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There are currently 27 references in this directory beginning with the letter W.
WALLEY, A. 2015.
Constructing the Dharma King: The Hōryūji Shaka Triad and the Birth of the Prince Shōtoku Cult, Brill.
WALLEY, A. 2016.
Instant Bliss: The Enactment of the Miraculous Appearance of Relics in the Hōryūji Nested Reliquary Set. Ars Orientalis, 46, 136-172.
WALLIS, R. J. 2020.
The ‘Northwest Essex Anglo-Saxon Ring’, Falconry and Pagan–Christian Discursive Space. Cambridge Archaeological Journal, 30, 413-432.
WANG, Z. 2005.
Ambassadors from the islands of the immortals: China-Japan relations in the Han-Tang period, Honolulu: Hawaii University Press.
WASHIZUKA, H. & GOEPPER, R. (eds.) 1997.
Enlightenment embodied: the art of the Japanese Buddhist sculptor (7th – 14th centuries), Tokyo and New York: Agency for Cultural Affairs and Japan Society.
WASHIZUKA, H., PARK, Y. & KANG, W. B. (eds.) 2003.
Transmitting the Forms of Divinity: Early Buddhist Art from Korea and Japan, New York: Japan Society and Harry N. Abrams Inc.
WAUGH, D. 2007.
Richtofen’s ‘Silk Road’: towards the archaeology of a concept. The Silk Road, 5, 1-10.
WEBB, D. 2001.
Pilgrims and Pilgrimage in the Medieval West : In the Medieval West, London, UNITED KINGDOM, I. B. Tauris & Company, Limited.
WEBSTER, L. & BACKHOUSE, J. 1991.
The making of England: Anglo-Saxon art and culture AD 600-900, London: British Museum Press.
WEBSTER, L. 1999.
Gold swivelling bezel from a Frankish seal-ring Treasure Annual Report. London: British Museum.
WEBSTER, L. 2000.
Carlton Colville, Suffolk: Anglo-Saxon part-gilded silver pendant figure (M&ME211). Treasure Annual Report 2000, 45-6.
WELCH, M. 2011.
The Mid Saxon 'Final Phase'. In: HINTON, D. A., CRAWFORD, S. & HAMEROW, H. (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Anglo-Saxon Archaeology. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
WHITFIELD, S. & SIMS-WILLIAMS, U. 2004.
The Silk Road: trade, travel, war and faith, Serindia Publications, Inc.
WHITFIELD, S. 2018.
Silk, Slaves and Stupas: Material Culture of the Silk Road, Oakland: University of California Press.
WICKLER, S. 2019.
Early Boats in Scandinavia: New Evidence from Early Iron Age Bog Finds in Arctic Norway. Journal of Maritime Archaeology, 14, 183-204.
WILLIAMS, G., PENTZ, P. & WEMHOFF, M. (eds.) 2014.
Vikings: life and legend, London: British Museum.
WILLIAMS, H. 2011.
Mortuary practices in early Anglo-Saxon England. In: HINTON, D. A., CRAWFORD, S. & HAMEROW, H. (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Anglo-Saxon Archaeology. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
WILLIAMS, T. 2016.
ICOMOS thematic study and the Eastern Silk Roads. In: ARAMPHONGPHAN, P. (ed.) The Eastern Silk Roads Story. Paris: UNESCO.
WILLIAMSON, T. 2013.
Environment, society and landscape in early medieval England: time and topography, Rochester, N.Y.: The Boydell Press.
WILLIAMSON, T. 2020.
Rendlesham in the Landscape [Online]. Available: https://heritage.suffolk.gov.uk/rendlesham-behind-the-scenes [Accessed 6 April 2022].
WILLMOTT, H. & WRIGHT, D. W. 2021.
RETHINKING EARLY MEDIEVAL ‘PRODUCTIVE SITES’: WEALTH, TRADE, AND TRADITION AT LITTLE CARLTON, EAST LINDSEY. The Antiquaries Journal, 101, 181-212.