Bibliography & Further Reading

The following is intended as an overall bibliography for the site, so that I can simply put in a link to an entry on this page instead of having to use footnotes in non-academic pieces (which can be overly-formal) or having to try to link directly to articles/books on various sites online (which can be tricky, especially for publications such as the Journal of the English Place-Name Society that have no online presence).
  • Archibald, M. A., 'Islamic and Christian gold coins from Spanish mints found in England, mid-eleventh to mid-thirteenth centuries', in R. Naismith, M. Allen & E. Screen (eds.), Early Medieval Monetary History (Farnham, 2014), pp. 377–96
  • Balkwill, C. J., 'Old English wīc and the origin of the hundred', Landscape History, 15 (1993), 5–12
  • Barton, N., Ice Age Britain (London, 2005)
  • Beeston, A. F. L., 'Idrisi's account of the British Isles', Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, 13.2 (1950), 265–80
  • Berridge, N. G. & Pattison, J., Geology of the Country Around Grimsby and Patrington (London, 1994)
  • Biddle, M., 'Ptolemaic coins from Winchester', Antiquity, 49 (1975), 213–15
  • Blackburn, M., 'Coin finds and coin circulation in Lindsey, c. 600–900' in A. Vince (ed.), Pre-Viking Lindsey (Lincoln, 1993), pp. 80–90
  • Blackburn, M., 'Gold in England during the 'Age of Silver' (eighth–eleventh centuries)', in J. Graham-Campbell & G. Williams, Silver Economy in the Viking Age (Walnut Creek, 2007), pp. 55–98
  • Boon, G. C., Byzantine and other exotic ancient bronze coins from Exeter', in N. Holbrook & P. T. Bidwell (eds.), Exeter Archaeological Reports 4 (Exeter, 1991), pp. 38–43
  • Cameron, K., The Place-Names of Lincolnshire, III (Nottingham, 1992)
  • Cameron, K., English Place Names, 2nd edn (London, 1996)
  • Cameron, K., A Dictionary of Lincolnshire Place-names (Nottingham, 1998)
  • Cameron, K., The Place-Names of Lincolnshire, VI (Nottingham, 2001)
  • Chenery, C. et al, 'Strontium and stable isotope evidence for diet and mobility in Roman Gloucester, UK', Journal of Archaeological Science, 37 (2010), 150–63
  • Corder, P. & Richmond, I. A., 'A Romano-British Interment, with Bucket and Sceptres, from Brough, East Yorkshire', Antiquaries Journal, 18 (1938), 68–74
  • Cox, B., 'The significance of the distribution of English place-names in -hām in the Midlands and East Anglia', Journal of the English Place-Name Society, 5 (1972–3), 15–73
  • Cox, B., 'The pattern of Old English burh in early Lindsey', Anglo-Saxon England, 23 (1994), 35–56
  • Cox, B., 'Yarboroughs in Lindsey', Journal of the English Place-Name Society, 28 (1995–6), 50–60
  • Crowson, A. et al (eds), Anglo-Saxon Settlement on the Siltland of Eastern England (Heckington, 2005)
  • Daubney, A., 'The use of gold in Late Iron Age and Roman Lincolnshire', in S. Malone & M. Williams (eds.), Rumours of Roman Finds: Recent Work on Roman Lincolnshire (Heckington, 2010), pp. 64–74
  • Daux, V. et al, 'Oxygen isotope fractionation between human phosphate and water revisited', Journal of Human Evolution, 55 (2008), 1138–47
  • Dunlop, D. M., 'The British Isles according to medieval Arabic authors', Islamic Quarterly, 4 (1957), 11–28
  • Ellis, S. et al (eds.), Wetland Heritage of he Lincolnshire Marsh: an Archaeological Survey (Hull, 2001)
  • Ekwall, E., The Concise Oxford Dictionary of English Place-Names, 4th edn (Oxford, 1960)
  • Everson, P. L., Taylor, C. C. & Dunn, C. J., Change and Continuity: Rural Settlement in North-West Lincolnshire (London, 1991)
  • Everson, P. & Stocker, D., 'Roots and residue: the monastery and its landscape', in P. Everson & D. Stocker, Custodians of Continuity? The Premonstratensian Abbey at Barlings and the Landscape of Ritual (Heckington, 2011), pp. 385–404
  • Fell, C., 'The Icelandic Saga of Edward the Confessor: Its Version of the Anglo-Saxon Emigration to Byzantium', Anglo-Saxon England, 3 (1974), 179–96
  • Fellows-Jensen, G., ‘The Weevil’s claw’ in A. van Nahl et al (eds), Namenwelten (Berlin, 2004), pp. 76–89
  • Fenwick, H., The Lincolnshire Marsh: Landscape Evolution, Settlement Development and the Salt Industry (PhD Thesis, University of Hull, 2007)
  • Field, N., 'Stow church', Lincolnshire History & Archaeology, 19 (1984), 105–06
  • Gavin, F., 'Insular Military Style Silver Pins in Late Iron Age Ireland’, in F. Hunter and K. Painter (eds), Late Roman Silver Within and Beyond the Frontier: the Traprain Treasure in Context (Edinburgh, 2013), pp. 415–26
  • Gavin, F. & Newman, C., 'Notes on Insular Silver in the "Miltiary style"', Journal of Irish Archaeology, 16 (2007), 1–10
  • Gelling, M., 'English place-names derived from the compound wīchām' reprinted in K. Cameron (ed.),  Place-name Evidence for the Anglo-Saxon Invasion and Scandinavian Settlements (Nottingham, 1977), pp. 8–26
  • Gelling, M., 'Further thoughts on pagan place-names', reprinted in K. Cameron (ed.), Place-name Evidence for the Anglo-Saxon Invasion and Scandinavian Settlements (Nottingham, 1977), pp. 99–114
  • Gelling, M., Signposts to the Past. Place-names and the History of England, 2nd edn (Chichester, 1988)
  • Gelling, M. & Cole, A., The Landscape of Place-Names, 2nd edn (Stamford, 2003)
  • Godfrey, J., 'The defeated Anglo-Saxons take service with the Byzantine Emperor', Anglo-Norman Studies, 1 (1979), 63–74 
  • Goodchild, R. G. & Milne, J. G., 'The Greek Coins from Exeter Reconsidered', Numismatic Chronicle, 17 (1937), 124–34
  • Green, Britons and Anglo-Saxons: Lincolnshire AD 400–650 (Lincoln, 2012)
  • Green, 'Tealby, the Taifali, and the end of Roman Lincolnshire', Lincolnshire History and Archaeology, 46 (2011 [2014]), 5–10
  • Grierson, P., 'Oboli de Musc'', English Historical Review, 66 (1951), 75–81
  • Harding, J. R., 'Two Frankish beads from the coast of Tanganyika', Medieval Archaeology, 4 (1960), 126–7
  • Henig, M. & Leahy, K., 'Two sceptre mounts based on the dodecahedron', Antiquaries Journal, 69 (1989), 321–3
  • Higham, N. J., Rome, Britain and the Anglo-Saxons (London, 1992)
  • Higham, N. J. & Ryan, M., The Anglo-Saxon World (New Haven & London, 2013)
  • Hough, C., 'Wilsill in Yorkshire and related place-names', Notes and Queries, 50.3 (2003), 253–7
  • Insley, J., 'Gumeningas', Reallexikon der Germanischen Altertumskunde,13 (1999), 191–3
  • Insley, J., 'Kultische namen', Reallexikon der Germanischen Altertumskunde, 17 (2000), 425–37
  • Insley, J., 'Siedlungsnamen §2. Englische', Reallexikon der Germanischen Altertumskunde, 28 (2005), 344–53
  • Institute of Estuarine and Coastal Studies, Humber Estuary & Coast (Hull, 1994)
  • Jones, D., 'Romano-British Settlements on the Lincolnshire Wolds', in R. H. Bewley (ed.), Lincolnshire's Archaeology from the Air (Lincoln, 1998), pp. 69–80
  • Jones, M. J., 'The Colonia era: archaeological account' in D. Stocker (ed.), The City hy the Pool' Assessing the Arehaeology of the City of Lineoln (Oxford, 2003), pp. 56–137
  • Kitson, P., 'Quantifying qualifiers in Anglo-Saxon charter boundaries', Folia Linguistica Historica, 14 (1993), 29–82
  • Kovalev, R. K., 'Dirham Mint Output of Samanid Samarqand and its Connection to the Beginnings of Trade with Northern Europe (10th century)', Histoire & Mesure, 17.3/4 (2002), 197–216
  • Kuurman, J., 'An examination of the ‑ingas, ‑inga‑ place-names in the East Midlands', Journal of the English Place-Name Society, 7 (1974–5), 11–44
  • Laing J. & Laing, L., 'A Mediterranean trade with Wirral in the Iron Age', Cheshire Archaeological Bulletin, 9 (1983), 7–9
  • Leahy, K., The Anglo-Saxon Kingdom of Lindsey (Stroud, 2007)
  • Loveluck, C., Northwest Europe in the Early Middle Ages, c. AD 600–1150: A Comparative Archaeology (Cambridge, 2013)
  • Mann, J. C., 'The creation of four provinces in Britain by Diocletian', Britannia, 29 (1998), 339–41
  • Markey,, M., Wilkes, E. & Darvill, T., 'Poole Harbour: an Iron Age port', Current Archaeology, 181 (2002), 7–11
  • May, J., 'The major settlements of the Late Iron Age in Lincolnshire', in N. Field & A. White (eds.), A Prospect of Lincolnshire (Lincoln, 1984), pp. 18–22
  • Mills, A. D., A Dictionary of English Place-Names (Oxford, 1991)
  • Milne, J. G., Finds of Greek Coins in the British Isles (Oxford, 1948)
  • Morgan, L., 'The coin that crossed cultures', BBC History Magazine, 7.8 (August 2006), 46–7
  • Nightingale, P. 'The London Pepperers' Guild and some twelfth-century English trading links with Spain', Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research, 58 (1985), 123–32
  • Naismith, R., 'Islamic Coins from Early Medieval England', Numismatic Chronicle, 165 (2005), 193–222
  • Noonan, T. S., 'A dirham hoard of the early eleventh century from northern Estonia and its importance for the routes by which dirhams reached Eastern Europe CA. 1000 AD', Journal of Baltic Studies, 14.3 (1983), 185–201
  • North, R., Heathen Gods in Old English Literature (Cambridge, 1997)
  • Oliver, R., 'Possible Roman roads from Caistor and a possible fort at Cleethorpes', Lincolnshire History & Aarchaeology, 41 (2006), 18–21
  • Owen, A. E. B., 'Roads and Romans in south-east Lindsey', in A. R. Rumble & A. D. Mills (eds), Names, Places and People (Stamford, 1997), pp. 254–68
  • Owen, A. & Coates, R., 'Traiectus/Tric/Skegness: a Domesday name explained', Lincolnshire History & Archaeology, 38 (2004), 42–4
  • Penhallurick, R. D., Ancient and Early Medieval Coins from Cornwall & Scilly (London, 2010)
  • Robinson, D. N., The Book of Louth: the Story of a Market Town (Buckingham, 1979)
  • Robinson, D. N., The Book of the Lincolnshire Seaside (Buckingham, 1981)
  • Robinson, D. N., The Story of Hubbard's Hills (Louth, 2007)
  • Sandred, K. I., 'Ingham in East Anglia: a new interpretation', Leeds Studies in English, 18 (1987), 231–40
  • Sawyer, P., Anglo-Saxon Lincolnshire (Lincoln, 1997)
  • Shennan, I. et al, 'Holocene isotasy and relative sea-level changes on the east coast of England', in I. Shennan & J. Andrews (eds.), Holocene Land-Ocean Interaction and Environmental Change Around the North Sea (London, 2000), pp. 275–98
  • Shepard, J., 'The English and Byzantium: a study of their role in the Byzantine army in the later eleventh century', Traditio, 29 (1973), 53–92
  • Shepard, J., 'Another New England? — Anglo-Saxon settlement on the Black Sea', Byzantine Studies, 1 (1978), 18–39
  • Smith, J. T., 'The Roman Villa at Denton', Lincolnshire Architectural and Archaeological Society Reports and Papers, 10.2 (New Series), 1964, 75–104
  • Southern, P., 'The army in late Roman Britain', in M. Todd (ed.), A Companion to Roman Britain (Oxford, 2004), pp. 393–408
  • Swinnerton, H. H., 'The post-glacial deposits of the Lincolnshire coast', Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society, 87 (1931), 360–75
  • Tatham, S. P., Aspects of Health and Population Studies in Northern Europe Between the Tenth and Twelfth Centuries (University of Leicester PhD Thesis, 2004)
  • Todd, M., The South West to 1000 AD (London, 1987)
  • Turner, S., 'Aspects of the development of public assembly in the Danelaw', Assemblage, 5 (2000)
  • Ulmschneider, K. U., Markets, Minsters, and Metal-detectors: the Archaeology of Middle Saxon Lincolnshire and Hampshire Compared (Oxford, 2000)
  • Ulmschneider, K. U., 'Settlement, economy, and the "productive" site: Middle Anglo-Saxon Lincolnshire A. D. 650–780', Medieval Archaeology, 44 (2000), 53–79
  • Van der Noort, R. 'Where are Yorkshire's "terps"? Wetland exploitation in the early medieval period', in H. Geake & J. Kenny (eds) Early Deira: Archaeological Studies of the East Riding in the Fourth to Ninth Centuries AD (Oxford, 2000), pp. 121–31
  • Van der Noort, R. The Humber Wetlands: The Archaeology of a Dynamic Landscape (Macclesfield, 2004)
  • Vikstrand, P., Gudarnas platser. Förkristna sakrala ortnamn i Mälarlandskapen (Uppsala, 2001)
  • Watts, V., The Cambridge Dictionary of English Place-Names (Cambridge, 2004)
  • Webster, L. & Backhouse, J., The Making of England: Anglo-Saxon Art and Culture, AD 600–900 (London, 1991)
  • Whitwell, B., Roman Lincolnshire, 2nd edn (Lincoln, 1992)
  • Wilkes, E., Iron Age Maritime Nodes on the English Channel Coast: An Investigation into the Location, Nature and Context of Early Ports and Harbours, 2 vols. (Bournemouth University PhD Thesis, 2004)
  • Williamson, T., The Origins of Hertfordshire (Hatfield, 2010)
  • B. Yorke, 'Anglo-Saxon gentes and regna' in H-W. Goetz et al (eds), Regna and Gentes: The Relationship Between Late Antique and Early Medieval Peoples and Kingdoms in the Transformation of the Roman World (Leiden, 2003), pp. 381–408
  • S. Youngs, ‘After Oldcroft: a British silver pin from Welton le Wold, Lincolnshire’, in N. Crummy et al (eds.), Image, Craft and the Classical World (Montagnac, 2005), pp. 249–54