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Bintley, M. (2017) Beacons of belief: seasonal change and sacred trees in Britain from prehistory to the later Middle Ages. In: Bintley, M., Locker, M., Symons, V. and Wellesley, M., eds. Stasis in the Medieval West?: Questioning Change and Continuity. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 27-45 ISBN 9781349950331

Bintley, M. (2015) Trees in the religions of early medieval England. Martlesham: Boydell Press. ISBN 9781843839897.

Bintley, M. (2015) Where are the wīcs in Old English poetry? In: Boulton, M., Hawkes, J. and Herman, M., eds. The Art, Literature and Material Culture of the Medieval World: Transition, Transformation and Taxonomy. Dublin: Four Courts Press. ISBN 9781846825613

Bintley, M., Locker, M., Symons, V. and Wellesley, M., eds. (2017) Stasis in the Medieval West?: questioning change and continuity. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9781349950331.

Bintley, M. and Shapland, M. (2013) Introduction to Trees and timber in the Anglo-Saxon world. In: Bintley, M. and Shapland, M., eds. Trees and Timber in the Anglo-Saxon World. Medieval History and Archaeology. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780199680795

Bintley, M. and Shapland, M., eds. (2013) Trees and timber in the Anglo-Saxon world. Medieval History and Archaeology. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780199680795.

Bintley, M. and Williams, T. J., eds. (2015) Representing beasts in early medieval England and Scandinavia. Martlesham: Boydell Press. ISBN 9781783270088.

Bintley, M. and Williams, T. J. T. (2015) Representing beasts in early medieval England and Scandinavia: an introduction. In: Bintley, M. and Williams, T. J. T., eds. Representing Beasts in Early Medieval England and Scandinavia. Martlesham: Boydell Press. ISBN 9781783270088

Brundle, L. (2018) The Taplow drinking horn: gripping-arm gestures and female performance in the migration period. In: Semple, S., Orsini, C. and Mui, S., eds. Life on the Edge: Social, Political and Religious Frontiers in Early Medieval Europe. Braunschweigisches Landesmuseum with the Internationales Sachsensymposion. pp. 373-381 ISBN 9783932030772

Brundle, L. (2013) The body on display: exploring the role and use of figurines in early Anglo-Saxon England. Journal of Social Archaeology, 13 (2). pp. 197-219. ISSN 1469-6053.


Capel, S. (1997) Imaging technology and archaelogy. Graphic Archaeology. pp. 1-7. ISSN 1351-9174.


Firth, C. and Cole, J. (2015) Super volcano eruptions and their impact on hominin evolution. In: XiX INQUA Congress, 26th July 2015-2nd August, 2015, Nagoya, Japan. (Unpublished)

Firth, C., Hopkinson, L., Rutt, K., Kristova, P. and Blows, J. (2015) Sourcing limestone masonry for restoration of historic buildings: a spectroscopic study. Journal of Cultural Heritage, 16 (6). pp. 822-830. ISSN 1296-2074.


Hannon, N., Rohl, D. and Wilson, Lyn (2017) The Antonine wall distance slabs and LiDAR as metric survey: shedding new light on a world heritage site. Journal of Roman Archaeology, 30. pp. 447-468. ISSN 1047-7594.

Hardy, L. (2010) Some thoughts on the antiquarianism of 100 objects. In: Unearthing the Past, 24 - 26 September 2010, University Centre Folkestone.

Hardy, L. (2007) A town unearthed. Local History, 115. pp. 18-23.


Jones, A. and Sibbesson, E. (2013) Archaeological complexity: materials, multiplicity and the transitions to agriculture in Britain. In: Alberti, B., Pollard, J. and Jones, A., eds. Archaeology After Interpretation: Returning Materials to Archaeological Theory. Left Coast Press. ISBN 9781611323412


Palencia-Ortas, A., Osete, M.L., Campuzano, S., McIntosh, G., Larrazabal, J., Sastre, J. and Rodriguez-Aranda, J. (2017) New archaeomagnetic directions from Portugal and evolution of the geomagnetic field in Iberia from Late Bronze Age to Roman Times. Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, 270. pp. 183-194. ISSN 0031-9201.


Rohl, D. (2012) Chorography: history, theory and potential for archaeological research. In: Duggan, M., McIntosh, F. and Rohl, D., eds. TRAC 2011: Proceedings of the Twenty-First Annual Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference. TRAC Proceedings. Oxford: Oxbow Books. pp. 19-32 ISBN 9781842174999

Rohl, D. (2015) Place theory, genealogy, and the cultural biography of Roman monuments. In: Brindle, T., Allen, M., Durham, E. and Smith, Alex, eds. TRAC 2014: Proceedings of the Twenty-Fourth Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference, Reading, 2014. Oxford: Oxbow. pp. 1-16 ISBN 9781785700026


Seaman, A. (2016) Defended settlement in early medieval Wales: problems of presence, absence and interpretation. In: Christie, N. and Herold, H., eds. Fortified Settlements in Early Medieval Europe: Defended Communities of the 8th-10th Centuries. Oxford: Oxbow. pp. 37-51 ISBN 9781785702358

Seaman, A. (2017) Further research on a predictive model of early medieval settlement location: exploring the use of field-names as proxy data. Medieval Settlement Research, 32. ISSN 2046-5211.

Seaman, A. (2017) Landscape, economy and society in late and Post-Roman Wales. In: UNSPECIFIED, ed. Interpreting Transformations of People and Landscapes in Late Antiquity. Oxbow. (In Press)

Seaman, A. (2018) Power, place and territory in early medieval South-East Wales. In: Carroll, J., Reynolds, A. and Yorke, B., eds. Power and Place in Early Medieval Europe. Proceedings of the British Academy. London: British Academy. (In Press)

Seaman, A. (2016) Reconstructing a medieval welsh landscape: exploring the evidence of nineteenth century field-names and land-use data in landscape archaeology. [Dataset]

Seaman, A. (2014) Tempora Christiana? conversion and Christianisation in Western Britain AD 300-700. Church Archaeology, 16. pp. 1-22. ISSN 13668129.

Seaman, A., Davies, T. and Davis, O. (2015) The Eastern Vale of Glamorgan palaeoenvironmental resource assessment project: summary report. Archaeology in Wales, 54. pp. 164-167. ISSN 0306-7629.

Seaman, A. and Lane, A. (2018) The Dinas Powys ‘Southern Banks’: excavations of the Ty’n y Coed earthworks 2011–14. Archaeologia Cambrensis, 168. ISSN 0306-6924. (In Press)

Sibbesson, E. (2015) Modern techniques of palaeodietary reconstruction. In: Albala, K., ed. The SAGE Encyclopedia of Food Issues. New York: SAGE Reference. ISBN 9781452243016

Sibbesson, E. (2011) Social fabrics: people and pottery at Early Neolithic Kilverstone, Norfolk. In: Anderson-Whymark, H. and Thomas, J., eds. Regional Perspectives on Neolithic Pit Deposition: Beyond the Mundane. Oxford: Oxbow Books. ISBN 9781842174685

Sibbesson, E. (2014) Transformations in cookery and clay: the first thousand years of pottery in prehistoric Oxfordshire. In: McWilliams, M., ed. Food & Material Culture. Proceedings of the 2013 Oxford Symposium on Food & Cookery. Prospect Books. ISBN 9781909248403

Sibbesson, E. (2013) Visitors at the trench edge: Archaeology and outreach at Historic Dilston, Northumberland, UK. In: Carr, N. and Walker, C., eds. Tourism and Archaeology: Sustainable Meeting Grounds. Left Coast Press. ISBN 9781611329896

Smyth, A. P. (2000) Seanchas: Studies in Early and Medieval Irish Archaeology, History and Literature in Honour of Francis J. Byrne. Dublin: Four Courts Press. ISBN 1851824898.

Sweetinburgh, S. (2016) Looking to the past: the St Thomas Pageant in early Tudor Canterbury. Archaeologia Cantiana, 137. pp. 163-184. ISSN 0066-5894.

Symons, V., Wellesley, M. and Bintley, M. (2017) Introduction: Stasis in the Medieval West?: Questioning change and continuity. In: Bintley, M., Locker, M., Symons, V. and Wellesley, M., eds. Stasis in the Medieval West?: Questioning Change and Continuity. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 1-26 ISBN 9781349950331


Thomson, S. and Bintley, M., eds. (2016) Sensory perception in the Medieval West. Turnhout: Brepols.

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