Key bibliography

Journal articles

Cole, G., Ditchfield, P., Dulias, K., Edwards, C., Reynolds, A., & Waldron, T. 2020. Summary justice or the King’s will? The first case of formal facial mutilation from Anglo-Saxon England. Antiquity, 94(377), 1263-1277. doi:doi:10.15184/aqy.2020.176

Davies, J. (1985) ‘The Roman Coins from Lowbury Hill‘, Oxoniensia, Oxfordshire Architectural and Historical Society, 50,  Volume L., 1-13.

Fulford, M. G., and Rippon, S. J. (1994) ‘Lowbury Hill, Oxon: a Re-Assessment of the Probable Romano-Celtic Temple and the Anglo-Saxon Barrow’, Archaeological Journal, 151, 158-211.

Härke, H. (1994). A context for the Saxon barrow [on Lowbury Hill]. Archaeological Journal, 151, 158-211.  

Huntingford, G. W. B. (1934) “Defences against Cattle-Raiding,” Antiquity. Cambridge University Press, 8(32), pp. 429–436. [Online Available] doi: 10.1017/S0003598X00009625.

King, A., (2005) ‘Animal Remains from Temple in Roman Britain‘, Britannia, 36, 329-369.

Nancy, H. (1987) ‘The Lowdown on Lowbury’, Blowing Stone, Vol. 6, No. 2.

O’Brien, E. (2008). Early medieval sentinel warrior burials. Peritia, 20, 323–330.  

Williams, J. H. (1971) ‘Roman Building-Materials in South-East England‘, Britannia, 166-195. [Online Available]

Williams, J. H. (1998) ‘Monuments and the past in early Anglo-Saxon England’, World Archaeology, 30:1, 90-108. 


Books and Book Chapters

Aldhouse-Green, M. J. 2010. Caesar’s Druids: Story of an Ancient Priesthood. New Haven: Yale University Press.

Atkinson, D. and Haverfield, F. J. (1916) ‘The Romano-British Site on Lowbury Hill in Berkshire’, University of Reading.

Bishop, M. C., and Coulston, J. C. N. (1989) ‘Roman military equipment’, Vol. 59, Shire Archaeology Publication.

Collingwood, R. G. and Richmond, I. A (1969) ‘The archaeology of Roman Britain’, London: Methuen & Co.

Copley, G. L. (1958) ‘An archaeology of South-east England: a study in continuity’. London: Phoenix House.

Green, M (1995) “Celtic Goddesses: Warriors, Virgins and Mothers“, British Museum Press.

Heing, M., Allen, T., and Booth, P (2000) ‘Roman Oxfordshire’ 1st eds., Sutton: Oxford.

Hines, J., & Bayliss, A. (Eds.). (2019). Anglo-Saxon Graves and Grave Goods of the 6th and 7th Centuries AD, Abingdon: Routledge. 

Rivet, A. L. F. (1978) ‘Town and country in Roman Britain’, Cambridge: University Press.

Rodwell, W. (1980) ‘Temples’ churches, and religion: recent research in Roman Britain: with a gazetteer of Romano-Celtic temples in continental Europe’, Oxford: BAR.

Wilburn, A. T. (2019). Building Ritual Agency: Foundations, Floors, Doors, and Walls. In D. Frankfurter (Ed.), Guide to the Study of Ancient Magic (pp. 555–602). Leiden: Brill. 

Williams, H. (2006) ‘Death and memory in early medieval Britain’, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [Online Available]