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GILL-ROBINSON, H., "This Little Piggy Went to Cumbria, This Little Piggy Went to Wales: The Tales of 12 Piglets in Peat", Experimental archaeology, replicating past objects, behaviors and processes, vol. 1035, Oxford, BAR International Series, pp. 111-126, 2002.
GILL-ROBINSON, H., "Palaeopathology of northwest European peat bog bodies: a very brief summary", ORGAN: Newsletter of the Osteoarchaeological Research Group, vol. 20, pp. 11-14, 1999.
GILL-ROBINSON, H., "Piglets in the peat: experimental archaeology in the study of bog body preservation", Bog bodies, sacred sites and wetland archaeology, vol. 12, Exeter, WARP, pp. 99-104, 1999.
GILL-ROBINSON, H., "Potential factors which allow the preservation of mammalian soft tissue in peat bogs", Peatland restoration and reclamation: techniques and regulatory considerations, Duluth, Minnesota, International Peat Society, pp. 185-189, 1998.
GILL-ROBINSON, H., "Piglets in the peat - why are they still there after several months?", Proceedings of the 6th ICOM Group on Wet Organic Archaeological Materials Conference, York 1996, Bremerhaven, Deutsches Schiffahrtsmuseum, pp. 103-108, 1996.