I have provided Illustrations, cover-work, layout and/or image editing for the following publications:
Manning, W., Paper in preparation. Ironwork from Dwr y Felin, Neath. Glamorgan-Gwent Archaeological Trust.
Walker, E.A., Paper in preparation. Prehistoric excavations on Burry Holms, Gower, Swansea.
Contribution: Lithic artefact illustrations.
Smith, G. and Walker, Elizabeth A., 2015. Snail Cave rock shelter, North Wales: a new prehistoric site. Archaeologia Cambrensis 163 (2014).
Contribution: Lithic artefact illustrations and single plate layout. Fig 7 page 111.
*Available to download from Dr Elizabeth Walker's ReasearchGate page here.
Walker, E.A., Paper shortly to go to press. The Palaeolithic and Mesolithic Hunter-Gatherers of Pembrokeshire. In James, H., Murphy, K. and Wainwright, G. (eds). The Pembrokeshire County History Volume I. To be published by the Pembrokeshire Historical Society. Mesolithic Pembrokeshire
Contribution: Lithic artefact illustrations.
Reynolds, J. 2015. The Roman cremation cemetery at Ultra Pontem, Caerleon: the Coed Site Archaeologia Cambrensis 164, 131–200.
Contribution: Maps and plans.
Crummy, N., and Lodwick, L. 2014. Keeping Watch: A Key Handle from Font-y-Gary, Vale of Glamorgan. In Collins, R. and McIntosh, F. Ed. Life in the Limes - Studies of the people and objects of the Roman Frontiers presented to Lindsay Allason-Jones on the occasion of her birthday and retirement Oxbow Books 120-129
Contribution: Full archaeological Illustration. Fig 16.2 page 123.
Hughes, G., Murphy, K. et al 2014. Fan Foel Round Barrow, Mynydd Du, South Wales:
Archaeological Excavation and Palaeoenvironmental Analysis, Archaeologia Cambrensis 162 (2013) 105-146.
Contribution: Full archaeological illustrations. Figs 10 & 11.
Walker, E.A., Case, D., Ingrem, C., Jones, J.R. and Mourne, R. 2014. Excavations at Cathole Cave, Gower, Swansea. The Proceedings of the University of Bristol Spelaeological Society 26 (2) 131-169.
Contribution: Lithic artefact illustrations. Fig 10.
*Available to download from the University of Bristol Spelaeological Society's website here.
Burrow, Steve 2011. Shadowland: Wales 3000-1500 BC Oxbow Books.
Contribution: Artefact illustrations/visualisations.
Redknap, Mark 2007. Crossing Boundaries - Stylistic Diversity and External Contacts in Early Medieval Wales and the March: Reflections on Metalwork and Sculpture Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 53 24-86.
Contribution: Full archaeological drawings and line-work of several artefacts. Plates VI, VII, XI, XIII & XV.
Redknap, Mark 2009. Glitter in the Dragon’s Lair: Irish and Anglo-Saxon Metalwork from Pre-Viking Wales. Proceedings of the British Academy 157.
Contribution: Full archaeological drawings and schematics.
Burrow, Steve 2006. Catalogue of the Mesolithic and Neolithic Collections: At the National Museums and Galleries of Wales. National Museum Wales Books.
Contribution: Most artefact illustrations, cover painting/illustrations, plate re-arrangement and basic cover design. Figs 2-5, 7-9, 12-15, 17-18, 20-21, 23-24, 26-27, 29-31, 33-34, 36, 38, 39-43, 46-47, 49-51, 53-54.
Burrow, Steve 2006. The Tomb Builders in Wales 4000-3000 BC National Museum Wales Books.
Contribution: Full colour paintings of Din Dryfol and Pentre Ifan chambered tombs.
Besly, Edward 2006 The Rogiet hoard and the coinage of Allectus. The British Numismatic Journal 76.
Contribution: Interpreted line-work images of ships on coins.
*Available to download from the British Numismatic Society's website here.
Besly, Edward 2006 The 1998 Rogiet Roman Coin Hoard The Monmouthshire Antiquary XXII
Contribution: Location map Fig 1.
Caroline Buttler & Mary Davis Ed. 2006. Things Fall apart… National Museum Wales Books.
Contribution: Diagram: The Equation of Time full colour graphic (After Waugh 1973).
Gwilt, A., Kucharski, K., Silvester, R., Davis, M. 2005. A Late Bronze Age Hoard from Trevalyn Farm, Rossett, Wrexham With Some Observations on Hoarding Practice and Gold Bracelet Weights Studia Celtica XXXIX 27–61
Contibution: Illustrations, figure layouts and maps.
Walker, Wenban-Smith & Healy Ed. 2004 Lithics in Action. Lithic Studies Society Occasional Paper 8 - Oxbow Books.
Contribution: Collated and regularised all figure contributions from international contributors. Created cover image using the work of professional photographer Jim Wilde.
David, Andrew and Walker, Elizabeth A 2004. Wales During the Mesolithic Period. In Alan Saville (ed.), Mesolithic Scotland and its Neighbours, 299-337. Edinburgh: Society of Antiquaries of Scotland
Contribution:. Stone age artefact illustrations.
Webster, Janet 2003 A Roman Brooch from Abergavenny Studia Celtica XXXVII University of Wales Press Cardiff 35-42,
Contribution: Archaeological line-work drawing of a Roman brooch. Fig 1.
Burrow, Steve 1999 Reuniting the Dyffryn Ardudwy Pendants Archaeologia Cambrensis Vol CXLVIII.
Contribution: Full archaeological drawing, Fig 1.
Gibson, A. 2001. The Neolithic pottery from Ogmore, Glamorgan. Archaeologia Cambrensis CXLVII. 56-67.
Contribution: Full archaeological drawings Figs 3-6.
Besly, Edward 1998. A Civil War Hoard from Tregwynt, Pembrokeshire. The British Numismatic Journal 68. 121 Fig 1
Contribution: Location plan, Fig 1.
Aldhouse-Green, S., Scott, K., Schwarcz, R., Grün, R., Housley, R., Rae, A. Bevins, R and Redknap, M. 1995 Coygan Cave, Laugharne, South Wales, a Mousterian Site and Hyaena Den: a Report on the University of Cambridge Excavations. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, 61 pp 37-79.
Contribution: All maps, plans, sections (after original field drawings) and artefact illustrations including two artefacts redrawn after an unknown illustrator. Figs 1, 4, 5, 7, 7b, 9, 11, 14, 15, 17, 19, 20, 25, 26, 27 & 28.
Besly, Edward 1995. Short Cross and Other Medieval Coins From Llanfaes, Anglesey. The British Numismatic Journal 65.
Contribution: Location plan and distribution maps. Figs 1-4.
Redknap, Mark 1994. Some Medieval Brooches, Pendants and Moulds from Wales: A Short Survey Archaeologia Cambrensis CXLIII
Contribution: Full archaeological illustrations of some brooches in Figs 1-4, 10, 11 and line drawings of brooches depicted on medieval monuments. Fig 15.
Hughes, Gwilym 1994. Old Oswestry Hillfort Excavations by W.J. Varley 1939-1940 Archaeologia Cambrensis Vol CXLIII.
Contribution: Full Archaeological Drawing.
Campbell, Ewan and Lane, Alan 1993. Excavations at Longbury Bank, Dyfed and Early Medieval Settlement in South Wales. Medieval Archaeology XXXVII.
Contribution: Full archaeological drawings of non-ferrous metalwork. (Erroneously credited as Jacqueline Pearce). Fig 5.
Gaimster, David and Redknap, Mark Ed. 1992. Everyday and Exotic Pottery from Europe c. 650-1900. Studies in Honour of John G. Hurst. Oxbow Books. 53-58.
Contribution: Full archaeological drawings of spit-supports and stamped designs. Figs 1-6.
Aldhouse-Green, S.H.R., Whittle, A. W. R., Allen J.R.L., Caseldine, A.E., Culver, S. J., Day, M. H., Lundquist, J. and Upton, D. 1993. Prehistoric Human Footprints from the Severn Estuary at Uskmouth and Magor Pill, Gwent, Wales CXLI pp 13-56.
Contribution: Full archaeological illustrations of antler mattocks, Fig 16.
Sugget, M., Kibble, B., Cohen, A., Mannion, D. 1992. Earth and Space – Teaching materials in support of science in the National Curriculum The Association for Science Education and The Association for Astronomy Education and endorsed by the Royal Astronomical Society.
Contribution: 120 black and white cartoons and diagrams throughout.
Green, Stephen & Walker Elizabeth 1991. Ice Age Hunters: Neanderthals and Early Modern Hunters in Wales National Museums and Galleries of Wales.
Contribution: Flint and bone artefact illustrations, maps, sections and interpretations of cave paintings (at the beginning of each chapter), Figs 9, 24, 28, 31, 33, 38, 41, 43, 49, 50, 54, 57, 59, 60, 65 & 66.
Cowell, R W 1990. Trial Excavations at the Abbey Hotel, Childwall, 1989 and the early landscape of the Township of Childwall National Museums & Galleries on Merseyside
Contribution: Plans, maps and illustrations.
Cowell, R W 1990. Trial Excavations on Unilever Research Laboratory (U.R.L.) land in Higher Bebington, Wirral National Museums & Galleries on Merseyside.
Contribution: Plans maps and illustrations.