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From: greg at bronze.lcs.mit.edu (Greg Rose)

Newsgroups: rec.org.sca

Subject: Sutton Hoo Bibliography

Date: 29 Jun 1993 18:56:00 -0400

Organization: MIT LCS guest machine


At long last, here is the select bibliography on Sutton Hoo, 1939-

1992.  I call it a select bibliography because (1) I have

systematically excluded newspaper articles and articles in popular

magazines, (2) I have made no effort to cite all the literature on

all excavations of AS cemeteries and related sites (such a

bibliography would be three or four times the size of this -- if you

are interested in these studies, consult section 9.d. ["Archaeology:

Pagan cemeteries and Sutton Hoo"] in the annual bibliography at the

back of each issue of the journal _Anglo-Saxon England_ and look at

the bibliographies in each volume of the excavation report edited by

R.L.S. Bruce-Mitford [listed below]) and (3) I have undoubtedly

missed something in the scholarly literature which I should have

included, for which I apologize.


There are always scholarly disputes about the relevance or

irrelevance of a citation for inclusion.  I have endeavored to be

conservative in the selection criteria.  If I had reasons to question

the relevance of a more general study, I excluded it.  If there are

objections to this method, the fault is my alone.


Unfortunately I have not yet received a copy of R. Farrell and C.

Newman de Vegvar, eds., _Sutton Hoo: Fifty Years After_ (Kalamazoo,

forthcoming), which is still in press, and, therefore, I have neither

cited it nor included its contents in the anthologies section.


Since I do not have the time to annotate this bibliography, I have

organized the citations under nineteen topical divisions:

        1.  Journals

        2.  Excavation Reports and Plans

        3.  Museum Handbooks

        4.  Anthologies

        5.  Theory and Interpretation

        6.  AS, Merovingian and Scandinavian Background

        7.  Inhumation Studies

        8.  The Ship

        9.  The Purse and Coins

        10.  The Whetstone

        11.  The Weapons and Armor

        12.  The Jewellery

        13.  Textiles

        14.  The Spoons

        15.  Other Items

        16. Palaeo-environmental Studies

        17.  Sutton Hoo and OE Literature

        18.  Legal Issues

        19. Bibliographies and Reviews

To avoid duplication, when a citation could have fit under more than

one topic, I placed it under the most relevant topic.  No effort was

made to disaggregate the contents of anthologies or the excavation

report by topic; contents for each volume are listed under the

volume's primary heading.


I am making this bibliography available as a research tool.  Please

do not reprint or otherwise distribute this bibliography without

prior permission from the author (permission may be obtained by

containing the author by email at greg at bronze.lcs.mit.edu).


Gregory F. Rose (Hossein Ali Qomi)



               A SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY ON SUTTON HOO, 1939-1992.


                                      By Gregory F. Rose


                              c1993, all rights reserved



1.  Journals (frequently containing information on Sutton Hoo;

specific articles are cited by topic).


_Antiquaries Journal_


_Bulletin of the Sutton Hoo Research Committee_.

_Saxon: Bulletin of the Sutton Hoo Society_.

_Anglo-Saxon England_.

_Anglo-Saxon Studies in Archaeology and History_.

_East Anglian Archaeology_.

_Medieval Archaeology_.


2.  Excavation Reports and Plans.


Anon.  "Another Ship Burial at Sutton Hoo."  _British Archaeology, 11


Anon.  "Sutton Hoo."  _Birmingham University Field Archaeology Unit

        Report, 9 (1986-1987).

Anon.  "Sutton Hoo: the Leverhulme Trust Project."  _Birmingham

        University Field Archaeology Unit Report_ 10 (1988).

R.L.S. Bruce-Mitford.  "Excavations at Sutton Hoo in 1938."

        _Proceedings of the Suffolk Institute of Archaeology_ 30 (1964).

R.L.S. Bruce-Mitford.  "Sutton Hoo Excavations, 1965-67."

        _Antiquity_ 42 (1968).

R.L.S. Bruce-Mitford, et al.  _The Sutton Hoo Ship-Burial, I:

        Excavations, Background, the Ship, Dating and Inventory_.  London,

        1975. Contents: R.L.S. Bruce-Mitford, et al., "The Site and the

        Grave-Field"; "The Excavation of Three Mounds at Sutton Hoo in

        1938"; "The 1939 Excavations"; R.L.S. Bruce-Mitford and P. Ashbee,

        "The Re-Investigation of the Ship and the Ship-Barrow, 1965-70";

        A.C. Evans and R.L.S. Bruce-Mitford, "The Ship"; R.L.S. Bruce-

        Mitford and M.R. Luscombe, "Complete Inventory of the Finds";

        R.L.S. Bruce-Mitford, et al., "Observations on the Burial

        Deposit"; "The Cenotaph Problem"; J.P.C. Kent, et al., "The Coins

        and the Date of the Burial"; R.L.S. Bruce-Mitford, "Who Was He?";

        P.V. Hill, et al., "The Treasure Trove Inquest"; R.L.S. Bruce-

        Mitford, ed., "The Excavation Diary of C.W. Phillips."

R.L.S. Bruce-Mitford, et al.  _The Sutton Hoo Ship-Burial, II: Arms,

        Armour and Regalia_.  London, 1978.  Contents: R.L.S. Bruce-

        Mitford, et al., "The Shield"; "The Helmet"; "The Mailcoat";

        R.L.S. Bruce-Mitford and D.F. Cutler, "Spears and Angons"; R.L.S.

        Bruce-Mitford, et al., "The Sword"; "The Sceptre"; R.L.S. Bruce-

        Mitford, "The Wood, Bone or Ivory Rod"; "The Iron Stand"; "R.L.S.

        Bruce-Mitford, et al., "The Gold Jewellery."

R.L.S. Bruce-Mitford, et al.  _The Sutton Hoo Ship-Burial, III: Late

        Roman and Byzantine Silver, Hanging-Bowls, Drinking Vessels,

        Cauldrons and other Containers, Textiles, the Lyre, Pottery Bottle

        and Other Items_.  London, 1975-83.  Contents (Pt. 1): R.L.S.

        Bruce-Mitford and S.M. Youngs, "Silver"; R.L.S. Bruce-Mitford,

        "The Hanging Bowls."; R.L.S. Bruce-Mitford and K. East, "Drinking-

        Horns, Maplewood Bottles and Burr-Wood Cups"; E. Crowfoot, "The

        Textiles". Contents (Pt. 2): A.C.Evans, "The Bronze Cauldrons";

        V. H. Fenwick, "The Chainwork": K. East, "The Tub and Buckets";

        S.M. Youngs, "The Pottery Bottle"; M. Bruce-Mitford and R.L.S.

        Bruce-Mitford, "The Musical Instrument"; R.L.S. Bruce-Mitford,

        "The Coptic Bowl"; "Buckles, Strap-Ends and Related Objects"; K.

        East, "The Shoes"; A.C. Evans and P. Galloway, "The Combs"; R.L.S.

        Bruce-Mitford, "The Axe-Hammer"; "The Iron Lamp"; S.M. Youngs,

        "The Gaming-Pieces"; R.L.S. Bruce-Mitford, "The Minor Objects"; M.

        Bimson and W.A. Oddy, "Aspects of the Technology of Glass and of

        Copper Alloys".

M.O.H. Carver.  "Sutton Hoo--Detailed Research Proposals."  _Rescue

        News_ 31 (Autumn, 1983).

M.O.H. Carver.  "Sutton Hoo."  _Birmingham University Field

        Archaeology Unit Report_ 6 (1984 for 1983).

M.O.H. Carver.  "Anglo-Saxon Objectives at Sutton Hoo, 1985."

        _Anglo-Saxon England_ 15 (1986).

M.O.H. Carver.  "Digging for Ideas." _Antiquity_ 63 (1989).

M.O.H. Carver.  "Anglo-Saxon Discoveries at Sutton Hoo, 1987-1988."

        _Old English Newsletter_ 22.2 (1989).

A.S. Crosley.  "Survey of the 6th-Century Saxon Ship Burial."

        _Transactions of the Newcomen Society_ 23 (1942-43).

G.E. Daniel.  "The Sutton Hoo Research Project." _Antiquity_ 57


G.E. Fay.  "Prehistoric Sutton Hoo."  _Science_ 115 (1952).

C. Graham-Kerr.  "Digging at Sutton Hoo." _South Oxfordshire

        Archaeology Group Bulletin_ 44 (1988).

T.D. Kendrick.  "The Sutton Hoo Finds.  I.  The Discovery."  _British

        Museum Quarterly_ 13 (1939).

T.D. Kendrick.  "Inventory of the Principal Finds."  _Antiquaries

        Journal_ 20 (1940).

N. Kerr.  "Sutton Hoo: A Rebuttal."  _Rescue News_ 31 (1983).

I.H. Longworth and I.A. Kinnes.  _Sutton Hoo Excavations 1966, 1968-

        70_.  London, 1980.

C.W. Phillips.  "The Excavation of the Sutton Hoo Ship-Burial."

        _Antiquaries Journal_ 20 (1940).

C.W. Phillips.  "The Excavation of the Sutton Hoo Ship-Burial."

        _Antiquity_ 14 (1940).

C.W. Phillips.  "The Sutton Hoo Ship-Burial." _Mariner's Mirror_ 26


C.W. Phillips.  "The Excavation of the Sutton Hoo Ship-Burial."  In

        R.L.S. Bruce-Mitford, ed., _Recent Archaeological Excavations in

        Britain_. London, 1956.


3.  Museum Handbooks.


R.L.S. Bruce-Mitford.  _The Sutton Hoo Ship-Burial: A Provisional

        Guide_. London, 1947.

R.L.S. Bruce-Mitford.  _The Sutton Hoo Ship-Burial: A Handbook_.  1st

        edition. London, 1968.

R.L.S. Bruce-Mitford.  _The Sutton Hoo Ship-Burial: A Handbook_.  2nd

        edition. London, 1972.

R.L.S. Bruce-Mitford.  _The Sutton Hoo Ship-Burial: A Handbook_.  3rd

        edition. London, 1978.


4.  Anthologies.


M.O.H. Carver, ed.  _The Age of Sutton Hoo: The Seventh Century in

        North-Western Europe_.  Woodbridge, 1992.  Contents: C.J. Scull,

        "Before Sutton Hoo: Structures of Power and Society in Early East

        Anglia"; J. Newman, "The Late Roman and Anglo-Saxon Settlement

        Patterns in the Sandlings of Suffolk"; W. Filmer-Sankey, "Snape

        Anglo-Saxon Cemetery: The Current State of Knowledge"; M. Gelling,

        "A Chronology for Suffolk Place-Names"; S. Newton, "Beowulf and

        the East Anglian Royal Pedigree"; H. Loyn, "Kings, Gesiths and

        Thegns"; H. Geake, "Burial Practice in Seventh- and Eighth-Century

        England"; T.M. Dickinson and G. Speake, "The Seventh-Century

        Cremation Burial in Asthall Barrow, Oxfordshire: a Reassessment";

        J.D. Richards, "Anglo-Saxon Symbolism"; H. Haerke, "Changing

        Symbols in a Changing Society: the Anglo-Saxon Weapon Burial Rite

        in the Seventh Century"; B. Raw, "Royal Power and Royal Symbols in

        _Beowulf_"; J. Stevenson, "Christianity in Sixth- and Seventh-

        Century Southumbria"; J. Roberts, "Anglo-Saxon Vocabulary as a

        Reflection of Material Culture"; L. Alcock, "Message from the Dark

        Side of the Moon: Western and Northern Britain in the Age of

        Sutton Hoo"; S.M. Foster, "The State of Pictland in the Age of

        Sutton Hoo"; I.N. Wood, "Frankish Hegemony in England"; E. James,

        "Royal Burials Among the Franks"; P. Perin, "The Undiscovered

        Grave of King Clovis"; G. Halsall, "Social Change Around A.D. 600:

        an Austrasian Perspective"; L. Hedeager, "Kingdoms, Ethnicity and

        Material Culture: Denmark in a European Perspective"; B. Myhre,

        "The Royal Cemetery at Borre, Vestfold: A Norwegian Centre in a

        European Periphery"; J. Hines, "The Scandinavian Character of

        Anglian England: an Update"; "H. Ellis Davidson, "Human Sacrifice

        in the Late Pagan Period in North-Western Europe"; M.O.H. Carver,

        "The Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Sutton Hoo: an Interim Report."

C.B. Kendall and P.S. Wells, eds.  _Voyage to the Other World: The

        Legacy of Sutton Hoo_.  Minneapolis, 1992.  Contents: C.B. Kendall

        and P.S. Wells, "Sutton Hoo and Early Medieval Northern Europe";

        A.M. Stahl, "The Nature of the Sutton Hoo Coin Parcel"; E.

        Schoenfeld and J. Schulman, "Sutton Hoo: An Economic Assessment";

        G.P. Greis and M.N. Geselowitz, "Sutton Hoo Art: Two Millennia of

        History"; R. Frank, "_Beowulf_ and Sutton Hoo"; R.P. Creed,

        "Sutton Hoo and the Recording of _Beowulf_"; J. Campbell, "The

        Impact of the Sutton Hoo Discovery on the Study of Anglo-Saxon

        History"; S. Keynes, "Raedwald the Bretwalda"; W.M. Stevens,

        "Sidereal Time in Anglo-Saxon England"; E. Roesdahl, "Princely

        Burial in Scandinavia at the Time of the Conversion"; H.M. Jansen,

        "The Archaeology of Danish Commercial Centers"; M. Carver,

        "Conclusion: the Future of Sutton Hoo".


5.  Theory and Interpretation.


R.L.S. Bruce-Mitford.  "Saxon Rendlesham." _Proceedings of the

        Suffolk Institute of Archaeology_ 24 (1948).

R.L.S. Bruce-Mitford.  "Boat Graves in Sweden." _Archaeological News

        Letter_ 1:5 (1948).

R.L.S. Bruce-Mitford.  "The Sutton Hoo Ship-Burial: Recent Theories

        and Some Comments on General Interpretation."  _Proceedings of the

        Suffolk Institute of Archaeology_ 25 (1950 for 1949).

R.L.S. Bruce-Mitford.  "The Sutton Hoo Ship Burial."  _Proceedings of

        the Royal Institution of Great Britain_ 34 (1950).

R.L.S. Bruce-Mitford.  "The Sutton Hoo Ship-Burial."  _Nature_ 165


R.L.S. Bruce-Mitford.  "Sutton Hoo -- a Rejoinder." _Antiquity_ 26


R.L.S. Bruce-Mitford, ed.  _Recent Archaeological Excavations in

        Britain_. London, 1956.

R.L.S. Bruce-Mitford.  _Aspects of Anglo-Saxon Archaeology: Sutton

        Hoo and Other Discoveries_.  London 1974.

R.L.S. Bruce-Mitford, ed.  _Recent Archaeological Excavations in

        Europe_. London, 1975.

R.L.S. Bruce-Mitford.  "A Comparison between the Sutton Hoo Burial

        Deposit and Childeric's Treasure."  In N. Chirol, ed., _Centenaire

        de l'Abbe Cochet, 1975: Actes du Colloque International

        d'Archeologie_. Rouen, 1978.

R.L.S. Bruce-Mitford.  "La Materiel archeologique de la sepulture

        royale de Sutton Hoo (Grand Bretagne, Suffolk): dernier bilan des

        recherches." In M. Fleury and P. Perrin, eds., _Problemes de

        chronologie relative et absolue concernant les cimetieres

        merovingiens d'entre Loire et Rhin_ (Paris, 1978).

R.L.S. Bruce-Mitford.  _The Sutton Hoo Ship-Burial: Reflections after

        Thirty Years_. York, 1979.

R.L.S. Bruce-Mitford.  "The Sutton Hoo Ship-Burial: Some Foreign  

        Connections." _Settimane di studio del Centro italiano di studi

        sull'alto medioevo_ 32 (1986).

M.O.H. Carver.  "Sutton Hoo in Context." _Settimane di studio del

        Centro italiano di studi sull'alto medioevo_ 32 (1986).

M.O.H. Carver.  "Kingship and Material Culture in Early Medieval East

        Anglia." In S. Basset, ed.  _The Origins of the Anglo-Saxon

        Kingdoms_. Leicester, 1989.

H.M. Chadwick.  "Who Was He?"  _Antiquity_ 14 (1940).

A. Era-Esko.  "Sutton Hoo and Finland." _Speculum_ 28 (1953).

A.C. Evans.  _The Sutton Hoo Ship Burial_.  London, 1986.

V. Fenwick.  "Sutton Hoo -- Comment."  In P. Rahtz, T. Dickinson, and

        L. Watts., eds., _Anglo-Saxon Cemeteries, 1979: The Fourth Anglo-

        Saxon Symposium at Oxford_.  Oxford, 1980.

S. Glass.  "The Sutton Hoo Ship Burial." _Antiquity_ 36 (1962).

C. Green.  _Sutton Hoo: The Excavation of a Royal Ship Burial_.

        London, 1963.

K. Hauck.  "Zum Ersten Band der Sutton-Hoo-Edition."

        _Fruehmittelalteriche Studien_ 12 (1978).

K. Hauck.  "Zum Zweiten Band der Sutton-Hoo-Edition."

        _Fruehmittelalteriche Studien_ 16 (1982).

C. Hawkes.  "Sutton Hoo Twenty-Five Years After."  _Antiquity_ 38


T.D. Kendrick.  "The Sutton Hoo Finds. VI.  Sutton Hoo and Anglo-

        Saxon Archaeology."  _British Museum Quarterly_ 13 (1939).

R. Lantier.  "La tombe royale de Sutton Hoo (Suffolk)."  _Revue

        Archeologique_, 6th Ser., 14 (1939).

R. Lantier.  "La tombe royale de Sutton Hoo." _Revue Archeologique_,

        6th Ser., 17 (1941).

T.C. Lethbridge.  "Sutton Hoo."  _Archaeology_ 1 (1948).

S. Lindqvist.  "Skeppsgraven a Sutton Hoo.  Ett nytt

        Tolkningsfoersoek." In _Kungliga Humanistika Vetenskaps-

        Samfundet, Arsbok 1951_.  Uppsala, 1951.

D.E. Martin-Clark.  "A Ship-Burial in Seventh-Century England (The

        Sutton Hoo Excavations and Craftsmanship)."  In _Culture in Early

        Anglo-Saxon England_.  Baltimore, 1947.

B. Nerman.  "Sutton Hoo: en svensk kunga-eller hoevdinggrav."

        _Fornvaennen_ 43 (1948).

C.W. Phillips.  "The Sutton Hoo Ship-Burial." _Transactions of the

        Hunter Archaeological Society_ 6 (1950).

C.W. Phillips.  "Sutton Hoo."  _Archaeological Journal_ 108 (1951).

P. Rahtz.  "Sutton Hoo Opinions -- Forty Years After."  In P. Rahtz,

        T. Dickinson, and L. Watts., eds., _Anglo-Saxon Cemeteries, 1979:

        The Fourth Anglo-Saxon Symposium at Oxford_.  Oxford, 1980.

W. Rodwell.  "Sutton Hoo -- Comment."  In P. Rahtz, T. Dickinson, and

        L. Watts., eds., _Anglo-Saxon Cemeteries, 1979: The Fourth Anglo-

        Saxon Symposium at Oxford_.  Oxford, 1980.

S. Schaedla-Ruhland.  "Remarks on the Burial Customs of Sutton Hoo."

        _Archaeological Advertiser_ (Spring, 1980).

B. Stjernquist.  "The Sutton Hoo Ship-Burial -- a Methodological

        Reorganization." _Meddelanden fran Lunds Universitets Historiska

        Museet_ n.s. 2 (1977-1978).

B. Stjernquist.  "The Sutton Hoo Ship-Burial: a Frame of Reference

        for Archaeological Analyses."  _Meddelanden fran Lunds

        Universitets Historiska Museet_ n.s. 3 (1979-1980).

B. Stjernquist.  "The Sutton Hoo Ship-Burial: Third Volume and

        Summing Up."  _Meddelanden fran Lunds Universitets Historiska   

        Museet_ n.s. 5 (1983-1984).

G. Storms.  "The Sutton Hoo Ship Burial: An Interpretation."

        _Berichten van de Rijksdienst voorhet Oudheidkundig

        Bodemonderzoek_ 28 (1978).

J.W. Walker.  "The Battle of Winwaed and the Sutton Hoo Ship-Burial."

        _Yorkshire Archaeological Journal_ 37 (1948).

J.M. Wallace-Hadrill.  "The Graves of Kings: An Historical Note on

        Some Archaeological Evidence."  _Studi Medievali_ 3rd ser., 1

        (1960).  [Reprinted in J.M. Wallace-Hadrill, _Early Medieval

        History_. Oxford, 1980.]


6.  AS, Merovingian and Scandinavian Background.


B. Ambrosiani.  "Regalia and Symbols in the Boat Graves."  In J.P.

        Lamm and H.A., Nordstrom, eds.  _Vendel Period Studies:

        Transactions of the Boat-Grave Symposium in Stockholm, February

        2-3, 1981_. Stockholm, 1983.

B. Ambrosiani.  "Aristocratic Graves and Manors in Early Medieval

        Sweden." _Archaeology and Environment_ 4 (1985).

C.J. Arnold.  _The Archaeology of the Early Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms_.  

        London, 1988.

P.H. Blair.  _An Introduction to Anglo-Saxon England_. 2nd edition.

        Cambridge, 1977.

G.B. Brown.  _The Arts in Early England_.  London, 1903-37.  6 vols.

        in 7, esp. vols. 3-4.

G.B. Brown.  _Saxon Art and Industry in the Pagan Period_. London,

        1913.  2 vols.

M.O.H. Carver.  "Pre-Viking Traffic in the North Sea."  In S.

        McGrail, ed., _Maritime Celts, Frisians, and Saxons_.  Oxford,


F.H.A. Engleheart.  "When Did King Redwald Die?" _Proceedings of the

        Suffolk Institute of Archaeology_ 27 (1956 for 1955).

H. Haerke.  "'Warrior Graves'?  The Background of the Anglo-Saxon

        Burial Rite."  _Past and Present_ 126 (1990).

C. Hill.  "Economic and Settlement Background to Sutton Hoo in

        Eastern England."  In J.P. Lamm and H.A., Nordstrom, eds.

        _Vendel Period Studies: Transactions of the Boat-Grave Symposium

        in Stockholm, February 2-3, 1981_.  Stockholm, 1983.  

R. Hodges.  _The Anglo-Saxon Achievement: Archaeology and the

        Beginnings of English Society_.  Ithaca, 1989.

A.C. Hogarth.  "Structural Features in Anglo-Saxon Graves."

        _Archaeology Journal_ 130 (1974).

J.W. Huggett.  "Imported Grave Goods and the Early Anglo-Saxon

        Economy." _Medieval Archaeology_ 32 (1988).

E. James.  "Merovingian Cemetery Studies and Some Implications for

        Anglo-Saxon England."  In P. Rahtz, T. Dickinson, and L. Watts.,

        eds., _Anglo-Saxon Cemeteries, 1979: The Fourth Anglo-Saxon

        Symposium at Oxford_.  Oxford, 1980.

E.M. Jope.  "The Beginnings of La Tene Ornamental Style in the

        British Isles."  In S.S. Frere, ed., _Problems of the Iron Age in

        Southern Britain_.  London, 1961.

E.T. Leeds.  _The Archaeology of Anglo-Saxon Settlements_. Oxford,


H. Mayr-Harting.  _The Coming of Christianity to Anglo-Saxon

        England_. London, 1972.

M. Mueller-Wille.  "Bestattung im Boot: Studien zu einer

        nordeuropaeischen Grabsitte."  _Offa_ 25-26 (1970).

M. Mueller-Wille.  "Pferdegrab und Pferdeopfer im fruehen

        Mittelalter." _Berichten van de Rijksdienst voor het

        Oudheidkundig Bodemonderzoek_ 20-21 (1970-71).

M. Mueller-Wille.  "Boat Graves in Northern Europe."  _International

        Journal of Nautical Archaeology and Underwater Exploration_ 3.2


M. Mueller-Wille.  "Koenigsgrab und Koenigskirche: Fund und Befunde

        im fruehgeschichtlichen und mittelalterlichen Nordeuropa."

        _Bericht der Roemisch-Germanischen Kommission_ 63 (1982).

M. Mueller-Wille.  "Royal and Aristocratic Graves in Central and

        Western Europe in the Merovingian Period."  In J.P. Lamm and H.A.,

        Nordstrom, eds. _Vendel Period Studies: Transactions of the

        Boat-Grave Symposium in Stockholm, February 2-3, 1981_.

        Stockholm, 1983.

J.N.L. Myres.  _Anglo-Saxon Pottery and the Settlement of England_.

        Oxford, 1969.

J.N.L. Myres.  _A Corpus of Anglo-Saxon Pottery of the Pagan Period_.

        Oxford, 1977. 2 vols.

E.-J. Pader.  "Material Symbolism and Social Relations in Mortuary

        Studies." In P. Rahtz, T. Dickinson, and L. Watts., eds., _Anglo-

        Saxon Cemeteries, 1979: The Fourth Anglo-Saxon Symposium at

        Oxford_. Oxford, 1980.

N. Reynolds.  "The Structure of Anglo-Saxon Graves."  _Antiquity_ 50


J.D. Richards.  "Funerary Symbolism in Anglo-Saxon England: Further

        Social Dimensions of Mortuary Practices."  _Scottish

        Archaeological Review_ 3 (1984).

E. Salin.  _La civilisation merogingienne_.  Paris, 1950-59.  4 vols.

F. Saxl and R. Wittkower.  _British Art and the Mediterranean_.

        London, 1948.

K. Sisam.  "Anglo-Saxon Royal Genealogies." _Proceedings of the

        British Academy_ 39 (1953).

G. Speake.  "The Origins and Development of Germanic Style II."

        University of Oxford Doctoral Dissertation, 1976 (unpublished).

G. Speake.  _Anglo-Saxon Animal Art and Its Germanic Background_.

        Oxford, 1980.

F. Stein.  _Adelsgraeber des 8. Jahrhunderts in Deutschland_.

        Berlin, 1967.

F.M. Stenton, "The East Anglian Kings of the Seventh Century." In P.

        Clemoes, ed. _The Anglo-Saxons: Studies in Some Aspects of Their

        History, Presented to Bruce Dickins_.  London, 1959.

J.M. Wallace-Hadrill.  _Early Germanic Kingship in England and on the

        Continent_. Oxford, 1971.

G. Ward.  "When Did King Redwald Die?" _Proceedings of the Suffolk

        Institute of Archaeology_ 26 (1955 for 1954).

D.M. Wilson.  _Anglo-Saxon Ornamental Metalwork, 700-1100, in the

        British Museum, Vol. I: Catalogue of Antiquities of the Later

        Saxon Period_. London, 1964.

D.M. Wilson, ed.  _The Archaeology of Anglo-Saxon England_.  London,


D.M. Wilson.  "Sweden-England."  In J.P. Lamm and H.A., Nordstrom,

        eds.  _Vendel Period Studies: Transactions of the Boat-Grave

        Symposium in Stockholm, February 2-3, 1981_.  Stockholm, 1983.

I.N. Wood.  _The Merovingian North Sea_.  Alingsas, 1983.

I.N. Wood.  "The Franks and Sutton Hoo."  In I. Wood and N. Lund,

        eds., _People and Places in Northern Europe, 500-1600: Essays in

        Honour of Peter Hayes Sawyer_.  Woodbridge, 1991.

B. Young.  "Paganisme, christianisation, et rite funeraires

        merovingiens." _Archeologie Medievale_ 7 (1977).


7.  Inhumation Studies


H. Barker.  "Unusual Phosphatic Material in the Sutton Hoo Ship-

        Burial." _Nature_ (1950)

H. Barker, R. Burleigh, and N. Meeks.  "British Museum Radiocarbon

        Measurements, VII."  _Radiocarbon_ 13 (1971).

P.H. Bethell and J.U. Smith.  "Trace-Element Analysis of an

        Inhumation from Sutton Hoo, Using Inductively Coupled Plasma

        Emission Spectrometry: An Evaluation of the Technique Applied to

        Analysis of Organic Residues."  _Journal of Archaeological

        Science_ 16 (1989).

R.L.S. Bruce Mitford, "The Problem of the Sutton Hoo Cenotaph."

        _Archaeological News Letter_ 2 (1950).

K. East.  "The Sutton Hoo Ship Burial: A Case Against the Coffin."

        _Anglo-Saxon Studies in Archaeology and History_ 3 (1984).

V.I. Evison.  "The Body in the Ship at Sutton Hoo."  _Anglo-Saxon

        Studies in Archaeology and History_ 1 (1979).

V.I. Evison.  "The Sutton Hoo Coffin."  In P. Rahtz, T. Dickinson,

        and L. Watts., eds., _Anglo-Saxon Cemeteries, 1979: The Fourth

        Anglo-Saxon Symposium at Oxford_.  Oxford, 1980.


8.  The Ship


R.C. Anderson.  "The Sutton Hoo Ship." _Mariner's Mirror_ 28 (1942).

R.C. Anderson.  "The Ribs of the Sutton Hoo Ship."  _Mariner's

        Mirror_ 36 (1950).

A.W. Brogger and H. Shetelig.  _The Viking Ships, their Ancestry and

        Evolution_. Oslo, 1951.

A.E. Christiansen.  "Scandinavian Ships from Earliest Times to the

        Vikings." In G.F. Bass, ed., _A History of Seafaring Based on

        Underwater Archaeology_.  London, 1972.

P. van Geersdaele.  "Moulding the Impression of the Sutton Hoo Ship."

        _Studies in Conservation_ 14:4 (1969).

P. van Geersdaele.  "Making the Fibre Glass Replica of the Sutton Hoo

        Ship Impression."  _Studies in Conservation_ 15:3 (1970).

B. Greenhill, ed.  _Three Major Ancient Boat Finds in Britain_.

        London, 1972.

N.E. Lee.  "The Sutton Hoo Ship Built in Sweden?"  _Antiquity, 31


G. Maynard.  "The Smaller Boat from Sutton Hoo." _Mariner's Mirror_

        28 (1942).

M. Wheeler.  _Archaeology from the Earth_.  Oxford, 1954.


9.  The Purse and Coins


D. Allen.  "The Sutton Hoo Finds.  IV.  The Coins." _British Museum

        Quarterly_ 13 1939).

D. Brown.  "The Dating of the Sutton Hoo Coins." _Anglo-Saxon

        Studies in Archaeology and History_ 2 (1981).

R.L.S. Bruce-Mitford.  "The Dating of the Sutton Hoo Coins: Some

        Comments." In E.T. Hall and D.M. Metcalf, eds., _Methods of

        Chemical and Metallurgical Investigation of Ancient Coinage_.

        London, 1972.

O.G.S. Crawford.  "The Coins: A Summary." _Antiquity_ 14 (1940).

A. De Belfort.  _Description generale des monnaies merovingiennes_.

        Paris, 1892-93.

P. Le Gentilhomme.  "La circulation des monnaies d'or merovingiennes

        en Angle-terre."  _British Numismatic Journal_ 23 (1940-41).

P. Grierson.  "The Dating of the Sutton Hoo Coins."  _Antiquity_ 26


P. Grierson.  "La fonction sociale de la monnaire en Angleterre aux

        VIIe-VIIIe siecles."  _Settimane di studio del Centro italiano di

        studi sull'alto medioevo_ 8 (1961).

P. Grierson.  "The Purpose of the Sutton Hoo Coins."  _Antiquity_ 44


P. Grierson.  "The Sutton Hoo Coins Again." _Antiquity_ 48 (1974).

P. Grierson.  _Medieval European Coinage, I: The Early Middle Ages_.

        Cambridge, 1986.

G. Haseloff.  "Zu den Darstellungen auf den Boerse von Sutton Hoo."

        _Nordelbingen_ 20 (1952).

C. Hicks.  "The Birds on the Sutton Hoo Purse." _Anglo-Saxon

        England_ 15 (1986).

J.P.C. Kent.  "From Roman Britain to Saxon England."  In R.H.M.

        Dolley, ed., _Anglo-Saxon Coins: Studies Presented to F.M.

        Stenton_. London, 1961.

J.P.C. Kent.  "Problems of Chronology in the seventh-century

        Merovingian Coinage."  _Cunobelin_ 13 (1967).

J.P.C. Kent, et al.  "Analyses of Merovingian Gold Coins."  In E.T.

        Hall and D.M. Metcalf, eds., _Methods of Chemical and

        Metallurgical Investigation of Ancient Coinage_.  London, 1972.

J.P.C. Kent.  "Gold Standards of the Merovingian Coinage."  In E.T.

        Hall and D.M. Metcalf, eds., _Methods of Chemical and

        Metallurgical Investigation of Ancient Coinage_.  London, 1972.

W.A. Oddy.  "The Analysis of Four Hoards of Merovingian Gold Coins."

        In E.T. Hall and D.M. Metcalf, eds., _Methods of Chemical and

        Metallurgical Investigation of Ancient Coinage_.  London, 1972.

W.A. Oddy and M.J. Hughes.  "The Specific Gravity Method for the

        Analysis of Gold Coins."  In E.T. Hall and D.M. Metcalf, eds.,

        _Methods of Chemical and Metallurgical Investigation of Ancient

        Coinage_. London, 1972.

M. Prou.  _Les Monnaies Merovingiennes_.  Paris, 1892 [reprinted

        Graz, 1969].

M. Spratling.  "The Sutton Hoo Purse: Analyzing the Weights of Its

        Contents." In P. Rahtz, T. Dickinson, and L. Watts., eds.,

        _Anglo-Saxon Cemeteries, 1979: The Fourth Anglo-Saxon Symposium at

        Oxford_. Oxford, 1980.

A.M. Stahl.  _The Merovingian Coinage of the Region of Metz_.

        Louvain-la-neuve, 1982.

C.H. Sutherland.  "Anglo-Saxon Sceattas in England."  _Numismatic

        Chronicle_ 2 (1942).

C.H. Sutherland.  "Les tresors de Sutton Hoo et de Crondall."   

        In _Exposition Internationale de Numismatique_.  Paris, 1953.


10.  The Whetstone


W. Berges and A. Gauert.  "Die eiserne "Standarte" und das 'Szepter'

        aus dem Graber eines angelsaechsischen Koenigs bei Sutton Hoo (um

        650-660)." In P. Schramm, ed., _Herrschaftszeichen und

        Staatssymbolik_. Stuttgart, 1954.

S.L. Cohen.  "The Sutton Hoo Whetstone." _Speculum_ 41 (1966).

M.J. Enright.  "The Sutton Hoo Whetstone Sceptre: a Study in

        Iconography and Cultural Milieu."  _Anglo-Saxon England_ 11


V.I. Evison.  "Pagan Saxon Whetstones." _Antiquaries Journal_ 55


A. Gauert.  "Das 'Szepter' von Sutton Hoo."  In P. Schramm, ed.,

        _Herrschaftszeichen und Staatssymbolik_.  Stuttgart, 1954.

K. Hauck.  "Herrschaftszeichen eines wodentischen Koenigtums."

        _Jahrbuch fuer fraenkische Landesforschung_ 14 (1954).

J. Simpson.  "The King's Whetstone." _Antiquity_ 53 (1979).


11.  The Weapons and Armor


B. Almgren.  "Helmets, Crowns and Warrior's Dress from the Roman  

        Emperors to the Chieftains of Uppland."  In J.P. Lamm and H.A.,  

        Nordstrom, eds. _Vendel Period Studies: Transactions of the

        Boat-Grave Symposium in Stockholm, February 2-3, 1981_.

        Stockholm, 1983.

J.W. Anstee and L. Biek.  "A Study in Pattern-Welding."  _Medieval

        Archaeology_ 5 (1962).

D.G. Bird.  "Saxon Shield Boss and Two Spear Heads."  _Bulletin of

        the Surrey Archaeological Society_ 119 (1975).

R.L.S. Bruce-Mitford.  "The Sutton Hoo Helmet: a New

        Reconstruction." _British Museum Quarterly_ 36 (1972).

R.L.S. Bruce-Mitford.  "A Replica of the Sutton-Hoo Helmet Made in

        the Tower Armouries, 1973."  _Antiquaries Journal_ 54 (1974).

R.L.S. Bruce-Mitford.  "The Sutton Hoo Helmet-Reconstruction and the

        Design of the Royal Harness and Sword-Belt: A Reply to Hofrat Dr.

        Ortwin Gamber with some Additional Comments on the Sutton Hoo Arms

        and Armour."  _Journal of the Arms and Armour Society_ 10 (1982).

O. Cederloef.  "The Sutton Hoo Ship-Burial and Armour during the

        Vendel Period."  _Journal of the Arms and Armour Society_ 1


H.R. Ellis-Davidson.  "The Ring on the Sword." _Journal of the Arms

        and Armour Society_ 2 (1958).

H.R. Ellis-Davidson.  _The Sword in Anglo-Saxon England: Its

        Archaeology and Literature_.  Oxford, 1962.

R. Engstrom, S.M. Lankton, and A. Lesher-Engstrom.  _A Modern

        Replication Based on the Pattern-Welded Sword of Sutton Hoo_.

        Kalamazoo, 1989.

V.I. Evison.  "Sugar-loaf Shield Bosses." _Antiquaries Journal_ 43


V.I. Evison.  "The Dover Ring-Sword and Other Sword-Rings and Beads."

        _Archaeologia_ 101 (1967).

V.I. Evison.  "Sword Rings and Beads." _Archaeologia_ 105 (1976).

R.T. Farrell.  "SKATT: a Replica of the Pattern-Welded Sword from the

        Sutton Hoo Ship Burial."  _Old English Newsletter_ 22.2 (1989).

O. Gamber.  "The Sutton Hoo Military Equipment -- An Attempted

        Reconstruction." _Journal of the Arms and Armour Society_ 5


O. Gamber.  "Some Notes on the Sutton Hoo Arms and Armour."  _Journal

        of the Arms and Armour Society_ 10 (1982).

H. Haerke.  "Early Saxon Weapons Burials: Frequencies, Distributions,

        Weapon Combinations."  In S.C.Hawkes, ed., _Weapons and Warfare in

        Anglo-Saxon England_.  Oxford, 1989.

H. Haerke.  "Knives in Early Saxon Burials: Blade Length and Age at

        Death?" _Medieval Archaeology_ 33 (1989).

H. Mayron.  "The Sutton Hoo Shield." _Antiquity_ 20 (1946).

H. Mayron.  "The Sutton Hoo Helmet." _Antiquity_ 21 (1947).

H. Mayron.  "Pattern-welding and Damascening of Sword Blades, Pts. 1

        and 2." _Studies in Conservation_ 5 (1960).

C.S. Smith.  "The Structure of Metals as Seen Under the Microscope."

        _Proceedings of the Royal Institution of Great Britain_ 36 (1957).

M.J. Swanton.  _A Corpus of Pagan Anglo-Saxon Spear Types_.  Oxford,


J. Werner.  "Die Schwerter von Imola, Herbrechtingen, und

        Endrebacke." _Acta Archaeologica_ 21 (1950).


12.  The Jewellery


B. Arrhenius.  _Merovingian Garnet Jewellery: Emergence and Social  

        Implications_. Stockholm, 1985.

G. Arwidsson.  _Vendelstile, Email und Glas in 7.-8. Jahrhundert_.

        Uppsala, 1942.

R. Avent.  _Anglo-Saxon Disc and Composite Brooches_. Oxford, 1975.

M. Bimson.  "Dark Age Garnet Cutting." _Anglo-Saxon Studies in  

        Archaeology and History_ 4 (1985).

M. Bimson and M. Leese.  "The Characterization of Mounted Garnets and

        Its Value as Archaeological Evidence."  In J.P. Lamm and H.A.,  

        Nordstrom, eds. _Vendel Period Studies: Transactions of the

        Boat-Grave Symposium in Stockholm, February 2-3, 1981_.

        Stockholm, 1983.

P.D.C. Brown and F. Schweitzer.  "X-ray Fluorescent Analysis of

        Anglo-Saxon Jewellery."  _Archaeometry_ 15 (1973).

K.D.M. Dauncey.  "The Intrusive Elements in Anglo-Saxon Zoomorphic

        Style." _Journal of the British Archaeological Association_ 6


K. East.  "Cross-Hatched Foils from Sutton Hoo."   _Anglo-Saxon

        Studies in Archaeology and History_ 4 (1985).

V.I. Evison.  "Quoit Brooch Style Buckles." _Antiquaries Journal_ 48


S.C. Hawkes, J.M. Merrick, and D.M. Metcalf.  "X-ray Fluorescent

        Analysis of Some Dark Age Coins and Jewellery."  _Archaeometry_ 9


R. Jessup.  _Anglo-Saxon Jewellery_.  London, 1950.

T.D. Kendrick.  "The Sutton Hoo Finds.  II.  The Gold Ornaments."

        _British Museum Quarterly_ 13 (1939).

T.D. Kendrick.  "The Gold Ornaments of the Sutton Hoo Ship-Burial."

        _Antiquity_ 14 (1940).

T.D. Kendrick.  "The Archaeology of the Jewelery."  _Antiquity_ 14


T.D. Kendrick.  "The Archaeology of the Jewellery of the Sutton Hoo

        Ship-Burial." _Antiquity_ 14 (1940).

N.D. Meeks and R. Holmes.  "The Sutton Hoo Garnet Jewellery."

        _Anglo-Saxon Studies in Archaeology and History_ 4 (1985).  


13.  Textiles


J.W. Crowfoot.  "A Textile from Whitby."  _Archaeologia_ 89 (1943).

G.R. Owen-Crocker.  "Early Anglo-Saxon Dress: The Gravegoods and the

        Guesswork." _Textile History_ 18.2 (1987).


14.  The Spoons


R.E. Kaske.  "The Silver Spoons of Sutton Hoo." _Speculum_ 42


D.A. Sherlock.  "Saul, Paul and the Silver Spoons from Sutton Hoo."

        _Speculum_ 47 (1972).

D.A. Sherlock.  "An Early Christian Spoon Inscribed <<+PAVLVS>>."

        _Rivista di Archeologia Cristiano_ 1-4 (1974).

G. Ward.  "The Silver Spoon from Sutton Hoo." _Antiquity_ 26 (1952).


15.  Other Items


R.J.C. Atkinson and S. Piggott.  "The Torrs Chamfrein."

        _Archaeologia_ 96 (1955).

R.L.S. Bruce-Mitford.  "The Sutton Hoo Musical Instrument."

        _Archaeological News Letter_ 1 (1948).

E. Cruikshank-Dodd.  _Byzantine Silver Stamps_. Washington, D.C.,


M. Deanesley.  "Roman Traditionalist Influence among the Anglo-

        Saxons." _English Historical Review_ 58 (1943).

V.I. Evison.  "Anglo-Saxon Finds near Rainham, Essex, with a Study of

        Glass Drinking-horns."  _Archaeologia_ 96 (1955).

C.F.C. Hawkes.  "Bronze-workers, Cauldrons and Bucket Animals in

        Iron Age and Roman Britain."  In W.F. Grimes, ed., _Aspects of

        Archaeology in Britain and Beyond_.  London, 1951.

T.D. Kendrick.  "The Sutton Hoo Ship Burial.  III.  The Large

        Hanging-Bowl." _Antiquity_ 14 (1940).

T.D. Kendrick.  "The Sutton Hoo Finds.  V.  Other Finds."  _British

        Museum Quarterly_ 13 (1939).

T.D. Kendrick.  "Gourd Bottles from Sutton Hoo." _Antiquaries

        Journal_ 21 (1941).

E. Kitzinger.  "The Sutton Hoo Finds.  III.  The Silver."  _British

        Museum Quarterly_ 13 (1939).

E. Kitzinger.  "The Sutton-Hoo Ship Burial: The Silver."

        _Antiquity_ 14 (1940).

G. Lawson.  "Stringed Musical Instruments: Artefacts in the

        Archaeology of North-West Europe 500 B.C. - A.D. 1200."

        University of Cambridge Doctoral Dissertation, 1980 (unpublished).

B. Norman.  "The 'Standard' of Sutton Hoo -- A Torchholder?"

        _Antiquaries Journal_ 50 (1971).

C.L. Wrenn.  "Two Anglo-Saxon Harps." _Comparative Literature_ 14



16.  Palaeo-environmental Studies


B. Arrhenius, et al.  "Vegetational Development and Land Use in

        Vendel and Sutton Hoo."  _Norwegian Archaeological Review_ 23.1-2


H. Atkinson.  "The Boat Grave Studies of Sutton Hoo and Vendel: A

        Palaeoenvironmental Study."  _Norwegian Archaeological Review_

        23.1-2 (1990).


17.  Sutton Hoo and OE Literature


J. Bessinger.  "_Beowulf_ and the Harp at Sutton Hoo."  _University

        of Toronto Quarterly_ 27 (1957).

R.L.S. Bruce-Mitford, "Sutton Hoo and the Background to the Poem."

        In R. Girvan, ed., _Beowulf and the Seventh Century_.  London,


R.L.S. Bruce-Mitford and M.E. Bruce-Mitford.  "The Sutton Hoo Lyre,

        _Beowulf_ and the Origins of the Frame Harp."  _Antiquity_ 44


R. Cramp.  "Beowulf and Archaeology."  _Medieval Archaeology_     1


H.E. Davidson.  "Archaeology and _Beowulf_."  In G.N. Garmonsway and

        J. Simpson, eds., _Beowulf and Its Analogues_.  London, 1968.

H. Hasegawa.  "The Sutton Hoo Ship-Burial and _Beowulf_." _Annual

        Review of Science_ (Nihon University), 26 (1980) [in Japanese].

A.T. Hatto.  "Snake-swords and Boar-helms in _Beowulf_."  _English

        Studies_ 38 (1957).

S. Lindqvist.  "Sutton Hoo and _Beowulf_." _Antiquity_ 22 (1948).

J.L.N. O'Loughlin.  "Sutton Hoo -- the Evidence of the Documents."

        _Medieval Archaeology_ 8 (1964).

D. Whitelock.  "Anglo-Saxon Poetry and the Historian."  _Transactions

        of the Royal Historical Society_, 4th Ser., 31 (1949).

D. Whitelock.  _The Audience of Beowulf_.  Oxford, 1951.

P. Wormald.  "Bede, _Beowulf_, and the Conversion of the Anglo-Saxon

        Aristocracy." In R.T. Farrell, ed., _Bede and Anglo-Saxon

        England: Papers in Honour of the 1300th Anniversary of the Birth

        of Bede_. Oxford, 1978.

C.L. Wrenn.  "Sutton Hoo and Beowulf."  In _Melanges de linguistique

        et de philologie: Fernand Mosse in memoriam_.  Paris, 1959.


18.  Legal Issues


W.F. Grimes.  "The Salvaging of the Finds." _Antiquity_ 14 (1940).

G.F. Hill.  "A Note on the Sutton Hoo Inquest." _Antiquaries

        Journal_ 30 (1950).


19.  Bibliographies and Reviews


B. Arrhenius.  "Review of _Sutton Hoo Ship-Burial: Handbook_, 2nd

        ed." _Fornvaennen_ 68 (1973).

J. Bessinger, Jr.  "The Sutton Hoo Ship Burial: A Chronological

        Bibliography." _Speculum_ 33 (1958).

M. Biddle, et al.  "Sutton Hoo Published: A Review."  _Anglo-Saxon

        England_ 6 (1977).

F.P. Magnoun, Jr.  "The Sutton Hoo Ship Burial: A Chronological

        Bibliography." _Speculum_ 29 (1954).

J. Werner.  "Das Schiffsgrab von Sutton Hoo: Forschungsgeschichte und

        Informationsstand zwischen 1939 und 1980." _Germania_ 60 (1982).



From: renee at ct.med.ge.COM (Renee Raduechel 414 785-5117)

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Subject: Influential Books (fwd)

Date: 16 Feb 1994 10:02:59 -0500

Organization: The Internet


This list was compiled by someone on MEDIEV-L from responses to his

question concerning influential books of the 20th century which have

shaped "Medieval historiography."  The numbers in parentheses indicate

how many times a certain book was mentioned.


Aries, Philippe.  Centuries of Childhood

Barraclough, Geoffrey.  The Medieval Papacy

Barraclough, Geoffrey.  The Origins of Modern Germany

Bloch, Marc.  Feudal Society (5)

Bloch, Marc.  Royal Touch

Boswell, John.  Christianity, Social Tolerance, and Homosexuality

Braudel, Ferdinand.  Structures of Everyday Life

Brentano, Robert.  Rome Before Avignon

Brown, Peter.  World of Late Antiquity (2)

Brown, Peter.  The Cult of the Saints

Brown, Peter.  Augustine of Hippo (2)

Brunner, Otto.  Land and Lordship (2)

Burckhardt, Jacob.  The Civilization of the Renaissance in Italy

Bynum, Caroline Walker.  Holy Feast and Holy Fast (3)

Campbell, James.  The Anglo-Saxons

Carruthers, Mary.  The Book of Memory

Cheney, C. R.  Hubert Walter

Cohn, Norman.  The Pursuit of the Millenium

de Beauvoir, Simone.  The Second Sex.

Douglas, David.  William the Conqueror (2)

Duby, Georges.  La societe aux XIe et XIIe siecles dans la region


Duby, Georges.  Warrior and Peasants (2)

Fawtier, Robert.  The Capetian Kings of France.

Ganshof, Francois.  Feudalism.

Geary, Patrick.  Before France and Germany

Gilson, Etienne.  Reason and Revelation in the Middle Ages

Grundmann, Herbert.  Religiose Bewegungen im Mittelalter (2)

Hanawalt, Barbara.  The Ties That Bound: Peasant Families in

     Medieval England

Haskins, Charles Homer.  The Renaissance of the Twelfth Century (3)

Herlihy, David and Christiane Klapisch-Zuber.  Tuscans and Their


Hilton, R. H. and T. H. Fagan.  The English Rising of 1381

Hodges, Richard and David Whitehouse.  Mohammed, Charlemagne, and

     the Origin of Europe.

Huizinga, Johan.  The Waning of the Middle Ages (3)

Kantorowicz, Ernst.  Frederick II (3)

Kantorowitz, Ernst.  The Kings Two Bodies (3)

Keen, Maurice.  Chivalry

Kelly, Amy.  Eleanor of Aquitaine and the Four Kings

Kern, Fritz.  Kingship and Law in the Middle Ages

Knowles, David.  The Monastic Order in England

Le Roy Ladurie, Emmanuel.  Montaillou: The Promised Land of Error (2)

Leclercq, Jean.  Love of Learning and the Desire for God (2)

LeGoff, Jacques.  Time , Work and Culture inth teh he Middle Ages

Lewis, C. S.  The Allegory of Love

Leyser, Karl.  Medieval Germany and its Neighbours

Lopez, Robert.  The Commercial Revolution of the Middle Ages

Lord, Albert.  The Singer of Tales

Lovejoy, A. O.  The Great Chain of Being

McFarlane, K. B.  The Nobility of Later Medieval England

Mollat, Guillaume.  The Popes of Avignon

Moore, R. I.  The Formation of a Persecuting Society

Nelson, Janet.  Charles the Bald

Ostrogorsky, George.  History of the Byzantine State

Painter, Sidney.  William Marshall

Perroy, Eduoard.  The Hundred Years War

Pirenne, Henri.  Medieval Cities (2)

Pirenne, Henri.  Mohammad and Charlemagne (2)

Raby, F. J. E.  Secular Latin Poetry

Raby, F. J. E.  Christian Latin Poetry

Riche, Pierre.  Education and Culture in the Barbarian West

Riche, Pierre.  Daily Life in the Word of Charlemagne

Runciman, Steven.  History of the Crusades

Skinner, Quentin.  The Foundations of Modern Political Thought

Southern, R. W.  Making of the Middle Ages (6)

Southern, R. W.  Medieval Humanism

Southern, R. W.  Saint Anselm:  Portrait in a Landscape (2)

Stenton, Frank.  Anglo-Saxon England

Straw, Carol.  Gregory the Great:  Perfection in Imperfection

Strayer, Joseph.  On the Medieval Origins of the Modern State

Tellenbach, Gerd.  Church, State and Christian Society (2)

Tierney, Brian.  Foundations of the Conciliar theory

Ullman, Walter.  A History of Political Thought: The Middle Ages

Ullman, Walter.  A Shorter History of the Papacy

Van Dam, Raymond.  Leadership & Community in Late Antique Gaul

Wallace-Hadrill, J. M.  The Long-Haired Kings (2)

Warren, W. L.  Henry II

White, Lynn.  Medieval Technology and Social Change


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