Saxon Index

SAXON – an online index

This index mostly refers to main articles, by key words not titles. Saxon was not paginated until no. 51, so references are to issue numbers only.
This outline index has limited cross-referencing. Main entries are grouped under Authors and Lecturers; Boats and Ships; Books; Sutton Hoo excavations; Sutton Hoo general; SUTTON HOO SOCIETY: SHS Conferences; SHS Lectures; SHS Outings.

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Numbers
4th century archaeology     30

A

Aethelred the Unready      52 (10)
Agricultural changes, AD 33-900     30
Agriculture before Domesday,     42
Albion Wharf, Ipswich     43
Aldridge, John (obit.)     12
Animals (Anglo-Saxon)    45
Angles & Saxons, geographically considered     42
Anglo-Saxon Art      55 (1 – 3)
Anglo-Saxon Art in the Round (exhibition)     49
Anglo-Saxon Deviant Burial Customs (Dr Andrew Reynolds)     50 (10)
Anglo-Saxon Landscapes (2004 conference)     42
Anglo-Saxon Sailing Ships (Edwin & Joyce Gifford) new edition     49
Anglo-Saxon Ship Build Project, Woodbridge     58 (1)
Ansell, Brian, stone carver      41, 49
Archaeology in Suffolk (SIAH conference)      51 (11)
Arts & Crafts in the Mead Hall (2008 conference)      48, 49
ASKED (A-S Kent Electronic Database)      49
Atkinson, Martin (1968 – 2015)     61 (11)
Authors & Lecturers*
  Abbott, Bryony       58 (2 – 3)
  Abbott, Catherine     26
  Adams, Noel     41*
  Aldred, D.E.     8
  Alfield, Robert      48
  Allen, Ken      60 (8 – 9)
  Allen, Robert       39, 41, 44, 45, 46, 57 (8)
  Anderson, Robert       48
  Ansell-Bell, Karissa      13
  Argent, Michael       39, 44, 52 (10), 57 (8)
  Arnott, W.G.        8
  Ashbee, Paul (EADT letter)       33, (obit.) 50 (12)
  Atkinson, Martin       53 (1-2)
  Banyard, Sue        15
  Beardsley, Bob       9
  Black, Don        35
  Blackburn, Mark         30*
  Blair, Ian      43*
  Brewster, Marc      61 (12)
  Brown, Brenda      48
  Brown, Michelle      38*
  Bruce-Mitford, Rupert      10
  Campbell, James      38*
  Cantara, Linda     32
  Caruth, Jo     32*, 56 (1 – 3)
  Carver, Martin     1, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8 (twice), 10, 11, 14*, 16*, 17*, 20*, 22, 23*, 35*, 50 (6-7 & 13), 53 (11)*, 56 (8 – 10), 57 (9), 57 (10), 61 (1 – 2)
  Clark, Kate    9
  Constantine, Paul    59 (1)
  Copp, Andy     2, 4, 5
  Cross, Pamela     55 (8 – 10), 60 (10)
  Cutting, Ivan     19, 26
  Davies, John     34*
  Dove, Simon     13
  Evans, Angela Care     10, 17, 20, 24*, 25*, 30, 35*
  Everett, Linzi     38
  Evers, Charlotte     9
  Fairclough, John     50 (5), 51 (3)
  Fenwick, Valerie     14, 34*, 50 (12)
  Fern, Dr. Chris      52 (1-3)
  Fowler, Peter      42*
  Gannon, Anna     38*
  Gardner, Rhodri     43
  Garner-Lehire, Justin     23
  Gatter, Larry     11
  Geake, Helen     15, 36*, 40, 61 (3 – 4)
  Gifford, Edwin & Joyce     19, 22, 53 (11)
  Glazebrook, Jenny     5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 20
  Goodburn, Damian,     43, 48
  Hamerow, Dr Helena     42*
  Heaney, Seamus      37
  Higham, Nick     30*
  Hills, Catherine     14*
  Hines, John     34*
  Hooke, Della     38
  Hoppitt, Rosemary     9, 10, 11, 12, 23, 30, 34, 39 (interview), 43
  Houlder, Eric     16, 57 (6 – 8), 59 (8 – 9)
  Hummler, Madeleine     18
  James, Edward     34*
  James, Dr Jenny     53 (3)
  Jerromes, Faith     17
  Johnson, Nick     5
  Keenan, Stephen     9
  Kimmerling, Gill     41
  Lee, Becky     9
  Lee, Lindsay     32, 41, 44
  Lovejoy, Andrew     19, 21, 23, 39
  MacCulloch, Prof. Diarmaid     54 (5 – 7)
  Martin, Edward     46*
  Marzinzic, Sonja     44*
  Maslin, Nigel     47, 52 (8-9), 53 (6-7), 57 (10), 58 (5-6), 59 (6-7)
  Meredith, Jezz     61 (5 – 7)
  Milan, Megan     57 (5)
  Miles, Liz     1, 2, 3, 5
  Mitchels, Mark     5, 54 (11)
  Moore, Pauline     47, 50 (8-10), 52 (5-7), 54 (9 – 10), 56 (4 – 5), 59 (11), 60 (10), 61 (12)
  Mortimer, Paul     57 (2)
  Mower, James     16
  Murphy, Peter     30
  Newman, John     14, 16*, 17, 25, 32, 35, 38, 42* 44, 46*
  Newman, Richard     49*
  Newton, Sam     10, 18, 19*, 21, 23, 25, 27, 38*, 49*
  Ohm, Marc Oliver     56 (6)
  Park, Julia     39
  Peacock, Linda     12
  Penn, Kenneth     30*
  Pestell, Tim     38*
  Plouviez, Jude     18*, 30*, 49*
  Plunkett, Tom     22*
  Pluskowski, Aleksandr     45
  Pollard, Clare     9
  Pollington, Stephen     49*, 60 (10)
  Price, Neil     49*
  Rahtz, Philip     12
  Reynolds, Andrew,     27*
  Rogerson, Andrew     42*
  Royle, Cathy       2
  Salmond, Stewart       39
  Scarfe, Norman      10
  Scull, Christopher      29*, 59 (1 – 3)
  Serjeant, Ruth     23
  Sherlock, Stephen      50 (15)
  Simper, Robert      1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 15, 17, 45*, 59 (5)
  Smith, John Michael      37
  S√łndergaard, Ole Brixen       56 (7), 60 (9)
  Startin, Joe      59 (11)
  Sussams, Kate    36 insert, 37*
  Sutcliffe, Ray    10
  Sykes, Dr Naomi    51 (5 – 7)
  Thomas, Dr Gabor    53 (8 – 10), 61 (8)
  Topham-Smith, Christopher    33*
  Wade, Keith    12*, 34*
  Wainwright, Angus    53 (3)
  Walker, Jenny    49*
  Warner, Peter    10
  Weaver, Michael    1, 2, 3, 13, 21, 30
  Webster, Leslie    35, 49, 55, 57 (10)*
  West, Dr Stanley    50 (5)*
  White, Jonathan   48
  Williams, Howard    46
  Williams, Dr Gareth    54 (1)*, 55 (4)*
  Williams, Rose    9
  Williamson, Tom    42*, 47
  Wiltshire, Patricia    30*
  Wright, Nick    53 (3)
  Wright, Rae    52 (11)
  Wise, Philip    57 (1)
  Wright, Ted    31

B

Barber’s Point, Alde Valley    61 (5 – 7)
Barrit, Robert (Mound 2, 1860)     23
BBC Archive    51 (9), 52 (11)
Beaker culture at Sutton Hoo    8
Beardsley, Sqdn Ldr Bob    (photo) 5, (obit.) 39
Belief in the 7th century    38, 45, 46
Belts & buckles    44
Beowulf:
   and Sutton Hoo    21
   at Sutton Hoo (recitation)   7
   the Sutton Hoo connection   43
   dating of   61 (10)
   electronic    32
Berry, Peter   (photo) 5, (obit.) 51 (8 – 9)
Bishopstone, Sussex   52 (11)
Blacknall Field   51 (11)
Bloodmoor Hill (East Anglian Archaeology)   49
Boats & ships:
   Boat building, A-S techniques   43
   Covehithe dugout    39, 45, 48
   Edda, The (Oseberg ship replica)    8
   Historic boats at A-S Festival    45
   Mariner’s Mirror    25
   North Sea shipping in 1st millennium    34, 50 (6 -7)
   Ottor, half-scale replica boat    59 (5)
   Rowing ship, A-S,    8
   Sae Wylfing, half-scale replica ship    19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 45, 59 (4), 60 (9)
   Sailing    21
   Sea Stallion Viking boat    48
   Ship Build Project, Woodbridge    58 (1)
   Sizewell medieval boat timbers    48
   Sutton Hoo’s relation to the sea    20
   Sutton Hoo ship    19
   Sutton Hoo ship (weight)    59 (11), 60 (8 – 9))
Books:

    Ango-Saxon Art (Leslie Webster)    55 (1 – 3)
   Anglo-Saxon Books (sea terms, tools, Caedmon poems)    59 (11)
   Anglo-Saxon Deviant Burial Customs (Dr Andrew Reynolds)   50 (10)
   Anglo-Saxon Sailing Ships (Edwin & Joyce Gifford) new edition    49
   Christians & Pagans: the conversion of Britain from Alban to Bede (Malcolm Lambert)    54 (5 – 8)
   Cuerdale Hoard and related Viking age silver and gold (James Graham-Campbell)    55 (11)
   Early Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms of Southern Britain (ed. Sue Harrington)    60 (5)
   Redating Early England (ed. John Hines et al)    58 (5 – 6)
   Remaking the Sutton Hoo Stone (Paul Mortimer and Stephen Pollington)   58 (4)
   Rural Settlements and Society in Anglo-Saxon England (Helena Hamerow)    57 (9)
   Spong Hill IX (ed. Catherine Hills)    58 (5 – 6)
   Portmahomack, Monastery of the Picts (Martin Carver)    47
   Suffolk in Anglo-Saxon Times (Tom Plunkett)    44
   Sutton Hoo, a 7th century Princely Burial Ground (Martin Carver)    44
   Sutton Hoo Through the Rear-View Mirror (Bob Markham)    37
   The Life and Times of Hengest (Bryan Evans)    60 (10)
   Treasures from Sutton Hoo (Gareth Williams)    54 (1)

Boss Hall brooch (photo)    49
Boss Hall A-S cemetery, Ipswich   14, 29
Bracteate, Martlesham Heath    38
Bromeswell Bucket    32
Brown, Basil    35
   papers    10
   plaque    50 (11)
Bruce-Mitford, Dr Rupert (obit.)   20,21, 59 (7)
Buckingham Palace Garden Party, 2002    37
Burrow Hill, Butley (excavation)    14

C

Cant, Jenny (retirement)    41
Carlton Colville    41
CEGB hut, Sutton Hoo site exhibition   35, 9
Cemeteries, Anglo-Saxon    25, 32, 33, 37, 46
Changing Beliefs (2002 conference)    38
Christianity    38, 45, 46
Chronicle (BBC)    51 (9)
Churches:
   Barnack    48
   Brixworth    48
   Earls Barton   48
   Iken    45
   Coddenham    41
   Coddenham Bed Burial    49
Coins:
   of East Anglia    30
   sceattas    38
Conferences see under Sutton Hoo Society
Courtauld Institute    51 (10)
Costume & Politics, 7th-9th centuries    36
Covehithe dugout    39, 45, 48
Cranbrook, Lord    60 (11)
Cranfield Mill, Ipswich    43
Creation of East Anglia (1998 conference)    28, 29, 30
Crossley-Holland, Kevin    7
Cuerdale Hoard    55 (11)

D

Dark Age Societies, Federation of    5
Data Protection (SHS)    27
Deben (River):
   intertidal survey 2003    38
   society excursion 2007    46
Deben Radio    49
De Cingulis (belts & buckles)    44
Detectorists, The (BBC4)    59 (12)
Diss lady    61 (3 – 4)
Dugout, Covehithe    39, 45, 48
Duke of Edinburgh visits Sutton Hoo, 1987    7

E

East Anglia:
   East Anglian or East Saxon king   17
   East Anglian identities    30
   Frankish East Anglia   34
   Middle Anglo-Saxon landscape    38
East Anglian Archaeology:
    Bloodmoor Hill (EAA 131)    49
East Anglian Daily Times:
    2.8.39 Redwald’s grave    7
    26.10.87 Kevin Crossley-Holland    7
Eastern Angles Theatre Company    27
Edda, The (Oseberg ship replica)    8
Evans, Angela C., honorary doctorate    43
Excavations see Burrow Hill, Ipswich, Eye, Hartismere School, Snape, Sutton Hoo

Excursions see under Sutton Hoo Society
Eye, Hartismere School longhouse    56 (1 – 3)

F

Fallow Deer Project    51 (5 – 7)
Frankish East Anglia    34
Feasting    49

G

Gatter, Larry (obit.)   18
Geake, Helen:
   team profile   15
   marries    33
Germanic hall, Rushenden, Isle of Sheppey   49
Gilbert, Jeremy (great nephew, C.W. Phillips)    34
Gippeswiche in 1539    46

H

Hadrian’s Wall walk, June 2004    41
Handford Road site, Ipswich    40
Harvey, Yvonne (obit.)    61 (11)
Heaney, Seamus, 2002 NT opening    37
‘Hoos, Haughs and Howes’    7
Haugh and Woodbridge    8
Hoppitt, Rosemary (interviewed)    3, 39
Horse and rider, Witnesham    44
Horse burials    55 (8 – 10), 60 (1), 60 (11)
Hudson, Chris (interviewed by Deben Radio)    49

I

Intertidal Survey 2003, River Deben    38
Ipswich:
   Albion Wharf    43
   Boss Hall excavation 1990    14, 29
   Buttermarket excavation 1987-8    29
   Cranfield Mill site    43
   Handford Road excavation 2003     40
   Museum, Rendlesham aquisitions    57 (1)
   Waterfront excavation sites    43
Isle of Sheppey Germanic hall    49

J

K

Kiln, Little Haugh   35

L

Lakenheath cemeteries    32
Lakenheath horse burial    55 (8), 60 (1)
Landscape:
   change    42
   continental & Scandinavian    42
   middle Anglo-Saxon East Anglia    38
   of Angles & Saxons    42
   of living & dead, 400-800    42
Lectures – see under Sutton Hoo Society
Lee, Lindsay – steps down as chairman    49
Little Haugh kiln    35
Lloyd, Mrs Elsie (interview)    47
Lock & Wagstaff, The Misses – photographs by    30
Lodge, Don, slide collection    42
Lyminge, Kent    53 (8 – 10), 56 (10), 59 (10), 60 (6 – 7), 61 (8)

M

Manuscripts, early illuminated   38
Mariner’s Mirror    25
Martlesham airbase bracteates    38
Meadhall, End of the    49
Medieval Seminar    50 (16), 51 (10 – 11 & 12), 52 (10, 12), 53 (12)
Miles, Liz    (photo) 5
Miles, Malcolm    (photo) 5
Million Pound Grave (BBC2)    3, 51 (9), 53 (11)
Mitchels, Mark    (photo) 5, 50 (3)
Moore, Pauline    (photo) 53 (11), 61 (12)
Mound 6 textile    13
Mound 17 pony bridle    17, 25
Music and Verse at the Feast    49

N

National Trust & Sutton Hoo:
   1996 plans   24
   1996 progress    25
   1997 Lottery grant    27
   1998 new owners    28
   2000 development    32
   2002 opening year    36 insert,
   2002 opening    37
   2008    48
   2020 plans    53 (1 – 3)
   Anglo-Saxon Festivals    41, 43, 45
New Light in Dark Places (Courtauld Conference)    51 (10)
Nighthawks at Rendlesham    49
North Sea shipping in 1st millennium    34
Nydam ship reconstruction    55 (5), 56 (7), 60 (8), 57 (11)

O

Obituaries:
   Aldridge, John    12
   Allen, Robert    57 (8)
   Ashbee, Dr Paul   50 (12)
   Atkinson, Martin    61 (11)
   Beardsley, Sqdn Ldr Bob    39
   Berry, Peter    51 (8)
   Bruce-Mitford, Dr Rupert    20,21
   Gatter, Larry    18
   Gifford, Edwin and Joyce   59 (5)
   Harvey, Yvonne    61 (11)
   Hiskett, Daphne    41
   Ogden, Dr Barbara    48
   Phillips, Charles    3
   Piper, John (Hampshire)    52 (10)
   Pretty, Robert    9
   Salmond, Stewart   43
   Terrell, Christopher    42
   Tranmer, Mrs Annie    21
   Weaver, Mike    54 (11)

P

Paganism & Christianity (2006 conference)    45, 46
People of Sutton Hoo (NT Exhibition)    53 (1 – 3)
Phillips, Charles – family visit to Sutton Hoo    (obit.) 3, 44
Phillips, Harold (brother) – 1939 film   34
Phillips, Penelope (daughter)    30
Photographs by Miss Lock & Miss Wagstaff    30
Plunkett, Tom (interviewed by Deben Radio)    49
Pony bridle, mound 17    25
Portmahomack (Martin Carver)    47
Pretty, Mrs, in ODNB    60 (10)
Pretty, Robert (rollerskates)    7 (obit.) 9 portrait by Cor Visser 50 (14)
Prittlewell burial   40, 43
Purse lid, mound 1    41

Q

R

Raedwald and the two altars    7, 38
Raedwald (King), Radio 3 lecture    56 (8 – 10), 57 (10)
RAF Lakenheath cemeteries    32
RAF Martlesham bracteates    38
Ransom    52 (11)
Regia Anglorum    51 (4)
Religious sites    38
Rendlesham survey    49, 50 (1 – 2), 59 (1 – 3)
Reynolds, Dr Andrew    50 (10)
Ritual Halls in Scandinavia (Neil Price)    49
Robbers & Romantics earlier diggers at Sutton Hoo (lecture by Martin Carver)    23
Romans & Saxons on the River Alde (lecture by Richard Newman)    49
Romans in East Anglia (John Fairclough)    51 (3)

S

Sae Wylfing, half-scale replica ship    19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 45, 23, 59 (5)
Sailing    21
Salmond, Stewart (obit.)    43
Saxon Shore forts    34
Scandinavian
   contacts    34
   ritual halls   49
Schleswig-Holstein   56 (6)
Sea Communities (2000 conference)    33, 34
Sea Stallion Viking boat    48
Seckford Foundation    6
Sherlock, Stephen    50 (15)
Street House, N. Yorkshire    50 (15), 57 (11)
Ships see Boats & Ships Simper, Robert (photo)     5
Sizewell boat timbers    48
Snape cemetery excavation, 1991    15
Street House, Teeside    50 (15)
Suffolk County Council Archaeology Service:
   2003 projects    41
   Rendlesham survey 2008    49
Suffolk History Festival, 2003    39
Suffolk in Anglo-Saxon Times (Tom Plunkett)    44
Sutton Hoo, a 7th century Princely Burial Ground (Martin Carver)    44
Sutton Hoo Through the Rear-View Mirror (Bob Markham)    37

Sutton Hoo excavations etc

   1860 Mound 2 excavation    23
   1939 inquest    30
   1939 home movie    34
   1939 photos    37
   1939-47    21
   1960s    16, 21, 52 (8 – 9), 53 (6 – 7)
   1960s/-70s excavators’ reunion     55 (6 – 7), 57 (6 – 8)
   1968 chianti bottle    59 (8 – 9)
   1983-92 site management    15
   1983 – 85 season    4
   1984 season    1,2
   1985 season    3 (twice), 4 (twice)
   1986 season    5
   1986-7 winter    6
   1992- site management     13
   1987 excavation report    7
   1988 season    9
   1989 campaign overview    11
   1990 season    13
   1990 storms    12
   1991 season     15, 16
   1994 photospread    21
   1995 topographical survey    23
   1997 survey work   27
   2000 north cemetery    52 (1 – 3)
   2002    37
   50 years of archaeological discovery    10
   Beaker settlement    8
   Bruce-Mitford, early thoughts on SH    10
   Hot air balloon    5
   Intertidal survey 2003    38
   Mound 1 barrow    50 (12)
   Mound 1 purse lid    41
   Mound 2 reconstruction    16
   Mound 2 1860 excavation    23
   Mound 6 textile   13
   Mound 17 indoors excavation    17
   Mound 17 pony bridle    25
   plaster cast    10
   prehistoric features    18
   publication    22
   retrospect 1991     14
   sand bodies    4

Sutton Hoo, general:

   1939-1989    11
   Anglo-Saxon Festivals (NT)   41, 43, 45
   British Museum gallery    58 (7)
   on celluloid    10
   CEGB site exhibition hut    35, 9
   coins    56 (11)
   Duke of Edinburgh’s visit, 1987    7
   guiding 1984-2002    4, 6, 19, 39
   king    17
   landscape, by Norman Scarfe    10
   memories    31
   of late 1960s    16
   of 1991    16
   from Helen Geake    15
   from Penelope Phillips    30
   from Pontefract excavators    57 (6 – 8)
   in schools    9
   Mrs Pretty’s Garden Party (75th anniversary)    60 (2 – 3)
   purse coins    55 (4)
   Research Plan (NT, 2014)    61 (1 – 2)
   role    12
   sea, relation to    20
   ship    19
   site management plan 1992    13, 17
   Sutton Hoo Ship Burial (BM handbook)    5
   television programmes    3, 6, 51 (9)
   visitors 1989    12
   volunteer labour   17
   wartime    30
   whetstone recreated    49
   winter 1945-6    30
Suttton Hoo Mob, The     19, 20, 25, 20 (review)

Sutton Hoo Society

   AGM 1985    4
   AGM 2011    52 (10)
   chairman    49
   emails    60 (10)
   formation    1
   guiding    56 (11), 57 (8), 57 (12)
   membership    59 (12), 61 (12)
   membership secretaries 2011    53 (11)
   newsletter, Saxon   50 (3)
   open day 1986    5
   role of    12
   subscriptions    55 (11), 57 (11)

SHS Conferences

   1998 Creation of East Anglia     28, 29, 30
   2000 Sea Communities      33, 34
   2002 Changing Beliefs    38
   2004 Anglo-Saxon Landscapes      42
   2006 Paganism & Christianity     45, 46
   2008 Arts & Crafts in the Meadhall      48, 49
   2011 Sutton Hoo: a Swedish perspective      52 (4), 53 (4 – 5), 54 (2 – 3)
   2014 Defining Kingdoms: 6th – 10th centuries     60 (4 – 5)

SHS Lectures [excluding conferences]

   1990, Keith Wade The Earliest Origins of Ipswich      12
   1991, Catherine Hills – Archaeology & Television    14
   Martin Carver Thoughts in Progress,    14
   1992, John Newman Early A-S Suffolk     16
   Martin Carver the final dig season    17
   1993, Jude Plouviez The Hoxne Hoard     18
   Martin Carver Kingdoms of Dark Age Europe    17
   1994, Martin Carver Sutton Hoo & the Sea    20
   Sam Newton Beowulf & Sutton Hoo     19
   1995, Martin Carver – Robbers & Romantics: earlier diggers at Sutton Hoo    23
   Tom Plunkett Pagans, Traders & Settlers of A-S Ipswich    22
   1996, Angela Evans Excavation & Recon-struction of the harness from Mound 17     24,25
   1997, Andrew Reynolds Sutton Hoo & the Archaeology of Execution     27
   1998, Chris Scull A-S Cemeteries at the Butter Market & Boss Hall, Ipswich   29
   1999, Bob Markham What Really Happened in 1939      30
   2000, Jo Caruth The A-S cemetery at Lakenheath    32
   Chris Topham-Smith The second Sutton Hoo Cemetery    33
   2001, Helen Geake Costume & Politics in 7th to early 8th centuries      36
   Leslie Webster The Rise, Fall & Resuscitation of the Taplow Burial      35 insert
   2002, Martin Carver Bowls, Horses & Ships: burial rites at Sutton Hoo and what they meant      35
   Angela Evans Life & Death at Sutton Hoo: Interpreting the 2000 Excavation       35
   2003, Kate Sussams Year One & Counting      37
   Anna Gannon The Anglo-Saxons: the not so dark ages     40
   2004, Noel Adams Reading the Sutton Hoo Purse Lid     41
   2005, Ian Blair The Prittlewell Prince: discovery of a rich A-S burial in Essex      43
   2006, Sonja Marzinzic De Cingulis      44
   2007, John Newman Gippeswiche,      46
   Robert Simper The River Deben as The Anglo-Saxons knew it       45
   2008, Edward Martin The Sutton Hoo Landscape in its East Anglian Context      46
   2009, Jude Plouviez Rendlesham Survey      49
   Richard Newman Romans & Saxons on the River Alde     49
   Dr Stanley West, My Life in Archaeology      50 (5)
   2010, Stephen Sherlock, Street House Link
   2011, Martin Carver, The Anglo-Saxon and their gods      53 (11)
   2012 Gareth Williams, Coins, Hoards and Precious Metals in the Age of Sutton Hoo     55 (4)
   2013 Leslie Webster, Tradition and Innovation in Anglo-Saxon Art      57 (10)
   2014 Angela Evans, Sutton Hoo 75 Years On      59 (6 – 7)
   2015 Gabor Thomas, New Archaeological Perspectives from Lyminge, Kent      61 (8)

SHS Outings and Long Trips

   1989, Snape excavations    11
   British Museum     11
   1990, Snape excavations     13
   West Stow      13
   1992, British Museum     16
   Snape excavations     16, 17
   Copford, Pleshey, Maldon, St Peter’s Chapel Bradwell     17
   1993, Burgh Castle, Fritton, Bungay Castle, South Elmham Minster      18, 19
   1994, Devil’s Dyke, Fleam Dyke, St Botolf, Hadstock     21
   1995, Caistor St Edmund, East Dereham, North Elmham     23
   1996, Ely, Thetford and Bury      25
   1997, Walton Castle & Mound 1       27
   Rendlesham, Eyke & Iken      27
   1999, Mersea Island, Northey Island (Maldon) St Peter’s Chapel Bradwell       31
   2001, Taplow, Berkshire      34
   2003, West Stow (guides)      39
   Flag Fen, Ely Cathedral      39
   2005, St Albans Cathedral, Greenstead Church, & Verulamium Museum     44
   2006, Rendlesham, Snape & Iken    45
   2007, Blythburgh, Staverton, Sutton Hoo      47
   On the River Deben     46
   2008, Brixworth, Earls Barton, Barnack      48
   2009, Maldon, St Peter’s Chapel, Bradwell, Great Warley, Greensted      50 (4)
   Roskilde & Uppsala      50 (8 – 10)
   2010, Wynchurst     51 (4)
   Northumberland      52 (5 – 7 & 11)
   Staffordshire hoard      50 (1 – 2), 51 (10)
   2011, Canterbury: St Martins, St Augustine’s Abbey, Cathedral      54 (4)
   Ireland: Newgrange to Glendalough       54 (9 – 10)
   2012, Cambridgeshire: Devil’s Dyke, Hadstock Church       55 (11), 56 (4 – 5)
   2013, Cambridge: Parker Library, ‘Arch and Anth’      57 (4)
   Colchester Castle      57 (5)
   Cambridge: Newnham, Corpus Christi, Wren Library,      58 (2-3)
   Fitzwilliam Museum 2015, Ashmoleum and West Stow      60 (1), 61 (9)

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Taplow, Berkshire    35
Terrell, Christopher (obit.)     42
Trading routes     34
Tranmer, Mrs Annie, (obit.)     21
Tranmer House open day 1998      29
Tribal Hideage, Beyond the (Leverhulme project)     49

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Vale of York hoard      50 (14)
Viking battle sites?      25
Viking boats, Sea Stallion      48

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Wagstaff & Lock, The Misses – photographs by      30
Wainwright, Angus – marries      33
Wallingford burh      50 (13)
Wasperton      50 (13)
Weaver, Mike (interviewed)      4
Weaver, Mike photo       5
Website (SHS)       28
Welcome to the Feast! (exhibition)       49
West, Dr Stanley       50 (5)
West Stow celebration stone       41
West Stow, EAA reports       57 (11)
Wet sieve      7
Whetstone, recreation by Brian Ansell       49
Witnesham horse and rider       44
Woodbridge bridge?       7, 8
Woodbridge Ferry,       1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
Wright, Jane (photo)       53 (10)
Wuffing Education       50 (16), 51 (12), 52 (12), 53 (12)
Wuffing genealogy       10
Wuffings, The (play)       25, 26, 27
Wulfheodenas (re-enactors)       57 (2 – 3)

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