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An overview of the fieldwork and the survey methodology (2020)
Book Chapter
Fenwick, H., Gascoigne, A., Strutt, K., & Stephens, C. (2020). An overview of the fieldwork and the survey methodology. In The Island City of Tinnīs: A Postmortem (71-84). Cairo: Institut français d’archéologie orientale

The permissibility of the practice of inscribing graffiti in Beverley Minster, with specific reference to the eastern side of the reredos (2015)
Thesis
Hiscott, R. (2015). The permissibility of the practice of inscribing graffiti in Beverley Minster, with specific reference to the eastern side of the reredos. (Thesis). University of Hull. Retrieved from https://hull-repository.worktribe.com/output/4218334

This thesis provides an understanding of the nature of the practice of inscribing graffiti on the eastern side of the reredos in Beverley Minster in the medieval and early modern periods. It focuses on the types of graffiti that were inscribed when t... Read More about The permissibility of the practice of inscribing graffiti in Beverley Minster, with specific reference to the eastern side of the reredos.

Beresford’s Lost Villages: a website dedicated to the study of deserted medieval settlement (2014)
Journal Article
Fenwick, H. (2014). Beresford’s Lost Villages: a website dedicated to the study of deserted medieval settlement. Medieval settlement research, 29, 56-59

This report presents an overview of the website entitled ‘Beresford’s Lost Villages’, accessible at www.dmv.hull.ac.uk. The website is built around a database of deserted settlements and associated evidence. The rationale behind the website is to pr... Read More about Beresford’s Lost Villages: a website dedicated to the study of deserted medieval settlement.

Medieval moated sites in the Humber Lowlands of England – Landscape transformation, utilisation and social emulation (2012)
Journal Article
Fenwick, H. (2012). Medieval moated sites in the Humber Lowlands of England – Landscape transformation, utilisation and social emulation. Medieval Archaeology, 56(1), 283-292. https://doi.org/10.1179/0076609712Z.0000000009

This note explores the nature and use of moated sites within the Humber lowlands and places them within current debates on seigneurial residences and landscapes within the medieval period. It will highlight the different ways in which moated sites we... Read More about Medieval moated sites in the Humber Lowlands of England – Landscape transformation, utilisation and social emulation.

A century of change on the Lindsey marshland : Marshchapel 1540-1640. (2011)
Thesis
Maybury, T. (2011). A century of change on the Lindsey marshland : Marshchapel 1540-1640. (Thesis). University of Hull. Retrieved from https://hull-repository.worktribe.com/output/4210997

This is a study of how a marshland community on the north-east Lindsey coast interacted with external forces of change in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. Marshchapel was chosen to be the particular focus of the study because of the wealth of... Read More about A century of change on the Lindsey marshland : Marshchapel 1540-1640..

The Lincolnshire marsh : landscape evolution, settlement development and the salt industry. (2007)
Thesis
Fenwick, H. 1. (2007). The Lincolnshire marsh : landscape evolution, settlement development and the salt industry. (Thesis). University of Hull. Retrieved from https://hull-repository.worktribe.com/output/4212659

The coastal wetland, known as the Lincolnshire Marsh, is investigated in order to understand the ways in which people in the past exploited coastal zones. This research into a previously neglected area has tested the validity of' Rippon's (2000) thre... Read More about The Lincolnshire marsh : landscape evolution, settlement development and the salt industry..

Contextualising previous excavation: the implications of applying GPS survey and GIS modelling techniques to Watton Priory, East Yorkshire (2002)
Journal Article
Chapman, H., & Fenwick, H. (2002). Contextualising previous excavation: the implications of applying GPS survey and GIS modelling techniques to Watton Priory, East Yorkshire. Medieval Archaeology, 46, 81-89. https://doi.org/10.1179/med.2002.46.1.81

Current understanding of archaeological sites often relies upon plans compiled before the advent of modern archaeological techniques. Such plans were often created with a specific purpose in mind that might be less helpful for modern study. In this p... Read More about Contextualising previous excavation: the implications of applying GPS survey and GIS modelling techniques to Watton Priory, East Yorkshire.