WARFARE, RAIDING AND DEFENCE IN EARLY MEDIEVAL BRITAIN
224pp., 70 colour illus. 2018. An examination of warfare in the period AD400-850. It uses written sources, archaeological evidence and surviving features in the landscape to analyse the nature of warfare in those days, paying particular attention to the large defensive earthworks typical of the period. Luckily these earthworks survive long after the warriors have turned to dust; their locations in the landscape are mute witness to the nature of early medieval warfare.