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2022

  • Göhring A, Kröger P, Grupe G (in prep): Application of Gaussian-Mixture-Model clustering for the resolution of multi-isotope fingerprints. In: T.D. Price (ed), Isotopic Proveniencing and Mobility. The Current State of Research. Springer Series "Interdisciplinary Contributions to Archaeology". Manuscript on invitation by the editor.

2021

  • Grupe G, Mauder M, Kröger P, Lohrer J, Sebald S, Zeiler M, Lang A, Söllner F (2021): Provenance analysis of cremated skeletal remains by stable isotopes. Anthropologischer Anzeiger 78 (1-2), 21-32.
  • Metzner-Nebelsick C, Lang A, Grünewald M, Wanger-O’Neill A, Schumann R (eds.), 2021 (forthcoming). Cremation Burials in Europe between the 2nd mill. B.C. and the 4th c. A.D. Proceedings of the International Conference in October Munich 12-14, 2017 within the DFG-Research Unit 1670 ‘Transalpine Mobility and Cultural Transfer’. Münchner Archäologische Forschungen 4 (Rahden/Westf.).
  • Steidl, B (in prep for printing). Die Bevölkerung des raetischen Alpenvorlandes in römischer Zeit I: Siedlungen Poing und Bergkirchen
  • Faber A, Riedl H (in print). Studien zur frühen römischen Bevölkerung von Günzburg. With contributions of Göhring A, Grünewald M, Heck K, Herzig F, Hölzl S, McGlynn G, Söllner F, Sommer S, Trautmann B. Materialhefte zur Bayerischen Archäologie

2020

  • Tschetsch L, Mussauer A, Mauder A, Lohrer J, Kröger P, Mayr C, Söllner F, Grupe G (2020): Multi-isotope fingerprints (O, Sr, Pb) in archaeological animal bone bioapatite: Similarity search and the suitability for provenance analysis in a geologically complex alpine region. Archaeometry 62 (Suppl. 1), 35-52.
  • Mereacre V, Grupe G, Stallauer A, Huth R, Wahl J (2020): Intraindividual variability of strontium and lead stable isotopes and element concentrations in archaeological skeletons from Roman Stettfeld (ca 150-300 CE), Baden-Württemberg (Germany). Anthropologie - International Journal of Human Diversity and Evolution 58 (1), 75-91.
  • Göhring A, Mauder M, Kröger P, Grupe G (2020): Which isotopes should we chose? Entropy-based feature ranking enables evaluation of the information content of stable isotopes in archaeofaunal material. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 34: e8692.
  • Grupe G, Klaut D, Otto L, Mauder M, Lohrer J, Kröger P, Lang A (2020): The genesis and spread of the early Fritzens-Sanzeno culture (5th/4th cent. BCE) – Stable isotope analysis of cremated and uncremated skeletal finds. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 29: 102121.

2019

  • Greiner M, Rodríguez-Navarro A, Heinig MF, Mayer K, Kocsis B, Göhring A, Toncala A, Grupe G, Schmahl WW (2019): Bone incineration: An experimental study on mineral structure, colour and crystalline state. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 25: 507–518.
  • Trixl S (2019): Zwischen Wandel und Beständigkeit. Die Entwicklung der späteisenzeitlich-frührömischen Viehwirtschaft im Alpenraum und dem nördlichen Alpenvorland. Documenta Archaeobiologiae 14. Rahden/Westf.: Leidorf [monographische Vorlage der 2017 von der Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München angenommenen Dissertation].
  • Göhring A, Mauder M, Kröger P, Mayr C, von Carnap-Bornheim C, Hilberg V, Grupe G (2019): Evidence for sea spray effect on oxygen stable isotopes in bone phosphate – Approximation and correction using Gaussian Mixture Model clustering. Science of the Total Environment 673: 668-684.
  • Göhring A, von Carnap-Bornheim C, Hilberg V, Mayr C & Grupe G (2019): Diet and species-specific oxygen isotope relationship and isotope spacing between structural carbonate and phosphate in archaeological mammalian bones. Archaeol Anthropol Sci 11 (6): 2467-2487.
  • Zinner M, Stallauer A, Huth R, Lengfelder F, Grupe G (2019): Transalpine Mobilität und Kulturtransfer - Bestimmung von Strontium und blei in archäologischen Zahn- und Knochenproben mit Hilfe der Atomemissions- und Atomabsorptions-Spektrometrie. Triesdorfer Chronik, Jubiläumsausgabe 25 Jahre Umweltsicherung 1993-2018, pp 21-22.
  • Mauder M, Ntoutsi E, Kröger P, Mayr C, Toncala A, Hölzl S, Grupe G (2019): Significance and limitations of stable oxygen isotope ratios in the apatite phosphate of archaeological vertebrate finds for provenance analysis in an alpine reference region. Archaeometry 61 (1): 194-210.
  • Lengfelder, F., Grupe, G., Stallauer, A., Huth, R., Söllner, F. (2019): Modelling strontium isotopes in past biospheres – Assessment of bioavailable 87Sr/86Sr ratios in local archaeological vertebrates based on environmental signatures. Science of The Total Environment 648: 236-252.
  • Steidl, B. (2019): Kontinuität der vorrömischen Bevölkerung und die Heimstettener Gruppe. Neue Forschungen zum 1. Jahrhundert n. Chr. in Raetien. In: W. Zanier (Hrsg.), Kulturwandel um Christi Geburt. Spätlatène- und frühe Kaiserzeit in den mittleren Alpen zwischen Südbayern und Gardasee. Akten des Kolloquiums in Innsbruck am 18. und 19. Oktober 2017. Münchner Beitr. Vor- u. Frühgesch. 67 317-344.

2018

  • Martina Greiner, Balazs Kocsis, Mario F. Heinig, Katrin Mayer, Anita Toncala, Gisela Grupe, and Wolfgang W. Schmahl: Experimental Cremation of Bone: Crystallite Size and Lattice Parameter Evolution. In: Kazuyoshi Endo, Toshihiro Kogure, Hiromichi Nagasawa (Eds.): Biomineralization. From Molecular and Nano-structural Analyses to Environmental Science. Singapore: Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd., 2018, pp 21-29.
    The 14th International Symposium on Biomineralization was held during October 9–13, 2017, at Tsukuba International Congress Center in Tsukuba, Japan.
  • Grupe G, Klaut D, Mauder M, Kröger P, Lang A, Mayr C, Söllner F (2018): Multi-isotope provenancing of archaeological skeletons including cremations in a reference area of the European Alps. Rapid Commun Mass Spectrom 32 (19): 1711-1727. doi: 10.1002/rcm.8218.
  • Sidney Sebald, Manuel Zeiler, Gisela Grupe (2018): Provenance analysis of human cremations by 87Sr/86Sr isotopic ratios: migration into an Iron Age mining region in North-Rhine Westphalia. Open Journal of Archaeometry 4: 7512, 6-12.
  • Trixl S., Peters J (2018): 1888 to 2018 – 130 years of provincial Roman archaeozoology in Cambodunum/Kempten. Annalen des Naturhistorischen Museums Wien Serie A 120: 305-319.
  • Sebald S, Stenzel L, Grünewald M, Grupe G (2018): Skeletal remains of neonates from the Roman cemetery of Günzburg (Bavaria, FRG) - how long did the newborns survive? Microscopic assessment of the presence of the neonatal line in dental enamel. Anthropologie - International Journal of Human Diversity and Evolution 56/1: 1-10.
  • Andrea Göhring, Markus Mauder, Marina Vohberger, Olaf Nehlich, Claus von Carnap-Bornheim, Volker Hilberg, Peer Köger & Gisela Grupe (2018): Palaeodiversity research based on stable isotopes: Correction of the sea spray effect on bone carbonate δ13C and δ18O by Gaussian Mixture Model clustering. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 490: 673 - 686.

2017

  • Manuel Zeiler, Sidney Sebald, Gisela Grupe (2017): Die Berge rufen! Archäologisch-anthropologische Studie zur Migration in die eisenzeitliche Montanlandschaft Siegerland (Nordrhein-Westfalen) anhand von Brandbestattungen. Archäologisches Korrespondenzblatt 47(2): 173-199.
  • Simone Reuß, Carola Metzner-Nebelsick, with a contribution by Dominika Wycisk (2017): Mobility and social dynamics in Bavaria and North Tyrol in the Urnfield Culture. In: Scharl, S., Gehlen, B. (Eds.): Mobility in Prehistoric Sedentary Societies. Papers of the CRC 806 Workshop in Cologne 26-27 June 2015. Rahden/Westf.: Leidorf, 2017, pp 181-214. (Kölner Studien zur Prähistorischen Archäologie; Band 8).
  • Simon Trixl, Bernd Steidl and Joris Peters (2017): Archaeology and Zooarchaeology of the Late Iron Age - Roman Transition in the Province of Raetia (100 BC - 100 AD). European Journal of Archaeology 20 (3): 431 - 450.
  • Grupe G, Grigat A, McGlynn GC (Eds.): Across the Alps in Prehistory. Isotopic Mapping of the Brenner Passage by Bioarchaeology. Cham: Springer Nature, 2017. product flyer
  • Carola Metzner-Nebelsick, Amei Lang, C. Sebastian Sommer, and Bernd Steidl: Transalpine Mobility and Trade since the Mesolithic. In: Grupe G., Grigat A., McGlynn G.C. (Eds.): Across the Alps in Prehistory. Isotopic Mapping of the Brenner Passage by Bioarchaeology. Cham: Springer Nature, 2017, pp 1-26.
  • Gisela Grupe, Stefan Hölzl, Christoph Mayr, and Frank Söllner: The Concept of Isotopic Landscapes: Modern Ecogeochemistry versus Bioarchaeology: In: Grupe G., Grigat A., McGlynn G.C. (Eds.): Across the Alps in Prehistory. Isotopic Mapping of the Brenner Passage by Bioarchaeology. Cham: Springer Nature, 2017, pp 27-48.
  • Joris Peters, Markus Gschwind, Ferdinand Neuberger, Bernd Steidl, and Simon Trixl: Early Roman Transfer of Animals Across the Alps: Setting the Stage for Interpreting the Results of Isotope Fingerprinting: In: Grupe G., Grigat A., McGlynn G.C. (Eds.): Across the Alps in Prehistory. Isotopic Mapping of the Brenner Passage by Bioarchaeology. Cham: Springer Nature, 2017, pp 49-74.
  • Wolfgang W. Schmahl, Balazs Kocsis, Anita Toncala, Dominika Wycisk, and Gisela Grupe: The Crystalline State of Archaeological Bone Material: In: Grupe G., Grigat A., McGlynn G.C. (Eds.): Across the Alps in Prehistory. Isotopic Mapping of the Brenner Passage by Bioarchaeology. Cham: Springer Nature, 2017, pp 75-104.
  • Markus Mauder, Eirini Ntoutsi, Peer Kröger, and Hans-Peter Kriegel: The Isotopic Fingerprint: New Methods of Data Mining and Similarity Search: In: Grupe G., Grigat A., McGlynn G.C. (Eds.): Across the Alps in Prehistory. Isotopic Mapping of the Brenner Passage by Bioarchaeology. Cham: Springer Nature, 2017, pp 105-125.
  • Anita Toncala, Frank Söllner, Christoph Mayr, Stefan Hölzl, Karin Heck, Dominika Wycisk, and Gisela Grupe: Isotopic Map of the Inn-Eisack-Adige-Brenner Passage and its Application to Prehistoric Human Cremations : In: Grupe G., Grigat A., McGlynn G.C. (Eds.): Across the Alps in Prehistory. Isotopic Mapping of the Brenner Passage by Bioarchaeology. Cham: Springer Nature, 2017, pp 127-227.
  • Gisela Grupe, Martin Grünewald, Markus Gschwind, Stefan Hölzl, Peer Kröger, Amei Lang, Christoph Mayr, George C. McGlynn, Carola Metzner-Nebelsick, Ferdinand Neuberger, Joris Peters, Simone Reuß, Wolfgang Schmahl, Frank Söllner, C. Sebastian Sommer, Bernd Steidl, Simon Trixl, and Dominika Wycisk: Current Synthesis and Future Options: In: Grupe G., Grigat A., McGlynn G.C. (Eds.): Across the Alps in Prehistory. Isotopic Mapping of the Brenner Passage by Bioarchaeology. Cham: Springer Nature, 2017, pp 229-250.
  • Gisela Grupe, Stefan Hölzl, Balazs Kocsis, Peer Kröger, Markus Mauder, Christoph Mayr, Eirini Ntoutsi, Wolfgang Schmahl, Frank Söllner, Anita Toncala and Dominika Wycisk: Isotopic Mapping and Migration Research. Based on Bioarchaeological Finds. The Interdisciplinary Project 'Transalpine Mobility and Culture Transfer'. In: Anke K. Scholz, Martin Bartelheim, Roland Hardenberg and Jörn Staecker (Eds.): ResourceCultures. Sociocultural Dynamics and the Use of Resources – Theories, Methods, Perspectives. RessourcenKulturen Band 5, Universität Tübingen 2017, pp 195-208.

2016

  • Markus Mauder, Eirini Ntoutsi, Peer Kröger, Christoph Mayr, Gisela Grupe, Anita Toncala, and Stefan Hölzl (2016): Applying Data Mining Methods for the Analysis of Stable Isotope Data in Bioarchaeology. IEEE 12th
    International Conference on eScience, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, October 23 - 27, 2016.
  • Andrea Göhring, Markus Mauder, Peer Kröger, Gisela Grupe (2016): Using Gaussian Mixture Model clustering for multi-isotope analysis of archaeological fish bones for palaeobiodiversity studies. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 30: 1349-1360.
  • Schmahl W.W., Kocsis B., Toncala A. and Grupe G.: Mineralogic Characterisation of Archaeological Bone. In: Grupe G. & McGlynn G.C. (Eds.): Isotopic Landscapes in Bioarchaeology. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer, 2016, pp 91-110.
  • Söllner F., Toncala A., Hölzl S. and Grupe G.: Determination of Geo-dependent Bioavailable 87Sr/86Sr Isotopic Ratios for Archaeological Sites from the Inn Valley (Austria): A Model Calculation. In: Grupe G. & McGlynn G.C. (Eds.): Isotopic Landscapes in Bioarchaeology. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer, 2016, pp 123-140.
  • Mayr C., Grupe G., Toncala A. and Lihl C.M.: Linking Oxygen Isotopes of Animal-Bone Phosphate with Altimetry: Results from Archaeological Finds from a Transect in the Alps. In: Grupe G. & McGlynn G.C. (Eds.): Isotopic Landscapes in Bioarchaeology. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer, 2016, pp 157-172.
  • Mauder M., Ntoutsi E., Kröger P. and Kriegel H.-P.: Towards Predicting Places of Origin from Isotopic Fingerprints: A Case Study on the Mobility of People in the Central European Alps. In: Grupe G. & McGlynn G.C. (Eds.): Isotopic Landscapes in Bioarchaeology. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer, 2016, pp 221-233.
  • Grupe G. & McGlynn G.C. (Eds.): Isotopic Landscapes in Bioarchaeology. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer 2016. Proceedings of the workshop "A critical look at the concept of isotopic landscapes and its application in future bioarchaeological research", October 13-15, 2014. product flyer

2015

  • Gisela Grupe, Martin Grünewald, Markus Gschwind, Stefan Hölzl, Balazs Kocsis, Peer Kröger, Amei Lang, Markus Mauder, Christoph Mayr, George C. McGlynn, Carola Metzner-Nebelsick, Eirini Ntoutsi, Joris Peters, Matthias Renz, Simone Reuß, Wolfgang W. Schmahl, Frank Söllner, C. Sebastian Sommer, Bernd Steidl, Anita Toncala, Simon Trixl and Dominika Wycisk: Networking in Bioarchaeology: The example of the DFG Research Group FOR 1670 "Transalpine Mobility and Culture Transfer." In: Gisela Grupe, George McGlynn, Joris Peters (Hrsg.): Bioarchaeology beyond Osteology. Documenta Archaeobiologiae 12, 2015, pp 13-51.
  • Steidl B (2015): Romanisierung und Widerstand. Kelten, Räter und Germanen im frührömischen Bayern. Bayerische Archäologie 2015(3): 16-25.
  • Andrea Göhring, Anita Toncala, Christoph Mayr, Frank Söllner and Gisela Grupe: Stable oxygen isotope mapping of the transalpine Inn-Eisack-Etsch passage based on modern α-cellulose and water. In: Gisela Grupe, George McGlynn, Joris Peters (Hrsg.): Bioarchaeology beyond Osteology. Documenta Archaeobiologiae 12, 2015, pp 53-80.
  • Trixl S., Peters J (2015): Unscheinbar und doch unverzichtbar. Tierknochen in der Diskussion um den Übergang von der Spätlatène- in die römische Kaiserzeit. Bayerische Archäologie 2015(3): 34-37.
  • Amrei Gerstmann, Manuel Lex, Geraldine Rodschinka, Sidney Sebald, Lisa Stenzel, Sophie Hüdepohl, George C. McGlynn and Gisela Grupe: The Roman cemetery of Günzburg / site Ulmer Straße – the uncremated skeletal finds. In: Gisela Grupe, George McGlynn, Joris Peters (Hrsg.): Bioarchaeology beyond Osteology. Documenta Archaeobiologiae 12, 2015, pp 81-168.
  • Mauder M., Ntoutsi E., Kröger P. and Grupe G., 2015. Data Mining for Isotopic Mapping of Bioarchaeological Finds in a Central European Alpine Passage, In: Proceedings of the 27th International Conference on Scientific and Statistical Database Management, ACM, New York, NY, USA, 34:1-34:

2014

  • Mauder M., Ntoutsi E. and Kröger P., 2014. Data Mining, Influence of Oxygen Isotope Ratio on Classification, A technical report. PDF Download
  • Krause H., Eickhoff T., Leicht J., Trixl S (2014): Endlatènezeit und doch kein Ende? Ein Gehöft der „Südostbayerischen Gruppe" bei Langenpreising. Das Archäologische Jahr in Bayern 2013: 88-91.