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Dr James Gerrard
By the Medway Marsh: excavations at Grange Farm, Gillingham, Kent 2003-20062022
Dr James Gerrard
Review of: The Material Fall of Roman Britain, 300–525 CE By Robin Fleming. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press 2021.2022
Dr James Gerrard
Eniko Hudak
Chapter 16: The Pottery Assemblage2021
Dr James Gerrard
Sixth-Century Connections: Anglo-Saxon brooches from Somerset2021
Dr James Gerrard
The Roman coins2021
Dr James Gerrard
Kingdom, Civitas and County: the evolution of territorial identity in the English landscape2019
Dr James Gerrard
Le souvenir des tyrans dans la Bretagne du Ve siècle: Magnus Maximus et Constantin III2019
Dr James Gerrard
Small finds2019
Dr James Gerrard
The Vyne Ring in context: powerful people and powerful rings during the end of Roman Britain2019
Dr James Gerrard
Victoria Ridgeway
A Romano‐British Graffito of a Ship from Gillingham, Kent, UK2018
Dr James Gerrard
Brancaster type signet rings: a study in the material culture of sealing documents in Late Antique Britain2017
Dr James Gerrard
Andrew Agate
Finding Fish: the 2017 season of excavation at Lufton2017
Dr James Gerrard
Please send me your Linchpins!2017
Dr James Gerrard
Andrew Agate
The Deserted Medieval Settlement at Barrow, Odcombe, Somerset: Trial Excavations in 20142017
Dr James Gerrard
The Green Waste Project: a reassurance2017
Dr James Gerrard
Andy Agate
An Archaeological Assessment of an Excavation Undertaken at Hungerford, Lufton, Brympton 20162016
Dr James Gerrard
An unfinished zoomorphic escutcheon of possible fifth-century date from Twyning, near Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire.2016
Dr James Gerrard
Bronze vessels, Roman2016
Dr James Gerrard
Dr Martin Cooke
Contaminated Green Waste2016
Dr James Gerrard
Economy and Power in Late Roman Britain2016
Dr James Gerrard
Green Waste and the Historic Environment2016
Dr James Gerrard
Introduction: Romano-British Pottery in the Fifth Century2016
Dr James Gerrard
Los últimos romanos de Britania2016
Dr James Gerrard
New radiocarbon dates from the Lynch Farm Romano-British cemetery, near Peterborough2016
Dr James Gerrard
Dr Martin Cooke
Dr Massimo Strano
Proving a problem: help us to map the spread of contaminated green waste [and green waste app: a field guide]2016
Dr James Gerrard
Review of N. POULOU-PAPADIMITRIOU, E. NODAROU and V. KILIKOGLOU (EDS), LRCW4: LATE ROMAN COARSE WARES, COOKING WARES AND AMPHORAE IN THE MEDITERRANEAN. ARCHAEOLOGY AND ARCHAEOMETRY: THE MEDITERRANEAN, A MARKET WITHOUT FRONTIERS (British Archaeological Reports International Series 2616)2016
Dr James Gerrard
Romano-British Pottery in the Fifth Century2016
Dr James Gerrard
The Black Burnished Type 18 Bowl and the Fifth Century2016
Dr James Gerrard
Andy Agate
The Lufton Villa Excavations 2016: A Preliminary Report2016
Dr James Gerrard
Andy Agate
An Archaeological Assessment of an Excavation Undertaken at Mr Unwin’s Field, Lufton, Brympton, Somerset 2013.2015
Dr James Gerrard
Archaeological investigations at Axton Chase School, Longfield, Kent2015
Dr James Gerrard
Green Waste and Archaeological Geophysics2015
Dr James Gerrard
Review of Eckardt, H. Objects and Identities: Roman Britain and the North Western Provinces2015
Dr James Gerrard
'Review of: Lindy Casson, James Drummond-Murray & Antony Francis. Romano-British round houses to medieval parish:excavations at 10 Gresham Street, City of London, 1999–2002 (MOLA Monograph 67)'2015
Dr James Gerrard
Synthesis, Chronology and "Late Roman" Cemeteries in Britain2015
Dr James Gerrard
Temples and Suburbs: Excavations at Tabard Square, Southwark2015
Dr James Gerrard
Towns in the Dark? Urban Transformations from Late Roman to Anglo-Saxon England. By G. Speed. [Book review]2015
Dr James Gerrard
Excavations along the Thames Estuary in North Kent.2014
Dr James Gerrard
Roman pottery in the fifth century: a review of the evidence and its significance2014
Dr James Gerrard
Andy Agate
An Archaeological Assessment of an Excavation Undertaken at Mr Unwin’s Field, Lufton, Brympton, Somerset 2012.2013
Dr James Gerrard
Andy Agate
Englands Fieldnames in Odcombe Parish, Somerset2013
Dr James Gerrard
Romano-British Pottery2013
Dr James Gerrard
The Ruin of Roman Britain: An Archaeological Perspective2013
Dr James Gerrard
Romano-British pottery2012
Dr James Gerrard
The Native and Roman Pottery2012
Dr James Gerrard
The Quoygrew Sequence2012
Dr James Gerrard
A Roman Settlement and Bath House at Shadwell: Excavations at Tobacco Dock and Babe Ruth Restaurant, the Highway, London2011
Dr James Gerrard
Cathedral or Granary? The Roman Coins from Colchester House (PEP89)2011
Dr James Gerrard
Crisis, whose crisis? The fifth-century in south-western Britain2011
Dr James Gerrard
New light on the end of Roman London2011
Dr James Gerrard
Roman pottery and small finds2011
Dr James Gerrard
Wells and belief systems at the end of Roman Britain : a case study from Roman London2011
Dr James Gerrard
An enigmatic Viking Age settlement in Orkney2010
Dr James Gerrard
Finding the fifth century: a late fourth- and early fifth-century pottery fabric from South-East Dorset2010
Dr James Gerrard
Dumps and tessera: high status building materials from 33 Union Street, Southwark2009
Dr James Gerrard
The Drapers' Gardens hoard: a preliminary account2009
Dr James Gerrard
Demolishing Roman Britain2008
Dr James Gerrard
Feeding the army from Dorset: pottery, salt and the Roman state2008
Dr James Gerrard
Rethinking the small pig horizon at York Minster2007
Dr James Gerrard
The temple of Sulis Minerva at Bath and the end of Roman Britain2007
Dr James Gerrard
A possible late Roman silver hoard from Bath2005
Dr James Gerrard
Bradley Hill, Somerset and the end of Roman Britain: a study in continuity?2005
Professor Sam Turner
Dr James Gerrard
Imported and local pottery at Mothecombe: some new finds amongst old material at Totnes Museum2005
Dr Rob Collins
Dr James Gerrard
Debating Late Antiquity in Britain AD300-7002004
Dr James Gerrard
How late is late? Black Burnished ware and the fifth century2004
Dr James Gerrard
Some stray finds from the Ravenglass area, Cumbria and their implications2002