Publications

1. Books

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Bestiaries and their Users in the Middle Ages, Sutton Publishing 1998

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The Royal Abbey of Reading, Boydell & Brewer, Woodbridge  2016.

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R. Baxter, J. Hall and C. Marx (ed.), Peterborough and the Soke: Art Architecture and Archaeology (British Archaeological Association Conference Transactions XLI), Routledge, Abingdon 2019.

Chapters in books

“Bestiaries” (125-26), “Medical Manuscripts and Herbals” (504-05) and “Scientific Manuscripts, Early” (673-75) in P. E. Szarmach, M. T. Tavormina and J. T. Rosenthal (ed.), Medieval England: An Encyclopedia, New York and London 1998. ISBN 0 8240 5786 4.

“Learning from Nature: Lessons in Virtue and Vice in the Physiologus and Bestiaries” in C. Hourihane (ed.), Virtue and Vice. The Personifications in the Index of Christian Art, Princeton 2000, 29-41. ISBN 0 691 05037 6.

“Speech and Writing in the Gospels of Matilda of Canossa”, in Z. Opačić and A. Timmermann (ed.), Image, Memory and Devotion: Liber Amicorum Paul Crossley, Brepols, Turnhout, Belgium 2011, 77-94. ISBN 978 2 503 53168 7.

“The medieval worked stone assemblage: Romanesque carved stones”, in C. Green and R. Gilchrist (ed.), Glastonbury Abbey: archaeological investigations 1904-79, Society of Antiquaries, London 2015, 347-58. ISBN: 978 0 85431 300 6.

3. Chapters in Conference Transactions

“The Decoration of the Cloister at Reading Abbey” (with Stuart Harrison) in L.Keen & E.Scarff (eds.), Windsor: Medieval Archaeology, Art and Architecture of the Thames Valley (British Archaeological Association Conference Transactions XXV, 2002), 302-12. ISBN I 902653 45 9

“The Romanesque Abbey Church at Reading”, (with Malcolm Thurlby) in L.Keen & E.Scarff (eds.), Windsor: Medieval Archaeology, Art and Architecture of the Thames Valley (British Archaeological Association Conference Transactions XXV, 2002), 282-301. ISBN I 902653 45 9

“The West Portal of Angers Cathedral”, in J. McNeill and D. Prigent (ed.), Anjou: Medieval Art, Architecture and Archaeology (British Archaeological Association Conference Transactions XXVI, 2003), 138-50. ISBN I 902653 68 8

“The Construction of the West Doorway of Rochester Cathedral,” in T. Ayers and T. Tatton-Brown (ed.) Rochester. Medieval Art, Architecture and Archaeology (British Archaeological Association Conference Transactions XXVIII, 2006), 85-96.

“The Tombs of the Archbishops of Mainz” in U. Engel and A. Gajewski (ed.), Mainz and the Middle Rhine Valley: Medieval Art, Architecture and Archaeology (British Archaeological Association Conference Transactions XXX, 2007), 68-79.

“A few ancient recumbent effigies of abbots, not one of which occupies its original position”, in R. Baxter, J. Hall and C. Marx (ed.), Peterborough and the Soke: Art Architecture and Archaeology (British Archaeological Association Conference Transactions XLI, 2019), 261-74. ISBN 978 0 367 17382 1.

4. Journal Articles

“A Baronial Bestiary: Heraldic Evidence for the Patronage of MS Bodley 764”, Journal of the Warburg & Courtauld Institutes, 50, 1987, 196-200. ISSN 0075 4390.

“A Monk of St Augustine’s”, Medieval World, 2, Sept/Oct. 1991, 3-10. ISSN 0963 2751.

“12th-century sculptural fragments in Bosham Church” (with K. A. Morrison), Sussex Archaeological Collections, 129, 1991, 33-38. ISSN 0143 8204.

“Beakhead Ornament and the Corpus of Romanesque Sculpture”, Historic Churches 11, 2004, 8-10. ISBN 900915 31 6.

“Whose Heritage? The Problem of Shobdon Arches”, Journal of the British Archaeological Association, 163 (2010), 154 – 176.

5. Internet articles

Corpus of Romanesque Sculpture in Britain and Ireland (www.crsbi.ac.uk):

Site entries for Bedfordshire (3 entries), Berkshire (117), Buckinghamshire (102), Cambridgeshire (70), Cheshire (24), Essex (121), Hampshire (27), Herefordshire (128), Hertfordshire (32), Huntingdonshire (41), Northamptonshire (118), Shropshire (16), Staffordshire (45), and Suffolk (163).

Stories in Stone (https:// medieval-sculpture.com). Personal blog with entries on Architectural features, Pilgrimage and relics, historiography and sculptural ornament.

6. Reviews

“English Romanesque Art, 1066-1200” (exhibition review), Pantheon, 3, 1984, 284-85. ISSN 0720 0056

“A Thoroughbred Exhibition” (review of Age of Chivalry exhibition), Art Monthly, 112, Dec/Jan. 1988, 28. ISSN 0142 6702

J. Backhouse, The Luttrell Psalter, in The Art Newspaper, 7, Apr.1991, 14. ISSN 0960 6556.

P. Basing, Trades & Crafts in Medieval MSS, in The Art Newspaper, 7, Apr.1991, 14. ISSN 0960 6556.

K. van der Horst, Illuminated & Decorated medieval MSS in the University Library, Utrecht, in The Art Newspaper, 7, Apr.1991, 14. ISSN 0960 6556.

F. Mütherich and K.Dachs, Das Quedlinburger Evangeliar, in The Art Newspaper 11, Oct.1991, 16. ISSN 0960 6556.

A. Henry, The Eton Roundels, in The Art Newspaper, 14, Jan.1992, 16. ISSN 0960 6556.

D. Kahn, Canterbury Cathedral & its Romanesque Sculpture, in Apollo, October 1992, 268-69. ISSN 0003 6536.

M. Camille, Image on the Edge: The Margins of Medieval Art, in Apollo, January 1993, 64-65. ISSN 0003 6536.

“In Defence of Westminster Abbey” (review of P. Binski, Westminster Abbey & the Plantagenets), London Quarterly, Dec.1995 – Mar. 1996, 9-10. ISSN 1358 9555.

C. E. Armi, The “Headmaster” of Chartres and the Origins of “Gothic” Sculpture, in Journal of the British Archaeological Association, 148, 1995, 179-81. ISSN 0068 1288.

D. Hassig, Medieval Bestiaries: Text, image, ideology, in Burlington Magazine, August 1996, 548. ISSN 0007 6287.

E. C. Parker and C. T. Little, The Cloisters Cross; Its Art and Meaning in The Antiquaries Journal (Book Review Supplement), 75, 1995, 71-72.  ISSN 0003 5815.

J. James, The Creation of Gothic Architecture an Illustrated Thesaurus: The Ark of God. Part A: The Evolution of Foliate Capitals in the Paris Basin 1170 to 1250 in Journal of the British Archaeological Association, 156, 2003, 184-86. ISSN 0068 1288.

E. Coatsworth, Western Yorkshire: Corpus of Anglo-Saxon Stone Sculpture, volume VIII. (Oxford University Press for the British Academy, 2008) in Journal of the British Archaeological Association, 162, 2009, 215.

G. Tyack, S. Bradley and N. Pevsner, The Buildings of England: Berkshire (Yale University Press, 2010) in the Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain Newsletter No. 104, Winter/Spring 2011, 15-16.

S. Ćurčić, Architecture in the Balkans From Diocletian to Süleyman the Magnificent (Yale University Press, 2010)  in the Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain Newsletter No. 106, Winter/Spring 2012, 19.

P. Davies, D. Howard and W. Pullan (ed.): Architecture and Pilgrimage, 1000-1500: Southern Europe and Beyond (Ashgate, 2013) in the Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain Newsletter No. 114, Winter/Spring 2015, 13.