Table 1: Document types located in Web of Science Core Collection when topic searching for 'archaeol*' or 'archeol*'. (Numbers in italics are those defined in this study as research outputs for archaeology.)
Table 2: Examples of variations in author and source names in Web of Science entries for reconciliation in the pre-processing of publication data
Table 3: The number of sources and times cited in archaeological research outputs. (The number of sources with 50 citations or more is highlighted in red.)
Table 4: Clusters of co-cited sources: their themes and major source titles
Table 5: The number of first authors and their times cited in archaeological research outputs. (The number of first authors with 50 citations or more is highlighted in red.)
Table 6: Clusters of co-cited authors: their themes and major author names
Table 7: The number of terms and the times cited in the titles and abstracts of archaeological research outputs. (Terms used 50 times or more highlighted in red)
Table 8: Clusters of terms used in archaeological research outputs: their themes and major terms
Table 9: The number and percentage of citations made from archaeological research outputs to cited documents by 10-year intervals
Table 10: Patterns of representation of males and females among the most cited authors in thematic cluster groups and the discipline of archaeology as a whole
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