Bartosiewicz, L., Vaughan, M. And Tóth, Z., 2013. "Roman Period Evidence for a Special Form of Perimortem Trauma in Large Livestock" Archeometriai Műhely, X (4), Pp. 301-306.
Vaughan, M., Bonsall, C., Bartosiewicz, L., Schoop, U. And Pickard, C., 2013. "Variation in The Carbon and Nitrogen Isotopic Signatures of Pig Remains from Prehistoric Sites in the Near East and Central Europe" Archeometriai Műhely, X (4), Pp. 307-312.
Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Unpublished Theses and Dissertation:
Vaughan, M., 2016. "The Faunal Bioanalysis of Drumclay Crannóg" PhD diss., Queen's University Belfast.
Vaughan, M., 2013. "To Graze into the Abyss: A comparative dietary analysis of domesticated pigs in Anatolia, Syria, Hungary, and Cyprus" master's thesis, University of Edinburgh.
Vaughan, M., 2012. “Prediction of Place: Calculating the Presence of Archaeology Sites in Pisgah National Forest” undergraduate thesis, Warren Wilson College.
April 7, 2016
“The Faunal Bioanalysis of Drumclay Crannóg.” Presented at Queen’s University Belfast.
July 26-August 2, 2015
“Cattle and Kings: Cattle Mobility in the Irish Medieval Period.” Presented at the XIX INQUA Congress in Nagoya, Japan.
June 20-21, 2014
"The Prelimary Faunal Analysis of Drumclay Crannog, County Fermanagh." Presented at the Postgraduate Zooarchaeology Forum (PZAF).
Cattle Metacarpal with evidence of Paleopathology from Drumclay Crannog, Co. Fermannagh, Northern Ireland.
Vaughan, M. 2014, Drumclay Faunal Analysis: First Interim Report, NIEA archives.
Vaughan, M. 2014, Drumclay End of Year Faunal Report, NIEA archives.