videos, podcasts, publications, articles and reviews by Bob Trubshaw


Videos

  1. The Songlines of Avebury and Beyond recorded at Megalithomania conference 2012
  2. Megalithomania interview
  3. A Leicestershire reburial produced in 2017 by Jonathan Allen for Honouring the Ancient Dead (see also this article)
  4. Little-known Leicestershire and Rutland: Part 1 Standing stones (Heart of Albion Productions 2018)
  5. Little-known Leicestershire and Rutland: Part 2 Ancient crosses (Heart of Albion Productions 2018)
  6. Little-known Leicestershire and Rutland: Part 3 Holy wells (Heart of Albion Productions 2018)
  7. Introduction to the Medieval Carvings of Leicestershire and Rutland (Heart of Albion Productions 2018)
  8. Understanding Leicestershire and Rutland's Anglo-Saxon and Romanesque Carvings (Heart of Albion Productions 2018)
  9. Introduction to Project Gargoyle (Heart of Albion Productions 2018)
  10. Performers and Audiences (Heart of Albion Productions 2018)
  11. Wymeswold Around 1900 (Heart of Albion Productions 2018)
  12. Pugin's Radical Restoration of St Mary's, Wymeswold (Heart of Albion Productions 2018)
  13. The Origins of the Leicestershire Wolds (Heart of Albion Productions 2018) (see also an article called 'Looking in detail at the ancient Wolds' in The Wolds Historian No.2 (2005))
  14. Introduction to Project Gargoyle (revised 2020)
  15. Ironstone Quarries of Leicestershire (Heart of Albion Productions 2020)
  16. Dream incubation: iron ore, dogs and opium (Heart of Albion Productions 2022; commissioned for Sarah Janes' YouTube channel)
  17. Charnwood slate gravestones and eighteenth century trade routes (Heart of Albion Productions 2022)
  18. Ringed Horizons: Neolithic, Iron Age and Anglo-Saxon ritual sites as 'theatres' (Heart of Albion Productions 2022)
  19. Three queens, three kings and the Durham Ox (Heart of Albion Productions 2022)
  20. How Anglo-Saxons found their way (Heart of Albion Productions 2022; minor revision 2023)
  21. Three fonts, two bunches of tulips and an archbishop (Heart of Albion Productions 2022)
  22. Goodbye Belvoir Angels. Hello Soul Effigies. (Heart of Albion Productions 2022)
  23. Dreams, dogs and iron ore (Heart of Albion Productions 2022; re-upload of 'Dream incubation: iron ore, dogs and opium')
  24. Alabaster, gypsum and plaster (Heart of Albion Productions 2022)
  25. Anglo-Saxon boundary shrines (Heart of Albion Productions 2022)
  26. Squints, passages and pilgrims (Heart of Albion Productions 2022)
  27. Anglo-Saxon shrines at fords (Heart of Albion Productions 2022)
  28. Foxton Locks around 1910 (Heart of Albion Productions 2022)
  29. Giants in the landscape (Heart of Albion Productions 2022)
  30. Leicestershire farm life during the First World War (Heart of Albion Productions 2022)
  31. 'What is the meaning of this Germanic barbarity?' (Heart of Albion Productions 2022)
  32. Meetings at triangles (Heart of Albion Productions 2022)
  33. Interrogating the evidence: Winnibriggs and Threo Wapentake (Heart of Albion Productions 2023)
  34. Medieval carvings with original pigments (Heart of Albion Productions 2023)
  35. Rota's Land and Franni's Land (Heart of Albion Productions 2023)
  36. Reading Romanesque fonts (Heart of Albion Productions 2023)
  37. Always upstream, never downstream (Heart of Albion Productions 2023)
  38. Queens of the valleys (Heart of Albion Productions 2023)
  39. Church and manor (Heart of Albion Productions 2023)
  40. The G.K. Chesterton school of Anglo-Saxon history (Heart of Albion Productions 2023)
  41. King Dick cops it! (Heart of Albion Productions 2023)
  42. Beside not above: before the supernatural was invented (Heart of Albion Productions 2023)
  43. The significances of square headdresses (Heart of Albion Productions 2023)
  44. Early churches and waterborne trade (Heart of Albion Productions 2023)
  45. Charnwood slate gravestones and eighteenth century trade routes revised version (Heart of Albion Productions 2023)
  46. Anglo-Saxon Avebury (Heart of Albion Productions 2023)
  47. Asking curious questions (Heart of Albion Productions 2023)
  48. The evidence for an Anglo-Saxon horse cult (Heart of Albion Productions 2023)
  49. When U-bends were sacred. And the dragons who dwelt there. (Heart of Albion Productions 2023)
  50. Channel update May 2023 (Heart of Albion Productions 2023)
  51. Ironstone Quarries of Leicestershire revisited (Heart of Albion Productions 2023)
  52. Anglo-Saxon Leicestershire – the exceptional available evidence (Heart of Albion Productions 2023)
  53. Roman roads in north-east Leicestershire (Heart of Albion Productions 2023)
  54. Salt ways in Leicestershire (Heart of Albion Productions 2023)
  55. Why Melton Mowbray needed to called 'middle town' (Heart of Albion Productions 2023)
  56. "Following the money" along medieval bypasses (Heart of Albion Productions 2023)
  57. Watling Street: the biggest cultural boundary in England (Heart of Albion Productions 2023)
  58. ĎAy up me Duc!í Leicesterís dialect and accent (Heart of Albion Productions 2023)
  59. Black Annis: Leicester's very own bogey-person (Heart of Albion Productions 2023)
  60. Inventing the English rural idyll (Heart of Albion Productions 2023)
  61. Evolving Anglo-Saxon agriculture (Heart of Albion Productions 2023)

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Podcasts

  1. The Very Sacred Grove (Vernemetum on the Leics:Notts border) (produced 2018 by David Parker for his Monument Podcasts series)
  2. Harrow Hills (produced 2019 by David Parker for his Monument Podcasts series)


Books, booklets and electronic publications

  1. Ancient Crosses of Leicestershire and Rutland Heart of Albion 1990
  2. Holy Wells and Springs of Leicestershire and Rutland Heart of Albion 1990
  3. Standing Stones and Mark Stones of Leicestershire and Rutland Heart of Albion 1991
  4. Good Gargoyle Guide: Medieval church carvings in Leicestershire and Rutland Heart of Albion 1991
  5. The Quest for the Omphalos (with John Walbridge) Heart of Albion 1991
  6. Grimr's Year Heart of Albion 1991
  7. Putting Things Straight: Ancient aligned sites in Leicestershire and Rutland Heart of Albion 1992
  8. Dragon Slaying Myths Ancient and Modern Heart of Albion Press 1993 (Reprinted Dragon's Head Press 1998)
  9. Wymeswold Field Walking Survey Report 1993 (privately distributed)
  10. Gargoyles and Grotesque Carvings of Leicestershire and Rutland
    Heart of Albion 1995
  11. Little-known Leicestershire and Rutland (1st edition) Heart of Albion 1995
  12. Little-known Leicestershire and Rutland: the hypertext (on 3.5" discs) Heart of Albion 1996
  13. How to Write and Publish Local History Heart of Albion 1999
  14. Interactive Little-known Leicestershire and Rutland (CD-ROM) Heart of Albion 2002
  15. Interactive Gargoyles and Grotesque Carvings of Leicestershire and Rutland (CD-ROM) Heart of Albion 2002
  16. Explore Folklore Heart of Albion 2002 PDF
  17. Explore Mythology Heart of Albion 2003 PDF
  18. Rutland Village by Village Heart of Albion 2003 PDF
  19. Good Gargoyle Guide (2nd edn) Heart of Albion 2004
  20. Leicestershire Legends Retold by Black Annis Heart of Albion 2004 PDF
  21. How to Write and Publish Local and Family History Successfully Heart of Albion 2005 PDF
  22. Sacred Places: Prehistory and popular imagination Alternative Albion 2005 PDF
  23. The Myths of Reality (written under the pseudonym Simon Danser) Alternative Albion 2005 PDF
  24. Horn Dance or Stag Night? Folklore and myth in the age of blogs Heart of Albion 2007
  25. The Black Book (2007 PDF photo book; contains nudity)
  26. The White Book (2007 PDF photo book; contains nudity)
  27. The Red Book (2007 PDF photo book; contains nudity)
  28. 100 Not Out (2008 PDF photo book; contains nudity)
  29. Gargoyle Hunting Guide Heart of Albion 2008
  30. Little-known Leicestershire and Rutland (2nd edition) Heart of Albion 2010
  31. Wardens' guide to the recording of medieval carvings in the churches of Leicestershire and Rutland Project Gargoyle 2010
  32. A guide to photographing and recording medieval carvings in the churches of Leicestershire and Rutland Project Gargoyle 2010
  33. Singing Up the Country: The songlines of Avebury and beyond Heart of Albion 2011 PDF
  34. You Don't Just Drink It!: What you need to know – and do – before drinking mead [written under the pseudonym Beatrice Walditch] Heart of Albion 2012 PDF
  35. Souls, Spirits and Deities Heart of Albion 2012
  36. How the Anglo-Saxons Found Their Way Heart of Albion 2012
  37. Creating the Paranormal Heart of Albion 2012
  38. The Body of the Pot (2012 PDF photo book; contains nudity)
  39. The Process of Reality Heart of Albion 2012
  40. Taking a Whirlpool Home in a Bucket Heart of Albion 2012
  41. Beyond the Henge: Exploring Avebury's World Heritage Site Heart of Albion 2012
  42. Continuity of Worldviews in Anglo-Saxon England Heart of Albion 2013
  43. Listening to the Stones Living in the Magical World series Volume One [written under the pseudonym Beatrice Walditch] Heart of Albion 2014 PDF
  44. Through the Eye of the Skull: The metaphysical relocation of self in ritual narratives Heart of Albion 2013
  45. What can a gargoyle tell us? Heart of Albion 2013
  46. Mawming and Mooning: Towards an understanding of medieval carvings and their carvers Heart of Albion 2013 (revised 2014)
  47. Amulets and Chants Heart of Albion 2014
  48. Mothers' Union Banners: A neglected British 'folk art' Heart of Albion 2014
  49. Knowing Your Guardians Living in the Magical World series Volume Two [written under the pseudonym Beatrice Walditch] Heart of Albion 2015 PDF
  50. Learning from the Ancestors Living in the Magical World series Volume Three [written under the pseudonym Beatrice Walditch] Heart of Albion 2015 PDF
  51. Pilgrimage in England: A concise overview Heart of Albion 2015
  52. Dream Incubation Heart of Albion 2015
  53. Minsters and Valleys: A topographical comparison of seventh and eighth century land use in Leicestershire, Rutland and Wiltshire Heart of Albion 2015
  54. Everything is Change Living in the Magical World series Volume Four [written under the pseudonym Beatrice Walditch] Heart of Albion 2016 PDF
  55. Enchantment is All About Us Living in the Magical World series Volume Five [written under the pseudonym Beatrice Walditch] Heart of Albion 2016 PDF
  56. Continuity of Worldviews in Anglo-Saxon England Heart of Albion; substantially revised 2016
  57. Souls, Spirits and Deities Heart of Albion; substantially revised 2016
  58. Continuity of Anglo-Saxon Iconography Heart of Albion 2016
  59. Rethinking Anglo-Saxon Shrines Heart of Albion 2016 (revised 2018; 2020)
  60. Time and Place volume 1: West Yorkshire 1975 to 2012 (2017 photo book)
  61. Time and Place volume 2: Sussex 1976 to 2008 (2017 photo book)
  62. Time and Place volume 3: Redhill, Reigate and Merstham 1979 to 1986 (2017 photo book)
  63. A Summer Holiday 1984 (2017 photo book)
  64. Colours in the Stones (2017 photo book)
  65. Thinking About Places Heart of Albion 2019
  66. Medieval Carvings in Colour Heart of Albion 2019
  67. Tales from the Railway (fiction) Heart of Albion 2020
  68. Tales from the Emporium (fiction) Heart of Albion 2021

Sorry, all those without hypertext links are now out of print.


Books and booklets edited or co-edited

  1. Wolds Reflections Wolds Historical Organisation 1990
  2. 2000 Years of the Wolds Wolds Historical Organisation 2003
  3. Explore Phantom Black Dogs Explore Books 2005
  4. The WHO's What, Where and When Wolds Historical Organisation 2007
  5. Discovering the Wolds Wolds Historical Organisation 2017
  6. People and Places of the Wolds Wolds Historical Organisation 2020


Articles since 2000 (excluding reviews, letters and reprints)

see also articles before 2000

  1. 'Six Hills: an Anglo-Saxon moot site' Wolds Historical Society Newsletter August 2000
  2. Various articles about folklore, mythology and cultural studies for the Foamy Custard web site including an overview of cultural studies, politics of culture and the English and the 'Other' (January 2003).
  3. 'From cultural evolution to cognitive linguistics: theory in British folklore studies' 3rd Stone No.45 January 2003 [closely related to the Foamy Custard article 'An overview of folklore theory']
  4. 'Dream incubation' 3rd Stone No.46 April 2003
  5. 'The Stonehenge we deserve' 3rd Stone No.47 November 2003
  6. 'Geomagnetism: from dream incubation to dowsing' 3rd Stone No.47 November 2003
  7. 'Psychology and the study of folklore and mythology' Foamy Custard June 2003
  8. 'Folklore is all about us' Local History Magazine No.95 April 2004 p23–4
  9. 'Green men and gargoyles' Leicestershire and Rutland Life March 2005 p49–51
  10. 'More and better: the impact of technology on local history publishing' Local History Magazine No.100 (Jan/Feb 2005) p25
  11. 'Gurning and tongue poking: an insight in the minds of medieval masons'. Church Building No.94 (July 2005) p48–9
  12. 'Sacred Places: prehistory and popular imagination', The Watkins Review No.11 (Summer 2005) p28
  13. 'Wymeswold's ghosts', The Wolds Historian No.2 p16–17
  14. 'Looking in detail at the ancient Wolds', The Wolds Historian No.2 p19–23
  15. 'Thorpe in the Glebe', The Wolds Historian No.2 p24–25
  16. 'The Wymeswold skull – a 'first' for Leicestershire', The Wolds Historian No.2 p26–27
  17. 'Listening to the landscape', Pentacle No.15, October 2005 p41–3
  18. '"A funny lot": Indexing and local history books', The Indexer Vol.24 No. 4 Oct 2005 p184–5
  19. 'Thinking about places', Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies in History and Archaeology Vol.1 No.2 (dated Winter 2004; published Spring 2006) p35–50
  20. 'Wymeswold's Wells', The Wolds Historian No.3 (Sept 2006) p20
  21. 'The making of a legend: Black Annis and her Bower', Transactions of the Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society, Vol. 80 (2006) p95–111
  22. 'Face – and flesh – of evil?', Leicestershire Chronicle, Jan 2007 p16–17
  23. 'Mawming and mooning the minds of medieval masons' Leicestershire Historian No.43 Oct 2007 p32–5
  24. 'Black dogs in folklore: Some reflections on the subject and on recent English language scholarship' Australian Folklore No.22 (2007)
  25. 'Goddess worship and shamanism' Pentacle No.26 (2008) p21–3
  26. 'The restoration of St Mary's, Wymeswold, 1955-9', The Wolds Historian No.4 (2008)
  27. 'The planning of Wymeswold', The Wolds Historian No.4 (2008)
  28. 'Wysall's "Wise Boy"', The Wolds Historian No.4 (2008)
  29. 'Rev Henry Alford while at Wymeswold', The Wolds Historian No.4 (2008)
  30. 'Phillip Brown - Wymeswold's cricket legend', The Wolds Historian No.4 (2008)
  31. 'Wysall Lane, Wymeswold', The Wolds Historian No.4 (2008)
  32. ''Hallaton adapts', Leicestershire Historian No.45 (2009)
  33. 'Processes and metaphors: constructing perceptions of prehistory', in Written On Stone: The Cultural Reception of Prehistoric Monuments, Joanne Parker (ed), Cambridge Scolars Publishing 2010
  34. 'The invention of sacred places' in Lancashire's Sacred Landscape: from Prehistory to the Viking Age Linda Sever (ed), The History Press 2010
  35. 'What is the meaning of this Germanic barbarity?' [Stoney Stanton tympanum] Leicestershire Historian No.46 (2010)
  36. 'Charnwood slate gravestones in Northamptonshire' Hindsight No.17 (2011)
  37. 'Project Gargoyle' Leicestershire Archaelogical and Historical Society Newsletter No.83 (2011) p22–3
  38. 'Psychogeography', Northern Earth No. 127 (Sept 2011) p15–20
  39. 'Shooting gargoyles: making headway', Leicestershire Historian No.48 (2012) p42–3
  40. 'Souls and spirit-deities', Paranthropology Vol. 3 No. 2 p15–20
  41. 'Stonehenge: Dead or Alive?' Northern Earth No.132 (2012) p15–20
  42. 'Souls and spirit-deities', Silver Wheel annual No. 4 (2012); (similar to Paranthropology article)
  43. 'Through the eyes of the skull', The Cauldron No.149 (2013) p16–22
  44. 'The songlines of Avebury and beyond' Watkins Mind Body and Spirit No. 35 (2013) p70
  45. 'Avebury update', Northern Earth, No.136 (2013) p10
  46. Over forty articles about Anglo-Saxon beliefs and worldviews for the Anglo-Saxon Twilight web site (November 2013).
  47. 'Stonehenge visitors' centre' Northern Earth No.137 (2014) p25
  48. 'Beneath the beliefs: the worldviews of Druids' (Part One) Touchstone (2014)
  49. 'Beneath the beliefs: the worldviews of Druids' (Part Two) Touchstone (2014)
  50. 'Neolithic, Anglo-Saxon or modern day - spot the difference at Alton's Broadwells' for Ross Parish's blog (2014)
  51. 'The Queen of the Valley', Northern Earth No.139 (2014) p9–13
  52. 'Beneath beliefs: Distinguishing pre-Christian and post-Christian pagans' The Cauldron No.154 (2014) p34–8
  53. 'The view from the henge bank Part 1: Burial mounds or altars?', Northern Earth, No.140 (2015) p9–10; version online at Avebury and Environs website
  54. various articles for Project Gargoyle Newsletter No.1 (2015)
  55. 'Project Gargoyle: past, present and future' in Medieval Leicestershire: Recent research on the medieval archaeology of Leicestershire, Kathy Elkin (ed), (Leicestershire Fieldworkers 2015)
  56. 'The view from the henge bank Part 2: Henges – brands or performances?' Northern Earth No.141 (2015) p11–13; version online at Avebury and Environs website
  57. 'The view from the henge bank Part 3: The Reformation of the landscape' Northern Earth No.142 p9–10
  58. ''Leicestershire: a county of inland ports' Leicestershire Historian No.51 p43–7
  59. 'Sisters' Well' WHO web site (autumn 2015).
  60. Over two dozen articles and short stories about Avebury and Environs (November 2015).
    Yes, you read that right. After all these years of writing non-fiction two fictional stories have 'sneaked out': Halloween 1938 and Mary's annunciation.
  61. 'The view from the henge bank Part 4: All is change' Northern Earth No.143 (2015) p10–12
  62. 'Dream incubation', Touchstone (OBOD members' only magazine, unknown issue 2015).
  63. 'The view from the henge bank Part 5: Northern Earth or Northern Chorography?' Northern Earth No.144 (2016) p12-14
  64. 'Local distinctiveness in Anglo-Saxon England', The Wiccan, unknown issue 2016 [reprint of article from Anglo-Saxon Twilight]
  65. Project Gargoyle Newsletter No.2 (July 2016)
  66. 'Mary's Annunciation', [fiction], Tales of the Damned, Richard Freeman (ed), CFZ Press 2016 (online version)
  67. 'Wiltshire battles' Avebury and Environs (2016)
  68. 'Understanding the Wansdykes' Avebury and Environs' website (2016)
  69. 'Turf rituals', Leicestershire Historian, No.52 (2016), p44-6.
  70. 'Ruminations from Elsewhere Part 1: Ritual cycles of pigs and war' Northern Earth No.147 (2016) p10-12
  71. Project Gargoyle Newsletter No.3 (Feb 2017) including 'Kegworth's corbels', 'Leicestershire's oldest roof boss?', 'Muston's Laudian font', 'Scalford's "Laudian gargoyles"',' Scalford's temporarily concealed Green Man: a cautionary example?', 'Norton's 'halfway house' hood stops', 'Shackerstone's mid-1840s carvings'
  72. 'Ruminations from Elsewhere Part 2: Places as cultural resources' Northern Earth No.148 (2017) p10-12.
  73. 'Ruminations from Elsewhere Part 3 : From Walton to Alexandria' Northern Earth No.149 (2017) p20-25.
  74. 'Ruminations from Elsewhere Part 4: I want to believe' Northern Earth No.150 (2017) p10–12.
  75. 'The Anglo-Saxon boundary shrines of the Leicestershire Wolds' in Discovering the Wolds, edited by Bob Trubshaw, Wolds Historical Organisation 2017.
  76. eleven short articles for Discovering the Wolds, edited by Bob Trubshaw, Wolds Historical Organisation 2017.
  77. 'Breedon's healing angel', Leicestershire Historian No.53 (2017) p31–34.
  78. 'Ruminations from Elsewhere Part 5: Putting place-names in their place' Northern Earth No.151 (2017) p9–12.
  79. 'Beside not above', Fairy Investigation Society Newsletter (February 2018)
  80. 'Avebury sunrises and sunsets', Avebury and Environs (February 2018)
  81. Project Gargoyle Newsletter No.4 (June 2018)
  82. 'Ruminations from Elsewhere Part 6: The queens of the valleys' Northern Earth No.153 (2018) p9–11.
  83. 'Ruminations from Elsewhere Part 7: Respecting the boundaries' Northern Earth No.157 (2019) p10–13.
  84. 'Ruminations from Elsewhere Part 8: The lure of the ringed horizon' Northern Earth No.158 (2019) p15–19; online version (updated February 2022).
  85. Project Gargoyle Newsletter No.5 (April 2019)
  86. 'A tale of two stones' [Humber Stone and St John's Stone, Leicester], Leicestershire Historian, No.55 (2019) p46 9.
  87. 'Recollections of YPEC and YTEC 1976–1986' Fulmer Research Institute web site (November 2019)
  88. Project Gargoyle Newsletter No.6 (April 2020) including 'A cluster of seventeenth century fonts' [Bottesford, Muston and Orston] and three other short articles
  89. A brief history of gypsum and alabaster extraction Wolds Historical Organisation web site 2020.
  90. 'Discovering a pagan ritual site in the Wolds', People and Places of the Wolds, edited by Bob Trubshaw, Wolds Historical Organisation 2020.
  91. 'The battle of Cotes bridge', People and Places of the Wolds, edited by Bob Trubshaw, Wolds Historical Organisation 2020.
  92. 'James Lowe', People and Places of the Wolds, edited by Bob Trubshaw, Wolds Historical Organisation 2020.
  93. 'Charles Packe (1826–96)', People and Places of the Wolds, edited by Bob Trubshaw, Wolds Historical Organisation 2020.
  94. 'Thomas Rossell Potter (1799–1873)', People and Places of the Wolds, edited by Bob Trubshaw, Wolds Historical Organisation 2020.
  95. 'Prestwold Natural Burial Ground', People and Places of the Wolds, edited by Bob Trubshaw, Wolds Historical Organisation 2020.
  96. 'Reality is only a word' [fiction] October 2020.
  97. WHO's history Wolds Historical Organisation web site July 2021.
  98. Over forty articles about Barrowby Until Now September 2021.
  99. 'Lost' Anglo-Saxon church in the Wolds now 'found'? Wolds Historical Organisation web site January 2022.
  100. The 'Gargoyle Revival' at Old Dalby Wolds Historical Organisation web site Febuary 2022.
  101. 'Sacred bends' Northern Earth No.168 (June 2022) p21–3.
  102. 'More ringed horizons' Northern Earth No.168 (June 2022) p28.
  103. 'The Three Queens Inn', Barrowby Until Now July 2022.
  104. 'Full-frontal females', Project Gargoyle Newsletter No.7, August 2022.
  105. 'Now double the number of carvings with original paint!', Project Gargoyle Newsletter No.7, August 2022.
  106. 'Since then', Fulmer Research Institute web site August 2022.
  107. 'Charnwood slate gravestones and eighteenth century trade routes', Leicestershire Historian, No.58 (2022) p37–42.
  108. 'Wymeswold's pinfold's nearest "rivals"' Wolds Historical Organisation web site July 2023.

 

Sorry, only those articles with links are available on-line. The text of most other articles can be emailed on request.


Reviews (excluding those published before January 2000)

  1. 'Rock art as social representation' 3rd Stone No.40 (2001)
  2. 'The landscape of place-names' 3rd Stone No.40 (2001)
  3. 'Old Celtic romances' 3rd Stone No.40 (2001)
  4. 'Folklore of Leicestershire and Rutland' East Midlands Historian (2003)
  5. 'Academic Fallacies' [review of Archaeological Fantasies] Northern Earth No.107 (Sept 2006) p22–4.
  6. 'The Druids' Time and Mind Vol. 1 No.3 (2008)
  7. 'Psychogeography'' Time and Mind Vol.2 No.1 (2009)
  8. 'Portals' Time and Mind Vol.2 No.2 (2009)
  9. 'Heritage, Memory and the Politics of Identity' Time and Mind Vol.2 No.2 (2009)
  10. 'Archaeology is a brand' Time and Mind Vol.2 No.3 (2009)
  11. 'Sacred Gardens and Landscapes' Time and Mind Vol.2 No.3 (2009)
  12. 'Prehistoric Journeys' Time and Mind Vol 3:1 (2010)
  13. 'Ancient Greek Divination' Time and Mind (2010)
  14. 'The Native Mind and the Cultural Construction of Nature' Time and Mind Vol 4:1 (2011)
  15. 'The Master and his Emmisary' Time and Mind Vol 4:1 (2011)
  16. 'On the Origin of Stories' Time and Mind Vol 4:2 (2011)
  17. 'What Color is the Sacred?' Time and Mind 5:1 (2012) p125–8
  18. 'Divination: Perspectives for a new millennium' Time and Mind 5:2 (2012) p217–20
  19. 'Communing with the Gods' Time and Mind 5:3 (2012) p349–52
  20. 'Authors of the Impossible' Time and Mind Vol.6:1(2013)
  21. 'Food, Sacrifice and Sagehood' Time and Mind Vol.6: 2 (2013)
  22. 'The Pilgrims' Way' Time and Mind Vol.6:3 (2013)
  23. 'Megaliths and Identity' Time and Mind Vol.7:1 (2014)
  24. 'How to Read a Graveyard' Time and Mind Vol 7:3 (2014) p324–6
  25. 'Imagining Landscapes' Time and Mind Vol 7:3 (2014) p321–2
  26. 'Religion, Space and the Environment' Time and Mind Vol 7:4 (2014)
  27. 'Neolithic and Copper Age monuments' Time and Mind Vol 8:3 (2015)
  28. 'Hell and High Water: A joint review of Why Hell Stinks of Sulphur: Mythology and geology of the underworld and Water: Nature and culture', Time and Mind, Vol 8:4 (2015)
  29. 'Landscapes of Pilgrimage in Medieval Britain' Time and Mind (2017)
  30. 'Otherworlds' Northern Earth No.149 (2017) p31–2
  31. 'Divination and Human Nature: A cognitive history of intuition in Classical Antiquity' Time and Mind Vol.10:4 (2017)
  32. 'Divine mania: alteration of consciousness in ancient Greece' Time and Mind Volume 11 Issue 2 (2018)
  33. 'Religion, history and place in the origin of settled life' Time and Mind Volume 12 Issue 3 (2019)
  34. 'Avebury: An archaeological map' Northern Earth No.159 (2019) p29–30

 


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