Duncan Sayer
Duncan Sayer
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Iron Age and Anglo-Saxon genomes from East England reveal British migration history
S Schiffels, H Wolfgang, P Pirita, L Bastien, P Elizabeth, L Louise, ...
Nature Communications 7, 2016
1292016
Ethics and burial archaeology
D Sayer
Bloomsbury Publishing, 2017
902017
Who's afraid of the dead? Archaeology, modernity and the death taboo
D Sayer
World Archaeology 42 (3), 481-491, 2010
532010
A GIS-Investigation of Four Early Anglo-Saxon Cemeteries: Ripley’s K-function Analysis of Spatial Groupings Amongst Graves
D Sayer, M Wienhold
Social Science Computer Review 31 (1), 71-89, 2013
482013
Death and the family: Developing generational chronologies
D Sayer
Journal of Social Archaeology 10 (1), 59-91, 2010
452010
Is there a crisis facing British burial archaeology?
D Sayer
Antiquity 83 (319), 199, 2009
382009
Reconsidering obstetric death and female fertility in Anglo-Saxon England
D Sayer, SD Dickinson
World Archaeology 45 (2), 285-297, 2013
322013
Mortuary practices and social identities in the Middle Ages
D Sayer, H Williams
Liverpool University Press, 2010
31*2010
Hall of Mirrors: Death & Identity in Medieval Archaeology.
H Williams, D Sayer
Mortuary Practice and Social Identities in the Middle Ages, 1-22, 2009
232009
The archaeology of post-medieval religion
C King, C King, D Sayer
Boydell Press, 2011
222011
Medieval waterways and hydraulic economics: monasteries, towns and the East Anglian fen
D Sayer
World Archaeology 41 (1), 134-150, 2009
192009
Laws, Funerals and Cemetery Organisation: the seventh-century Kentish family.
D Sayer
Mortuary Practice and Social Identity in the Middle Ages, 141-166, 2009
182009
Changes in policy for excavating humans remains in England and Wales
M Parker Pearson, M Pitts, D Sayer
Boydell and Brewer, 2013
152013
Death and the dissenter: group identity and stylistic simplicity as witnessed in nineteenth-century Nonconformist gravestones
D Sayer
Historical Archaeology 45 (4), 115-134, 2011
152011
Barrows, Roads and Ridges—Or Where to Bury the Dead? The Choice of Burial Grounds in Late Iron Age Scandinavia
ES Thäte, D Sayer, H Williams
Mortuary practices and social identities in the Middle Ages. Essays in …, 2009
132009
Bones without barriers: the social impact of digging the dead
D Sayer, F Sayer
Oxford Universty Press, 2016
12*2016
‘Sons of athelings given to the earth’: Infant Mortality within Anglo-Saxon Mortuary Geography
D Sayer
Medieval Archaeology 58 (1), 78-103, 2014
122014
Christian burial practice in the early middle ages: rethinking the Anglo‐Saxon funerary sphere
D Sayer
History Compass 11 (2), 133-146, 2013
122013
The organization of post-medieval churchyards, cemeteries and grave plots: variation and religious identity as seen in protestant burial provision
D Sayer
The archaeology of post-medieval religion, 199-214, 2011
122011
Digging the dead in a digital media age
D Sayer, J Walter
Archaeologists and the Dead: Mortuary Archaeology in Contemporary Society, 2016
112016
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