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Dr Mark Blackburn

Keeper, Department of Coins and Medals, Fitzwilliam Museum
Reader in Numismatics and Monetary History, University of Cambridge



`A Tamworth penny of Henry I', BNJ 43 (1973), 99-100.


`The mint of Watchet', BNJ 44 (1974), 13-38; 46 (1976), 75-6.


`Hiberno-Norse imitations of Watchet Long Cross coins', NC 1975, 195-7.


`The "Francis" and "Brand" parcels of Hiberno-Norse coins' (with W. A. Seaby), BNJ 46 (1976), 29-38.


`Thoughts on imitations of the Anglo-Saxon coinage', SCMB 1977, 344-50.


`Anglo-Saxon coins in Polish museums', NCirc 1978, 518-20, 577-9.


(a) `Waerin: a Northampton moneyer for Eadgar', NC 1979, 217-19.

(b) `Et nyt eksemplar af Svend Tveskaegs mønt' (with M. Dolley and K. Jonsson), NNUM 1979, 61-5; English version in SCMB 1983, 60-4.

(c) `The Hiberno-Norse element of the List hoard from Sylt' (with M. Dolley), BNJ 49 (1979), 17-25.


(a) `Some early imitations of Æthelred II's Long Cross type', NCirc 1980, 130-2.

(b) `Proveniensen för Svend Tveskaegs mynt' (with M. Dolley and K. Jonsson), NNUM 1980, 57.


(a) `An imitative workshop active during Æthelræd II's Long Cross issue', in Studies in Northern Coinages of the Eleventh Century, ed. C. J. Becker (Copenhagen, 1981), 29-88.

(b) `A Scandinavian Crux/Intermediate Small Cross die-chain re-appraised', in Viking-Age Coinage in the Northern Lands, ed. Blackburn and Metcalf, II, 425-47

(c) `The Anglo-Saxon and Norman element of north European coin finds' (with K. Jonsson), in Viking-Age Coinage in the Northern Lands I, 147-255.

(d) `Five finger exercises on the List hoard' (with D. M. Metcalf), in Viking-Age Coinage in the Northern Lands II, 495-524.


(a) `A York die-cutting centre in the Crux issue of Æthelræd II', NCirc 1982, 336-8.

(b) `The Anglo-Saxon and Anglo-Norman coins at Dresden' (with M. Dolley), NCirc 1982, 47-9, 85-6.

(c) `Two Scandinavian coins found in Lincoln' (with M. Dolley), Archaeology in Lincoln 1981-82 (10th Annual Report of the Lincoln Archaeological Trust, 1982), 33-5.


(a) `A penny of Coenwulf and a small hoard of Cnut from Bottisham, Cambridgeshire', BNJ 53 (1983), 176-7.

(b) `A Stamford coin of William II type IV found in Cambridgeshire' (with M. J. Bonser), NCirc 1983, 333-4.


(a) `A chronology for the sceattas', in Sceattas in England and on the Continent, ed. D. Hill and D. M. Metcalf (BAR Brit. ser. 128; Oxford, 1984), 165-74.

(b) `A derivative of the Ver group of intermediate sceattas found at Springfield, Essex' (with M. J. Bonser), in Sceattas in England, 229-31.

(c) `A "porcupine" sceat from Sandy, Bedfordshire' (with M. J. Bonser), in Sceattas in England, 232.

(d) `Sceattas, a styca, and other coins from a site in north-east Lincolnshire' (with M. J. Bonser), in Sceattas in England, 233-9.

(e) `Single finds of Anglo-Saxon and Norman coins - 1' (with M. J. Bonser), BNJ 54 (1984), 252-3.

(f) `A coin of Edward the Confessor from Lawford, Essex' (with M. J. Bonser), SCMB 1984, 44.

(g) `A second Henry I coin of the Cambridge mint' (with M. J. Bonser), SCMB 1984, 252-3.

(h) `A portrait coin of Coenwulf found near Staines' (with M. J. Bonser), NCirc 1984, 113.

(i) `A die-link between the Sigtuna coinage of Olof Skötkonung and some Long Cross imitations reading "OCLOD"' (with J. Chown), NC 1984, 166-72.

(j) `Sceattas from an unpublished site near Cambridge' (with D. Sorenson), in Sceattas in England, 223-7.


(a) `English dies used in the Scandinavian imitative coinages', Hikuin ll (1985; Festschrift for B. Malmer), 101-24.

(b) `The Welbourn (Lincs.) hoard 1980-82 of Æthelred II coins', BNJ 85 (1985), 79-83

(c) `A preliminary account of the 9th-century coins in the Ashdon (Steventon End) hoard 1984', NCirc 1985, 43-4.

(d) `Single finds of Anglo-Saxon and Norman coins - 2' (with M. J. Bonser), BNJ 85 (1985), 55-78.


(a) `Regional die-production in Cnut's Quatrefoil issue' (with C. S. S. Lyon), in Anglo-Saxon Monetary History, ed. Blackburn, 223-72.

(b) `A revised check-list of coin hoards from the British Isles, c. 500-1100' (with H. E. Pagan), in Anglo-Saxon Monetary History, 291-313.

(c) `Single finds of Anglo-Saxon and Norman coins - 3' (with M. J. Bonser), BNJ 56 (1986), 64-101.

(d) `A penny of Eadgar from Castle Hill, Cambridge' (with D. Haigh), Proc. Cambridge Antiquarian Soc. 75 (1986), 61-2.

(e) `Two imitations of Charlemagne's Dorestad coinage – strays from the Krinkberg hoard?', NNÅ (1985/86), 5-10 [published 1991].


(a) `The Anglo-Norman coins in the Fitzwilliam Museum', BNJ 57 (1987), 108-13.

(b) `The "porcupine" sceattas of Metcalf's variety G' (with M. J. Bonser), BNJ 57 (1987), 99-103.


`Three silver coins in the name of Anthemius (467-72) from Chatham Lines, Kent' NC 1988, 169-74.


(a) `A variety of Cnut's Short Cross coinage depicting a banner', Festskrift till Lars O. Lagerqvist, ed. U. Ehrensvärd (Numismatiska meddelanden 37; Stockholm, 1989), 39-43.

(b) `The earliest Anglo-Viking coinage of the southern Danelaw (late 9th century)', Proc. of the 10th International Congress of Numismatics, London l986 (London, 1989), 341-8.

(c) `The Ashdon (Essex) hoard and the currency of the Southern Danelaw in the late ninth century', BNJ 59 (1989), 13-38.

(d) `Znaleziska pojedyncze jako miara aktywnosci monetarnej we wczesnym sredniowieczu (Single-finds as a measure of monetary activity in the early Middle Ages)', Prace i Materialy, Muzeum Archeologicznego i Etnograficznego w Lodzi. Seria numizmatyczna i konserwatorska 9 (1989), 67-85 [w. English summary].

(e) `What factors govern the number of coins found on an archaeological site?', Coins and Archaeology. Medieval Archaeology Research Group, Proceedings of the first meeting at Isegran, Norway 1988, ed. H. Clarke and E. Schia (BAR Internat. ser. 556; Oxford, 1989), 15-24.

(f) `En mynt fra Olav Kyrre (1067-93) funnet naer Lincoln', Norsk Numismatisk Tidsskrift 1989:2, 4-5

(g) `A small fused group of coins from the reign of Edgar (959-75) found near North Owersby, Lincs.' (with M. J. Bonser), NCirc 1989, 255.


(a) `Hiberno-Norse coins of the Helmet type', in Studies in Late Anglo-Saxon Coinage, ed. K. Jonsson (Numismatiska Meddelanden 35; Stockholm, 1990), 9-24.

(b) `Do Cnut the Great's first coins as king of Denmark date from before 1018?', Sigtuna Papers. Proceedings of the Viking-Age Coinage Symposium at Sigtuna, 1989, ed. K. Jonsson and B. Malmer (Commentationes de nummis saeculorum IX-XI in Suecia repertis. Nova series 6; Stockholm, 1990), 52-65.

(c) `Coinage and currency under Henry I: a review', Anglo-Norman Studies 13 (1990), 49-81.

(d) `Rome's heirs: the coinages of the barbarian kingdoms, 5th-8th centuries', Journal of the London Coin Club 1990:1, 5-13.

(e) `The Anglo-Saxon coins in Gotha Museum', NCirc 1990, 83-4.

(f) `The Blunt collection of medieval coins acquired for the Fitzwilliam Museum', NCirc 1990, 119-21.

(g) `A Viking-age silver ingot from near Easingwold, Yorks.' (with M. J. Bonser), Med.Arch. 34 (1990), 149-50.

(h) `Une monnaie d'or carolingienne inédite portant le nom de l'atelier de Chartres' (with M. J. Bonser), BSFN April 1990, 796.

(i) `A fifth round halfpenny of Henry I found at Hempnall, Norfolk' (with A. Rogerson), NCirc 1990, 198-9.

(j) `A Carolingian gold coin struck from a die of Chartres and found at Congham, Norfolk' (with M. J. Bonser), NCirc 1990, 304-6.


(a) `Æthelred's coinage and the payment of tribute', in The Battle of Maldon A. D. 991, ed. D. G. Scragg (Oxford, 1991), 156-69.

(b) `A survey of Anglo-Saxon and Frisian coins with runic inscriptions', in Old English Runes and their Continental Background, ed. A. Bammesberger (Heidelberg, 1991), 137-89.

(c) `Les monnaies de Beauvais dans un trésor découvert aux environs de Paris vers 1987 (la soi-disant "trouvaille de Beauvais")', BSFN 1991, 110-16.

(d) 'A small hoard from Polstead, Suffolk deposited c. 1035' (with J. Newman), BNJ 61 (1991), 124-5.

(e) `A small purse hoard of Harthacnut coins from Bowthorpe, Norfolk' (with A. Rogerson), BNJ 61 (1991), 125-6.

(f) `England: medieval' (with P. Grierson), in A Survey of Numismatic Research 1985-1990, ed. T. Hackens and others (Brussels, 1991), 546-70.


(a) `Coin circulation in Germany during the early middle ages: The evidence of single-finds', Fernhandel und Geldwirtschaft, ed. B. Kluge (Sigmaringen, 1993), 37-54.

(b) `Coin finds and coin circulation in Lindsey, c. 600-900', in Pre-Viking Lindsey, ed. A. Vince (Lincoln Archaeological Studies 1; Lincoln, 1993), 80-90.

(c)`Coins and Medals', in Splendours of Flanders, by A. Arnould and J. M. Massing (Cambridge, 1993), 223-30.

(d) `A lead striking of an East Anglian variant of Stephen's type 1', NC 153 (1993), 215-17.

(e) `Two new halfpennies of Edward the Elder and Athelstan', BNJ 63 (1993), 123-4

(f) `A new type of Edward the Confessor for the "Newport" mint' (with M. J. Bonser and W. J. Conte), BNJ 63 (1993), 125-6.

(g) `A new mint for Stephen - RVCI (Rochester)', BNJ 63 (1993), 126-7.

(h) `Two Viking-age silver ingots from Ditchinham and Hindringham, Norfolk: the first ingot finds from East Anglia' (with A. Rogerson), Med.Arch. 37 (1993), 222-4.

(i) `Hertford - A new mint for Henry I', NCirc 1993, 349.


(a) `Coinage and currency', in The Anarchy of King Stephen's Reign, ed. E. King (Oxford, 1994), 145-205.

(b) `Mint attributions of the "petits deniers à la croix brabançonne"', Proc. of the 11th International Congress of Numismatics, Brussels 1991 (Brussels, 1993 [1994]), III, 105-11.

(c) `Stenton and Anglo-Saxon numismatics', Anglo-Saxon England Fifty Years On, ed. D. Matthew (Reading Historical Studies 1; Reading 1994), 61-81.

(d) `A variant of the seventh-century "York" group of shillings found in Lincolnshire', NC 154 (1994), 204-8.

(e) `The chronology of Henry I's coinage - evidence versus hypothesis', NCirc 1994, 164-5, 211.


(a) `Money and coinage', in The New Cambridge Medieval History, vol. II (c.700-c.900), ed. R. McKitterick (Cambridge, 1995), 538-59, 984-7.

(b) `An East Anglian variety of Æthelred II's Last Small Cross type', Studia Numismatica, Festschrift Arkadi Molvôgin 65, ed. I. Leimus (Tallinn, 1995), 23-6.

(c) `Engelske møntstempler brugt i Viborg?', in Tusindtallets Danske Mønter fra den kongelige Mønt- og Medaillesamling (Danish coins from the 11th Century in the Royal Collection of Coins and Medals), ed. J. Steen Jensen (Copenhagen, 1995), 44-5 [M. B. also edited all the parallel English texts in the volume].

(d) `A late Anglo-Saxon coin die from Flaxengate, Lincoln' (with J. Mann), NC 155 (1995), 201-8.

(e) `Two Norman deniers from the Stornoway hoard', NC 155 (1995), 334-6.

(f) `An unprovenanced Viking-age silver hoard of tenth-century date' (with J. Graham-Campbell), NC 155 (1995), 279-82.

(g) `A late Anglo-Saxon coin die from Flaxengate, Lincoln' (with J. Mann), Lincoln Archaeology (1995), 27-9.


(a) `Mints, burhs, and the Grately Code cap.14.2', in The Defence of Wessex: The Burghal Hidage and Anglo-Saxon Fortifications, ed. D. Hill and A. Rumble (Manchester, 1996), 160-75.

(b) `Hiberno-Norse and Irish Sea imitations of Cnut's Quatrefoil issue', BNJ 66 (1996), 1-20

(c) `Anglo-Saxon and Norman coins', Nummi selecti. Monete e medaglie provenienti da collezioni pubbliche e private del cantone Ticino pubblicate in occasione del X anniversario del Circolo Numismatico Ticinese, ed. R. Martini and N. Vismara (Koinon special issue; Milan, 1996), 316-26.

(d) `Inghilterra. Monetazione', in Enciclopedia dell' Arte Medievale VII (Rome, 1966), 374-5

(e) `A Lincoln mint-signed coin from the reign of Edgar' (with K. Leahy), NC 156 (1996), 239-41.

(f) `A hoard of late St Edmund coins from near Colchester', NC 156 (1996), 289-91.


(a) `England, Scotland, and Wales: Medieval', A Survey of Numismatic Research 1990-95, ed. C. Morrisson and B. Kluge (Berlin, 1997), 323-43

(b) `A second coin of King Eardwulf of Northumbria and the attribution of the moneyer coins of King Ælfwald' (with A. Gillis), BNJ 67 (1997), 97-9

(c) `Another Lincoln mint-signed coin of Eadred' (with M. J. Bonser), NCirc 105 (1997), 282


(a) `The London mint in the reign of Alfred', in Kings, Currency and Alliances. The History of Southern England in the Ninth Century, ed. M. A. S. Blackburn and D. N. Dumville (Boydell & Brewer; Woodbridge, 1998), 105-23

(b) `A corpus of the Cross-and-Lozenge and related coinages of Alfred, Ceolwulf II and Archbishop Æthelred' (with S. D. Keynes), in Kings, Currency and Alliances ed. M. A. S. Blackburn and D. N. Dumville (Woodbridge, 1998), 125-50

(c) `A new coin of King Eadbald of Kent (616-40)', Chris Rudd List 34 (1998), 2-4

(d) `A new runic coin type from Norfolk, England' (with R. I. Page), Nytt om Runer 13 (1998), 12-13

(e) `An eighth-century coin from the Glebe Field', Tarbat Discovery Programme Bulletin 4 (1998), 15-17


(a) `Coinage', `Hoards', `Mints and minting' and `Moneyers', in The Blackwell Encyclopaedia of Anglo-Saxon England, ed. M. Lapidge et al. (Oxford, 1999), 113-16, 317-18, 324-5

(b) `The Anglo-Saxon and medieval coins' (with J. Davies), Excavations in Thetford, North of the River, 1989-90, ed. P. Andrews and K. Penn (East Anglian Archaeology 87 (Greesenhall, 1999), 38

(c) `A new runic coin type from Norfolk, England' (with R. I. Page), Nytt om Runer 13 (1998), 12-13.


(a) `Metheltun not Medeshamstede: An Anglo-Saxon mint at Melton Mowbray rather than Peterborough Abbey', BNJ 70 (2000), 143-5

(b) `Danish silver penny (`sceat')', Castle Park, Dunbar: Two Thousand Years on a Fortified Headland, ed. D. R. Perry (Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, Monograph series 16; Edinburgh, 2000), 168-9.

(c) `The two sceattas of Series B from Grave 18', in K. Penn, Norwich Southern Bypass, Part II: Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Harford Farm, Caistor St Edmund (EAA 92, Gressenhall, 2000), 75-6


(a) `Expansion and control: aspects of Anglo-Scandinavian minting south of the Humber', in Vikings and the Danelaw. Select Papers from the Proceedings of the Thirteenth Viking Congress, ed. J. Graham-Campbell et al. (Oxford, 2001), 125-42.

(b) `A Viking hoard from Thurcaston, Leics.: preliminary report', NC 161 (2001), 349-52

(c) `Coin hoard: Grendon, Northants.' (with Peter Woods), NC 161 (2001), 352-3

(d) `Japanese coins in the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge' (with Shinichi Sakuraki), Shimonoseki City University Review 45.2 (2001), 21-33.


(a) `Finds from the Anglo-Scandinavian site of Torksey, Lincolnshire', Moneta Mediævalis. Studia numizmatyczne i historyczne ofiarowane Profesorowi Stanislawowi Suchodolskiemu w 65. rocznice urodzin, ed. B. Paszkiewicz (Warsaw, 2002), 89-101.


(a) `Productive sites and the pattern of coin loss in England, 600-1180', Markets in Early Medieval Europe: Trading and `Productive' Sites, 650-850, ed. T. Pestell and K. Ulmschneider (Macclesfield, 2003), 20-36.

(b) `Alfred's coinage reforms in context', Alfred the Great ed. T. Reuter (Aldershot, 2003), 199-217.

(c) `The St Edmund coinage in the light of a parcel from a hoard of St Edmund pennies' (with Hugh Pagan), BNJ72 (2002), 1-14.


(a) `The Coinage of Scandinavian York', Aspects of Anglo-Scandinavian York, eds R. A. Hall and others (Archaeology of York 8/4; York, 2004), 325-49.

(b) `An iron coin die' (with J. Davies), in H. Wallis, Excavations at Mill Lane, Thetford, 1995 (East Anglian Archaeology 108; 2004), 45-7.


(a) `Money and coinage', in The New Cambridge Medieval History, vol. I c. 500-c. 700), ed. P. Fouracre (Cambridge, 2005), 660-74 & 893-4.

(b) `Presidential Address 2004. Currency under the Vikings. Part 1. Guthrum and the earliest Danelaw coinages', BNJ 75 (2005), 18-43.

(c) `Coinage and Contacts in the North Atlantic during the Seventh to Mid-Tenth Centuries', in Viking and Norse in the North Atlantic. Select Papers from the Proceedings of the Fourteenth Viking Congress, Tórshavn, 19-30 July 2001, ed. A. Mortensen and S. V. Arge (Tórshavn, 2005), 141-51

(d) `Coin Finds as primary historical evidence for medieval Europe', in Kaheinimiru Dynamism: Ou Chu Nichi Hikakuno Shitenkara (Dynamism in Coinage: Europe, China and Japan, Comparative Viewpoints), Dai 12 kai Shutsudosenkakenkyukai Houkokuyoushi in Fukuoka 2005 (Proceedings of the 12th Conference of the Coin Finds Research Group held in Fukuoka 2005), ed. Shinichi Sakuraki (Fukuoka, 2005), 7-50 (in English and Japanese).
Also published in Chuseishi Kenkyu to Koukogaku: Chusei no Nippon to Europa deno Ryutsu to Kahei wo Chushin ni (Archaeology and the Study of Medieval History: Highlighting Distribution and Money in Medieval Japan and Europe), Kokusai Symposium, Shiryoushu 2005.11.12, Chuo Daigaku Kourakuen Campus (Proceedings of an International Symposium held 12 November 2005, at Chuo University Kourakuen Campus [Tokyo]), ed. Kaname Maekawa (Tokyo, 2005), 1-27 (in English).

(e) `Disseminating find evidence; the British Corpus of Early Medieval Coin Finds', XIII Congreso Internacional de Numismática, Madrid 2003, Actas, ed. C. Alfaro, C. Marcos and P. Otero (Milan, 2005), I, 169-71.

(f) `Coin finds from Kaupang: a Viking emporium on the North Sea', XIII Congreso Internacional de Numismática, Madrid 2003, Actas, ed. C. Alfaro, C. Marcos and P. Otero (Milan, 2005), I, 1143-49.

(g) `Some unpublished coins of Henry I and Stephen', BNJ 75 (2005), 166-71.

(h) `81. West Wratting, Cambridgeshire: Viking gold ingot or arm-ring fragment' and `82. Haslingfield, Cambridgeshire: Viking silver ingot', Treasure Annual Report 2003 (2005), 63-5.


(a) `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, 2006), 127-40.

(b) `Interpreting the coinage – the contribution of detector finds', Whose Find is it Anyway? Conference held at the British Museum 18 December 2003, ed. K. Suenson-Taylor, C. Heywood and J. Dillon (London, 2006), 47-53.

(c) `Presidential Address 2005. Currency under the Vikings. Part 2. The Two Scandinavian Kingdoms of the Danelaw, c. 895-954', BNJ 76 (2006), 204-26.

(d) `The Loops as a Guide to How and When the Coins were Acquired', The Hoen Hoard. A Viking gold treasure of the ninth century, ed. S. H. Fuglesang and D. M. Wilson (Rome, 2006), 181-99.


(a) `Presidential Address 2006. Currency under the Vikings. Part 3: Ireland, Wales, Isle of Man and Scotland in the Ninth and Tenth Centuries', BNJ 77 (2007), 119-49.

(b) `Gold in England during the "Age of Silver"', Silver Economy in the Viking Age, ed. J. Graham-Campbell and G. Williams (Walnut Creek, CA, 2007), 55-98.

(c) `Chinese coins in the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, with a statistical analysis of weights of the coins' (with S. Oichi and S. Sakuraki), Shimonoseki City University Review 130 (2007), 195-228.

(d) `Crosses and conversion: the iconography of the coinage of Viking York ca. 900', Cross and Culture in Anglo-Saxon England: Studies in Honor of George Hardin Brown, ed. K. L. Jolly, C. E. Karkov and S. L. Keefer (Medieval European Studies IX, Morgantown WV, 2007), 172-200.

(e) `Profile: Philip Grierson', Fitzwilliam Museum Review 2004-2006 (2007), 21-6.


(a) 'The coin finds from Kaupang', Kaupang – The Means of Exchange, ed. D. Skre, Kaupang Excavation Project Publication Series 2 (Aarhus and Oslo, 2008), 29-74.

(b) `Catalogue of the coins found at Kaupang' (with Gert Rispling and Kenneth Jonsson), Kaupang – The Means of Exchange, ed. D. Skre (Kaupang Excavation Project Publication Series 2, Aarhus and Oslo, 2008), 75-93.

(c) `Presidential Address 2007. Currency under the Vikings. Part 4. The Dublin coinage c. 995-1050', BNJ 78 (2008), 111-37.

(d) `The 2006 Symposium and Beyond', Two Decades of Discovery, ed. T. Abramson, (Studies in Early Medieval Coinages 1, Woodbridge, 2008), 69-72.

(e) `Vietnam coins in the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge’ (with Shunji Oichi and Shinichi Sakuraki), Shimonoseki City University Review 51 (2008), 115-26.

(f) `Obituary: Graham Pollard', NCirc 2008, 12-13.

(g) `Philip Grierson' (with M. McCormick and G. Constable), Speculum 83:3 (2008), 802-4.


(a) 'Currency under the Vikings. Part 5: The Scandinavian achievement and legacy', BNJ 79 (2009), 43-71.

(b) 'Designing the Jeffrey North Medal for Services to British Numismatics' (with K. Clancy), BNJ 79 (2009), 250-3.

(c) 'Silver disc and bar' (with C. Skull), in The Anglo-Saxon Settlement and Cemetery at Bloodmoor Hill, Carlton Colville, Suffolk, ed. S. Lucy et al., East Anglian Archaeology 131 (Cambridge, 2009), 410, 392-3, Fig. 7.10.19, p. 169, pl. IX, e.

(d) 'Disc brooch with pseudo-coin motif', in E. Shepherd Popescu, Norwich Castle: Excavations and Historical Survey, 1987-98. Part II: c. 1345 to Modern, East Anglian Archaeology 132 (Greesnehall, 2009), 145-6, 144, Fig. 4.67.

(e) 'Medieval and modern Western coinages: Introduction' (with P. Ilisch and F. Elfver), in A Survey of Numismatic Research 2002-2007, ed. M. Amandry and D. Bateson, International Association of Professional Numismatists, Special Publication 15 (Glasgow, 2009), 229.

(f) 'The early middle ages: Visigoths, Merovingians and Carolingians' (with S. Coupland, P. Ilisch, R. Pliego-Vázquez and A. Pol), in A Survey of Numismatic Research 2002-2007, ed. Amandry and Bateson, 251-8.

(g) 'Foreword', in R. Pliego Vázquez, La Moneda Visigoda, 2 vols. (Seville, 2009), I, 11-12.

(h) 'President's review of the year 2008', BNJ 79 (2009), 295-7.


(a) 'The Offa sceat', in D. Chick, The Coinage of Offa and His Contemporaries, British Numismatic Society Special Publication 6 (London, 2010), 31-2.

(b)'Foreword', in Chick, The Coinage of Offa and His Contemporaries, vii-xii


(a) 'Coinage in its archaeological context', in The Oxford Handbook of Anglo-Saxon Archaeology, ed. H. Hamerow, D. A. Hinton and S. Crawford (Oxford, 2011), pp. 580-99

(b)'The Viking winter camp at Torksey, 872-3', in Viking Coinage and Currency in the British Isles, British Numismatic Society, Special Publication 7 (London, 2011)