evjenth. 2018. Book Review: The Archaeology of Time Travel. Experiencing the Past in the 21st Century, edited by Bodil Petersson and Cornelius Holtorf. Exarc Journal.
  • Wurz, Sarah Jacoba Deborah; Bentsen, Silje Evjenth; Reynard, Jerome; Van Pletzen-Vos, Liezl; Brenner, Mareike; Mentzer, Susan; Pickering, Robyn; Green, Helen. 2018. Connections, culture and environments around 100?000 years ago at Klasies River main site. Quaternary International. 495: 102-115. doi: 10.1016/j.quaint.2018.03.039
  • Bentsen, Silje Evjenth. 2017. This Time for Africa: African Conference on Experimental Archaeology (ACE) 2018. Exarc Journal.
  • Bentsen, Silje Evjenth; Wurz, Sarah Jacoba Deborah. 2017. Towards a better understanding of cooking techniques in the African Middle Stone Age. Primitive tider. 19: 101-114.
  • Bentsen, Silje Evjenth. 2016. Stekepannen, bålet og kniven kan ha vært med på å forme utseendet til menneskene. Aftenposten Viten.
  • Bentsen, Silje Evjenth. 2015. By the Campfire: Pyrotechnology and Middle Stone Age Hearths at Sibudu Cave. Azania.
  • Bentsen, Silje Evjenth. 2014. Using Pyrotechnology: Fire-related Features and Activities with a Focus on the African Middle Stone Age. Journal of Archaeological Research. 22.
  • Bentsen, Silje Evjenth. 2013. Book review: Aurignacian Clay Hearths from Klissoura Cave 1: An experimental approach by Małgorzata Kot. Exarc Journal.
  • Bentsen, Silje Evjenth. 2013. CONTROLLING THE HEAT: AN EXPERIMENTAL APPROACH TO MIDDLE STONE AGE PYROTECHNOLOGY. South African Archaeological Bulletin. 68: 137-145.
  • Bentsen, Silje Evjenth. 2012. Size matters: Preliminary results from an experimental approach to interpret Middle Stone Age hearths. Quaternary International. 270.
  • Bentsen, Silje Evjenth. 2011. Hvem temmet ilden? Levende Historie.

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