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There are currently 30 references in this directory beginning with the letter C.
CALI, J. & DOUGILL, J. 2013.
Shinto shrines: a guide to the sacred sites of Japan’s ancient religion, Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.
CAMBRIDGE, U. O. 2012.
Mystery of Anglo-Saxon teen buried in bed with gold cross: extraordinary 7th century discovery on outskirts of Cambridge offers unique insights into the origins of English Christianity [Online]. Cambridge: Cambridge University. Available: https://www.cam.ac.uk/research/news/mystery-of-anglo-saxon-teen-buried-in-bed-with-gold-cross [Accessed 11 March 2022].
CAMBRIDGE, U. O. 2018.
Trumpington Cross goes on display for the first time: Extremely rare, early Christian gold cross, gifted to Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology [Online]. Cambridge: Cambridge University. Available: https://www.cam.ac.uk/trumpingtoncross [Accessed11 March 2022].
CAMPBELL, E., BATEY, C., MURRAY, G. & THICKPENNY, C. 2019.
Furnishing an Early Medieval Monastery: New Evidence from Iona. Medieval Archaeology, 63, 298-337.
CANER, D. 2002.
Wandering, begging monks : spiritual authority and the promotion of monasticism in late antiquity, University of California Press.
CANER, D. 2009.
Not of this world”: the invention of monasticism. In: ROUSSEAU, P. (ed.) A companion to Late Antiquity. Chichester: John Willey and Sons.
CARVER, M. (ed.) 2005.
The cross goes north: processes of conversion in northern Europe, AD 300-1300, Woodbridge, Boydell Press.
CARVER, M. 2017.
The Sutton Hoo Story: Encounters with Early England, Woodbridge: The Boydell Press.
CARVER, M. 2019.
Formative Britain: An Archaeology of Britain, Fifth to Eleventh Century AD, Florence, Taylor & Francis.
CARVER, M., SANMARK, A. & SEMPLE, S. (eds.) 2010.
Signals of Belief in Early England: Anglo-Saxon Paganism Revisited: Oxbow Books.
CHAMBERLAIN, B. H. 1882.
Kojiki. Records of Ancient Matters, Transactions of the Asiatic Society of Japan. Supplement X.
CHANG, C. 2017.
Rethinking Prehistoric Central Asia: Shepherds, Farmers, and Nomads, London: Routledge.
CHINA NATIONAL SILK MUSEUM. 20XX.
A world of looms: weaving technology and textile arts in China and beyond.
COMO, M. 2009.
Weaving and binding. Immigrant gods and female immortals in ancient Japan, Honolulu: Hawaii University Press.
COMO, M. I., GARGIULLO, M. & MAGNUSON, B. 2008.
Shotoku: Ethnicity, Ritual, and Violence in the Japanese Buddhist Tradition, New York: Oxford University Press.
CONINGHAM, R. & YOUNG, R. 2015.
The Archaeology of South Asia: From the Indus to Asoka, c.6500 BCE–200 CE, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Cornwall Archaeological Unit. 2016.
Tintagel Castle, Cornwall TCARP16. Archive and assessment report – excavations 2016, Truro: Cornwall Archaeological Unit.
CRABTREE, P. J. 2018.
Early Medieval Britain: the rebirth of towns in the Post-Roman west, Cambridge University Press.
CREWE, J. 1996.
Sources of Korean Tradition: From the Sixteenth to the Twentieth Centuries, Columbia University Press.
CUBITT, C. 2017.
On Living in the Time of Tribulation:: Archbishop Wulfstan’s Sermo Lupi ad Anglos and Its Eschatological Context. In: WOODMAN, D. A. & NAISMITH, R. (eds.) Writing, Kingship and Power in Anglo-Saxon England. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
CULTURE, N. M. O. W. 2016.
The Silk Road: from Birka to Luoyang, China, Stockholm, National Museums of World Culture.
CUNLIFFE, B. 2015.
By Steppe, Desert and Ocean: the Birth of Eurasia, Oxford: Oxford University Press.