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There are currently 34 references in this directory beginning with the letter M.
MACGREGOR, A. 2000.
A Seventh-century Pectoral Cross from Holderness, East Yorkshire. Medieval Archaeology, 44, 217-22.
MARZINZIK, S. 2013.
Masterpieces of: Late Roman, Byzantine and Early Medieval Art, British Museum Press.
MCCALLUM, D. F. 2009.
The four great temples: Buddhism, archaeology, architecture and icons of seventh-century Japan, Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.
MCCALLUM, D. F. 2012.
Hakuho sculpture., Seattle and London: Lawrence, Spencer Museum of Art, University of Kansas and University of Washington Press.
MCCORMICK, M. 2001.
Origins of the European economy: communications and commerce, A.D. 300-900, Cambridge University Press.
MCDERMOTT, H. T. 2006.
The Horyuji treasures and early Meiji cultural policy. Monumenta Nipponica 61, 339-374.
MCGOWAN, F. H. 2013.
The Maskell Passion Ivories and Greco-Roman Art. In: MULLINS, J., NÍ GHRÁDAIGH, J. & HAWTREE, R. (eds.) Envisioning Christ on the Cross: Ireland and the Early Medieval West. Dublin: Irish Historical Studies, 39(153).
MCGUCKEN, S. 2014.
The Iconography of Queenly Identity: The Balthilde Ring Bezel and the Depiction of Coitus [Online]. The Late Antique and Medieval Postgraduate Society Blog. Available: https://lampsedinburgh.blogspot.com/2014/11/the-iconography-of-queenly-identity.html [Accessed 11 March 2022].
MEDIEVAL HISTORIES, 2016.
Christ from Aunslev – Denmark’s Oldest Crucifix [Online]. Available: https://www.medieval.eu/christ-from-aunslev-denmarks-oldest-crucifix/ [Accessed 5 April 2022].
MEEKS, L. R. 2007.
In Her Likeness: Female Divinity and Leadership at Medieval Chūgūji. Japanese Journal of Religious Studies, 34, 351-392.
MEEKS, L. R. 2010.
Hokkeji and the reemergence of female monastic orders in premodern Japan, University of Hawaii Press.
MEENS, R. 1994.
A background to Augustine's mission to Anglo-Saxon England. Anglo-Saxon England, 23, 5-17.
MENDIETA, E. 2018.
The Axial Age, social evolution, and postsecular consciousness. Critical Research on Religion, 6, 289-308.
MESKELL, L. 2018.
A future in ruins: UNESCO, world heritage, and the dream of peace, Oxford, Oxford University Press.
MITCHELL, S., PRICE, N., HUTTON, R., PURKISS, D., PATTON, K., RAUDVERE, C., SEVERI, C., ALDHOUSE-GREEN, M., SEMPLE, S., PLUSKOWSKI, A., CARVER, M. & GINZBURG, C. 2010.
Witchcraft and Deep Time–a debate at Harvard. Antiquity, 84, 864-879.
MIZOGUCHI, K. 2013.
The Archaeology of Japan: From the Earliest Rice Farming Villages to the Rise of the State, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
MIZOGUCHI, K. 2021.
Making Sense of the Transformation of Religious Practices: A Critical Long-term Perspective from Pre- and Proto-historic Japan. Cambridge Archaeological Journal, 1-20.
MOHAN, U. & WARNIER, J.-P. 2017.
Marching the devotional subject: The bodily-and-material cultures of religion. Journal of Material Culture, 22, 369-384.
MOLYNEAUX, G. 2015.
The Formation of the English Kingdom in the Tenth Century, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
MORGAN, D. 2020. Review: Roberta Gilchrist. 2020.
Sacred heritage: monastic archaeology, identities, beliefs. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; 978-1-108-49654-7 hardback £75. Antiquity, 94, 814-816.
MUKAI, M. 2016.
New Approaches to Pre-Modern Maritime Networks Asian Review of World Histories, 4, 179.