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Blair, John, Hines, John ORCID:, Tait, Katherine and Madgwick, Richard ORCID: 2023. Shakenoak revisited: post-Roman occupation and burial at a Cotswold-edge villa in the light of new evidence and approaches. Archaeological Journal 180 (1) , pp. 35-81. 10.1080/00665983.2023.2267891

Gretzinger, Joscha, Sayer, Duncan, Justeau, Pierre, Altena, Eveline, Pala, Maria, Dulias, Katharina, Edwards, Ceiridwen J., Jodoin, Susanne, Lacher, Laura, Sabin, Susanna, Vågene, Åshild J., Haak, Wolfgang, Ebenesersdóttir, S. Sunna, Moore, Kristjan H. S., Radzeviciute, Rita, Schmidt, Kara, Brace, Selina, Bager, Martina Abenhus, Patterson, Nick, Papac, Luka, Broomandkhoshbacht, Nasreen, Callan, Kimberly, Harney, Éadaoin, Iliev, Lora, Lawson, Ann Marie, Michel, Megan, Stewardson, Kristin, Zalzala, Fatma, Rohland, Nadin, Kappelhoff-Beckmann, Stefanie, Both, Frank, Winger, Daniel, Neumann, Daniel, Saalow, Lars, Krabath, Stefan, Beckett, Sophie, Van Twest, Melanie, Faulkner, Neil, Read, Chris, Barton, Tabatha, Caruth, Joanna, Hines, John ORCID:, Krause-Kyora, Ben, Warnke, Ursula, Schuenemann, Verena J., Barnes, Ian, Dahlström, Hanna, Clausen, Jane Jark, Richardson, Andrew, Popescu, Elizabeth, Dodwell, Natasha, Ladd, Stuart, Phillips, Tom, Mortimer, Richard, Sayer, Faye, Swales, Diana, Stewart, Allison, Powlesland, Dominic, Kenyon, Robert, Ladle, Lilian, Peek, Christina, Grefen-Peters, Silke, Ponce, Paola, Daniels, Robin, Spall, Cecily, Woolcock, Jennifer, Jones, Andy M., Roberts, Amy V., Symmons, Robert, Rawden, Anooshka C., Cooper, Alan, Bos, Kirsten I., Booth, Tom, Schroeder, Hannes, Thomas, Mark G., Helgason, Agnar, Richards, Martin B., Reich, David, Krause, Johannes and Schiffels, Stephan 2022. The Anglo-Saxon migration and the formation of the early English gene pool. Nature 610 , pp. 112-119. 10.1038/s41586-022-05247-2

Richardson, Andrew, Bintley, Michael, Hines, John ORCID:, Seaman, Andy ORCID: and Swift, Ellen, eds. 2022. Transitions and relationships over land and sea in the Early Middle Ages of Northern Europe. Canterbury: Canterbury Archaeological Trust.

Hines, John ORCID: 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 ORCID: 2021. But men seyn, “What may ever laste?” Chaucer’s House of Fame as a medieval museum. Hartmann, Jan-Peer and Johnston, Andrew, eds. Material remains: Reading the past through archaeological objects in Medieval and early modern British literature, Interventions: New Studies Medieval Cult, Columbus, Ohio: University of Ohio Press, pp. 240-258.

Hines, John ORCID: 2019. Practical Runic Literacy in the Late Anglo-Saxon Period: Inscriptions on lead sheet. Lenker, Ursula and Kornexl, Lucia, eds. Anglo-Saxon Micro-texts, Vol. 67. Buchreihe der Anglia/Anglia Books, Berlin: De Gruyter, pp. 29-60.

Hines, John ORCID: 2019. The archaeological context: Matters of material and social significance. 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 ORCID: and Julian-Jones, Melissa ORCID: 2019. Below Malvern: MS Digby 86, the Grimhills, and the Underhills in their regional and social context. Fein, Susanna, ed. Interpreting MS Digby 86: A Trilingual Book from Thirteenth-Century Worcestershire, Manuscript Culture in the British Isles, Cambridge: D S Brewer, pp. 255-273.

Hines, John ORCID: 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 ORCID: 2018. The Anglo-Frisian question. 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 ORCID: 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 ORCID: 2017. A glimpse of the heathen Norse in Lincolnshire. 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 ORCID: and Forward, Alice 2016. Cosmeston, South Wales: conquest, colonisation and material culture change. Klápšte, Jan, ed. Agrarian Technology in the Medieval Landscape, Turnhout: Brepols, pp. 125-141.

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

Hines, John ORCID: 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 ORCID: 2015. Burial and religion in pre-Christian Anglo-Saxon England. 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 ORCID: 2014. The hunting of the sceatt. Abramson, Tony, ed. Studies in Early Medieval Coinage 3: Sifting the Evidence, vol. 3. London: Spink Books, pp. 7-17.

Hines, John ORCID: 2014. From *AnleifR to Havelok: The English and the Irish Sea. 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 ORCID: 2014. På terskelen til historisk tid: runesteinene fra Tu og Klepp. Kristoffersen, Elna Siv, ed. Et Akropolis på Jæren? Tinghaugplatået gjennom Jernalderen, AmS-Varia, vol. 55. Stavanger: Stavanger Universitet, pp. 117-125.

Hines, John Alan ORCID: 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 ORCID: 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 ORCID: 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 ORCID: 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 ORCID: 2011. Literary sources and archaeology. 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 ORCID: 2011. No place like home? The Anglo-Saxon social landscape from within and without. 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 ORCID: 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 ORCID: 2008. Changes and exchanges in Bede's and Cædmon's world. Frantzen, Allen and Hines, John Alan ORCID:, 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 ORCID: 2008. Changes and exchanges in Bede's and Caedmon's World. 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 ORCID: 2008. Beowulf and archaeology - revisited. 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 ORCID: 2007. A find of Ringerike art from Bornais in the Outer Hebrides. Hines, John ORCID:, Lane, Alan ORCID: and Redknap, M., eds. Land, Sea and Home, Society for Medieval Archaeology Monographs, vol. 20. Leeds: Maney, pp. 255-272.

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

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

Hines, John Alan ORCID: 2002. Lies, damned lies, and a curriculum vitae: reflections on statistics and the populations of Early Anglo-Saxon inhumation cemeteries. 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 ORCID: 2001. Demography, ethnography and archaeolinguistic evidence: a study of Celtic and Germanic from prehistory into the early historical period. 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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