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There are currently 33 references in this directory beginning with the letter H.
HABKIRK, S. & CHANG, H. 2017.
Scents, Community, and Incense in Traditional Chinese Religion. Material Religion, 13, 156-174.
HAMEROW, H. 2007.
Agrarian production and the emporia of mid Saxon England, ca. AD 650-850. In: HENNING, J. (ed.) The Heirs of the Roman West. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.
HAMEROW, H., BYARD, A., CAMERON, E., DÜRING, A., LEVICK, P., MARQUEZ-GRANT, N. & SHORTLAND, A. 2015.
A high-status seventh-century female burial from West Hanney, Oxfordshire. The Antiquaries Journal, 95, 91-118.
HAMEROW, H., SHORTLAND, A. & CAMERON, E. 2021.
Early medieval garnet-inlaid metalwork: a comparative analysis of disc brooches from early Wessex. The Antiquaries Journal, 101, 143-159.
HARRIS, A. 2003.
Byzantium, Britain and the West: the archaeology of cultural identity AD 400-650, Tempus Stroud.
HARVEY, S. A. 2006.
Scenting salvation: ancient Christianity and the olfactory imagination, Berkely: University of California Press.
HAWKES, S. & GROVE, L. 1963.
Finds from a seventh century Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Milton Regis. Archaeologia Cantiana, 78, 22-38.
HAWORTH, K. 2018.
A 7th-Century Necklace from Hardingstone, Northamptonshire, England. Medieval Archaeology, 62, 237-261.
HESLOP, T. A., MELLINGS, E. & THØFNER, M. (eds.) 2012.
Art, Faith and Place in East Anglia: From Prehistory to the Present, Woodbridge: The Boydell Press.
HIGHAM, N. J. 1997.
The Convert Kings; Power and Religious Affiliation in Early Anglo-Saxon England, Manchester: Manchester University Press.
HILLGARTH, J. N. (ed.) 1986.
Christianity and paganism, 350-750: the conversion of western Europe., Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.
HILLS, C. 2011.
Work boxes or reliquaries? Small copper-alloy containers in seventh century Anglo-Saxon graves. Studies in Early Anglo-Saxon Art and Archaeology: papers in honour of Martin G Welch, BAR Brit Ser, 527, 14-19.
HIRST, S. & SCULL, C. 2019.
The Anglo-Saxon princely burial at Prittlewell, Southend-on-Sea, London: MOLA.
HISTORISKA MUSEET. 2021.
Online audible guide to Old Norse Myths: https://webapp.onspotstory.com/1/2/1607/6230 [Accessed 16 March 2022].
HOOPER, S. 2014.
A cross-cultural theory of relics: on understanding religion, bodies, artefacts, images and art. World Art, 4, 175-207.
HOWARD-JOHNSTON, J. D. & HAYWARD, P. A. 2000.
The Cult of Saints in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages: Essays on the Contribution of Peter Brown. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
HU, J. 2017.
Global Medieval at the “end of the Silk Road” circa 756 CE the Shosoin collection of Japan. The Medieval Globe 3, 177-202.
HU, S., HU, Y., YANG, J., YANG, M., WEI, P., HOU, Y. & MARSHALL, F. B. 2020.
From pack animals to polo: donkeys from the ninth-century Tang tomb of an elite lady in Xi'an, China. Antiquity, 94, 455-472.
HUNTINGTON, S. L. & HUNTINGTON, J. C. 1984.
The art of ancient India: Buddhist, Hindu, Jain, Weatherhill.
HUNTINGTON, S. L. 2015.
Shifting the Paradigm: The Aniconic Theory and Its Terminology. South Asian Studies, 31, 163-186.
HUNTLEY GRAYSON, J. 1996.
Female Mountain Spirits in Korea: A Neglected Tradition. Asian Folklore Studies, 55, 119-134.
HUTCHESON, A. R. J. 2010.
The Origins of East Anglian Towns: Coin Loss in the Landscape, AD 470-930. PhD., University of East Anglia.