Julian D Richards

Professor, Head of Department of Archaeology, Director of Archaeology Data Service
Department of Archaeology; Archaeology Data Service
University of York
E-mail: julian.richards@york.ac.uk

Fields of interest:

Viking archaeology

Computer applications in archaeology

E-publishing and digital archiving


Recent publications:

with D. Haldenby
‘Charting the effects of plough damage using metal-detected assemblages’,
Antiquity 84, 1151-62, 2010.

with A.F. Austin, A.F. and C. Hardman,
‘Covering the costs of Digital Curation’,
Heritage Management 3(2), 255- 63, 2010.

with Hadley, D. (eds.)
Cultures in Contact: Scandinavian Settlement in England in the Ninth and Tenth Centuries.
Brepols, 2000; reprinted 2009

‘From anarchy to good practice: the evolution of standards in archaeological computing’
Archaeologia e Calcolatori 20, 2009.

with J.Naylor and C.Holas-Clark.
“Anglo-Saxon landscape and economy: using portable antiquities to study Anglo-Saxon and Viking Age England”,
Internet Archaeology 25, 2009.

“Archaeology, e-publication and the semantic web”,
Antiquity 80, 2006, 970-9

A Short Introduction to Vikings.
Oxford University Press, 2005

Viking Age England.
Tempus, new paperback edition, 2004.

“The Viking barrow cemetery at Heath Wood, Ingleby”,
Antiquaries J  84, 2004, 23-116