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Archaeologist Andrew Reynolds

reynolds2.jpgANDREW REYNOLDS – B.A., Ph.D., F.S.A. , F.S.A. Scot., FRHist. Soc.
Dr. Andrew Reynolds interests is to do a research in the field of archaeology of early medieval societies in north-western Europe, especially in Britain during the period of AD700-1200, and the geography of burial in the landscape of early medieval England and the nature of physical, temporal and social boundaries as expressed in the achaeological record. Dr. Reynolds is particularly interested in the methodologies employed by archaeologists working in documented periods.

Andrew’s latest book publications are the following, but he rarely sees any cash cheques for Mr Andrew Reynolds:

1.) Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine 100 (2007)
2.) Reynolds, A. forthcoming (2007) Anglo-Saxon Deviant Burial Customs . Oxford : Oxford University Press.
3.) Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine 99 (2006)
4.) Davies, W., Halsall, G. and Reynolds, A. (eds) (2006) People and Space in Early Medieval Europe, AD300-1300. Studies in the Early Middle Ages 15. Turnhout: Brepols.
5.) Reynolds, A., Chandler, J. (2005). Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine 98, 1-378. ISSN: 0262-6608
6.) Griffiths, D., Reynolds, A. and Semple, S. (eds) (2003) Boundaries in Early Medieval Britain. Anglo-Saxon Studies in Archaeology and History 12. Oxford: Oxford University School of Archaeology.
7.) Reynolds, A. and Lucy, S.J. (eds) (2002) Burial in Early Medieval England and Wales. Society for Medieval Archaeology Monograph 17.
8.) Pollard, J. and Reynolds, A., (2002) Avebury: The Biography of a Landscape. Stroud and Charleston SC: Tempus.
9.) Reynolds, A.J. (1999) Later Anglo-Saxon England: Life and Landscape. Stroud and Charleston SC: Tempus (reprinted in paperback 2002)

And his articles publshed are the following:

1.) Hayman, G. and Reynolds, A. (2006) ‘An Anglo-Saxon Execution Cemetery at Staines, Surrey ’, Archaeological Journal 162.
2.) Reynolds, A. (2006) ‘Wansdyke’, in R. Müller (ed.) Reallexikon der Altertumskunde 34. Berlin : Walter de Gruyter.
3.) Reynolds, A. (2006) ‘ Wessex ’, in R. Müller (ed.) Reallexikon der Altertumskunde 35. Berlin : Walter de Gruyter.
4.) Reynolds, A. (2006) ‘The Early Middle Ages’, in N. Holbrook and J. Jurica (eds), Archaeology in Gloucestershire . Bristol : Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society.
5.) Reynolds, A. (in press 2006) ‘Coin finds from Late Anglo-Saxon execution burials’, in M.A.S. Blackburn and K. Bornholdt (eds), Gods, graves and numismatics. Leiden : Brill.
6.) Reynolds, A. and Langlands, A. (in press 2006) ‘An Early Medieval Frontier: A Maximum View of Wansdyke’, in Davies, W., Halsall, G. and Reynolds, A.J. (eds) 2006 People and Space in Early Medieval Europe , AD300-1300 . Studies in the Early Middle Ages 15. Turnhout: Brepols.
7.) Reynolds,A. (2005). From Pagus to Parish: Territory and Settlement in the Avebury Region from the Late Roman Period to the Domesday Survey. Chapter 16 in Brown,G., Field,D., McOmish,D. (ed.) The Field Archaeology of the Marlborough Downs. Oxford: Oxbow Books, 1st edition, 154-169. ISBN: 1842171526
8.) Reynolds,A. (2005), Stonehenge. Reallexikon der Altertumskunde series. Series edited by Beck,H., Geuenich,D., Steuer,H.
9.) Reynolds, A., Turner,S. (2005). Discovery of a late Anglo-Saxon monastic site in Devon: Holy Trinity church, Buckfastleigh. Archaeology International 2004/5(8), 22-25. ISSN: 1463-1725
10.) Reynolds, A. (2005). On Farmers, Traders and Kings: Archaeological Reflections of Social Complexity in Early Medieval North Western Europe. Early Medieval Europe 13(1), 97-118. ISSN: 0963-9462
11.) Reynolds, A. J. and Brisbane, M. (2004) ‘Novgorod: The Archaeology of a medieval timber city’, Current World Archaeology 7, 47-58.
12.) Reynolds, A.J. (2003) ‘Boundaries and Settlements in later sixth to eleventh century England’, in D. Griffiths, A.Reynolds and S. Semple (eds), Boundaries in Early Medieval Britain. Anglo-Saxon Studies in Archaeology and History 12. Oxford: Oxford University School of Archaeology, 98-136.
13.) Reynolds, A.J. (2003) ‘An Archaeological Survey of the Vaults of Henry VII’s Chapel’, in T.W.T. Tatton-Brown and R. Mortimer (eds), Westminster Abbey: The Lady Chapel of Henry VII. Woodbridge: Boydell and Brewer, 206-14.
14.) Reynolds, A.J. (2002) ‘The streets where we lived’, Trench One 14, 18-20.
15.) Lucy, S. and Reynolds, A.J. (2002) ‘Burial in Early Medieval England and Wales: past, present and future’, in S. Lucy and A.J. Reynolds (eds), Burial in Early Medieval England and Wales. London: Society for Medieval Archaeology Monograph 17, 1-23.
16.) Reynolds, A.J. (2002) ‘Burials, Boundaries and Charters in Anglo-Saxon England: a Reassessment’, in S. Lucy and A.Reynolds (eds), Burial in Early Medieval England and Wales. London: Society for Medieval Archaeology Monograph 17, 171-94.
17.) Pitts, M., Bayliss, A., McKinley, J., Budd, P., Evans, J., Chenery, C., Reynolds, A. and Semple, S. (2002) ‘An Anglo-Saxon decapitation and burial from Stonehenge’, Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine 95, 131-46.
18.) Reynolds, A.J. and Sudds, B. (2001) ‘Building Construction in Medieval Novgorod: the Results of Excavations in Troitsky Trenches XI and XII, 1998’, in D. Gaimster and M. Brisbane (eds), Novgorod: The Archaeology of a Russian Medieval City and its Hinterland. British Museum Occasional Paper 141. London: British Museum Press, 31-46.
19.) Reynolds, A.J. (2001) ‘Anglo-Saxon and Medieval Avebury c. AD 700-1500’, in A. Chadburn and M. Pomeroy Kellinger (eds), A Research Agenda for the Avebury World Heritage Site. Salisbury: Wessex Archaeology for English Heritage, 28-34, 52-54, 69-70.
20.) Reynolds, A.J. (2001) ‘Avebury: A late Anglo-Saxon burh?’, Antiquity 75, 29-30.
21.) Reynolds, A.J. (2001) ‘Off with his head!’, Trench One 11, 32-34.
22.) Reynolds, A.J. (2000) ‘Yatesbury: Vikings and Villages in North Wiltshire’, Current Archaeology 171, 113-118.
23.) Reynolds, A.J., J. Phillips and K. Spandl (2000) ‘Structures and Stratigraphy’ in D.W. Phillipson and J. Phillips ‘The Domestic Site at Kidane Mehret’, in D.W. Phillipson, Archaeology at Aksum 1993-97. British Institute in Eastern Africa Memoir 17 and Society of Antiquaries Research Report 65, 280-303.
24.) Reynolds, A.J. (1999) ‘House Building in Medieval Novgorod: UCL Excavations in Troitsky Trenches XI and XII, 1998’, Novgorod and Novgorod Region: History and Archaeology 13.
25.) Reynolds, A.J. (1999) ‘Excavations in Medieval Novgorod 1998’, Archaeology International 2, 34-37.
26.) Reynolds, A.J. (1998) ‘Executions and hard Anglo-Saxon justice’, British Archaeology 32, 8-9.
27.) Milne, G. and Reynolds, A.J. (1997) ‘The Archaeology of St Bride’s Church’, in G. Milne, St Bride’s Church, London: Archaeological Research 1952-60 and 1992-95. English Heritage Archaeological Report 11, 19-49.
28.) Reynolds, A.J. (1997) ‘The Definition and Ideology of Anglo-Saxon Execution Sites and Cemeteries’, in G. De Boe and F. Verhaeghe (eds), Death and Burial in Medieval Europe. Papers of the Medieval Europe Brugge 1997 Conference. Volume 2, 33-41.
29.) Reynolds, A.J. (1997) ‘Sutton Hoo and the Archaeology of Execution’, Saxon 27, 1-3.
30.) Phillipson, D.W. and Reynolds, A.J. (1996) ‘B.I.E.A. Excavations at Aksum, Northern Ethiopia, 1995’, Azania 31, 99-147.
31.) Reynolds, A.J. (1996) ‘Anglo-Saxon human sacrifice at Cuddesdon and Sutton Hoo?’, Papers from the Institute of Archaeology 7, 23-30.

Whilst not on holiday Andrew Reynold’s is also doing a research projects and his working on his current research projects which are Buckfastleigh Project, Compton Bassett Area Research Project, Howmore Survey, Wansdyke Survey and Civil Defence of Wessex in the Viking Age.

As lecturer at University of Uppsala Andrew Reynolds was there at 2001 and 2003, University of Cambridge 1998 – 2005, Architectural Association 1998 – 2005 and at the present at University of the Basque Country (Uitorca).

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