Full list of publications
Early prehistoric pottery, in I. Roberts and P. Weston Excavations at Rossington Grange Farm, South Yorkshire, Yorks Archaeol. Journ. 88, 18-21
(with H. Maclean) Digging up Dere Street: the archaeology of an ancient route, British Archaeology, Sept/Oct, 24-9
(with D. Knight) Engaging communities in Heritage Research: regional research frameworks as mechanisms for stimulating research and enhancing public understanding, in J.S. Ghattas, D. Henson and Y.F. Willumsen (eds) Managing Archaeological Heritage, Kristiansand, 6-15
Newgate Foot stone setting, Allerston, North Yorkshire: report on the re-erection of a fallen stone, The Archaeological Forum Journal, 3, 1-8
Prehistoric pottery, and cup-marked stones, in A. Platell Archaeological investigations along the Roman road through Chester-le-Street, County Durham, Durham Archaeol. Journ. 19, 62 and 65-66
Pottery, in P. Rowe A Bronze Age Beaker from Howl’s Nest, Maltby, Stockton-on-Tees, Durham Archaeol. Journ., 19, 2-4
(with R. Fraser and D. Ronan) Managing the Historic Environment of the Yorkshire Uplands, in M. Atherden and V. Wallace (eds) The Future of the Uplands: Prospects for Northern England, York: Place, 61-79
Contributions to J. Harding Cult, Religion and Pilgrimage Archaeological Investigations at the Neolithic and Bronze Age Monument Complex of Thornborough, North Yorkshire
The Tortie Stone revisited, Trans. Cumb. Westmorland Archaeol. Soc. Ser 3, 13, 17-32
(With S.J. Sherlock) Evidence for Iron Age salt-working at Street House, Loftus, North East Yorks, Yorks. Archaeol. Journ.
Contributions to J. Zant and C. Howard-Davis (eds) Scots Dyke to Turnpike: The Archaeology of the A66, Greta Bridge to Scotch Corner, Lancaster Imprint 18
2012 | Finding a dim far away past: nineteenth-century archaeological endeavour in Cleveland, Yorkshire Archaeol. Journ. 84, 22-37
(with D. Knight and C. Allen) East Midlands Heritage: An Updated Research Agenda and Strategy for the Historic Environment of the East Midlands
The Archaeology of Roman Dere Street
2011 | (with I. Wall) A Neolithic cairn at Whitwell, Derbyshire, Derbyshire Archaeological Journal, 131, 1-131
A new context for rock art: a Late Neolithic and Early Bronze Age ritual monument at Fylingdales, North Yorkshire, Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 77, 1–23
(with J. Richardson) An exotic Early Bronze Age funerary assemblage from Stanbury, West Yorkshire, Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 77, 49-63
(with J. Innes, D. Long and W. Mitchell) The archaeology of the Washlands: a review, in Bridgeland, D., Innes, J., Long, D. and Mitchell, W. (eds) Late Quaternary Landscape Evolution of the Swale-Ure Washland, North Yorkshire, 211-33
2009 | Prehistoric and Roman archaeology (with N. Redfern), in Leach, P. and Pevsner, N. Yorkshire West Riding: Leeds, Bradford and the North, 7-12
The North York Moors: marginal settlement or marginal evidence?, Ruralia VII, 77-89
Pottery from fieldwalking and excavation, in R. Daniels, The deserted medieval village of High Worsall, North Yorkshire, Durham Archaeol. Journ. 18, 82-85
2008 | Rock art in Cleveland and North-East Yorkshire: contexts and chronology, in Mazel, A., Nash, G. and Waddington, C., Art as Metaphor: The Prehistoric Rock Art of the British Isles, 91-110
(with N. Redfern) Fylingdales Moor: A lost landscape rises from the ashes, Current Archaeology, 19.10, 20-27
2007 | Fylingdales: Wildfire and Archaeology
A great north route in Neolithic and Bronze Age Yorkshire: the evidence of landscape and monuments, Landscapes, 8, 69-84
Wildfire revelations, Voice of the Moors, 89, 14-15
The pottery, in S.J. Sherlock, The Excavation of an Iron Age Settlement at Street House, Loftus, North-East Yorkshire 2004-2006, 22-29
2006 | (with D. Knight) Making Archaeology Matter: Quarrying and Archaeology in the Trent Valley
2005 | Early prehistoric pottery, in I. Roberts (ed) Ferrybridge Henge: The Ritual Landscape, Yorkshire Archaeology, 10, 127-30
Pottery, in M. Waughman (ed) Archaeology and Environment of Submerged Landscapes in Hartlepool Bay, England, Tees Archaeology Monograph, 2, 16-17
2004 | (with A.J. Long, D.R .Bridgland, J.B. Innes, A.M. Wishart and M. Rutherford) The Swale-Ure Washlands: Landscape History and Human Impacts
2003 | Pottery, in C. Moloney, R. Holbrey, P. Wheelhouse and I. Roberts Catterick Racecourse, North Yorkshire: The Reuse and Adaptation of a Monument from Prehistoric to Anglian Times, Archaeological Services (WYAS) Publications, 4, 30-35
(with T.G. Manby and A. King) The Neolithic and Early Bronze Ages: a time of early agriculture, in T.G. Manby, S. Moorhouse and P. Ottoway (eds) The Archaeology of Yorkshire: An Assessment at the Beginning of the 21st century, Yorkshire Archaeological Society Occasional Paper, 3, 35-113
Excavations at Low Farm, Thornton, Cleveland, Durham Archaeological Journal, 17, 17-24
Contributions to R.A. Butlin (ed) Historical Atlas of North Yorkshire, 30-34, and 42-47
2001 | The Archaeology of the Stainmore Pass: an Archaeological Survey of Bowes Moor, Co. Durham, Undertaken in Conjunction with the Improvement of the A66 Trans-Pennine Trunk Road, Tees Archaeology Monograph, 1
Clegyr Boia: a potential Neolithic enclosure and associated monuments on the St David’s peninsula, south-west Wales, in T. Darvill and J. Thomas (eds) Neolithic Enclosures in Atlantic Northwest Europe, 78-90
The earlier prehistoric pottery, in I. Roberts, A. Burgess and D. Berg (eds) A New Link to the Past: The Archaeological Landscape of the M1 - A1 Link Road, Yorkshire Archaeology, 7, 149-53
2000 | Lost horizons: the location of activity in the later Neolithic and early Bronze Age in north-east England, in J. Harding (ed) Northern Pasts, BAR, 302, 101-10.
Whorlton Old Holy Cross Church, Swainby, North Yorkshire: Report on archaeological recording carried out in conjunction with repair work, 1996-7, Yorks. Archaeol. Journ., 71, 129-53.
1998 |(ed) Archaeological Journal, 154.
1997 |(ed) Archaeological Journal, 153.
Pottery, in M. Waughman, Excavations of a Mesolithic site at Highcliffe Nab, Guisborough, Durham Archaeol. Journ., 12, 11.
(ed) Archaeological Journal, 152.
The edge of nowhere?, Voice of the Moors, Autumn 1996, 8.
(ed) Moorland Monuments: Studies in the Archaeology of North-east Yorkshire in Honour of Raymond Hayes and Don Spratt, CBA Research Report, 101.
The brides of place: cross-ridge boundaries reviewed, in B. E. Vyner (ed) Moorland Monuments: Studies in the Archaeology of North-east Yorkshire in Honour of Raymond Hayes and Don Spratt, CBA Research Report, 101, 16-30.
Restoring HMS Trincomalee, Heritage Development, Sept 1995, 52-3.
The pottery, in J.M. Lewis, Excavations at Loughor Castle, West Glamorgan 1969-73, Archaeologia Cambrensis, 142, 124-42.
Temporarily Removed? Museums, Archaeology and the New Heritage, Museum Archaeologist, 18, 33-35.
This modern wilderness: the identity of Cleveland, Cleveland History, 65, 2-12.
Reviews in Archaeological Journal, 150.
The territory of ritual: cross-ridge boundaries and the prehistoric landscape of the Cleveland Hills, northeast England, Antiquity, 68, 27-38.
Field survey of Great Ayton Moor, North Yorkshire, YAS Prehistory Research Section Bulletin 31, 7-10
York and its environs, in H. Swain (ed) Rescuing the Historic Environment, 41-44.
(ed) Building on the Past: 150th Anniversary Volume of the Royal Archaeological Institute.
1993 |Reviews in Archaeological Journal, 149.
The native and Romano-British pottery, in R. Annis, Two Romano-British settlement sites at Coulby Newham, Cleveland, Yorkshire Archaeological Society Roman Antiquities Section Bulletin.
(ed) P.R. Robinson Archaeology on the Stainmore Pass: The A66 Project (Durham).
The pottery, in K.W.B Lightfoot Rumney Castle, a ringwork and manorial centre in south- east Glamorgan, Medieval Archaeology, 36, 145-51
A baked clay weight from Kirkleatham, Cleveland, Durham Archaeol. Journ., 7, 1-2.
Reviews in Archaeological Journal, 148, 302-3, 325-6.
(with J. Chartrand and J.D. Richards) Bridging the urban - rural gap: GIS and the York Environs Project, in J. Andersen, T. Madsen and I. Scollar (eds) Computing the Past: Computer Applications and Qualitative Methods in Archaeology (Aarhus), 159-66.
Excavations at Oxwich Castle, Gower, 1974-5: The pottery assemblage, Medieval Pottery in Wales, 11, 36-45.
(with C.E. Batey and C.D. Morris) A tenth century carved bone strip from Ferryhill, County Durham, Durham Archaeol. Journ., 6, 31-3.
The Heritage of the Great North? Museums Journ., 91, 23-8.
Out of site, out of mind? The integration of archaeology into interpretation schemes in Cleveland, Scottish Archaeological Review, 7, 125-30.
Bronze Age activity on the Eston Hills, Cleveland, Yorks. Archaeol. Journ., 63, 25-49.
(ed) Medieval Rural Settlement in North-East England (Durham), Archaeological and Architectural Society of Durham and Northumberland.
Air photographic evidence for medieval settlement and land-use in the lower Tees Valley, in B. E. Vyner (ed) Medieval Rural Settlement in North-East England 9-18, Durham, Archaeological and Architectural Society of Durham and Northumberland, 9- 18.
The Street House Wossit: The excavation of a late Neolithic and early Bronze Age palisaded ritual monument at Street House, Loftus, Cleveland, Proceedings Prehistoric Society, 54, 173-202.
The Hillfort at Eston Nab, Cleveland, Archaeol. Journ., 145, 60-98.
(with L. Still and R. Bewley) A decade of air survey in Cleveland and the Tees Valley hinterland and a strategy for air survey in County Durham, Durham Archaeol. Journ., 5, 1-10.
(with R. Daniels) Further investigation of the Romano-British settlement site at Catcote, Hartlepool, Cleveland, 1987, Durham Archaeol. Journ., 5, 11-34.
Air photographic evidence for later prehistoric and Romano-British agricultural systems in the Vale of Glamorgan, Transactions Cardiff Naturalists Society, 100, 26-38.
The Napoleonic Beacon on Eston Nab, Cleveland and Teesside Local History Society Bulletin, 54, 1-5.
(with D.W.H. Allen) A Romano-British Settlement at Caldicot, Gwent, in D.M. Robinson (ed) Biglis, Caldicot and Llandough: Three Late Iron Age and Romano-British Sites in South-East Wales, British Archaeological Reports, 188, 67-122 plus additional material included under the editor’s name!
The Street House Wossit, Current Archaeology 10, 124-27
(With S. Sherlock) A Romano-British site at Larchfield Farm, Hemlington, Cleveland: The results of fieldwork and excavation, YAS Roman Antiquities Section Bulletin 4, 30-33
(with L. Still) Air photographic evidence for later prehistoric settlement in the Tees valley, Durham Archaeol. Journ. 2, 11-23
(with J. Mennear) A collection of bronze implements from Hartlepool, Cleveland, Durham Archaeol. Journ. 2, 7-9
(with J. White) Romano-British fields and farms in the Vale of Glamorgan, Britannia14, 245-46
1986 |Woodbarn, Wiston: a Pembrokeshire rath, Archaeologia Cambrensis 135, 121-33
The excavation of a Neolithic cairn at Street House, Loftus, Cleveland, Proceedings Prehistoric Society 50, 151-95
Street House, Current Archaeology 8, 342-43
A Saxon burial from Norton-on-Tees, Cleveland, Medieval Archaeology 28, 173-75
Excavations at Woodbarn Rath, Wiston, 1969, Archaeologia Cambrensis 131, 49-57
Archaeology and the M4 Bridgend Northern Bypass: II, A group of pillow mounds on Cefn Hirgoed, Bridgend, Glamorgan, Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 29, 850-58
Vale Fabric: a medieval pottery industry in Glamorgan, Medieval and Later Pottery in Wales 5, 31-43
Pottery from fieldwork and excavation at Wrinstone, Glamorgan, Medieval and Later Pottery in Wales 4, 8-11
Medieval and post-medieval pottery from Llandough, Glamorgan, Medieval and Later Pottery in Wales 4, 12-25
Medieval pottery from Tredegar Park, Gwent, Medieval and Later Pottery in Wales 3, 1-3
(with J. Bennett and J.H.T. Jones) A medieval and later water-mill at Norton-on-Tees, Cleveland, Industrial Archaeology Review 4, 171-76
Archaeology and the M4 Bridgend Northern Bypass II, An earthwork enclosure on Cefn Hirgoed, Bridgend, Glamorgan, Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 29, 157-63
(with J.M. Lewis) Medieval pottery from Loughor Castle, Medieval and Later Pottery in Wales 2, 1-13
Mole trapping in South Wales, Folklife 17, 14-19
(with J. Bennett) The Watermill at Norton-on-Tees
Cropmarks at Llanmartin, Gwent, Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 28, 343-46
(with S. Wrathmell and S. Wrathmell) The manor and township of Wrinstone, South Glamorgan, Trans. Cardiff Naturalists Soc. 99, 15-27
Excavations at Great Bulmore, near Caerleon, Cambrian Archaeological Association Monographs and Collections 1, Roman Sites, 25-34
(with G.C. Evans), The excavation of a Roman pottery kiln at Llanedeyrn, Cardiff, Cambrian Archaeological Association Monographs and Collections 1, Roman Sites, 120- 29
(with S. Wrathmell) The deserted village of Wrinstone, Glamorgan, Trans. Cardiff Naturalists Soc. 98, 19-29
A possible kiln site at Llanfarach, Glamorgan, Medieval and Later Pottery in Wales 1, 40- 44
The excavation of a standing stone at Miskin, Llantrisant, Glamorgan, Archaeologia Cambrensis 126, 17-23
The Vervil earthwork, Merthyr Mawr, Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 27, 328-29