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Claydon, T. (2012) The Church of England and the churches of Europe. In: The Later Stuart Church. 1660-1714 . Manchester University Press. ISBN 978-0719081606

Claydon, T. (2012) A European general in the English press: the print image of the duke of Marlborough in the Stuart realms. In: Marlborough: soldier and diplomat. Karwansaray. ISBN 9789490258047


Dane, Caryl (2012) Enamelwork from early Anglo-Saxon contexts. PhD thesis, Prifysgol Bangor University.


Edwards, A. and Wiliam, M.E. (2012) The 'Red Dragon/Red Flag' Debate Revisited: the Labour Party, Culture and Language in Wales, 1945-c. 1970. The Welsh History Review, 26 (1). pp. 105-127.


Hagger, M. (2012) How the west was won: the Norman dukes and the Cotentin, c.987–1087. Journal of Medieval History, 38 ((1)). pp. 20-55. DOI: 10.1080/13044184.2011.643594

Hagger, M. (2012) Lordship and lunching: interpretations of eating and food in the Anglo-Norman world, 1050–1200, with reference to the Bayeux Tapestry. In: The English and their Legacy. 900-1200: Essays in Honour of Ann Williams . Unknown, pp. 229-244. ISBN 978-1843837947

Hagger, M. (2012) William: King and Conqueror. I.B.Taurus, p. 256. ISBN 9781780763545


Johns, S.M. (2012) Nest of Deheubarth: reading female power in the historiography of Wales. In: Gender and historiography: Studies in the history of the earlier middle ages in honour of Pauline Stafford. Institute of Latin American Studies, pp. 91-100. ISBN 9781905165797

Johns, S.M. (2012) Women and Gender. In: Seals in Context: Medieval Wales and the Welsh Marches. UNSPECIFIED. ISBN 9781845214869


Karl, R. (2012) Achtung Gegenverkehr! Zum Strassenverkehr auf den eisenzeitlichen und frühmittelalterlichen britischen Inseln. In: "Bewegung - Fortbewegung": Band 142 der Mitteilungen der Anthropologischen Gesellschaft in Wien (MAGW. Band CXLII) . Anthropologischen Gesellschaft in Wien, pp. 101-109.

Karl, R. (2012) Becoming Welsh – Modelling First Millennium BC Societies in Wales and the Celtic context. In: Atlantic Europe in the First Millennium BC: Crossing the Divide. Oxford University Press, pp. 336-357.

Karl, R. (2012) Essentiell „keltisch“? Zum Sinn der Fragen was „die Kelten“ kennzeichnet und woher sie kommen. In: Interpretierte Eisenzeiten. Die erfundenen Kelten - Mythologie eines Begriffes und seine Verwendung in Archäologie, Tourismus und Esoterik. Tagungsbeiträge der 4. Linzer Gespräche zur interpretativen Eisenzeitarchäologie, Studien zur Kulturgeschichte von. Oberösterreichisches Landesmuseum, pp. 95-122.

Karl, R. (2012) The public? Which public? In: Integrating archaeology : science - wish - reality ; International Conference on the Social Role. Possibilities and Perspectives of Classical Studies; papers held in Frankfurt a. M. on 12 - 14 June 2012 . UNSPECIFIED, pp. 23-27. ISBN 9783000396618

Karl, R. (2012) Roseldorf an der Schmida – Zerstörung, Rettung und Erhaltung archäologischer Kulturgüter. In: Netzwerk Geschichte Österreich - Jahresschrift 2012. Netzwerk Geschichte Österreich, pp. 16-23.

Karl, R. (2012) Der Weg zur Hölle ist mit guten Vorsätzen gepflastert. Archäologische Denkmalpflege und die ungeliebte Öffentlichkeit in Österreich. Archäologische Informationen, 35. pp. 99-111. DOI: doi:10.11588/ai.2012.0.10037

Karl, R. and Möller, K. and Krierer, K.R. (2012) Ain’t got no job… The archaeology labour market in Austria, Germany and the UK, 2007-2012. UNSPECIFIED.


Morton Williams, S. and Moeller, K. and Brown, I. and Karl, R. (2012) Hillforts of North Wales: Moel Fodig Excavations 2011-2012. Bangor University.

Muller, Holger (2012) Herrschaft in Gallien: Studien zur Entwicklung der Keltischen Herrschaftsfroment im Vorromischen Gallien. PhD thesis, Prifysgol Bangor University.


Olson, K.K. (2012) 'Y Ganrif Fawr?’: Lay Piety, Literature, and Patronage in Fifteenth- and Sixteenth-Century Wales. In: The Church and Literature. Volume 48 . Boydell & Brewer, pp. 107-123. ISBN 978-0-95468-099-2


Powell, N. (2012) The Welsh context of Robert Recorde. In: Robert Recorde - The Life and Times of a Tudor Mathematician. University of Wales Press, Cardiff. ISBN 9780708325261

Pryce, H. (2012) Culture, Identity, and the Medieval Revival in Victorian Wales. Proceedings of the Harvard Celtic Colloquium, 31, 31. pp. 1-40. DOI: doi:


Roberts, E.R. (2012) Mental Geographies and Literary Convention: The Poets of the Welsh Princes and the Polities and Provincesof Medieval Wales. Studia Celtica, (46) ((1)). pp. 85-110.


Shapely, P. (2012) Civic pride and redevelopment in the post-war British city. Urban History, 39 ((2)). pp. 310-328. DOI: 10.1017/S0963926812000077

Shapely, P. (2012) Governance in the Post-War City: Historical Reflections on Public–Private Partnerships in the UK. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research. DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-2427.2012.01113.x


Waddington, K. (2012) (Re)cycles of life in Late Bronze age southern Britain. In: Manure Matters: Historical. Archaeological and Ethnographic Perspectives . Ashgate, pp. 41-59. ISBN 978-0754669883

Waddington, K. and Karl, R. (2012) Ausgrabungen in der doppelten Ringwallanlage von Meillionydd bei Rhiw auf der Llŷn-Halbinsel, Nordwest-Wales. In: Archaeological, Cultural and Linguistic Heritage: Festschrift Fur Elisabeth Jerem in Honour of Her 70th Birthday, Archaeolinga Band 25. Archaeolingua, pp. 289-302. ISBN 978-963-9911-28-4

Waddington, K. and Karl, R. (2012) A First Millennium BC Double-Ringwork Enclosure at Meillionydd. PAST, 71. pp. 11-13.

Walker, Michelle (2012) The English in north-west Wales migration, identity and belonging 1970-2010 : an oral history. PhD thesis, Prifysgol Bangor University.

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