Outputs

Edwards, N 2008, ‘The Pillar of Eliseg’, in D H Evans, Valle Crucis Abbey, Revised Edition, Cadw: Welsh Assembly Government, 53–56.

 

Edwards, N 2009, ‘Rethinking the Pillar of Eliseg’, Antiq J 89, 143–77.

 

Edwards, N 2013a, Corpus of Early Medieval Inscribed Stones and Stone Sculpture in Wales, Volume III, North Wales, Cardiff: University of Wales Press.

 

Edwards, N. 2013b, The early medieval sculpture of North Wales: context, wealth and patronage, in J Hawkes (ed.) Making Histories. Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Insular Art, York 2011, Donington: Shaun Tyas, 50–64.

 

Edwards, N, Robinson, G, Williams, H and Evans, D M 2011, ‘The Pillar of Eliseg, Llantysilio, incomplete inscribed cross and cairn, SJ 2027 4452. NPRN 101160; 101161’, Archaeology in Wales 50, 57–59.

 

Edwards, N, Robinson, G and Williams, H 2013, ‘Llantysilio, The Pillar of Eliseg’, Archaeology in Wales 52, 199–201.

 

Edwards, N, Robinson, G and Williams, H 2014, ‘Llantysilio, The Pillar of Eliseg’, Archaeology in Wales 53, 186–89.

 

Edwards, N, Robinson, G and Williams, H forthcoming, The Pillar of Eliseg – A Monument Biography from Prehistory to the Present. Cardiff: University of Wales Press.

 

Murrieta-Flores, P. and Williams, H. forthcoming. Placing the Pillar of Eliseg: movement, visibility and memory in the early medieval landscape, Medieval Archaeology. 

 

Tong, J, Evans, S, Williams, H, Edwards, N and Robinson, G 2015, Vlog to death: Project Eliseg’s video-blogging, Internet Archaeology 39. http://hdl.handle.net/10034/554088; http://intarch.ac.uk/journal/issue39/3/toc.html

 

Williams, H 2011, ‘Remembering elites: early medieval stone crosses as commemorative technologies’, in L Boye, P Ethelberg, L Heidemann Lutz, S Kleingärtner, P Kruse, L Matthes and A B Sørensen (eds), Arkæologi i Slesvig/Archäologie in Schleswig. Sonderband “Det 61. Internationale Sachsensymposion 2010” Haderslev, Denmark, Neumünster: Wachholtz, 13–32.

 

Williams, H, Kirton, J and Gondek, M 2015, ‘Introduction: stones in substance, space and time’, in H. Williams, J. Kirton and M. Gondek (eds) 2015, Early Medieval Stone Monuments: Materiality, Biography, Landscape, Woodbridge: Boydell and Brewer, pp. 1–34.

 

Williams, H and Murrieta-Flores, P forthcoming, Dykes beyond defence: seeing and shaping the landscape of the Mercian frontier.