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There are currently 20 references in this directory beginning with the letter R.
RAINE, J. 1827.
Saint Cuthbert: with an account of the state in which his remains were found, Durham.
RATKE, S. 2009-2010.
Guldgubber, a glimpse into the Vendel Period. Lund Archaeological Review, 15-16, 129-160.
RATKE, S. 2010.
Guldgubber [Online]. Available: http://guldgubber.de/guldgubber/ [Accessed April 2022].
REYNOLDS, A. & LANGLANDS, A. 2011.
Travel as communication: a consideration of overland journeys in Anglo-Saxon England. World Archaeology, 43, 410-427.
REYNOLDS, A. 2011.
The archaeology of travel and communication: introduction. World Archaeology, 43, 343-344.
REZAKHANI, K. 2010.
The road that never was: the Silk Road and trans-Eurasian exchanges. Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East, 30, 420-434.
RHI, J. 2018.
Looking for Mahāyāna Bodhisattvas: A reflection on visual evidence in Early Indian Buddhism. In: HARRISON, P. (ed.) Setting Out on the Great Way: Essays on Early Mahāyāna Buddhism. Sheffield and Bristol: Equinox.
RIPPON, S. & OXFORD UNIVERSITY, P. 2008.
Beyond the medieval village: the diversification of landscape character in southern Britain. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
ROBERTS, B. K., WRATHMELL, S. & ENGLISH, H. 2002.
Region and place: a study of English rural settlement, London: English Heritage.
ROBINSON, J., DE BEER, L. & HARNDEN, A. 2014.
Matter of faith: an interdisciplinary study of relics and relic veneration in the medieval period, London: The British Museum.
ROGERSON, A. & ASHELY, S. 2018.
A selection of finds from Norfolk recorded in 2018 and earlier. Norfolk Archaeology, 47, 112-123.
ROSENFIELD, J. M. 1966.
Studies in Japanese Portraiture: The Statue of Vimalakīrti at Hokke-ji. Ars Orientalis, 6, 213-222.
RUCH, B. (ed.) 2002.
Engendering Faith: Women and Buddhism in Premodern Japan: Ann Arbour: Center for Japanese Studies, University of Michigan.