PUBLICATIONS

Allan, A, Chapman, A, Boyle, A, Healy, F, Humble, J, Rault, S, Windell, D and Woodiwiss, J, 2011 Minor and non-structural prehistoric features, in The Raunds Area Project. A Neolithic and Bronze Age landscape in Northamptonshire. Volume 2 Supplementary Studies (J Harding and F Healy), English Heritage, 289-298 https://doi.org/10.5284/1028203

 

Allan, A, Boyle, A, Crosby, V, Healy, F, Humble, J, Muldowney, L and Rault, S, 2011 Field systems and related structures, in The Raunds Area Project. A Neolithic and Bronze Age landscape in Northamptonshire. Volume 2 Supplementary Studies (J Harding and F Healy), English Heritage, 299-329 https://doi.org/10.5284/1028203

 

Allen, L and Dodd, A with Boyle, A, Cropper, C, Gilmour, B, Thomas, G and Youngs, S, 2004 Objects of copper alloy, iron, bone and glass, in Yarnton Saxon and Medieval settlement and landscape, (G Hey), Oxford Archaeology Thames Valley Landscapes Monograph No 20, 277-305

 

Allen, T with Hacking, P and Boyle, A, 2000 Eton Rowing Course at Dorney Lake. The burial traditions, Tarmac Papers 2000, 65-106

 

Barclay, A Boyle, A, Bradley, P and Roberts, M, 1996 Excavations at the former Jewsons Yard, Harefield Road, Uxbridge, Transacs London and Middlesex Arch Soc 95, 1-25

Barclay, A, Boyle, A and Keevill, G D, 2001 A prehistoric enclosure at Eynsham Abbey, Oxfordshire, Oxoniensia LXVI, 105-162 http://oxoniensia.org/oxo_volume.php?vol=66

 

Booth, P and Boyle, A, 2008 The archaeology of Roman burials in England. Framework and methodology. A perspective from Oxford Archaeology, in Pour une archaéologie du rite. Nouvelles perspectives de l’archaéologie funéraire. Études réunies par John Scheid, Collection De L’école Française de Rome 407, 127-136

 

Booth, P, Boyle, A and Keevill, G, 1993 A Romano-British kiln site at Lower Farm, Nuneham Courtenay, and other sites on the Didcot to Oxford and Wootton to Abingdon water mains, Oxfordshire, Oxoniensia 58, 87-217 http://oxoniensia.org/oxo_volume.php?vol=58

 

Booth, P, Simmonds, A, Boyle, A, Clough, S, Cool, H E M and Poore, D, 2010 The late Roman cemetery at Lankhills, Winchester. Excavations 2000-2005, Oxford Archaeology Monograph No. 10, Oxford Archaeology, Oxford

 

Boston, C, Bowater, C, Boyle, A and Holmes, A, 2003 Excavation of a Bronze Age Barrow at the proposed Centre for Gene Function, South Parks Road, Oxford, 2002, Oxoniensia 68, 179-200 http://oxoniensia.org/oxo_volume.php?vol=68

 

Boston, C, Boyle, A and Witkin, A, 2009 In the vaults beneath – Archaeological recording at St George’s Church, Bloomsbury,

Oxford Archaeology Monograph No. 8, Oxford Archaeology, Oxford

https://www.academia.edu/2549870/In_the_vaults_beneath._Archaeological_recording_at_St_Georges_Church_Bloomsbury

 

Boston C, Witkin A, Boyle, A and Wilkinson, D R P, 2008 Safe Moor'd in Greenwich Tier. A study of the skeletons of Royal Navy sailors and marines excavated at the Royal Naval Hospital Greenwich, Oxford Archaeology Monograph No. 5, Oxford Archaeology, Oxford

 

Boyle, A, 1992 The human remains, in Reading Business Park: a Bronze Age landscape (J Moore and D Jennings) Thames Valley Landscapes: the Kennet Valley, Volume 1, Oxford Archaeological Unit, Oxford, 98

 

Boyle, A, 1995a The human bone, in Excavations at the Devil's Quoits, Stanton Harcourt, Oxfordshire, 1972-3 and 1988 (A Barclay, M Gray and G Lambrick) Thames Valley Landscapes: The Windrush Valley Volume 3, Oxford Archaeological Unit, Oxford, 55

 

Boyle, A, 1995b The human bone, in Evaluation at St Peter's Church, Brackley, Northamptonshire Archaeology 25, (G Keevill, A Hardy, C Underwood-Keevill and A Boyle) 180-181

 

Boyle, A, 1995c The human bone, in Excavations of Neolithic and Bronze Age ring-ditches, Shorncote Quarry, Somerford Keynes, Gloucestershire, Trans Bristol and Gloucestershire Arch Soc 113, (A Barclay and H Glass, with C Parry), 21-60

 

Boyle, A, 1995d The human bone, in Excavations at King's Meadow near Cirencester, Trans Bristol and Gloucestershire Arch Soc 113, (M, Roberts)

 

Boyle, A, 1995e Glass bead, in Excavations at the Peel Arms Site, Tamworth, Staffordshire, Trans South Staffs Arch and Hist Soc 17, (C Maloney)

 

Boyle, A, 1996a Report on the bones kept in St Chad's Cathedral, Birmingham in St Chad of Lichfield and Birmingham (M Greenslade), Archdiocese of Birmingham Historical Commission No. 10, Stafford, 25-26

 

Boyle, A, 1996b Human bone in The excavation of two Bronze Age barrows, Oxford, Oxoniensia 61, (A Parkinson, A Barclay and P McKeague) http://oxoniensia.org/oxo_volume.php?vol=61

 

Boyle, A, 1997a The human skeletal assemblage in Asthall, Oxfordshire: excavations in a Roman `Small Town’, (P M Booth), Thames Valley Landscapes Monograph No. 9, Oxford Archaeological Unit, Oxford, 135-137

 

Boyle, A, 1997b The human bone, in The excavation of two barrows at Merton, Oxfordshire (P Bradley, M Parsons and R Tyler), Oxoniensia 62, http://oxoniensia.org/oxo_volume.php?vol=62

 

Boyle, A, 1997c The human bone, in Archaeological investigations on the motorway service area, junction 8, M20 at Eyhorne Street, Hollingbourne, Arch Cant CXVII, 137-8

 

Boyle, A, 1998a The human bone, in An archaeological excavation on land adjacent to Snowy Fielder Waye, Isleworth, London Borough of Hounslow, Middlesex (C Bell), Transacs London and Middlesex Arch Soc 47 (1996), 52

 

Boyle, A, 1998b A report on the scientific analysis of the bones of the Anglo-Saxon bishop and saint, Chad, Church Archaeology 2, 35-8 https://edinburgh.academia.edu/AngelaBoyle

 

Boyle, A, 1998c The Carington burial vault, All Saints Church, High Wycombe, Oxfordshire, Church Archaeology 2, 60-1 https://edinburgh.academia.edu/AngelaBoyle

 

Boyle, A, 1999a (ed.) Excavations alongside Roman Ermine Street, Gloucestershire and Wiltshire: the archaeology of the A419/A417 Swindon to Gloucester road scheme (A Mudd, B Williams and A Lupton), Oxford Archaeological Unit, Oxford

 

Boyle, A, 1999b A grave disturbance: archaeological perceptions of the recently dead, in The loved body's corruption: archaeological contributions to the study of human mortality (ed J Downes and T Pollard), Scottish Archaeological Forum, Cruithne Press, 187-199

 

Boyle, A, 1999c Human remains, in Excavations at Barrow Hills, Radley, Oxfordshire Volume 1: The Neolithic and Bronze Age Monument Complex (A Barclay and C Halpin), Oxford Archaeological Unit Thames Valley Landscapes volume 11, 171-183

 

Boyle, A, 1999d Human skeletal material, in Excavations alongside Roman Ermin Street, Gloucestershire and Wiltshire The archaeology of the A419/A417 Swindon to Gloucester Road Scheme, (A Mudd, R J Williams and A Lupton), Oxford Archaeological Unit, Oxford, 469

 

Boyle, A, 2000a The human remains, in Excavations at Wyndike Furlong, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, 1994, (J Muir and M R Roberts), Oxford Archaeological Unit, Thames Valley Landscapes Monograph No. 12, Oxford Archaeological Unit, Oxford

 

Boyle, A, 2000b The human bone, in The excavation of a late Iron Age enclosed settlement at Bicester Fields Farm, Bicester, Oxon, Oxoniensia 65, 201 http://oxoniensia.org/oxo_volume.php?vol=65

 

Boyle, A, 2000c Human bone, in Excavations at the Paddock, Rectory Lane, Fringford (P Blinkhorn, C Bloor and D Thomason), OAU Occasional Paper No. 6, Oxford, 28

 

Boyle, A, 2000d The cremated human bone, in The Good Stones, a new investigation of the Clava cairns (Richard Bradley), Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, Monograph Series Number 17, Historic Scotland, 87-89, 145-151

 

Boyle, A, 2000e The human remains, in A Bronze Age ditch and Iron Age settlement at Elms Farm, Humberstone, Leicester, Trans Leicester Archaeol and Hist Soc 74, (B M Charles, A Parkinson and S Foreman), 196-197

 

Boyle, A, 2000f The worked bone assemblage, in Prehistoric and Roman settlement near Heyford Road, Steeple Aston, Oxfordshire, Oxoniensia 65, 187-189 http://oxoniensia.org/oxo_volume.php?vol=65

 

Boyle, A, 2000g Grave catalogue, in Archaeological investigations during refurbishment of St Aldate’s church, Oxford, Oxoniensia 66, (R Tyler), 395-398 http://oxoniensia.org/oxo_volume.php?vol=65

 

Boyle, A, 2001a Jet bead in Beaumont Palace and the Whitefriars: excavations at the Sackler Library, Beaumont Street, Oxford, (D Poore and D R P Wilkinson), OAU Occasional Paper No, 9, Oxford, 61-62

 

Boyle, A, 2001b Human skeletal remains, in Beaumont Palace and the Whitefriars: excavations at the Sackler Library, Beaumont Street, Oxford, (D Poore and D R P Wilkinson), OAU Occasional Paper No, 9, Oxford, 82

 

Boyle, A, 2001c Human skeletal assemblage, in Site of former Hockley Chemical Works, Stratford Road, Alcester: excavations 1994, Transacs Birmingham and Warwickshire Journal 104, 45-49

 

Boyle, A, 2001d The human bone, in Excavation of multi-period sites at Lodge Lane, Addington, Geoffrey Harris House and Lloyd Park, South Croydon (C Bell), Surrey Archaeol Collections 88, 262

 

Boyle, A, 2001e Excavations in Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford, Oxoniensia LXVI, 337-368

http://oxoniensia.org/oxo_volume.php?vol=66

 

Boyle, A, 2002a The human skeletal assemblage, in Excavations in the extramural settlement of Roman Alchester, Oxfordshire, 1991 A41 (formerly A421) Wendelbury-Bicester dualling, (P M Booth, J Evans and J Hiller), Oxford Archaeology Monograph No. 1, Oxford Archaeology, Oxford, 385-394

 

Boyle, A, 2002b The Romano-British Cemetery, in Excavations at Melford Meadows, Brettenham, 1994 (A Mudd), East Anglian Archaeology Report No 99, 35-51

 

Boyle, A, 2002c Copper alloy finds, Excavations at Melford Meadows, Brettenham, 1994 (A Mudd), East Anglian Archaeology Report No 99, 71-73

 

Boyle, A, 2002d Iron objects, Excavations at Melford Meadows, Brettenham, 1994 (A Mudd), East Anglian Archaeology Report No 99, 73-74

 

Boyle, A, 2002e Miscellaneous Romano-British small finds, Excavations at Melford Meadows, Brettenham, 1994 (A Mudd), East Anglian Archaeology Report No 99, 76

 

Boyle, A, 2002f The human bone, in Gathering the people, settling the land. The archaeology of a middle Thames landscape: Anglo-Saxon to post-medieval, Oxford Archaeology Thames Valley Landscapes Monograph No. 14, Oxford, 96

 

Boyle, A, 2002g Human bone, in Shorncote Quarry; excavations of a late prehistoric landscape in the Upper Thames Valley, 1997 and 1998, Trans Bristol and Glos Arch Soc 120, (A Brossler, M Gocher, G Laws and M Roberts, 69-70

 

Boyle, A, 2003a The human skeletal assemblage, in Excavations at Eynsham Abbey, 1989-1992, (G D Keevill, A Hardy and A Dodd), Oxford Archaeology, Thames Valley Landscapes Volume 16, Oxford University School of Archaeology, Oxford, 433-438

 

Boyle, A, 2003b The beads, in Excavations at Eynsham Abbey, 1989-1992, (G D Keevill, A Hardy and A Dodd), Oxford Archaeology, Thames Valley Landscapes Volume 16, 296

 

Boyle, A, 2003c Worked bone, in Uffington White Horse and its landscape. Investigations at White Horse Hill Uffington, 1989-95 and Tower Hill, Ashbury, 1993-4, (D Miles, S Palmer, G Lock, C Gosden, and A M Cromarty) Oxford Archaeology Thames Valley Landscapes Volume 18, Oxford, 181

 

Boyle, A, 2003d Human bone, Uffington White Horse and its landscape. Investigations at White Horse Hill Uffington, 1989-95 and Tower Hill, Ashbury, 1993-4, (D Miles, S Palmer, G Lock, C Gosden, and A M Cromarty) Oxford Archaeology, Thames Valley Landscapes Volume 18, Oxford, 191-192

 

Boyle, A, 2003e Human bone, in The West Gate at Oxford Castle: excavations at Boreham’s Castle, Tidmarsh Lane, Oxford, 1994-5 (P Booth), Oxoniensia LXVIII, 410 http://oxoniensia.org/oxo_volume.php?vol=68

 

Boyle, A, 2004a What price compromise? Archaeological investigations at St Bartholomew's Church, Penn, Wolverhampton, Church Archaeology 5-6, 69-78

 

Boyle, A, 2004b The shale bracelet, in Excavations at Reading Business Park Phase 2: A Neolithic ring ditch, a middle Bronze Age field system and a later Bronze Age settlement (A Brossler, R Early and C Allen) Oxford Archaeology, Thames Valley Landscapes Volume 19, 98

 

Boyle, A, 2004c The worked bone assemblage, in Excavations at Reading Business Park Phase 2: A Neolithic ring ditch, a middle Bronze Age field system and a later Bronze Age settlement (A Brossler, R Early and C Allen) Oxford Archaeology, Thames Valley Landscapes Volume 19, 99

 

Boyle, A, 2004d The human skeletal assemblage, in Excavations at Reading Business Park Phase 2: A Neolithic ring ditch, a middle Bronze Age field system and a later Bronze Age settlement (A Brossler and R Early) Oxford Archaeology Thames Valley Landscapes Volume 19, 106-110

 

Boyle, A, 2004e Burial rite and status on the Yarnton middle Saxon settlement, in Yarnton Saxon and Medieval settlement and landscape, (G Hey), Oxford Archaeology Thames Valley Landscapes Monograph No 20, 75-76

 

Boyle, A, 2004f General health, in Yarnton Saxon and Medieval settlement and landscape, (G Hey), Oxford Archaeology Thames Valley Landscapes Monograph No 20, 76

 

Boyle, A, 2004g The human burials, in Yarnton Saxon and Medieval settlement and landscape, (G Hey), Oxford Archaeology, Thames Valley Landscapes Monograph No 20, 317-324

 

Boyle, A, 2004h Copper alloy objects, in Thornhill Farm, Gloucestershire. An Iron Age and Roman pastoral site in the Upper Thames Valley (D Jennings, J Muir, S Palmer and A Smith), Oxford Archaeology, Thames Valley Landscapes Monograph No 23, 78-81

 

Boyle, A, 2004i Silver object, in Thornhill Farm, Gloucestershire. An Iron Age and Roman pastoral site in the Upper Thames Valley (D Jennings, J Muir, S Palmer and A Smith), Oxford Archaeology, Thames Valley Landscapes Monograph No 23, 81

 

Boyle, A, 2004j Iron objects, in Thornhill Farm, Gloucestershire. An Iron Age and Roman pastoral site in the Upper Thames Valley (D Jennings, J Muir, S Palmer and A Smith), Oxford Archaeology, Thames Valley Landscapes Monograph No 23, 81-84

 

Boyle, A, 2004k Beads, in Thornhill Farm, Gloucestershire. An Iron Age and Roman pastoral site in the Upper Thames Valley (D Jennings, J Muir, S Palmer and A Smith), Oxford Archaeology, Thames Valley Landscapes Monograph No 23, 84

 

Boyle, A, 2004l Shale bracelet, in Thornhill Farm, Gloucestershire. An Iron Age and Roman pastoral site in the Upper Thames Valley (D Jennings, J Muir, S Palmer and A Smith), Oxford Archaeology, Thames Valley Landscapes Monograph No 23, 84

 

Boyle, A, 2004m Human remains, in Thornhill Farm, Gloucestershire. An Iron Age and Roman pastoral site in the Upper Thames Valley (D Jennings, J Muir, S Palmer and A Smith), Oxford Archaeology, Thames Valley Landscapes Monograph No 23, 108-109

 

Boyle, A, 2004n The Ferrybridge chariot, Current Archaeology 191, 481-485

 

Boyle, A, 2004o Riding into history, British Archaeology 76, 22-27

 

Boyle, A, 2005a The human skeletal assemblage, in Archaeology of the Jubilee Line Extension. Prehistoric and Roman activity at Stratford Market Depot West Ham, London 1991-1993 (J Hiller and D P Wilkinson), MoLAS, London, 44

 

Boyle, A, 2005b The human skeletal assemblage, in Segsbury Camp. Excavations in 1996 and 1997 at an Iron Age hillfort on the Oxfordshire Ridgeway (G Lock, C Gosden and P Daly), Oxford University School of Archaeology, Monograph No. 61, http://www.arch.ox.ac.uk/research-projects/ridgeway/segsbury

 

Boyle, A, 2005c The cremated human skeletal remains, in The moon and the bonfire. An investigation of three stone circles in north-east Scotland (R Bradley), Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, Edinburgh, 38-42

 

Boyle, A, 2007 Barrows 7 and 8; Redlands Farm Barrows 7, 8 and 9; The treatment of the body, in The Raunds Area Project. A Neolithic and Bronze Age landscape in Northamptonshire, (J Harding and F Healy) English Heritage Monograph, 169-172, 224-238

http://www-english-heritage.org.uk/research.monographs

 

Boyle, A, 2008 Cremated human bone, in The excavation of a 1st century field system and associated cremation burials at the Community Hospital, Newbury, West Berkshire, Berkshire Archaeological Journal 77 (2004-2008),17-34

 

Boyle, A, 2008 Burial terminology: a guide for researchers (Review), Post-medieval Archaeology 42 (2), 426-427

 

Boyle, A, 2009 Amber beads, in Appleford’s earliest farmers. Archaeological work at Appleford Sidings, Oxfordshire (P Booth and A Simmonds), Oxford Archaeology Occasional Paper No 17, 51

 

Boyle, A, 2010 Crematieresten van het urnenveld in zone F, in Urnen onder de ploeg (red. A Hakvoort en L van der Meij), ADC ArchaeoProjecten, rapport 1204, Amersfoort, 49-58

 

Boyle, A, 2011a , Barrow 7; barrow 8; barrow 9; the human remains from Redlands Farm; overview, in The Raunds Area Project. A Neolithic and Bronze Age landscape in Northamptonshire. Volume 2 Supplementary Studies (J Harding and F Healy), English Heritage, 269-284, 717-736

 

Boyle, A, 2011b The human remains, in Yarnton. Iron Age and Romano-British settlement and landscape (G Hey, P Booth and J Timby), Thames Valley Landscapes Monograph No. 35, Oxford, 469-486

 

Boyle, A, 2011c The Roman cremation burials, in Carlisle: excavations at Rickergate, 1998-9 and 53-55 Botchergate, 2001 (ed R Newman), Cumbria Archaeological Res Rep No 2, 98-99

 

Boyle, A, 2013 Death on the Dorset Ridgeway: a medieval murder mystery, Haskins Society Journal 25, 19-33

 

Boyle, A, 2013 The cremated human bone, Excavations at King’s Low and Queen’s Low. Two early Bronze Age barrows in Tixall, North Staffordshire, Archaeopress, Oxford, 60-62

 

Boyle, A, 2015 Approaches to post-medieval burial in England: past and present, in The archaeology of death in post-medieval Europe (ed. Sarah Tarlow), 39-62, www.degruyteropen

 

Boyle, A, 2016 Death on the Dorset Ridgeway: The Discovery and Excavation of an early Medieval mass burial, in The Danes in Wessex. The Scandinavian Impact on Southern England, c 800- c 1100. (eds R Lavelle and S Roffey), Oxbow Books, Oxford,109-121

 

Boyle, A, 2016 Major contribution on human remains, in Yarnton: Neolithic and Bronze Age settlement and landscape. Results of excavations 1990-98, (G Hey, C Bell, C Dennis, M Robinson), Thames Valley Landscapes Monograph 39, Oxford Archaeology and Oxford University School of Archaeology, Oxford

 

Boyle, A, 2016 Bone and cremated bone analysis, in Multi-period activity, the European Marine Science Park, Dunstaffnage, Argyll (C Ellis), Scottish Archaeological Internet Reports 60, 14-16, http://doi.org/10.9750/issn.1473-3803.2016.60

 

Boyle, A, 2017 Analysis of human remains, in Monks, priests and farmers: a community excavation at Baliscate, Isle of Mull, (C Ellis), Scottish Archaeological Internet Reports 68, 52-55, http://doi.org/10.9750/issn.2056-7421.2017.68

 

Boyle, A, 2017 The medieval cemetery of St Leonard’s hospital, Midland Road, Peterborough. Table of disarticulated bone, York Archaeological Trust, York, https://doi.org/10.5284/1045802

 

Boyle, A, Boston, C and Witkin, A, 2005 The Archaeological Experience at St Luke’s Church, Old Street, Islington, www.lso.co.uk

 

Boyle, A, Clough, S, Mahoney, D and Marquez-Grant, N, 2011 Human remains, in Excavations at Tubney Wood Quarry, 2001-9 (A Simmonds, H Anderson-Whymark and A Norton), Oxoniensia 76, 105-172 (71-74) http://oxoniensia.org/oxo_volume.php?vol=76

 

Boyle, A and Cromarty, A M, 2006 A multi-period settlement at Bradford’s Brook, Cholsey, in Late Bronze Age ritual and habitation on a Thames eyot at Whitecross Farm, Wallingford. The archaeology of the Wallingford bypass 1986-92 (A M Cromarty, A Barclay, G Lambrick and M Robinson), Oxford Archaeology, Thames Valley Landscapes Monograph No 22, 201-224

 

Boyle, A, Dodd, A, Miles, D and Mudd, A, 1995 Two Anglo-Saxon cemeteries: Berinsfield and Didcot, Oxford Archaeology, Thames Valley Landscapes Monograph No. 8, Oxford University Committee for Archaeology, Oxford

 

Boyle, A and Early, R, 1998 Excavations at Springhead Roman `Small Town’, Kent, Oxford Archaeological Unit Occasional Paper No. 1, https://edinburgh.academia.edu/AngelaBoyle

 

Boyle, A, Evans, T, O’Connor, S, Spence, A and Brennand, M, 2008 Site D (Ferry Fryston) in the Iron Age and Romano-British periods, in The archaeology of the A1(M) Darrington to Dishforth DBFO road scheme (F Brown, C Howard-Davis, M Brennand, A Boyle, T Evans, S O’Connor, A Spence, R Heawood and A Lupton), Lancaster Imprints, Oxford Archaeology North, Oxford, 121-159

 

Boyle, A, Hacking, P, Allen, T and Ambers, J, 2002 The Anglo-Saxon grave group from Boveney, Gathering the people, settling the land. The archaeology of a middle Thames landscape: Anglo-Saxon to post-medieval, Oxford Archaeology, Thames Valley Landscapes Monograph No. 14, Oxford, 28-34

 

Boyle, A and Henderson, J, 2006 Glass bead, in Late Bronze Age ritual and habitation on a Thames eyot at Whitecross Farm, Wallingford. The archaeology of the Wallingford bypass 1986-92 (A M Cromarty, A Barclay, G Lambrick and M Robinson), Oxford Archaeology Thames Valley Landscapes Monograph No 22, 57

 

Boyle, A and Hiller, J, 2004 Langley Marish, St Mary (Bucks), Church Archaeology 5-6, 117-8

 

Boyle, A, Jennings, D, Miles, D and Palmer, S, 1998 The Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Butler’s Field, Lechlade, Gloucestershire. Volume 1: Prehistoric and Roman Activity and Grave Catalogue, Thames Valley Landscapes Monograph No. 10, Oxford Archaeological Unit, Oxford

 

Boyle, A, Jennings, D, Miles, D and Palmer, S, 2011 The Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Butler’s Field, Lechlade, Gloucestershire. Volume 2: The Anglo-Saxon grave goods, specialist reports, phasing and discussion, Thames Valley Landscapes Monograph No. 33, Oxford Archaeology, Oxford

 

Boyle, A and Keevill, G, 1998 `To the praise of the dead, and anatomie’: the analysis of post-medieval burials at St Nicholas, Sevenoaks, Kent in Grave Concerns: death and burial in England, 1700-1850, CBA Res Rep 113, York, 85-96 https://edinburgh.academia.edu/AngelaBoyle

 

Boyle, A, Millward, G and McComish, J, 2017 The medieval cemetery of St Leonard’s Leper Hospital, Midland Road, Peterborough, York Archaeological Trust, York, https://doi.org/10.5284/1045802

 

Bradley, A and Boyle, A, 2004 Moving the dead of Islington, The Archaeologist No. 52, 16-17

 

Brossler, A and Allen, C, with contributions by A Boyle 2004 Discussion and conclusions, in Green Park (Reading Business Park). Phase 2 excavation 1995. Neolithic and Bronze Age sites, (A Brossler, R Early and C Allen), Oxford Archaeology Thames Valley Landscapes Monograph No. 19, Oxford, 117-132

 

Brown, F, Howard-Davis, C, Brennand, M, Boyle, A, Evans, T, O’Connor, S, Spence, A, Heawood, R and Lupton, A, 2008 The archaeology of the A1(M) Darrington to Dishforth DBFO road scheme, Lancaster Imprints, Oxford Archaeology North, Oxford

 

Chambers, R and Boyle, A, 2007 The Romano-British cemetery, in Excavations at Barrow Hills, Radley, Oxfordshire, 1983-5 (R Chambers and E McAdam), Oxford Archaeology Thames Valley Monograph No. 25, 13-64

 

Chenery, C, Evans, J, Score, D, Boyle, A and Chenery, S, 2014 A boatload of Vikings? Journal of the North Atlantic Press 7, 43-53

 

Cox, M, Chandler, C, Boyle, A, Kneller, P and Haslam, R, 2000 Nineteenth century dental restoration, treatment and consequences in an English nobleman, British Dental Journal 189, No 11, 593-596

 

Hey, G, Bayliss, A and Boyle, A, 1999 Iron Age burials at Yarnton, Oxfordshire, Antiquity 73, No. 281, 551-562

 

Hoole, M, Sheridan, S, Boyle, A, Booth, T, Brace, S, Diekmann, Y, Olade, I, Thomas, M, Barnes, I, Evans, J, Chenery, C, Sloane, H, Morrison, H, Fraser, S, Timpany, S and Hamilton, D, in press ‘Ava’: a Beaker-associated woman from a cist at Achavanich, Highland, and the story of her (re-)discovery and subsequent study, Proc Soc Antiq Scot

 

Loe, L and Boyle, A, 2014 Death on Ridgeway Hill, British Archaeology May/June 16-23

 

Loe, L, Boyle, A, Webb, H and Score, D, 2014 ‘Given to the Ground’. A Viking Age mass grave on Ridgeway Hill, Weymouth, Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society Monograph Series: No. 22, Berforts Information Press, Eynsham, Oxford

 

McCarthy, R, Clough, S, Boyle, A and Norton, A, 2012 The Baptist Chapel burial ground, Littlemore, Post Med Arch 46/2, 281-290

 

Simmonds, A, Marquez-Grant, N and Loe, L with contributions by A Boyle, 2008 Life and Death in a Roman City. Excavation of a Roman cemetery with a mass grave at 120-122 London Road, Gloucester, Oxford Archaeology monograph No 6

 

Tyler, R and Boyle, A, 1996 Excavations and observations during building work in Cogges Manor Farm, Witney, Oxfordshire. The excavations from 1986-1994 and the Historic Building Analysis (eds T Rowley and M Steiner), OUDCE and OCC, Oxford, 121-133

 

Wait, G A with Allen, T, Barclay, A, Bradley, P, Boyle, A, Healy, F, Ingle, C, Lambrick, G, Morris, E, Northover, P, Roe, F and Salter, C, 2004 Iron Age and Roman small finds, in Gravelly Guy Stanton Harcourt Oxfordshire. The development of a prehistoric and Romano-British community (G Lambrick and T Allen), Oxford Archaeology, Thames Valley Landscapes Monograph No. 21, 335-404

 

Webb, H and Boyle, A, 2014 Human remains, in Medieval and post-medieval remains from excavations in the site of the New Auditorium, Corpus Christi College, Oxford, 2008 (R Bashford, A Dodd and D Poore), Oxoniensia 79, 201, (173-210) http://oxoniensia.org/oxo_volume.php?vol=79

Hoole, M, Sheridan, S, Boyle, A, Booth, T, Brace, S, Diekmann, Y, Olade, I, Thomas, M, Barnes, I, Evans, J, Chenery, C, Sloane, H, Morrison, H, Fraser, S, Timpany, S and Hamilton, D, 2017 ‘Ava’: a Beaker-associated woman from a cist at Achavanich, Highland, and the story of her (re-)discovery and subsequent study, Proc Soc Antiqs Scot 147, 73-118

https://doi.org/10.9750/PSAS.147.1250