Timothy Insoll

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  1. "Centre for Islamic Archaeology". socialsciences.exeter.ac.uk. University of Exeter. Retrieved 2021-12-12.
  2. 1 2 3 4 5 "Professor Timothy Insoll". socialsciences.exeter.ac.uk. University of Exeter. Retrieved 13 December 2021.
  3. Hannah Parsons-Morgan. "Rachel MacLean". Trowelblazers. Retrieved 2021-12-12.
  4. Pearson, Mike Parker; Zvelebil, Marek (2014). "The excavations". In Pearson, Mike Parker; Zvelebil, Marek (eds.). Excavations at Cill Donnain: A Bronze Age Settlement and Iron Age Wheelhouse in South Uist. Oxbow Books. doi:10.2307/j.ctvh1dqjw.9. ISBN   978-1-78297-630-1. JSTOR   j.ctvh1dqjw.
  5. Insoll, Timothy (1994). "The External Creation of the Western Sahel's Past: The Use and Abuse of the Arabic Sources". Archaeological Review from Cambridge. 13: 39–49.
  6. Insoll, Timothy (1995). "A Cache of Hippopotamus Ivory at Gao, Mali; and a Hypothesis about its Use". Antiquity. 69: 327–36. doi:10.1017/S0003598X00064723. S2CID   162472067.
  7. Insoll, Timothy. "Chapters 7–9, Appendices (Insoll, Farias, Guerra) of – Book. 2000. Urbanism, Archaeology and Trade. Further Observations on the Gao Region (Mali). BAR S829. Oxford: BAR".{{cite journal}}: Cite journal requires |journal= (help)
  8. Bhan, Kuldeep Kumar; Insoll, Timothy (2004). "Towards an Understanding of the Carnelian Bead Trade from Western India to sub-Saharan Africa: The Application of UV-LA-ICP-MS to Carnelian from Gujarat, India, and West Africa". Journal of Archaeological Science. 31 (8): 1161–73. doi:10.1016/j.jas.2004.02.007.
  9. Insoll, Timothy; Bhan, Kuldeep (September 2001). "Carnelian mines in Gujarat". Antiquity. 75 (289): 495–496. doi:10.1017/S0003598X0008861X. ISSN   0003-598X. S2CID   162438802.
  10. Insoll, Timothy. 1996. Islam, Archaeology and History. Gao Region (Mali) Ca.AD 900–1250. Cambridge Monographs in African Archaeology 39. BAR S647. Oxford: Tempus Reparatum (Chapters 1–3 uploaded here – the remainder are below in the Papers section).
  11. "Medieval Trading Cities of the Niger: Gao and Timbuktu". Minerva. 10: 65. 1999. ISSN   0957-7718.
  12. "The Archaeology of Islam in Sub-Saharan Africa | Archaeology of Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa and the Pacific". Cambridge University Press. Retrieved 2021-12-12.
  13. Insoll, Timothy (1997). "Mosque Architecture in Buganda, Uganda". Muqarnas. 14: 179–88. doi:10.1163/22118993-90000378.
  14. Insoll, Timothy (1997). "Ngandu and Ngambezi, Two Sites in North-Western Tanzania associated with the Expedition of John Hanning Speke 1861–1863". Azania. 32: 109–12. doi:10.1080/00672709709511590.
  15. Insoll, Timothy (2001). "Dahlak Kebir, Eritrea. From Aksumite to Ottoman". Adumatu. 3: 39–50.
  16. Insoll, Timothy (2002). "The Archaeology of Post Medieval Timbuktu". Sahara. 13: 7–22.
  17. "Islamic Archaeology In Global Perspective Conference". Bahrain Calendar. Retrieved 2021-12-13.
  18. Insoll, Timothy; Almahari, Salman; MacLean, Rachel (2018-11-22). The Islamic Funerary Inscriptions of Bahrain, Pre-1317 AH/1900 AD. Brill. ISBN   978-90-04-38366-1.
  19. Magee, Peter (2012). "Review of: An Archaeological Guide to Bahrain". Bryn Mawr Classical Review. ISSN   1055-7660.
  20. "Exciting archaeological finds in Muharraq, Samahij". Starvision News. 2021-11-19. Retrieved 2021-12-12.
  21. "Muharraq excavations revealed unique archaeological evidence". Bahrain News Agency. 26 August 2021. Retrieved 7 May 2023.
  22. Kankpeyeng, Benjamin W.; Insoll, Timothy; MacLean, Rachel (December 2010). "Identities and Archaeological Heritage Preservation at the Crossroads: Understanding the Challenges of Economic Development at Tengzug, Upper East Region, Ghana". Ghana Social Science Journal. 7: 87–102. ISSN   0046-5925. PMC   3191525 . PMID   22003263.
  23. Insoll, Timothy (2006). "Shrine Franchising and the Neolithic in the British Isles: Some Observations based upon the Tallensi, Northern Ghana". Cambridge Archaeological Journal. 16 (2): 223–238. doi:10.1017/S0959774306000138. ISSN   0959-7743. S2CID   161782160.
  24. Insoll, Timothy (2007). "'Natural' or 'Human' Spaces? Tallensi Sacred Groves and Shrines and their Potential Implications for Aspects of Northern European Prehistory and Phenomenological Interpretation". Norwegian Archaeological Review. 40 (2): 138–158. doi:10.1080/00293650701708883. ISSN   0029-3652. S2CID   162570792.
  25. Insoll, Timothy (2013). (With R.MacLean & B. Kankpeyeng). 2013. Temporalising Anthropology: Archaeology in the Talensi Tong Hills. Frankfurt: Africa Magna Verlag.
  26. Insoll, Timothy (2012). "Insoll, T., Kankpeyeng, B., and Nkumbaan, S. 2012. Fragmentary Ancestors? Medicine, Bodies and Persons in a Koma Mound, Northern Ghana. (In), Rountree, K., Morris, C., and Peatfield, A. (eds.), Archaeology of Spiritualities. New York: Springer, pp.25–45". (In), Rountree, K., Morris, C., and Peatfield, A. (Eds.), Archaeology of Spiritualities. New York: Springer, Pp.25–45.
  27. Kankpeyeng, Benjamin; Swanepoel, Natalie; Insoll, Timothy; Nkumbaan, Samuel; Amartey, Samuel; Saako, Malik (2013-12-01). "Insights into Past Ritual Practice at Yikpabongo, Northern Region, Ghana". African Archaeological Review. 30 (4): 475–499. doi:10.1007/s10437-013-9143-2. ISSN   1572-9842. S2CID   161542200.
  28. "Volume 49 Issue 4 | African Arts | MIT Press". direct.mit.edu. Retrieved 2021-12-13.
  29. "Koma Guidebook by The Manchester Museum – Issuu". issuu.com. Retrieved 2021-12-13.
  30. Insoll, Timothy, ed. (2017-04-20). The Oxford Handbook of Prehistoric Figurines. Oxford University Press. doi:10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199675616.001.0001. ISBN   978-0-19-176791-3.
  31. Insoll, Timothy (2015-10-22). Material Explorations in African Archaeology. Oxford, New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN   978-0-19-955006-7.
  32. Insoll, Timothy; Clack, Timothy; Rege, Olirege (February 2015). "Mursi ox modification in the Lower Omo Valley and the interpretation of cattle rock art in Ethiopia". Antiquity. 89 (343): 91–105. doi: 10.15184/aqy.2014.31 . ISSN   0003-598X. S2CID   162408940.
  33. Insoll, Timothy; Zekaria, Ahmed (2019-09-18). "The Mosques of Harar: An Archaeological and Historical Study". Journal of Islamic Archaeology. 6 (1): 81–107. doi: 10.1558/jia.39522 . hdl:10871/39031. ISSN   2051-9729. S2CID   204480640.
  34. Insoll, Timothy; Khalaf, Nadia; MacLean, Rachel; Parsons-Morgan, Hannah; Tait, Nicholas; Gaastra, Jane; Beldados, Alemseged; Pryor, Alexander J. E.; Evis, Laura; Dussubieux, Laure (April 2021). "Material cosmopolitanism: the entrepot of Harlaa as an Islamic gateway to eastern Ethiopia". Antiquity. 95 (380): 487–507. doi: 10.15184/aqy.2020.169 . ISSN   0003-598X. S2CID   232432543.
  35. Insoll, Timothy (2021-01-26). "Marine Shell Working at Harlaa, Ethiopia, and the Implications for Red Sea Trade". Journal of African Archaeology. 19 (1): 1–24. doi: 10.1163/21915784-20210001 . ISSN   1612-1651. S2CID   234050151.
  36. Pryor, A. J. E.; Insoll, T.; Evis, L. (2020). "Laser ablation strontium isotope analysis of human remains from Harlaa and Sofi, eastern Ethiopia, and the implications for Islamisation and mobility". STAR: Science & Technology of Archaeological Research. 6 (1): 113–136. doi: 10.1080/20548923.2020.1843266 . S2CID   228097109.
  37. Insoll, Timothy. Insoll, T. 2021. Harlaa - Lost City of the Medieval Sultanate of Harla, Ethiopia. Tri-lingual exhibition booklet in English, Afaan Oromo, and Amharic, to accompany Harlaa Site Museum. Exeter: University of Exeter, Addis Ababa: Authority for Research and Conservation of Cultural Heritage.
  38. Insoll, Timothy (April 2021). "The archaeology of complexity and cosmopolitanism in medieval Ethiopia: an introduction". Antiquity. 95 (380): 450–466. doi: 10.15184/aqy.2020.168 . ISSN   0003-598X. S2CID   226432538.
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  40. "Professor Timothy Insoll FBA". The British Academy. Retrieved 2023-07-21.
  41. "Editorial Advisory Board". Antiquity. Retrieved 2023-08-14.
  42. ""Quirks and Quarks" radio show discussion of Islamic archaeology". Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. 2017.
  43. "Archaeologists in Ethiopia uncover ancient city in Harlaa". BBC News. 2017-06-16. Retrieved 2021-12-13.
  44. "Beyond Belief - Archaeology and Religion - BBC Sounds". www.bbc.co.uk. Retrieved 2021-12-13.
  45. "Exhibitions | | University of Exeter". socialsciences.exeter.ac.uk. Retrieved 2021-12-12.
  46. "Previous exhibitions | | University of Exeter". socialsciences.exeter.ac.uk. Retrieved 2021-12-12.
  47. "Fragmentary Ancestors: Figurines from Koma Land, Ghana". events.manchester.ac.uk. Retrieved 2021-12-12.
  48. "The archaeology and material culture of Hajj in sub-Saharan Africa". lecturelist.org. Retrieved 2021-12-12.
  49. "Making Connections Through World Collections: Representing Africa in British Museums". Making Connections Through World Collections. Museum Ethnographers Group. 2018-01-24. Retrieved 2021-12-13.
  50. Robinson, Debbie. "University of Exeter". www.exeter.ac.uk. Retrieved 2021-12-13.
Timothy Insoll
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Insoll in Bahrain, November 2021
Born1967 (age 5556)
Occupation Archaeologist
Known forExcavation and research in sub-Saharan Africa and Bahrain
Academic background
Alma mater
Thesis Islam, archaeology and history, a complex relationship: the Gao Region (Mali) ca.AD 900–1250 (1995)