A Research Framework for the Archaeology of Wales

Southwest Wales – Medieval, bibliography




Austin, D. 1999, ‘Archéologie de communauté et résistance: les habitats dispersés en Angleterre et Pays de Galles au Moyen Age’, pp. 39-64 in Cursente, B. (ed) L.‘habitat dispersé dans l’Europe médiévale et moderne   Toulouse: Presses Universitaires du Mirail


Browne, D. & Percival, D. An Architectural Study: Newport Castle, Pembrokeshire  Aberystwyth: RCAHMW


Butler, L.A.S. 1963, ‘The excavation of a long-hut near Bwlch-yr-hendre’, Ceredigion, 4, 450-457


Butler, L.A.S. 1996, ‘Medieval settlement in Wales’, Ruralia, 1, 119-123


Carter, H. (ed) 1981 The National Atlas of Wales  Cardiff


Crane, P. 1999, ‘Iron Age promontory fort to medieval castle?  Excavations at Great Castle Head, Dale, Pembrokeshire’  Archaeologia Cambrensis,  148, 86-145


Dark, K.R. 1994, Discovery by Design: the identification of secular elite settlements in Western Britain AD 400-700  Oxford: BAR, 237


Davies, J.L. & Kirby, D. P. (eds) 1994, Cardiganshire County History: vol. 1 from the earliest times to the coming of the Normans   Cardiff: Cardiganshire Antiquarian Society

Flatrés, P. Quatres contrées Celtiques


Gerrard, G.A.M. 1990, ‘The Carew Castle Project 1986-90’, Fortress, 6, 45-50


Griffiths 1991


Howells, B.E. (ed) 1987, Pembrokeshire County History: vol. 3 early modern Pembrokeshire 1536-1815   Haverfordwest


James 1991


Jenkins & Jones 1998, Cardiganshire County History: vol. 3 Cardiganshire in modern times  Cardiff: Cardiganshire Antiquarian Society


Jones-Pierce, T. 1959a, ‘’Agrarian aspects of the tribal system in Wales’ in Planhol, X. (ed) Géographie et Histoires Agraires, Annales de l’Est,  21, 329-337


Jones-Pierce, T. 1959b, ‘Medieval Cardiganshire: a study in social origins’, Ceredigion,  3,  265-283


Kissock, J.A. 1990, The Origin of the Village in South Wales: a Study in Landscape Archaeology,  unpublished PhD, University of Leicester


Kissock, J.A. 1993, ‘Some examples of co-axial field systems in Pembrokeshire’,  Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies,  40, 190-197


Kissock, J.A. 1997, ‘God made nature and men made towns: post-conquets and pre-conquest village sin Pembrokeshire’, pp. 123-138 in Edwards, N. (ed) Landscape and Settlement in Medieval Wales  Oxford: Oxbow Monograph 18


Lloyd 1935


Ludlow, N. 1991, ‘Pembroke Castle and town walls’, Fortress, 6, 25-30


Murphy, K. 1995, ‘The castle and borough of Wiston, Pembokeshire’, Archaeol Cambrensis,  144, 71-102


Murphy, K. 1997, ‘Small boroughs in south-west Wales: their planning, early development and defence’, pp. 139-156 in Edwards, N. (ed) Landscape and Settlement in Medieval Wales  Oxford: Oxbow Monograph 18


Rees, W. 1951, An Historical Atlas of Wales,  Cardiff


Smith, B. 1998, Llywelyn ap Gruffudd


Smith, P. 1988, Houses of the Welsh Countryside, 2nd,. edition   London: HMSO




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