Publications

  • Anastassov, J., Megaw, M.R., Megaw, J.V. and Mircheva, E. (2013). Walt Disney Comes to Bulgaria: A Bronze Mount in the Museum of Archaeology, Varna. In S Krausz, A Colin, K Gruel, I Ralston, T Dechezlepretre, ed. L'âge du Fer en Europe : mélanges offerts à Olivier Buchsenschutz. Bordeaux, France: Ausonius, pp. 551-565.
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  • Megaw, J.V.S. (2012). Foreword. In roads cross: contemporary directions in Australian art. Adelaide, SA: Flinders University Art Museum.
  • Megaw, J.V.S. (2012). Dreidemensional: Der Plastische Stil. In Die Welt der Kelten: Zentren der Macht - Kostbarkeiten der Kunst. Osfildern, Germany: Thorbecke, pp. 304-307.
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  • Megaw, J.V.S. (2012). Die grinsende Katze: Der Cheshire Style. In Die Welt der Kelten: Zentren der Macht - Kostbarkeiten der Kunst. Ostfildern, Germany: Thorbecke, pp. 314-315.
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  • Megaw, J.V.S. (2012). "Go east young man!" Antipodean thoughts on the earliest La Tène art in Slovakia (with particular reference to the fortified settlement of Horné Orešany) In G Brežinová & V Varsik, ed. Archeológia na prahu historie: K žovotnému jubileu Karola Pietu. Nitra, Slovakia: Archeologický ústav SAV, pp. 447-458.
  • Megaw, J.V.S. (2012). Mickey Maus im Grab: Mezek und der Disney-Stil. In Die Welt der Kelten: Zentren der Macht - Kostbarkeiten der Kunst. Ostfildern, Germany: Thorbecke, pp. 316-317.
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  • Megaw, J.V.S. and Megaw, M.R. (2012). Poles apart? Notes from the fringes of the ''Hungarian'' sword style. In P Anreiter, E Bánffy, L Bartosiewicz, W Meid & C Metzner-Nebelsick, ed. Archaeological, Cultural and Linguistic Heritage: Festschrift for Erzsébet Jerem in Honour of her 70th Birthday. Budapest, Hungary: Archaeolingua, pp. 401-414.
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  • Megaw, J.V.S. (2012). Siegelwachsrot: Email am Gürtel. In Die Welt der Kelten: Zentren der Macht - Kostbarkeiten der Kunst. Ostfildern, Germany: Thorbecke, pp. 310-311.
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  • Megaw, J.V.S. (2011). Western Desert painting is not traditional. In Ian McLean, ed. How Aborigines invented the idea of contemporary art, Writings on Aboriginal contemporary art. Sydney, Australia: Power Publications, pp. 98-98.
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  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V. (2011). The Elusive Ar ts: The Study of Continental Early Celtic Art Since 1944. In Gocha R. Tsetskhladze, ed. The Black Sea, Greece, Anatolia and Europe in the first millennium BC. Leuven, Belgium: Peeters, pp. 265-316.
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  • Rustoiu, A. and Megaw, J.V.S. (2011). A foreign flowering in Transylvania: the Vegetal Stylearmring from Fântânele - Dealul Popii, jud. Bistrita-Nasaud, Grave 62. In Despina Magureanu, Dragos Mandescu, Sebastian Matei, ed. Archaeology : making of and practice : studies in honor of Mircea Babes at his 70th anniversary. Pitesti, Romania: Institutul de Arheologie, Romania, pp. 217-237.
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  • Megaw, J.V.S. and Megaw, M.R. (2009). A Style without genesis? The elusive birthplace of early Celtic Art. In Gabriel Cooney, Katharina Becker, John Coles, Michael Ryan, Susanne Sievers, ed. Relics of Old Decency: archaeological studies in later prehistory. Dublin: Wordwell, pp. 291-306.
  • Zeiler, M., Ramsl, P.C., Jerem, E. and Megaw, J.V.S. (2009). Stempelgleiche Fruhlatene-Keramik zwischen Traisental und Neusiedlersee. In Gabriel Cooney, Katharina Becker, John Coles, Michael Ryan, Susanne Sievers, ed. Relics of Old Decency: archaeological studies in later prehistory. Dublin: Wordwell, pp. 259-276.
  • Megaw, J.V.S. and Megaw, M.R. (2009). Hare or Hind? The decorated spear from Kandija grave K44. In Georg Tiefengraber, Boris Kavur, Andrej Gaspari, ed. Keltske studije II: Studies in Celtic Archaeology - Papers in honour of Mitja Gustin. France: Editions Monique Mergoil, pp. 163-172.
  • Megaw, J.V.S. and Megaw, M.R. (2008). A Celtic mystery: some thoughts on the genesis of insular Celtic art. In Duncan Garrow, Chris Gosden, J D Hill, ed. Rethinking Celtic Art. Oxford, UK: Oxbow Books, pp. 40-58.
  • Megaw, J.V.S. and Megaw, M.R. (2007). Ancient Celts and Modern Ethnicity. In Raimund Karl, David Stifter, ed. The Celtic World: Critical Concepts in Historical Studies. London, UK: Routledge, pp. 59-70.
  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V.S. (2007). Do the ancient celts still live? An essay on identity and contextuality. In Raimund Karl, David Stifter, ed. The Celtic World: Critical Concepts in Historical Studies. London, UK: Routledge, pp. 81-102.
  • Megaw, M.R., Megaw, J.V.S., Ramsl, P.C. and Buhler, B. (2007). From Austria to Arras: The Gold Armlets from Grave 115, Mannersdorf a.d. Leitha, Lower Austria. In Chris Gosden, Helena Hamerow, Philip de Jersey and Gary Lock, ed. Communities and Connections: Essays in Honour of Barry Cunliffe. New York, USA: Oxford University Press, pp. 183-216.
  • Megaw, J.V. and Megaw, M.R. (2006). La Tene, the La Tene period. In John Koch, ed. Celtic Culture: A Historical Encyclopedia. Santa Barbara, USA: ABC-Clio Press, pp. 1071-1076.
  • Megaw, J.V. and Megaw, M.R. (2006). Basse-Yutz, Moselle, France. In John Koch, ed. Celtic Culture: A Historical Encyclopedia. Santa Barbara, USA: ABC-Clio Press, pp. 184-186.
  • Megaw, J.V. and Megaw, M.R. (2006). Art, Celtic Pre-Roman. In John Koch, ed. Celtic Culture: A Historical Encyclopedia. Santa Barbara, USA: ABC-Clio Press, pp. 89-97.
  • Megaw, J.V.S. and Megaw, M.R. (2006). Art, Celtic post-Roman. In John T. Koch, ed. Celtic Culture: A Historical Encyclopedia. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-Clio Press, pp. 98-106.
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  • Megaw, V.V. (2005). Celts in Thrace? A reappraisal. In The culture of Thracians and their neighbours. Oxford, UK: Archaeopress, pp. 209-214.
  • Megaw, V.V. (2005). Early Celtic art without Scythians? A Review. In Halina Dobrzanska, Vincent Megaw and Paulina Roleska, ed. Celts on the margin: Studies in European Cultural Interaction 7th Century BC - 1st Century AD. Dedicated to Zenon Wozniak. Krakow, Poland: Polish Academy of Sciences, pp. 33-47.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2004). In the footsteps of Brennos? Further archaelogical evidence for Celts in the Balkans. In ZWISCHEN KARPATEN UND AGAIS: NEOLITHIKUM UND ALTERE BRONZEZEIT. GEDENKSCHRIFT FUR VIERA NEMEJCOVA-PAVUKOVA. Rahden/Westf: Springer, pp. 93-107.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2004). Banks and Braes: Notes for a Film-buff Fellow. In FROM SICKLES TO CIRCLES: BRITAIN AND IRELAND IN THE TIME OF STONEHENGE. STROUD: Tempus Publications, pp. 14-26.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2004). 'There are kangaroos in Austria!' forty years of research at the salt-mining complex of Durrnberg-bei-Hallein. In Tim Murray, ed. ARCHAEOLOGY FROM AUSTRALIA. MELBOURNE, VIC: Australian Scholarly Publishing, pp. 387-401.
  • Ralston, I. and Megaw, J.V. (2004). Beyond barbarian Europe: Stuart Piggott 1910-96: an appreciation. In Ian A. G. Shepherd, Gordon Barclay, ed. SCOTLAND IN ANCIENT EUROPE: THE NEOLITHIC AND EARLY BRONZE AGE OF SCOTLAND IN THEIR EUROPEAN CONTEXT. Edinburgh, Scotland: Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, pp. 13-27.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2002). A late La Tene anthropoid griped sword in New York. In Klara Kuzmova, Karol Pieta, Jan Rajtar, ed. Zwischen Rom Und Dem Barbaricum. Nitra: Archaologisches Institut der slowakischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, pp. 407-418.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2002). Transformations: Appreciation, Appropriation and Imagery in Indigenous Australian Art. In Pacific Art: Persistence, Change and Meaning. Hindmarsh, SA: Crawford House Publishing, pp. 370-385.
  • Megaw, J.V. and Megaw, M.R. (2002). Ancient Celts and modern ethnicity. In Gillian Carr and Simon Stoddart, ed. Celts from Antiquity. Cambridge, UK: Antiquity Publications, pp. 19-26.
  • Megaw, J.V. and Megaw, M.R. (2002). Persians bearing gifts?: a footnote to an old find. In Studia in Honoreui Prof. Ivani Marazov. Sofia, Bulgaria: Anubis, pp. 486-493.
  • Megaw, J.V.S. (2002). The Vix burial. In Celts from Antiquity. Cambridge: Antiquity Publications, pp. 83-90.
  • Megaw, J.V.S. and Megaw, M.R. (2002). 'The mechanism of (Celtic) dreams?': a partial response to our critics. In Gillian Carr and Simon Stoddart, ed. Celts from Antiquity. Cambridge: Antiquity Publications, pp. 47-50.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2001). Your Humble and Obediant Servant: Notes for an Antipodean antiquary. In Histories of Old Ages: Essays in Honour of Rhys Jones. Canberra, ACT: Pandanus Books, pp. 95-110.
  • Megaw, J.V. and Megaw, M.R. (2001). A Cat-and-Mouse game: Tracing Iron Age Elements in the Book of Kells. In Archaologisches Zellwerk. Rahden, Germany: Verlag Marie Leidorf, pp. 209-253.
  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V. (2001). The Stone Knight and the Golden Bough: A Decade of New Discoveries. In Celtic Art from its Beginnings to the Book of Kells (revised and expanded edition) London, UK: Thames and Hudson, pp. 257-277.
  • Megaw, R.R. and Megaw, V.V. (2005). L'art de la Celtique: des origines au Livre de Kells. Paris, France: Editions Errance.
  • Megaw, R.M. and Megaw, V.V. (2005). Early Celtic Art in Britain and Ireland. 2nd ed. Princes Risborough: Shire Publications.
  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V. (2001). Celtic art from its beginnings to the Books of Kells. 2nd ed. London, UK: Thames and Hudson.
  • Megaw, J.V.S. and Megaw, M.R. (2010). A World Turned Upside Down. The Bronze Plaque from Stupava, okr. Malacky. In Sandor Berecki, ed. Proceedings of the International Colloquium from Târgu Mures. Editura Mega. Iron Age Communities in the Carpathian Basin. Oct 2009, pp. 115-126.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2003). Where have all the warriors gone? Some aspects of stone sculpture from Britain to Bohemis. In Madrider Mitteilungen 44. Mainz: Philipp Von Zabern, pp. 269-304.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2013). A Celtic Cornucopia. Antiquity, 87(335) pp. 280-284.
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  • Megaw, J.V.S. (2012). The Flying Dutchman reaches port. Antiquity, 86(332) pp. 546-557.
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  • Megaw, J.V.S. and Megaw, M.R. (2011). The Kanín stamped sherd – a further note. Archeologicke Rozhledy, 63 pp. 162-163.
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  • Megaw, J.V.S. (2010). Bearing the truth about Celtic art: Kunst der Kelten in Bern. Antiquity, 84(323) pp. 250-255.
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  • Megaw, J.V.S. (2009). Scripta praehistorica in honorem Biba Terzan (Book review) Arheološki vestnik, 60 pp. 345-348.
  • Marton, A., Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V.S. (2008). Decorated loomweights in the collection of Classical antiquities of Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Hungary. Archaeological Textiles Newsletter, 47 pp. 7-11.
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  • Megaw, J.V.S. and Megaw, M.R. (2008). The early La Tane antler implement from Sobesuky, okr. Chomutov, Czech Republic. The Bulletin Instrumentum, 28 pp. 12-13.
  • Megaw, V. (2008). Engaging with Yolngu Art [Book Review] Art Monthly Australia, 213 pp. 42-43.
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  • Megaw, J.V. (2004). 'Figuring it out' by Colin Renfrew (Review) Scottish Archaeological Journal, 25(1) pp. 83-101.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2004). 'Tales of a Flying Dutchman': An exaugural lecture. Australian Archaeology, 58 pp. 25-36.
  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V. (2004). John Collins, 'The Celts: origins, myths and inventions' (book review) Antiquity, 78(301) pp. 733-735.
  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V. (2004). Barry Cunliffe, 'The Celts: a very short introduction' (book review) Antiquaries Journal, 84 pp. 440-441.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2003). Celtic foot(less) soldiers? An iconographic note. Gladius, 23 pp. 61-70.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2002). Fresh Sardines and Stone Knights. Antiquity, 76(292) pp. 304-305.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2002). Further reminiscences of a back-looking curiosity. Antiquity, 76(291) pp. 12-14.
  • Megaw, J.V. and Megaw, M.R. (2002). Review of Rudolf Echt, "Das Furstinengrab Von Reinheim" Germania, 80(1) pp. 336-344.
  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V. (2002). Review of "Early Celtic Art in the British Isles" Antiquaries Journal, 82 pp. 355-357.
  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V. (2002). D'anciens Bretons à l'étranger? Notes sur deux bronzes émaillés du Ier siècle après J.-C. Revue Du Nord. Archeologie, 83(343) pp. 51-58.
  • Megaw, J.V. and Megaw, M.R. (2001). Expressiveness and Comminication: Insular Celtic Art Through Six Centuries. Antiquity, 75(288) pp. 433-436.
  • Megaw, J.V.S. (2008). Confessions in 8 parts. Identity and voices at Flinders University Art Museum: two exhibitions celebrating Flinders University's 40th Anniversary. Adelaide: Flinders University, pp. 46-55.
  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V. (2006). Site of much affection. The Advertiser - 15th March 2006.
  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V. (2006). Pure joy in Tandanya exhibit. The Advertiser, 20/12/06, pp. 29-29.
  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V. (2006). Natural mythology beckons. The Advertiser, 14/01/06, pp. W. 15-W. 15.
  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V. (2006). For artist co-operative, powerful paintings come with the territory. The Advertiser, 07/03/06, pp. 67-67.
  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V. (2006). Desert hearts, passionate works. The Advertiser - 7th March 2006.
  • Megaw, J.V.S. and Smith, L. (2006). Vincent's eye: 25 years of collecting for Flinders University Art Museum. Adelaide
  • Megaw, J.V. (2006). Desert art stirs an old debate. The Advertiser, 24/01/06, pp. 63-63.
  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V. (2004). Never too late for a timely idea. The Advertiser. Mar 9
  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V. (2004). Forget Gibson, check this out. The Advertiser - 2nd May 2004.
  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V. (2004). Essential elements. The Advertiser - 29th March 2004.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2004). Working through abstract maze. The Advertiser - 24th May 2004.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2004). Students mix the spectrum. The Advertiser - 5th January 2004.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2004). Panel discussions. The Advertiser [1st October 2004] pp. 88-88.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2004). Harsh realities. The Advertiser - 3rd May 2004.
  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V. (2004). Old ways in new location. The Advertiser - 21st January 2004. Jan 22
  • Megaw, J.V. (2004). Eyes and spirit of 'country' The Advertiser - 4th October 2004.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2003). All eyes on Albert. The Advertiser - 5th April 2003.
  • McLean, I., Megaw, J.V.S. and Megaw, M.R. (2003). Big country: works from the Flinders University Art Museum collection. Adelaide, SA: Flinders University.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2003). Finding voice. The Advertiser - 11th April 2003.
  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V.S. (2003). From Durer to Dolly Daniels: a partial history of the Flinders University Art Museum. Adelaide: Flinders University, pp. 33-54.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2003). Wonders of nature. The Advertiser - 19th May 2003.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2003). Visions from Utopia. The Advertiser - 28th July 2003.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2003). Rhys' Day. Australian Archaeology. 56 pp. 59-59.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2003). Painting their sacred land. The Advertiser - 10th January 2003.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2003). Kelti v Novem Mestu: katalog razstave = The celts in Novo Mesto: exhibition catalogue. Archeoloski vestnik. 54 pp. 479-481.
  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V. (2002). Fringe Dwellings. The Advertiser 8th July 2002.
  • Megaw, J.V. and Megaw, M.R. (2002). The Celts. Encyclopedia of Archaeology: History and Discoveries I A-D, pp. 285-295.
  • Megaw, V.V. and Megaw, M.R. (2002). Contrasting Visions. The Advertiser - 30th December 2002.
  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V. (2002). Wealth of People's Diversity.
  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V. (2002). Themes past and present. The Advertiser - 22nd May 2002.
  • Megaw, J.V. and Megaw, M.R. (2001). Strong Contrast. The Advertiser, 3/07/2001, pp. 45-45.
  • Megaw, J.V. and Megaw, M.R. (2001). Celts. Encyclopedia of Achaeology.
  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V. (2001). Colourful Contrasts. The Advertiser, 3/04/2001, pp. 85-85.
  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V. (2001). Homing in on the Heartlands. The Advertiser, 5/02/2001, pp. 76-76.
  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V. (2001). Indigenous Australians: Visual Arts. The Australian People: An Encyclopedia of the Nation, its People and their Origins.
  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V. (2001). Sisters from Utopia. The Advertiser, 29/05/2001, pp. 46-46.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2001). History Gets Whip Hand. The Advertiser, 19/03/2001, pp. 8-8.
  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V. (2001). Results from Relations. The Advertiser, 12/03/2001, pp. 85-85.
  • Megaw, J.V.S. and Megaw, M.R. (2010). A world turned upsidedown. The bronze plaque from Stupava, okr. Malacky. In Sándor Berecki, ed. Iron Age communities in the Carpathian Basin. Proceedings of the Internatiomal Colloquium from Târgu Mures 9-11 October 2009. Cluj-Napoca, Romania: Bibliotheca Mvsei Marisiensis. International Colloquium from Targu Mures 9-11 October 2009. Oct 2009, pp. 115-126.
  • Megaw, J.V.S. and Megaw, M.R. (2010). East and West in early Celtic art. The first stages once more reviewed. In Erzsébet Jerem, Martin Schönfelder and Günther Wieland, ed. Nord-Süd, Ost-West: Kontakte während der Eisenzeit in Europa. Akten der Internationalen Tagungen der AG Eisenzeit in Hamburg und Sopron 2002. Budapest: Archaeolingua. Internationalen Tagungen der AG Eisenzeit in Hamburg und Sopron 2002. Jan 2002, pp. 183-205.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2002). Figuration and Abstraction in Early Celtic Art: Who is Smiling Now? In Sbornik Narodniho Muzea V Praze Acta Musei Nationalis Pragae. Praha: NARODNI MUSEUM. Figuration et Abstraction dans l'Art de l'Europe Ancienne. Prague, Czech Republic. Jul 2000, pp. 57-64.
  • Megaw, J.V. and Megaw, M.R. (2001). The Ancient Celts: The first European Community? (Plenary lecture) In Evans, G; Martin, B; Wodding, JM, ed. Origins and revivals: Proceedings of the first Australian Conference of Celtic Studies: Sydney Series in Celtic Studies. Sydney: Centre for Celtic Studies, University of Sydney. The First Australian Conference of Celtic Studies. Sydney, NSW. Jul 1992, pp. 559-597.
  • Emilov, J. and Megaw, J.V.S. (2012). Celts in Thrace? A Re-Examination of the Tomb of Mal Tepe, Mezek with Particular Reference to the La Tene Chariot Fittings. Archaeologia Bulgarica, 16(1) pp. 1-32.
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  • Echt, R., Marx, M., Megaw, J.V.S., Van Impe, L. and Verhart, L.B.M. (2011). An Iron Age gold torc from Heerlen (prov. Limburg/NL) Archaeologisches Korrespondenzblatt, 41(1) pp. 31-49.
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  • Burleigh, G. and Megaw, J.V.S. (2011). An Iron Age Mirror from Ruxox, Maulden, Bedfordshire. Antiquaries Journal, 91 pp. 51-58.
    [10.1017/S0003581511000102] [Scopus]
  • Megaw, J.V.S. and Megaw, M.R. (2010). The stamped sherd from Kanín (Central Bohemia): a further essay on early La Tène art style. Archeologicke Rozhledy, 62 pp. 311-325.
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  • Nowakowski, J., Gwilt, A., Megaw, J.V.S. and La Niece, S. (2009). A Late Iron Age Neck-Ring From Pentire, Newquay, Cornwall, with a Note on the Find from Boverton, Vale of Glamorgan. Antiquaries Journal, 89 pp. 35-52.
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  • Buhler, B., Megaw, J.V.S., Megaw, M.R. and Ramsl, P.C. (2008). Grab 115 des latenezeitlichen Graberfeldes von Mannersdorf am Leithagebirge (Niederosterreich): Typologische, technologische und stilistiche Studien zu den beiden Gold armreifen. Germania, 86 pp. 103-134.
  • Megaw, J.V.S. and Megaw, M.R. (2008). The antler implement from Sobesuky, feature no. 3472/91. An essay on early La Tène figural art in Bohemia. Archeologicke Rozhledy, 60(3) pp. 529-546.
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  • Megaw, J.V.S. (2007). Imag(in)ing the Celts. Antiquity, 81(312) pp. 438-445.
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  • Burleigh, G., Megaw, J.V.S., Ashworth, H. and Spratling, M. (2007). The Iron Age mirror burial at Pegsdon, Shillington, Bedfordshire: An Interim Account. Antiquaries Journal, 87 pp. 109-140.
  • Megaw, J.V.S. and Megaw, M.R. (2007). Celtic lyres on a Celtic kylix? A further note on the copy of an Attic red figure two-handled cup from Plzen-Roudna. Archeologicke Rozhledy, 59 pp. 799-804.
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  • Megaw, J.V. and Megaw, M.R. (2006). Strike the Lyre: Notes on an Eastern Celtic Motif. Acta Archaeologica, 57(4) pp. 367-393.
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  • Megaw, J.V.S. (2005). Liselotte Zimmer-Plank (Hrsg.), Kult der Vorzeit in den Alpen. Germania, 83(2) pp. 413-418.
  • Megaw, V.V. (2005). Notes on Two Belt-Plates of Early La Tene Type from Northern Poland. Pomorania Antiqua, 20 pp. 257-276.
  • Megaw, V.V. (2005). The European Iron age with - and without - Celts: a bibliographical essay. European Journal of Archaeology, 8(1) pp. 65-74.
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  • Megaw, J.V. (2003). From Hungary to the Hunsruck-Eifel? The Bronze Buttons from Sitzerath, Kr. St Wendel. Archaeologisches Korrespondenzblatt, 33(2) pp. 229-237.
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  • Stöllner, T., Aspöck, H., Boenke, N., Dobiat, C., Gawlick, H., Groenman-Van Waateringe, W., et al. (2003). The Economy of Durrnberg-bei-Hallein: An Iron Age Salt-Mining Centre in the Austrian Alps. Antiquaries Journal, 83 pp. 123-194.
  • Megaw, J.V. and Megaw, M.R. (2002). The bronze mount from Drouzkovice, northwest Bohemia. Pamatky Archeologicke, 93(2) pp. 173-193.
  • Megaw, J.V. and Megaw, V. (2002). Ancient Britons abroad? Notes on two enamelled bronzes of the 1st century A.D. Revue Du Nord, 83(343) pp. 51-58.
  • Megaw, J.V. (2001). Australian Aborigional Cultures Gallery The Speaking Land: A Review Article. Records of The South Australian Museum-Adelaide, 34(2) pp. 115-125.
  • Megaw, J.V.S. (2012). "Go east young man!" Antipodean thoughts on the earliest La Tène art in Slovakia (with particular reference to the fortified settlement of Horné Orešany) In G Brežinová & V Varsik, ed. Archeológia na prahu historie: K žovotnému jubileu Karola Pietu. Nitra, Slovakia: Archeologický ústav SAV, pp. 447-458.
  • Megaw, J.V.S. and Megaw, M.R. (2012). Poles apart? Notes from the fringes of the ''Hungarian'' sword style. In P Anreiter, E Bánffy, L Bartosiewicz, W Meid & C Metzner-Nebelsick, ed. Archaeological, Cultural and Linguistic Heritage: Festschrift for Erzsébet Jerem in Honour of her 70th Birthday. Budapest, Hungary: Archaeolingua, pp. 401-414.
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  • Megaw, M.R. and Megaw, J.V. (2011). The Elusive Ar ts: The Study of Continental Early Celtic Art Since 1944. In Gocha R. Tsetskhladze, ed. The Black Sea, Greece, Anatolia and Europe in the first millennium BC. Leuven, Belgium: Peeters, pp. 265-316.
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  • Rustoiu, A. and Megaw, J.V.S. (2011). A foreign flowering in Transylvania: the Vegetal Stylearmring from Fântânele - Dealul Popii, jud. Bistrita-Nasaud, Grave 62. In Despina Magureanu, Dragos Mandescu, Sebastian Matei, ed. Archaeology : making of and practice : studies in honor of Mircea Babes at his 70th anniversary. Pitesti, Romania: Institutul de Arheologie, Romania, pp. 217-237.
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  • Megaw, J.V.S. and Megaw, M.R. (2009). Hare or Hind? The decorated spear from Kandija grave K44. In Georg Tiefengraber, Boris Kavur, Andrej Gaspari, ed. Keltske studije II: Studies in Celtic Archaeology - Papers in honour of Mitja Gustin. France: Editions Monique Mergoil, pp. 163-172.
  • Megaw, J.V.S. and Megaw, M.R. (2008). A Celtic mystery: some thoughts on the genesis of insular Celtic art. In Duncan Garrow, Chris Gosden, J D Hill, ed. Rethinking Celtic Art. Oxford, UK: Oxbow Books, pp. 40-58.
  • Megaw, M.R., Megaw, J.V.S., Ramsl, P.C. and Buhler, B. (2007). From Austria to Arras: The Gold Armlets from Grave 115, Mannersdorf a.d. Leitha, Lower Austria. In Chris Gosden, Helena Hamerow, Philip de Jersey and Gary Lock, ed. Communities and Connections: Essays in Honour of Barry Cunliffe. New York, USA: Oxford University Press, pp. 183-216.
  • Megaw, J.V. and Megaw, M.R. (2006). Art, Celtic Pre-Roman. In John Koch, ed. Celtic Culture: A Historical Encyclopedia. Santa Barbara, USA: ABC-Clio Press, pp. 89-97.
  • Megaw, J.V.S. and Megaw, M.R. (2006). Art, Celtic post-Roman. In John T. Koch, ed. Celtic Culture: A Historical Encyclopedia. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-Clio Press, pp. 98-106.
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  • Megaw, V.V. (2005). Early Celtic art without Scythians? A Review. In Halina Dobrzanska, Vincent Megaw and Paulina Roleska, ed. Celts on the margin: Studies in European Cultural Interaction 7th Century BC - 1st Century AD. Dedicated to Zenon Wozniak. Krakow, Poland: Polish Academy of Sciences, pp. 33-47.

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  • Aboriginal Issues
  • Archaeology
  • Arts
  • Britain
  • History - Celtic
  • Museums
  • Music

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  • Archaeology Australasian, European, expecially later prehistory and the Celts
  • Museums and Museology
  • Music Archaeology
  • Ethnographic Art especially contemporary
  • The Celts past and present
  • Indigenous Australian Art
  • Approved Valuer for The Commonwealth Cultural Gifts Program

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