UCL Early Medieval Atlas


Lordship and Landscape Outputs

Details of research results and publications arising from previous related research include:

  • C. Scull and T. Williamson. 2018. New light on Rendlesham: lordship and landscape in East Anglia, 400–800. The Historian 139, 6–11.
  • C. Scull, forthcoming. ‘Archaeology and geographies of jurisdiction: evidence from south-east Suffolk in the seventh century’, in J. Caroll, A. Reynolds and B. Yorke (eds) Power and Place in Later Roman and Early Medieval Europe. London
  • C. Scull, F. Minter and J. Plouviez 2016. ‘Social and economic complexity in early medieval England: a central place complex of the East Anglian kingdom at Rendlesham, Suffolk’, Antiquity 90 (354), 1594-1612
  • T. Williamson 2013. ‘East Anglia’s character and the “North Sea World”’. In D. Bates & R. Liddiard (eds), East Anglia and its North Sea World in the Middle Ages, 44–62. Woodbridge
  • T. Williamson, 2008. Sutton Hoo and its Landscape. Oxford
  • Rendlesham Survey website: https://heritage.suffolk.gov.uk/rendlesham-project