A bibliography of early medieval numismatic literature

Post-Roman to Pre-Conquest

This numismatic bibliography is a compilation of material from major sources including Grierson & Blackburn’s Medieval European Coinage, Gannon’s An Iconography of Early Anglo-Saxon Coinage, Cook and Williams’ Coinage and History in the North Sea World c.500-1250 AD, the International Numismatic Commission’s Survey of Numismatic Research and the personal bibliographies of some of our more prolific authors. It includes all the relevant volumes from the British Academy series Sylloge of Coins of the British Isles. David Greenhalgh’s magnum opus Cumulative Index to Spink’s Numismatic Circular, volumes 1-100, has proved invaluable as has both his and Robert Thompson’s versions of Contents of the British Numismatic Journal.  

I am very grateful to all those who have willingly contributed to this compilation, amongst whom I particularly thank Martin Allen, the late Mark Blackburn, Claus Feveile, Anna Gannon, David Greenhalgh, Michael Metcalf, Rory Naismith, Robert Thompson, Wybrand Op den Velde, and Gareth Williams. My effort has been purely organisational.  

The original objective was to provide a consolidated database of the Anglo-Saxon and early medieval period as a supplement to Studies in Early Medieval Coinage (SiEMC) volume 3 to give students unified access to research material. For this reason, the listing is inclusive - it incorporates some titles on related subject areas (e.g. art and iconography), numismatics beyond the immediate scope and period. However, the SiEMC Advisory Council decided not to include the bibliography in volume 3 in hardcopy, but to seek means of publishing it online as a searchable resource, which could have significant advantages. In comparison to a static hardcopy bibliography, an electronic version is dynamic – it can be edited, corrected, augmented, updated, collated with other bibliographies and searched. The last feature provides a particularly powerful tool for both researchers and casual enquirers if the search keys are flexible, if broad access is facilitated, and if resources are available for regular maintenance.  

Given that some sources are available only in printed, as opposed to electronic, format, character recognition software has been used to digitize such text. Unfortunately, this resulted in a substantial number of errors of a wide variety of types and a loss of formatting – misread letters, omissions and unintended insertions, spacing errors, loss of italicisation, hyphenation, punctuation and line continuity errors to name but a few. It is hoped that such inaccuracies have been identified by proof reading and corrected, but no doubt, some inconsistencies will have escaped unnoticed. These are entirely the responsibility of the present compiler.  

Inevitably, the sources from which this input is taken have their own style of presentation, which differ significantly from each other and from the house style adopted by SiEMC. Varying use of italics, superscripts, underlines and abbreviations is compounded by ibid, idem, op. cit. and loc. cit. citations whose integrity is lost in this composite work. Harvard style has been implemented in this listing. A purist would insist on absolute consistency and if the current work falls short of this high standard, it will provide an objective for future revisions. It is hoped to publish the information in an electronic format facilitating data searches and sort routines.

Self evidently, numismatists have an appreciation of detail, so I trust they are not intolerably offended by any lack of care. Satis caveat.


Abbreviations

Annales ESC

Annales d'histoire économique et sociale

ANS

American Numismatic Society

AntJ

Antiquaries Journal

ASE

Anglo-Saxon England, (Cambridge Studies in)

ASFN

Annuaire de la Societe francaise de numismatique

BAR

British Archaeological Reports

BCEN

Bulletin du Centre d'Etudes numismatiques (Brussels)

BL

British Library

BM

British Museum

BMC

British Museum Catalogue: Keary 1887.

BMF

Blatter fur Munzfreunde

BMNA

Bulletin mensuel de numismatique et d' archeologie

BMSB

British Museum Society Bulletin

BN

Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris

BNF

 Berliner Numismatische Forschungen

BNJ

British Numismatic Journal

BNJi

British Numismatic Journal, Contents, volumes 1-77, 1903/4-2007, R. H. Thompson

BNS

British Numismatic Society

BSFN

Bulletin de la Société française de numismatique

C&H

Coinage and History in the North Sea World

CBA

Council for British Archaeology

CCNB Newsletter

The Newsletter of the Coordinating Committee for Numismatics in Britain

CH

Coin Hoards

CN

Coinage in Northumbria: 'Coinage in Ninth-Century Northumbria. The Tenth Oxford Symposium on Coinage and Monetary History', (BAR Brit. ser. 180; Oxford).

CNS

Corpus Nummorum Saeculorum

CR

Coin Register: see the British Numismatic Journal of the relevant year.

CTCE

C.E. Blunt, B.H.I.H. Stewart and C.S.S. Lyon, Coinage in Tenth-Century England (Oxford, 1989)

DAN

Grierson 1979a (Dark Age Numismatics)

DJBN

Deutsches Jahrbuch fur Numismatik

Dolley

Anglo-Saxon Monetary History

EcHR

Economic History Review

EHR

English Historical Review

EMC

Early Medieval Corpus of Coin Finds

FPL

Fixed Price List

GM

Gentleman’s Magazine

HBN

Hamburger Beitrage zur Numismatik

HRE

Holy Roman Empire

Hunterian

Hunterian and Coats Collection, University of Glasgow: see Robertson 1961.

JBAA

Journal of the British Archaeological Association

JESHO

Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient

JMP

Jaarboek voor Munt- en Penningkunde

JNG

Jahrbuchfur Numismatik una Geldgeschichte

KCA

Kings, Currency and Alliances. The History of Southern England in the Ninth Century

LMN

Grierson 1979b, Later Medieval Numismatics

MBNG

Mitteilungen der Bayerischen Numismatischen Gesellschaft

MBS

Mail Bid Sale

MEC

P. Grierson and M.A.S. Blackburn, Medieval European Coinage (Cambridge, 1986)

Med.Arch.

Medieval Archaeology

MIN

Metallurgy in Numismatics

MN

Museum Notes (American Numismatic Society)

MoE

The Making of England: see Webster & Backhouse (eds.) 1991.

NC

Numismatic Chronicle

NC

Numismatic Chronicle

NCirc or SNC

(Spink's) Numismatic Circular

NNA or NNÅ

Nordisk Numismatisk Årsskrift

NNF-Nytt

Norsk Numismatisk Forening, Nytt

NNM

Numismatic Notes and Monographs (American Numismatic Society)

NNUM

Nordisk Numismatik Unions Medlemsblad

NZ

Numismatische Zeitschrift

ODNB

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography

OJA

Oxford Journal of Archaeology

PAS

Portable Antiquities Scheme

PRO

Public Record Office

ProcINC

Proceedings of the International Numismatic Congress

PSAS

Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland

QT

Quaderni ticinesi (di) numismatica e antichita classiche

RBN

Revue beige de numismatique

RHS

Royal Historical Society

RIN

Rivista italiana di numismatica

RN

Revue Numismatique

RNS

Royal Numismatic Society

RSN

Revue suisse de numismatique (Schweizerische Numismatische Rundschau)

SCBI

Sylloge of Coins of the British Isles (British Academy series)

SCMB

Seaby's Coin and Medal Bulletin

SiEMC

Studies in Early Medieval Coinage

SM

Schweizerische Munzblatter

SNC or NCirc

Spink's Numismatic Circular

SNT

Svensk Numismatisk Tidskrift.

SNR

Surveys of Numismatic Research

T&S

Thrymsas and Sceattas in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford: see D. M. Metcalf 1993-94.

TAR

Treasure Annual Report

TMP

Tijdschrift voor Munt- en Penningkunde

TNA: PRO

The National Archives: Public Record Office

TTRC

Treasure Trove Review Committee

YN or YorksNum

Yorkshire Numismatic Journal

ZfN

Zeitschrift fur Numismatik

 


The Early Medieval Numismatic Bibliography
Anon., 1998, ‘Rare Anglo-Saxon Coin Find’, Dean Archaeology 11, pp. 4–5 [gold shilling from Newent].
Anon., 1999, ‘Saxon Hoard at Appledore’, Kent Archaeological Review 136 (Summer 1999), pp. 127–9.
Aaby, B., 2006, ‘Pollenanalyser fra markedspladsen I Ribe’, ASR 9 Posthuset og ASR 951 Plejehjemmet Riberhus, in C. Feveile (ed.), Det ældste Ribe. Udgravninger på nordsiden af Ribe Å 1984–2000 Bind 1. Ribe Studier 1.1, pp. 133–45. English summary.
Aarsleff, E., 2000–2, ‘Single Finds of Viking-Age Coins at Kirke Hyllinge and Vester Egesborg (Sealand, Denmark) – some preliminary considerations on coin use’, NNÅ 2006 for 2000–2, pp. 173–89.
Aarts, J., 1994, ‘Romeinse munten op de horden’, in W. A. Van Es and W. A. M. Hessing (eds.), Romeinen, Friezen en Franken in het hart van Nederland: van Trajectun tot Dorestad (90 v. Chr.–950 n Chr.). Rijksdienst voor het Oudheidkundig Bodemonderzoek (Utrecht/Amersfoort), pp. 138–44.
Abdy, R., 2006, ‘After Patching: Imported and Recycled Coinage in Fifth and Sixth Century Britain’, in C&H, pp. 75–98.
Abdy, R. and Williams, G., 2006, ‘A Catalogue of Hoards and Single Finds from the British Isles c. AD 410–675’, in C&H, pp. 11–74.
Åberg, N., 1943–7, The Orient and the Occident in the Art of the Seventh Century (3 vols) (Stockholm).
Abramson, T., 1997 (ed.) YN3, [YN1 (1988) J. M. Ferrett and P. J. Seaby (eds.), 2 (1992) J. M. Ferrett, P. J. Seaby and A. Humphries (eds.)].
Abramson, T., 2002, ‘A Second Wolf Head/Running Fledgling Sceat’, SNC 110, p. 335.
Abramson, T., 2006, Sceattas: An Illustrated Guide, Anglo-Saxon Coins and Icons (King’s Lynn).
Abramson, T. (ed.), 2008, Studies in Early Medieval Coinage: Proceedings of the International Sceatta Symposium and additional material, The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, April 2006 (Woodbridge).
Abramson, T., 2008, ‘Some New Types’, in SiEMC 1, pp. 31–44.
Abramson, T., 2008, ‘The Beowulf Collection’, in SiEMC 1, pp. 125–54.
Abramson, T., 2008, ‘The Patrick Finn Sceatta Index and Analysis: A Collector’s Perspective’, in SiEMC 1, pp. 155–96.
Abramson, T., 2011, BNJ Coin Register sceat index, SiEMC 2, pp. 217–246.
Abramson, T., 2012, Anglo-Saxon Counterfeits: Fakes, Forgeries & Facsimiles A.D. 600–1066 (Leeds).
Abramson, T., 2012, The Roman influence on early Anglo-Saxon coinage, YN, 4, pp. 73–104.
Abramson, T., 2012, Sceats: how do we assess their success? YN, 4, pp. 105–134.
Abramson, T., 2012, Sceatta List. An Illustrated and Priced Catalogue of Sceats for Collectors (Leeds).
Adamson, J., 1834/6, ‘An Account of the Discovery at Hexham, in Northumberland, of a Brass Vessel, Containing a Number of Anglo-Saxon Coins Called Stycas’, Archaeologia 25 (1834), 279–310; 26 (1836), 346–8; reprinted in Archæologia Æliana 3, 2 (1840), pp. 77–111.
Adamson J., 1836, ‘Further Account of the Anglo-Saxon Coins, Called Stycas, Recently Discovered at Hexham, in the County of Northumberland’, Archaeologia 26, pp. 346–8.
Addyman, P. and Hill, D. H., 1968, ‘Saxon Southampton: A Review of the Evidence’, Proc. Hampshire Field Club 25, pp. 61–93.
Adelson, H. I., 1957, ‘A Note on the Miliarense from Constantine to Heraclius’, MN 7, pp. 125–35.
Adelson, H. I., 1957, ‘Light Weight Solidi and Byzantine Trade during the Sixth and Seventh Centuries’, Numismatic Notes and Monographs 138 (New York, 1957) pp. 76-77.
Adelson, H. I., 1958, ‘Silver Currency and Values in the Early Byzantine Empire’, in H. Ingholt (ed.), Centennial Publication of the ANS (New York), pp. 1–26.
Adelson, H. I., 1967, ‘The Monetary Deterioration in the Fifth Century’, in A. Kindler (ed.), The Patterns of Monetary Development in Palestine and Phoenicia in Antiquity (Tel Aviv), pp. 262–82.
Adelson, H. I. and Kustas, G. I., 1960, ‘A Bronze Hoard of the Period of Leo I’, MN 9, pp. 139–88.
Adelson, H. I. and Kustas, G. I., 1962, ‘A Bronze Hoard of the Period of Zeno I’, NNM 148 (New York).
Adelson, H. I. and Kustas, G. I., 1964, ‘A Sixth Century Hoard of Minimi from the Western Peloponnese’, MN 11, pp. 159–205.
Adhemar, J., 1934, ‘Le trésor d’argenterie donné par Saint Didier aux églises d’Auxerre (VIle siècle)’, Revue archeologique 6 vol. 4, pp. 44–54.
Aebischer, P., 1965, ‘Roland, mythe ou personnage historique?’, Revue belge de philologie et d’histoire 43, pp. 849–901.
Ager, B. and Williams, G., 2011, The Vale of York Viking hoard: preliminary catalogue, SiEMC 2, pp. 135–145.
Akerman, J. Y., 1842, ‘Rude Coins Discovered in England’, NC1 5, v30–4.
Akerman, J. Y., 1842, ‘The Gold “Mancus”’, NC 5, pp. 122–4.
Akerman, J. Y., 1843–4, ‘Description of Some Merovingian, and Other Gold Coins, Discovered in the Parish of Crondale, in Hampshire, in the Year 1828’, NC 1 vol. 6, pp. 171–82.
Akerman, J. Y., 1855, Remains of Pagan Saxondum (London).
Albrecht, C., 1957, Dortmunder Fund römischer Goldmünzen (Dortmund).
Alcock, L., 1993, ‘Image and icon in Pictish sculpture’, in R. M. Spearman and J. Higgitt (eds.), The Age of Migrating Ideas (Edinburgh), pp. 230–6.
Alcock, S. E. (ed.), 1997, The Early Roman Empire in the East (Oxford).
Alexander, J. J. G. 1978, Insular Manuscripts, 6th to the 9th Century, A Survey of Manuscripts Illustrated in the British Isles, vol. I (London).
Alexander, J. and Pullinger, J. (eds.), 2000, Roman Cambridge: Excavations on Castle Hill 1956–1988’, Proc. Cambridge Antiq. Soc. 48 for 1999.
Alexander, J. J. G., 1976, ‘The illustrated manuscript of the Notitia Dignitatum’, in R. Goodburn and P. Bartholomew (eds.), Aspects of the Notitia Dignitatum, BAR Supp. Ser. 15 (Oxford), pp. 11–25.
Alexander, M. (ed.), 1995, Beowulf (London).
Alexander, S., 1997, ‘Daniel themes on the Irish High Crosses’, in C. E. Karkov, M. Ryan and R. T. Farrell (eds.), The Insular Tradition (New York), pp. 99–114.
Alfõldi, A., 1934, ‘Eine spätromische Helmform und ihre Schicksale im Germanisch-Romanischen Mittelalter’, Acta Archaeologica 5, pp. 99–144.
Alföldi, M. R., 1968, ‘Le trésor de Wiesbaden-Kastel (Ive–Ve siècles)’, BCEN 5, pp. 95–102.
Alföldi, M. R., 1978, ‘II medaglione d’oro di Teodorico’, RIN 80, pp. 133–41.
Algar, D., 2001, ‘Lead tokens’, in P. Saunders (ed.), Salisbury and South Wiltshire Museum Medieval Catalogue 3 (Salisbury and South Wiltshire Museum), pp. 99–102.
Alkemade, M., 1997, ‘Elite Lifestyle and the Transformation of the Roman World in Northern Gaul’, in L. Webster and M. Brown (eds.), The Transformation of the Roman World AD 400–900 (London), pp. 180–93.
Allan, J., 1914, ‘Offa’s Imitation of an Arab Dinar’, NC 4 vol. 14, pp. 77–89.
Allan, J., 1941–4, ‘Obituaries: Mr V. B. Crowther-Beynon’, BNJ 24, p. 57.
Allan, J., 1943, ‘The coins from Whitby’, in C. Peers and C. Radford, ‘The Saxon monastery at Whitby’, Archaeologia 89, pp. 85–6.
Allara, T., 1898, ‘Ancora sui titoli di Teodorico’, RIN II, pp. 67–74.
Allard, P., 1907, ‘One grande fortune romaine au cinquième siècle’, Revue des questions historiques 81, pp. 5–30.
Allason-Jones, L., 1996, Roman Jet in the Yorkshire Museum (York).
Allen, D. F., 1935–6, ‘Northumbrian Pennies of the Tenth Century’, BNJ 22, pp. 175–86.
Allen, D. F., 1941–4, ‘Obituaries: Mr Hugh Dakers and Capt. Colin Dakers’, BNJ 24, p. 211.
Allen, D. F., 1948, ‘Edward the Confessor’s Gold Penny’, BNJ 25, pp. 259–76.
Allen, D. F., 1960–1, ‘The Human Side of Coins’, BNJ 30, pp. 208–9.
Allen, D. F., 1962, ‘The Public Display of Coins and Medals’, BNJ 31, pp. 177–9.
Allen, D. F., 1974, ‘Christopher Blunt: An Appreciation’, BNJ 42 (special issue), pp. 1–9.
Allen, D. F. and Dunstan, W. R., 1938–41, ‘Crosses and Crowns: A Study of Coinage in the Elizabethan Dramatists’, BNJ 23, pp. 287–99.
Allen, D. F. and Robertson, A. S., 1938–41, ‘Treasure Trove, 1933–9’, BNJ 23, pp. 269–86.
Allen, E. A. and Teixeira, H. N., 1865, ‘Monnaies d’or suevo-lusitaniennes’, RN 2 vol. 10, pp. 235–68.
Allen, J., 2002, ‘The Anglo-Saxon Mint at Lydford’, Transactions of the Devonshire Association for the Advancement of Science, Literature and Art 134, pp. 9–32.
Allen, M., 1999, ‘Documentary Evidence for the Output, Profits and Expenditure of the Bury St Edmunds Mint’, BNJ 69, pp. 210–13.
Allen, M., 2003, The Durham Mint, British Numismatic Society Special Publication 4 (London).
Allen, M., 2004, ‘Medieval English Die-Output’, BNJ 74, pp. 39–49.
Allen, M., 2004, ‘Coins, Tokens and Jetons Found at West Acre’, Norfolk Archaeology 46, pp. 478–80.
Allen, M., 2004, ‘The Chesterton Lane Corner Coin Hoard’, in C. Cessford with A. Dickens, ‘Castle Hill, Cambridge: Excavations of Saxon, Medieval, and Post-Medieval Deposits, Saxon Execution Site and a Medieval Coin Hoard’, Proc. Cambridge Antiq. Soc. 94 (2005), pp. 73–101, pp. 86–94.
Allen, M., 2005, ‘The Weight Standard of the English Coinage 1158–1279’, NC 165, pp. 227–33.
Allen, M., 2006, ‘The Volume of the English Currency, c.973–1158’, in C&H, pp. 487–524.
Allen, M., 2007, ‘The Proportions of the Denominations in English Mint Outputs, 1351–1485’, BNJ 77, pp. 190–209.
Allen, M., 2009, Henry I type 14, BNJ, 79, pp. 72–171.
Allen, M., 2009, Monthly mint output figures for the coinage of Richard III, NC, 169, 213–215.
Allen, M., 2010, The output and profits of the Calais mint, 1349–1450, BNJ, 80, pp. 131–139.
Allen, M., 2010, A thirteenth-century enquiry into the administration of the Bury St Edmunds mint, BNJ, 80, pp. 189–193.
Allen, M., 2011, Silver production and the money supply in England and Wales, 1086–c. 1500, EcHR, 64, pp. 114–131.
Allen, M., 2012, The administration, profits and output of the Berwick mint under English control, NC, 172, pp. 157–159.
Allen, M., 2012, The currency and the economy in late medieval England, YN, 4, pp. 175–182.
Allen, M., 2012, A lead striking of the Henry II Cross-and-Crosslets (Tealby) coinage from Thetford, NC, 172, pp. 133–135.
Allen, M., 2012, Mints and Money in Medieval England (Cambridge).
Allen, M., 2012, Mints and money in Norman England, in: Anglo-Norman Studies XXXIV. Proceedings of the Battle Conference 2011, ed. Bates, D. (Woodbridge), pp. 1–21.
Allen, M., 2012, The mints and moneyers of England and Wales, 1066–1158, BNJ, 82, pp. 54–120.
Allen, M., 2012, The Winchester mint and exchange, 1158–1247, in: The Winchester Mint and Coins and Related Finds from the Excavations of 1961–71, ed. Biddle, M., Winchester Studies 8 (Oxford), pp. 56–65.
Almgren, B., 1983, ‘Helmets, crowns and warrior’s dress. From the Roman Emperors to the chieftains of Uppland’, in J. P. Lamm and H. Å. Nordström (eds.), 1983, Vendel Period Studies, Transactions of the Boat-grave Symposium in Stockholm, February 2–3 1981 (Stockholm), pp. 11–16.
Alstertun, R., 1988, ‘Ett intressant vikingamynt i Örebro Läns Museum eller Vad kraxar korpen?’, SNT, pp. 244–6.
Alvin, F., 1914, ‘Triens mérovingien inédit’, RBN 70, pp. 5–9.
Amardel, G., 1898, ‘Les monnaies d’Anastase, de Justin et de Justinien frappées à Narbonne’, Bulletin de la Commission archéologique de Narbonne 5, pp. 133–53.
Amardel, G., 1898, ‘Les plus anciennes monnaies wisigothes de Narbonne’, Bulletin de la Commission archéologique de Narbonne 5, pp. 389–401.
Amardel, G., 1899, ‘Le denier mérovingien de Narbonne’, Bulletin de la Commission archéologique de Narbonne 5, pp. 403–11.
Amardel, G., 1900, ‘La première monnaie de Milon’, Bulletin de la Commission archéologique de Narbonne 6, pp. 381–90.
Amardel, G., 1901, ‘Numismatique de Narbonne au VIIIe siècle’, RN 4 vol. 5, pp. 201–24, 348–62.
Amardel, G., 1902, ‘Le comte Milon’, Bulletin de la Commission archéologique de Narbonne 7, pp. 47–76.
Amardel, G., 1902, ‘Les marques monétaires de l’atelier de Narbonne au VIe siècle’, Bulletin de la Commission archéologique de Narbonne 7, pp. 119–62.
Amardel, G., 1904, ‘Le T cursif dans les inscriptions monétaires carolingiennes’, Bulletin de la Commission archéologique de Narbonne 8, pp. 1–25.
Amardel, G., 1907, ‘Trois monnaies mérovingiennes inédites’, RN 4 vol. 11, pp. 66–78.
Amoros, J. and Mata Berruezo, A., 1952, Catalogo de las monedas visigodas del Gabinete Numismatico de Cataluña (Barcelona).
Anderson, A. O. and M. O. (eds.), 1991, Adomnán’s life of Columba (Oxford).
Anderton, M. (ed.), 1999, Anglo-Saxon Trading Centres: Beyond the Emporia (Glasgow).
Andrén, A., 1991, ‘Guld och makt – en tolkning av de skandinaviska guldbrakteaternas funktion’, in C. Fabech and J. Ringtved (eds.), ‘Samfundsorganisation og regionalvariation’, Jysk Archeologisk Selskab 27 (Copenhagen), pp. 245–56.
Andrew, W. J., 1903–4, ‘Buried treasure: Some Traditions, Records and Facts’, BNJ 1, pp. 9–59, 4 pls.
Andrew, W. J., 1908, ‘Evolution of Portraiture on the Silver Penny’, BNJ 5, pp. 361–80, pl.
Andrew, W. J., 1929–30, ‘Coins Commemorating the Rebuilding of York Minster A.D. 921–25’, BNJ 20, pp. 31–2.
Andrew, W. J., 1929–30, ‘Numismatic Sidelights on the Battle of Brunanburh, A.D. 937’, BNJ 20, pp. 1–25, 2 pls [Mint of Derby].
Andrew, W. J., 1929–30, ‘Stockbridge, An Anglo-Saxon Mint’, BNJ 20, pp. 49–61, pl.
Andrews, P. (ed.), 1988, Southampton Finds: The Coins and Pottery from Hamwic vol. 1 (Southampton).
Andrews, P. and Metcalf, D. M., 1984, ‘A Coinage for King Cynewulf of Wessex?’, in D. H. Hill and D. M. Metcalf (eds.), Sceattas in England and on the Continent, BAR Brit. Ser. 128 (Oxford), pp. 175–9.
Angenendt, A., 1986, ‘The conversion of the Anglo-Saxons considered against the background of the early medieval mission’, in Angli e Sassoni al di qua e al di là del mare, Settimane di Studio del Centro Italiano di Studi sull’Alto Medioevo (Spoleto), pp. 747–81.
Anheuser, K. and Northover, P., 1994, ‘Silver Plating on Roman and Celtic Coins from Britain: A Technical Study’, BNJ 64, pp. 22–32, 5 pls.
Anscombe, A., 1906, ‘The Inscription on the Oxford Pennies of the OHSNAFORDA Type’, BNJ 3, pp. 67–100.
Anscombe, A., 1907–8, ‘The Anglo-Saxon Computation of Historic Time in the Ninth Century’, BNJ 4 (1907), pp. 241–310, pl.; BNJ 5, pp. 381–407.
Anscombe, A., 1911–13, ‘The Names of Old-English Mint-Towns: [Their] Original Form and Meaning and their Epigraphical Corruption’, BNJ 8 (1911), pp. 9–48; 9 (1912), pp. 89–118; 10 (1913), pp. 9–31.
Anscombe, A., 1918, ‘Odilo, a Northumbrian Moneyer of the Ninth Century, and his Issues’, BNJ 14, pp. 1–12.
Anscombe, A., 1929–30, ‘“FASTOLFI MONETA”, “FASTOLFES MôT” and the Like on Coins of Eadgar Rex Anglorum’, BNJ 20, pp. 33–48.
The Antiquary, 1893, ‘On the Stycas of Northumbria’, SNC 1 (April 1893), p. 165.
Arbois de Jubainville, H., 1900, Etudes sur la langue des Francs à l’époque mérovingienne (Paris).
Arcamone, M. G., 1980, ‘Antroponimia altomedievale nelle iscrizioni murali’, in C. Carletti and G. Otranto (eds.), Il Santuario di S. Michele sul Gargano dal VI al IX secolo (Bari), pp. 257–317.
Archéologie 54 (June 1981) MEC: ‘this issue of a lavishly illustrated French periodical is entirely devoted to Roman silverware’.
Archibald, M. M., 1967, ‘Disposition of the Chester (1950) Hoard’, BNJ 36, p. 189, pl.
Archibald, M. M., 1978, ‘An Alfred Penny from Rochester’, Archaeologia Cantiana 94, pp. 55–9 [Cross-and-Lozenge type].
Archibald, M. M., 1980, ‘Coins and Currency’, in J. Graham-Campbell (ed.), Viking Artefacts (London), pp. 103–22.
Archibald, M. M., 1982, ‘A Ship Type of Athelstan I of East Anglia’, BNJ 52, pp. 34–40.
Archibald, M. M., 1983, ‘Cash Credentials of King Beonna’, British Museum Society Bulletin 42 (March 1983), p. 34.
Archibald, M. M., 1984, ‘Anglo-Saxon Coinage, Alfred to the Conquest’, in J. Backhouse, D. H. Turner and L. Webster (eds.), The Golden Age of Anglo-Saxon Art, 900–1066 (London), pp. 170–91.
Archibald, M. M. (ed.), 1985, ‘British hoards’, CH 7, pp. 345–74.
Archibald, M. M., 1985, ‘A Scandinavian Coin of Carolingian Type from the Cuerdale Hoard’, Hikuin II, pp. 79–82.
Archibald, M. M., 1985, ‘The Coinage of Beonna in the Light of the Middle Harling Hoard’, BNJ 55, pp. 10–54.
Archibald, M. M., 1985, ‘The Titchmarsh (Northants.) Hoard of Harold I Pennies c.1040’, CH 7, pp. 375–8.
Archibald, M. M., 1987, ‘Obituaries: C. E. Blunt’, The Independent (25 November).
Archibald, M. M., 1988, ‘A Viking Copy of an Alfred London-Monogram Penny from Doncaster’, YN 1, pp. 9–11.
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Blackburn, M. A. S., 1991, ‘A Survey of Anglo-Saxon and Frisian Coins with Runic Inscriptions’, in A. Bammesberger (ed.), Old English Runes and their Continental Background (Heidelberg), pp. 137–89.
Blackburn, M. A. S., 1992, ‘Review of F. Colman, Money Talks. Reconstructing Old English’, SNC, p. 272.
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Blackburn, M. A. S., 1994, ‘A Variant of the Seventh-Century “York” Group of Shillings Found in Lincolnshire’, NC 154, pp. 204–8.
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Blackburn, M. A. S., 1995, ‘Review of Thrymsas and Sceattas in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, by D. M. Metcalf’, NC 155 (1995), pp. 404–8 and Early Medieval Europe 4, 2 (1995), pp. 235–7.
Blackburn, M. A. S., 1995, ‘An East Anglian Variety of Æthelred II’s Last Small Cross type’, in I. Leimus (ed.), Studia Numismatica, Festschrift Arkadi Molvôgin 65 (Tallinn), pp. 23–6.
Blackburn, M. A. S., 1995, ‘A Late Anglo-Saxon Coin Die from Flaxengate, Lincoln’ (with J. Mann), NC 155, 201–8, and Lincoln Archaeology, pp. 27–9.
Blackburn, M. A. S., 1996, ‘Mints, Burhs, and the Grately Code cap. 14.2’, in D. Hill and A. Rumble (eds.), The Defence of Wessex: The Burghal Hidage and Anglo-Saxon Fortifications (Manchester), pp. 160–75.
Blackburn, M. A. S., 1996, ‘Review of The Viking-Age Gold and Silver of Scotland (AD 850–1100), by James Graham-Campbell’, SNC, pp. 87–8.
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Blackburn, M. A. S., 2003, ‘Alfred’s Coinage Reforms in Context’, in T. Reuter (ed.), Alfred the Great (Aldershot), pp. 199–217.
Blackburn, M. A. S., 2004, ‘The Coinage of Scandinavian York’, in R. A. Hall et al., Aspects of Anglo-Scandinavian York, Archaeology of York 8/4 (York), pp. 325–49.
Blackburn, M. A. S., 2004, ‘An Iron Coin Die’ (with J. Davies), in H. Wallis, Excavations at Mill Lane, Thetford, 1995, East Anglian Archaeology 108, pp. 45–7.
Blackburn, M. A. S., 2005, ‘Money and Coinage’, in P. Foreacre (ed.), The New Cambridge Medieval History, vol. I (c.500–c.700) (Cambridge), pp. 660–74, 893–4.
Blackburn, M. A. S., 2005, ‘Presidential Address 2004. Currency under the Vikings. Part 1.Guthrum and the Earliest Danelaw Coinages’, BNJ 75, pp. 18–43.
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Blackburn, M. A. S., 2005, ‘Coin Finds as primary historical evidence for medieval Europe’, in Kaname Maekawa (ed.), Chuseishi Kenkyu to Koukogaku: Chusei no Nippon to Europa deno Ryutsu to Kahei wo Chushin ni: Kokusai Symposium, Shiryoushu 2005.11.12, Chuo Daigaku Kourakuen Campus (Archaeology and the Study of Medieval History: Highlighting Distribution and Money in Medieval Japan and Europe: Proceedings of an International Symposium held 12 November 2005, at Chuo University Kourakuen Campus [Tokyo]) (Tokyo), pp. 1–27 (in English).
Blackburn, M. A. S., 2005, ‘Disseminating Find Evidence; The British Corpus of Early Medieval Coin Finds’, in C. Alfaro, C. Marcos and P. Otero (eds.), XIII Congreso Internacional de Numismática, Madrid 2003, Actas (Milan), I, pp. 169–71.
Blackburn, M. A. S., 2005, ‘Coin Finds from Kaupang: A Viking Emporium on the North Sea’, in C. Alfaro, C. Marcos and P. Otero (eds.), XIII Congreso Internacional de Numismática, Madrid 2003, Actas (Milan), I, pp. 1143–9.
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Blackburn, M. A. S., 2006, ‘Two New Types of Anglo-Saxon Gold Shillings’, in B. Cook and G. Williams (eds.), Money and History in the North Sea World, AD 500–1200 (Leiden), pp. 127–40.
Blackburn, M. A. S., 2006, ‘Presidential Address 2005. Currency under the Vikings. Part 2. The Two Scandinavian Kingdoms of the Danelaw, c.895–954’, BNJ 76, pp. 204–26.
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Blackburn, M. A. S., 2006, ‘Philip Grierson (1910–2006)’, CCNB Newsletter 37 (March 2006), pp. 6–7.
Blackburn, M. A. S., 2006, ‘Coinage and the Economy of Anglo-Saxon England’, 22nd Brixworth Lecture, 2004 (Leicester, 2006).
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Dolley, R. H. M., 1952–4, ‘A New Anglo-Saxon Mint: Medeshamstede’, BNJ 27, pp. 263–5, pl.
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Dolley, R. H. M., 1955, ‘A “New Type” For Aethelred II’, SNC 63 (December 1955), pp. 529–30.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1955, ‘A Note on the Mythical Mint of Dunwich’, SNC 63 (November 1955), p. 470.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1955, ‘The Mints of Northampton, Southampton and Hamwich. A Provisional Note’, SNC 63 (April 1955), pp. 159–61.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1955–7, ‘A New Type for the Halfpenny of Eadred’, BNJ 28, pp. 182–4, pl.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1955–7, ‘A Note on the Mints of Sudbury and Southwark at the end of the Reign of Æthelræd II’, BNJ 28, pp. 264–9.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1955–7, ‘A Suspect ‘Tower’ Type Penny of King Edward the Elder’, BNJ 28, pp. 408–11, pl.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1955–7, ‘An Alleged Agnus Dei Penny of the Wareham Mint’, BNJ 28, pp. 412–14.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1955–7, ‘Contemporary Forgeries of Late Saxon Pence’, BNJ 28, pp. 185–9, pl.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1955–7, ‘The Stockbridge Down find of Anglo-Saxon coins’, BNJ 28, pp. 283–7.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1955–7, ‘Three late Anglo-Saxon notes: a new Anglo-Saxon mint [Caistor]; a probable new mint in Shropshire [Bridgnorth]; the emergency mint of Cadbury’, BNJ 28, pp. 88–105, pl.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1955–7, ‘Two Anglo-Saxon notes: [1] An enigmatic penny of Edward the Martyr’, BNJ 28, pp. 499–504.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1955–7, ‘Two Anglo-Saxon Notes: [2] The Mysterious Mint of “FRO”’, BNJ 28, pp. 504–8.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1955–7, ‘A Neglected but Vital Yorkshire Hoard’, BNJ 28, pp. 11–17 [Bossall/Flaxton hoard].
Dolley, R. H. M., 1955–7, ‘A New Type and Moneyer for Eadbearht “Praen”’, BNJ 28, pp. 243–8.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1956, ‘The Regional Distribution of Dies In the West Country, c.1017–23’, SNC 64 (July–August 1956), pp. 321–5; continued SNC 64 (September 1956), pp. 373–6.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1956, ‘The Shaftesbury Hoard of Pence of Æthelræd II’, NC 6 vol. 16, pp. 267–80.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1956, ‘Two Anglo-Saxon Myths’, SNC 64 (November 1956), pp. 469–71.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1957, ‘A Mythical Moneyer of Maldon’, SNC 65 (December 1957), pp. 535–6.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1957, ‘A Note On the Date of the So-Called “Raven Pence” of Anlaf Guthfrithsson’, SNC 65 (May 1957), pp. 189–94.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1957, ‘An Unpublished Irish Hoard of “St Peter” Pence’, NC 6 vol. 17, pp. 123–32.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1957, ‘En penning fra Magnus den Gode fundet I England’, NNUM, pp. 253–6.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1958, ‘A Further Note on the Mythical Mint of Dunwich’, SNC 66 (November 1958), pp. 229–30.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1958, ‘A Mythical Moneyer of the Leicester Mint’, SNC 66 (September 1958), p. 183.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1958, ‘A Mythical Moneyer of Worcester’, SNC 66 (February 1958), p. 35.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1958, ‘Lincoln or London, One Problem Resolved’, SNC 66 (April 1958), pp. 90–1.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1958, ‘Some Reflections on Hildebrand Type A of Æthelrød II’, Antikvariskt Arkiv 9 (Stockholm).
Dolley, R. H. M., 1958, ‘The Last Coins of the Mint At Lydford’, SNC 66 (July–August 1958), pp. 161–2.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1958, ‘The Morely St. Peter Treasure Trove’, SNC 66 (May 1958), pp. 113–14.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1958, ‘The post-Brunanburh Viking Coinage of York, with Some Remarks on the Viking Coinages which Preceded the Same’, NNÅ 1957/58, pp. 13–85.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1958, ‘Three Forgotten English Finds of Pence of Æthelræd II’, NC 6th series 18, pp. 97–107.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1958–9, ‘A Hoard of Pennies of Eadgar from Laugharne Churchyard in South Wales’, BNJ 29, pp. 255–8.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1958–9, ‘New Light on the Order of the Early Issues of Edward the Confessor’, BNJ 29, pp. 289–92.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1958–9, ‘Some Further Remarks on the Transitional Crux Issue of Æthelræd II’, BNJ 29, pp. 259–64.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1958–9, ‘The Myth of a Coinage of the Ostmen of Dublin in the Name of Tymme Sjællandsfar’, BNJ 29, pp. 275–88, 2 pls.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1958–9, ‘Three More Late Saxon Notes: A Possible Sixth Anglo-Saxon Mint in Lincolnshire [Horncastle]; An Æthelræd II Die-Link between London and Hertford; the Mythical Mint of Totleigh’, BNJ 29, pp. 51–60.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1958–9, ‘Three West Country Notes: The Coinage of Milborne Port; the Identity of the Mint of ‘LA(N)G’; An Unpublished Cnut Moneyer of Lydford’, BNJ 29, pp. 61–8, pl.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1958–9, ‘The Continental Coins in the Halton Moor Find and Other Norman Deniers Found in the British Isles’, Hamburger Beiträge für Numismatik 4 (12/13), pp. 53–7.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1959, ‘A Mythical Æthelæd II Moneyer of Leicester’, SNC 67 (March 1959), p. 53.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1959, ‘A Note On the Mercian Coinage of Edgar’, SNC 61 (April 1959), p. 76.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1959, ‘A Query Concerning the 1782 Find of Anglo-Saxon Coins On Tiree’, SNC 67 (September 1959), p. 159.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1959, ‘An Enigmatic Penny of Cnut’s First Issue’, SNC 67 (1959 Jan.), p. 4.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1959, ‘The Eadgar Millenium Oct. 1st, 959, Oct. 1st, 1959’, SNC 67 (October 1959), pp. 177–8.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1959, ‘The Mysterious Mint of “Ton”’, SNC 67 (February 1959), p. 26.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1959, ‘Three Long Cross Pennies of Æthelræd II c.1000. Misattributed to the Mint of Winchester’ [Now Lincoln], SNC 67 (November 1959), pp. 200–1.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1960, ‘A Misattributed Portrait Penny of Æthelstan’, SNC 68 (December 1960), p. 262.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1960, ‘A New Late Saxon Mint in Suffolk’, SNC 68 (November 1960), p. 236.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1960, ‘A Note on Some Early Sources for the Coins of Edward the Confessor. The 1759 Castor (Peterborough) Hoard Etc’, SNC 68 (September 1960), pp. 183–4 and SNC 68 (October 1960), pp. 211–12.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1960, ‘Another Illusory Penny of the Ilchester Mint’, SNC 68 (June 1960), p. 131.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1960, ‘Another Mythical Coin of the Leicester Mint’, SNC 68 (March 1960), p. 50.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1960–1, ‘A Note on the Anglo-Saxon Mint of Reading’, BNJ 30, pp. 70–5.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1960–1, ‘A Small Parcel of Pennies of the Confessor from the Sedlescombe Find’, BNJ 30, pp. 76–81, pl.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1960–1, ‘An Apparently Unrecorded Class of Hiberno-Norse Imitation of the Coinage of Æthelræd II’, BNJ 30, pp. 227–30.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1960–1, ‘Some Further Critical Die-Links in the Hiberno-Norse Series’, BNJ 30, pp. 231–4.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1960–1, ‘The Mythical ‘Helmet’/‘Long Cross’ Mules of Æthelræd II’, BNJ 30, pp. 57–60, pl.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1960–1, ‘The 1871 Viking-Age Find of Silver Coins from Mullaghboden as a Reflection of Westfalding Intervention in Ireland’, Universitetets Oldsaksamlings Årbok (Norway), pp. 49–62.
Dolley, R. H. M. (ed.), 1961, Anglo-Saxon Coins. Studies Presented to F. M. Stenton on the Occasion of his 80th Birthday (London).
Dolley, R. H. M. (ed.), 1961, Anglo-Saxon Coins (London).
Dolley, R. H. M., 1961, ‘A Mythical Æthelræd II Moneyer of the Romney Mint’, SNC 75 (January 1961), p. 1.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1961, ‘A Note on the Anglo-Saxon Mint of Petherton’, SNC 69 (July–August 1961), p. 167.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1961, ‘Æthelræd’s Rochester Ravaging of 986, An Intriguing Numismatic Sidelight’, SNC 75 (February 1961), p. 33–4.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1961, ‘The Degree of Contraction of the Ethnic as an Index of Relative Date in the Case of Long Cross Pennies of Æthelræd II’, SNC 69, p. 240–1.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1961, ‘The Unpublished 1895 Find of Coins of Edward the Confessor from Harewood’, Yearbook of the British Association of Numismatic Societies 7, pp. 17–25.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1962, ‘Two Anglo-Saxon Notes: [1] A Cnut Die-Link Between the Mints of Salisbury and Wilton’, BNJ 31, pp. 53–4.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1962, ‘Two Anglo-Saxon Notes: [2] A Probable Reattribution from Lincoln to Langport’, BNJ 31, pp. 54–6.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1962, ‘A Coin Certainly of Leicester but with a Mint-Signature of Chester’, SNC 70 (September 1962), p. 182.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1962, ‘A Dublin Link with Devonshire’ [Totnes], SNC 70 (February 1962), p. 26.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1962, ‘Some Temple-Type Coins Found in Great Britain’, HBN 5/16, pp. 321–4.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1962, ‘Stafford, Stamford or Steyning?’, SNC 70 (May 1962), pp. 106–7.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1963, ‘A Fictitious First Hand Moneyer of Lydford’, SNC 71 (January 1963), pp. 1–2.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1963, ‘A Mythical Moneyer of the Bristol Mint’, SNC 71 (February 1963), p. 22.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1963, ‘An Enigmatic First Hand Penny of Æthelræd II’, SNC 70 (June 1962), pp. 130–2.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1963, ‘An Unpublished Hoard-Provenance for a Penny of Ceolwulf II of Mercia’, BNJ 32, pp. 88–90.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1963, ‘Two Mythical Moneyers of Exeter and Lincoln’, SNC 71 (December 1963), p. 248.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1963, ‘Witham, Worcester or Bath?’, SNC 71 (March 1963), p. 45.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1964, Anglo-Saxon Pennies (London).
Dolley, R. H. M., 1964, ‘A Probable Fourth Kentish Mint of Æthelstan’, BNJ 33, pp. 30–3.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1964, ‘A Small Parcel of First Hand Pennies of Æthelræd II from the 1863 Ipswich Hoard’, BNJ 33, pp. 34–8, pl.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1964, ‘Obituaries: John Walker, CBE, MA, DLitt, FBA, FSA, MRAS’, BNJ 33, pp. 181–2.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1964, ‘Some Mis-attributed Fleur-de-lis Coins of Harold I’, BNJ 33, pp. 45–7, pl.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1965, ‘New Light on the 1843 Viking-Age Coin-Hoard from Derrykeighan near Dervock in Co. Antrim’, BNJ 34, pp. 32–6.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1965, ‘The Authenticity of the Palatina Obolus of Lothaire II Found at Litton Cheney in Dorset’, BNJ 34, pp. 167–8.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1965, ‘Christoba Columbus!’, SNC 73 (April 1965), pp. 81–2.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1965, ‘Two Problematical Pennies of Harold I’, SNC 73 (July–August l965), p. 154.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1965, Viking Coins of the Danelaw and Dublin (London).
Dolley, R. H. M., 1965, ‘New Light on the Pre-1760 Coney Street (York) Find of Coins from the Duurstede Mint’, JMP 52–3 (1965–6), pp. 1–7.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1966, British Museum: Hiberno-Norse Coins, SCBI 8 (London), 8 pls (Published by the Trustees of the British Museum).
Dolley, R. H. M., 1966, ‘A Die-Link Between ‘Chester’ and ‘Lydford’, in the Hiberno-Norse Coinage of Dublin’, BNJ 35, pp. 192–3.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1966, ‘An Important Unpublished Penny of the Confessor from an Irish Hoard’, BNJ 35, pp. 193–4.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1966, ‘An Unpublished Link Between the First and Second Hand Types of Æthelræd II’, BNJ 35, pp. 22–4.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1966, ‘Further Southampton/Winchester Die-Links in the Reign of Æthelræd II’, BNJ 35, pp. 25–33.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1966, ‘New Light on the Mullingar Find of Hand Pence of Æthelræd II’, BNJ 35, pp. 12–21.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1966, ‘The Left-Facing First Hand Pennies of Æthelræd II: Two Additions’, BNJ 35, pp. 191–2.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1966, ‘A Mythical Second Hand/First Hand Mule of Æthelræd II’, SNC 74 (October 1966), p. 236.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1966, ‘Provisional listing of Viking-Age hoards from Great Britain and Ireland’, in The Hiberno-Norse Coins in the British Museum, SCBI 8 (London), pp. 47–91.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1966, ‘The Metrology of the English Coins in the 1911 Glemminge Hoard from Southern Sweden’, SNC 74 (November 1966), pp. 276–7.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1967, ‘A Fourth Find of Ninth-Century Coins from Ireland?’, BNJ 36, pp. 32–5.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1967, ‘A Rediscovered ‘New’ Moneyer for Eadgar’, BNJ 36, p. 191, pl.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1967, ‘Elizabethan Bungal(l), a Contribution to Anglo-Irish Lexicography’, BNJ 36, pp. 118–21.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1967, ‘Obituaries: Charles Wilson Peck, FSA, FPS’, BNJ 36, pp. 203–7.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1967, ‘Christ-Thegn, an Unsuspected Instance of Early Middle Irish Influence on OE Namegiving’, BNJ 36, pp. 40–5.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1968, ‘The Anglo-Norman Coins in the Uppsala University Cabinet’, BNJ 37, pp. 29–34.
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Dolley, R. H. M., 1969, ‘The Anglo-Saxon Pennies from the ‘Upper Souterrain’ at Knowth’, BNJ 38, 16–21.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1969, ‘Some Remarks on the Identity of the Worcester Moneyer Wulfric’, SNC 77 (April 1969), pp. 126–8.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1969, ‘The 1912 Welwyn Find of Pence of Eadgar and of Edward the Martyr’, BNJ 38, pp. 183–5.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1970, ‘The Location of the Pre-Ælfredian Mint(s) of Wessex’, Proc. Hampshire Field Club 27, pp. 57–61.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1971, ‘The Nummular Brooch from Sulgrave’, in P. Clemoes and K. Hughes (eds.), England before the Conquest: Studies in Primary Sources Presented to Dorothy Whitelock (Cambridge), pp. 333-49.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1972, ‘The Newest Find with Anglo-Saxon Coins from Gotland’, SNC 80 (December 1972), p. 450.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1974, ‘Towards a Revision of the Internal Chronology of the Coinages of Edward the Elder and Plegmund’, ASE 3, pp. 175–7.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1974, ‘Two Anomalous PACX Pennies Attributed to Edward the Confessor’, SNC 82 (June 1974), p. 239.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1976, ‘A Hiberno-Manx Coinage of the Eleventh Century’, NC 136, pp. 75–84.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1976, ‘A Further Parcel of Reform-Type Pence From an Eighteenth-Century Find from N.E. England’, SNC 84 (April 1976), p. 141.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1976, ‘The Mint of Mints of BMC Type XIV of Edward the Elder’, SNC 84 (July–August 1976), pp. 276–7.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1977, ‘A Dubious Edward the Confessor Moneyer of Dover’, SNC 85 (February 1977), p. 56.
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Dolley, R. H. M., 1978, ‘A Lincolnshire Provenance for an ‘Ælfred’ Penny in the British Museum’, SNC 86 (December 1978), pp. 587–8.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1978, ‘A Note on the 1871–1862 Barrowby (Grantham, Lincs.) Find of Later Anglo-Saxon Pennies’, SCMB 723 (November 1978), pp. 3443–5.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1978, ‘An Illusory Ipswich Mule!’, SNC 86 (March 1978), p. 130.
Dolley, R. H. M., 1978, ‘The Anglo-Danish and Anglo-Norse Coinages of York’, in R. A. Hall (ed.), Viking Age York and the North, CBA Res. Rep. 27 (London), pp. 26–31.
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Dolley, R. H. M., 1980, ‘Some Insular (?) Imitations from the 1030s of Contemporary English Pence of Cnut’, SNC 88 (March 1980), pp. 86–8.
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Dolley, R. H. M. and Butler, V. J., 1961, ‘A Bastard Penny of Bath’, SNC 69 (March 1961), p. 60.
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Lafaurie, J., 1964, ‘Les monnaies des Burgondes au VIe siècle’, BSFN 19, pp. 368–70.
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Lafaurie, J., 1964, ‘Triens mérovingien avec représentation de monétaire’, BSFN 19, pp. 342–3.
Lafaurie, J., 1965, ‘Deux trésors monétaires carolingiens: Saumeray (Eure-et-Loir), Rennes (Ille-et­Vilaine)’, RN 6 vol. 7, pp. 262–305.
Lafaurie, J., 1965, ‘Denier de Childéric II trouvé à Onzain (Loir-et-Cher)’, BSFN 20, pp. 512–14.
Lafaurie, J., 1966, ‘Trésor monétaire du VIe siècle trouvé à Alise-Sainte-Reine en 1804’, in Connaissance d’Alésia (Dijon), pp. 99–111.
Lafaurie, J., 1966, ‘Monnaies franques en argent trouvées à Ouerre (Eure-et-Loir)’, Bulletin des Sociétés archéologiques d’Eure-et-Loir, pp. 49–54.
Lafaurie, J., 1967, ‘Un denier le Limoges de Louis le Pieux, roi d’Aquitaine’, BSFN 22, pp. 184–5.
Lafaurie, J., 1967, ‘Monnaies de Charles le Chauve et Charles le Simple’, Annuaire de l’Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes (IVe Section), pp. 241–3.
Lafaurie, J., 1967, ‘Trésor de monnaies lombardes trouvé à Linguizetta (Corse)’, BSFN 22, pp. 123–5.
Lafaurie, J., 1967, ‘Découvertes nouvelles detrémisses de Dorestate’, BSFN 22, pp. 197–8.
Lafaurie, J., 1967, ‘Panorama de la numismatique mérovingienne’, BCEN 4, pp. 41–51.
Lafaurie, J., 1968, ‘Observations sur les monnaies d’or attribuables à Thierry Ier, fils de Clovis’, Bulletin de la Soc. nationale des antiquaires de France, pp. 30–9.
Lafaurie, J., 1968, ‘Triens mérovingiens de Solignac et de Blond (Haute-Vienne)’, BSFN 23, pp. 268–9.
Lafaurie, J., 1968, ‘L’Article XII de l’édit de Pîtres du 25 juin 864’, BSFN 23, pp. 324–6.
Lafaurie, J., 1969, ‘Monnaies d’argent mérovingiennes des VIIe et VIIIe siècles: les trésors de Saint-Pierre-les-Etieux (Cher), Plassac (Gironde) et Nohanent (Puy-de-Dôme)’, RN 6 vol. II, pp. 98–219.
Lafaurie, J., 1969, ‘Les trouvailles de monnaies mérovingiennes et carolingiennes d’Amiens’, BSFN 24, pp. 404–7.
Lafaurie, J., 1969, ‘Inventaire sommaire du trésor de Pilligerheck’, Annuaire de l’Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes (IVe Section), pp. 323–6.
Lafaurie, J., 1969, ‘Tiers de sou mérovingien inédit frappé à Toulouse’, BSFN 24, pp. 357–8.
Lafaurie, J., 1970, ‘Des Carolingiens aux Capétiens’, Cahiers de civilisation médiévale 13, pp. 117–37.
Lafaurie, J., 1971, ‘Chronologie des émissions de deniers carolingiens au IXe siècle’, Annuaire de l’Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes (IVe Section), pp. 341–6.
Lafaurie, J., 1971, ‘Un tremissis mérovingien trouve à Bordeaux’, BSFN 26, pp. 85–8.
Lafaurie, J., 1971, ‘Les trouvailles des monnaies des Visigots en Gaule’, Actes du 94e Congrès national des Sociétés savantes, Pau 1969 (Section d’Archéologie) (Paris) II, pp. 1–28.
Lafaurie, J., 1971, ‘Catalogue des monnaies trouvées au cours des fouilles au necropole d’Hérouvil­ lette’, Archéologie médiévale 1, pp. 174–87.
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Lafaurie, J., 1972, ‘Les monnaies frappées à Lyon au VIe siècle’, in Mélanges de travaux offerts à Maître J. Tricou (Lyon), pp. 193–205.
Lafaurie, J., 1972, ‘Trouvailles de monnaies des Vie–VIIe siècles de l’Empire d’Orient en Gaule mérovingienne’, BSFN 27, pp. 206–9.
Lafaurie, J., 1972, ‘Monnaies mérovingiennes du Puy-de-Dôme’, BSFN 27, pp. 228–32.
Lafaurie, J., 1973, ‘Deniers de Charles le Chauve trouvés à Clairoix’, Revue archéologique de l’Oise 4, pp. 23–6 [with observations on the GDR coinage].
Lafaurie, J., 1973, ‘Numismatique romaine et médievale (rapports des conférences)’, Annuaire de l’Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes (IVe Section), pp. 326–9.
Lafaurie, J., 1973, ‘Monnaies mérovingiennes de Nantes du VIe siècle’, BSFN 28, pp. 391–4.
Lafaurie, J., 1973, ‘Monnaies de bronze marseillaises du VIe siècle’, BSFN 28, pp. 480–2.
Lafaurie, J., 1973, ‘Monnaies mérovingiennes du Gévaudan’, Le Club de la Médaille 41, pp. 126–33.
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Lafaurie, J., 1975, ‘Monnaies épiscopales de Limoges aux VIIe–VIIIe siècles’, BSFN 30, pp. 778–82.
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Lafaurie, J., 1976, ‘Trésor de monnaies du Xe siècle trouvé à Fresnes (Val-de-Marne)’, BSFN 31, pp. 4–7.
Lafaurie, J., 1976, ‘La chronologie typologique des monnaies de Charles le Chauve et le trésor de Cosne (Nièvre)’, Annuaire de l’École Pratique des Hautes Etudes (IVe Section) 1975–6, pp. 444–7.
Lafaurie, J., 1976, ‘Moneta Palatina’, Francia 4, pp. 59–87.
Lafaurie, J., 1976, ‘Monnaies décriées dans la seconde appendice de la Lex Burgundionum’, BSFN 31, pp. 73–5.
Lafaurie, J., 1977, ‘Eligius Monetarius’, RN 6 vol. 19, pp. 111–51.
Lafaurie, J., 1977, ‘Nouvelles recherches sur le trésor de Chissey-en-Morvan (Saône-et-Loire) 1. d. Buis’, BSFN 32, pp. 211–16.
Lafaurie, J., 1978, ‘Les monnaies impériales de Charlemagne’, Comptes-rendus de l’Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres, pp. 154–72
Lafaurie, J., 1978, ‘La surveillance des ateliers monétaires au IXe siècle’, in Histoire comparée de l’administration (IVe–XVIIIe siècles) (Francia, Beiheft 9, 1980), pp. 486–96
Lafaurie, J., 1978, ‘Deniers du VIIIe siècle de Saint-Ouen de Rouen’, BSFN 33 (1978), pp. 368–72 [reprinted in N. Gauthier (ed.), Histoire et numismatique en Haute Normandie (Caen, 1980), pp. 111–15].
Lafaurie, J., 1978, ‘Monnaies d’argent franques trouvées à Envermeu (Seine-Maritime)’, in Actes du colloque Abbé Cochet (Rouen), pp. 421–8.
Lafaurie, J., 1978, ‘Trésor monétaire mérovingien de Lucy (Seine-Maritime)’, in Actes du colloque Abbé Cochet (Rouen), pp. 429–39.
Lafaurie, J., 1980, ‘Réattribution de quelques monnaies mérovingiennes au type de la croix à huit rais’, BSFN 35, pp. 647–51.
Lafaurie, J., 1980, ‘Deux trouvailles de monnaies du Ve siècle à Châtelaillon, près La Rochelle’, BSFN 35, pp. 715–16.
Lafaurie, J., 1980–1, ‘Les monnaies émises par des églises et monastères pendant la période mérovingienne’, Bulletin de la Société nationale des anti­quares de France, pp. 346–9.
Lafaurie, J., 1981, ‘Une initiative avortée d’individualisation de la monnaie du royaume d’Aquitaine en 622’, BSFN 36, pp. 14–17.
Lafaurie, J., 1981, ‘Trémisses mérovingiens aux légendes ANTRO VICO et PETRAFICTO VICO’, BSFN 36, pp. 47–9.
Lafaurie, J., 1981, ‘Les monnaies de Marseille du VIe au VIIIe siècle’, BSFN 36, pp. 68–73.
Lafaurie, J. (ed.), 1981, Catalogue des deniers mérovingiens de la trouvaille de Bais (Ille-et-Vilaine), by M. Prou and E. Bougenot (Paris, 1981) (reprint, with important introduction, of M. Prou and S. Bougenot, 1907, ‘Catalogue des deniers mérovingiens de la trouvaille de Bais’, RN4 2).
Lafaurie, J., 1981, ‘L’article XI de l’Edit de Pîtres du 25 juin 864’, in T. Fischer and P. Ilisch (eds.), Lagom, Festschrift für Peter Berghaus zum 60 Geburtstag (Münster), pp. 113–17.
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Lafaurie, J., 1982, ‘Monnaies du Ve au VIlle siècles découvertes dans le département du Maine-et-Loire’, BSFN 37, pp. 192–4.
Lafaurie, J., 1982, ‘A propos de deux monnaies d’or de Sévère III trouvées en Anjou’, BSFN 37, pp. 194–6.
Lafaurie, J., 1982, ‘Nouvelles découvertes de deniers mérovingiens à Fécamp (Seine-Maritime)’, BSFN 37, pp. 134–7.
Lafaurie, J., 1983, ‘Trouvailles de monnaies mérovingiennes aux environs de Saint-Omer’, BSFN 38, pp. 344–5.
Lafaurie, J., 1983, ‘Deux monnaies en argent du VIe siècle trouvées à Saint-Blaise, com. de Saint Mitre-les-Remparts (Bouches-du-Rhône)’, BSFN 38, pp. 411–13.
Lafaurie, J., 1983, ‘Quelques monnaies du VIe siècle conservées au Musée de Saint-Omer’, BSFN 38, pp. 345–7.
Lafaurie, J., 1983, ‘The Novi Denarii and Forgery in the Ninth Century’, in C. N. L. Brooke, B. H. I. H. Stewart, J. G. Pollard and T. R. Volk (eds.), Studies in Numismatic Method Presented to Philip Grierson (Cambridge), pp. 137–45.
Lafaurie, J., 1983, ‘Trésor de monnaies du VIe siècle découvert à Alise-Sainte-Reine en 1804’, RN 6 vol. 25, pp. 101–38.
Lafaurie, J., 1984, ‘Wic in pontio. Monnaies mérovingiennes de wicus’, RN 151, pp. 181–239.
Lafaurie, J., 1986, ‘Les monnnaies émises à Cambrai aux Vie–IXe siècles’, Revue du Nord 68, pp. 393–404.
Lafaurie, J., 1988, ‘Deniers d’argent mérovingiens trouvés à Barbuise (Aube)’, BSFN 43, pp. 390–5.
Lafaurie, J., 1989, ‘Essai de datation du denier de Paris trouvé à Arles-Barbegal (résumé)’, BSFN 44, pp. 680–4.
Lafaurie, J., 1992, ‘Corpus des découvertes de monnaies émises aux Ve–VIIIe siècles en Occident’, unpublished manuscript, present in the library of the Geldmuseum Utrecht.
Lafaurie, J. and Dhénin, M., 1981, ‘Quatre monnaies mérovingiennes trouvées à Saint-Denis (Seine-Saint-Denis)’, BSFN 35, pp. 122–5.
Lafaurie, J. and Duplessy, J., 1962, ‘Numismatique de Corbie’, Bulletin trimestriel de la Société des Antiquaires de Picardie, pp. 15–43.
Lafaurie, J. and Pilet-Lemiere, J., 2003, Monnaies du haut Moyen Age découvertes en France (Ve–VIIIe siècles) (Paris).
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Lafaurie, J., Jansen, B. and Zadoks-Josephus Jitta, A. N., 1961, ‘Le trésor de Wieuwerd’, Oudheidkundige Mededelingen uit het Rijksmuseum van Oudheden te Leiden 42, pp. 78–107.
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Metcalf, D. M., 1978, ‘Another Forgery of a Sceat’, BNJ 48, p. 107.
Metcalf, D. M., 1979, ‘A Cut Halfpenny of Æthelred II Found at Crompton’, SNC 87 (September 1979), p. 380.
Metcalf, D. M., 1979, Coinage in South-Eastern Europe 820–1397, RNS (London).
Metcalf, D. M., 1979, ‘La traversée de la Manche (VIIIe–IXe siècles)’, BSFN 34, pp. 511–14.
Metcalf, D. M., 1980, ‘Continuity and Change in English Monetary History c.973–1086. Part 1’, BNJ 50, pp. 20–49.
Metcalf, D. M., 1981, ‘A Sketch of the Currency in the Time of Charles the Bald’, in M. Gibson and J. Nelson (eds.), Charles the Bald: Court and Kingdom, BAR Int. Ser. 101 (Oxford), pp. 53–84. [Delete, as the second edition (1990) is also cited below?]
Metcalf, D. M., 1981, ‘Some Twentieth-Century Runes. Statistical Analysis of the Viking-Age Hoards and the Interpretation of Wastage Rates’, in M. A. S. Blackburn and D. M. Metcalf (eds.), Viking-Age Coinage in the Northern Lands, The Sixth Oxford Symposium on Coinage and Monetary History, BAR Int. Ser. 122 (Oxford), pp. 329–82.
Metcalf, D. M., 1982, ‘Anglo-Saxon Coins I: Seventh to Ninth Centuries’, in J. Campbell (ed.), The Anglo-Saxons (Oxford), pp. 62–3.
Metcalf, D. M., 1983, ‘An Eighth-Century Anglo-Saxon Coin from Walton, Aylesbury’, Records of Bucks 25, pp. 176–7.
Metcalf, D. M., 1983, ‘Interpreting the Alloy of the Merovingian Silver Coinage’, C. N. L. Brooke, B. H. I. H. Stewart, J. G. Pollard and T. R. Volk. (eds.), Studies in Numismatic Method Presented to Philip Grierson (Cambridge), pp. 113–25.
Metcalf, D. M., 1983, ‘An Eighth-Century Archer’, The Ashmolean 2, pp. 12–13.
Metcalf, D. M., 1984, ‘Monetary Circulation in Southern England in the First Half of the Eighth Century’, in D. H. Hill and D. M. Metcalf (eds.), Sceattas in England and on the Continent, BAR Brit. Ser. 128 (Oxford), pp. 27–69.
Metcalf, D. M., 1984, ‘Twenty-Five Notes on Sceatta Finds’, in D. H. Hill and D. M. Metcalf (eds.), Sceattas in England and on the Continent, BAR Brit. Ser. 128 (Oxford), pp. 193–205.
Metcalf, D. M., 1984, ‘A Note on Sceattas as a Measure of International Trade, and on the Earliest Danish Coinage’, in D. H. Hill and D. M. Metcalf (eds.), Sceattas in England and on the Continent, BAR Brit. Ser. 128 (Oxford), pp. 159–64.
Metcalf, D. M., 1984, ‘Estimation of the Volume of the Northumbrian Coinage, c.738–88’, in D. Hill and D. M. Metcalf (eds.), Sceattas in England and on the Continent, BAR Brit. Ser. 128 (Oxford), pp. 113–16.
Metcalf, D. M., 1985, ‘A Seventh-Century Looped Solidus from the Isle of Thanet’, Archaeologia Cantiana 102, pp. 66–9.
Metcalf, D. M., 1985, ‘Danmarks ældste monter’, NNUM, pp. 3–10.
Metcalf, D. M., 1986, ‘Nyt om sceattas af typen Wodan/monster’, NNUM, pp. 100–20.
Metcalf, D. M., 1985, ‘To what Extent did Anglo-Saxon Coins Circulate within the Northern Lands? Evidence from the Numerical Analysis and Interpretation of Pecking’, Hikuin II, pp. 91–100. [Move this up to be with other 1985 publications?]
Metcalf, D. M., 1986, ‘The Monetary History of England in the Tenth Century Viewed in the Perspective of the Eleventh Century’, in M. A. S. Blackburn (ed.), Anglo-Saxon Monetary History. Essays in Memory of Michael Dolley (Leicester), pp. 133–57.
Metcalf, D. M., 1986, ‘A Coin of Edward the Elder’, in H. R. Hurst (ed.), Gloucester: The Roman and Later Defences, Gloucester Archaeological Reports 2 (Gloucester), pp. 38–9.
Metcalf, D. M., 1986, ‘Some Finds of Thrymsas and Sceattas in England’, BNJ 56, pp. 1–15.
Metcalf, D. M., 1986, ‘Nyt om sceattas af typen Wodan/monster’, NNUM, pp. 110–20.
Metcalf, D. M. (ed.), 1987, Coinage in Ninth-Century Northumbria. The Tenth Oxford Symposium on Coinage and Monetary History, BAR Brit. Ser. 180 (Oxford).
Metcalf, D. M., 1987, ‘“A Penny Life Will Give You All the Facts”’, NC 147, pp. 184–8.
Metcalf, D. M., 1987, ‘The Taxation of Moneyers under Edward the Confessor and in 1086’, in J. C. Holt (ed.), Domesday Studies (Woodbridge), pp. 279–93.
Metcalf, D. M., 1987, ‘Were Ealdormen Exercising Independent Control over the Coinage in Mid-Tenth Century England?’, BNJ 57, pp. 24–33.
Metcalf, D. M., 1987, ‘Hexham and Cuerdale: Two Notes on Metrology’, CN, pp. 383–96.
Metcalf, D. M., 1988, ‘A Sceat of Series K Minted by Archbishop Berhtwald of Canterbury (693–731)’, BNJ 58, pp. 124–6.
Metcalf, D. M., 1988, ‘A Plate of Anglo-Saxon Coins Found at Reculver, Kent in the Eighteenth Century’, BNJ 58, pp. 126–8.
Metcalf, D. M., 1988, ‘The Coins’, in P. Andrews (ed.), Southampton Finds, I: The Coins and Pottery from Hamwic, Southampton Archaeol. Monographs 4 (Southampton), pp. 17–59.
Metcalf, D. M., 1988, ‘The Currency of the Kingdom of East Anglia in the First Half of the Eighth Century’, in Berghaus et al. (ed.), Commentationes numismaticae, pp. 19–27.
Metcalf, D. M., 1988, ‘A Topographical Commentary on the Coin Finds from Ninth-Century Northumbria (c.780–c.870)’, CN, pp. 361–82.
Metcalf, D. M., 1989, ‘Large Danegelds in Relation to War and Kingship: Their Implications for Monetary History, and Some Numismatic Evidence’, in S. C. Hawkes (ed.), Weapons and Warfare in ASE, Oxford University Committee for Archaeology Monograph 21 (Oxford), pp. 179–89.
Metcalf, D. M., 1989, ‘The Availability and Uses of Gold Coinage in England, c.580–c.670: Kentish Primacy Reconsidered’, Festskrift till Lars O. Lagerqvist.
(Stockholm) Svenska Numismatiska Föreningen, 1989, pp. 267–74.
Metcalf, D. M., 1990, ‘A Sketch of the Currency in the Time of Charles the Bald’, in M. Gibson and J. L. Nelson (eds.), Charles the Bald: Court and Kingdom, 2nd edn (Aldershot), pp. 65–97.
Metcalf, D. M., 1990, ‘Can we Believe the Very Large Figure of £72,000 for the Geld Levied by Cnut in 1018?’, in K. Jonsson (ed.), Studies in Late Anglo-Saxon Coinage in Memory of Bror Emil Hildebrand in Memory of Bror Emil Hildebrand, Svenska Numismatiska Meddelanden 35 (Stockholm), pp. 167–76.
Metcalf, D. M., 1990, ‘The Rise and Fall of the Danelaw Connection, the Export of Obsolete English Coins to the Northern Lands, and the Tributes of 991 and 994’, in K. Jonsson and B. Malmer (eds.), Sigtuna Papers, Proceedings of the Sigtuna Symposium on Viking-Age Coinage, 1–4 June 1989, Commentationes de nummis saeculorum IX–XI in Suecia repertis, nova series 6 (Stockholm), pp. 213–23.
Metcalf, D. M., 1991, ‘A Kingdom Divided’, SNC 99 (November), pp. 292–3.
Metcalf, D. M., 1992, ‘The Rome (Forum) Hoard of 1883’, BNJ 62, pp. 63–96.
Metcalf, D. M., 1993–4, Thrymsas and Sceattas in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, Royal Numismatic Society Special Publication 276, 3 vols. (London). [Check – is this how multi-volume publications are cited?]
Metcalf, D. M., 1994, ‘The Beginnings of Coinage in the North Sea Coastlands: A Pirenne-Like Hypothesis’, in B. Ambrosiani and H. Clarke (eds.), Developments Around the Baltic and the North Sea in the Viking Age, The Twelfth Viking Congress (Stockholm), pp. 196–214.
Metcalf, D. M., 1994, ‘Were Most Anglo-Saxon Coins Carried First to Germany, on Their Way to the Northern Lands?’, in B. Ambrosiani and H. Clarke (eds.), Developments Around the Baltic and the North Sea in the Viking Age, The Twelfth Viking Congress (Stockholm), pp. 207–12.
Metcalf, D. M., 1995, ‘The Monetary Significance of Scottish Viking-Age Coin Hoards, with a Short Commentary’, in J. A. Graham-Campbell, The Viking-Age Gold and Silver of Scotland (Edinburgh), pp. 16–24.
Metcalf, D. M., 1996, ‘Kan Hedeby mønter også præget Ribe og Birka?’ NNUM 5, pp. 74–7.
Metcalf, D. M., 1996, ‘Viking-Age Numismatics. 2. Coinage in the Northern Lands in Merovingian and Carolingian times’, NC 156, pp. 399–428.
Metcalf, D. M., 1998, ‘Viking-Age Numismatics. 4. The Currency of German and Anglo-Saxon Coins in the Northern Lands’, NC 158, pp. 345–71.
Metcalf, D. M., 1998, An Atlas of Anglo-Saxon and Norman Coin Finds, c.973–1086, 3 vols (London).
Metcalf, D. M., 1998, ‘Runes and Literacy: Pondering the Evidence of Anglo-Saxon Coins of the Eighth and Ninth Centuries’, in K. Düwel with S. Nowak (eds.), Runeninschriften als Quellen interdisziplinärer Forschung. Proceedings of the Fourth International Symposium on Runes and Runic Inscriptions in Göttingen 4–9 August 1995, Ergänzungsbände zum Reallexikon der Germanischen Alterumskunde 15 (Berlin), pp. 434–8.
Metcalf, D. M., 1998, ‘The Monetary Economy of Ninth-Century England South of the Humber: a Topographical Analysis’, in KCA, pp. 167–97.
Metcalf, D. M., 1999, ‘Viking-Age Numismatics. 5. Denmark in the Time of Cnut and Harthacnut’, NC 159, pp. 395–430.
Metcalf, D. M., 2000, ‘Determining the Mint-Attribution of East Anglian Sceattas Through Regression Analysis’, BNJ 70, pp. 1–11.
Metcalf, D. M., 2000–2, ‘Single Finds of Wodan/Monster Sceattas in England and Their Interpretation for Monetary History’, NNÅ, pp. 109–48.
Metcalf, D. M., 2001, ‘“As Easy as A, B, C”: The Mint-Places of Early Sceatta Types in the South-East, BNJ 71, pp. 34–48.
Metcalf, D. M., 2001, ‘The Premises of Early Medieval Mints: The Case of Eleventh-Century Winchester’, in R. La Guardia (ed.), I luoghi della moneta le sedi delle zecche dall’antichità all’età moderno. Atti del convegno internazionale 22–23 ottobre 1999 Milano (Milan), pp. 59–67.
Metcalf, D. M., 2001, ‘Who was Vanimundus?’, The Ashmolean 40 (Spring 2001), p. 11.
Metcalf, D. M., 2002, ‘Financial Support for Outlying Churches? A Perspective on the Uses of Money in Eighth-Century Northumbria’, BNJ 72, pp. 167–9.
Metcalf, D. M., 2002, ‘Interpreting Coin Hoards for Polish Monetary History: The Quarter-Century 1025–1050’, in B. Paszkiewicz (ed.), Moneta Medievalis. Studies offered to Professor Stanislaw Suchodolski (Warsaw), pp. 245–51.
Metcalf, D. M., 2003, ‘Variations in the Composition of the Currency at Different Places in England’, in T. Pestell and K. Ulmschneider (eds.), Markets in Early Medieval Europe. Trading and ‘Productive’ Sites, 650–850 (Macclesfield), pp. 37–47.
Metcalf, D. M., 2004, ‘Monetary Circulation in England, c.675–c.710: The Distribution Pattern of Series A, B and C – and F’, BNJ 74, pp. 1–19.
Metcalf, D. M., 2005, ‘The First Series of Sceattas Minted in Southern Wessex: Series W’, BNJ 75, pp. 1–17.
Metcalf, D. M., 2006, ‘Inflows of Anglo-Saxon and German Coins into the Northern Lands c.997–1024: Discerning the Patterns’, in C&H, pp. 349–88.
Metcalf, D. M., 2006, ‘Monetary Circulation in the Danelaw, 973–1083’, in S. Keynes and A. P. Smyth (eds.), Anglo-Saxons: Studies Presented to Cyril Roy Hart (Dublin), pp. 159–85.
Metcalf, D. M., 2006, ‘The Coinage of King Aldfrith of Northumbria (685–704) and Some Contemporary Imitations’, BNJ 76, pp. 146–58.
Metcalf, D. M., 2007, ‘Regions around the North Sea with a Monetised Economy in the Pre-Viking and Viking Ages’, in J. Graham-Campbell and G. Williams (eds.), Silver Economy in the Viking Age (Walnut Creek, CA), pp. 1–11.
Metcalf, D. M., 2007, ‘Runic Sceattas Reading epa, Types R1 and R2’, BNJ 77, pp. 49–70.
Metcalf, D. M., 2008, ‘Sceattas: Twenty-One Years of Progress’, in SiEMC 1, pp. 7–16.
Metcalf, D. M., 2009, Betwixt sceattas and Offa’s pence. Mint-attributions, and the chronology of a recession, BNJ, 79, pp. 1–33.
Metcalf, D. M., 2011, English money, foreign money. The circulation of tremisses and sceattas in the East Midlands and the monetary role of ‘productive sites’, SiEMC 2, pp. 13–46.
Metcalf, D. M. and Gilmore, G. R., 1978, ‘A False Exeter Coin of Alfred the Great’, SNC 86 (February), pp. 72–3.
Metcalf, D. M. and Hamblin, L. K., 1968, ‘The Composition of Some Frisian Sceattas’, JMP 55, pp. 28–45.
Metcalf, D. M. and Hamblin, L. K., 1968, ‘A Modern Forgery of a Sceat’, BNJ 37, pp. 190–1.
Metcalf, D. M. and Jonsson, K., 1980, ‘A Hoard from Early in the Reign of Æthelred II Found at Spettisbury Rings Hill Fort, Dorset’, BNJ 50, pp. 132–3.
Metcalf, D. M. and Miskimin, H. A., 1968, ‘The Carolingian Pound: A Discussion’, SNC 76, pp. 296–8, 333–4.
Metcalf, D. M. and Northover, J. P., 1985, ‘Debasement of the Coinage in Southern England in the Age of King Alfred’, NC 145.
Metcalf, D. M. and Northover, J. P., 1986, ‘Interpreting the Alloy of the Later Anglo-Saxon Coinage’, BNJ 56, pp. 35–63.
Metcalf, D. M. and Northover, J. P., 1988, ‘Carolingian and Viking Coins from the Cuerdale Hoard: An Interpretation and Comparison of Their Metal Contents’, NC 148, pp. 97–116.
Metcalf, D. M. and Northover, J. P., 1988, ‘Herreth’, CN, pp. 91–101.
Metcalf, D. M. and Northover, J. P., 1988, ‘The Northumbrian Royal Coinage in the Time of Æthelred II and Osberht’, CN, pp. 187–233.
Metcalf, D. M. and Northover, J. P., 1989, ‘Coinage Alloys from the Time of Offa and Charlemagne to c.864’, NC 149, pp. 101–20.
Metcalf, D. M. and Northover, J. P., 2002, ‘Sporadic Debasement in the English Coinage, c.1009–1052’, NC 162, pp. 217–36.
Metcalf, D. M. and Op den Velde, W., 2009–10, The monetary economy of the Netherlands, c. 690–c. 760 and the trade with England: a study of the ‘Porcupine’ sceattas of Series E, JMP, 96–97.
Metcalf, D. M. and Schweizer, F., 1970, ‘Milliprobe Analyses of some Visigothic, Suevic and Other Gold Coins of the Early Middle Ages’, Archaeometry 12, pp. 173–88.
Metcalf, D. M. and Stós-Gale, Z., 1982, ‘Chemical Analyses of Some Sceattas from the Southampton Excavations’, NC 142, pp. 142–8.
Metcalf, D. M. and Walker, D. R., 1967, ‘The “Wolf” Sceattas’, BNJ 36, pp. 11–28.
Metcalf, D. M. and Walker, D. R., 1976, ‘Tin as a Minor Constituent in Two Sceattas from the Shakenoak Excavations’, NC 7 vol. 16, pp. 228–9.
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