Monographs

Series Editor: C. M. Gerrard, University of Durham, UK – ISSN: 0583-9106

The Society has published a series of monographs for more than 45 years. It covers a full range of topics and site types including cemeteries and burials, rural settlement, towns, industry, religious and monastic sites, manors and moats together with more synthetic conference volumes on specific themes.

All the publications are fully refereed with the aim of publishing at the highest academic level reports on sites of national and international importance, and of encouraging the widest debate possible through publication of the Society’s conference proceedings. The series’ objectives are to cover the broadest chronological and geographical range and to assemble a series of volumes which reflect the changing intellectual and technical scope of the discipline.

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All the publications are fully refereed with the aim of publishing at the highest academic level reports on sites of national and international importance, and of encouraging the widest debate possible through publication of the Society’s conference proceedings. The series’ objectives are to cover the broadest chronological and geographical range and to assemble a series of volumes which reflect the changing intellectual and technical scope of the discipline. Find the house style for A4 monographs and edited (B5) volumes here:

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If you are a member of the Society for Medieval Archaeology and would like to purchase a book at a discounted price, please use the discount code which can be found in the Newsletter. This code can be used when buying directly from Routledge.

All the Societies’ monographs are available through our distributor’s website – just follow the links below to find out more about individual volumes and purchase them. Volumes 1, 2, 5, 13 and 15 are now out of print.

Monographs:

Volume 37: Maritime Societies and the Viking and Medieval World

Volume 36: The Hirsel Excavations

Volume 35: Transforming townscapes. From burh to borough: the archaeology of Wallingford, AD 800-1400

Volume 34: Wigmore Castle, North Herefordshire: Excavations 1996 and 1998

Volume 33: Anglo-Saxon Graves and Grave Goods of the 6th and 7th Centuries AD: A Chronological Framework

Volume 32: The Chapel and Burial ground on St Ninian’s Isle, Shetland: Excavations past and present

Volume 31: Ironwork in Medieval Britain: an Archaeological Study

Volume 30: Reflections: 50 Years of Medieval Archaeology, 1957-2007

Volume 29: The Archaeology of the Early Medieval Celtic Churches

Volume 28: Caldecote: The Development and Desertion of a Hertfordshire Village

Volume 27: Early Medieval (Late 5th-Early 8th Centuries AD) Cemeteries at Boss Hall…

Volume 26: Excavations at Dryslwyn Castle 1980-1995

Volume 25: The Shapwick Project, Somerset

Volume 24: Excavations at Launceston Castle, Cornwall

Volume 23: Able Minds and Practised Hands: Scotland’s Early Medieval Sculpture in the…

Volume 22: Town and Country in the Middle Ages

Volume 21: Excavations at Hulton Abbey, Staffordshire 1987-1994

Volume 20: Land, Sea and Home

Volume 19: Excavations at a Templar Preceptory

Volume 18: Excavations at Glasgow Cathedral 1988-1997

Volume 17: Burial in Early Medieval England and Wales

Volume 16: A Smith in Lindsey

Volume 14: The Anglo-Saxon Cemetery on Mill Hill, Deal, Kent

Volume 12: The Deserted Medieval Village of Thrislington, County Durham

Volume 11: Wharram: A Study of Settlement on the Yorkshire Wolds, Vol. III

Volume 10: Pottery Kilns at Chilvers Coton, Nuneaton

Volume 9: Excavations at Stamford, Lincolnshire, 1963-69

Volume 8: Wharram: A Study of Settlement on the Yorkshire Wolds, Vol. I

Volume 7: Excavations in King’s Lynn, 1963-1970

Volume 6: The Medieval Clay-land Village: Excavations at Goltho and Barton Blount

Volume 4: Two Anglo-Saxon Cemeteries at Winnall, Winchester, Hampshire

Volume 3: Excavations at King John’s Hunting Lodge, Writtle, Essex, 1955-57