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  • Eagles, B. (1989): Lindsey, in: Bassett, The Origins, pp. 202-212.*
  • East, William Gordon (1974): De Contemptu Britonum: a History of Prejudice, (Yale University).
  • Elton, Hugh (1992): Defence in Fifth-century Gaul, in: Drinkwater and Elton, Fifth-century Gaul, pp. 167-176.*
  • Esmonde Cleary, A.S. (1989): The Ending of Roman Britain, (London).*
  • Evison, Vera I. ed. (1981): Angles, Saxons & Jutes, essays presented to J.N.L. Myres, (Oxford 1981).
  • Evison, Vera I. (1981): Distribution Maps and England in the first two phases, in: Evison, Angles, Saxons & Jutes, pp. 126-167.*
  • Fahy, D. (1964-5): When did Britons become Bretons ? A note on the foundation of Brittany, in: Welsh History Review 2, pp. 111-124.*
  • Faulkner, Neil (2000): The Decline and Fall of Roman Britain, (Tempus).*
  • Fenn, R.W.D. (1966-7): Who was St. Harmon?, in: The Radnorshire Transactions, pp. 50-55.*
  • Field, P.J.C. (1999): Gildas and the City of the Legions, in: The Heroic Age 1, http://www.mun.ca/mst/heroicage/issues/1/hagcl.htm
  • Finberg, H.P.R. (1964): The Early Charters of Wessex, Studies in Early English History 3, (Leicester).
  • Finberg, H.P.R. ed. (1972): The Agrarian History of England and Wales, vol I- Part II: AD 43-1042, (Cambridge).
  • Foord, Edward (1925): The Last Age of Roman Britain, (George G.Harrap).*
  • Fowler, P.J. (1976): Agriculture and Rural Settlement, in: Wilson, The Archaeology of Anglo-Saxon England, pp. 23-48.
  • Fulford, M. (1979): Pottery Production and Trade at the End of Roman Britain: the Case against Continuity, in: Casey, the End of Roman Britain, pp. 120-132.*
  • Galliou, Patrick and Michael Jones (1991): The Bretons, (Frome).
  • Gardner, Keith S., Martin Ecclestone, Neil Holbrook and Andrew Smith (eds.) (2003): The Land of the Dobunni, (Heritage Publications, King's Lynn).
  • Gardner, Willoughby (1932): Craig Gwrtheyrn Hill Fort, Llanfihangel ar Arth, Caermarthenshire, in: Archaeologia Cambrensis 87, pp. 144-150.*
  • Gelling, Margaret (1973): The Place-Names of Berkshire Parts 1, 2 and 3, English Place-Neme Society vol. 49, (Cambridge). c
  • Gelling, Margaret (1989): The early history of western Mercia, in: Bassett, The Origins, pp. 184-201.*
  • Gelling, Margaret (1989): The Place-Name Burton and Variants, in: Hawkes, Weapons and Warfare, pp. 145-153.*
  • Geraint Gruffydd, R. (1989-90): From Gododdin to Gwynedd: reflections on the story of Cunedda, in: Studia Celtica 24/25, pp. 1-14.*
  • Giles, John Allan ed. and trans. (1891): Geoffrey of Monmouth: The Historia Regum Britanniae, full text (English) at http://camelot.celtic-twilight.com/hrb/index.htm
  • Giles, John Allan ed. and trans. (1891): Gildas: De Excidio Brittonum, in: Six Old English Chronicles, of which two are now first translated from the monkish Latin originals (London, George Bell and Sons, full text (English) at http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/basis/gildas-full.html
  • Giles, John Allan ed. and trans. (1891): Nennius: The Historia Brittonum, trans. John Allan Giles, in: Six Old English Chronicles, of which two are now first translated from the monkish Latin originals (George Bell and Sons, London), full text (English) at: http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/basis/nennius-full.html
  • Giles, John Allan ed. (1911): William of Malmesbury: Chronicle of the Kings of England, from the earliest period to the reign of king Stephen, trans John Sharpe, (London) full text (English) at: http://camelot.celtic-twilight.com/william_malmesbury/index.htm
  • Giles, John Allan. ed. (1911): William of Malmesbury's Chronicle of the Kings of England, from the earliest period to the reign of king Stephen, (London).
  • Gillam, J. (1979): Romano-Saxon Pottery: an Alternative Interpretation, in: Casey, the End of Roman Britain, pp. 103-118.*
  • Giot, Pierre-Roland, Philippe Guigon and Bernard Merdrignac (2003): The British Settlement of Brittany, (Tempus, Stroud).*
  • Glasswell, Samantha (2002): The Earliest English, (Tempus, Stroud).*
  • Gough-Cooper, Henry (2003): Kentigern and Gonothigernus, A Scottish saint and a Gaulish bishop identified, in: The Heroic Age 6 (spring 2003), at: http://www.mun.ca/mst/heroicage/issues/6/gough-cooper.html
  • Grabowski, Kathryn and David N. Dumville (1984): Chronicles and Annals of Mediaeval Ireland and Wales (the Conmacnoise-group Texts), (Woodbridge).
  • Grebanier, Bernard (1965): The Great Shakespeare Forgery, a new look at the career of William Henry Ireland, (Heinemann, London).
  • Green, Cynthia Whiddon (1998): Saint Kentigern, Apostle to Strathclyde: A critical analysis of a northern saint, A Masters Thesis Presented to The Faculty of the Department of English University of Houston, at: http://www.gypsyfire.com/Thesis.htm
  • Green, Miranda J. ed. (1995): The Celtic World, (London).
  • Griscom, Acton and R. Ellis Jones ed. and trans (1929): Geoffrey of Monmouth.: The Historia Regum Britanniae of Geoffrey of Monmouth, (London repr. 1977).*
  • Hamilton, W. ed. and trans. (1986): Ammianus Marcellinus : The Later Roman Empire (AD 354-378), (Penguin, St Ives).* c
  • Hammer, Jacob ed. (1951): Geoffrey of Monmouth, Variant Version of his Historia Regum Britanniae, (Massachusetts).
  • Hanson, R.P.C. (1986): review of Gildas, New Approaches. Edited by Michael Lapidge and David Dumville, in: Britannia 17, pp. 462-463.*
  • Harris, Anthea (2003): Byzantium, Britain & the West: Archaeology of Cultural Identity AD400-650, (Tempus).*
  • Harvey, John (1969): William Worcestre - Itineraries, edited from the unique MS. Corpus Christi College Cambridge, 210, (Oxford).
  • Haselgrove, S. (1979): Romano-Saxon Attitudes, in: Casey, the End of Roman Britain, pp. 4-13.*
  • Hawkes, Jacquetta H. (1973): A Guide to the Prehistoric and Roman Monuments in England and Wales, (London).
  • Hawkes, Sonia Chadwick (1974): Some Recent Finds of Late Roman Buckles, in: Britannia 5, pp. 386-393.*
  • Hawkes, Sonia Chadwick et al (1989): Weapons and Warfare in Anglo-Saxon England, (Oxford 1989).
  • Hawkes, Sonia Chadwick (1989): Weapons and Warfare in Anglo-Saxon England, an Introduction, in: Hawkes, Weapons and Warfare, pp. 1-9.*
  • Haywood, John (1991): Dark Age Naval Power, A Reassessment of Frankish and Anglo-saxon Seafearing Activity (Anglo-Saxon Books, repr. 1999).*
  • Herren, Michael W. (1990): Gildas and early British Monasticism, in: Bammesberger and Wollman, Britain 400-600: Language and History, pp. 65-78.*
  • Higham, Nicholas J. (1992-3): Medieval 'Overkingship' in Wales: the Earliest Evidence, in: The Welsh History Review 16, pp. 145-159.*
  • Higham, Nicholas J. (1993): Gildas and 'Agitus': A Comment on De Excidio 20,1, in: The Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 40, pp. 123-14.*
  • Higham, Nicholas J. (1994): The English Conquest, Gildas and Britain in the Fifth Century, (Manchester).*
  • Hill, David (1981): An Atlas of Anglo-Saxon England, (Oxford).
  • Hill, David (2000): Offa versus the Welsh, in: British Archaeology 56 (December), at: http://www.britarch.ac.uk/ba/ba56/ba56feat.html#hill.*
  • Hills, Catherine (1986): Blood of the British, from Ice Age to Norman Conquest, (London 1986).
  • Hines, John (1989): The Military Contexts of the Adventus Saxonum: some continental evidence, in: Hawkes, Weapons and Warfare, pp. 25-48.*
  • Hines, John (1990): Philology, Archaeology and the adventus Saxonum vel Anglorum, in: Bammesberger and Wollman, Britain 400-600: Language and History, pp. 17-36.*
  • Hines, John (1995): Cultural Change and Sicial Organisation in early Anglo-Saxon England, in: Ausenda, After Empire, pp. 75-94.*
  • Hirst, S. and Philip. Rahtz (1996): Liddington Castle and the battle of Badon: excavations and research 1976, in: Archaeological Journal 153, pp. 1-59.*
  • Hogg, A.H.A. (1975): Hill-Forts of Britain, (London).
  • Hood, A.B.E. (1978): St. Patrick, His writings and Muirchu's Life, History from the Sources 9, (Unwin, Chichester).
  • Hooke, Della (1998): The Landscape of Anglo-Saxon England, (London).*
  • Howlett, David (1998): Literate Culture of 'Dark Age' Britain, in: British Archaeology 33 (April), at: http://www.britarch.ac.uk/ba/ba33/ba33feat.html#howlett.*
  • Hughes, Kathleen and David N. Dumville (1980): Celtic Britain in the early middle Ages, Studies in Celtic History 2, (Woodbridge).*
  • Humphries, Mark (1996): Chronicle and chronology: Prosper of Aquitaina, his methods and the development of early medieval chronography, in: Early Medieval Europe 5, pp. 155-175.*

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