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1Beard, D.The Battle of MaldonMedieval World 1, July/August 1991
2Biddle, M. & Kjølbye-Biddle, B.Repton and the VikingsAntiquity Vol 66, 1992 pp 36-51
3Blackmore, L.The Origins and Growth of Lundenwicin Hardh, B & Larsson, L (eds) December 2002 Central Places in the Migration and Merovingian Periods, pp 273-301 Stockholm
4Blackmore, L. et alThe origins of Lundenwic? Excavations at 8–9 Long Acre/16 Garrick Street, WC2London Archaeologist Winter 2004
5Butler, L.A.S. & Morris, R.K. (eds)The Anglo-Saxon Church: papers on history, architecture and archaeology in honour of Dr H M TaylorCBA Research Report No 60 (1986)
6Cessford, C. Post-Severan Cramond: A Late Roman and Early Historic British and Anglo-Saxon Religious Centre?The Heroic Age, Issue 4, winter 2001
7Clark, JohnKing Alfred’s London and London’s King AlfredLondon Archaeologist, Vol 9, 2, 1999
8Crummy, P.Aspects of Anglo-Saxon and Norman ColchesterCBA Research Report No 39 (1981), (Colchester Archaeological Report 1)
9Dyson, T.Two Saxon Land Grants for Queenhythefrom "Collectanea Londiniensia", Bird, J. et al. (eds), LAMAS Special Paper no. 2, 1978, pp. 200-215
10Farrell, R.T.Beowulf, Swedes and GeatsViking Society for Northern Research, 972
11Field, P.J.C. Gildas and the City of the LegionsThe Heroic Age, Issue 1, spring/summer 1999
12Ford, S.Excavation of late Saxon/early medieval deposits at Mitcham Vicarage, 21 Church Road, MitchamSurrey Archaeological Collections, 91, 93–104, 2004
13Gifford, E. & Gifford, J.Fit for a KingBritish Archaeology, 80, 2005
14Hamerow, H.'Special Deposits’ in Anglo-Saxon SettlementsMedieval Archaeology, vol 50, 2006, pp 1-30
15Hamerow, H. et alMigration Period Settlements and 'Anglo-Saxon' Pottery from FlandersMedieval Archaeology vol 38, 1994, pp 1-18
16Haslam, JeremyKing Alfred and the Vikings - strategies and tactics, 876-886 AD The version on this site - very much a working draft - was updated on 6th May 2003 This version is now superceded by the final published version, in Anglo-Saxon Studies in Archaeology and History, 13 (brought out June 2006)
17Hill, D.Burghal Hidage - Establishment of a TextMedieval Archaeology, 13, 1969, pp 84-92
18Hooper, NicholasThe Anglo-Saxons at Warfrom "Weapons and Warfare in Anglo-Saxon England", Chadwick Hawkes, Sonia (ed), 1989, pp. 191 - 202
19Kitchen, F.Towards the identification of EorpeburnanMed Arch. XXVIII, 1984, pp 175-8
20Kjølbye-Biddle, B.The 7th century minster at Winchester interpreted Part 1in Butler, L.A.S. and Morris, R.K. (eds), The Anglo-Saxon Church: Papers on History, Architecture and Archaeology in Honour of Dr. H.M. Taylor, Council for British Archaeology Research Report 60, London, pp. 196-209
21Kjølbye-Biddle, B.The 7th century minster at Winchester interpreted Part 2in Butler, L.A.S. and Morris, R.K. (eds), The Anglo-Saxon Church: Papers on History, Architecture and Archaeology in Honour of Dr. H.M. Taylor, Council for British Archaeology Research Report 60, London, pp. 196-209
22Kjølbye-Biddle, B.The 7th century minster at Winchester interpreted Part 3in Butler, L.A.S. and Morris, R.K. (eds), The Anglo-Saxon Church: Papers on History, Architecture and Archaeology in Honour of Dr. H.M. Taylor, Council for British Archaeology Research Report 60, London, pp. 196-209
23Miles, D. (ed)Archaeology at Barton Court Farm, Abingdon, Oxon1986, Oxford Archaeological Unit Report 3, CBA Research Report 50
24Pöhler, C.The influence of French in Middle English SyntaxUniversität Stuttgart, Institut für Linguistik: Anglistik, 2007
25Richardson, M.Lyng and Athelney: an archaeological assessmentEnglish Heritage Extensive Urban Survey 2003
26Sherlock, S.J. & Simmons, M.The Lost Royal Cult Of Street House, YorkshireBritish Archaeology, 100, 2008
27Sherlock, S.J. & Welch, M.G.An Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Norton, ClevelandCBA Research Report No 82 (1992)
28Snyder, C. The Age of Arthur: Some Historical and Archaeological BackgroundThe Heroic Age, Issue 1, spring/summer 1999
29Thomas, G. “Vikings in the City: a Ringerike-style buckle and related artefacts from LondonLondon Archaeologist, vol. 9 – 8, 2001, pp 228 – 231
30Treschow, M. et al. King Alfred's Scholarly Writings and the Authorship of the First Fifty Prose PsalmsThe Heroic Age, Issue 12, May 2009
31Vermaat, R.M. Forty Years of Fear: Facts, fiction, and the dates for Vortigern in Chapter 66 of the Historia BrittonumThe Heroic Age, Issue 1, autumn/winter 1999
32Wenham, S.J.Anatomical Interpretations of Anglo-Saxon Weapon Injuriesfrom “Weapons and Warfare in Anglo-Saxon England”, Sonia Chadwick Hawkes (ed), 1989, Oxford University Committee for Archaeology, Monograph no. 21, pp 123 – 139

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