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  • Vermaat, Robert M. (1999): Forty Years of Fear, Facts and Fiction in Chapter 66 of the Historia Brittonum, in: The Heroic Age 2 (fall/winter 1999), at: http://www.mun.ca/mst/heroicage/issues/2/ha2fyf.htm.
  • Wacher, John (1975): The Towns of Roman Britain, (Batsford, London).*
  • Wacher, John (1975): The Towns of Roman Britain, (London revised edition 1995).*
  • Wacher, John (1975a): Wanborough, in: Rodwell and Rowley, the Small Towns of Roman Britain, pp. 232-236.*
  • Wade-Evans, A.W. (1944): Vitae Sanctorum Britanniae et Genealogiae, (Cardiff).*
  • Ward, J.H. (1972): Vortigern and the End of Roman Britain, in: Britannia 3, pp. 277-289.*
  • Ward-Perkins, Brian (2000): Why did the Anglo-Saxons not become more British?, in: English History Review, June 2000, pp. 513-33.*, also online at http://www.findarticles.com/cf_dls/m0293/462_115/62980101/p1/article.jhtml
  • Watts, Kenneth (1993): The Marlborough Downs (West Country Landscapes), (Bradford on Avon)*
  • Welch, Martin (1989): The kingdom of the South Saxons: the origins, in: Bassett, The Origins, pp. 75-83.*
  • White, Roger and Philip Barker (1998): Wroxeter, Life & Death of a Roman City, (Tempus).*
  • Williams, Hugh ed. and trans. (1899): Caradoc of Llangarfan: The Life of Gildas, , in: Two Lives of Gildas by a monk of Ruys and Caradoc of Llancarfan, Cymmrodorion Record Series, 1899. Facsimilie reprint by Llanerch Publishers, (Felinfach 1990), at: http://members.aol.com/michellezi/translations/LifeofGildas.html
  • Williams, J.E.C. and D.P. Kirby (1975-6): review of The Age of Arthur, a History of the British Isles from 350 to 650 by John Morris, in: Studia Celtica 10/11, pp. 454-486.*
  • Wilson, D.M. et al (1976): The Archeaology of Anglo-Saxon England, (London).
  • Wilson, D.R. (1975): The 'Small Towns' of Roman Britain from the Air, in: Rodwell and Rowley, the Small Towns of Roman Britain, pp. 9-50.
  • Wilson, P.A. (1966-7): Romano-British and Welsh Christianity: Continuity or Discontinuity? Part 1, in: The Welsh History Review 3, pp. 5-21.*
  • Wilson, P.A. (1966-7): Romano-British and Welsh Christianity: Continuity or Discontinuity? Part 2, in: The Welsh History Review 3, pp. 103-120.*
  • Wilson, Roger J.A. (1975): A Guide to the Roman Remains in Britain, (London repr. 1996).*
  • Winterbottom, M. (1978): The Ruin of Britain and other works, History from the Sources 7, (Old Woking).*
  • Wood, Ian N. (1984): The End of Roman Britain: Continental Evidence and Parallels, in: Lapidge and Dumville, Gildas: New Approaches, pp. 1-26.*
  • Wood, Ian N. (1987): The Fall of the Western Empire and the End of Roman Britain, in: Britannia 18, pp. 253-262.*
  • Wood, Michael. (1990): Domesday, a Search for the Roots of England, (BBC Classics, London).*
  • Wollmann, Alfred (1990): Lateinisch-Altenglische Lehnbeziehungen im 5. und 6. Jahrhundert, in: Bammesberger and Wollman, Britain 400-600: Language and History, pp. 373-396.*
  • Wright, Neil ed. (1984): The Historia Regum Britannie of Geoffrey of Monmouth 1, Bern, Burgerbibliothek, MS. 568, (Cambridge). : some problems, in: Lapidge and Dumville, Gildas: New Approaches, pp. 85-106.*
  • Wright, Neil (1984b): Gildas's prose style and its origins, in: Lapidge and Dumville, Gildas: New Approaches, pp. 107-128.*
  • Wright, Neil ed. and trans. (1991): The Historia Regum Britannie of Geoffrey of Monmouth 5, Gesta Regum Britannie, (Cambridge).
  • Wynn, Philip (1997): Frigeridus, the British Tyrants, and the early fifth Century Barbarian Invaders of Gaul and Spain, in: Athenaeum 85, pp. 69-75.* march
  • Yorke, Barbara (1989): The Yutes of Hampshire and Wight and the origins of Wessex, in: Bassett, The Origins, pp. 84-96.*
  • Yorke, Barbara (1990): Kings and Kingdoms of early Anglo-Saxon England, (London).

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