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Beard, D.             “The Infirmary of Bermondsey Priory” The London Archaeologist , vol 5 –7, 1986, pp 186 - 191
Beard, David          “The Battle of Maldon” in Medieval World issue no. 1, July/August 1991, pp 10-14
                      “Repton and
Biddle, M. & Kjølbye-Biddle, B. the Vikings” Antiquity Vol 66, 1992 pp 36-51
Blackmore, L.                     
                      The Origins and Growth of Lundenwic
Blackmore , L. et al “The origins of Lundenwic? Excavations at 8–9 Long Acre/16 Garrick Street, WC2”, London Archaeologist,
Cessford, C.          “Post-Severan Cramond: A Late Roman and Early Historic British and Anglo-Saxon Religious Centre?”, Th
Clark, John           “King Alfred’s London and London’s King Alfred”, London Archaeologist, Vol 9, 2, 1999
Cronan, D                         
                      'Poetic words, conservatism and the dating of Old English poetry'. Anglo-Saxon England, 33 (2004), 23-50
Crummy, P.                        
                      "Aspects of Anglo-Saxon and Norman Colchester", CBA Research Report No 39 (1981), (Colchester Archa
Dyson, Tony                       
                      "Two Saxon Land Grants for Queenhythe" from "Collectanea Londiniensia", Bird, J. et al. (eds), LAMAS Sp
Farrell, R.T.                     
                      Beowulf, Swedes and Geats
Field, P.J.C.         “Gildas and the City of the Legions”, The Heroic Age, Issue 1, spring/summer 1999
Ford, S.                                    Saxon/early medieval deposits at Mitcham Vicarage, 21 Church Road, Mitcham"
                      "Excavation of late
Gifford, E. & Gifford,"Fit for a King" British Archaeology, 80, 2005
Hamerow, H.           'Special Deposits’ in Anglo-Saxon Settlements, Medieval Archaeology, vol 50, 2006, pp 1-30
Hamerow, H. et al Migration Period Settlements and 'Anglo-Saxon' Pottery from Flanders", Medieval Archaeology vol 38, 1994
Harwood, C. et al “Saxo-Norman occupation at Beckenham, Kent?”, London Archaeologist, vol. 10 – 7, 2003, pp 171 – 178
Haslam, Jeremy                    
                      "King Alfred and the Vikings - strategies and tactics, 876-886 AD"
Hill, D.                          
                      Burghal Hidage - Establishment of a Text
Holder, N.                                  town: three new sites in Lundenwic” London Archaeologist, vol. 9 – 6, 2000, pp 151 – 15
                      “Across the Saxon
Hooper, Nicholas "The Anglo-Saxons at War" from "Weapons and Warfare in Anglo-Saxon England", Chadwick Hawkes, So
Kitchen, F.                       
                      Towards the identification of Eorpeburnan
Kjølbye-Biddle, B. The 7th century minster at Winchester interpreted Part 1
Kjølbye-Biddle, B. The 7th century minster at Winchester interpreted Part 2
Kjølbye-Biddle, B. The 7th century minster at Winchester interpreted Part 3
Pepper, G.            “Tothill Street Westminster, and Anglo-Saxon defence”, London Archaeologist, vol. 7 – 16, 1996, pp 432 –4
Pöhler, C.                        
                      "The influence of French in Middle English Syntax", Universität Stuttgart, Institut für Linguistik: Anglistik, 20
Richardson, M.                               an archaeological assessment
                      Lyng and Athelney:
                      "The                  Church: papers on history, architecture and archaeology in honour of Dr H M Taylor", CB
S. & Morris, R.K. (eds) Anglo-Saxon
                      "The Lost   
Sherlock, S.J. & Simmons, M. Royal Cult Of Street House, Yorkshire", British Archaeology, 100, 2008
                      "An M.G.    
Sherlock, S.J. & Welch, Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Norton, Cleveland", CBA Research Report No 82 (1992)
Snyder, C.                                   Some Historical and Archaeological Background”, The
                      “The Age of Arthur: Heroic Age, Issue 1, spring/sum
Taylor, J             “Middle Saxon remains at Covent Garden”, London Archaeologist, vol. 10 – 10, 2004, pp 199 – 203
Thomas, G.                                   a Ringerike-style buckle and related artefacts from London”, London Archaeologist, vol
                      “Vikings in the City:
Treschow, M. et al. “King Alfred's Scholarly Writings and the Authorship of the First Fifty Prose Psalms”, The Heroic Age, Issue
                                            -- the main excavation: late Saxon and medieval sequence”, London Archaeologist, vol.
                      “Number 1 Poultry
Treveil; p. & Rowsome, P.
Vermaat, R.M.         “Forty Years of Fear: Facts, fiction, and the dates for Vortigern in Chapter 66 of the Historia Brittonum”, The
Welch, M.                                   cemetery at 82-90 Park Lane, Croydon, Surrey: excavation or presentation?”, London A
                      “The Anglo-Saxon










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