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Hines, John 2021. The chronological framework of early Anglo-Saxon graves and grave goods: new radiocarbon data from RAF Lakenheath, Eriswell, Suffolk, and a new calibration curve (IntCal20). Antiquaries Journal 101 , pp. 106-142. 10.1017/S0003581520000517

Hines, John 2019. The archaeological context: Matters of material and social significance. In: Fern, Chris, Dickinson, Tania and Webster, Leslie eds. The Staffordshire Hoard: An Anglo-Saxon Treasure, Reports of the Research Committee of the Society of Antiquaries of London, London: Society of Antiquaries of London, pp. 301-319.

Hines, John and Julian-Jones, Melissa 2019. Below Malvern: MS Digby 86, the Grimhills, and the Underhills in their regional and social context. In: Fein, Susanna ed. Interpreting MS Digby 86: A Trilingual Book from Thirteenth-Century Worcestershire, Cambridge: D S Brewer,

Hines, John 2019. Two personal names in recently found Anglo-Saxon runic inscriptions: Sedgeford (Norfolk) and Elsted (West Sussex). Anglia 137 (2) , pp. 278-302. 10.1515/ang-2019-0025

Hines, John 2019. But men seyn, “What may ever laste?” Chaucer’s House of Fame as a medieval museum. In: Johnston, Andrew and Hartmann, Jan-Peer eds. Material remains: Reading the past through archaeological objects in Medieval and early modern British literature, Columbus, Ohio: University of Ohio Press,

Hines, John 2019. Practical Runic Literacy in the Late Anglo-Saxon Period: Inscriptions on lead sheet. In: Lenker, Ursula and Kornexl, Lucia eds. Anglo-Saxon Micro-texts, Berlin: De Gruyter,

Hines, John 2018. The Anglo-Frisian question. In: Hines, John and IJssennagger, Nelleke eds. Frisians and their North Sea Neighbours: From the Fifth Century to the Viking Age, Woodbridge: Boydell Press, pp. 25-42.

Hines, John 2018. The Anglo-Saxon settlement at Catholme, Staffordshire: a re-assessment of the chronological evidence and possible re-interpretation. Anglo-Saxon Studies in Archaeology and History 21 , pp. 47-59.

Hines, John 2017. A glimpse of the heathen Norse in Lincolnshire. In: Hawkes, Jane and Cambridge, Eric eds. Crossing boundaries: Interdisciplinary approaches to the art, material culture, language and literature of the Early Medieval World, Oxford: Oxbow, pp. 118-126.

Hines, John Alan and Forward, Alice 2016. Cosmeston, South Wales: conquest, colonisation and material culture change. In: Klápšte, Jan ed. Agrarian Technology in the Medieval Landscape, Turnhout: Brepols, pp. 125-141.

Hines, John Alan 2015. The ownership of medieval literature: reading medieval literature in its historical context. In: Fannon, Beatrice Elizabeth ed. Medieval English Literature, New Casebooks, Basingstoke: Palgrave-Macmillan, pp. 13-29.

Hines, John 2015. The Benedicite canticle in Old English verse: an early runic witness from southern Lincolnshire. Anglia 133 (2) , pp. 257-277. 10.1515/ang-2015-0023

Hines, John 2015. Burial and religion in pre-Christian Anglo-Saxon England. In: Brieske, Vera and Ruhmann, Christiane eds. Dying Gods: Religious Beliefs in Northern and Eastern Europe in the time of Christianisation, Neue Studien zur Sachsenforschung, vol. 5. Stuttgart: In Kommission bei Konrad Theiss Verlag, pp. 63-71.

Hines, John 2014. The hunting of the sceatt. In: Abramson, Tony ed. Studies in Early Medieval Coinage 3: Sifting the Evidence, vol. 3. London: Spink Books, pp. 7-17.

Hines, John 2014. From *AnleifR to Havelok: The English and the Irish Sea. In: Sigurðsson, Jón Viðar and Bolton, Timothy eds. Celtic-Norse Relationships in the Irish Sea in the Middle Ages 800-1200, The Northern World, Leiden: Brill, pp. 187-214.

Hines, John Alan 2014. På terskelen til historisk tid: runesteinene fra Tu og Klepp. In: Kristoffersen, Elna Siv ed. Et Akropolis på Jæren? Tinghaugplatået gjennom Jernalderen, AmS-Varia, vol. 55. Stavanger: Stavanger Universitet, pp. 117-125.

Hines, John Alan 2013. Review Article: The final publication of the series 'On the Iconology of the Gold Bracteates' and Karl Hauck's legacy. Medieval Archaeology 57 (1) , pp. 251-261. 10.1179/0076609713Z.00000000024

Hines, John Alan 2013. Social structures and social change in seventh-century England: the law codes and complementary sources. Historical Research 86 (233) , pp. 394-407. 10.1111/1468-2281.12002

Hines, John and Bayliss, Alexandra, eds. 2013. Anglo-Saxon graves and grave goods of the Sixth and Seventh Centuries AD: A chronological framework. SMA Monograph, vol. 33. Leeds: Society for Medieval Archaeology.

Hines, John Alan 2011. New light on literacy in eighth-century East Anglia: a runic inscription from Baconsthorpe, Norfolk. Anglia - Zeitschrift für englische Philologie 129 (3-4) , pp. 281-296. 10.1515/angl.2011.039

Hines, John Alan 2011. Literary sources and archaeology. In: Hamerow, Helena, Hinton, David and Crawford, Sally eds. The Oxford Handbook of Anglo-Saxon Archaeology, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 968-985.

Hines, John Alan 2011. No place like home? The Anglo-Saxon social landscape from within and without. In: Sauer, Hans, Story, Joanna and Waxenberger, Gabriele eds. Anglo Saxon England and the Continent, Essays in Anglo-Saxon Studies, vol. 3. Tempe, AZ: ACMRS (Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies), pp. 21-40.

Hines, John Alan 2010. Units of account in gold and silver in Seventh-Century England: scillingas, sceattas and pæningas. Antiquaries 90 , pp. 153-173. 10.1017/S0003581510000089

Hines, John Alan 2008. Changes and exchanges in Bede's and Cædmon's world. In: Frantzen, Allen and Hines, John Alan eds. Cædmon's Hymn and material culture in the world of Bede, Morganton, West Virginia: University of West Virginia Press, pp. 191-220.

Hines, John Alan 2008. Changes and exchanges in Bede's and Caedmon's World. In: Frantzen, Allen J. and Hines, John Alan eds. Caedmon's Hymn and Material Culture in the World of Bede:Six Essays, Medieval European studies, vol. 10. Morgantown: West Virginia University Press, pp. 191-220.

Hines, John Alan 2008. Beowulf and archaeology - revisited. In: Karkov, Catherine E. and Damico, Helen eds. Aedificia Nova: studies in honor of Rosemary J. Cramp, Kalamazoo, MI: Medieval Institute Publications, Western Michigan University, pp. 89-105.

Sharples, Niall MacPherson 2007. A find of Ringerike art from Bornais in the Outer Hebrides. In: Hines, John, Lane, Alan and Redknap, M. eds. Land, Sea and Home, Society for Medieval Archaeology Monographs, vol. 20. Leeds: Maney, pp. 255-272.

Hines, John Alan 2004. Voices in the past: English literature and archaeology. Woodbridge: D. S. Brewer.

Hines, John Alan 2003. Society, community, and identity. In: Charles-Edwards, Thomas ed. After Rome, Short Oxford History of the British Isles, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 61-102.

Hines, John Alan 2002. Lies, damned lies, and a curriculum vitae: reflections on statistics and the populations of Early Anglo-Saxon inhumation cemeteries. In: Lucy, Sam and Reynolds, Andrew eds. Burial in Early Medieval England and Wales, Society for Medieval Archaeology monograph, vol. 17. Maney Publishing for the Society for Medieval Archaeology, pp. 88-102.

Hines, John Alan 2001. Demography, ethnography and archaeolinguistic evidence: a study of Celtic and Germanic from prehistory into the early historical period. In: Terrell, John Edward ed. Archaeology, Language, and History: Essays on Culture and Ethnicity, Scientific Archaeology for the Third Millennium, Westport, CT: Bergin & Garvey, pp. 153-172.

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