Articles and Chapters: History

‘Warlike and heroic virtues in the post-Roman world’, in Ellora Bennett, Guido M. Berndt, Stefan Esders and Laury Sarti, eds, Early Medieval Militarisation (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2021), 253-265.

‘Elite Women in the Merovingian Period’, in Bonnie Effros and Isabel Moreira, eds, The Oxford Handbook of the Merovingian World (New York: Oxford University Press, 2020), 238-254.

Entries on the following, authored or co-authored with S.T. Loseby, in The Oxford Dictionary of Late Antiquity, ed. Oliver Nicholson (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018): Agaune, Amandus, Aquitaine, Audomar, Bertha, Brebières, Cambrai, Charibert I, Childebert I, Chilperic II of Burgundy, Clothild, Clermont, Constantius of Lyons, Dagobert III, Dentelin, Filibert, Germanus of Auxerre, Godigisel, Gourdon Treasure, Gregory of Langres, Gregory of Tours, Guntram, Hugo of Rouen, Jouarre, Jumièges, Merovingians and the Merovingian dynasty, Mummolus, Nicetius of Lyon, Niederdollendorf stone, Praetextatus of Rouen, Richarius, Rouen, Samo, Sapaudia, Sigismund, Syagrius, Theudebald, Theuderic I, votive offerings (barbarian, non-Christian).

‘The Merovingians from the French Revolution to the Third Republic’, Early Medieval Europe 20.4 (2012), 450-471.

‘Gregory of Tours and “Arianism”’, in Andrew Cain and Noel Lenski, eds., The Power of Religion in Late Antiquity (Farnham: Ashgate, 2009), 327-338.

‘Gregory of Tours, the Visigoths and Spain’, in Simon Barton and Peter Linehan, eds., Cross, Crescent and Conversion: Studies on Medieval Spain and Christendom in Memory of Richard Fletcher (Brill, Leiden, 2008), 43-64.

‘The Rise and Function of the Concept “Late Antiquity”’, Journal of Late Antiquity 1 (2008), 20-30.

ed., with a preface, ‘Origins of the European Economy: A Debate with Michael McCormick’, Early Medieval Europe 12 (2003), 259-323.

‘Childhood and Youth in the Early Middle Ages’, in P.J.P. Goldberg and F. Riddy., eds, Youth in the Middle Ages (Woodbridge: York Medieval Press/Boydell and Brewer, 2002), 11-24.

‘Did Medieval History Begin with a Catastrophe?’, Medieval Life 12  (2000), 3-6.

(with Simon Burnell) ‘The Archaeology of Conversion on the Continent in the Sixth and Seventh Centuries: Some Observations and Comparisons with Anglo-Saxon England’, in R. Gammon, ed., St Augustine and the Conversion of England (Sutton, Stroud, 1999), 83-106.

‘Gregory of Tours and the Franks’, in Alexander S. Murray, ed., After Rome’s Fall: Essays Presented to Walter Goffart (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1999), 51-66

‘The Continental Context’, in Sally M. Foster, ed., The St Andrews Sarcophagus: A Pictish Masterpiece and its International Connections (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 1998), 240-249.

‘The militarisation of Roman society, 400-700’, in A.N. Jørgensen and B.L. Clausen, (eds), Military Aspects of Scandinavian Society in a European Perspective, AD 1-1300. (Copenhagen: Danish National Museum, 1997), 19-24.

‘York in the Roman and early medieval periods: a context for the excavations. Part 2. The post-Roman period to 1069’, in Derek Phillips and Brenda Heywood, eds., Excavations at York Minster, I  (London: HMSO, 1995), 9-15.

‘A Sense of Wonder: Gregory of Tours, Medicine and Science’, in M.E. Meyer, ed., The Culture of Christendom (London: Hambledon Press, 1993), 45-60.

‘Alcuin and York in the Eighth Century’, in Paul Leo Butzer and Dietrich Lohrmann, ed., Science in Western and Eastern Civilization in Carolingian Times (Basel: Birkhäuser, 1993), 23-39.

‘Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages’, in Annual Bulletin of Historical Literature 77 (1993), 15-21.

‘The Historical and Archaeological Context of the South-West Gallic Sarcophagi’, Antiquité Tardive: Revue Internationale d’Histoire et d’Archéologie (IVe-VIIIe Siècles 1 (1993), 23-28.

‘Royal Burials among the Franks’, in M.O.H. Carver, ed. The Age of Sutton Hoo: The Seventh Century in North-Western Europe (Boydell and Brewer: Woodbridge, 1992), 243-254.

‘Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages’, Annual Bulletin of Historical Literature 76 (1992), 16-24.

‘Les problèmes archéologiques du Sud-Ouest wisigothique et franque’, in P. Périn, ed., Gallo-Romains, Wisigoths et Francs en Aquitaine, Septimanie et Espagne: Actes des VIIe Journées internationales d’Archéologie mérovingienne, Toulouse 1985 (Rouen, 1991), 149-153.

‘Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages (300-900)’, Annual Bulletin of Historical Literature 75 (1991), 18-26.

‘Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages (300-900)’, Annual Bulletin of Historical Literature 74 (1990), 17-23.

‘Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages (300-900)’, Annual Bulletin of Historical Literature 73 (1989), 21-29.

‘Burial and Status in the Early Medieval West’, Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, 39 (1989), 23-40.

‘The origins of barbarian kingdoms: the continental evidence’, in S. Bassett, ed., The Origins of Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms (University of Leicester Press, 1989), 40-52.

Essays on Gildas, Louis Halphen, Ferdinard Lot and Nennius in J. Cannon, R.H.C. Davis, W. Doyle and J.P. Greene, ed., The Blackwell Dictionary of Historians (Blackwell, Oxford, 1988).

‘The Northern World in the Dark Ages, 400-900’, in G. Holmes, ed., The Oxford Illustrated History of Medieval Europe (Oxford University Press, 1988), 63-114.

‘Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages (300-900)’, Annual Bulletin of Historical Literature 72 (1988), 23-30.

‘Childéric, Syagrius, et la Disparition du Royaume de Soissons’, Revue Archéologique de Picardie 1988 (3-4), 9-12.

‘Le Domesday Book’, Dossiers Histoire et Archéologie 117 (1987), 18-23.

‘Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages (300-900)’, Annual Bulletin of Historical Literature 71 (1987), 25-34.

‘Interpreting Gildas’, Nottingham Medieval Studies, 30 1986, 101-105.

‘La disparition du royaume de Soissons et ses conséquences archéologiques’,  Bulletin de Liaison de l’Association Française d’Archéologie Mérovingienne 10 (1986), 28-31.

‘Aquitains, Francs et Wisigoths en Aquitaine et Septimanie: les problèmes archéologiques’, Bulletin de Liaison de l’Association Française d’Archéologie Mérovingienne, 9 (1985),  23-25.

‘Bede and the Tonsure Question’, Peritia: the Journal of the Medieval Academy of Ireland 3 (1984), 167-182.

‘Beati pacifici: Bishops and the Law in Sixth-Century Gaul’, in J.A. Bossy, ed., Disputes and Settlements: Law and Human Relations in the West (Cambridge University Press, 1983), 25-46.

‘Ireland and Western Gaul in the Merovingian Period’, in D. Whitelock, R. McKitterick and D.M. Dumville, ed., Ireland in Early Mediaeval Europe (Cambridge University Press, 1982), 362-386.

‘Archéologie des Francs en Aquitaine’, Dossiers Histoire et Archéologie 56 (1981), 51-55.

‘Archaeology and the Merovingian monastery’, in H.B. Clarke and M. Brennan, ed., Columbanus and Merovingian Monasticism (British Archaeological Reports, Int. Series 113, Oxford, 1981), 33-55.

‘Merovingian cemetery studies, and some implications for Anglo-Saxon England’, in P. Rahtz, T.M. Dickinson and L. Watts, ed., Anglo-Saxon Cemeteries 1979 (British Archaeological Reports, Brit.Series 82, Oxford, 1980), 35-55.

‘Septimania and its frontier: an archaeological approach’, in E. James, ed., Visigothic Spain: New Approaches (Oxford, 1980), 223-42.

‘Cemeteries and the problem of Frankish settlement in Gaul’, in P.H. Sawyer, ed., Names, Words, and Graves: Early Medieval Settlement (School of History, Leeds, 1979), 55-89.

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