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Introduction

This bibliography covers both full publication and limited circulation; and other key documents. It was compiled by L Watts (lwattsrahtz@gmail.com). Please send any corrections, additions etc to this e-mail address; or to: The Old School, Harome, Helmsley YO62 5JE.

With thanks for help from L Butler and the Society of Antiquaries; from Matthew Rahtz; and most especially from SPQ Rahtz for putting this online.

[1 etc] = bound volumes at Harome; N = new, waiting to be bound, Jan 2012

Citations (except reviews) from M Carver ed, In Search of Cult (1993) first.

Publications

1949
  1. ‘The Excavation of a Twin Barrow near Marshfield, Gloucs’, The Archaeological New Letter 12 (1949), 8. [ref to check ?2.3, 38 & to photocopy]
  2. ‘Excavation at Pagans Hill, Chew Stoke, Interim Note’, The Archaeological News Letter 2.6 (1949), 98. [4]
1950
  1. ‘Pagans Hill, Chew Stoke, Somerset’, in ‘Roman Britain in 1949’, Journal of Roman Studies 40 (1950), 110. [23]
1951
  1. ‘The Roman Temple at Pagans Hill, Chew Stoke, Somerset’, Proceedings of the Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society 96 (for 1951), 112-142. [1]
  2. ‘Pagans Hill Blue Glass Anglo-Saxon Drinking Vessel,’ Illustrated London News (Dec 8, 1951), 933. [4]
  3. ‘Pagan’s Hill, Chew Stoke,’ in ‘Roman Britain in 1950’, Journal of Roman Studies 41 (1951), 136.[23]
1952
  1. ‘Excavations at Pagans Hill, Chew Stoke, 1951’, The Archaeological News Letter 4.8 (1952), 124-126. [4]
  2. [?author] ‘Pot-Holing Technique in An Archaeological Excavation: The Roman Well, Pagans’ Hill, Illustrated London News (Jan 5, 1952), 31. [7]
  3. ‘Pagan’s Hill, Chew Stoke’, in ‘Roman Britain in 1951’, Journal of Roman Studies 42 (1952), 98. [23]
  4. [?author] ‘Pagans Hill Sees Itself - 1600 Years Ago’ and ‘Black Mark for a Roman’, The Observer (Fri, March 14), 1952. [8]
1953
  1. (with E Greenfield) ‘Barrow Mead, English Combe, Bath and Morton, Somerset, Deserted Medieval Villages Research Group 1 (1953), 18. N
  2. ‘Pagan’s Hill, Chew Stoke’, in ‘Roman Britain in 1952’, Journal of Roman Studies 43 (1953), 123. [23]
?1953
  1. ‘Chapter 1, Pre-history and Roman Remains in the Parish of Compton Martin. Further Discoveries Relating to More Modern Times’, in M Wareing (compiler), The Story of Compton Martin (Women’s Institute, Bristol, ?1953), 5-7. [also newspaper cutting about this, Western Daily Press] N
1954
  1. ‘The Excavations at Chew Stoke’, The Archaeological News Letter 5.6 (1954), 98-99. [4]
  2. (?author) ‘The Excavations at Chew Stoke. Results of Scientific Examination of Some of the Finds’, The Archaeological News Letter 5.7 (1954), 119-120. N
  3. (FC Jones) ‘Archaeological Discoveries in the Chew Valley Lake’, Bristol Waterworks News Letter (1954), 256-258 (from information from P Rahtz and E Greenfield. [7]
  4. (?author) ‘Britain’s Earliest Roman Ink-Writing’, Illustrated London News (Oct 2, 1954), 540.
  5. (with G Boon) ‘Herriott’s Bridge, nr West Harptree’ [Chew Valley Lake], in ‘Roman Britain in 1953’, Journal of Roman Studies 44 (1954), 99. [23]
  6. [privately circulated] (with E Greenfield) ‘Report on Three Roman Coffins Found at Snow Hill, Bath, in January, 1954 (4pp). [8]
1955
  1. ‘Herriott’s Bridge, Chew Park, Ben Bridge, Denny, Moreton, Englishcombe; Knowle Hill nr Chew Magna; Golds Cross; Banwell; nr Wookey Hole’, Journal of Roman Studies 45 (1955),139-140.
?1955
  1. (cyclostyled publication) (with E Greenfield)‘Archaeological Discoveries in the Chew Valley’, ?, 65-66. [7]
  2. [?privately circulated] (with E Greenfield) Interim Archaeological Discoveries in Chew Valley. ? (does this exist?)
1956
  1. ‘Chew Valley - Salvage Excavation’, Archaeology 9.2 (1956), 106-111. [6]
  2. ‘Brean Down’, in ‘Roman Britain in 1955’, Journal of Roman Studies 46 (1956), 141. [23]
  3. ‘Downton’, in ‘Roman Britain in 1955’, Journal of Roman Studies 46 (1956), 142-143. [23]
  4. ‘Dover’, in ‘Roman Britain in 1955’, Journal of Roman Studies 46 (1956), 146. [23]
  5. (with LV Grinsell) ‘Three Roman Stone Coffin-Burials From Wick, Gloucestershire’, Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society 75 (1956), 193-198. [1]
  6. ‘Hamilton’, Transactions of the Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society 32 (1956), 94-95. [4]
  7. ‘Downton’, in N Thomas, ‘Excavation and Fieldwork in Wiltshire’, Wiltshire Archaeological Magazine 65 (1955-56), 246-250. N
1957
  1. (with LG Harris) ‘The Temple Well and Other Buildings at Pagans Hill, Chew Stoke, North Somerset’, Proceedings of the Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society 101-102 (for 1956-57), 15-51. [1]
  2. ‘Kings Weston Down Camp, Bristol, 1956, Proceedings of the University of Bristol Spelaeological Society 8.1 (1956-57), 30-38. [1]
  3. ‘Blaise Castle, Bristol’, in ‘Roman Britain in 1956’, Journal of Roman Studies 47 (1957), 221. [23]
  4. ‘Downton, Wiltshire’, in ‘Roman Britain in 1956’, Journal of Roman Studies 47 (1957), 222. [23]
  5. ‘Wiltshire: Downton’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1956’, Medieval Archaeology 1 (1957), 149. [23]
  6. ‘Essex: Writtle’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1956’, Medieval Archaeology 1 (1957), 160. [23]
  7. ‘Nottinghamshire: Clipstone’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1956’, Medieval Archaeology 1 (1957), 162, 163. [23]
  8. ‘Somerset: Englishcombe,’ in ‘Medieval Britain in 1956’, Medieval Archaeology 1 (1957), 169. [4]
1958
  1. (with MH Rahtz) ‘T40: Barrow and Windmill at Butcombe, North Somerset’, Proceedings of the University of Bristol Spelaeological Society 8.2 (1957-58), 89-96. [1]
  2. ‘Dover: Stembrook and St. Martin-le-Grand, 1956’, Archaeologia Cantiana 72 (1958), 111-137. [1]
  3. (with AM ApSimon and LG Harris) ‘The Iron Age A Ditch and Pottery at Pagans Hill, Chew Stoke’, Proceedings of the University of Bristol Spelaeological Society 8.2 (1957-58), 97-105. [1]
  4. (with DB Harden, GC Dunning and CA Ralegh Radford) ‘Three Post-Roman Finds from the Temple Well at Pagans Hill’, Medieval Archaeology 2 (1958), 104-111. [2]
  5. ‘Old Sarum, Wilts’, in ‘Roman Britain in 1957’, Journal of Roman Studies 48 (1958), 148. [23]
  6. (with J Musty) ‘Wiltshire: Old Sarum’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1957’, Medieval Archaeology 2 (1958), 196. [23]
  7. ‘Bristol, Baldwin St’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1957’, Medieval Archaeology 2 (1958), 197. [23]
  8. ‘Essex: Writtle’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1957’, Medieval Archaeology 2 (1958), 202-204. N
  9. ‘Dorset, Ringstead’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1957’, Medieval Archaeology 2 (1958), 209. N
  10. ‘The Excavations at Shearplace Hill, Sydling St. Nicholas (Interim Report)’, Proceedings of the Dorset History and Archaeological Society 80 (1958), 100-101. N
  11. ‘The Excavations at the Medieval Village of Holworth in 1958 (Interim Report), Proceedings of the Dorset History and Archaeological Society 80 (1958), 103-105. N
  12. ‘Downton, Near Salisbury, Wiltshire’, in ‘Notes on Excavations in the British Isles, 1957’, Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society New Series 24 (for 1958), 212. [23]
  13. ‘Downton’, in FK Annable, ‘Excavation and Fieldwork in Wiltshire: 1957, Wiltshire Archaeological Magazine 57 (1958-60), 13. N
1959
  1. ‘Humberstone Earthwork, Leicester’, Transactions of the Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society 35 (1959), 1-32. [1]
  2. ‘Holworth, Medieval Village Excavation 1958’, Proceedings of the Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society 81 (1959), 127-147. [1]
  3. (with C Green) ‘Excavations of Ermine Street in Lincolnshire’, Antiquaries Journal 39 (1959), 77- 86. [2]
  4. (with JC Brown) ‘Blaise Castle Hill, Bristol: 1957’, Proceedings of the University of Bristol Spelaeological Society 8.3 (1959), 147-171. [1]
  5. (with J Musty) ‘Old Sarum, Wilts’, in ‘Roman Britain in 1958’, Journal of Roman Studies 49 (1959), 138. [23]
  6. ‘Wiltshire: Old Sarum’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1958’, Medieval Archaeology 3 (1959), 314. [23]
  7. ‘Dorset: Holworth’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1958’, Medieval Archaeology 3 (1959), 321. [23]
  8. ‘Interim Report on Excavations at Hog Cliff Hill, Maiden Newton’, Proceedings of the Dorset History and Archaeological and Archaeological Society 81 (1959), 94. N
  9. ‘Interim Report on Excavations at Bokerley Dyke, Proceedings of the Dorset History and Archaeological Society 81 (1959), 100-102. N
  10. ‘Lambourn, Farncombe Down, Berkshire’, in ‘Notes on Excavations in Eire, England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales, During 1958’, Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society New Series 25 (for 1959), 274. [23]
  11. ‘Lambourne, Rowdown, Berkshire’, in ‘Notes on Excavations in..England..., During 1958’, Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society New Series 25 (for 1959), 274. [23]
  12. ‘Little Ouseburn, Yorkshire’, in ‘Notes on Excavations..in England.., During 1958’, Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society New Series 25 (for 1959), 274. [23]
  13. Shearplace Hill, Sydling, Dorset’, in ‘Notes on Excavations in .. England.. During 1958’, Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society New Series 25 (for 1959), 274. [23]
1960
  1. (with HM Colvin) ‘King John’s Palace, Clipstone, Notts.’, Transactions of the Thoroton Society of Nottinghamshire, 64 (1960), 21-43. [1]
  2. (with J Musty) ‘Excavations at Old Sarum, 1957’, Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine 57 (1958-60), 352-370. [2]
  3. ‘Two Mounds on Row Down, Lambourne, Berks.’, Berkshire Archaeological Journal 58 (1960), 20-32. [2]
  4. Pleshey Castle, First Interim Report, 1960 (Essex Archaeological Society (1960), 35pp). [2]
  5. ‘Caistor, Lincolnshire - 1959’, Antiquaries Journal 40 (1960), 175-187. [2]
  6. ‘Excavations by the Town Wall, Baldwin Street, Bristol, 1957’, Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society 79 (1960), 221-250. [2]
  7. ‘’Bower Chalke, East Chase, Wilts.’, The Archaeological News Letter 6.11 (1960), 266. N
  8. ‘Broad Chalke, Knighton Hill Barrow, Wilts.’, The Archaeological News Letter 6.11 (1960), 266. N
  9. ‘Maiden Newton, Dorset’, The Archaeological News Letter 6.11 (1960), 266. N
  10. ‘Broad Chalke, Knighton, Wilts.’, The Archaeological News Letter 6.11 (1960), 267. N
  11. ‘Caistor, Lincs.’, The Archaeological News Letter 6.11 (1960), 267. N
  12. Sewerby, Yorks, E.R.’, The Archaeological News Letter 6.11 (1960), 267. N
  13. [approved by PAR] ‘Pleshey Castle Excavations, 1959,’ Essex Churchman 91 (1960), 2. [4]
  14. ‘Yorkshire: Sewerby’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1959’, Medieval Archaeology 4 (1960), 137. [4]
  15. ‘Essex: Pleshey’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1959’, Medieval Archaeology 4 (1960), 145-146. [23]
  16. ‘Second Interim Report on Excavations at Hog Cliff Hill, Maiden Newton’, Proceedings of the Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society 82 (for 1960), 83. N
  17. ‘Broad Chalke, Knighton Hill Barrow, Wiltshire’, in ‘Notes on Excavations in...England ...’ During 1960’, Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society New Series 26 (for 1960), 343. [23]
  18. ‘Bower Chalke, East and Middle Chase, Wiltshire’, in ‘Notes on Excavations in... England..., During 1960’, Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society New Series 26 (for 1960), 344. [23]
  19. ‘Maiden Newton, Dorset’, in ‘Notes on Excavations in..England..., During 1960,
  20. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society New Series 26 (for 1960), 345. [23]
  21. ‘Kenilworth Castle’,West Midlands Annual Archaeological News Sheet 3 (1960), 6. [23]
1961
  1. ‘An Excavation on Bokerley Dyke, 1958’, Archaeological Journal 118 (1961), 65-99. [2]
  2. ‘Barrow Mead, Bath, Somerset’, Proceedings of the Somerset and Natural History Society 105 (for 1960-61), 61-76. [1]
  3. ‘The Pottery’, in CM Sykes and GA Brown, ‘The Wraxall Villa’, Proceedings of the Somerset Natural History and Archaeological Society 105 (for 1960-61), 49-50. [28]
  4. [References to PAR excavations in ‘Inspectorate of Ancient Monuments Annual Report’, Archaeological News Letter 7.3 (1961), 54- re Maiden Newton and Cheddar (latter, late Saxon levels).] N
  5. ‘Maiden Newton, Hog Cliff, Dorset, The Archaeological News Letter 7.3 (1961), 69. N
  6. ‘Whitsbury, Hants.’, The Archaeological News Letter 7.3 (1961), 69. N
  7. ‘Cheddar, Manor Farm, Somerset’, The Archaeological News Letter 7.3 (1961), 70. N
  8. ‘Gloucestershire - Upton’, Deserted Medieval Villages Research Group Annual Report 9 (1961), 13-14. [23]
  9. ‘Essex: Pleshey’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1960’, Medieval Archaeology 5 (1961), 316, 317. [7]
  10. ‘Warwickshire: Kenilworth’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1960’, Medieval Archaeology 5 (1961), 319-321. [23]
  11. ‘Maiden Newton, Hog Cliff Hill, Dorset’, in ‘Notes on Excavations in... England..., During 1960’, Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society New Series 27 (for 1961), 347. [23]
  12. ‘Whitsbury, Hampshire’, in ‘Notes on Excavations in... England..., During 1960’, Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society New Series 27 (for 1961), 348. [23]
1962
  1. (with LV Grinsell and A Warhurst) The Preparation of Archaeological Reports (Bristol Archaeological Research Group (1962), 33pp). [29]
  2. ‘Excavations at Shearplace Hill, Sydling St. Nicholas, Dorset, England’, Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 28 (1962), 289-328. [2]
  3. ‘Farncombe Down Barrow, Berkshire’, Berkshire Archaeological Journal 60 (1962), 1-24. [2]
  4. ‘Whitby 1958’, Yorkshire Archaeological Journal 40 (1962), 604-618. [1]
  5. ‘Where Was The Site of Saxon Bristol?’, Bulletin of the Bristol Archaeological Research Group 1.3 (1962), 31. [4]
  6. ‘St Mary-le-Port Church,’ Bulletin of the Bristol Archaeological Research Group 1.3 (1962), 37-38. [4]
  7. (with RH Hilton) ‘Gloucestershire: Upton’, Deserted Medieval Villages Research Group 10 (1962), 7-8. N
  8. ‘Whitchurch’, in ‘Roman Britain in 1961’, Journal of Roman Studies (1962), 182. [23]
  9. ‘A Palace of the Kings of Wessex’, The Listener (April 12, 1962), 646. [7]
  10. cf [unpublished] (with R Cramp) Text for Network 3 transmission of ‘A Palace at Cheddar’, The Archaeologist, produced by J Irving (April 2, 1962, 6.40-7.10pm). [8]
  11. ‘The Royal Palace at Cheddar’, Report of the Local Teachers at Wells (1962), 14-16 (St Andrews Press, Wells). [7]
  12. ‘A Slip-Ware Jar from Pen Hill, Wells’, 73rd and 74th Annual Report of the Wells Natural History and Archaeological Society (1961-1962), 20, pl 2 and figs 2-3.
1963
  1. ‘Neolithic and Beaker Sites at Downton, near Salisbury, Wiltshire’, Wiltshire Archaeological and
  2. Natural History Magazine 58 (1961-63), 116-141. [2]
  3. ‘A Roman Villa at Downton’, Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine 58 (1961-63), 303-341. [2]
  4. ‘The Saxon and Medieval Palaces at Cheddar, Somerset - An Interim Report of Excavations in 1960-62’, Medieval Archaeology 6-7 (1962-63), 53-66. [2]
  5. Reprinted in Proceedings of the Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society 108 (for 1963-64), 99-112. N
  6. [H Colvin ed, ‘Cheddar’, in R Allen Brown, H Colvin and A Taylor ed, The History of the Kings Works, vol 1 (1963) [incorporating PAR information and plan], 4, 5, 908-909. [7]]
  7. (with K Barton) ‘Maes Knoll Camp, Dundry, Somerset, Trial Excavations, 1958’, Proceedings of the University of Bristol Spelaeological Society 10.1 (1962-63), 9-11. [1]
  8. (with LV Grinsell and A Warhurst) The Preparation of Archaeological Reports (Bristol Archaeological Research Group (2nd ed, 1963), 35pp). [galley copy and complete][21 & N]
  9. (with RH Hilton) ‘Goucestershire: Upton’, Deserted Medieval Villages Research Group Annual Report 11 (1963), 7. [23]
  10. (?author) ‘When Cheddar Was A Saxon Capital: Palaces Where The Witan Met and Norman Kings Signed Charters Revealed in Recent Excavations’, ‘Halls, A Bower and A Bell-Mould; Cheddar Postholes Interpreted’, Illustrated London News (March 30, 1963), 462-465. [6,7]
  11. ‘Cannington Cemetery Excavations, 1962-63’, Journal of the Axbridge Caving Group and Archaeological Society (1963), 33-34. [4]
  12. ‘Somerset: Cheddar’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1961’, Medieval Archaeology 6-7 (1962-3), 331. [23]
  13. ‘Gloucestershire: Upton’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1961’, Medieval Archaeology 6-7 (1962-3), 343. [23]
  14. ‘Upton, near Moreton-in-the-Marsh’, West Midlands Annual Archaeological News Sheet 6 (for 1963), 4. [23]
  15. Review: G Webster, Practical Archaeology (1963), Archaeological Journal 120 (1963), 309-310. [6]
1964
  1. ‘Saxon and Medieval Features at Downton, Salisbury’, Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine 59 (1964), 124-129. [2]
  2. (with J Musty) ‘The Suburbs of Old Sarum’, Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine 59 (1964), 130-154. [2]
  3. ‘Excavations at Chalice Well, Glastonbury’, Proceedings of the Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society 108 (1963-64), 145-163. [1]
  4. ‘The Sub-Roman and Anglo-Saxon Periods’, in LV Grinsell ed, A Survey and Policy Concerning the Archaeology of the Bristol Region, Part I, To The Norman Conquest (Bristol Archaeological Research Group,1964), 39-41. [4, PAR], N, whole volume
  5. ‘Excavations at Cannington’, The Archaeological News Letter 7.10 (1964), 238. [4]
  6. (with RH Hilton) ‘Gloucestershire: Upton’, Deserted Medieval Villages Research Group Annual Report 12 (1964), 17-18.
  7. ‘Somerset: Cannington’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1962 and 1963’, Medieval Archaeology 8 (1964), 237. [4]
  8. ‘Gloucestershire: Bristol, St. Mary-Le-Port Church’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1962 and 1963’, Medieval Archaeology 8 (1964), 249, 251. [4]
  9. ‘Essex: Pleshey Castle’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1962 and 1963’, Medieval Archaeology 8 (1964), 252-253. [23]
  10. (with R Lampert) ‘Gloucestershire: Bristol: Area between the Church and Mary-le-Port Street; Mary-Le-Port Street; Bridge Street; Dolphin St; the Castle’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1962 and 1963’, Medieval Archaeology 8 (1964), 264-265. [4]
  11. (with RH Hilton) ‘Gloucestershire: Upton’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1962 and 1963’, Medieval Archaeology 8 (1964), 284, 286, 287. [23]
  12. C Woodfield (P Rahtz ed), ‘Coventry City Walls Excavation Report’, E Goode, C Woodfield and RE Chaplin, ‘The City Walls of Coventry’,Transactions and Proceedings Birmingham Archaeological Society 81 (for 1963-4), 99-130. N
  13. ‘Upton, Gloucestershire’, West Midlands Annual Archaeological News Sheet 7 (1964), 5-6. [23]
  14. [privately circulated] Glastonbury Tor Excavations Press Release, 16th August 1964 (2pp). [23]
  15. [privately circulated] Interim Report on the Excavation at Glastonbury Tor 1964 (3pp). [23]
  16. Review: G Webster, Practical Archaeology (1963), Bulletin of the Bristol Archaeological Research Group 1.8 (1964), 106-107. [6]
  17. Review: L Biek, Archaeology and the Microscope (1963), Bulletin of the Bristol Archaeological Research Group 1.8 (1964), 107-108. [6]
1965
  1. (with K Barton) ‘Field Antiquities, The Post-Medieval Period’, LV Grinsell ed in consultation with PA Rahtz, A Survey and Policy Concerning the Archaeology of the Bristol Region, Part II, From 1066 (Bristol Archaeological Research Group (1965), 57pp), >at 16-18. [4, PAR], N, whole volume
  2. ‘Cheddar Vicarage 1965 Interim Report’, Bristol Archaeological Research Group Bulletin 2.2 (1965), 19-20. [7]
  3. ‘The Norway Conference for the Society for Medieval Archaeology’, Bulletin of the Bristol Archaeological Research Group 2.3 (1965), 32-33. [4]
  4. ‘Hertfordshire, Broadfield’, Deserted Medieval Villages Research Group Annual Report 13 (1965), 23. [23]
  5. (with RH Hilton) ‘Gloucestershire, Upton: Interim Report of Excavation (7th Season)’, Deserted Medieval Villages Group Annual Report 13 (1965), 25-26. [23]
  6. ‘Somerset: Glastonbury Tor’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1964’, Medieval Archaeology 9 (1965), 187. [23]
  7. ‘Somerset: Barrow Mead’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1964’, Medieval Archaeology 9 (1965), 207. [23]
  8. (with RH Hilton) ‘Gloucestershire: Upton’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1964’, Medieval Archaeology 9 (1965), 213. [23]
  9. ‘Interim Report on the Excavations at Glastonbury, 1964’,Somerset and Dorset Notes and Queries 28.281 (1965), 211-213. ?
  10. ‘Hatton Rock’, West Midlands Annual Archaeological News Sheet 8 (1965), 6. [23]
  11. ‘Upton Deserted Medieval Village’, West Midlands Annual Archaeological News Sheet. 8 (1965), 6. [23]
  12. [privately circulated] Interim Report on Excavations at Broadfield Hall (2pp). [23]
  13. [privately circulated] Interim Report on the Excavations on Glastonbury Tor 1965 (6pp). [23]
1966
  1. (with A Warhurst and LV Grinsell) The Preparation of Archaeological Reports (John Baker (1966), 71pp). [10]
  2. (with RH Hilton) ‘Upton, Gloucestershire, 1959-1964’, Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society 85 (1966), 70-146. [3]
  3. (with G Boon) ‘Third-Century Counterfeiting at Whitchurch, Somerset’, Archaeological Journal 122 (1966), 13-51. [3]
  4. ‘Kenilworth Castle, 1960’, Transactions of the Birmingham and Warwickshire Archaeological Society 81 (for 1966), 55-73. [3]
  5. ‘Cheddar Vicarage 1965’, Proceedings of the Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society 110 (1966), 52-84. [21]
  6. ‘Medieval Sites South of Bath’, in RK Bluhm ed, A North Somerset Miscellany (Bath and Camerton Archaeological Society, 1966), 25-26. [4]
  7. ‘Excavations at Glastonbury Tor, 1966: A Short Note on The Final Season’, Bulletin of the Bristol Archaeological Research Group 2.6 (1966), 74. [7]
  8. ‘Somerset, Glastonbury, Glastonbury Tor’, Council for British Archaeology Groups XII & XIII Archaeological Review 1 (1966), 31. N
  9. ‘Gloucestershire, Blockley, Upton’, Council for British Archaeology Groups XII & XIII Archaeological Review (1966), 35. N
  10. (with RH Hilton) ‘Glos. - Upton’, Deserted Medieval Villages Research Group Annual Report 14 (1966), 20-21. [23]
  11. ‘Gloucestershire: Upton’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1965’, Medieval Archaeology 10 (1966), 172, 210, 212. [23]
  12. ‘Somerset: Cheddar’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1965’, Medieval Archaeology 10 (1966), 173. [23]
  13. ‘Somerset: Glastonbury Tor’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1965’, Medieval Archaeology 10 (1966), 173-174, 188. [23]
  14. ‘Hertfordshire: Broadfield Hall’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1965’, Medieval Archaeology 10 (1966), 186, 187 (also a brief cross-reference, 212). [23]
  15. ‘Upton Deserted Medieval Village’, West Midlands Annual Archaeological News Sheet 9 (1966), 3-4. [23]
  16. [privately circulated] School of History - Medieval Archaeology [1st year course] (2pp). [22]
  17. [privately circulated] Glastonbury Tor 1966 Interim Report on Third and Final Season of Excavation (5pp). [23]
  18. [privately circulated] (with RH Hilton) Upton DMV 1966 Interim Report on Excavation (8th Season) (3pp). [23]
1967
  1. ‘Sub-Roman Cemeteries in Somerset’, Bulletin of the Bristol Archaeological Research Group 2.8 (1967), 103-106. to copy
  2. ‘Somerset, Glastonbury, Beckery’, Council for British Archaeology Groups XII & XIII Archaeological Review 2 (1967), 19-20. N
  3. (with RH Hilton) ‘Gloucestershire, Blockley, Upton’, Council for British Archaeology Groups XII & XIII Archaeological Review 2 (1967), 21. N
  4. ‘Glastonbury. Excavations on the Tor 1964-66’, Current Archaeology 2 (1967), 44-47. [4]
  5. (with RH Hilton) ‘Upton Medieval Village’, Current Archaeology 4 (1967), 98-99. [4]
  6. ‘Editorial’, Deserted Medieval Villages Research Group Annual Report 15 (1967), 1-2. [4]
  7. ‘Somerset: Glastonbury Tor’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1966’, Medieval Archaeology 11 (1967), 268, 283. [23]
  8. (with RH Hilton) ‘Gloucestershire: Upton’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1966’, Medieval Archaeology, 11 (1967), 307. [23]
  9. ‘Glastonbury Tor 1966. Interim Report’, Notes and Queries for Somerset and Dorset 28 (1961-67), 301-306. N
  10. ‘Upton Deserted Medieval Village’, West Midlands Annual Archaeological News Sheet 10 (1967), 6. [23]
  11. [privately circulated] (with RH Hilton) Upton Medieval Village Excavation 1967(2pp). [23]
  12. [privately circulated] Interim Report on Excavations Nr Kintampo, Brong-Ahafo, Ghana (4pp). [23]
1968
  1. ‘Sub-Roman Cemeteries in Somerset’, in MW Barley and RPC Hanson ed, Christianity in Britain 300-700 (Leicester University Press, 1968), 193-195. [6]
  2. ‘Glastonbury Tor, in G Ashe ed, The Quest for Arthur’s Britain (London, 1968), 139-153. [6]
  3. (with PJ Fowler) ‘Somerset Dark Age Problems’, Bulletin of the Bristol Archaeological Research Group 3.3 (1968), 57-61. [4]
  4. (with PJ Fowler and KS Gardner) ‘An Introduction to Cadcong’, Current Archaeology 11 (1968), 291-295. [Also a longer version, offprint from Current Archaeology.] [N, 3]
  5. (with PJ Fowler) ‘Somerset, Axbridge’, Council for British Archaeology Group XII & XIII Archaeological Review 3 (1968), 23. [4]
  6. ‘Somerset, Glastonbury, Beckery’, Council for British Archaeology Groups XII & XIII Archaeological Review 3 (1968), 24. N
  7. (with RH Hilton) ‘Gloucestershire, Blockley, Upton’, Council for British Archaeology Groups XII & XIII Archeological Review 3 (1968), 26. N
  8. ‘Hereford’, Current Archaeology 9 (1968), 242-246. [4]
  9. ‘Editorial’, Deserted Medieval Villages Research Group 16 (1968), 1. [4]
  10. ‘Somerset: Glastonbury, Beckery’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1967’, Medieval Archaeology 12 (1968), 160, 177. [23]
  11. (with RH Hilton) ‘Gloucestershire: Upton’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1967’, Medieval Archaeology 12 (1968), 201. [23]
  12. ‘Dark Age and Saxon Excavations’, West Midlands Annual Archaeological News Sheet 11 (1968), 18-19. [4]
  13. ‘Victoria Street, Hereford’, West Midlands Annual Archaeological News Sheet 11 (1968), 21-22. [4, 23]
  14. [privately circulated] Medieval Archaeology in the School of History [draft , 8pp; final, 2pp]. [8]
  15. [privately circulated] Somerset Dark Age Problems - 1968 Edition (6pp). [8]
  16. [privately circulated] Hereford 1968 Interim Note on Excavations (2pp). [23]
  17. [privately circulated] Interim Report on 10th Season of Excavation at Upton Deserted Medieval Village, Glos. July, 1968 (2pp). [23]
  18. [privately circulated] The Oracle at Xeromene (Birmingham University Expedition to Greece, Easter 1968) (2pp). [[8]
1969
  1. Excavations at King John’s Hunting Lodge, Writtle, Essex, 1955-57. (Society for Medieval Archaeology Monograph 3 (1969), 118pp). [3]
  2. ‘Upton, Gloucestershire, 1964-1968, Second Report’, Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society 88 (1969), 74-126. [3]
  3. ‘Cannington Hillfort 1963’, Proceedings of the Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society 113 (1969), 56-68. [3]
  4. (with others) Medieval Sites in the Mendip, Cotswold, Wye Valley and Bristol Region. Field Guide No 3 (Bristol Archaeological Research Group (1969), 32pp). [5]
  5. ‘Excavations at Glastonbury Somerset, England’, Archaeology 22.3 (1969), 232-234. [USA] [6]
  6. ‘Bede and History’, History of the English Speaking Peoples 5 (1969), 172-174. [6]
  7. ‘Gloucestershire: Blockley, Upton’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1968’, Medieval Archaeology 13 (1969), 232, 277-278. [23]
  8. ‘Herefordshire: Hereford, Victoria Street’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1968’, Medieval Archaeology 13 (1969), 233, 265. [23]
  9. (with PJ Fowler and KS Gardner) ‘Somerset: Congresbury, Cadbury Camp’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1968’, Medieval Archaeology 13 (1969), 238-239. [23]
  10. ‘Somerset: Glastonbury, Beckery’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1968’, Medieval Archaeology 13 (1969), 239. [23]
  11. ‘Gloucestershire: Upton’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1968’, Medieval Archaeology 13 (1969), 232, 277-278. [23]
  12. ‘Editorial’, West Midlands Annual Archaeological News Sheet 12 (1969), 1-3. [4]
  13. (with T Rowley) ‘Bordesley Abbey, Redditch, Worcs.’, West Midlands Annual Archaeological Archaeological News Sheet 12 (1969), 36. [4]
  14. Letter: (with P Barker) re synthesis / new data, Current Archaeology 14 (1969), 93. N
  15. [privately circulated] Memorandum re Essay Classes (2pp). [22]
  16. [privately circulated] Excavations at Dorestad, Holland (3pp). [23]
  17. [privately circulated] Excavations at Diocletian’s Palace, Split, Yugoslavia, 1969 (3pp);and 1969 Summary of Stratigraphic and Structural Sequence in Sector I, Diocletian’s Palace (3pp). [8]
  18. Review: RLS Bruce-Mitford, The Sutton-Hoo Ship Burial, A Handbook (1968), History 54 (1969), 252. [6]
1970
  1. ‘Whitby 1958, Site Two’, Yorkshire Archaeological Journal 42 (1967-70), 72-73. [3]
  2. ‘Medieval and Later Archaeology in England and Wales’, Kwartalnik Historii Kultury Materialnej 18.4 (1970), 587-615 [pp610-613 contributed by L Butler]. [5]
  3. ‘Archaeology in the University of Birmingham’, Alta 11 (1970), 261-267. [Reprinted in the West Midlands Archaeological News Sheet 13 (1970), 14-24.] [6]
  4. (with PJ Fowler and KS Gardner) Cadbury Congresbury, Somerset, 1968. (Dept of Extramural Studies, University of Bristol (1970), 48pp). [3]
  5. ‘Excavations on Knighton Hill, Broad Chalke, 1959’, Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine 65 (1970), 74-88. [3]
  6. ‘A Possible Saxon Palace near Stratford-Upon-Avon’, Antiquity 44,174 (1970), 137-143. [3]
  7. (with PJ Fowler) ‘Cadcong 1970’, Current Archaeology 23 (1970), 337-342. N
  8. (with S Hirst) ‘Hatton Rock, nr. Stratford-Upon-Avon’, West Midlands Annual Archaeological News Sheet 13 (1970), 40. [23]
  9. (with PJ Fowler) ‘Cadbury Congresbury’,Bulletin of the Bristol Archaeological Research Group 3.9 (1970), 243. [7]
  10. ‘Cheddar Vicarage 1970’, Bulletin of the Bristol Archaeological Research Group 3.9 (1970), 243-244. [7]
  11. ‘Cheddar’, Council for British Archaeology Groups XII & XIII Archaeological Review (1970), 31. [4]
  12. (with PJ Fowler) ‘Cadcong 1970’, Current Archaeology 23 (1970), 337-342. [4]
  13. ‘Editorial’, Deserted Medieval Villages Research Group Annual Report 18 (for 1970), -. [4]
  14. ‘Recent Excavations at Glastonbury, Somerset’, A Glastonbury Church Book, (1970), 24-25. [4]
  15. ‘Somerset: Congresbury, Cadbury Camp’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1969’, Medieval Archaeology 14 (1970), 162. [23]
  16. (with T Rowley) ‘ Worcestershire: Bordesley’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1969’, Medieval Archaeology 14 (1970), 170-171. [4]
  17. (with PJ Fowler and KS Gardner) ‘Excavations at Cadbury, Congresbury, Somerset, 1970’, Proceeedings of the Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society 114 (1970), 101-102. [8]
  18. ‘Editorial’, West Midlands Annual Archaeological News Sheet 13 (1970), i-ii. [4]
  19. (with C Dyer) ‘Bordesley Abbey, Redditch, Worcs’, West Midlands Annual Archaeological News Sheet 13 (1970), 44-46. [4]
  20. Photographs of South Cadbury for Man, Myth and Magic 14 (1970), 392. [7]
  21. [privately circulated] Bordesley Abbey 1970 Interim Report on Excavations (3pp). [23]
  22. Review: HC Simmons, Archaeological Photography (1969), Post-Medieval Archaeology 4 (1970), 197-198. [7]
  23. Review: JNL Myres, Anglo-Saxon Pottery and the Settlement of England (1969), History 55 (1970), 231-232. [6]
1971
  1. ‘Excavations on Glastonbury Tor, Somerset, 1964-6’, Archaeological Journal 127 (1971), 1-81. [3]
  2. ‘Castle Dore - A Reappraisal of the Post-Roman Structures’, Cornish Archaeology 10 (1971), 49-54. [5]
  3. ‘Deerhurst Church Interim Note on 1971 Excavation, Transactions Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society 90 (1971), 129-135. [3]
  4. ‘Bordesley Abbey’, in ‘Report of the Summer Meeting of the Royal Archaeological Institute at Warwick in 1971’, Archaeological Journal (for 1971), 228-229. N
  5. ‘Gloucestershire, Deerhurst’, Council for British Archaeology Groups XII & XIII Archaeological Review 6 (1971), 35. [4]
  6. ‘Deerhurst’, Current Archaeology 28 (1971), 135-139. [4]
  7. [from information from P Rahtz and K Sheridan] ‘Tamworth’, Current Archaeology 29 (1971), 164-168. (also note Current Archaeology 28 (1971), 133.) [4]
  8. ‘Somerset: Cheddar’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1970’, Medieval Archaeology 15 (1971), 133. [23]
  9. (with PJ Fowler and KS Gardner) ‘Somerset: Congresbury, Cadbury Camp’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1970’, Medieval Archaeology 15 (1971), 133. [23]
  10. (with L Barfield) ‘Worcestershire : Redditch, Bordesley Abbey’, in ‘Medieval Archaeology in 1970’, Medieval Archaeology 15 (1971), 141. [4]
  11. ‘Editorial’, Medieval Village Research Group Annual Report 19 (1971), 2. [4]
  12. (with PJ Fowler and KS Gardner) ‘Excavations at Cadbury-Congresbury, Somerset, 1971’, Proceedings of the Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society 115 (1971), 51-52. N
  13. ‘Editorial’, West Midlands Annual Archaeological News Sheet 14 (1971), -. [4]
  14. (with K Sheridan) ‘Bolebridge St, Tamworth, Staffs’, West Midlands Annual Archaeological News Sheet 14 (1971), 24-26; 28.
  15. ‘Bordesley Abbey, Redditch, Worcs’, West Midlands Annual Archaeological News Sheet 14 (1971), 32-33. [4]
  16. [privately circulated] Medieval Archaeology in the School of History 1971 (4pp). [8]
  17. [privately circulated] Excavations at Cadbury Congresbury, Somerset 1971 Interim Report (2pp). [23]
  18. [privately circulated] Excavations at Deerhurst Church 1971 Interim Note (6pp). [23]
  19. [privately circulated] (with K Sheridan) Tamworth 1971, Bolebridge Street, South Side Interim Note on Excavations (7pp). [23]
  20. Review: M Beresford and JG Hurst, Deserted Medieval Villages (1971), Archaeological Journal 128 (1971), 281-283. [Reprinted in Medieval Villages Research Group Report 19 (1971), 16-18.] [6]
1972
  1. (with K Sheridan) ‘Fifth Report of Excavations at Tamworth, Staffs., 1971 - A Saxon Water-mill in Bolebridge Street. An Interim Note’, Transactions of the South Staffordshire Archaeological and Historical Society 13 (1971-72), 9-16. [3]
  2. (with PJ Fowler) ‘Somerset A.D. 400-700, in PJ Fower ed, Archaeology and the Landscape. Essays for L.V. Grinsell (John Baker, 1972), 187-221. [6]
  3. (with S Hirst), ‘Hatton Rock, 1970’, Transactions of the Birmingham and Warwickshire Archaeological Society 85 (for 1972), 160-177. [5]
  4. (with R Price) ‘Somerset - Combe Hay’, Council for British Archaeology Groups XII & XIII Archaeological Review 7 (1971-72), 38. [4]
  5. (with PJ Fowler) ‘Somerset, Congresbury, Churchyard Extension’, Council for British Archaeology Groups XII & XIII Archaeological Review 7 (1972), 38. [4]
  6. ‘Deerhurst’, Council for British Archaeology Groups XII & XIII Archaeological Review 7 (1972), 48. [4]
  7. (with PJ Fowler and KS Gardner) ‘Congresbury, Cadbury Hillfort’, Council for British Archaeology Groups XII & XIII Archaeological Review 7 (1972), 49. [4]
  8. (with PJ Fowler) ‘East Brent’, Council for British Archaeology Groups XII & XIII Archaeological Review 7 (1972), 49-50. [4]
  9. ‘Gloucestershire: Deerhurst’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1971’, Medieval Archaeology 16 (1972), 154. [23]
  10. (with K Sheridan) ‘Staffordshire: Tamworth [Bolebridge Street]’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1971’, Medieval Archaeology 16 (1972), 161, 190. [4]
  11. ‘Worcestershire: Redditch, Bordesley Abbey’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1971’, Medieval Archaeology 16 (1972), 176. [4]
  12. ‘Editorial’, West Midlands Annual Archaeological News Sheet 15 (1972), -. [4]
  13. ‘Grave Recording’, West Midlands Annual Archaeological News Sheet 15 (1972), 6, 7. [23]
  14. ‘Bordesley Abbey, Redditch, Worcs.’ West Midlands Annual Archaeological News Sheet 15 (1972), 32-33. [4]
  15. [privately circulated] Cadbury-Congresbury Excavation 1972 Interim Note on Results of Excavation (2pp). [23]
  16. Review: E Okasha, Hand-List of Anglo-Saxon Non-Runic Inscriptions (1971), History 57 (1972), 412-413. [6]
1973
  1. ‘Monasteries as Settlements’, Scottish Archaeological Forum 5 (1973), 125-135. [5]
  2. (with S Hirst) ‘Cheddar Vicarage 1970’, Proceedings of the Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society 117 (1973), 65-96. [5]
  3. ‘The Crisis in Church Archaeology’, Research Bulletin of the Institute for the Study of Worship and Religious Architecture (University of Birmingham, 1973), 28-34. [6]
  4. ‘RESCUE’ and Archaeology in the West Midlands’, Midland History 2.1 (1973), 1-10. [5]
  5. ‘What Kind of Regional Units Do We Need’, Rescue News 4 (1973), 2-5. [6]
  6. ‘Grave Recording’, West Midlands Annual Archaeological News Sheet 16 (1973), 6, 7. [4]
  7. (with PJ Fowler and KS Gardiner) ‘Cadbury Congresbury, Somerset. A Summary Interim Report on Excavations, 1968 and 1970-73, Bulletin of the Bristol Archaeological Research Group 4.9 (1973), 244-249. [29]
  8. ‘Worcestershire: Redditch, Bordesley Abbey’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1972’, Medieval Archaeology 17 (1973), 156-157. [4]
  9. ‘Editorial’, Medieval Villages Research Group Annual Report 20-21 (1972-73), 22. ?
  10. ‘Upton’, Medieval Villages Research Group Annual Report 20-21 (1972-73), 22. [4]
  11. (with K Sheridan) ‘Bolebridge St, Tamworth, Staffs’, West Midlands Annual Archaeological News Sheet 16 (1973), 28. [4]
  12. ‘Bordesley Abbey 1973’, West Midlands Annual Archaeological News Sheet 16 (1973), 29-30. [4]
  13. [privately circulated] Combe Hay 1973 Interim Note for the Department of the Environment (2pp). [23]
  14. [privately circulated] Bordesley Abbey 1973 Interim Note on 1973 Excavation (2pp). [23]
  15. [privately circulated] Cadbury-Congresbury, Somerset. Interim Note on the 1973 Excavation, and Summary of Results of 1968-73 Seasons (2pp). N
  16. [privately circulated] Deerhurst 1973 Interim Note for Circulation (3pp). [23]
  17. [privately circulated] Upton DMV, Gloucestershire Note on Watching Brief of Pipeline Dug in May-June 1973 (2pp). [23]
  18. Review: C Thomas, The Early Christian Archaeology of North Britain (1971) and C Thomas, Britain and Ireland in Early Christian Times A.D. 400-800 (1972), History 58 (1973), 75-76. [6]
  19. Review: L Alcock, By South Cadbury Is That Camelot... (1972), History 58 (1973), 423. [6]
?1973
  1. ‘That’s the Past, That Was’, ?[not found in Rescue News, WMNS - ?unpublished B’ham Newsletter] (2pp). [8]
1974
  1. (with J Price Williams and LV Grinsell) The Preparation of Archaeological Reports (John Baker (2nd ed, 1974), 105pp). [11]
  2. (with S Hirst) Beckery Chapel, Glastonbury (Glastonbury Antiquarian Society (1974), 93pp). [5]
  3. (editor) Rescue Archaeology (Pelican (1974), 299pp). [12]
  4. ‘Rescue Digging Past and Present’, in P Rahtz ed, Rescue Archaeology (Pelican, 1974), 53-72. [12]
  5. ‘Volunteers’ in P Rahtz ed, Rescue Archaeology (Pelican, 1974), 274-279. [12]
  6. ‘Pottery in Somerset, A.D. 400-1066’, in VI Evison, H Hodges and JG Hurst ed, Medieval Pottery From Excavations. Studies Presented to GC Dunning (London, 1974), 95-126. [5]
  7. (with C Flight) ‘A Quern Factory Near Kintampo, Ghana’, West African Journal of Archaeology 4 (1974), 1-31. [7]
  8. ‘Rahtz on Standards’, Rescue News 7 (1974), 7. [6]
  9. ‘Preface’, R Shoesmith (L Watts and P Rahtz eds),The City of Hereford and Development (WEMRAC, 1974), 5. (27pp). [6, 21]
  10. (with L Butler and HM Taylor) ‘Gloucestershire: Deerhurst’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1973’, Medieval Archaeology 18 (1974), 176. [4]
  11. ‘Worcestershire: Redditch, Bordesley Abbey’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1973’, Medieval Archaeology 18 (1974), 192-193. [4]
  12. ‘Wroxeter Churchyard 1974’, West Midlands Annual Archaeological News Sheet 17 (1974), 28-31. [4]
  13. ‘Bordesley Abbey, Redditch 1974’, West Midlands Annual Archaeological News Sheet 17 (1974), 56-57. [4]
  14. ‘Wootton Wawen Churchyard, Warks, 1974’, West Midlands Annual Archaeological News Sheet 17 (1974), 68-71. [4,23]
  15. [privately circulated] Medieval Archaeology in the School of History 1974 (1p). [8]
  16. [privately circulated] Report on Attingham 1974. Wroxeter Churchyard 1974 (6pp). [8]
  17. [privately circulated] Bordesley Abbey 1974 Interim Note on Excavation (2pp). [23]
  18. [privately circulated] Cadbury-Congresbury 1974 (1p). [23]
  19. [privately circulated] Deerhurst 1974 Interim Note (5pp). [23]
  20. [privately circulated] (with H Barnie and S Hirst) Wootton Wawen Churchyard 1974 (2pp). [23]
  21. Publication of PAR excavation by another under PAR supervision: EC Klingelhofer, Broadfield Deserted Medieval Village (British Archaeological Reports 2 (1974), 73pp). ^
1975
  1. ‘How Likely is Likely?’, Antiquity 49.193(1975), 59-61. [6]
  2. (with J Graham-Campbell) ‘British Antiquity, 1974-5. Western British, Irish and Later Anglo-Saxon’, Archaeological Journal 132 (1975), 349-361. [5]
  3. (with L Butler and HM Taylor) ‘Deerhurst 1971-1974. The Society’s Research Project on the Archaeology of the English Church’, Antiquaries Journal 55 (1975), 346-365. [5]
  4. ‘Atcham Timber Halls, Salop.’, West Midlands Annual Archaeological News Sheet 18 (1975), 58-60. [4]
  5. (with L Butler and HM Taylor) ‘Gloucestershire: Deerhurst’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1974’, Medieval Archaeology 19 (1975), 222. [4]
  6. ‘Hereford & Worcester (Worcestershire): Redditch, Bordesley Abbey’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1974’, Medieval Archaeology 19 (1975), 234. [4]
  7. ‘Bordesley Abbey, Redditch, Worcs.’, West Midlands Annual Archaeological News Sheet 18 (1975), 69, 71. [4]
  8. [privately circulated] Archaeology in the School of History 1975 (3pp). [8]
  9. [privately circulated] Atcham Timber Halls (3pp). [23]
  10. [privately circulated] Bordesley Abbey 1975 Interim Report (part only, 1p). [23]
  11. [privately circulated] Votive Objects from Termon, Donegal, Eire (5pp). [8, 23]
  12. Review: M Aston and T Rowley, Landscape Archaeology (1974) and C Taylor, Fieldwork in Medieval Archaeology (1974), Medieval Archaeology 19 (1975), 276-277. [6]
  13. Review: M Aston and T Rowley, Landscape Archaeology (1974), Rescue News 9 (1975), 8-9. [6]
  14. Review: [not published - intended for The Local Historian, which lost them] FT Wainwright, HPR Finberg ed, Scandinavian England (1975) & HPR Finberg,The Formation of England 550-1042 (1974) (4pp). [21, 23]
1976
  1. ‘Buildings and Rural Settlements’, in DM Wilson ed, The Archaeology of Anglo-Saxon England
  2. (London, 1976), 49-98. [5]
  3. ‘Appendix A: Gazetteer of Anglo-Saxon Domestic Settlement Sites’, in DM Wilson ed, The Archaeology of Anglo-Saxon England (London, 1976), 405-452. [5]
  4. ‘Appendix C: The Building Plan of the Anglo-Saxon Monastery of Whitby Abbey’, in DM Wilson ed, The Archaeology of Anglo-Saxon England (London, 1976), 459-462. [5]
  5. ‘The Archaeology of the Churchyard’, in P Addyman and R Morris ed, The Archaeological Study of Churches (Council for British Archaeology Research Report 13, 1976), 41-45. [6]
  6. ‘Research Directions at Deerhurst’, in P Addyman and R Morris ed, The Archaeological Study of Churches (Council for British Archaeology Research Report 13, 1976), 60-64. [6]
  7. Excavations at St Mary’s Church, Deerhurst, 1971-73. (Council for British Archaeology Research Report 15 (1976), 59pp. [6]
  8. (with S Hirst) Bordesley Abbey, Redditch, Hereford-Worcestershire (British Archaeological Reports British Series 23 (1976), 277pp). [13]
  9. (with S Hirst) Bordesley Abbey, Redditch. An Introductory Booklet (School of History, University of Birmingham (1976), 25pp). [13, 29]
  10. ‘Irish Settlement in Somerset’, Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy 76 (1976), 223-230. [5]
  11. ‘Stonefield Slaters - Old Oxfordshire Song’, Oxford Archaeological Unit News Letter 1 (1976), 2. [4]
  12. ‘Atcham Timber Halls’, West Midlands Annual Archaeological News Sheet 19 (1976), 53-54. [4]
  13. ‘Gloucestershire: Deerhurst’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1975’, Medieval Archaeology 20 (1976), 159-160, 182. [4]
  14. ‘Hereford & Worcester (Worcestershire): Redditch, Bordesley Abbey’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1975’, Medieval Archaeology 20 (1976), 178. [4]
  15. (with S Hirst) ‘Bordesley Abbey Excavations’, West Midlands Annual Archaeological News Sheet 19 (1976), 60. [4,23]
  16. [privately circulated] (with S Hirst) Bordesley Abbey Excavations. Interim Note on 1976 Season (2pp). [23]
  17. [privately circulated] (with HM Taylor and L Butler) Deerhurst 1976. Interim Report on Results of 1976 Season (4pp). [23]
  18. [privately circulated] (with S Hirst) Interim Note on Liddington Castle, Wiltshire,
  19. England 1976 (3pp). [23]
  20. [privately circulated] A Proposal to Excavate at Tamworth in 1978-79 (3pp). [23]
  21. Review: E Jenkins, The Mystery of Arthur (1975) and CA Ralegh Radford and MJ Swanton,Arthurian Sites in the West (1975), Antiquity 50 (1976), 161-163. [6]
  22. Review: S Hirst, The Written Record (1976), West Midlands Annual Archaeological News Sheet 19 (1976), 76-77. [6]
  23. Publication of PAR excavation by another under PAR supervision: J Woodhouse, Barrow Mead, Bath, 1964 Excavation (British Archaeological Reports 28 (1976), 73pp). ^
1977
  1. (with E Greenfield) Excavations at Chew Valley Lake (Department of the Environment Archaeological Report 8 (1977), 392pp. Dated 1977, but actually published 1979). [16]
  2. ‘The Archaeology of West Mercian Towns’, in A Dornier ed, Mercian Studies (Leicester University Press, 1977), 107-129. [5]
  3. (with D Bullough) ‘The Parts of an Anglo-Saxon Mill’, Anglo-Saxon England 6 (1977), 15-37. [5]
  4. ‘Late Roman Cemeteries and Beyond’, in R Reece ed, Burial in the Roman World (Council for British Archaeology Research Report 22, 1977), 53-66. [6]
  5. ‘Levels in Publication Preparation [ = WEMORANDA]’, Rescue News 14 (1977), 2-3. [6]
  6. ‘Graveyard Recording - A Reply to Dr White’, Bulletin of the Council for British Archaeology Churches Committee 6 (1977), 9-11. [6, 29]
  7. (with HM Taylor) ‘Gloucestershire: Deerhurst’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1976’, Medieval Archaeology 21 (1977), 207-208. [4]
  8. (with S Hirst), ‘Wiltshire: Lidddington Castle’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1976’, Medieval Archaeology 21 (1977), 214. [4]
  9. (with S Hirst) ‘Hereford and Worcester (Worcestershire): ‘Redditch, Bordesley Abbey’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1976’, Medieval Archaeology 21 (1977), 225. [4]
  10. ‘Medieval Archaeology in the School of History’, Weekly Bulletin of the University of Birmingham 310 (5 Dec 1977), 2. [6]
  11. ‘Medieval Archaeology in the School of History’, West Midlands Annual Archaeological News Sheet 20 (1977), 3-5. [4]
  12. ‘Kenchester 1977 - Interim Report on Excavations’, West Midlands Annual Archaeological News Sheet 20 (1977), 33-36. [4]
  13. Letter: re S Hirst, The Written Record, Current Archaeology 57 (1977), 319. N
  14. [privately circulated] Medieval Archaeology in the School of History 1977 (2pp). [8]
  15. [privately circulated] Bordesley Abbey Interim Report on Excavations and Field School (2pp); and Report on Teaching Programme for Rochester Students (2pp). [23]
  16. [privately circulated] Deerhurst 1977 Interim Report (3pp). [23]
  17. [privately circulated] Kenchester 1977 Interim Report on Excavations (5pp). [23]
  18. Review: HL White, Monuments and Their Inscriptions. A Practical Guide (1977), Rescue News 14 (1977), 13. [6, 29]
  19. Review: B Cunliffe, Excavations at Porchester Castle II: Saxon (1976), Medieval Archaeology 21(1977). 266-268. [6]
  20. Publication of PAR excavation by another under PAR supervision: F Williams, Excavations at Pleshey Castle (British Archaeological Reports 42 (1977), 251pp).
1977-78
  1. Letter: Reply to Professor Allanson’s memorandum re Medieval Archaeology [after Professor Rodney Hilton’s attack re relevance of Kenchester to the School of History, Birmingham, etc] (2pp). [22]
1978
  1. ‘Grave Orientation’, Archaeological Journal 135 (1978), 1-14. [5]
  2. ‘The Concept of Continuity in Settlement Studies’, Medieval Villages Research Group Annual Report 26 (1978), 35-36. [4, 7]
  3. ‘The New Department at York’, Antiquity 52.206 (1978), 241-242. [6]
  4. ‘Degree Course at York,’ Rescue News 16 (1978), 2. [6]
  5. ‘Kenchester’ in ‘Roman Britain in 1977’, Britannia 9 (1978), 438. [23]
  6. Letter, ‘That Famous Fellow’, Rescue News 16 (1978), 7. [4]
  7. Letter: to T Dickinson re setting up department at York [this was the one that PAR thought it was worth having a copy of]. [22]
  8. [privately circulated] Wharram Percy Memorandum on York University Involvement (2pp). N
  9. Review: ‘How To Get An Excavation Finished; Or Night-Thoughts After Reading P.A.Barker Techniques of Archeological Excavation (1978), Current Archaeology 63 (1978), 127. [6]
1979
  1. The Saxon and Medieval Palaces at Cheddar. Excavations 1960-62. (British Archaeological Reports British Series 65 (1979), 411pp). [14]
  2. (with L Watts) ‘The End of Roman Temples in the West of Britain (with appendices on ‘Lydney’ and ‘A Modern Shrine in Donegal’) ‘, in PJ Casey ed, The End of Roman Britain (British Archaeological Reports British Series 71,1979), 183-210. [6]
  3. ‘Thirty-three Years’ Digging in Somerset’, Proceedings of the Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society 123 (1979), 19-26. [21]
  4. ‘Sunken-featured Buildings’, Medieval Villages Research Group Annual Report 27 (1979), 32-33. [7]
  5. Archaeology at York . University of York, Department of Archaeology. 11pp. [6, 29] (+ draft) [8]
  6. ‘Fifty Years of Cameras’, Archaeolog 12 (1979), 9-11. [6]
  7. ‘Friends and Neighbours’, Interim 6.2 (1979), 38-39. [6, 29]
  8. (with S Hirst) ‘Hereford & Worcester (Worcestershire): Redditch, Bordesley Abbey’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1978’, Medieval Archaeology 23 (1979), 252. [7, 23]
  9. ‘The Source of the Gipsey Race’, Rescue News 20 (1979), 4. [4, 29]
  10. ‘Bordesley Abbey 1979’, West Midlands Annual Archaeological News Sheet 22 (1979), 56-57. [7]
  11. ‘Churchyard Survey’, Wharram Research Project Interim Report on the 30th Season (1979), 12-13. [23]
  12. Letter, ‘Shortcomings’, Popular Archaeology 1.5 (1979), 3. [4]
  13. [privately circulated] Birmingham Seminar on Vocational Training in Archaeology - The Department at York (6pp). [8]
  14. [privately circulated] What Happens to Graduates When They Leave University (Council for British Archaeology Universities Committee, Sept 1979, 6pp). [22]
  15. [privately circulated] Interim Report on the 1979 Excavation at the Wharram-le-Street Roman Villa (2pp). [8, 23]
  16. [privately circulated] (with L Watts) Wharram Percy Interim Report Churchyard
  17. Survey (2pp). [23]
?1979
  1. ‘Diary of a Conference Buff’, ?Rescue News ? 1p, ? [includes Sutton Hoo]. [8]
1970s
  1. Letter: ‘It’s Happened’, Rescue News ??? 1p [re Stonehenge and Royal Punjab Cavalry]. [8]
1980
  1. (edited with T Dickinson and L Watts) Anglo-Saxon Cemeteries 1979 (British Archaeological Reports British Series 82 (1980), 389pp). [15]
  2. (with T Dickinson) ‘Editorial preface’, in P Rahtz, T Dickinson and L Watts ed, Anglo-Saxon Cemeteries 1979 (British Archaeological Reports British Series 82, 1980), 3-7. [15]
  3. ‘Sutton Hoo Opinions - Forty years After’, in P Rahtz, T Dickinson and L Watts ed, Anglo-Saxon Cemeteries 1979 (British Archaeological Reports British Series 82, 1980), 313-326. [15]
  4. Wharram Data Sheets. (Department of Archaeology, University of York (1980), 23pp). [29]
  5. ‘Dilemma of Rescue Versus Research’, The Times Higher Education Supplement 376 (1980), 9. [re Sutton Hoo] [6, 7]
  6. ‘Dilemma of Rescue Versus Research’, Rescue News 21 (1980), 8. [re Sutton Hoo] (shortened version). [7, 29]
  7. ‘Motivation in Archaeology’, Popular Archaeology 1 (1980), 42-44. [7]
  8. ‘Yorkshire (E. Riding) Wharram-le-Street’, in ‘Roman Britain in 1979’, Britannia 11(1980), 363. N
  9. (with L Watts, L Butler and HM Taylor) ‘St Mary, Deerhurst’, Bulletin of the CBA Churches Committee 13 (1980), 9-11. [23]
  10. (with L Watts) ‘St Oswald’s, Fulford, York’, Bulletin of the CBA Churches Committee 13 (1980), 12-15. [23]
  11. (with S Hirst) ‘Hereford and Worcester (Worcestershire): Redditch, Bordesley Abbey’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1979’ Medieval Archaeology 24 (1980), 239. [7]
  12. (with JG Hurst) ‘Yorkshire, North Yorkshire (Yorkshire, E. Riding): Wharram Percy, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1979’, Medieval Archaeology 24 (1980), 261-262. [23]
  13. Wharram-le-Street Villa and Wharram Percy, Site 60, Medieval Village Research Group
  14. and University of York Interim Report on the 31st Season (1980),1, 2, 5-6, 11-14, 26. N
  15. (with S Hirst, G Astill and D Walsh) ‘Bordesley Abbey, Hereford and Worcester’, West Midlands Annual Archaeological News Sheet 23 (1980), 80-81. [7]
  16. [privately circulated] (with T Dickinson) Archaeology in the University [of York] 1979-80 (3pp). [8]
  17. [privately circulated] Memorandum: The Use of Microfiche as a Major Alternative to Archaeological Publication (Dept of Archaeology, University of York) (2pp). [22, 29]
  18. [privately circulated] Archaeological Pasts and Futures (3pp) (+ responses, including one by SPQR (2pp) in 29). [8, 29]
  19. Letters to PAR about Archaeological Pasts and Futures (5pp). N
  20. [privately circulated] (with S Hirst, G Astill and D Walsh) Bordesley Abbey 1980 - 12th Season. Interim Report of Excavation and Post-Excavation Work (3pp). [23]
  21. [privately circulated] Wharram Percy, The North Manor (Site 60) A Preliminary Model (including Excavation Strategy and Predictive Models, Excavation and Recording) (8pp). N
  22. [privately circulated] Wharram Percy 1980 Area 60 Interim Report (5pp). [23]
  23. Review: N Thomas ed, Rescue Archaeology in the Bristol Area I (1979), Bristol Archaeological Research Group Review 1 (1980), 57-58. [7]
  24. Review: L Laing and J Laing, Anglo-Saxon England (1979), History 65 (1980), 101-102.[7]
  25. Review: L Laing and J Laing, A Guide to the Dark Age Remains in Britain (1979), History 65 (1980), 102. [7]
  26. Review: B Hope-Taylor, Yeavering, An Anglo-British Centre of Early Northumbria (1977), Medieval Archaeology 24 (1980), 265-270. [7]
  27. Review: M Carver, Medieval Worcester - An Archaeological Framework (1980), West Midlands Archaeology 23 (1980), 137-139. [7]
  28. Review: P Williams, Whitbourne - A Bishop’s Manor (1979), West Midlands Archaeology 23 (1980), 140-141. [7]
1981
  1. The New Medieval Archaeology or ‘King Arthur and his Random Number Table’. (Inaugural lecture delivered 1980) (University of York (1981), 34pp). [7]
  2. ‘Artefacts of Christian Death’, in SC Humphries and H King ed, Mortaility and Immortality: The Anthropology of Death (Academic Press, 1981), 117-136. [+ lecture June 1980 it was based on] [21]
  3. ‘Medieval Milling’ (with appendices on ‘Horizontal-wheeled Watermills on Crete (with L Watts) and on ‘The Origins of Horizontal-wheeled Watermills...’), in DW Crossley ed, Medieval Industry (Council for British Archaeology Research Report 40, 1981), 1-15. [7]
  4. Wharram Data Sheets. (Medieval Village Research Group (2nd ed,1981), 33pp. [29]
  5. ‘Tamworth, Staffs’, in J Scofield and D Palliser with C Harding ed, Recent Research in English Towns (Council for British Archaeology, 1981), 97-98. [21]
  6. ‘North Yorkshire: Wharram Percy, Site 60’, Britannia 12 (1981), 329-330. N
  7. (with S Hirst, G Astill and D Walsh) ‘Hereford and Worcester (Worcestershire): Redditch, Bordesley Abbey’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1980’, Medieval Archaeology 25 (1981), 188. [23]
  8. ‘Yorkshire, North (Yorkshire, East Riding): Wharram Percy, North Manor’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1980’, Medieval Archaeology 25 (1981), 220, 223-224. [23]
  9. ‘North Manor Site’, Wharram Research Project Interim Report on the 32nd Season (1980) (typescript, 2pp).
  10. ‘North Manor Site 60, Wharram Percy Interim Report for Medieval Village Research Group (2pp). N
  11. Letter [re ‘new’ archaeology]: Current Archaeology 81 (1981), 319. N
  12. Enhanced photograph: ‘Banking in York Through the Ages’, Rescue News 25 (1981), 5. N
  13. [privately circulated] (with L Watts) St Oswald’s Church, Fulford, York Interim Report on Excavation Sept 7-8 (1981), 3pp. N
  14. [privately circulated] Wharram Percy Interim Report 1981 (University of York, 7pp). N
  15. The Department of Archaeology (Address to Court, University of York (Nov 26, 1981), 4pp. [important re the history of the department] [8]
  16. Review: E Fowler and others, Earlier Medieval Sites (410-1066) In and Around Bristol and Bath, the South Cotswolds, and Mendip (1980), Medieval Archaeology 25 (1981), 231-232. [21]
  17. Review: JR Magilton, The Church of St. Helen-on-the-Walls, Aldwark (1980) and JD Dawes and JR Magilton, The Cemetery of St. Helen-on-the-Walls (1980), Yorkshire Archaeological Journal 53 (1981), 157-158. [7]
1982
  1. ‘Celtic Society in Somerset AD 400-700’, Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 30 (1982), 176-200. [+ lecture slide list] [21]
  2. (with PJ Fowler) ‘Introduction’, in M Aston and I Burrow ed, The Archaeology of Somerset (Somerset County Council, 1982), 1-3. [7, 29] [+ lecture version on Dina Portway Dobson Hinton] [8]
  3. ‘The Dark Ages 400-700 AD’, in M Aston and I Burrow ed, The Archaeology of Somerset (Somerset County Council, 1982), 98-108. [7, 29] (+ lecture version) [8]
  4. ‘Architectural Reconstruction of Timber Buildings from Archaeological Evidence: Comments on F.W.B. Charles’s ‘Post-Construction and the Rafter Roof’, Vernacular Architecture 13 (1982), 39-41. [21]
  5. ‘North Yorkshire: Wharram Percy, North Manor, Site 60’, Britannia 13 (1982), 349. N
  6. ‘Hereford and Worcester (Worcestershire): Redditch, Bordesley Abbey’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1981’, Medieval Archaeology 26 (1982), 185-186. [23]
  7. (with JG Hurst) ‘Yorkshire (North Yorkshire, East Riding): Wharram Percy’ including North Manor, Site 60’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1981’, Medieval Archaeology 26 (1982), 212-214. [23]
  8. ‘North Manor, Site 60’, Wharram Research Project Interim Report on the 33rd Season (1982), 1-3, 6-11; (34-35, SPQR, photography, 43) N
  9. Wharram Percy - The Case for Preservation in 1982 (for AGM of Medieval Village Research Group, 2pp). [22]
  10. [privately circulated] (with G Astill, S Hirst, D Walsh and S Wright) Bordesley Abbey 1982 (4pp). [23]
  11. [privately circulated] Wharram Percy Site 60 Interim Report 1982 (4pp). N
  12. Review: M Faull and S Moorhouse ed, Archaeology, History and Planning: A Review Article on M Faull and S Moorhouse ed, West Yorkshire: An Archaeological Survey to AD 1500’ (1981), Yorkshire Archaeological Journal 54 (1982), 153-157. [7]
  13. Review: A-S Graslund, Birka IV - The Burial Customs - A Study of the Graves on Bjorko (1980), Medieval Archaeology 26 (1982), 234-236. [7]
1983
  1. ‘New Approaches to Medieval Archaeology, Part I’, in DA Hinton ed, 25 Years of Medieval Archaeology (University of Sheffield and Society for Medieval Archaeology, 1983), 12-23. [21]
  2. [drafts (55pp; 13pp) [7, 22]]
  3. (with L Watts] Wharram Percy: The Memorial Stones of the Churchyard (York University Archaeological Publications 1 (1983), 38pp). [21]
  4. ‘Preface’, in S Hirst, D Walsh and S Wright, Bordesley Abbey II (British Archaeological Reports British Series 111 (1983), 1-4. [18]
  5. (with L Watts) ‘The Finds’, in S Hirst, D Walsh and S Wright, Bordesley Abbey II (British Archaeological Reports British Series 111 (1983), 129-206. [18]
  6. ‘The Archaeologist and the Archaeoscientist’, Rescue News 30 (1983), 2-3. [21]
  7. ‘Hereford and Worcester. Redditch, Bordesley Abbey’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1982’, Medieval Archaeology 27 (1983), 180. [23]
  8. (with JG Hurst) ‘Yorkshire, North. Wharram Percy’, including ‘North Manor, Site 60’, in ‘Medieval Britain in 1982’, Medieval Archaeology 27 (1983), 207-209. [23]
  9. ‘North Manor, Site 60 Summary’, North Manor, Site 60, Wharram Research Project Interim Report on the 34th Season (1983), 2, 6-10; (30-31 SPQR photography). N
  10. [privately circulated] Wharram Percy Site 60 Interim Report 1983 (7pp). N
  11. Seminar Teaching in Archaeology (University of York Workshop on Seminar Teaching Method, 6pp). [22]
  12. Speech to Finalists’ Dinner, June 27, 1983 (3pp). [important re ethos of department] [22]
1984
  1. (with L Watts) ‘Upton: Deserted Medieval Village, Blockley, Gloucestershire, 1973’,Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society 102 (1984), 141-154. [21]
  2. ‘Archaeologists and Architects: Areas of Communication, Collaboration and Conflict’, in P Addyman and V Black eds, Archaeological Papers from York Presented to M.W. Barley (York Archaeological Trust, 1984), 152-157. [21]
  3. (with L Watts ed) Cowlam Wold Barrows (York University Archaeological Publications 3(1984), 32pp). [21]
  4. ‘The Nuer Medieval Archaeology: Theory vs. History’, Scottish Archaeological Forum 3.2 (1984), 109-112. [21]
  5. ‘Philip Rahtz adds’ to ‘Archaeology, Politics and the Public’, Current Archaeology 92 (1984), 261. N
  6. ‘Hereford and Worcester: Redditch, Bordesley Abbey’, in ‘Medieval Britain and Ireland in 1983’, Medieval Archaeology 28 (1984), 222-223. [23]
  7. (with JG Hurst) ‘Yorkshire, North. Wharram Percy’, including ‘North Manor, Site 60’, in ‘Medieval Britain and Ireland in 1983’,Medieval Archaeology 28 (1984), 248-249. [23]
  8. ‘North Manor, Sites 60 and 69’, ‘North Manor, Sites 60 and 69’, Wharram Research Project Interim Report on the 35th Season (1984), 3, 6-11; (27 SPQR photography). N
  9. [privately circulated] Wharram Percy 1984: North Manor (Sites 60 and 69) Interim Report (2pp). N
  10. [privately circulated] Wharram percy - North Manor Site 60 Memorandum on Strategy for 1985-1990. ?N
  11. Review: MG Welch, Early Anglo-Saxon Sussex (1983), History 69(1984), 300-301. [21]
  12. Review: B Cunliffe, Danebury: Anatomy of an Iron Age Hillfort (1983), History 69(1984), 443. [21]
1985
  1. Invitation to Archaeology (Basil Blackwell (1985), 184pp.) [17]
  2. [material cut from this, including I Burrow cartoons etc] [22]]
  3. Convite a Archaeologia (Imago Editora, Rio de Janeiro, 1985, 187pp). [Portuguese translation of Invitation to Archaeology; dated 1985, but actually published 1989] [25]
  4. (with L Watts) Mary-Le-Port, Bristol Excavations 1962-1963. (City of Bristol Museum and Art Gallery Monograph 7 (1985), 208pp). [19]
  5. ‘Wharram Research Strategies’, in D Hooke ed, Medieval Villages (Oxford University Committee for Archaeology Monograph 5,1985), 205-213. [21] (+ lecture version (6pp) ) [N]
  6. ‘Wharram Percy Memorial Stones: An Anthropological View from Mars’, in D Hooke ed, Medieval Villages (Oxford University Comittee for Archaeology Monograph 5, 1985), 215-223. [ as Rilip Phahtz] [21] (+ lecture version to type)
  7. ‘Archaeology and Christian Death’, in J Dyer ed, Archaeology and Death (Council for British Archaeology, 1985), 17-19. [21]
  8. (with JG Hurst) ‘Yorkshire, North: Wharram Percy’ including ‘North Manor, Site 60’, in ‘Medieval Britain and Ireland in 1984’, Medieval Archaeology 29 (1985), 206-207. [23]
  9. ‘Sites 60 and 82 (North Manor)’, Interim Report of the 36th Season of the Wharram Research Project, North Yorkshire , MVRGR (check), 24-25. N
  10. ‘North Manor, Sites 60 and 82’, ‘North Manor, Sites 60 and 82’, Wharram Research Project Interim Report on the 36th Season (1985), 3, 8-11; (24 SPQR photography; 27 child’s letter re visit). N
  11. [privately circulated] Wharram Percy 1984: North Manor (Sites 60 and 69).?New
  12. [privately circulated] Wharram Percy - North Manor Site 60 - Memorandum on Strategy for 1985-1990 (5pp). N
  13. Review: R Poulton and H Woods, Excavations on the Site of the Dominican Friary at Guildford in 1974 and 1978 (1984), Medieval Archaeology 29 (1985), 244-245. [21]
  14. Review: CJ Arnold, Roman Britain to Saxon England (1984), History 70 (1985), 276. [21]
  15. Publication of PAR site by others, together with their excavation: AR Wilmott and
  16. SPQ Rahtz, ‘An Iron Age and Roman Settlement Outside Kenchester, (Magis), Herefordshire. Excavations 1977-79, Transactions of the Woolhope Naturalists’ Field Club 45 part 1 (1985), 36-185. ^
?1985
  1. (unpublished) Anecdotes of Tony Brewster [also copy of T Pacitto’s piece on Brewster, TCM Brewster Anecdotes 1 - At Staplehowe; what publication were these done for?] N
1986
  1. (with L Watts) ‘The Archaeologist on the Road to Lourdes and Santiago de Compostela’, in L Butler and R Morris ed, The Anglo-Saxon Church. Papers on History, Architecture, and Archaeology in Honour of Dr HM Taylor (Council for British Archaeology Research Report 60, 1986), 51-73. (Frontispiece photograph of HMT by PAR). [21]
  2. Invitation to Archaeology (Basil Blackwell (revised ed,1986), 184pp). [26]
  3. (with C Hayfield and J Bateman) Two Roman Villas at Wharram Le Street (York University Archaeological Publications 4 (1986), 82pp). [29]
  4. ‘How I Became An Archaeologist’, Young Archaeologist 55 (1986), 2-3. [21]
  5. ‘Foreword’, C Dobinson and R Gilchrist eds, Archaeology, Politics and the Public (York University Archaeological Publications No 5 (1986), 2. [21]
  6. ‘President’s Piece: Southampton 1986’, British Archaeological News 1.8 (1986), 69. [29]
  7. ‘Multiple-authors’, Current Archaeology 104 (1987), 278-279. N
  8. (with JG Hurst) ‘Yorkshire, North, Wharram Percy’, including Site 60, in ‘Medieval Britain and Ireland in 1985’, Medieval Archaeology 30 (1986), 173-174. [23]
  9. ‘North Manor, Sites 82 and 83’, Wharram Research Project Interim Report on the 37th Season (1986), 2, 5-6. N
  10. Review: B Cunliffe, Roman Bath Discovered (1984), Urban History Yearbook 1986, 189-190. [29]
  11. Review: J Williams, M Shaw and V Denham, Middle Saxon Palaces at Northampton (1985), Antiquaries Journal 66 part II(1986), 450-451. [29]
1987
  1. (with A Ellison) ‘Excavations at Hog Cliff Hill, Maiden Newton, Dorset’, Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 53 (1987), 223-269. [29]
  2. (with A Ellison) ‘Excavations at Whitsbury Castle Ditches, Hampshire, 1960’, Proceedings of the Hampshire Field Club and Archaeological Society 43 (1987), 63-81. [29]
  3. ‘Post-Roman Avon’, in M Aston and R Isles ed, The Archaeology of Avon (Avon County Council, 1987), 72-81. [21, 29]
  4. (with S Hirst) ‘The Chapel of St Columbanus at Cheddar’, Proceedings of the Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society 131 (1987), 157-161. [29]
  5. ‘Philip Rahtz [comment on World Archaeological Congress, 1986], in P Ucko, Archaeological Freedom and Apartheid (Duckworth (1987), 180-182. [21]
  6. (also cf World Archaeological Bulletin 1 (1986), 21-22). [29]
  7. ‘Japan (The President’s Piece)’, British Archaeological News 1.9 (1987), 78-79. [29]
  8. ‘Whithorn (The President’s Piece)’, British Archaeological News 2.1 (1987), 9. [29]
  9. ‘A New Antiquity (The President’s Piece)’, British Archaeological News 2.2 (1987), 23. [29]
  10. ‘Sutton Hoo 1987 (The President’s Piece)’, British Archaeological News 2.3 (1987), 35. [29]
  11. ‘The First IFA Conference (The President’s Piece)’, British Archaeological News 2.4, 43. [29]
  12. ‘The Keele Seminar on Metal Detecting (The President’s Piece)’, British Archaeological News 2.5 (1987), 52. [29]
  13. ‘Monuments in Portugal (The President’s Piece), British Archaeological News 2.6 (1987), 60. [29]
  14. ‘St Cuthbert AD 687-1987 (The President’s Piece)’, British Archaeological News 2.7 (1987), 67.
  15. Review: C Thomas, Celtic Britain (1986), History 72 (1987), 310-311. [21]
  16. Review: The Archaeology of York: 2/1 RB Dobson and S Donaghey, The History of Clementhorpe Nunnery (1984); 8/1 J Moulden and D Tweddle, Anglo-Scandinavian Settlement South-West of the Ouse (1986); 14/5 HK Kenward et al, Environmental Evidence from a Roman Well and Anglian Pits in the Legionary Fortress (1986); 15/1 TP O’Connor, Selected Groups of Bones from Skeldergate and Walmgate (1984); 17/3 A MacGregor, Anglo-Scandinavian Finds from Lloyds Bank, Pavemetn, and Other Sites (1982); 17/4 D Tweddle, Finds from Parliament Street and Other Sites in the City Centre (1986); 18/1 EJE Pirie, Post-Roman Coins from York Excavations 1971-81 (1986),
  17. Medieval Archaeology 31 (1987), 197-199. [29]
?1987
  1. Review: R Layton ed, Who Needs The Past? (2pp) (for Unwin and Hyman; World Archaeology Congress paper?). N
1988
  1. ‘Decision-making in the Past’, Archaeological Review from Cambridge 7.2 (1988), 210-218. [29]
  2. ‘From Roman to Saxon at Wharram Percy’, in J Price and PR Wilson ed, Recent Research in Roman Yorkshire (British Archaeological Reports British Series 193, 1988), 123-137. [29]
  3. ‘The End of Roman Wharram Percy’, in R Jones, J Bloemers, S Dyson and M Biddle ed, First Millenium Papers (British Archaeological Reports International Series, 401), 295-301[29]
  4. (with WS Hanson) ‘Video Recording on Excavations’, Antiquity 62.234 (1988), 106-111. [29]
  5. ‘Philip Barker - An Appreciation’, in A Burl ed, From Roman Town to Norman Castle (University of Birmingham, 1988), 68-73. [29]
  6. ‘Centenary Address’, in Annual Report of the Wells Natural History and Archaeological Society 1987-1988 (1988), 15-17. [29]
  7. ‘Archaeoscifi 1987 (The President’s Piece)’, British Archaeological News 2.9 (1988), 90. [29]
  8. ‘Theoretical Archaeology Group (The President’s Piece)’, British Archaeological News 3.1 (1988), 5. [29]
  9. ‘Perceptions of Bordesley Abbey (The President’s Piece)’, British Archaeological News 3.2 (1988), 17. [29]
  10. ‘Homage to Philip Barker (The President’s Piece)’, British Archaeological News 3.3 (1988), 25. [29]
  11. ‘Archaeology and the Dead (The President’s Piece)’, British Archaeological News 3.4 (1988), 33. [29]
  12. ‘The Archaeology of the Dead - Principles and Guidelines (The President’s Piece)’, 3.5 (1988), 48. [29]
  13. ‘Scilly at the Crossroads (The President’s Piece)’, British Archaeological News 3.6 (1988), 55. [29]
  14. ‘Beating About the Bush Barrow (The President’s Piece)’, British Archaeological News 3.7 (1988), 66. [29]
  15. ‘Pepys and Archaeology (The President’s Piece)’, British Archaeological News 3.8 (1988), 79. [29]
  16. ‘Raymond Hayes (The President’s Piece)’, British Archaeological News 3.9 (1988), 88. [29]
  17. Letter: ‘Care and Support for Cathedrals’, The Times, 16.3.88. [29]
  18. Review: RN Bailey, E Cambridge, HD Briggs, Dowsing in Church Archaeology (1988),Antiquity 62 (1988), 237. [29]
  19. Review: P Ucko, Academic Freedom and Apartheid (1988), Archaeological Review from Cambridge 7.2 (1988), 249-252. [29]
  20. Review: C Heighway, Anglo-Saxon Gloucestershire (1987), Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society 106 (1988), 232-233. [29]
  21. Review: M Aston ed, Aspects of the Medieval Landscape of Somerset (1988), Proceedings of the Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society 132 (1988), 356-357. [29]
  22. Review: M Carver, Underneath English Towns - Interpreting Urban Archaeology(1987), Yorkshire Archaeological Journal 60 (1988), 192-193. [N]
1989
  1. Little Ouseburn Barrow 1958 (York University Archaeological Publications 7 (1989), 51pp). [29]
  2. (with L Watts) ‘Pagans Hill Revisited’, Archaeological Journal 146 (1989), 330-371. [29]
  3. ‘Ethics in British Archaeology’, Appendix A, in Council for British Archaeology Annual Report No 39 (1989), 69-82. [29]
  4. ‘Avebury and Perception (The President’s Piece)’, British Archaeological News 4.1 (1989), 5. [29]
  5. ‘The Bones of St Edward the Martyr (The President’s Piece)’, British Archaeological News 4.2 (1989), 17-18. [29]
  6. ‘Life Among the Cave Bears (The President’s Piece)’, British Archaeological News 4.3 (1988), 38. [29]
  7. Research in the CBA (The President’s Piece)’, British Archaeological News 4.4 (1989), 54-55. [29]
  8. Review: Camden Historical Society, Buried in Hampstead (1986), Bulletin of the CBA [?] Churches Committee 26 (1989), 25-26. [29]
1990
  1. ‘Bower Chalke 1959: Excavations at Great Ditch Banks and Middle Chase Ditch’, Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine 83 (1990), 1-49. [30]
  2. PAR ed & contributor: ‘Bob and Ann Everton - An Appreciation and Retrospect’, Avon Past 15 (1990), 2-6. [30]
  3. [privately circulated](with L Watts) Archaeological Excavations at the Balnearios de Fortuna, Fortuna, Murcia, Spain (4pp). N
  4. [unpublished] The Kirkdale Bucket (4pp). N
  5. Review: PG Dorrell, Photography in Archaeology and Conservation (1988), Archaeological Journal 147 (1990), 471-472. [30]
  6. Review: Raymond H Hayes (P Wilson ed), North East Yorkshire Studies: Archaeological Papers (1988), The Ryedale Historian 15 (1990), 34-35. N
  7. Review: DA Spratt and BJD Harrison, The North York Moors - Landscape Heritage (1989), Yorkshire Archaeological Journal 62 (1990), 220-221. N
  8. Review: R Holt, The Mills of Medieval England (1988), Medieval Archaeology 34 (1990), 269-270. [30]
1991
  1. Invitation to Archaeology (Basil Blackwell (2nd revised ed 1991), 182pp). [26]
  2. ‘Pagan and Christian by the Severn Sea’, in L Abrams and J Carley ed, The Archaeology and History of Glastonbury Abbey. Essays in Honour of the Ninetieth Birthday of
  3. CA Ralegh Radford (The Boydell Press,1991), 3-37. [30]
  4. ‘Forty Years of Research in a Wolds Parish’, The Ryedale Historian 15 (1990-91), 9-11. [N]
  5. (with L Watts and C Hawkes) The Well in the Crypt of the Lady Chapel of Glastonbury Abbey (Note for Trustees of Glastonbury Abbey) (2pp). N
  6. [unpublished - to be completed] (with L Watts) The Well in the Lady Chapel in Glastonbury Abbey (4pp). N
  7. Whitby - The Plan (for HBMC Meeting, Mount Grace, 1991) (2pp). N
  8. Whitby (for Scarborough Borough Council, Oct 1991) (10pp). N
  9. Review: M Beresford and J Hurst, Wharram Percy: Deserted Medieval Village (1990), Minerva 2.3 (1991), 38. N
  10. Review: M Costen, The Origins of Somerset (1992), Proceedings of the Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society 135 (for 1991), 238-240. [30]
  11. Review: R Hayes (P Wilson ed), North East Yorkshire Studies: Archaeological Papers (1988), The Ryedale Historian 15 (1990-1), 34-35. N
  12. Obituary: ‘Maurice Barley: the Man’, British Archaeology 6.5 (1991), 61. N
1992
  1. (with A Woodward, I Burrow, A Everton, L Watts, P Leach, S Hirst, P Fowler and K Gardner) Cadbury Congresbury 1968-73. A Late/Post Roman Hilltop Settlement in Somerset (British Archaeological Report British Series 223 (1992), 261pp). [28]
  2. (with R Meeson) An Anglo-Saxon Watermill at Tamworth (Council for British Archaeology Research Report 83 (1992), 167pp). [27]
  3. ‘A Note on Two Anglo-Saxon Features from Site 60’, G Milne and J Richards, Anglo-Saxon Buildings and Associated Finds (York University Archaeological Publications 9, 1992), 86-88. [30]
  4. Reprint: ‘How Likely is Likely?’, Arkaeologisk Felthandbok (1992), AF25.1-2. [original 1975]. [30]
  5. (with I Burrow) ‘Archaeology Is Too Important A Subject Not To Be Joked About’, Archaeological Review from Cambridge 11.2 (1992), 373-387. [30] [+ proposal for, full version (28pp), which includes Cadhurst drawing and Cyprus sherry drawing (latter ICGB]. [30]
1993
  1. Glastonbury (English Heritage, 144pp). (Hardback & paperback). [24a and 24b]
  2. ‘Half A Century of Sutton Hoo’, Council for British Archaeology Archaeology in Britain (1993), 172-175. [30]
  3. M Gray ( P Rahtz and L Watts ed), The Trinitarian Order in England Excavations at Thelsford Priory (British Archaeological Report British Series 226 (1993), 144pp. ^
  4. [part of editorial] re John McDonnell and The Ryedale Historian , The Ryedale Historian 16 (1992-3), 4. [31] [full version (6pp) N]
  5. Review: C Thomas, Tintagel, Arthur and Archaeology (1993), Cornish Archaeology 32 (1993), 178-180. [+ full version] [30]
  6. Review: I Morris, Death-Ritual and Social Structure in Classical Antiquity (1992), Journal Roman Studies 83 (1993), 180-181. N
1994
  1. Unpublished: ‘Whitby 1994. Report on Watching Brief of Construction of Upper Part of Steps from Church Street to Aelfeda Terrace’, for Scarborough Borough Council (9pp). N
  2. Review: ‘The Onymous Dead’ [re J Reeve and M Adams ed, The Spitalfield Project 1: The Archaeology. Across the Styx ] (1993), Antiquity 68.260 (1994), 658-660. [30]
1995
  1. ‘Anglo-Saxon and Later Whitby’, L Hoey ed, Yorkshire Monasticism (Leeds, 1995), 1-11. [30]
  2. ‘Memories of Leslie Grinsell’, Retrospect (Archaeological and Local History Notes & News from North Somerset and South Avon ) 181 (1995), 1-3. [30]
  3. ‘The Minster, the Abandoned Mistress and the Ghost - Kirkdale Through the Centuries’, University of York Magazine, May 1995, 10. N (+ original (4pp) N
  4. [privately circulated] (with L Watts) Kirkdale 1994-5 - Interim Note on Excavation by the Hodge Beck, in Field N of St Gregory’s Minster (2pp). N
  5. [privately circulated] (with L Watts and J Grenville) Kirkdale - July 1995 Interim Report On Work Done (9pp). N
  6. Unpublished: Observations on M Carver paper on Department of Archaeology and York Archaeological Trust, 26.5.95 (6pp). [has useful details about early history of the department] N
  7. Review: C Thomas, Tintagel, Arthur and Archaeology (1993), Antiquaries Journal Book Review Supplement 75 (1995), 49-50. [30] [+ unedited version (6pp)] [30]
  8. Review: The Incomparable Hallmark of the Divine Image [re J Lilley, G Stroud, D Brothwell and M Williamson, The Jewish Burial Ground at Jewbury ] (1994), Antiquity 69 (1995), 196-200. N
  9. Review: A Woodward and P Leach, The Uley Shrines (1993), Early Medieval Europe 4.2 (1995), 246-248. [30] [+ short version (4pp)] [30]
  10. Review: K Painter ed, Churches Built in Ancient Times. Recent Studies in Early Christian Archaeology’ (1994), Medieval Archaeology 39 (1995), 325-327. [30]
  11. Obituary:’Harold Taylor’, British Archaeology 10 (1995), 13. [30]
1996
  1. (with A Gonzalez Blanco, M Amante Sanchez and L Watts), ‘Primer Acercamiento a Los Restos Arqueologicos del Balneario Romano’, in A Gonzalez Blanco, M Mayer Olive,
  2. AU Stylow, R Gonzalez Fernandez ed,El Balneario Romano y La Cueva Negra de Fortuna (Murcia). Homenaje al Prof. Ph. Rahtz (Antiguedad y Cristianismo XIII (1996), Universidad de Murcia), 153-178. [published 1999 for 1996]. [30]
  3. [English original with Spanish press]
  4. ‘El So De Gran Bretana En Los Tiempos Que Siguieron A La Dominacion Romana’, in
  5. A Gonzalez Blanco et al, El Balneario Romano y La Cueva Negra de Fortuna (Murcia). Homanaje al Prof. Ph. Rahtz (Antiguedad y Christianismo XIII (1996), Universidad de Murcia), 559-565. [30]
  6. [‘The Post-Roman West of Britain’ (9pp)] [English original] [30]
  7. [Introduction to PAR in this vol by L Watts, ‘The Contribution of Philip Rahtz to the Study of Late Antiquity’ (13pp), ibid 553-558. [English original] [31]]
  8. (with S Hirst) ‘Liddington Castle and the Battle of Badon: Excavations and Research 1976’, Archaeological Journal 153 (for 1996), 1-59. [30]
  9. (with S Roskams) ‘Introduction’, S Roskams ed, Interpreting Stratigraphy 8 (1996), 1-8. [30]
  10. ‘Reconstructing Stratigraphy Within Burials: The Use of the Planum Method’,
  11. S Roskams ed, Interpreting Stratigraphy 8 (1996), 36-38. [30]
  12. ‘Excavation Reports and BAR - A Personal View’, D Davison and M Henig ed, British Archaeological Reports Past, Present and Future (Tempus Reparatum, 1996), 16-18. [30] [also SPQ Rahtz, ‘BAR, Computers and Publication, 10-15.] [30]
  13. ‘North Yorkshire 214. Kirkdale’, in ‘Medieval Britain and Ireland in 1995’, Medieval Archaeology 40 (1996), 291-292. N
  14. ‘Kirkdale’ for ‘All-day Excursion: Ango-Saxon Settlements and Churches to the North and East of York’, 47th Sachsensymposium (3pp). N
  15. Letter: ‘Aerial Archaeology’, Current Archaeology 146 (1996), 79. [30]
  16. [privately circulated] (with L Watts) Kirkdale Research Project Interim Report 1996 (7pp). [N]
  17. Review: L Alcock, Cadbury Castle, Somerset: The Early Medieval Archaeology (1995), Early Medieval Europe 5.1 (1996), 84-85. [30]
  18. Review: Anything But An Everyday Experience - Excavations at York Minster I by
  19. D Phillips and B Heywood, M Carver ed (1995), Medieval Archaeology 40 (1996), 319-325. [30]
?1996
  1. ‘A New Look at Cheddar Palace’, for ?Axbridge Society, ?Retrospect (2pp) [following Blair 1997 ‘..Northampton and Cheddar]. N
1997
  1. (with L Watts; also HM Taylor and L Butler) St Mary’s Church, Deerhurst, Gloucestershire. (Research Report of the Society of Antiquaries, 55 (1997), 247pp). [32]
  2. (with L Watts, E Okasha, S Bradley and J Higgitt) ‘Kirkdale - The Inscriptions’, Medieval Archaeology 41 (1997), 51-99. [30]
  3. (with L Watts and J Grenville) Archaeology at Kirkdale. Supplement to The Ryedale Historian 18 (1996-97), 19pp. [30]
  4. ‘Kirkdale’, in ‘Scarborough and Its Area: Proceedings of the 143rd Summer Meeting of the Royal Archaeological Institute, 1997’, Archaeological Journal 154 (for 1997), 287, 289. N
  5. (with L Watts) ‘Kirkdale, St Gregory’s Minster’, in ‘Round-up’, Church Archaeology 1 (1997), 61-62. N
  6. (with L Watts) ‘Kirkdale Anglo-Saxon Minster’, Current Archaeology 155 (1997), 419-422. N
  7. (with L Watts) ‘North Yorkshire 197. Kirkdale’, in ‘Medieval Britain and Ireland in 1996’, Medieval Archaeology 41(1997), 300-301. N
  8. ‘Kirkdale’ (published version of lecture to Society of Antiquaries, 6.3.97 (3pp)- ?where published). N
  9. (with M Allison) ‘A Medieval Oven at Appleton-le-Moors, The Ryedale Historian 18 (1996-97), 6-11. [30]
  10. Review: K Greene, Archaeology: An Introduction (1995), Antiquaries Journal 77 (1997), 413. [30]
  11. Review: A Boddington, Raunds Furnell: The Anglo-Saxon Church and Churchyard (1996),Church Archaeology 1 (1997), 64. [30]
  12. Review: H Galinie and E Zadora-Rio, Archeologie du Cimetiere Chretien (1994), Medieval Archaeology 41 (1997), 356-357.
  13. Review: B Vyner ed, Moorland Monuments: Studies in the Archaeology of North-East Yorkshire in Honour of Raymond Hayes and Don Spratt (1995), The Ryedale Historian 18 (1996-7), 25-26. [30]
  14. [unpublished] Sunken-featured Buildings Again (3pp). [30]
1998
  1. (with L Watts) ‘Kirkdale, St Gregory’s Minster, in ‘Round-up’, Church Archaeology 2 (1998), 63. N
  2. [private circulation] (with L Watts) Kirkdale 1998 Interim Report (5pp). N
  3. Review: P Stokes, Mendip’s Past - A Shared Heritage (1992), Proceeding of the Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society 141 (for 1998), 214. [30]
  4. Review: H Jelly, Saint Patrick’s Somerset Birthplace (199-), Retrospect (Archaeological and Local History Notes and News from Somerset) 211 (1998), 5-7. [30]
1999
  1. ‘Learning By Doing’, J Beavis and A Hunt ed, Communicating Archaeology (Oxbow, 1999), 11-19. [30]
  2. ‘Cemeteries, Unfurnished, Cheddar, Glastonbury Abbey, Mills, Royal Sites’, in M Lapidge,
  3. J Blair, S Keynes and D Scragg ed, The Blackwell Encyclopaedia of Anglo-Saxon England (Blackwell, 1999), 91-92,100-102, 206-207, 313-315, 399-401. [30]
  4. ‘150 Years of Somerset Archaeology’, Council for British Archaeology South-West 3 (1999), 4-6. [30]
  5. (with L Watts) Kirkdale Archaeology 1996-97. Supplement to The Ryedale Historian 19 (1998-99). 16pp. N
  6. ‘Ghosts at Kirkdale’, The Ryedale Historian 19 (1998-99), 17-20. [30]
  7. (with L Watts) ‘Kirkdale, St Gregory’s Minster’, in ‘Round-up’, Church Archaeology 3 (1999), 60. N
  8. Review: Whithorn - Urban Monastery or Monastic Town [re P Hill, Whithorn and St Ninian] (1997), Church Archaeology 3 (1999), 64-67. [30]
  9. Review: D Neal, The Excavation at Beadlam Roman Villa (1996), The Ryedale Historian 19 (1998-99), 24-26. [30]
  10. [for catalogue] Art and Archaeology (for exhibition of PA Barker’s paintings, Glasgow, 1999) (1p). N
  11. [?unpublished] Archaeologists for the Third Millennium (Council for British Archaeology Millenium Project Working Party) (Dec 1999)(3pp). [30]
?late 1990s
  1. [private publication]Antiquities of Harome (for both The Pheasant and The Star, Harome) (5pp). [30]
  2. (with L Watts) Kirkdale Proposal for Internet Archaeology Publication of Kirkdale 1996-98: The Vestry and North Aisle Exterior (3pp). N
1997-2001
  1. [unpublished] Old Windsor, Berkshire - Memo on Importance of Collections Relating to Old Windsor in Reading Museum (+ correspondence late 1990s-early 2000s) (2pp). [30 (part), N]
Late 1990s-early 2000s
  1. Report on Nunappleton Nunnery (missing); 5 drawings. [N]
2000
  1. (with S Hirst and S Wright) Cannington Cemetery (English Heritage, Britannia Monograph Series, No 17 (2000), 516pp). [33]
  2. ‘Anglo-Saxon Yorkshire: Current Research Problems’, in H Geake and J Kenny ed, Early Deira. Archaeological Studies of the East Riding in the Fourth to Ninth Centuries AD (Oxbow, 2000), 1-9. [31]
  3. ‘150 Years of Somerset Archaeology: Looking Backwards and Into the Next Millennium’,
  4. C Webster ed, Somerset Archaeology. Papers To Mark 150 Years of the Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society (Somerset County Council, 2000), 1-6. [31]
  5. ‘Preface’, H Mytum, Recording and Analysing Graveyards. Practical Handbook in Archaeology 15 (CBA with English Heritage, 2000), xv-xvi. [?review still to find] [31]
  6. (with L Watts) ‘Kirkdale, St Gregory’s Minster’, in ‘Round-up’, Church Archaeology 4 (2000), 78-79. N
  7. [privately circulated] (with L Watts) Kirkdale Update - Interim Report (2pp). N
  8. Letter: ‘Catastrophe’ [re M Baillie], Current Archaeology 171 (2000), 130. [30]
  9. Letter: re purpose of archaeology etc, British Archaeology 53 (2000), 25. [30] [also as written]. [30]
  10. Review: M Baillie, Exodus to Arthur - Catastrophic Encounters With Comets (1999), Council for British Archaeology South-West 5 (2000), 39-40. [31]
  11. (unpublished) (with L Watts) St Hilda’s Church, Beadlam (Report for North Yorkshire County Council, 2000).13pp. (North Yorkshire County Council ref: 3013/Gf) [31]
2001
  1. Living Archaeology (Tempus, 2001), 288pp. [+ flier] [35]
  2. Deerhurst Above and Below The Ground (Deerhurst Lecture 2000, Friends of Deerhurst Church, 2001, 25pp). [31]
  3. ‘West Heslerton Seminar’, Antiquity 75.288 (2001), 305-308. [31]
  4. ‘A View from The Old School’ [part of ‘Responses to Geoffrey Wainwright’s ‘Time Please’], Antiquity 75.289 (2001), 604-605. [31]
  5. ‘Rescuing A Gravestone’ [re Deerhurst Dipper Gravestone), Glevensis 34 (2001), 35-41. [31]
  6. ‘Ryedale Archaeology at the Millenium’, The Ryedale Historian 20 (2000-1), 4. [31] [+ full version, 4pp] [31]
  7. (with L Watts and K Saunders) ‘Appleton-Le-Street: All Saints Church’, The Ryedale Historian 20 (2000-2001), 24-31 + photo inside back cover. [31]
  8. (with L Watts and A Jones) ‘Blansby Park 2000 - Interim Report’, Yorkshire Archaeological Society Roman Antiquities Section Bulletin 18 (2001), 3-12. [31]
  9. Review: A Fox, Aileen - A Pioneering Archaeologist (2000), Antiquity 75.288 (2001), 456-457. [31]
  10. Obituary: ‘Philip Barker’, The Archaeologist 40 (2001), -.[1p] [31] [also unedited version (3pp)] [31]
2002
  1. ‘Glastonbury Tor: A Modified Landscape’ (with ‘End Piece’ by A Woodward), Landscapes 3.1 (2002), 4-18. [31]
  2. ‘The Explanation’, M Russell ed, Digging Holes in Popular Culture (Oxbow Books, 2002), 85-94. [31]
  3. Review: W Rodwell, Wells Cathedral: Excavations and Structural Studies, 1978-93 (2001), Council for British Archaeology South West 8 (2002), 29-33. [31]
  4. Review: E Rees, Celtic Saints in Their Landscapes (2001), Landscapes 3.2 (2002), 112-113. [31]
2003
  1. (with L Watts) Glastonbury - Myth and Archaeology (revised edition) (Tempus, Stroud, 2003), 191pp. [34]
  2. (with L Watts) ‘Three Ages of Conversion at Kirkdale, North Yorkshire’, in M Carver ed, The Cross Goes North (Woodbridge, 2003), 289-309. [31]
  3. (with L Watts and A Jones) ‘The Roman Villa at Blansby park, Pickering: Excavations at the Park Gate Roman Site in 2000’, Yorkshire Archaeological Journal 75 (2003), 15-56.
  4. ‘The Dobunnic Area in Post-Roman Times’, M Ecclestone et al ed, The Land of the Dobunni. A Series of Papers Relating to The Transformation of the Pagan Pre-Roman Tribal Lands into Christian, Anglo-Saxon Gloucestershire and Somerset from the Symposia of 2001 and 2002 (Committee for Archaeology in Gloucestershire and CBA South West, 2003), 24-31. [31]
  5. Review: T Taylor, The Buried Soul (2002), Antiquity 77.295 (2003), 202-204. [31]
  6. Obituary: ‘John Hurst 1927-2003’, Antiquity 77.298 (2003), 880-881. [31]
  7. [also version for The Antiquary (3pp)]. [31]
2004
  1. (with L Watts) Wharram - A Study of Settlement on the Yorkshire Wolds, IX The North Manor Area and North-West Enclosure (English Heritage, York University Archaeological Publications 11 (2004), 426pp). [36]
  2. ‘Retrospective’, Antiquity 78.300 (2004), 426-43. [also unedited version]. [31]
  3. ‘Foreword’, R Collins and J Gerrard eds, Debating Late Antiquity in Britain AD 300-700 (British Archaeological Reports British Series 365, 2004), v-vi. N
  4. [also full conference version where is this?]
  5. ‘Walley Court’, written for L Ross ed, Before the Lake. Memories of the Chew Valley (The Harptree History Society, 2004); cf pp20-22. N
  6. (with L Watts) ‘Excavations in Ryedale 2000 [re Blansby Park and Kirkdale, S side of the church], The Ryedale Historian 21 (2002-4), 19-26. [31]
  7. Review: C Haughton and D Powlesland, West Heslerton - the Anglian Cemetery (1999), The Ryedale Historian 21 (2002-4), 34-35. [31]
2005
  1. ‘Yeavering Revisited’, P Frodsham and C O’Brien ed, Yeavering - People, Power and Place (Tempus, 2005), 208-211. [31]
  2. Review: P Fergusson and S Harrison, Rievaulx Abbey - Community, Architecture, Memory’ (1999), The Ryedale Historian 22 (2004-5), 21-22. [31]
  3. Review: B Barber, S Chew, T Dyson and B White, The Cistercian Abbey of St Mary Stratford Langthorne, Essex (2004), Transactions London and Middlesex Archaeological Society 56 (2005), 188-190. [31]
  4. Obituary: ‘Tony Pacitto 1931-2003’, The Ryedale Historian 22 (2004-5), 3-5. [31]
2006
  1. ‘Preface’ to proposed new edition of The Saxon and Medieval Palaces at Cheddar (Tempus Reparatum, British Archaeological Reports, 2pp). [published 2013] [14, 31]
  2. ‘Kirkdale’, Antiquaries Journal 86 (2006), 287, 289. N
  3. ‘Celadon-type Ware from Essex’, Salon - written 2006 for CC Woodfield. [31]
2007
  1. (with L Watts) ‘Kirkdale - Comments on C14 Results’, Society for Medieval Archaeology Newsletter 37 (2007), - (1p). N
2008
  1. [privately circulated] (with L Watts) The Name of Harome (1p) N
2009
  1. Letter: (with L Watts) ‘Slides in Decline’, Current Archaeology 237 (2009), 4-5. N
2010
  1. St Oswald’s, Fulford, Exterior. [Typescript with drawings given to York Archaeological Trust, in the hope that they will write their part on the interior of the church and publish all.] ?wait until published or use typescript
  2. Letter: (with L Watts) ‘More on Slides’, Current Archaeology 239 (2010), 5. N
2012
  1. The Saxon and Medieval Palaces at Cheddar Excavations 1960-62 (British Archaeological Reports 65 (2012), 411pp) [with new preface, 1p]. N
  2. ‘Wharram Percy, JG Hurst and Me’, invited speech for launch of final Wharram Percy synthesis volume (dictated Jan 2011) (2pp). N
Still to be finished
  1. (with L Watts) Kirkdale final report and synthesis.
  2. (with L Watts and A Jones) The Quaker Burial Ground at Helmsley.
  3. (with L Watts and C Hawkes) A Well at Glastonbury Abbey.

Public Lectures (incomplete), notes, letters etc, non-archaeological publications; reviews of & other notes on PAR; newspaper articles

Reviews collected post-PAR; otherwise this reflects what P thought worth keeping. Where slide lists are mentioned, these are probably no longer useful, as York University did not preserve slide collections after 2011; exceptions to this apply to slides which are at Harome, viz some Deehurst and Glastonbury, Kirkdale. Wharram Percy material was completely digitised by York archaeology department, other slides like those of Cheddar only very selectively.

?1944
  1. Lecture: The Tardenoisian and Azilian Mesolithic (for RAF instructors-course to prepare members for civilian life when war ended [no copy].
1951
  1. John Donne (Dissertation, Redlands Teacher Training College (Bristol), 22pp.) [22]
1952
  1. Lecture, note of: Pagans’ Hill, Chew Stoke: a Roman Temple (Proceedings of the Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society 107 (for 1952), 6.
1953
  1. Helps (with MH Rahtz) on excavation of Marshfield Barrows (1947-49) and supplies text to final report by GL Gettins, H Taylor and LV Grinsell.................., Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society 72 (?for 1953), 23. check
  2. Also this vol to check: p45 assists G Boon at Bitton (Glos)
  3. And gives lecture on Pagans Hill at Bristol and Glos Arch Soc 23.5.53, 167.
1953 or later
  1. Lecture: Pagans Hill Through 2500 Years (6pp). [8]
1954 or later
  1. Lecture: Chew Valley Lake (12pp). N
1955
  1. Lecture: Chew Valley Lake - Prehistoric Lecture (Prehistoric Society, Bristol, Sept 1955, 8pp + 13pp of notes). N
?1957
  1. Lecture: The Early History and Prehistory of Downton (8pp). [8]
?late 1950s
  1. Ken Barton says: ‘It was he [PAR] who rescued the Ham Green pottery fragments which had been dumped on the site in a dozen rotting cardboard boxes. He brought them to me at Bristol Musuem and asked if I would like to publish them’. (hht://antiquity.ac.uk/tributes/rahtz.html, 2011).
?early 1960s
  1. Lecture: Chew Valley Lake (12pp). N
1961
  1. [CA Ralegh Radford letter to JG Hurst re Cheddar, 25.1.61 (1p); JGH letter to PAR about Radford’s letter, 3.2.61 (1p); draft of PAR statement about all of this (2pp) [23]]
1962
  1. Unpublished: (with R Cramp) Text for Network 3 Transmission of ‘A Palace at Cheddar’, The Archaeologist, produced by John Irving (April 2, 1962, 6.40-7.10pm, 13pp). [8]
  2. [cf published version in The Listener - see publications] [7]
  3. Honorary Excavations Adviser to Bristol Archaeological Research Group [= BARG] (seeBristol Archaeological Research Group Bulletin, 1.1 (1962)-. (Post ceased to exist sometime during 1966-67 - don’t have all BARGBs for this period)
?Early 1960s
  1. Lecture: Chew Valley Lake (12pp). N
1961-62
  1. Cheddar letters (CA Ralegh Radford, JG Hurst, PA Rahtz (7pp)). [23]
?1962
  1. [re Cheddar] ‘Priority for new School or Saxon Palace’, The Western Mercury & Somersetshire Herald, Jan 26, ?1962 (1p). [8]
1963
  1. Appointed as Assistant Lecturer, Dept of History, University of Birmingham.
  2. Ad for: ‘Excavations by P Rahtz and R Lampert around St Peter’s Church and Mary-le-Port Street, Bristol’, Bulletin of the Bristol Archaeological Research Group 1.3 (1963), 69. N
  3. B.A.R.G. Weekend Study-group on Pottery from St Mary-le-Port directed by PAR, Bristol Archaeological Research Group Buletin 1.4 (1963), 54. N
  4. PAR find of Ham Green pottery at Cheddar are cited by K Barton in his Ham Green pottery report, Trans B & G Arch Soc 82 (1963), 120. check & copy
  5. [A Taylor letters on Rescue Excavations (6pp). [22]]
1964
  1. [privately circulated] Notes on Archaeological Contacts in Holland, N.W. Germany, Denmark, Sweden in June 1964 (sent to ?L Butler, P Barker, K Barton, J Musty, H Clarke) (7pp). [8]
  2. Lecture, note of: ‘Recent Excavations of Sub-Roman and Saxon Sites in Somerset’, Proceedings of the Spelaeological Society of the University of Bristol 10.2 (1963-4), -.
  3. Review of: LV Grinsell ed, A Survey and Policy Concerning the Archaeology of the Bristol Region Part One , Archaeological News Letter 7.10 (1964), 238. N
  4. Review of : P Rahtz, L Grinsell and A Warhurst, The Preparation of Archaeological Reports (1963), Archaeological News Letter 7.10 (1964), 239. N
  5. [Letter from JG Hurst, 8.1.64,trying to get information re seeking to get free-lance Ministry archaeologists fees for writing-up.] ?has this dropped out [22]
1965
  1. The Saxon and Medieval Palaces at Cheddar (MA, University of Bristol, 1965). [9]
  2. Elected an Antiquary, Antiquaries Journal 45 part II (1965), 325. [at same election as TCM Brewster, KS Painter, RM Butler].
  3. Lecture: ‘Upton (Glos.) Deserted Medieval Village’, to Wells Natural History & Archaeological Society, 30.10.65. ?
  4. Lectures listed in contents: ‘Excavations at the Site of the Roman Villa, Cheddar; ‘Excavations at Glastonbury Tor’, B.A.R.G Syposium 1 (1965), Bristol Archaeological Research Group Bulletin 1.3 (1968), 11.
  5. Travels: Norway Tour, ?1965 (8pp). [8]
  6. Review of: LV Grinsell, P Rahtz & A Warhurst, The Preparation of Archaeological Reports, by M Gelling, Transactions and Proceedings of the Birmingham Archaeological Society 82 (for 1965), 99-100. N
  7. [PJ Fowler appointed as staff-tutor in archaeology & prehistory at Bristol University, Bristol Archaeological Research Group Bulletin 2.2 (1965), 20.]
1966
  1. Lecture: Protohistoric Wales (conference on Dark Age Wales and the Borders, to The Cambrian Easter Conference, at Radbrook Hall, Shrewsbury, at suggestion of L Butler (12pp). [8]
  2. Review of: L Grinsell, P Rahtz & A Warhurst, The Preparation of Archaeological Reports (1966), by PJ Fowler, Bristol Archaeological Research Group Bulletin 2.6 (1966), 80-82. N
  3. Review of: L Grinsell, P Rahtz & A Warhurst, The Preparation of Archaeological Reports (1966), Proceedings of the Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society 110 (1965-66), 117-118. N
1967
  1. Lecture: Archaeology in Ghana 1966-67 (Centre for West African Studies, Birmingham) (11pp). N
  2. Elected to the Council of the Antiquaries, Antiquaries Journal 47 part II (1967), 341.
1968
  1. Review of: L Grinsell, P Rahtz & A Warhurst, The Preparation of Archaeological Reports (1966), by B Hope-Taylor, Antiquity 42.165 (1968), 59-60. N
  2. Review of: L Grinsell, P Rahtz & A Warhurst, The Preparation of Archaeological Reports (1966), by J Corcoran, Archaeological Journal 125 (for 1968), 382. N
  3. Review of: G Ashe ed, The Quest for Arthur’s Britain (1968), Proceedings of the Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society 90 (for 1968), 315-316. N
  4. Review of: G Ashe ed, The Quest for Arthur’s Britain (1968), by IJJ[effries]Proceedings of Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society 112 (for 1968), 110-111. N
  5. Has bound, privately circulated, ‘Tamworth, Staffordshire, 1968. Interim Note’ by C Young [important for later work]. ] [23]
  6. PJ Fowler, ‘Congresbury, Cadbury Camp’, Council for British Archaeology Groups XII and XIII Archaeological Review 3 (1968), 294-296. [N]]
1969
  1. Opininion of PAR on the dating of Ham Green pottery in Bristol Archaeological Research Group, Survey and Policy 1 (1956) is cited by K Barton, Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society 88 (1969), 211. check and copy
  2. Review of: MW Barley and RPC Hanson eds, Christianity in Britain 300-700 (1968), by
  3. JP Wild, Archaeological Journal 126 (for 1969), 294-296. N
  4. Review of: G Ashe ed, The Quest for Arthur’s Britain (1968), by MJ Swanton, Archaeological Journal 126 (for 1969), 296-297. N
  5. Review of: G Ashe ed, The Quest for Arthur’s Britain (1968), Proceedings of Dorset Natural History and Archaeology Society 90 (1969), 315-316. N
  6. Review of: P Rahtz and others, Medieval Sites in the Mendip, Cotswolds, Wye Valley and Bristol Region (1969), by F Neale, Bristol Archaeological Research Group Bulletin 3.4 (1969), 92-93. N
  7. Review of: P Rahtz and others, Medieval Sites in the Mendip, Cotswold, Wye Valley and Bristol Region (1969), Proceedings of the Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society 113 (1969), 109-110. N
?Late1960s
  1. Much of text of origin Rescue book [mainly re Ministry excavations]; and letters re , including JGH (88pp). [22]
1970
  1. PAR acknowledged for help in survey of Perachora, R Tomlinson, ‘Ancient Remains on Mount Mavarouni, South Boetia’, The Annual of the British School of Archaeology at Athens 65 (1970), 243 - 263 (at p243). N
  2. Review of: P Rahtz, Excavations at King John’s Hunting Lodge, Writtle, Essex, 1955-57’
  3. (1969), by L Butler, Journal of the British Archaeological Association Third Series 33 (for 1970), 157-158. N
  4. Review of: P Rahtz, Excavations at King John’s Hunting Lodge, Writtle, Essex, 1955-57 (1969), by J Le Patourel, Medieval Archaeology 14 (1970), 226-228. N
  5. Review of: PJ Fowler, KS Gardner, PA Rahtz, Cadbury Congresbury, Somerset, 1968 (1970), by C Thomas Bristol Archaeological Research Group Bulletin 3.9 (1970), 252-253. N
  6. Review of: PJ Fowler, KS Gardner and PA Rahtz, Cadbury Congresbury, Somerset, 1968, An Introductory Report (1970), by NL [?N Langmaid], Proceedings of the Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society 114 (1970), 119. N
  7. Review of: Field Guides to the Bristol Region, Current Archaeology 21 (1970), 279. N
  8. Letter : PJ Fowler on behalf also of KS Gardner and PA Rahtz, Cadbury Excavation Committee, Current Archaeology 22 (1970), 317. N
1971
  1. Review of: PA Rahtz, Excavations at King John’s Hunting Lodge, Writtle, Essex, 1955-57 (1969), by L Keen, Antiquaries Journal 51 part I (1971), 120. N
  2. Review of: PA Rahtz, Excavations at King John’s Hunting Lodge, Writtle, Essex, 1955-57 (1969), by RHC Davis, English Historical Review 86 (1971), 830. still to get
1972
  1. Acknowledged in J Marasovic, T Marosovic, S McNally & J Wilkes, Diocletian’s Palace. Report on Joint Excavations in Southeast Quarter (Split, 1972), 9. ?
  2. Review of: PJ Fowler ed, Archaeology and the Landscape. Essays for LV Grinsell (1972), by A Dornier, Archaeological Journal 129 (for 1972), 221-223. N
1972 or later
  1. Lecture: Survey and Policy, Somerset in A.D.400-700 (Somerset Archaeological Society (4pp)). [8]
1973
  1. Reference to Cad Cong receiving help from the Maltwood Fund for Archaeological Work in Somerset, Archaeology in Britain 1972-73 (Council for British Archaeology, 1973), 13. [8]
  2. [I Burrow, ‘Iron Age Pottery Symposium - 27th January, 1973’, Bristol Archaeological Research Group Bulletin 4.7 (1973), 195-196 [refers to PAR methodology]. ] N
  3. [D Dawson and R Jackson, ‘The Archaeology of Churches’, Bristol Archaeological Research Group Bulletin 4.8 (1973), 229 [includes ref to Mary-Le-Port and its influence on ‘problem of Bristol’s origin and development’].
1974
  1. Reference to Cad Cong receiving help from the Maltwood Fund for Archaeological Research in Somerset, Archaeology in Britian 1973-74 (Council for British Archaeology, 1974), 15.
pre-1975
  1. Lecture: re interpretation of Dark Age Sites in Somerset (Oxford)(9pp). N
1975
  1. Review of: P Rahtz ed, Rescue Archaeology (1974), by D Parsons, Archaeological Journal 132 (for 1975), 370-371. N
  2. Review of: P Rahtz ed, Rescue Archaeology (1974), by P Culver, Bristol Archaeological Research Group Bulletin 5.4 (1975), 108-109. N
  3. Review of: P Rahtz ed, Rescue Archaeology (1974), Current Archaeology 48 (1975),
  4. 23-24. N
  5. Review of: P Rahtz ed, Rescue Archaeology (1974), by AP Baggs, Post-Medieval Archaeology 9 (1975), 266. N
  6. Review of: P Rahtz ed, Rescue Archaeology (1974), by M Aston, Proceedings Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society 119 (1975), 78-79. N
  7. Review of: Then Came the Bulldozer, P Rahtz ed, Rescue Archaeology (1974), by
  8. J Coles, Times Literary Supplement Feb 21 (1975)(1p). N
  9. Review of: Rescue Work [re P Rahtz ed, Rescue Archaeology (1974) ], by A Selkirk [source unknown - ?newspaper]. N
  10. Review of: Rescue Archaeology ed P Rahtz (1974), by J Stevens Curl, p165 [source unknown - ?newspaper]. N
  11. Review of: L Grinsell, P Rahtz, D Price-Williams, The Preparation of Archaeological Reports (1974), Archaeological Journal 132 (for 1975), 371. N
  12. Review of: L Grinsell, P Rahtz, D Price-Williams, The Preparation of Archaeological Reports (1974) by PJ Fowler, Bristol Archaeological Research Bulletin 5.4 (1975), 107-108. N
  13. Review of: P Rahtz and S Hirst, Beckery Chapel, Glastonbury,1967-8 (1974) by L Butler, Archaeological Journal 132 (for 1975), 376-377. N
  14. Review of: V Evison, H Hodges and J Hurst eds, Medieval Pottery From Excavations: Studies Presented to Gerald Clough Dunning (1974) by S Moorhouse, Archaeological Journal 132 (for 1975), 362-365. N
  15. Review of: V Evison, H Hodges, J Hurst eds, Medieval Pottery from Excavations : Studies Presented to Gerald Clough Dunning (1974), Current Archaeology 52 (1975), 150. N
  16. Review of: V Evison, H Hodges and J Hurst eds, Medieval Pottery From Excavations: Studies Presented to Gerald Clough Dunning (1974), by J Cherry, Medieval Archaeology 19 (1975), 275-276. N
  17. [Letter, JRC Hamilton to PAR re the still unpublished Cheddar (2pp). [23]
  18. [Wharram Percy - not PAR, but impt - WP, N & W Perimeters, ‘Medieval Britain in 1975’, Medieval Archaeology 20 (1976), 173-174 [re N Manor area]. ] N
?1975
  1. Toast, Oxford University Archaeological Society [re Glastonbury](5pp). [8]
?Mid 1970s
  1. Lecture: Archaeology in History Departments (8pp). [22]
  2. Lecture: Medieval Archaeology in the School of History (part of) (Birmingham History Students Association) (3pp). [22]
1976
  1. Lecture [listed, not text]: (with L Butler and HM Taylor) ‘Deerhurst 1975’, 29th January 1976, Antiquaries Journal 56 part II (1976), 349. [Text separate, still to type]. /
  2. Seminar: Priorities in British Archaeology in the Late 1970s (Midlands Seminar, Dec 1976; repeated London, Nov 1978 (11pp)). [8]
  3. Promoted to readership, Weekly Bulletin University of Birmingham 264 (23 Feb 1976),
  4. 1. [8]
  5. Travel: study tour of Crete, re horizontal watermills; also Greek and Roman sites.
  6. Review of: L Grinsell, P Rahtz and D Price Williams, The Preparation of Archaeological Reports (1974), by GJ Wainwright, Antiquaries Journal 56 part 1 (1976), 80-81. N
  7. Review of: P Rahtz ed, Rescue Archaeology 1974), by P Ashbee, Antiquaries Journal 56 part I (1976), 81-82. N
  8. Review of: DM Wilson ed, The Archaeology of Anglo-Saxon England (1976), Current Archaeology 55 (1976), 247-248. N
  9. Review of: P Rahtz, St Mary’s Church, Deerhurst, 1971-73 (1976), Current Archaeology 56 (1976), 277-278. N
  10. Review of: P Rahtz and S Hirst,Bordesley Abbey (1976), by A Aberg, Archaeological Journal 133 (for 1976), 300-301. N
  11. [also review of How To Record Graveyards, ibid 278]
  12. [Cited in footnote re the Bath stone industry in AWG Lowther, ‘Romano-British Chimney Pots and Finials’, Antiquaries Journal 56 part I (1976), 40, footnote 2.]
  13. [Inspired by PAR and especially by work at Deerhurst: J Jones, How To Record Graveyards. Council for British Archaeology and Rescue (1976), 39pp.]
  14. [Student of, excavation inspired by and helped by PAR : I Burrow, ‘Brean Down Hillfort, Somerset, 1974’, Proceedings of the University of Bristol Spelaeological Society 14.2 (1976), 141-154.]
  15. [1976 WP note important - not PAR - ‘Medieval Britain in 1975’, Medieval Archaeology 20 (1976), 173-4] N
?1976
  1. Lectures, ?teaching: - Deerhurst, including Glastonbury and Cheddar (13pp) N
  2. - Deerhurst, Methodological (19pp) N
  3. - Deerhurst, Early Stages (11pp) N
  4. - Deerhurst and Bordesley Compared (6pp) N
  5. - Late Post-Roman (pages?) ?
1977
  1. Lecture: General Pitt-Rivers as an Excavator (Dorchester) (23pp). [poor copy] [8]
  2. Review of: D Wilson ed, The Archaeology of Anglo-Saxon England (1976), by S Rigold, Journal of the British Archaeological Association 130 (1977), 162-164. N
  3. Review of: D Wilson ed, The Archaeology of Anglo-Saxon England (1976), by C Hills, Medieval Archaeology 21 (1977), 263-266. N
  4. Review of: P Addyman and R Morris (eds), The Archaeological Study of Churches (1976),
  5. by D Parsons, Journal of the British Archaeological Association 130 (1977), 170-171 N
  6. Review of: P Rahtz, Excavations at St Mary’s Church, Deerhurst, 1971-73 (1976), by
  7. N Parsons, Journal of the British Archaeological Association 130 (1977), 164. N
  8. Review of: P Rahtz, Excavations at St Mary’s Church, Deerhurst, 1971-73 (1976), by
  9. R Gem, Medieval Archaeology 21 (1977), 268-269. N
  10. [Cited in A McWhirr re Hamilton villa, FHT [?], ‘Romano-British Chimney-Pots and Finials’, Antiquaries Journal 57 part II (1977), 314.]
  11. [Not by PAR, but about in al him: The Bordesley Abbey Blues [?authors](5pp).] [23]
  12. [pre-1978
  13. Grave memorial recording card, with inscription for PAR, by AAM Bryer, Birmingham. [8]]
1978
  1. Professor of Archaeology at new department, founded by PAR, at the University of York.
  2. Letter: to T Dickinson re setting up department at York (5pp). [ this was the one that PAR thought worth having a copy of] [22]
  3. Lecture: re archaeological theory (Amsterdam, (12pp)). [8]
  4. ‘Professor Philip Rahtz’ [re York], Current Archaeology 61 (1978), 36. N
  5. Review of: P Rahtz and E Greenfield, Excavations at Chew Valley Lake, Somerset (1977), by PJ Fowler, Archaeological Journal 135 (1978), 376-377. N
  6. Review of: P Rahtz and E Greenfield, Excavations at Chew Valley Lake, Somerset’(1977), by M Aston, Proceedings Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society 122 (1978), 179. N
  7. Review of: A Dornier ed, Mercian Studies (1977), by HR Loyn, Medieval Archaeology 22 (1978), 196-197. N
  8. Review of: P Rahtz and S Hirst, Beckery Chapel, Glastonbury, 1967-8’ (1974), by
  9. CA Ralegh Radford, Medieval Archaeology 22 (1978), 200-201. N
1978 or later
  1. Slide lists for undergraduate courses (Rural Settlement and Economy, ?1st year):
  2. - Roman Rural Settlement and Economy
  3. - Wales and the West
  4. - Dark Age Somerset
  5. Other slide lists, date and purpose uncertain:
  6. - End of Roman Britain
  7. - West Britain
  8. - System Collapse and Regeneration in Somerset AD400-700 [cf O’Donnell)
1978-2011
  1. Member of Board of York Archaeological Trust.
  2. 1979-?1985 Joint director with JG Hurst of Wharram PercyExcavations; MW Beresford, organiser.
1979
  1. [privately circulated] Wharram Percy Memorandum on York University Involvement. N
  2. Lecture: Deaths Heads, Cherubs and Urns (Friends of York Archaeological Trust, 15.5.79). N
  3. Seminar: The Department of Archaeology at York (Birmingham Seminar on Vocational Training in Archaeology, May 1979 (6pp)). [8, 22]
  4. Seminar: The Prehistory of Archaeology and the Ethnography of Death (Birmingham,
  5. 1979) (6pp). N
  6. Assessement: JF Shepherd, Anglo-Saxon Barrows of the Late Sixth and Seventh Centuries AD (Ph D Dissertation, University of Cambridge) (6pp +5pp of detailed comments. [22]
  7. Travels: French trip, April 1979 (34pp). [8]
  8. Member of Committee for Rescue Archaeology (Ancient Monuments Board for England 26th Annual Report 1979, 24).
  9. Member of Council of Yorkshire Archaeological Society, 1979-1983.
  10. Review of: P Rahtz and E Greenfield, Excavations at Chew Valley (1979 for 1977),
  11. Current Archaeology 68 (1979), 278-279. N
  12. Review of: P Rahtz, The Saxon and Medieval Palaces at Cheddar: Excavations 1960-62 (1979), by I Burrow, Proceedings of Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society 123 (1979), 140-142. N
  13. Review of: P Addyman and R Morris eds, The Archaeological Study of Churches (1976) and P Rahtz, Excavations at St Mary’s Church, Deerhurst, 1971-73’, by
  14. CA Ralegh Radford, Antiquaries Journal 59 part 1 (1979), 164-165. N
1980
  1. York inaugural lecture: The New Medieval Archaeology (or ‘King Arthur and his Random Number Table’), 12.11.80 (34pp) [7]
  2. (and notice about it; also draft (55pp)). [7]
  3. Lecture: Chew Valley Lake (including introduction to 6 Open Course Lectures, University of York - BA, CC, WP, DH, Science in Archaeology). ?
  4. Lecture: Bordesley Abbey (Open Course Lecture, University of York)(13pp). [23]
  5. Lecture: Cadbury-Congresbury (Open Course Lecture, University of York)(6pp). N
  6. Lecture: Wharram Percy (Open Course Lecture, University of York). N
  7. Lecture: Deerhurst (Open Course Lecture, University of York) (part). N
  8. Lecture: Science and Archaeology still to type
  9. Lecture: Courses in Archaeology for Graduates (3pp). [8]
  10. Lecture: The Archaeologist and the Archaeoscientist [to type] /
  11. Lecture: The End of Roman Britain (Institute of Archaeology) (18pp). N
  12. Lecture: Urban Friaries (archaeology on the defensive) (York Archaeological Trust Conference). [8, 22]
  13. [privately circulated] Wharram Percy, The North Manor (Site 60) A Preliminary Model (including Excavation Strategy and Predictive Models, Excavation and Recording), 8pp. [N]
  14. [unpublished] Wharram Percy, Site 60, July 21, 1980. Ideas About the Excavation Up To Date. [N]
  15. Letter: to Mike Batt re ideas on early medieval pottery, Oct 1980 (1p). [22]
  16. Letters with Barrie Dobson and Edward James re history ancillary course. N
  17. Review of: P Rahtz, The Saxon and Medieval Palaces at Cheddar (1979), Old English Studies 14.1 (1980), 72. N
  18. Review of: P Addyman and C Morris eds, The Archaeological Study of Churches (1976), by GP Fehring, Medieval Archaeology 24 (1980), 281-284. N
  19. [M Baillie refers to dendro dating of Tamworth mill (p63), ‘Horizontal Mills’, Current Archaeology 73 (1980), 62-63.]
  20. R Bruce-Mitford visited Deerhurst Excavation during in his attempt to persuade PAR to be new excavator of Sutton Hoo, with himself advising (1980 BAR was part of discussion process).
  21. [Wharram Percy, general: A Pagent, written and produced by G Milne and W Burton, 25.7.80 (9pp). [important re integration of York within Wharram] N
Early 1980s
  1. Reading seminar - re archaeological and historical frameworks in the post-Roman period, Reading (10pp). [22]
1981
  1. Presentation Address on the Conferment of the Honorary Degree of the Doctor of the University [of York] upon Mr Magnus Magnusson on 10 July 1981 (Printing Unit, University of York, 1981 (2pp). [7]
  2. Lecture: Systems Collapse and Regeneration in Somerset AD400-700. [lecture version of The Dark Ages 400-700AD...1982 [+ typed handout; sl list wh is different from O’Donnell Lecture and Dillington House version] [8]
  3. Lecture: Dina Portway Dobson-Hinton pages [8]
  4. (published version in M Aston and I Burrow eds 1982).
  5. Lecture slide list: Cad Cong (History Ancillary, ?1981). N
  6. Review of: P Rahtz, The Saxon and Medieval Palaces at Cheddar. Excavations 1960-2 (1979), by DA Hinton, Medieval Archaeology 25 (1981), 232-233. N
  7. [not by PAR] ‘The New Medieval Archaeology’, Current Archaeology 80 (1981), 262. N
  8. [not by PAR] ‘Wharram Percy’ [including York there], Current Archaeology 80 (1981), 281-283. N
  9. [not by PAR] ‘Clues in Cemetery’, ‘Cemetery tells Him Much’, by L Hansen [Mt Hope Cemetery, Rochester] (including photograph), Times-Union New York, Sept 23, 1981 (newspaper). [8]
  10. Cistercian Vespers performed at Bordesley Abbey (poster for). [23]
pre-1982
  1. Slide lists: Cad Cong x 2. N
1982
  1. Lecture: Cad Cong (1982 version) (+ slides). N
  2. Lecture: Wharram Percy Research Strategies (6pp). N
  3. (published version in D Hooke ed, Medieval Villages.... (1985).
  4. Lecture: Wharram Percy Memorial Stones - An Anthropological View (to type)
  5. (published version in D Hooke ed, Medieval Villages... ,1985).
  6. [unpublished] Wharram Percy, Site 60, PAR Commentary, Late May 1982 (7pp). N
  7. [unpublished] Wharram Percy, Site 60, PAR Notes, 17 July 1982 (16pp). N
  8. Slide list: Cad Cong (1982 version). N
  9. Slide list: Glastonbury 1982. N
1983
  1. [unpublished] Wharram Percy, Area 60, PAR Notes 1982-3 (5pp). N
  2. [unpublished] Wharram Percy, Area 60, PAR Taped Notes, July 1983 (24pp). N
  3. Lecture: Wharram Percy - North Manor (Durham, 1983). to type N
  4. Slide list for Which Dig? (Bordesley). N
  5. Wharram Percy slide lists: - general x 2
  6. - Roman Wharram
  7. - churchyard stones
  8. Review of: S Hirst, D Walsh, S Wright, Bordesley Abbey II (1983), by R Morris, Archaeological Journal 140 (for 1983), 378-379. N
  9. Review of: M Aston & I Burrow eds, The Archaeology of Somerset [1982], Current Archaeology 88 (1983), 148. N
  10. Review of: M Aston and I Burrow eds, The Archaeology of Somerset (1982), by
  11. CA Ralegh Radford, Proceedings Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society 127 (1983), 141-142. N
  12. Review of: P Rahtz, T Dickinson and L Watts eds, Anglo-Saxon Cemeteries 1979 (1980), by A Dierkens, L’Antiquite Classique T.LII (1983), 613-615. N
1984
  1. Contributed to: J Hurst, ‘The Wharram Research Project: Results to 1983’, Medieval Archaeology 28 (1984), 77-111. (Refs to PAR pp82, 95, 107, 110; PAR drawing p95)
  2. P Rahtz ed, The Archaeology and Landscape History of the Vale of York. Preliminary Summaries of Papers To Be Delivered At A Conference At The University of York, Feb 25-26, 1984. [this is a preliminary to later work by the Dept of Archaeology and by York Archaeological Trust eg by M Whyman]. [29]
  3. [unpublished] Wharram Percy 1984 North Manor Site 60 [instructions to students before excavation]. N
  4. [unpublished] Wharram Percy Site 60 1984 North Manor Site 60 PAR Notes made Half-way Through Excavation Season Concerning Grid 610 (5pp). N
  5. [unpublished] Wharram Percy Site 60 1984 Commentary by PAR, Towards End of Excavation (4pp). N
  6. [for public enquiry, not published] South Shields - Proposed Reconstruction of Roman Fort (West Gate), Sections of West Walls, Bridge and Ditches (4pp). [22]
  7. Lecture: Cad Cong (1984 version) (+ slide list).
  8. Review of: P Rahtz and L Watts, Wharram Percy: The Memorial Stones of the Churchyard (1983), by L Butler, Bulletin of the Council for British Archaeology Churches Committee 21 (1984), 18. ?N
  9. [also review of How To Record A Churchyard, ibid)
  10. Review of: DA Hinton ed, 25 Years of Medieval Archaeology (1983), by
  11. SE van der Leeuw, Archaeological Journal 141 (for 1984), 349-350. N
  12. Review of: P Rahtz & S Hirst, Bordesley Abbey, Redditch, Hereford-Worcestershire: ...1969-1973 (1976) & S Hirst, D Walsh and S Wright, Bordesley Abbey II (1983) by
  13. JP Green, Medieval Archaeology 28 (1984), 275-277. N
  14. Travels: Turkey, Sept 1984 (33pp). [22]
?pre-1985
  1. Lecture: Wharram Percy: Ritual (first 2 pages are missing). /
  2. Lecture: Wharram Percy North Manor, 1985. (still to type) /
1985
  1. Material cut from Invitation to Archaeology (1985) (including I Burrow’s ‘Sward at Somerset, or the last of the summer wine’; and his cartoon, ‘Oh Nodes, it’s that?ship with the horrible Cyprus sherry again’) (34pp). [22]
  2. North Somerset Field Course, June 2-7,1985 (Dept of Archaeology, University of York (1985), 25pp). [21]
  3. Letter: to Tim Tatton-Brown re state of contemporary British archaeology (2pp). [22]
  4. Lecture: Wharram Percy North Manor. (to type) N
  5. Review of: P Rahtz, Invitation to Archaeology (1985), by K Hickman, British Book News (Aug 1985). N
  6. Review of: P Rahtz, Invitation to Archaeology (1985), Council for British Archaeology Newsletter (June 1985), 35-36. N
  7. Review of: ‘P Rahtz, Invitation to Archaeology (1985), by R Wallwork, Coventry and District Archaeological Society Bulletin, ?1985.N
  8. Review of: P Rahtz, Invitation to Archaeology (1985), by L & R Adkins, ?Institute of Archaeology - ??Newsletter. N
  9. Review of: P Rahtz, Invitation to Archaeology (1985), Oxbow Books News (1985), 3. N
  10. Review of: PV Addyman and VE Black eds, Archaeological Papers from York Presented to MW Barley (1984), by D Keene, Medieval Archaeology 29 (1985), 245-247. N
  11. [P Rimmer’s contribution to Glastonbury Seminar, Jan 1985 (3pp) N]
?pre-1986
  1. Jim Lethwaite re TAG Pedagoly (re archaeological teaching). [29]
1986
  1. Lecture: Wharram Percy (Friends of York Archaeological Trust, 1986). (notes for still to type)N
  2. Lectures: At 133rd Annual Meeting, Avon, of Cambrian Archaeological Association 16 Aug - 23 Aug 1986, Lectures for site tours of Glastonbury Tor, Maes Knoll and Wansdyke; Public Lecture, Dark Age Somerset Illumuniated. N
  3. Also reported in Archaeologia Cambrensis 136 (1987), 189-191. N
  4. ‘Digging for Funds’ (re Mary-le-Port), Gloucestershire and Avon Life (June 1986), 33. N
  5. re PAR: ‘The New President’, British Archaeological News 1.8 (1986), 68. [29]
  6. Review of: P Rahtz, Invitation to Archaeology’ (1985) by K Greene, Archaeological Journal 143 (for 1986), 405-406. N
  7. Review of: P Rahtz, Invitation to Archaeology (1985), Current Archaeology 99 (1986),
  8. 114-115. N
  9. Review of: P Rahtz, Invitation to Archaeology (1985), by TG Hassall, Journal British Archaeological Association 139 (1986), 178. N
  10. Review of: P Rahtz, Invitation to Archaeology (1985), Yorkshire Archaeological Journal 58 (1986), 213. N
  11. Review of: P Rahtz, Invitation to Archaeology (1985), ?LACT 38 Newsletter (Jan 1986),
  12. 13. check N
  13. Review of: P Rahtz, Invitation to Archaeology (1985), by R Lampert, Australian Journal
  14. Archaeology vol yr, 142-143. full ref needed N
  15. Review of: P Rahtz, Invitation to Archaeology (1985), ?Rescue, CBA. ?where is it
  16. Review of: P Rahtz and L Watts, Mary-Le-Port, Bristol. Excavations 1962-3, by R Hall, Post-Medieval Archaeology 20 (1986), 375. N
1986-2013
  1. Correspondence between heads of Department of Archaeology, University of York, and PAR, PAR+LW and LW re PAR slides left in department.
Post 1986
  1. Involvement in local archaeology, eg Helmsley Archaeological Society, of which PAR chairman, and editor of The Ryedale Historian, in late 1980s - 1990s.
1986-7
  1. World Archaeological Congress - letters from P Ucko, L Alcock, PAR. N
1987
  1. Lecture: Sutton Hoo (Sept 1987, ?Helmsley Archaeological Society (pages)). (slide list still to type) N
  2. Lecture: Mary-le-Port (Bristol Museum). (still to type) N
  3. Lecture: 40 Years of Field Archaeology - A View from The Old School (Institute of Field Archaeologists, 1987 (26pp)). N
  4. Letter: re M Johnson and fellowship application (3pp). [29]
  5. J Musty re PAR and multiple Chew specialists (75), in ‘Science Diary’, Current Archaeology 104 (1987), 278-279. N
  6. Review of: L Butler & R Morris eds, The Anglo-Saxon Church. Papers ... in Honour of
  7. Dr HM Taylor (1986) by R Hill, Medieval Archaeology 31 (1987), 192-193. N
  8. Review of: L Watts and P Rahtz, Mary-le-Port, Bristol. Excavations 1962-1963 (1985) by W Rodwell, Antiquaries Journal, 67 part I (1987), 189-191. N
  9. Review of: L Watts and P Rahtz, Mary-le-Port, Bristol. Excavations 1962-1963 (1985), by
  10. A Kidd, Bristol and Avon Archaeology 6 (1987), 72-73. N
  11. Review of: P Rahtz and L Watts, Mary-Le-Port, Bristol. Excavations 1962-3, by
  12. C Heighway, History and Archaeology Review (spring 1987), 89-90. N
  13. Review of: P Rahtz and L Watts, Mary-Le-Port, Bristol. Excavations 1962-3, by C Heighway, Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society 105
  14. (for 1987), 258-260. N
  15. [Review of: S Hirst, An Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Sewerby, East Yorkshire (1985), by
  16. A Boddington, Archaeological Journal 144 (for 1987), 472-474. N]
  17. [Review of: S Hirst, An Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Sewerby, East Yorkshire (1985), by
  18. M Welch, Medieval Archaeology 31 (1987), 193-195. N]
  19. Travels: Israel, Jan 1987 (15pp). [22]
1987 or later
  1. Signature to Friends of the Earth ad anti-nuclear bombs. N
1988
  1. Review of: L Butler and R Morris eds, The Anglo-Saxon Church (1986), by R Daniels, Archaeological Journal 145 (for 1988), 438-439. N
  2. Review of: L Watts and P Rahtz, Mary-le-Port, Bristol. Excavations 1962-1963 (1985), by R Morris, Medieval Archaeology 32 (1988), 334-335. N
1989
  1. Address at The Ryedale Folk Museum on the Occasion of the 80th Birthday of Raymond Hayes. [29]
  2. Referees Report for Society of Antiquaries: T Potter and RD Andrews, Excavation and Survey at Heysham, Lancs 1997-8 (2pp). N
?Late 1980s
  1. Lecture: Wharram Percy (Elgee Memorial Lecture (6pp)). N
  2. Lecture: Wharram Percy: Continuity (outline). pages /
  3. Dover Committee.
  4. [unpublished] Conversation with Sheep (2pp). [8]
1990
  1. Lecture: Women in Archaeology (IFA, April 1990 (4pp)). N
  2. Cadhurst Excavation - A Re-occupied Anglo-Saxon Church [spoof text + drawing (1p)]. N
  3. Review of: P Rahtz, Little Ouseburn Barrow 1958 (1989), by I Kinnes, Archaeological Journal 147 (for 1990), 440. N
  4. Unpublished: J Bintliff (ed), Archaeology and the Annales School, Comments on Proposed Outline. (Published as The Annales School and Archaeology (Leicester University Press, 1991). [30]
?1990
  1. The Kirkdale Bucket (4pp). N
1991
  1. Lecture: Archaeology and Science Fiction, Institute of Field Aarchaeologists, 1991(8pp). [Is this the same as ?failed R Gilchrist ed, New Visions in Archaeology] N
  2. Lecture: Dark Age Somerset (9.3.91 (30pp)) [P’s lecture for his 70th birthday]. ?N
  3. Lecture: Somerset 300-700 Revisited - The View from Spain. Also poster for the day school in Bristol of which these lectures were part, to mark PAR’s 70th birthday, Somerset in the Age of King Arthur, 9.3.91. /
  4. Letter: to Bob Croft re Wembdon, Somerset [HB cf Cannington] (2pp). N
  5. Review of: L Abrams and J Carley eds, The Archaeology and History of Glastonbury Abbey: Essays in Honour of the Ninetieth Birthday of CA Ralegh Radford (1991), by
  6. H Woods, Proceedings Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society 135 (for 1991), 240-242. N
1992
  1. Lecture: Late Roman and Post-Roman Cemeteries in the West of Britain Revisited (Medieval Europe 1992 (13pp)). N
  2. Lecture: Cannington Cemetery (Helmsley). (still to type) /
  3. Lecture slide list: Glastonbury 1992. (still to type).
  4. Lecture slide list: Dark Age Somerset. N
  5. Seminar: How Determined Are You About The Past, Present and Future? (University of York, 9.3.92 (6pp)). N
  6. Festschrift response, Dept of Archaeology, University of York, Sept 1992 (M Carver ed, In Search of Cult (1993) ). [30]
  7. Review of: L Abrams and J Carley eds, The Archaeology and History of Glastonbury Abbey: Essays in Honour of the Ninetieth Birthday of CA Ralegh Radford (1991), by
  8. R Gem, Medieval Archaeology 36 (1992), 344-345. N
?1992
  1. Lecture: Dark Age Somerset (Bristol, blind group). pages /
1993
  1. Lectures: - Recognising Cult. Pagan and Christian
  2. - Death and Cemeteries (Bristol, blind group, Feb 1993). (still to type)
  3. Lecture: History and Archaeology: Confrontation or Collaboration? (Institute of Field Archaeologists, April, 1993) (12pp). N
  4. Lecture: Deerhurst (Helmsley, Sept 1993). (still to type)
  5. BAN interview with Philip Rahtz, British Archaeological News (May 1993), 6. N
  6. [department greatest achievement, even over Cheddar]
  7. Review of: P Rahtz and R Meeson, An Anglo-Saxon Watermill at Tamworth (1992), by
  8. JK Harrison, Archaeological Journal 150 (for 1993), 534-535. N
  9. Review of: P Rahtz & R Meeson, An Anglo-Saxon Watermill at Tamworth (1992), by
  10. R Holt, Medieval Archaeology 37 (1993), 321-322. N
  11. Review of: L Abrams and JP Carley eds, The Archaeology and History of Glastonbury Abbey: Essays in Honour of the Ninetieth Birthday of CA Ralegh Radford (1991), by
  12. HSA Fox, Early Medieval Europe 2.1 (1993), 75-76. N
1994
  1. [unpublished] (with L Watts) St Gregory’s Minster, Kirkdale. Archaeological Implications of Proposed Work on Tower at W End (10pp). N
  2. [unpublished] (with L Watts) St Gregory’s Church, Kirkdale - External Observations, 4.9.94 (3pp). N
  3. [unpublished] (with L Watts) Kirkdale, St Gregory’s Minster. Second Memorandum (Nov 1994) (2pp). N
  4. [unpublished] (with L Watts) Kirkdale Church Notes Nov 1994 [plan and orientation; double plinth on exterior wall of the north aisle; the east end of the north aisle; the west end of the north aisle; the chancel arch; the nave; the vestry; the exterior] (17pp). N
  5. [unpublished] Another Chapel at Kirkdale? (3pp). N
  6. Comments on: M Carver, Arguments in Stone (1993) (8pp). [30]
  7. Comments for CBA: On After the Antiquaries - The Archaeology of the North York Moors In Honour of Raymond Hayes and Don Spratt (Aug 1994, 5pp). N
  8. Lecture: Glastonbury (?Helmsley) (33pp). N
  9. Lecture: Lindisfarne (to students of Dept of English, University of York, during residential week on Lindisfarne). N
  10. Lecture: Chew Valley Lake (Bristol, Nov 1994). (still to type) N
  11. Review of: P Rahtz, Invitation to Archaeology (1985), by S Holdaway, Australian Archaeology 38 (1994), 65-66. ref from D Watts - still to get
  12. Review of: P Rahtz, English Heritage Book of Glastonbury (1993), Current Archaeology 137 (1994),188. N
Mid 1990s
  1. Visits to excavations at Tintagel.
1994-5
  1. [unpublished] Kirkdale - General Notes,11pp. N
  2. [unpublished] Kirkdale 1994-5 - Notes and Diary of Excavation (18pp). N
1995
  1. [unpublished] (with L Watts) Kirkdale Church. Memorandum for Jane Grenville To Provide Some Background To Work Proposed for 1995, for Students (3pp). N
  2. [unpublished] Kirkdale Church Interior 1995 (western porch, chancel arch, window above porch, Rickman 1848) (6pp)). N
  3. Lecture: Recent Archaeology at St Gregory’s (KD Church, 27.9.95 (13pp)). N
  4. Lecture: General Pitt-Rivers A Yorkshire Archaeologist (Helmsley , Sept 1995 (26pp)). ?N
  5. Lecture: Cadbury Castle - Post-Roman (Taunton, 11.95 (10pp)). N
  6. Assessment: Report by External Examiner, JLW Vinten Mattich, Friars and Society in Late Medieval East Anglia , PhD Dissertation, University of Cambridge, 1995 (5pp). [30]
  7. Review of: P Rahtz, English Heritage Book of Glastonbury (1993), by JP Carley, Antiquaries Journal Reviews Supplement 75 (1995), 70-71. N
  8. Review of: P Rahtz, English Heritage Book of Glastonbury (1993), by M Aston, Medieval Archaeology 39 (1995), 371-372. N
  9. Review of: P Rahtz, Little Ouseburn Barrow, 1958 (1989), by D Spratt, Yorkshire Archaeological Journal 67 (1995), 209. N
  10. Review of: M Carver ed, In Search of Cult. Archaeological Investigations in Honour of Philip Rahtz (1993) by JP Greene, Medieval Archaeology 39 (1995), 327-328. N
  11. Review of: M Gray (L Watts and P Rahtz ed), The Trinitarian Order in England: Excavations at Thelsford Priory (1993), by B Golding, Medieval Archaeology 39 (1995), 370-371. N
  12. ‘Professor now concentrates on research nearer home’, ?Darlington paper, 1995 (1p). N
  13. Photo of Kirkdale, Hodge Beck Excavation, Yorkshire Post, 14.3.95. N
  14. PAR president of Retrospect - Archaeology and Local History Notes and News from North Somerset and South Avon: from when to when? ask Elizabeth Hawkes
?1995
  1. Letter: Memories of CA Ralegh Radford, to Dai Morgan Evans, Antiquaries (4pp). N
1995 or 1996
  1. Referees report for English Heritage, P Barker, Wroxeter (19pp). [30]
  2. [unpublished] Kirkdale, St Gregory’s Minster - The Thickness of the North Aisle Exterior
  3. Wall (2pp). N
  4. [unpublished] Kirkdale - The Plan of the Church (3pp). N
1996
  1. Review of: P Rahtz et al, Cadbury Congresbury 1968-73 (1992), by A Lane, Medieval Archaeology 40 (1996), 331-333. N
  2. Review of: M Carver ed, In Search of Cult (1993), by C Platt, English Historical Review (April 1996), 416-417. N
  3. L Watts, ‘The Contribution of Philip Rahtz to the Study of Late Antiquity’, A Gonzalez Blanco, M Mayer Olive, AU Stylow, R Gonzalez Fernandez, ed El Balneario Romano y La Cueva Negra de Fortuna (Murcia). Homenaje al Prof. Ph. Rahtz (Antiguedad y Christianismo XIII (1996), Universidad de Murcia), 153-178. [30]
  4. (English original [31]
1997
  1. [unpublished] (with L Watts) Kirkdale, St Gregory’s Minster - The Anomalies (7pp). N
  2. Lecture: Early Glastonbury (Bristol Day School, April 1997 (16pp)). N
  3. Lecture: Kirkdale (Society of Antiquaries, 6.3.97) (5pp). N
  4. Lecture: Church, Mission and Patronage (Kirkdale) (Society for Church Archaeology, autumn 1997 (15pp) ). N
  5. Lecture: Introductory Remarks (Bristol Day School). still to type
1998
  1. [unpublished] (with L Watts) Kirkdale - Inside The Tower (2pp). N
  2. Lecture: Archaeology at Kirkdale (Helmsley Arts Centre, Jan 1998) (27pp). N
  3. Lecture: Kirkdale (British Archaeological Association, Oct 1998) (45pp). N
  4. Three Seekers After Truth (2pp) [Matthew and frog spawn].
  5. R Cramp, T Tatton-Brown, R Gem and D Parsons, ‘St Mary’s, Deerhurst - A Retrospective’, Church Archaeology 2 (1998), 19-28. N
  6. Review of: P Rahtz and L Watts, St Mary’s Church, Deerhurst, Gloucestershire (1997), by
  7. J Blair, Early Medieval Europe 7.3 (1998), 370-371. N
1999
  1. 2000 Years of Kirkbymoorside [PAR outline for a volume of essays; commissioned by
  2. Tony Clark] [30]
  3. Lecture: 150 Years of Somerset Archaeology (Dillington House, Oct 1999 (22pp) (summary 4pp)). N
  4. Lecture: How The Dark Age West Was Won (Bristol, Feb 1999). to type
  5. ‘Probus Club’ [re lecture ‘Archaeology on the North York Moors’ (2pp of notes), Probus Club, Helmsley], Gazeteer and Herald 29.12.99, p 11. N
  6. Letter: re Pickering (2pp). [to which council?] N
  7. [re PAR by LW] ‘The Enduring Appeal of Hot Springs’, University of York Magazine (Dec 1999), - (1p). ?
  8. ‘The PRIA Tribal Boundaries: a CBA/CHE Symposium’ [including PAR], Council for British Archaeology South-West 3 (1999), 12-15. N
?1999
  1. Letter to D Morgan Evans, Society of Antiquaries re CA Ralegh Radford (4pp). N
Late 1990s
  1. (with L Watts) Bede and Archaeology (6pp). [book proposal]. [30]
  2. (with L Watts) Kirkdale Proposal for Internet Archaeology publication of Kirkdale 1996-98: The Vestry and North Aisle Exterior Excavation (3pp). N
2000
  1. Address: Raymond Hayes’ Funeral (2pp). N
  2. Lecture: Deerhurst Above and Below the Ground (The Deerhurst 2000 Lecture,
  3. Sept 2000). [?no copy of lecture, only of pub version]
  4. Lecture: How the Dark Age West Was Won (Helmsley Archaeology Society, 2000
  5. (50pp)). /
  6. Lecture: Glastonbury, Archaeology and Arthur (Helmsley Arts Centre, Jan 2000 (25pp) ). N
  7. Letter: re Lincoln Museum (2pp). N
  8. Review of: P Rahtz and L Watts, St Mary’s Church, Deerhurst (1997), by A Brooks, Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society 118 (2000),
  9. 241-242. N
Early 2000s
  1. [unpublished] St Gregory’s Minster, Kirkdale - The Ground Plan (8pp). N
  2. [unpublished] St Gregory’s Minster, Kirkdale - Conjectural Plan of the Anglo-Saxon Church (7pp). N
  3. [unpublished] (with L Watts)Proposal Concerning Drawing Two Tomb-Shrines at Kirkdale (3pp). N
  4. Lecture: Excavations at Blansby Park (Helmsley Archaeological Society (6pp)). N
  5. Chair: Age of Conversion: Introduction (3pp).
2001
  1. Note for Phil Barker’s funeral, 16.1.01(1p). N
  2. Lecture: Roman Villas in Ryedale (Student Conference, York, June 9, 2001 (4pp)). N
  3. Lecture: Excavations in 2000 at Blansby Park, Pickering, and Kirkdale (Helmsley Archaeological Society, 19.1.2001) (7pp). N
  4. Lecture: Deerhurst (Helmsley Archaeological Society, Nov 2001). still to type N
  5. Assessment: Report to the University of Malta on Mario Borg’s MA Dissertation, Maltese Cemetery Art, 20.7.01 (5pp). [31]
  6. Review of: P Rahtz, Living Archaeology (2001), by N James, Antiquity 75.288 (2001),
  7. 431. N [+Kemp ref Arch..people, ibid 242]
  8. Review of: P Rahtz, Living Archaeology (2001), Current Archaeology 173 (2001), 211-212 + letters re and PAR’s reply, Current Archaeology 174 (2001), 271. N
  9. Review of: P Rahtz, Living Archaeology (2001), by [M Henig], Journal British Archaeological Association 154 (for 2001), 218. N
  10. Review of: P Rahtz, Living Archaeology (2001), by M Aston, Oxbow News 48 (2001), 3.N
  11. Review of: P Rahtz, S Hirst, S Wright, Cannington Cemetery: Excavations 1962-3 of Prehistoric, Roman, Post-Roman and Later Features at Cannington Park Quarry, near Bridgwater, Somerset (2000), by A Lane, Antiquaries Journal 81 (2001), 436. N
  12. Review of: P Rahtz, S Hirst & S Wright, Cannington Cemetery... (2000), by S Esmonde Cleary, Archaeological Journal 158 (for 2001), 397-398. N
  13. Review of: H Geake & J Kenny ed, Early Deira: Archaeological Studies of the East Riding in the Fourth to Ninth Centuries (2000), by C Loveluck, Archaeological Journal 158 (for 2001), 398-399. [Conference was 1995] N
  14. Review of: H Geake & J Kenny ed, Early Deira: Archaeological Studies of the east Riding in the Fourth to Ninth Centuries (2000), by M Ryan, Medieval Archaeology 45 (2001), 386-387. N
  15. Flier for PAR’s 80th birthday celebrations at the Dept of Archaeology, University of York; speech by Professor Martin Carver, head of department (2pp); PAR’s response (4pp). [31]
  16. Flier for Living Archaeology. N
2002
  1. Lecture: Involvement in the Dark Ages (Debating Late Antiquity, York (19pp)). [includes important autobiographical details]. [published Collins and Gerrard 2004] [31]
  2. Lecture: Cadbury Congresbury - Chiefly Stronghold or Monastery? (Grinsell Memorial
  3. Lecture, Somerset, Feb 6, 2002 (13pp)). N
  4. Review of conference: ‘Land of the Dobunni’, Current Archaeology 177 (2002), 373. N
  5. Review of: P Rahtz, Living Archaeology (2001) by R Gilchrist, Medieval Archaeology 46 (2002), 265-266. N
  6. Review of: P Rahtz, S Hirst and S Wright, Cannington Cemetery. Excavations 1962-3... (2000), by D Petts, Britannia 33 (2002), 395-396. N
  7. Review of: P Rahtz, S Hirst and S Wright, Cannington Cemetery. Excavations 1962-3.. (2000), by A Foster, Proceedings Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society 144 (2002), 250-251. N
  8. M Horton’s Oration Presenting PAR for Degree of Doctor of Letters, University of Bristol Degree Congregation (2002), 28-29. N
2003
  1. R Cramp’s presentation of Frend Medal to PAR: ‘Anniversary Address 2003’, Antiquaries Journal 83 (2003), 4-5. N
2004
  1. Speech: For launch of P Rahtz and L Watts, Wharram...The North Manor Area and North-West Enclosure , at Dept of Archaeology, University of York (3pp). [31]
  2. Review of: P Rahtz and L Watts, Glastonbury - Myth and Archaeology (2003), by
  3. K Gardner, Council for British Archaeology South-West 12 (2004), 37. N
2005
  1. ‘End of Another Era for Wharram Percy’, University of York Grapevine (spring/summer 2005), 4. (+ another version) N
  2. Review of: P Rahtz & L Watts, The North Manor Area and North-West Enclosure: Wharram, A Study of Settlement of the Yorkshire Wolds, IX (2004), by M Bishop, Archaeological Journal 162 (for 2005), 349-350. N
  3. Review of: P Rahtz & L Watts, The North Manor Area and North-West Enclosure. (Wharram: A Study of Settlement on theYorkshire Wolds 9) (2004), by A Reynolds, Medieval Archaeology 49 (2005), 504-505. N
  4. Review of: M Carver ed, The Cross Goes North: Processes of Conversion i n Northern Europe, AD300-1300 (2003), by M Faull, Church Archaeology 7, 8, 9 (2003-5),
  5. 169-170. N
  6. [music] (with L Watts) ‘A Night To Remember’ [re concert played by J Walton etc at Lastingham Church], Signpost [magazine of Lastingham Church], 19.9 (2005), 5. [31]
  7. Acknowledged (with L Watts) for reading early draft of R Cramp, Wearmouth and Jarrow Monastic Sites vol 1 (English Heritage, 2005), xvii.?copy
2006
  1. [Reference to: academics/MPBW..’Later, Philip Rahtz, one of the most accomplished of the roving team of excavators, became the first professor in the new department at York. Yet tensions were expressed from an early stage...’ (p2), R Bradley, ‘Bridging the Two Cultures - Commercial Archaeology and the Study of Prehistoric Britain’, Antiquaries Journal 86,
  2. 1-13.] N
  3. Questions for interview with PAR re Wharram Percy [also questions for M Beresford’ s interview; result very poor]. N
  4. [music] ‘A Romantic Evening of Gorgeous Music’, Signpost 20.5 (2006), 9. [31]
  5. [music] ‘The Christmas Concert at St Mary’s Lastingham’, Signpost 20.1 (2006), 6. [31]
  6. [music] Lastingham Church Concert 10.6.06. [31]
2007
  1. [music] ‘Bach By Candlelight (Dec 2006), Signpost 21.1 (2007). [31]
  2. Review of: P Rahtz and L Watts, Wharram....The North Manor Area and the North-West Enclosure (2004), by J Grenville, The Ryedale Historian 23 (2006-7), 38-39. N
2007-8
  1. Still president of Retrospect Archaeology and Local History Notes and news From Somerset Axbridge Archaeological and Local History Society.
2008
  1. (with L Watts) The Name of Harome (1p). N
  2. For Martin Carver’s website, on the occasion of his retirement from the Department of Archaeology, University of York, Autumn 2008 (1p). N
2009
  1. [I Burrow re PAR, Salon, 20.7.09.] N
2010
  1. ‘The Philip Rahtz Lecture Theatre’, University of York Magazine (Nov/Dec 2010), 6. N
    2011
  2. C Dyer, ‘Philip Rahtz and Medieval Rural Settlement’, Medieval Settlement Research 26 (2011), 75-78. N
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