2016

 

With J. Naylor. ‘Sceattas in Anglo-Saxon graves’, Medieval Archaeology 60/2, 205-241

 

With F. Minter and J. Plouviez. ‘Social and economic complexity in early medieval England: a central place complex of the East Anglian kingdom at Rendlesham, Suffolk’, Antiquity 90 (354), 1594-1612

 

2015

 

‘Chronology, burial and conversion: the case of England in the 7th century’. In C. Ruhmann and V Brieske (eds), Dying Gods—religious beliefs in northern and eastern Europe in the time of Christianisation, 73-83. Neue Studien zur Sachsenforschung 5

 

2014

 

With J. Caruth, F. Minter and J. Plouviez. Rendlesham, Park Field and Sand Walk (RLM 054 and 055): post-excavation assessment report. Suffolk County Council Archaeological Report 2014/130

 

With F. Minter and J.Plouviez. ‘Rendlesham Rediscovered’, British Archaeology 137, 50-55

 

2013

 

With A. Bayliss, J. Hines, K. Hřilund Nielsen and G. McCormac, Anglo-Saxon graves and grave goods of the sixth and seventh centuries AD: a chronological framework. Leeds: Society for Medieval Archaeology Monograph 33

 

‘Ipswich:contexts of funerary evidence from an urban precursor of the seventh century AD.’ In D. Bates and R. Liddiard (eds), East Anglia and its North Sea world in the Middle Ages, 218-229. Woodbridge: Boydell

 

‘Die Bekehrung der Angelsachsen’. In C. Stiegmann, M. Kroker and W. Walter (eds), CREDO. Christianisierung Europas im Mittelalter Band I, 192-201. Petersberg: Michael Imhof

 

‘Kreuzanhänger’. C. Stiegmann, M. Kroker and W. Walter (eds), CREDO. Christianisierung Europas im Mittelalter Band II, 210. Petersberg: Michael Imhof

 

‘The Buttermarket cemetery and origins of Ipswich in the seventh century AD’, Proceedings of the Suffolk Institute of Archaeology and History 43.i, 43-51

 

2012

 

‘The composite belt suite’. In R, Cowie and L. Blackmore, Lundenwic. Excavations in Middle Saxon London, 1987-2000, 284-286. MoLA Monograph 63. London: Museum of London Archaeology

 

‘Scales and weights’. In K. Parfitt and T. Anderson, Buckland Anglo-Saxon cemetery, Dover: excavations 1994, 150-153. Canterbury: Canterbury Archaeological Trust

 

2011

 

‘Ipswich—transformations of community and settlement in the seventh and eighth centuries’. In T. Panhuysen (ed.) Transformations in north-western Europe (AD 300-1000). Proceedings of the 60th Sachsensymposion 19-23 September 2009 Maastricht, 200-204. Neue Studien zur Sachsensforschung 3

 

‘Lyminge 2010: assessment of material culture assemblages (copper-alloy, bone/antler and vessel glass) from SFBs 1, 2 and 3’. http://www.reading.ac.uk/web/FILES/archaeology/Scull_2011_-_2010_small_finds.pdf

 

‘Social transactions, gift-exchange, and power in the archaeology of the fifth to seventh centuries.’ In H. Hamerow, D. Hinton and S. Crawford (eds) The Oxford Handbook of Anglo-Saxon Archaeology, 848-864. Oxford: Oxford University Press

 

‘Foreign identities in burials at the seventh-century English emporia.’ In S. Brookes, S. Harrington and A. Reynolds (eds), Studies in early Anglo-Saxon art and archaeology: papers in honour of Martin G. Welch, 82-87. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports 527

 

2009

 

Early medieval (late 5th – early 8th centuries AD) cemeteries at Boss Hall and Buttermarket, Ipswich, Suffolk . Leeds: Society for Medieval Archaeology Monograph 27

 

‘The Human Burials’ in S. Lucy, J. Tipper and A. Dickens, The Anglo-Saxon Settlement and Cemetery at Bloodmoor Hill, Carlton Colville, Suffolk , 385-426. Cambridge: East Anglian Archaeology Report 131

 

2002

 

‘Ipswich: development and contexts of an urban precursor in the seventh century’. In B. Hĺrd and L. Larsson (eds), Central Places in the Migration and Merovingian Periods, 303-315. Lund: Uppĺkrastudier 6

 

2001

 

‘Local and regional identities and processes of state formation in fifth- to seventh-century England: some archaeological problems’. In B. Arrhenius (ed.), Kingdoms and Regionality: transactions from the 49 Sachsensymposium 1998 in Uppsala , 121-125. Stockholm: Stockholm University Archaeological Research Laboratory

 

‘Burials at emporia in England’. In D. Hill and R. Cowie (eds), Wics: the early medieval trading centres of northern Europe, 67-74. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press

 

2000

 

‘How the dead live: some current approaches to the mortuary archaeology of England in the fifth to eighth centuries AD’, Archaeological Journal 157, 399-406

 

1999

 

‘Social archaeology and Anglo-Saxon kingdom origins’, Anglo-Saxon Studies in Archaeology and History 10 (1999), 17-24

 

With A. Bayliss: ‘Dating burials of the seventh and eighth centuries: a case-study from Ipswich, Suffolk.’ In J. Hines, K. Hřilund Nielsen and F. Siegmund (eds), The pace of change: studies in early medieval chronology, 80-88. Oxford: Oxbow

 

With A. Bayliss: ‘Radiocarbon dating and Anglo-Saxon graves’. In U. von Freeded, U. Koch and A. Wieczorek (eds), Völker an Nord- und Ostsee und die Franken. Akten des 48 Sachsensymposiums in Mannheim vom 7 bis 11 September 1997, 39-50. Bonn: Rudolph Habelt

 

1998

 

‘Migration Theory and Early England: some contexts and dynamics of cultural change’, Studien zur Sachsenforschung 11 (1998), 177-185

 

1997

 

‘Urban centres in pre-Viking England?’. In J. Hines (ed.), The Anglo-Saxons from the Migration Period to the eighth century: an ethnographic perspective, 269-310. Woodbridge: Boydell

 

With G. Turner-Walker: ‘Microfauna in Anglo-Saxon graves: entomological evidence at Boss Hall and the Butter Market, Ipswich’. In A. Sinclair, E. Slater and J. Gowlett (eds), Archaeological Sciences 1995: proceedings of a conference on the application of scientific techniques to the study of archaeology, 320-327. Oxford: Oxbow

 

1995

 

‘Approaches to material culture and social dynamics of the Migration Period in eastern England’. In J. Bintliffe and H. Hamerow (eds), Europe between Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages: recent archaeological and historical research in western and southern Europe, 71-83. Oxford: BAR S617

 

With C.C. Haselgrove: ‘The changing structure of rural settlement in southern Picardie during the first millennium AD’. In J. Bintliffe and H. Hamerow (eds), Europe between Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages: recent archaeological and historical research in western and southern Europe, 58-70. Oxford: BAR S617

 

1993

 

‘Archaeology, early Anglo-Saxon society and the origins of Anglo-Saxon kingdoms’, Anglo-Saxon Studies in Archaeology and History 6 (1993), 65-82

 

1992

 

‘Before Sutton Hoo: structures of power and society in early East Anglia’. In M.O.H. Carver (ed.), The age of Sutton Hoo: the seventh century in north-western Europe, 3-23. Woodbridge: Boydell

 

‘Excavation and survey at Watchfield, Oxfordshire, 1983-92’, Archaeological Journal 149, 124-281

 

‘Balances and weights from Anglo-Saxon graves: implications for the contexts of exchange’, Studien zur Sachsenforschung 8 (1992), 97-102

 

With C.C. Haselgrove: ‘The Romanization and de-Romanization of Belgic Gaul: the rural settlement evidence’. In M. Wood and F.M.V.R. Queiroga (eds), Current research on aspects of the Romanization of the western provinces, 9-24. Oxford: BAR S575

 

1991

 

‘Post-Roman phase 1 at Yeavering: a re-consideration’, Medieval Archaeology 35, 51-63

 

1990

 

‘Scales and weights in early Anglo-Saxon England’, Archaeological Journal 147, 183-215

 

With A.F. Harding: ‘Two early medieval cemeteries at Milfield, Northumberland’, Durham Archaeological Journal 6, 1-29

 

With J. Evans: ‘Fieldwork on the Roman fort site at Blennerhasset, Cumbria’, Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmoreland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society 90, 127-137

 

1988

 

‘Excavations in the cloister of St Frideswide’s Priory, 1985’, Oxoniensia 53, 21-73. [Reprinted in W.J. Blair (ed.), St Frideswide’s monastery at Oxford: archaeological and architectural studies (1990)]

 

1986

 

‘A sixth-century grave containing a balance and weights from Watchfield, Oxfordshire, England’, Germania 64, 105-38

 

‘‘With C. Mortimer and M. Pollard: ‘Analysis of Anglo-Saxon copper-alloy finds from Watchfield, Oxfordshire’, Journal of Historical Metallurgy 20 (1986), 36-42

 

1985

 

‘Further evidence from East Anglia for enamelling on early Anglo-Saxon metalwork’, Anglo-Saxon Studies in Archaeology and History 4 (1985), 117-24

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Consultant Archaeologist

Chris Scull

Selected Publications

Early medieval (late 5th – early 8th centuries AD) cemeteries at Boss Hall and Buttermarket, Ipswich, Suffolk (2009). Leeds: Society for Medieval Archaeology Monograph 27

 

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Anglo-Saxon graves and grave goods of the sixth and seventh centuries AD: a chronological framework (2013). Leeds: Society for Medieval Archaeology Monograph 33

 

http://www.maney.co.uk/index.php/series/sma_monographs