Western, A. G.2017Osteological Analysis of the Cremated Bone from Turing College, University of Kent, Canterbury. OA1078
Western, A. G.2017Archaeological Investigations at the Site of the Former Worcester Royal Infirmary: New Evidence for Dissection and Amputation from a Provincial Hospital. Transactions of the Worcestershire Archaeological Society.
Western, A. G.2016Osteological Analysis of Cremated Bone from Clifton Quarry, Kempsey, Worcestershire. OA1072.
Western, A. G.2016Osteological Analysis of Human Remains from the Horse and Groom site, Bourton on the Hill, Gloucestershire. L-PArchaeology/Urban Archaeology. OA1045.

Rare and well preserved middle Iron Age inhumation burial with strontium, carbon and nitrogen stable isotope analysis undertaken.
Western, A. G.2016Osteological Analysis of the Human Remains from the former Chapel of St. Mary's, Whittal Street, Birmingham. OA1065.
Western, A. G.2016Osteological Analysis of the Human Remains from the South Side of Holy Trinity Church, Old Town, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire. OA1063.

A large assemblage of 304 articulated individuals in addition to an assemblage of 28,889 disarticulated fragments interred within the churchyard of Holy Trinity Church, dating from 1119AD to 1887AD.
Western, A. G.2015Osteological Analysis of the Human Remains from the Cathedral Square Roundabout, Worcester. OA1060
Connolly, E. Vaughan, T., Western, A. G. et al.2015Archaeological Investigations on the Flood Alleviation Scheme, Upton upon Severn, Worcestershire. Transactions of the Worcestershire Archaeological Society.
Vaughan, T., Webster, J. and Western, A. G.2015Archaeological Investigations on the Flood Alleviation Scheme, Kempsey, Worcestershire. Transactions of the Worcestershire Archaeological Society.
Western, A. G. and Kausmally, T.2014Osteological Analysis of Human Remains from the Worcester Royal Infirmary, Castle Street, Worcester. Worcestershire Archaeology Research Report No. 3, Worcestershire County Council.

A substantial disarticulated assemblage associated from the post-medieval Infirmary with evidence of post-mortem medical intervention, peri-mortem trauma and many patholoigcal lesions. Includes details of the associated finds and excavation.
Dalwood, H., Baxter, I, Western, A. G. et al.2015Excavations at the University of Worcester, City Campus, Castle Street, Worcester. Transactions of the Worcestershire Archaeological Society.
Western, A. G.2014Osteological Analysis of the Cremated Bone from Cae'r Odyn, Pen y Garn, Rhydypennau, Ceredigion. Archaeology Wales Ltd. OA1050.

Small deposit of cremated bone from a funerary complex, idenitifed as human and radiocarbon dated to the Neolithic period.
Western, A. G.2014Osteological Analysis of Human Remains from Ovebury, Worcestershire. Worcestershire Archaeology. OA1046.

Two Roman inhumation burials.
Western, A. G.2014Osteological Analysis of Human Remains from the Old Church of St. Peter and St. Paul, Upton-on-Severn, Worcestershire. Worcester Archaeology. OA1044.

Assemblage of 24 well preserved post-medieval inhumantions in addiditon to a collection of disarticulated bone with many examples of trauma and joint disease as well as a possible rare case of cancer. Also evidence for funerary practices from shroud pin preservation and staining, including the recovery of a lock of hair. Skeletal findings were set into their historical context using documentary evidence such as burial records and census data.
Western, A. G.2014Osteological Assessment of Human Remains from Turing College, University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent. Canterbury Archaeological Trust. OA1043.

Prehistoric cremtation burials with some unburned human bone deposits.
Western, A. G.2013Osteological Analysis of the Human Remains from Kingston Down Anglo-Saxon Cemetery, Canterbury, Kent. Canterbury Archaeological Trust, OA1042.
Western, A. G.2013Osteological Analysis of the Human Remains from The Butts, Worcester City. Worcestershire Archive and Archaeology Service, OA1041.
Western, A. G.2013Osteological Analysis of the Human Remains from Yazor Brook, Credenhill, Herefordshire. Worcestershire Archive and Archaeology Service, OA1040.
Western, A. G. and Kausmally, T.2012Osteological Analysis of the Cremated Bone from Banbury Lane, Middleton Cheyney, Northamptonshire. Archaeological Services and Consultancy Ltd. OA1038.
Western, A. G.2012Osteological Analysis of the Cremated Bone from Brockhill Lane, Redditch, Worcestershire. WAAS. OA1039.
Kausmally, T.2012Osteological Analysis of the Faunal Cremated Bone from Brockhill Lane, Redditch, Worcestershire. WAAS. FA1039.
Western, A. G.2012Osteological Analysis of the Human Remains from St. Mary's Church, Kempsey, Worcestershire. WAAS. OA1037.
Analysis of 46 inhumated individuals and additional disarticulated elements from the late Saxon burial ground, a project to include stable isotope analysis to investigate diet and mobility during the period funded by the Environment Agency and carried out at the University of Durham.
Hurst, D. and Western, A. G.2012New Light on Kemerton Camp, Bredon Hill, Worcestershire. In Royal Archaeological Institute Newsletter, 43, April, pp. 6-7. http://www.royalarchinst.org/sites/royalarchinst.org/files/Newsletter_43.pdf
Western, A. G.2012A Basic Overview for the Recovery of Human Remains from Sites Under Development. BAJR Practical Guide 13
Western, A. G. and Warman, S.2012Osteological Analysis of the Cremated Bone from the Rotherwas Access Road, Herefordshire. WAAS. OA1036.
Western, A. G.2012Osteological Assessment of Human Remains from the Old Church of St. Peter and St. Paul, Upton-upon-Severn, Worcestershire. WAAS. OA1035.
Western, A. G.2011Osteological Assessment of Human Remains from St. Mary's Church, Kempsey, Worcestershire. WHEAS. OA1034.
Western, A. G. and Kausmally, T.2011Osteological Analysis of Human Remains from the Worcester Royal Infirmary, Castle Street, Worcester. WHEAS. OA1030. (Updated). A substantial disarticulated assemblage associated from the post-medieval Infirmary with evidence of post-mortem medical intervention, peri-mortem trauma and many patholoigcal lesions.
Western, A. G.2011Osteological Assessment of Human Remains from Grange Farm, Towersey, Thame, Oxon. Benchmark Archaeology. OA1032.
Bekvalac, J. and Kausmally, T.2011The Human Remains. In Grainger, I. and Phillpotts, C. (eds.), The Cistercian Abbey of St. Mary Graces, East Smithfield, London. London: MoLAS Monograph Series.
Sworn, S., Jacobs, A., Pearson, E. and Western, A. G.2010Archaeological Fieldwork at Worcester College of Technology (All Saints Building), Worcester. In Trans. Worcestershire Archaeol. Soc. 3rd ser., 20: 261:276.
Western, A. G.2010Osteological Analysis of Human Remains from The Hoplands, Sleaford, Lincolnshire. APS. OA1031.
A Roman cemetery site containing 54 articulated individuals and a small amount of disarticulated elements, with interesting patterns of pathology such as trauma, inflammation and joint disease.
Western, A. G.2009Osteological Analysis of the Human Remains from City College, Southampton, Hampshire. SCC Archaeology Unit. OA1029.
Remains of a single inhumated Saxon individual.
Western, A. G.2009Osteological Analysis of the Cremated Human Remains from Buttington Cross, Welshpool, Powys, Wales. WHEAS. OA1028.
Rare Bronze Age double cremation containing two subadults and bone pendant fragments.
Western, A. G.2009Osteoarchaeological Analysis of the Skeletal Remains from Sainsbury's Site, St. Johns, Worcester. WHEAS. OA1027.
Several Roman inhumation burials with evidence of decapitation and prone burial.
Robert Cowie, Jelena Bekvalac and Tania Kausmally2008Late 17th- to 19th-century burial and earlier occupation at All Saints, Chelsea Old Church, Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. Archaeology Studies Series. MoLAS2008

Excavations at 2–4 Old Church Street revealed prehistoric activity, a Roman rural settlement, and medieval gardens and domestic occupation associated with a medieval manor house, although most of the evidence for settlement related to the post-medieval period, when Chelsea changed from a village to a riverside resort and finally a suburb. A churchyard occupied the southern half of the site; here were recovered the skeletons of 290 parishioners buried between c 1700 and the mid 19th century, including two members of the Hand family who ran the Chelsea Bun House. The report considers various aspects of the cemetery, including its layout, and analysis of 198 skeletons provides demographic data for comparison with other London cemeteries and information on the health of this community.
Western, A. G.2007An assessment of the human remains and funerary archaeology. In Williams, P. An Archaeological Recording at All Saint's Church, Bisley, Gloucestershire. Mercian Archaeology. PJ200.
Western, A. G.2007Osteological Analysis of a Human Skeleton from a Capuchin Monastery, Antwerp, Belgium. OA1014.
One medieval individual with pathological syndrome.
Western, A. G.2007Osteological Analysis of the Interred and Cremated Skeletal Assemblage from an Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Highfield Farm, Littleport, Cambridgeshire. Archaeological Project Services. OA1013.
Large inhumation Anglo-Saxon cemetery containing 93 inhumated individuals and 4 cremation burials.
Kausmally, T.2007The animal bones. Excavations at the gardens, Sprotborough, South Yorkshire. Yorkshire Archaeological Journal 79, 303-305
Griffin S., Western, A. G., Mann, A., & Dalwood, H.2006A Late Iron Age Burial at Old Yew Hill Wood, Church Lench. In Trans. Worcestershire Archaeol. Soc., 3rd ser., 20:1-9.
Kausmally, T.2006Analysis of the Faunal Remains from Hill Croft, Bodenham, Herefordshire. Herefordshire Archaeology . OA/FA1013.
Western, A. G2006Osteological Analysis of the Cremated Remains from Castle Field, Stapleton, Herefordshire. Herefordshire Archaeology. OA/FA1012.
Western, A. G.2006Osteological Analysis of the Human Remains from St. Andrew's Burial Ground, Worcester. Worcester Historic Environment and Archaeological Service. OGW1011. Case Study
Inhumated remains of 24 individuals and a substantial disarticulated assemblage from the post-medieval cemetery with many examples of pathology.
Brickley, M., Berry, H., & Western, A. G.2006The People: Physical Anthropology in St. Martin's Uncovered: Investigations in the Churchyard of St Martin's-in-the-Bull Ring, Birmingham, 2001, by Brickley, M., Buteux, S., Adams, J. & Cherrington, R. Oxbow Books.

The archaeological excavations at St. Martin's churchyard, Birmingham uncovered 857 burials dating to the late 18th and the 19th century. The burials represent a cross-section of Birmingham's population during the peiod of the Industrial Revolution. Detailed anthropological analysis was carried out on a sample of 505 of the skeletons, investigating aspects of demography and health. Compared to the modern British population, the analysis revealed a high prevalence of metabolic diseases, such as scurvy and rickets. The results of these and other pathological conditions reveal that there were very real links between the prevalence of diseases and the socio-economic status of the individuals under investigation.
Bekvalac, J. and Kausmally, T.2006Chelsea Lives: A Record in Bone. The Chelsea Society Report 2006. 34-49.
Kausmally, T. and Western, A. G.2005Human and Faunal Remains from Gramer House, Mancetter, Warwickshire. Mercian Archaeology PJ153.
Kausmally, T. and Western, A. G.2005Excavation of Faunal Skeletal Remains from Archaeological Sites. BAJR.
Western, A. G. and Kausmally, T.2005Analysis of the Cremated Bone from Roman Road, near Stretton Sugwas, Herefordshire. Mercian Archaeology, PJ 140
Western, A. G. and Kausmally, T.2005A Field Guide to the Excavation of Inhumated Human Remains. BAJR.
Western, A. G. and Kausmally, T.2004A Basic Overview for the Recovery of Human Remains from Sites Under Development. BAJR.
Western, A. G. and Kausmally, T.2004Human Remains from George Lane and Furzen Farm, near Wyre Piddle, Worcestershire.Mercian Archaeology, PJ 120
Western, A. G.2004Human Remains from the Commandery, Worcester. Mercian Archaeology, PJ 116
Western, A. G.2003Human Remains from the Chapter House, Worcester Cathedral. Mercian Archaeology, PJ 112
Western, A. G.2003Osteological Analysis of Human Remains from Upper Moor, near Wyre Piddle, Worcestershire. Mercian Archaeology, PJ 108.
Kausmally, T.2003Report on Abbots Mews Hotel, York - oesteological assemblage. On-site Archaeology, York.
Kausmally, T.2003Report on Sewerby Cottage Farm Inhumations, Cremated Bone and Zooarchaeological Remains. On-site Archaeology, York.
Griffin, S., Mann, A. and Western, A. G.2002Excavation at Old Yew Hill Wood, Church Lench, Worcestershire. Archaeological Service, Worcestershire County Council, Report 904.
Kausmally, T2002Report on a human inhumation from All Saints School, Blossom St., York. On-site Archaeology, York
Kausmally, T.2002Report on six inhumations at 136, Lawrence St., York, St. Nicholas Hospital, Medieval. On-site Archaeology, York.
Kausmally, T.2002Report on a human inhumation from Mill Mount, York. On-site Archaeology, York.
Kausmally, T.2002Report on a human juvenile inhumation from Mill Mount, York. On-site Archaeology, York.
Kausmally, T.2002An assessment ofthe osteological assemblage, Hungate, York. On-site Archaeology, York.
Kausmally, T.2002Report on the zooarchaeological remains from the Malham-Hellifield pipeline. On-site Archaeology, York.
Kausmally, T.2002Report on the zooarchaeological remains from an evaluation on Speculation St., York. On-site Archaeology, York.
Kausmally, T.2002Transco-West Hull - Pipeline project 2001/2002 - Osteological Assessment Report. On-site Archaeology, York.