Texts

The Huntingdonshire Domesday, Alecto County Edition, (London, 1989), editor.

The Derbyshire Domesday, Alecto County Edition, (London, 1989), editor.

The Nottinghamshire Domesday, Alecto County Edition, (London, 1990), editor.

The Lincolnshire Domesday, Alecto County Edition, (London, 1991), editor.

Stamford in the Thirteenth Century: Two Inquisitions from the Reign of Edward I (Stamford, 1994).

The Norfolk Domesday (London, 2000), editor.

Books and pamphlets

Stamford: its Origins and Growth (Stamford, 1979).

The Derbyshire Domesday (Darley Dale, 1986).

The Nottinghamshire Domesday: a Reader's Guide (Nottingham, 1986). With R. G. Black.

Domesday: the Inquest and the Book (Oxford, 2000).

Decoding Domesday (Woodbridge, 2007).

The Origins of the Borough of Wallingford. Archaeological and Historical Perspectives, editor with K. S. B. Keats-Rohan, British Archaeological Reports, British Series 494 (2009).

The English and their Legacy, 900-1200: Essays in Honour of Ann Williams, editor (Woodbridge, 2012).

Wallingford: The Castle and the Town in Context, editor with K. S. B. Keats-Rohan, and Neil Christie, British Archaeological Reports, British Series 621 (2015).

Domesday Now: New Approaches to the Inquest and the Book, editor with K. S. B. Keats-Rohan (Woodbridge, 2016)

Articles and reviews

'The Distribution of Sokeland in South Kesteven in 1086', South Lincolnshire Archaeology i (Stamford, 1977). 30-1.

'Rural Manors and Stamford', South Lincolnshire Archaeology i (Stamford, 1977), 12-13.

'Origins', Sleaford, eds C. M. Mahany, D. R. Roffe (Stamford 1979), 11-16.

'Early History of the Parish', St. John the Baptist, Stamford, ed. J. F. Smith (Stamford, 1980), 14-21.

'Little Bulby', Medieval Village Research Group Twenty-Seventh Annual Report 1979 (London, 1980), 7-8.

'The Lincolnshire Hundred', Landscape History 3, (1981), 27-36.

'Stamford: the Development of an Anglo-Scandinavian Borough', Anglo-Norman Studies 5: Proceedings of Battle Conference 1982 (Bury St. Edmund's, 1983), 199-219. Reprinted with updated references in Anglo-Saxon History: Basic Readings, ed. D. A. E. Pelteret, Garland Reference Library of the Humanities, 2108 (New York and London, 2000), 387-417. With C. M. Mahany. [Full text]

'Pre-Conquest Estates and Parish Boundaries', Late Anglo-Saxon Settlement, ed. F. M. Faull (Oxford, 1984), 115-22.

'Norman Tenants-in-Chiefs and their Pre-Conquest Predecessors in Nottinghamshire', History in the Making, ed. S. N. Mastoris (Nottingham,1985), 3-7.

'Domesday Book and the Local Historian', Nottinghamshire Historian 37, (1986), 3-5. [Full text]

'The Origins of Derbyshire', Derbyshire Archaeological Journal 106, (1986), 102-22.

Review of P. Stafford, The East Midlands in the Early Middle Ages, Nottinghamshire Historian 36, (1986), 26.

Review of E. M. Hallam, Domesday Through Nine Centuries (London, 1986), Nottinghamshire Historian 37, (1986), 25.

Reviews of T. Hinde, The Domesday Book: England's heritage then and now, The Norman Conquest of Leicestershire and Rutland, ed C. Phythian-Adams, Domesday Book: a Reassessment, ed. P. H. Sawyer, M. Wood, Domesday: a Search for the Roots of England, in The Nottinghamshire Historian 38, (1987). 22-24.

'The Seventh-Century Monastery at Stow Green, Lincolnshire', Lincolnshire History and Archaeology 21, (1986), 31-4.

'Stamford and the Norman Conquest', Lincolnshire History andArchaeology 21 (1986), 5-9. With C. M. Mahany.

'Nottingham and the Five Boroughs', History in the Making, 1986, ed S. N. Mastoris (Nottingham, 1987), 7-11.

'Walter Dragun's Town? Lord and Burghal Community in Thirteenth-Century Stamford', Lincolnshire History and Archaeology 22, (1987), 43-6.

'Domesday Book and Northern Society: a Reassessment', The English Historical Review 105, (1990), 310-36.

'From Thegnage to Barony: Sake and Soke, Title, and Tenants-in-chief', Anglo-Norman Studies 12, (1990), 157-76.

'The Yorkshire Summary: a Domesday Satellite', Northern History, (1991), 242-60.

'The Descriptio Terrarum of the Peterborough Abbey: an unidentified Domesday Satellite in the Collection of the Society of Antiquaries,' Historical Research 65, (1992), 1-16. [Full Text]

'Place-Naming in Domesday Book: settlements, estates, and communities,' Nomina 14 (1990-1), 47-60.

'From Market Harborough to Greater Bowden', The Harborough Historian 11, (1993), 8-10.

'The Lady, the Book, and Washingborough', Lincolnshire Past and Present 12, (1993), 9-10. [Full text]

'Medieval Administration', 'Domesday Settlements', 'Domesday Estate Structure', 'Castles', 'Towns and Markets', An Historical Atlas of Lincolnshire, eds S. Bennett, N. Bennett (Hull, 1992), 34-43.

'On Myddan Gyrwan Fenne: Intercommoning around the Island of Crowland', Fenland Research 8, (1994), 80-6. [Full text]

Review of C. Hart, The Danelaw, in Lincs Hist and Arch 28, (1993), 78. [Full text]

'Hereward 'the Wake' and the Barony of Bourne: a Reassessment of a Fenland Legend', Lincolnshire History and Archaeology 29, (1994), 7-10. [Full Text]

'The Making of Domesday Book Reconsidered', The Haskins Journal 6, (1994), 153-66.

'The Historia Croylandensis: a Plea for Reassessment', English Historical Review 110, (1995), 93-108.

Review of Pre-Viking Lindsey (Lincoln Archaeological Studies 1), ed. Alan Vince (Lincoln, 1993) in Medieval Archaeology 38 (1994), 304-5. [Full text]

'Madness and Care in the Community: a Medieval Perspective', British Medical Journal 311, (1995), 1708-12. With C. Roffe. [Full Text]

Review of  Victor Head, Hereward (Alan Sutton, Stroud, 1995). [Full Text]

'Great Bowden and its Soke', Anglo-Saxon Landscapes in the East Midlands, ed. J. Bourne (Leicester, 1996), 107-20.

'The Hundred Rolls of 1255', Historical Research 69 (1996), 201-10.

'Anglo-Saxon Nottingham and the Norman Conquest', A Centenary History of Nottingham, ed. J. V. Beckett (Manchester, 1997), 24-42.

'Welbourn Castle, Lincolnshire', Nottingham Medieval Studies, 41 (1997), 54-6.

'The Hundred Rolls and their Antecedents: some thoughts on the inquisition in thirteenth-century England', Haskins Society Journal 7, (1996).

'Medieval and Later occupation of the South-Western Part of the Lower City: Archaeological and Historical Evidence,' The Defences of the Lower City: Excavations at The Park and West Parade 1970-1972 and a Discussion of the Other Sites Excavated up to 1994, ed. M. J. Jones, The Archaeology of Lincoln VII-2, CBA, 1999, 262-7. With B. J. J. Gilmour.

Review of Peter Sawyer, Anglo-Saxon Lincolnshire, History of Lincolnshire 3, History of Lincolnshire Committee for the Society for Lincolnshire History and Archaeology (Lincoln, 1998), in Lincolnshire History and Archaeology. [Full Text]

'The Early History of Wharram Percy,' The South Manor Area, Wharram: a Study of Settlement on the Yorkshire Wolds 8, eds P. A. Stamper and R. A. Croft, York University Archaeological Publications, 10 (York, 2000), 1-16.

'The Continental Origins of English Landholders 1066-1166 database and the COEL Database System on CDROM', Nottingham Medieval Studies, 45 (2001), 234-7.

'Domesday: the Inquest and the Book', Domesday Book, eds E. Hallam, D. Bates (Stroud, 2001), 25-36.

'Medieval Practical Literacy and Documents in Japan and England', Memoirs of the Faculty of Education, Kumamoto University, 50 (2001), 29-40. With H. Tsurushima. [Full text]

Review of D. M. Hadley, The Northern Danelaw: Its Social Structure, c.800-1100, in History, 87 (2002), 117-18. [Full text]

'Hereward the Wake,' New Dictionary of National Biography (Oxford, 2004).

'The Historical Context', Anglo-Saxon Settlement on the Siltland of Eastern England, Lincolnshire Archaeology and Heritage Reports Series, 7 (2005), 264-88.

'Domesday Now', Anglo-Norman Studies, 28 (2006), 168-87.

Review of P. Rex, Hereward the Last Englishman, in Lincolnshire History and Archaeology, 39 (2004), 74. [Full text]

'Decoding Domesday', History Today, June 2007, 50-6. [Full text]

'Flixborough: the Later History', Rural Settlement, Lifestyles and Social Change in the Later First Millennium AD at Flixborough, Lincolnshire, ed. C. Loveluck, Excavations at Flixborough, 4 (Oxford, 2007), 137-44.

'The Danes and the Making of the Kingdom of the English', Seiyousikenkyu (2007).

'Talking to Others: the Domesday Inquest', Read the Truth among the Lies, and Read the Lies among the Truths: the Interpretations of Medieval Documents, ed. H. Tsurushima, Proceedings of Fourth International Kumamoto Historical Forum at Kumamoto University, 2nd to 5th April, 2001, Japan Economic Review (Tokyo, 2008), 219-33. Language: Japanese.

'The Domesday Texts', Read the Truth among the Lies, and Read the Lies among the Truths: the Interpretations of Medieval Documents, ed. H. Tsurushima, Proceedings of Fourth International Kumamoto Historical Forum at Kumamoto University, 2nd to 5th April, 2001, Japan Economic Review (Tokyo, 2008), 234-58. Language: Japanese.

'Introduction', The Origins of the Borough of Wallingford. Archaeological and Historical Perspectives, eds K. S. B. Keats-Rohan and D. R Roffe, British Archaeological Reports, British Series 494 (2009), 1-4.

'Wallingford in Domesday Book and Beyond', The Origins of the Borough of Wallingford. Archaeological and Historical Perspectives, eds K. S. B. Keats-Rohan and D. R Roffe, British Archaeological Reports, British Series 494 (2009), 27-51.

'The Danes and the Making of the Kingdom of the English', Nations in Medieval Britain, ed. H. Tsurushima (Donington, 2010), 32-44.

Review of A. Wright, Hoax! The Domesday Hide, in Medieval Archaeology, 54 (2010), 498-9.

'Inquests in Medieval England', The Haskins Society Journal Japan, 4 (2011), 18-24.

'The Early History of Grantham', The Making of Grantham: the Medieval Town, eds D. Start and D. Stocker, Heritage Lincolnshire (Heckington, 2011), 21-38.

‘Barton: the Early History’, St Peter’s, Barton-upon-Humber, Lincolnshire: a Parish Church and its Community, ed. W. Rodwell and C. Atkins, 2 vols (Oxford, 2011), i, 35-45.

'Hidden Lives: English Lords in post-Conquest Lincolnshire and Beyond', The English and their Legacy, 900-1200: Essays in Honour of Ann Williams, ed. D. R. Roffe (Woodbridge, 2012), 205-28.

Review of Alan Rogers, Noble Merchant: William Browne (c.1410-1489) and Stamford in the Fifteenth Century, Bury St Edmunds 2012, Lincolnshire History and Archaeology, 47 (2012), 102.

Review of People and Property in Medieval Stamford, ed. Alan Rogers, Bury St Edmunds 2012, Lincolnshire History and Archaeology, 47 (2012), 102-3.

Review of Nick Hill and Alan Rogers, Guild, Hospital and Alderman: New Light on the Founding of Browne's Hospital, Stamford, 1475-1509, Bury St Edmunds, 2013, in Lincolnshire Past and Present, 93 (2013), 24.

'Perceptions of Insanity in Medieval England', The Haskins Society Journal Japan, 5 (2013), 27-32.

'A Profession of Ignorance: an Insight into Domesday Procedure in an Early Reference to the Inquest', Rulership and Rebellion in the Anglo-Norman World, c. 1066-c. 1216, ed Paul Dalton and David Luscombe (Farnham: Ashgate, 2015), 45-60. [Full text]

'Introduction', Wallingford: The Castle and the Town in Context, editor with K. S. B. Keats-Rohan, and Neil Christie, British archaeological Reports, British Series 621 (2015), 1-8.

'An English Legacy: the Liberty of the Honour of Wallingford', Wallingford: The Castle and the Town in Context, editor with K. S. B. Keats-Rohan, and Neil Christie, British archaeological Reports, British Series 621 (2015), 28-33.

'A Tale of Two Towns and Two Castles: Nottingham and Wallingford Compared', Wallingford: The Castle and the Town in Context, editor with K. S. B. Keats-Rohan, and Neil Christie, British archaeological Reports, British Series 621 (2015), 194-199.

'Braceby at Domesday and After', in Marion Ellis and Ian Rowson, To my Daughter a Cow: Life and Death in Braceby Lincolnshire, 1530s to 1630s, Braceby 2013, 7-9.

'Introduction', Domesday Now: New Approaches to the Inquest and the Book, eds D. R. Roffe and K. S. B. Keats-Rohan (Woodbridge, 2016), 1-6.

'Domesday Now: a View from the Stage', Domesday Now: New Approaches to the Inquest and the Book, eds D. R. Roffe and K. S. B. Keats-Rohan (Woodbridge, 2016), 7-60.

'McLuhan Meets the Master: Scribal Devices in Great Domesday Book', Domesday Now: New Approaches to the Inquest and the Book, eds D. R. Roffe and K. S. B. Keats-Rohan (Woodbridge, 2016), 81-108.

'Talking to Others and Talking to Itself: Government and the Changing Role of the Records of the Domesday Inquest', Domesday Now: New Approaches to the Inquest and the Book, eds D. R. Roffe and K. S. B. Keats-Rohan (Woodbridge, 2016), 289-304.

Forthcoming

'Danish Identities', Haskins Journal Japan.

'The Hide and Local Government in Anglo-Saxon England', National Museum of Japanese History.

'Inquests in Medieval England', National Museum of Japanese History.

Various reports on excavations including, Stamford Castle (Lincs), Whittonstall (Northumberland), Bourne (Lincs), Gainsborough (Lincs), Rand (Lincs), Osbournby (Lincs), Lincoln Steep Hill, Lincoln Broadgate, Stow St Mary (Lincs).

World Wide Web

Nottinghamshire and the North: a Domesday Study.

Medieval Earthworks of South Lincolnshire: the Present State of Knowledge. With R. H. Healey and V. Ancliffe.

Review of J. J. N. Palmer, M. Palmer, G. Slater G. Domesday Explorer, Version 1.0 Professional Edition. Medieval Review.

Henry de Lacy's Charter and the Development of Congleton, Congleton Civic Society Newsletter, June 2004

Review of Richard Jones and Mark Page, Medieval Villages in an English Landscape: Beginnings and Ends (Macclesfield, Cheshire: Windgather Press, 2006), Medieval Review.

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