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  • Alcock, Leslie (1966-7): Roman Britons and Pagan Saxons: an Archaeological Appraisal, in: The Welsh History Review 3, pp. 229-249.*
  • Alcock, Leslie (1971): Arthur's Britain, History and Archaeology AD 367-634, (Aylesbury repr. 1987).*
  • Alcock, Leslie (1972): 'By South Cadbury is that Camelot...', Excavations at Cadbury Castle, 1966-1970, (Aylesbury).*
  • Alcock, Leslie (1979): The North Britons, the Picts and the Scots, in: Casey, the End of Roman Britain, pp. 134-142.*
  • Alcock, Leslie (1987): Economy, Society and Warfare among the Britons and Saxons, (Cardiff).*
  • Applebaum, S. (1972): Roman Britain, in: Finberg, the Agrarian History of England and Wales, vol.1-part 2, pp. 3-382.*
  • Applebaum, S. (1983): A Note on Ambrosius Aurelianus, in: Britannia 14, pp. 245-246.*
  • Archer, S. (1979): Late Roman Gold and Silver Coin Hoards in Britain: a Gazetteer, in: Casey, the End of Roman Britain, pp. 29-64.*
  • Arnold, C.J. (1984): Roman Britain to Saxon England, an Archaeological Study, (Worcester).*
  • Arnold, C.J. (1997): An Archaeology of the early Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms, (London new edition).*
  • Ashe, Geoffrey (1982): Kings and Queens of Early Britain, (Chicago repr. 1990).*
  • Ausenda, G. et al (1995): After Empire, towards an Ethnology of Europe's Barbarians, Studies in Historical Archaeoethnology 1, (San Marino).*
  • Bachrach, Bernard S. (1988): Gildas, Vortigern and Constitutionality in Sub-Roman Britain, in: Nottingham Mediaeval Studies 32, 1988, pp. 126-140.*
  • Bachrach, Bernard S. (1994): The Anatomy of a Little War, History and Warfare Series, (Oxford).*
  • Bailey, K. (1989): The Middle Saxons, in: Bassett, The Origins, pp. 108-122.*
  • Bammesberger, Alfred and Alfred Wollmann (eds.) (1990): Britain 400-600: Language and History, Anglistische Forschungen 205, (Heidelberg).
  • Barber, Richard W. (1972): The Figure of Arthur, (London).
  • Barker, Philip A. (1979): The Latest Occupation of the Site of the Baths Basilica at Wroxeter, in: Casey, the End of Roman Britain, pp. 175-181.*
  • Barker, Philip A. and Roger White (1998): Wroxeter, Life & Death of a Roman City, (Tempus).*
  • Bartholomew, P. (1982): Fifth-Century Facts, in: Britannia 13, pp. 261-270.*
  • Bartrum, P.C. (1966): Early Welsh Genealogical Tracts, (Cardiff).*
  • Bartrum, P.C. (1993): A Welsh Classical Dictionary, People in History and Legend up to about AD 1000, (The National Library of Wales, Cardiff).*
  • Bassett, Steve et al (1989): The Origins of Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms, (Leicester University Press).*
  • Bassett, Steve (1989a): In search of the origins of Anglo-Saxon kingdoms, in: Bassett, The Origins, pp. 3-27.*
  • Behr, Charlotte (2000): The origins of kingship in Kent, in: Early Medieval Europe 9, pp. 25-52.*
  • Berresford Ellis, Peter (1990): The Celtic Empire, the first millenium of Celtic history, c.1000 BC-51 AD, (London).*
  • Berresford Ellis, Peter (1991): A guide to early Celtic remains in Britain, (London).*
  • Berresford Ellis, Peter (1993): Celt and Saxon-the struggle for Britain, 410-937, (London).*
  • Bieler, Ludwig (1979): The Patrician Texts in the Book of Armagh, Scriptores Latini Hiberniae, vol. 10, (Dublin).
  • Blair, John (1989): Frithuwold's kingdom and the origins of Surrey, in: Bassett, The Origins, pp. 97-107.*
  • Blair, John (1989a): The Chertsey resting-place list and the enshrinement of Frithuwold, in: Bassett, The Origins, pp. 231-236.*
  • Blair, John (1998): Anglo-Saxon Oxfordshire, (Oxford).*
  • Blair, Peter Hunter (1959): The Bernicians and their Northern frontier, in: Chadwick, Studies in Early British History, pp. 137-172.*
  • Blair, Peter Hunter (1963): Roman Britain and Early England, 55BC-AD 871, (Edinburgh).
  • Bland, Roger and Catherine Johns (1993): The Hoxne treasure, an illustrated introduction, (London).*
  • Blundell, Nigel and Kate Farrington (1996): Ancient England, (London).*
  • Böhme, H.W. (1986): Das Ende der Römerherrschaft in Britannien und die Angelsachsische Besiedlung Englands im 5. Jahrhundert, in: Jahrbuch des Römisch-Germanischen Zentralmuseums Mainz 33, pp. 468-574.* books in German
  • Boon, George C. (1957): Silchester, the Roman Town of Calleva, (London repr. 1974).
  • Bord, Janet and Colin (1979): A Guide to Ancient Sites in Britain, (London).*
  • Borrow, George Henry (1862): Wild Wales: Its People, Language and Scenery, at: http://www.worldwideschool.org/library/books/hst/english/wildwales/chap30.html.
  • Breeze, A. (1993): The Arthurian Cycle and Celtic Heritage in European Culture, in: Kruta, The Celts, pp. 663-670.*
  • Bremmer, Rolf H. (1990): The Nature of the Evidence for a Frisian Participation in the Adventus Saxonum, in: Bammesberger and Wollman, Britain 400-600: Language and History, pp. 353-371.*
  • Bromwich, Rachel (1959): The Character of the Early Welsh Tradition, in: Chadwick, Studies in Early British History, pp. 83-136.*
  • Bromwich, Rachel (1961): Trioedd Ynys Prydein, The Welsh Triads, (University of Wales, Cardiff, repr. 1978).
  • Bromwich, Rachel, A.O.H. Jarman and Brynley F. Roberts eds. (1991): The Arthur of the Welsh, the Arthurian legend in Medieval Welsh Literature, (Cardiff repr. 1995).*
  • Bromwich, Rachel (1991): The Tristan of the Welsh, in: Bromwich, R., Jarman, A.O.H., (ed.): The Arthur of the Welsh, pp. 209-228.*
  • Bromwich, Rachel (1991a): First transmission to England and France, in: Bromwich, R., Jarman, A.O.H., (ed.): The Arthur of the Welsh, pp. 273-298.*
  • Brooks, D.A. (1983-4): Gildas' De Excidio, Its revolutionary meaning and purpose, in: Studia Celtica 18/19, pp. 1-10.*
  • Brooks, N. (1989): The creation and early structure of the kingdom of Kent, in: Bassett, The Origins, pp. 55-74.*
  • Brooks, N. (1989a): The formation of the Mercian kingdom, in: Bassett, The Origins, pp. 159-170.*
  • Bu'Lock, J.D. (1960): Vortigern and the Pillar of Eliseg, in: Antiquity 34, pp. 49-53.*
  • Burgess, R.W. (1990): The Dark Ages Return to Fifth-Century Britain: The 'Restored' Gallic Chronicle Exploded, in: Britannia 21, pp. 185-195.*
  • Burgess, R.W. (1994): The Gallic Chronicle, in: Britannia 25, pp. 240-243.*
  • Burkitt, Tim and Annette Burkitt (1990): The Frontier Zone and the Siege of Mount Badon: A Review of the Evidence for their Location, in: Somerset Archaeology and Natural History ??, pp. 81-93.
  • Burrow, Ian C.G. (1979): Roman Material from Hillforts, in: Casey, the End of Roman Britain, pp. 212-229.*

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