C & N Hollinrake



1986  Dolebury Hillfort and Dolebury Warren. Bristol and Avon Archaeology vol 5.

1991 A Late-Saxon Monastic Enclosure Ditch and Canal, Glastonbury, Somerset. ‘Antiquity 65.

1993 Excavations in Glastonbury1985-87, Proceedings of the Somerset Archaeology and Natural History Society 136. (Saxon canal publication)

1995 Archaeological Excavations on the line of the Wessex Water pipeline inShapwickPark, 1994 in

Aston, M.A. and Gerrard, C.M. The Shapwick Project, The Sixth Report,University ofBristol.

2000 Excavations at the West Front of Wells Cathedral, Prodeedings of the Somerset Natural History and Archaeology Society, vol. 143p155-7.

2001 A Saxon Bone Comb Handle from Bawdrip, PSANHS

        –  “Glastonbury” in Crabtree, Pam J., Medieval Archaeology, An Encyclopedia,New York University

2002 Walpole landfill site, Somerset, with a contribution by J. Jones,  Archaeology in the Severn Estuary 2001, Annual Report of the Severn Estuary Levels Research Committee, Vol. 12, 119-125.

2006 Marshall’s Bank, Clevedon Pill, Somerset, Archaeology in the Severn Estuary, 2005, Vol 16, 121-35.

2006 Neolithic structures and aurochs bones at Walpolelandfill site, Somerset: archaeological works in 2005-6, Annual Report of SELRC  vol. 17, 143-159.

2007 Glastonbury’s Anglo-Saxon Canal and Dunstan’s Dyke in Blair, ed., 235-43.

2007 The Water Roads of Somerset in Blair, ed. 228-34, Blair, John, ed. Waterways and Canal Building in Medieval England, OUP.

2007 Dark Age Traffic on the Bristol Channel, UK: A Hypothesis, International Journal of Nautical Archaeology vol. 36, no. 2 (Sept.) 336-343.

2010 An Archaeological Investigation adjacent to the Refectory Undercroft, Glastonbury Abbey. Phase I and Phase II (GA07B), Archaeology of Glastonbury Abbey online, ADS