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S.E. Alcock, J.E. Gates, and J.E. Rempel. 2003. Reading the Landscape: Survey Archaeology in the Hellenistic Oikoumene. In A. Erskine, ed., A Companion to the Hellenistic World, 354-372. Oxford.
V.P. Kopylov and J.E. Rempel. 2004. Problems of Greco-Barbarian interactions in the lower Don in the last third of the IV-first third of the III centuries BC. In International relations in the basin of the Black Sea in antiquity and the Middle Ages, 47-50. Rostov-on-Don.
J. Rempel. 2005. The crossed-line motif in early stamp seals. In M.C. Root, ed., This fertile land: signs + symbols in the early arts of Iran and Iraq. KMP 3. Ann Arbor.
S. Alcock and J. Rempel. 2006. The more unusual dots on the map: 'special purpose' sites and the texture of landscape. In P. Bilde, ed., Chora, catchment and communications, 27-46. Aarhus.
M. Carroll and J. Rempel (eds). 2011. Living Through The Dead: Burial and commemoration in the Classical world. Oxbow.
J. Rempel. 2011. Burial in the Bosporan kingdom: local traditions in regional context(s). In M. Carroll and J. Rempel (eds) Living Through The Dead: Burial and commemoration in the Classical world, 21-46. Oxbow.
J. Rempel. 2012. Eleusinian adornment? Demeter and the Bolshaia Bliznitsa burials. In M. Carroll and J.P. Wilde (eds) Dressing the Dead in Classical Antiquity, 26-41. Amberley.
J.E. Rempel. Forthcoming. Where Are the Greeks? Understanding Cultural Categories in the Bosporan Kingdom. In Proceedings of the Second International Congress on Black Sea Antiquities (British Archaeological Reports). Oxford.