My publications

A selection of my publications

Rogers, N.S.H (1993).  Anglian and Other Finds from Fishergate. The Archaeology of York 17/9

Rogers, N.S.H (2005). ‘Wine, women and song: Artefacts from the Excavations at the College of the Vicars Choral at the Bedern, York’ in R.A Hall, and D. Stocker, (eds ) Vicars Choral at English Cathedrals; History, Architecture and Archaeology (Oxbow), 164-188

Rogers, N.S.H (2009). Major contributions to D.H.Evans and C. Loveluck (eds.), The Artefact Evidence. Life and Economy at Early Medieval Flixborough c. AD 600-1000 2 (Oxbow)

Rogers, Nicola (2012). Medieval Craft and Mystery. Discovering the People behind York’s Mystery Plays

Rogers, N.S.H (2014). Major contributions to Tester, A., Anderson, S., Riddler, I., and Carr, R., Staunch Meadow, Brandon, Suffolk. A High Status Middle Saxon Settlement on the Fen Edge, East Anglian Archaeology 151 (Suffolk)

A.MacGregor, A.J.Mainman, N.S.H.Rogers (1999). Craft, Industry and Everyday Life: Bone, Antler, Ivory and Horn from Anglo-Scandinavian and Medieval York. The Archaeology of York 17/12

A.J.Mainman, N.S.H.Rogers (2000). Craft, Industry and Everyday Life: Anglo-Scandinavian Finds. The Archaeology of York 17/14

P.J.Ottaway, N.S.H.Rogers (2002). Craft, Industry and Everyday Life: Medieval Finds. The Archaeology of York 17/15

A.J. Mainman, N.S.H. Rogers (2004). ’ Craft and Economy in Anglo-Scandinavian York’ in R.A.Hall et al., Aspects of Anglo-Scandinavian York, The Archaeology of York 8/4, 459-488

C.Kyriacou, F.Mee and N.S.H. Rogers (2004). Treasures of York (Landmark Publishing)

Rogers, N.S.H., 2012. Medieval Craft and Mystery. Discovering the people behind York’s Mystery Plays (York Archaeological Trust)

Rogers, N.S.H., C.E. Batey, N.M.McQ. Homes & J.H. Barrett, 2012. ‘The metal finds and their implications’, in Being an Islander: Production and Identity at Quoygrew, Orkney, AD 900-1600, ed. J.H. Barrett. (McDonald Institute Monographs.) Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, 245-53.

N.S.H. Rogers et al., 2015. ‘Pewter Funerary Chalices and Patens from York Minster’, Medieval Archaeology 59, 193-211

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