Antiquity Prize 2013
|Year||Antiquity Prize||Ben Cullen Prize|
|2012||The role of cult and feasting in the emergence of Neolithic communities. New evidence from Göbekli Tepe, south-eastern Turkey|
Oliver Dietrich et al.
Timothy Darvill et al.
|2011||An 11 600 year-old communal structure from the Neolithic of southern Jordan|
Steven Mithen et al.
|Across the Indian Ocean: the prehistoric movement of plants and animals|
Dorian Fuller et al.
|2010||New light on Neolithic revolution in south-west Asia|
|Administrators' bread: an experiment-based re-assessment of the functional and cultural role of the Uruk bevel-rim bowl|
|2009||'The Farm Beneath the Sand' – an archaeological case study on ancient 'dirt' DNA|
Martin B. Hebsgaard et al.
|A new chronological framework for prehistoric Southeast Asia, based on a Bayesian model from Ban Non Wat|
Charles Higham & Thomas Higham
|2008||Inside and outside the dry stone walls: revisiting the material culture of Great Zimbabwe|
Shadreck Chirikure & Innocent Pikirayi
|Archaeological resource modelling in temperate river valleys: a case study from the Trent Valley, UK|
A.J. Howard et al.
|2007||Rome and Mesopotamia – importers into India in the first millennium AD|
|Networks and nodal points: the emergence of towns in early Viking Age Scandinavia|
Søren M. Sindbæk
|2006||Tectonics and human evolution|
Geoffrey King & Geoffrey Bailey
|King's monuments: identifying 'formlings' in southern African San rock paintings|
|2005||The politics of supply: the Neolithic axe industry in Alpine Europe|
|Core–periphery relations in the Recuay hinterlands: economic interaction at Chinchawas, Peru|
|2004||The early development of music. Analysis of the Jiahu bone flutes|
Juzhong Zhang, Xinghua Xiao & Yun Kuen Lee
|Rock art and rock music: petroglyphs of the south Indian Neolithic|
|2003||Dance of the Cranes: Crane symbolism at Çatalhöyük and beyond|
Nerissa Russell & Kevin McGowan
|CORONA Satellite Photography and Ancient Road Networks: A Northern Mesopotamian Case Study|
|2002||Too many ancestors|
|The innocents and the sceptics: ANTIQUITY and Classical archaeology|
|2001||Orientations and origins: a symbolic dimension to the long house in Neolithic Europe|
|The South Scandinavian barrows with well-preserved oak-log coffins|
Mads Kähler-Holst, Henrik Breuning-Madsen & Marianne Rasmussen
|2000||Cosmology, calendars and society in Neolithic Orkney: a rejoinder to Euan MacKie|
Clive Ruggles & Gordon Barclay
|Resource depression on the Northwest Coast of North America|
Virginia L. Butler
|1999||V. Gordon Childe and the vocabulary of revolutionary change|
|Architecture and sound: an acoustic analysis of megalithic monuments in prehistoric Britain|
Aaron Watson and David Keating
|1998||Genetics, linguistics, and prehistory: thinking big and thinking straight|
|'The changing face of clay': continuity and change in the transition from village to urban life in the Near East|
|1997||Lapita and the temporal geography of prehistory|
John E. Terrell & Robert L. Welsch
|The population of ancient Rome|
Glenn R. Storey
|1996||Sea-level change and shore-line evolution in Aegean Greece since Upper Palaeolithic time|
|Ploughzone sampling in Denmark: isolating and interpreting site signatures from disturbed contexts|
John M. Steinberg
|1995||The evidence for early writing: utilitarian or ceremonial?|
Nicholas Postgate, Tao Wang & Toby Wilkinson
|1994||Of Lightning Brothers and White Cockatoos: dating the antiquity of signifying systems in the Northern Territory, Australia|
Bruno David et al.