Dr David Petts - all publications
- Petts, David (2011). Pagan and Christian. Bloomsbury Academic.
- Petts, D. (2009). The Early Medieval Church in Wales. Stroud: The History Press.
- Petts, D. & Gerrard, C.M. (2006). Shared Visions: The North-East Regional Research Framework for the Historic Environment. Durham: Durham County Council.
- Petts, D. (2003). Christianity in Roman Britain. Stroud: Tempus.
- Foreman, S., Hiller, J. & Petts, D. (2002). The Archaeology of a Middle Thames Landscape. Volume 3: Anglo-Saxon to post-medieval. Oxford: Oxford Archaeology.
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- Petts, D. (2017). Places and spaces: some reflections on reconstructing the spatial organisation of Northumbrian monasteries. In Early medieval monasticism in the North Sea Zone: proceedings of a conference held to celebrate the conclusion of the Lyminge excavations 2008-15. Thomas, Gabor & Knox, Alexandra Oxford University School of Archaeology. 20: 43-54.
- Petts, D. (2015). Churches and Lordship in Western Normandy, AD 800-1200. In Churches and Social Power in Early Medieval Europe: Integrating Archaeological and Historical Approaches. Sánchez-Pardo, José C. & Shapland, Michael G. Turnhout: Brepols. 297-328.
- Petts, D (2015). Late Roman military buildings at Binchester (Co. Durham). In Roman military architecture on the fronties: Armies and their architecture in Late Antiquity. Collins, R & Weber, M Oxbow. 32-45.
- Petts, D. (2014). Christianity and cross-channel connectivity in late and sub-Roman Britain. In AD410: The History and Archaeology of Late and Post-Roman Britain. Haarer, F., Collins, R., Fitzpatrick-Matthews, K., Moorhead, S., Petts, D. & Walton, P. Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies. 73-88.
- Petts, D. (2013). Late Roman to early medieval settlement at Ingleby Barwick: discussion. In A Roman Villa at the Edge of Empire: Excavations at Ingleb Barwick, Stockton-on-Tees, 2003-04. Council for British Archaeology. 195-200.
- Petts, D & Turner, S (2012). Introduction: Northumbrian Communities. In Early medieval Northumbria: Kingdoms and Communities AD450-1100. Petts, D & Turner, S Brepols. 1-14.
- Petts, D. (2012). Place-names and archaeology on a border: churches in Ergyng. In Sense of Place in Anglo-Saxon England. Jones, R. & Semple, S. Shaun Tyas. 130-146.
- Hewitt, Richard, Brightman, James, Mason, David, Petts, David, Radford, Sally, Vyner, Blaise & Waddington, Clive (2011). . In An Archaeological Assessment of County Durham: The Aggregate Producing Areas. Durham County Council; Archaeological Research Services.
- Petts, D. & Turner, S. (2009). Multiple church complexes on early medieval ecclesiastical sites in Western Britain. In The Archaeology of the Early Medieval Celtic Churches. Edwards, N. Leeds: Maney.
- Petts, D. (2009). Variation in the British burial rite: AD400-700. In Mortuary Practices and social identities in the Middle Ages. Sayer, Duncan & Williams, Howard Exeter: University of Exeter Press. 207-221.
- McOmish, J.M. & Petts, D. (2008). Fey Field, Whithorn: Excavations by David Pollock and Amanda Clarke. In The Archaeology of York Web Series. York: York Archaeological Trust.
- Petts, D. (2006). Landscapes of Memory in the Colonial City: Building History in Imperial India. In Cities in the World: 1500–2000. Green, A. & Leech, R. Leeds: Maney. 195-212.
- Petts, D. (2006). The Roman lead tank from Perry Oaks. In Landscape Evolution in the Middle Thames Valley: Heathrow Terminal 5 Excavations Volume 1, Perry Oaks. Framework Archaeology Oxford: Framework Archaeology. 227-230.
- Petts,D. (2004). Early Medieval or Late Antique?: Burial in Western Britain AD410 to 600. In Debating Late Antiquity AD300–700: Proceedings of the York Conference. Collins, R. & Gerrard, J. Oxford: Archaeopress. 77-87.
- Petts, D. (2003). Memories in stone: changing strategies and contexts of remembrance in early medieval Wales. In Archaeologies of Remembrance: death and memory in past societies. Williams, H. New York: Kluwer Academic/Plenum. 193-214.
- Petts, D. (2002). Cemeteries and boundaries in western Britain. In Burial in early medieval England and Wales. Lucy, S. & Reynolds, A. Leeds: Society for Medieval Archaeology. Society for Medieval Archaeology Monograph Series 17: 24-46.
- Petts, D. (2002). Votive Hoards in Late Roman Britain: Pagan or Christian? In The Cross Goes North: Processes of Conversion in Northern Europe, AD 300–1300. Carver, M. Woodbridge: Boydell and Brewer. 109-118.
- Petts, D. (1999). Christianity and the End of Roman Britain. In TRAC 98: Proceedings of the Eighth Annual Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference, University of Leicester, April 1998. Baker, P., Forcey, C., Jundi, S. & Witcher, R. Oxford: Oxbow Books. 86-95.
- Petts, D. (1998). Burial and gender in late and sub-Roman Britain. In TRAC 97: Proceedings of the Seventh Annual Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference, University of Nottingham, April 1997. Forcey, C., Hawthorne, J. & Witcher, R. Oxford: Oxbow Books. 112-124.
- Petts, D. (1998). Landscape and cultural identity in Roman Britain. In Cultural Identity in the Roman Empire. Berry, J. & Laurence, R. London: Routledge. 79-94.
- Petts, D. (1997). Elite settlement in late Roman and sub-Roman Britain. In TRAC 96: Proceedings of the sixth annual Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference, Sheffield 1996. Meadows, K., Lemke, C. & Heron, J. Oxford: Oxbow Books. 101-112.
- Petts, D & Turner, S (2012). Early Medieval Northumbria: Kingdoms and Communities AD450-1100. Brepols.
- Petts, D. (2013). Expanding the archaeology of Holy Island (Lindisfarne). Medieval Archaeology 57: 302-307.
- Petts, David (2013). Military and Civilian: Reconfiguring the end of Roman Britain in the North. European Journal of Archaeology 16(2): 314-335.
- Petts, DA (2011). Landscapes of Belief: Non-conformist mission in the North Pennines. International Journal of Historical Archaeology 15(3): 461-480.
- Petts, D (2009). Coastal landscapes and early Christianity in Anglo-Saxon Northumbria. Estonian Journal of Archaeology 13(2): 79-95.
- Petts, David (2007). De Situ Brecheniauc and Englynion y Beddau: Writing about burial in early medieval Wales. Anglo-Saxon Studies in Archaeology & History 14: 163-172.
- Challinor, D., Petts, D., Poore, D. & Score, D. (2003). Excavations at Manor Farm, Drayton, Oxfordshire. Oxoniensia 68: 279-311.
- Petts, D. (2002). Beacon Hill, Aspatria an early Christian carved stone rehabilitated. Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmoreland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society 2: 103-109.
- Petts, D. (2002). The Reuse of Prehistoric Standing Stones in Western Britain? A Critical Consideration of an Aspect of Early Medieval Monument Reuse. Oxford Journal of Archaeology 21(2): 195-209.