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2010
DINELEY, M., "Experiment or demonstration? Making fermentable malt sugars from the grain and a discussion of some of the evidence for this activity in the British Neolithic", Experimentation and Interpretation: The Use of Experimental Archaeology in the Study of the Past, Oxford, Oxbow Books, pp. 96-108, 2010.
2008
DINELEY, M., "The Durrington Maltsters", British Archaeology, No. 5, vol. 98, York, Council for British Archaeology (CBA), pp. xx-xx, 2008.
2006
DINELEY, M., "The Use of Spent Grain as Animal Feed in the Neolithic", Animals in the Neolithic of Britain and Europe, No. 7, Oxford, Oxbow Books, pp. xx-xx, 2006.
2004
DINELEY, M., "Barley Malt and Ale in the Neolithic", BAR International Series, no. S1213, Oxford, Hadrian Books, 2004.
2002
DINELEY, M., "From Grain to Ale: Skara Brae, a Case Study", Neolithic Orkney in its European Context, vol. chptr 16, Cambridge, University of Cambridge, pp. xx-xx, 2002.
2000
DINELEY, M., and G. DINELEY, "Neolithic ale: Barley as a source of malt sugars for fermentation", Plants in Neolithic Britain and beyond, No. 5, Oxford, Oxbow Books, pp. 137-155, 2000.
1999
DINELEY, M., "Barley Malt and Ale in the Neolithic", Archaeology, vol. S1213, Manchester, Manchester University, 1999.
1997
DINELEY, M., "News Item: Beer Brewing formed part of Neolithic Ceremonies", British Archaeology, No. 5, vol. 27, York, Council for British Archaeology (CBA), pp. xx-xx, 1997.
1996
DINELEY, M., "Finding Magic in Real Ale", British Archaeology, No. 5, vol. 19, York, Council for British Archaeology (CBA), pp. xx-xx, 1996.