My Publications

  1.  “The Seventh-Century Royal House of East Anglia: A Genealogy”, Saxon, 10 (1989), pp.6-7.
  2. Beowulf and the East Anglian Royal Pedigree”, The Age of Sutton Hoo, ed. M.O.H.Carver (Boydell, Woodbridge, 1992), pp.65-74.
  3. The Origins of Beowulf and the pre-Viking Kingdom of East Anglia (Brewer, Cambridge, 1993, 1994, 1999) – see my book-section for reviews.
  4. “The Sutton Hoo Society Trip to Northern Suffolk”, Saxon, 19 (1993), pp.6-7.
  5. “Sutton Hoo and Beowulf“, Saxon, 21 (1994), pp.1-3.
  6. “The Sutton Hoo Society Visit to East Anglia’s South-Western Approaches”, Saxon, 21 (1994), p.5.
  7. Wes þú, Éadwin, hál! (An Old English Salute to Edwin Gifford)”, Saxon, 21 (1994), pp.4-5.
  8. “The Sutton Hoo Society Visit to Norfolk”, Saxon, 23 (1995), pp.6-7.
  9. “The 1996 Sutton Hoo Society Visit to Thetford, Ely, and Bury St Edmunds”, Saxon, 25 (1997), pp.5-6.
  10. “The Sutton Hoo Society Outing to Sutton Hoo and related sites in S.E.Suffolk”, Saxon, 27 (1997), pp.6-7.
  11. “King Arthur: a military history (Review Article)” Newsletter of the Suffolk Institute of Archaeology & History, 48 (1999), p.12.
  12. “AD 999” (with Paul Sieveking), Fortean Times, 129 (Dec. 1999), pp.40-44.
  13. “An Autumn Excursion to the Kingdom of the East Saxons”, Saxon, 31 (1999), pp.2-3.
  14. “In Defence of the Wuffings: A Review of Martin Carver’s Sutton Hoo: Burial Ground of Kings?” Newsletter of the Suffolk Institute of Archaeology & History, 50 (2000), pp.10-11.
  15. The Reckoning of King Rædwald: the Story of the King linked to the Sutton Hoo Ship-Burial (Redbird 2003).
  16. “The Battle of Newmouth and the Lost Viking History of Sudbourne. with a postscript on the place-name Orford”, Proceedings of the Suffolk Institute of Archaeology & History, 42 (2011), pp.292-299.
  17. “Sutton Hoo: Burial Ground of Dissidents?”, Saxon, 62 (2016), pp.7-8.
  18. “The Forgotten History of St Botwulf (Botolph)”, Proceedings of the Suffolk Institute of Archaeology & History (forthcoming).
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