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    • Carley 2001.
    • Smith 1989.
    • Abrams 1996, 2.
    • Kelly 2012; Abrams 1996.
    • Carley 1985; Carley 1996; Dunning 1994.
    • Carley 2001.
    • Abrams 1996, 4.
    • Armitage Robinson 1926.
    • Halsall 2013, 6.
    • Radford 1981, 115; Rahtz 1971; Rahtz and Hirst 1974.
    • Radford 1981.
    • Ramsay et al 1992; Carley 1996, 115.
    • Fernie 1983, 71; Hardy et al 2003, 489.
    • Cherry 1976.
    • Cramp 2009, 54; Peers and Radford 1943.
    • Rahtz 1996; Rahtz and Watts 2003.
    • Rahtz 1964; Rahtz 1971; Rahtz and Hirst 1974; Rahtz 1979; Rahtz, Hirst and Wright 2000.
    • Rahtz 1991, 6.
    • Gilchrist 2013.
    • Baker and Baker 1999.
    • Gilchrist 2008b.
    • http://dx.doi.org/10.5284/1022585; 20 Nov 2014.
    • http://dx.doi.org/10.5284/1022585; 20 Nov 2014.
    • Coppack 1990, 30.
    • Woods 1994; Ellis 1982; Burrow 1982; Leach 1988; Hollinrake and Hollinrake 1989 onwards.
    • http://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/archives/view/ glastonbury_abbey_2007/; 20 Nov 2014.
    • Blain and Wallis 2004; Bowman 2009; Hutton 2003, 59-85.
    • After Meskell 2009.
    • Smith 2012; Bell and Smith 2012.
    • For example, Thomas et al 1997.
    • Hopkinson-Ball 2007; Hutton 2003, 64.
    • Gerrard 2003, 5; Rodwell 2005, 15-16.
    • Buckley et al 2013.
    • Stukeley 1724.
    • Warner 1826; Gilchrist and Sloane 2005, 125-6 and 171-2.
    • Coppack 1990, 20.
    • Willis 1866.
    • Rodwell 2005, 23-4; Buchanan 2013.
    • Coppack 1990, 23.
    • Glastonbury Abbey Conservation Plan 2004, 113. Turn this into a bibliographical reference (Vandeputte et al 1996) and then converted to graphite (Slota et al 1987). The samples were dated by Accelerator Mass Spectrometry (AMS) as described by Freeman et al (2010). The laboratory maintains a continual programme of quality assurance procedures, in addition to participating in international inter-comparisons (Scott 2003; Scott et al 2010). These tests indicate no significant offsets and demonstrate the validity of the precision quoted.
    • 24 Stuiver and Polach 1977; Stuiver and Kra 1986.
    • 25 Bronk Ramsey 1995; Bronk Ramsey 1998; Bronk Ramsey 2001; Bronk Ramsey 2009.
    • 26 Stuiver and Reimer 1986; Stuiver and Reimer 1993.
    • 27 Buck et al 1996.
    • 28 Oxford Radiocarbon Accelerator Unit (8 Feb 2015). Details of the algorithms employed by this program are available from the on-line manual or in Bronk Ramsey 1995; Bronk Ramsey 1998; Bronk Ramsey 2001; Bronk Ramsey 2009.
    • 29 Ward and Wilson 1978.
    • 30 Buck et al 1992.
    • 31 Radford 1956b, 69.
    • 32 Radford 1981, 124.
    • 33 Bond 1911.
    • 34 Radford 1955, 22.
    • 35 Radford 1981, 124.
    • 36 ibid, pl 24a.
    • 37 See Section 9 of the archive deposited with the Archaeology Data Service. This is a new footnote; check that it is OK
    • 38 Radford 1981, pl 23c.
    • 39 Depicted in Radford 1981, fig 5.
    • 40 ibid, fig 5.
    • 41 Radford 1955, 21.
    • 42 Bond 1911, pl 2.
    • 43 Radford 1955, 21.
    • 44 Radford 1960, 254.
    • 45 ibid, 254.
    • 46 See Section 61 of the archive deposited with the Archaeology Data Service. This is a new footnote; check that it is OK
    • 47 Radford 1981, fig 6.
    • 48 Radford 1958, 168.
    • 49 Bond 1910, 63.
    • 50 Radford 1956b, 72.
    • 51 ibid, 72.
    • 52 McAleer 2001, 77.
    • 53 Gilchrist and Sloane 2005, 189-91.
    • 54 See Section 61 of the archive deposited with the Archaeology Data Service. This is a new footnote; check that it is OK
    • 55 See Section 61 of the archive deposited with the Archaeology Data Service. This is a new footnote; check that it is OK
    • 56 Bond 1910, 68 and 71.
    • 57 ibid, pl 1. Centre (SUERC).
    • 58 P Pettitt, pers comm.
    • 59 NMR: DBH01/8, No 9.
    • 60 Evison 2000, 193-4.
    • 61 Garmonsway 1952, 40.
    • 62 Cramp 1975, 93; Plumber 1896, 5: 368. Does this mean volume 5?
    • 63 Cramp 2000; a summary is provided in Willmott 2010, 5.
    • 64 Wilson and Hurst 1962-3, 307-8.
    • 65 Mills and Cramp 2006, 470-1.
    • 66 Tite 2006.
    • 67 MacGowan 1996.
    • 68 BF3081 and SF3187.
    • 69 MacGowan 1996, 178.
    • 70 Evison 1991.
    • 71 Evison 1991, 143-4; Jennings 2005; Hill 1997.
    • 72 Cramp 2006, 57.
    • 73 ibid, 78.
    • 74 Foy and Bonifay 1984; Esquieu 1984.
    • 75 Saberolles 1999; Hodges 1991.
    • 76 Leciejewicz et al 1977.
    • 77 John Allan, pers comm.
    • 78 Mills and Cramp 2006, 470-1.
    • 79 Rahtz 1993, 76.
    • 80 Bayley 2000, 174. 'Primary production' refers to melting sand and ashes or natron. 'Secondary production' refers to the re-melting of cullet.
    • 81 Bayley 2000, 172-3.
    • 82 Using natron as the mineral alkali source combined with lime bearing sands, as discussed by Brill 2006; Freestone 2006; Hunter and Heyworth 1998.
    • 83 Brill 1988; Gorin-Rosen 1995, 2000; Freestone and GorinRosen 1999; Nenna 2000; Nenna et al 2005; Tal et al 2004.
    • 84 Degryse et al 2005; Degryse et al 2006; Degryse and Schnider 2008; Freestone 2005; Freestone 2006; Freestone et al 2000; Freestone et al 2002a, Freestone et al 2002b; Freestone et al 2003; Freestone et al 2009; Freestone and Hughes 2006; Henderson et al 2005; Leslie et al 2006; Ramadan 2010; Schibille 2011; Silvestri et al 2010; Wedepohl and Baumann 2000.
    • 85 Freestone 2003; Jackson 1996; Mirti et al 2000; Whitehouse 2003; Wolf et al 2005.
    • 86 Details of all methods and analytical data can be found in the online project archive.
    • 87 Welham and Willmott in prep.
    • 88 The LMLK group, as per Sayer and Smith 1961.
    • 89 The 87/86Sr ratios reflect the inclusion in the base composition of the glass of modern marine shell (87/86Sr ~0.7092) from calcareous sands, and the 143/144Nd ratios an eastern Mediterranean origin of the sand in the base composition; see Degryse et al 2010; Freestone et al 2009; Ganio et al 2012.
    • 90 Heck and Hoffman 2000; Heck and Hoffman 2002; Henderson 1988.
    • 91 Bayley 2000. it has also been noted by Black (this volume) that there appears to be a close chemical relationship
    • 27 ibid, 141; Fulford 1975.
    • 28 Fulford 1975.
    • 29 Tomber and Dore 1998, 176.
    • 30 Young 1977.
    • 31 Tomber and Dore 1998, 148-9.
    • 32 Leach 1982, fig 73; Timby 2007, fig 13.22, R65.
    • 33 Tomber and Dore 1998, 192.
    • 34 Cf Timby 2007, 600.
    • 35 Farwell 1998; Hollingrake & Hollinrake 1992; Rahtz 1991; Carr 1985.
    • 36 Hartley 1991; Rahtz 1991.
    • 37 Carr 1985.
    • 38 Warry 2006.
    • 39 Brodribb 1987, 63-83.
    • 40 Rahtz and Hirst 1974, 66; Rahtz and Watts 2003, 32.
    • 41 Williams 1971, 16-19.
    • 42 Rahtz and Greenfield 1977, 52; Branigan 1977, 111.
    • 43 Eaton 2000; Allan et al 2008; Smart 2008.
    • 44 Rahtz and Greenfield 1977; Allan et al 2008.
    • 45 Hill and Kent 1972, 205; Sutherland and Carson 1966, Vii Lyons 267.
    • 46 Reece and James 1986, 34.
    • 47 Bayley and Butcher 2004, 66-9; Mackreth 2011, 130-3.
    • 48 Eckardt and Crummy 2008, 141-2.
    • 49 Eckardt and Crummy 2008, 146, fig 90, 39-40.
    • 50 in preparing this paper we were greatly helped by Stephen Minnitt of Somerset County Museum, who arranged our access to post-Roman pottery from a number of sites in Somerset. Mike Ponsford inspected a number of the Bristol wares and made valuable comments on them. Thin-sections were prepared by Paul Hands of the University of Birmingham. Unless stated otherwise, the photographs are the work of Gary Young.
    • 51 Letter dated 13 September 1991, site archive.
    • 52 A detailed description of the state of the collection in 1991 and the reasons for concluding that all this material had been so muddled that it could only be treated as unstratified, are spelled out further in Kent 1991, 2-5. This also describes the reasoning behind the present accessioning of the collection.
    • 53 Hollinrake and Hollinrake 2008.
    • 54 Kent 1991, 2-3.
    • 55 Letter dated 13 September 1991, Radford to V Dawson, site archive.
    • 56 Unlike reliably excavated groups of the late twelfth and early thirteenth centuries, the pottery from the excavations of 1952-4 contains more glazed tripod pitchers than unglazed coarsewares (Table 8). Unless the abbey had a quite different pattern of usage from that seen elsewhere in the West Country, the coarsewares must have been discarded.
    • 57 Letter dated 13 September 1991, Radford to V Dawson, site archive.
    • 58 Rahtz 1979, 308-51.
    • 59 Gutiérrez 2007.
    • 60 Allan 1998.
    • 186 Spencer 1993, 7-8, fig 2:nos 13-18; Spencer 1998, 135-47 and no 151.
    • 187 On portable reliquaries, see Robinson 2011.
    • 188 These alternative interpretations have been suggested by John Cherry.
    • 189 Kingsford 1929, 167, provides close parallels for the C from 16th-century seals but lacks comparable capital forms for the 15th century.
    • 190 Blake et al 2003.
    • 191 Winston-Allen 1997.
    • 192 xRD analysis by Stuart Black, University of Reading.
    • 193 Lawson 1985.
    • 194 Orme 1991, 295.
    • 195 Lawson 1990 (Winchester).
    • 196 Gilchrist and Sloane 2005, 160-2.
    • 197 Nicola Rogers, pers comm.
    • 198 Gilchrist and Sloane 2005, 160.
    • 199 ibid, 94-6.
    • 200 For other bulls of Callistus iii, see 'Bull of Calistus iii to Culgaith', Cumberland and Westmorland Transactions New Series xLV 1946, 193. ?name of author? Turn this into an author / date reference and put the detail in the bibliography
    • 201 Bond 1914.
    • 202 For background, see Szirmai 1999; Gullick and Hadgraft 2008; Gillespie 2011
    • 203 Cf Egan 2001, 97-9 and fig 34: nos 77-82 (Salisbury); Biddle and Brown 1990, 741-6 and figs 211-212; nos 2290-2316 (Winchester); Margeson 1993, 69-71: fig 38: nos 435-444 (Norwich).
    • 204 Egan 1998, 272-4 (London); Geddes 1985, 149-51 and fig 45: nos 6-20 (Battle Abbey); MacGregor et al 1999, 1975-6 and figs 930-1; Rogers 2005, 168 and fig 14.2: nos b-h (York).
    • 205 Egan 1998, 272.
    • 206 Cf Crummy 1988, 98 and fig 106: no 3637 (Colchester); Margeson 1993, 68-9 and fig 37: nos 430-34 (Norwich); Rogers 2005, 168 and fig 14.42: no i; MacGregor et al 1999, 1976 and fig 932: nos 7976 and 8059 (Vicars Choral: York). See also MacGregor 1985, 125-6 for arguments concerning function.
    • 207 Williamson 2011, 104-5: cat 16; cf Geddes 1985, 164 and fig 54: no100 for a possible parallel from Battle Abbey described as a stylus.
    • 208 Goodall 1989, 228; Adler 2010, 72-3: nos 4-5 to 4-8.
    • 209 Egan and Pritchard 1991, 154-5 and fig 101: nos 720-726; cf Huddle 2007, 201and fig 5.91: no 378 (Norwich Greyfriars); Clay 1981, 133 and fig 48: no 33 (Austin Friars, Leicester); Goodall 1989, 228 and fig 62: no. 96 (Greyfriars, St Ebbe's, Oxford) and Henig 1988, 181 and fig 54: nos 9-11 (St Augustine's Abbey, Canterbury).
    • 210 Adler 2010, 74 and nos 4-11.
    • 211 Egan 1998, 277-80, cites an example on a 1457 girdle book: fig 214: nos 921, 922, 925.
    • 212 Szirmai 1999, 254-7. Numerous parallels from monastic sites include Egan and Woodfield 2005, 344 and fig 162:
    • 295 Northover 1995; Cagno et al 2012.
    • 296 Mortimer et al 1986; Mortimer 1991; Arnold 1997.
    • 297 Bayley 1992a.
    • 298 Bayley 1992a; Bayley 1992b, Mortimer et al 1986; Mortimer 1991; Northover 1995.
    • 299 Bayley 1984; Bayley 1992b; Budd et al 1992; Craddock and Craddock 1996; Arnold 1997; Dungworth 1997, Gliozzo et al 2011; König and Serneels 2012.
    • 300 Ponting et al 1998; Ponting 2002.
    • 301 Blair and Blair 1991; Northover 1984; Lechtman 1996; Gliozzo et al 2011; König and Serneels 2012.
    • 302 Mortimer et al 1986; Mortimer 1991; Bayley 1991; Arnold 1997.
    • 303 Blair and Blair 1991, Bayley et al 1993, Dungworth 1996, 1997.
    • 304 Mortimer et al 1986; Mortimer 1991; Ponting and Segal 1998; Ponting 2002.
    • 305 Craddock and Meeks 1987; Craddock and Craddock 1996; Weisgerber and Yule 2003.
    • 306 Craddock et al 2003; Datta et al 2007; Rehren 2003.
    • 307 Greer 2009.
    • 308 Ponting et al 1998; Ponting 2002; Craddock and Meeks 1987; Craddock and Craddock 1996; Greer 2009.
    • 309 Greer 2009.
    • 310 Hedges and Salter 1979.
    • 311 Park and Voyakin 2009.
    • 312 Bayley 1984.
    • 313 Eg Bond 1910; Fyfe 1926; Peers, Clapham and Horne 1938.
    • 314 An unpublished report produced for the Trustees of Glastonbury Abbey; the only published product of this work is Lewis 1997, which is extremely abbreviated.
    • 315 Draper 1995.
    • 316 Raguin 2003, 14; Petzold 1995, 64-5, fig 44.
    • 317 Oakeshott 1945; Donovan 1993.
    • 318 Kerr and Biddle 1990, 409-10, fig 100: 898.1, 898.4A and 898.4B.
    • 319 Grodecki 1947, pl 1.
    • 320 Stratford 1984, 254, cat no 260, described as a 'trefoil foliage meander'.
    • 321 See the Virgin's robes in the 'Commentary of Saint Jerome from Cîteaux' (c 1130), Dijon, Biblioteque municipale, MS 129, fol 4v in Caviness 1986, 265, fig 8.
    • 322 Kerr and Biddle 1990, 388.
    • 323 Zarnecki, Holt and Holland 1984, 53: cat no 44, 55: cat no 61.
    • 324 Caviness 1992, 191, fig 22.
    • 325 Eg in the 'Story of David' from the Book of Samuel in the Winchester Bible, c 1160-80: see Zarnecki, Holt and Holland 1984, 57, pl 65.
    • 326 'Doeg slaying the Priests', initial to Psalm 52: Oakeshott 1945, pl 1; Donovan 1993, 21, pl 19.
    • 327 Windows St iia (type R.o.1) and Nt iia (type R.o.2): Caviness 1992, 181: fig 4, 186: fig 12.
    • 328 Oxford, Corpus Christi College, MS 157 in Kauffmann 1984, 102, cat no 33.
    • 329 Oakeshott 1945.
    • 330 Lewis 1991; 1997.
    • 331 Two fragments from Cathedral Green and one from Wolvesey Palace: Biddle and Hunter 1990, 378, fig 90, nos 754, 755, 782; Kerr and Biddle 1990, 387, drapery Type 4.
    • 332 Raguin 2003, 57; Caviness 1984, 140 cat nos 90a and 90b.
    • 333 Many finely grozed convex and concave curves, two midsized half vesicas, a very small half vesica, a small almost complete vesica, a mid-sized curved 'horn', six very much smaller 'horns', a bow or bracket shape, and a concavesided triangle or spandrel shape in G14 alone; a half vesica with painted indented leaf in reserve, and a horn from G22; a partial bow and a mid-sized horn in G23; a vesica shape from G23, painted with acanthus curls; and a half vesica from the same.
    • 334 Caviness 1986, 268, fig 14.
    • 335 ibid, 260, fig 2.
    • 336 Caviness 1992.
    • 337 Stratford 1994, 254.
    • 338 Caviness 1986, 260.
    • 339 Cox and Gillies 1986; Biddle and Hunter 1990.
    • 340 Marks 1993, 129-32.
    • 341 Marks 1993, 145; Ayers 2004, 458.
    • 342 O'Connor and Haselock 1977, 334-41, pl 98; Marks 1993, 145-7; Newton 1979, 23.
    • 343 Marks 1993, 148.
    • 344 Woodforde 1946; Ayers 2004, xl-xli.
    • 345 Kerr and Biddle 1990, 396, cat no 832, fig 92.
    • 346 Ayers 2004, 586.
    • 347 Ayres 2004, 480, fig V.18.
    • 348 French 1995, pl 22 1g.
    • 349 Marks 1993, 157; Ayers 2004.
    • 350 Ayers 2004, 321-5.
    • 351 Marks 1993, 154.
    • 352 Ayers 2004, ii , pls 25 and 30.
    • 353 Ayers 2004, 57-8. (vol no?)
    • 354 Cf Kerr and Biddle 1990, 406-7, fig 97.
    • 355 Gerrard and Beaumont James forthcoming (but surely published now...)
    • 356 Lewis 1991, 10.
    • 357 Eg the Prophet Ezekiel with Christ and the Gospel Beasts, Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, MS 2 in Petzold 1995, 12, fig 6; Oakeshott 1945, pl xxxiv.
    • 358 Kauffmann in Zarnecki, Holt and Holland 1984, 85-6, cat no 1.
    • 359 Kunicki-Goldfinger et al 2014.
    • 360 Ayers 2004, 116.
    • 361 Marks 1993, 38; 154; Brown and O'Connor 1991, 61-2.
    • 362 Marks 1993, 38.
    • 363 Graves 1993.
    • 364 Dungworth 2012.
    • 365 Knight 1986.
    • 366 Cox et al 1979; Cox and Gillies 1986; Gillies and Cox 1988.
    • 367 Biddle and Hunter 1990, 358, n 29-31.
    • 368 Lillich 1984; Caviness 1986, 262; cf Gage 1982.
    • 369 Caviness 1986, 262-5.
    • 370 Bond 1909, 109. with Nicholas de Lostehulle, then seneschal (steward) of Glastonbury, and others ' (A H no 3): Church 1894, 395-6. The probable association of Norreys with the Bunetons suggests a trade connection.
    • 63 Church 1894, 162. William de Bunetone, called 'sculptor' in Edward ii 's time grants twelve houses 'in vico qui vocatur Boneton in villa Glaston' and lands to his son John de Boneton, charged with payment of two shillings to the abbot, and to heirs of William aurifaber (goldsmith) a pair of gloves (A H nos 11, 12): Church 1894, 395-6.
    • 64 Does this suggest that the destruction of the abbey was delayed into the late 1540s or early 1550s? By 1539 the reformation of abused images was well underway, but the full scale of Reformation iconoclasm was not unleashed until Edward's reign.
    • 65 Prior and Gardner's 1912 treatment of Glastonbury is restricted to the carvings of the Lady Chapel doors, and the roundels with the symbols of the Evangelists on the Abbey Barn; Arthur Gardner's 1951 volume similarly only deals with the Lady Chapel carvings; cf Boase 1953; Zarnecki 1953, 50; Stone 1972. The most important modern material is Thurlby 1995 and Williamson 1995.
    • 66 Fryer 1920, 35-6, 39. it is unclear how the effigy of Michael of Amesbury escaped Fryer's attention; it was drawn by Skinner in 1825.
    • 67 Alexander and Binski 1987, cat no 296, 323; Doran 2009, cat nos 171, 174.
    • 68 Stratford 1983.
    • 69 Dated c 1325 by Stratford and Morris, but found in the context of the refectory in 1910, a building from the abbacy of Chinnock and probably after 1407.
    • 70 Though a later 15th-century date might be more appropriate: these fragments certainly do not approach the early 16th-century sculptures of the Henry Vii Chapel at Westminster or Bath Abbey's west front in style or quality.
    • 71 Collinson 1791, ii , 260-1.
    • 72 Salzman 1967, 153-4; Harris 1982; Sampson 1998b, 103-8.
    • 73 John Skinner's Journal: 31 March 1826 (re: S731); Bond 1926, 14.
    • 74 This tendency for architectural retrospection is apparent at Ottery St Mary, where windows previously dated to c 1250 can be shown on the basis of masons' marks to date to the refoundation of the church by Grandison in 1337-45. Jon Cannon has identified Romanesque motifs re-emerging on the tower at Gloucester Cathedral; the south nave aisle also has ball-flower on a window remodelled c 1400: Heighway 2012, 7.
    • 75 Lady Wedgwood (Pamela Tudor-Craig) in Alexander and Binski 1987, cat no 296, 323. The fourth, larger, and 'unnumbered' head (S791) included in this group for the exhibition is not stylistically part of this group, and is carved from Doulting stone not Beer.
    • 76 Radford 1981, 131.
    • 77 Sampson 2009.
    • 78 Monckton 2006; Wilson 1980.
    • 79 Aston (1988, 223-4, 232-3) discusses the shifting
    • 49 Radford 1981, 127.
    • 50 William of Malmesbury De Antiquitate Glastonie Ecclesie, published in Scott 1981, 117.
    • 51 Radford 1981, 130.
    • 52 Tatton-Brown 2006, 102.
    • 53 Bond 1989, 89.
    • 54 Palmer 1930, 135-7; Godfrey 1952, 91-7.
    • 55 Hardy et al 2003, 497-9.
    • 56 McAleer 2001, 77.
    • 57 Gilchrist 2005, 189-91.
    • 58 Bond 1990, 64-5, 68.
    • 59 Tatton-Brown 2006, 102.
    • 60 Gilchrist 2005, 111.
    • 61 Bond 1910, 72-5.
    • 62 Radford 1981, 113.
    • 63 Gilchrist 2005, 111.
    • 64 Adam of Damerham Adami de Damerham historia de rebus gestis Glastoniensibus, published in Hearne 1727, ii , 333-4.
    • 65 Hollinrake and Hollinrake 2007.
    • 66 Willis 1866.
    • 67 Radford 1956b, 73.
    • 68 Hollinrake and Hollinrake 2007.
    • 69 Peers et al 1933, 30; Peers et al 1934, 33-4.
    • 70 Gilchrist 2005, 167-8; Bell 1998, 211-13.
    • 71 Luxford 2012b, 253.
    • 72 Bond 1911, 74; 82-3.
    • 73 Peers et al 1937, 153-4.
    • 74 Hardy et al 2003, 499.
    • 75 Luxford 2012b, 254.
    • 76 Calendar of Patent Rolls i Edward Vi, 124-33.
    • 77 Graves 2008.
    • 78 Cowell 1928; Dunning 1994, 38-40.
    • 79 Dunning 1994, 43. 1991.
    • 19 Rodwell 1984; Hollinrake and Hollinrake1992.
    • 20 Lowe 1991; Everson et al 1977.
    • 21 Hall 2000; Blair 2005, 196.
    • 22 Webster 2002, 151-2; O'Sullivan 1999, 238-40.
    • 23 Ellis 1982.
    • 24 Blair 2005, 196, 268.
    • 25 Carver 2009, 336.
    • 26 Rahtz and Watts 2003, 28-31.
    • 27 Rahtz et al 1992; Alcock et al 1995.
    • 28 Rodwell 2001, 85; Cambridge 1999, 219.
    • 29 Boddington 1996; Hill 1997.
    • 30 Cramp 2006c, 18.
    • 31 Blair 2005, 201; Rodwell 2001, 116.
    • 32 Gem 1992; Cramp 2005, 167.
    • 33 Crook 2011, 57; Ó'Carragáin 2010, 66.
    • 34 Rodwell 2001, 55-86; Blair 2004, 156.
    • 35 Taylor and Taylor 1965, 512-4, 668-9.
    • 36 Fernie 1983, 100.
    • 37 Biddle 1970; Heighway and Bryant 1986, 191.
    • 38 Ó'Carragáin 2010, 71.
    • 39 Gem 1992.
    • 40 Fernie 1983, 95-6.
    • 41 Gem 1992, 66.
    • 42 Cramp 2006c.
    • 43 Hardy et al 2003, 489.
    • 44 Brenk 2002.
    • 45 Hollinrake and Hollinrake 2007.
    • 46 Ca ssidy-Welch 2001, 67.
    • 47 Luxford 2005, 63-4.
    • 48 Thompson 2001, 65.
    • 49 Brakspear 1933.
    • 50 Gilchrist 2005, 137-8.
    • 51 Carley 1996, 167.
    • 52 Thompson 2001, 76-8.
    • 53 S Brown forthcoming.
    • 54 Kerr 2007, 193; Pipe Roll 33, Hii, PRS, old ser 37, 27-8.
    • 55 Luxford 2005, 42.
    • 56 Kerr 2007, 9.
    • 57 Whittingham 1951.
    • 58 Carley 1996, 43.
    • 59 Wood 1965, 51-3.
    • 60 ibid, 45.
    • 61 Carley 1985, 266-7.
    • 62 Dugdale i, 7-8.
    • 63 Leland, Itinerary i, 144.
    • 64 Lovelock 2007, 205.
    • 65 King 2007; Spall 2007.
    • 66 Houliston 1999.
    • 67 Freestone et al 2008, 42.
    • 68 King 2007.
    • 69 Spall 2007, 329.
    • 70 Kent 1996.
    • 71 Gilchrist and Sloane 2005, 2.
    • 72 Thompson 2004, 118-22.
    • 73 Radford 1981, 115.
    • 74 ibid.
    • 75 Loveluck 2007, 187; Carver 2009, 337.
    • 76 Aston 2003, 41; Webster and Brunning 2004; Rahtz et al 2000.
    • 77 Rahtz and Watts 2003, 151-3; Rodwell 2001, 65.
    • 78 Gilchrist and Sloane 2005, 134-7; Rodwell 2001, 539.
    • 79 Rodwell 2001, 538.
    • 80 Blair 1999, 34-7.
    • 81 Cramp 2006, 153-8.
    • 82 Peter Poyntz-Wright has been a volunteer on the Archive Project and has contributed personal observations and assisted with the interpretation of Radford's notebooks.
    • 83 Radford 1968, 115.
    • 84 Rahtz and Watts 2003, 111.
    • 85 Bond 1908, fig 7; 130.
    • 86 Rodwell 2001, 539.
    • 87 Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Ashmole 826, fol 107; quoted in Luxford 2012, 49.
    • 88 Leland 1964, 288.
    • 89 ibid; Luxford 2012.
    • 90 Williams 2003.
    • 91 Leland 1964.
    • 92 Gilchrist and Sloane 2005, 121, 79. numerical order? should 79 and 121 be reversed?
    • 93 Rahtz 2003, 111, after Warner 1826.
    • 94 Gilchrist and Sloane 2005, 146-7.
    • 95 Rahtz 2003, 111, after Warner 1826.
    • 96 Gilchrist and Sloane 2005, 171-5.
    • 97 Gilchrist and Sloane 2005, 197.
    • 98 ibid, 116.
    • 99 Carley 1996, 30.
    • 100 Gilchrist and Sloane 2005, 94-6.
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