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Eckardt, H. (2019) Britannia in numbers: 50 years of the journal of Romano-British and kindred studies. Britannia, 50. pp. 1-11. ISSN 1753-5352 doi: (Editorial)

Eckardt, H. and Williams, S. (2018) The sound of magic? Bells in Roman Britain. Britannia, 49. pp. 179-210. ISSN 0068-113X doi:

Eckardt, H., Muldner, G. and Speed, G. (2015) The late Roman field army in Northern Britain? Mobility, material culture and multi-isotope analysis at Scorton (N. Yorks). Britannia, 46. pp. 191-223. ISSN 0068-113X doi:

Eckardt, H., Muldner, G. and Lewis, M. ORCID: (2014) People on the move in Roman Britain. World Archaeology, 46 (4). pp. 534-550. ISSN 0043-8243 doi:

Muldner, G. H., Chenery, C. and Eckardt, H. (2011) The 'Headless Romans': multi-isotope investigations of an unusual burial ground from Roman Britain. Journal of Archaeological Science, 38 (2). pp. 280-290. ISSN 0305-4403 doi:

Chenery, C., Eckardt, H. and Muldner, G. (2011) Cosmopolitan Catterick? Isotopic evidence for population mobility on Rome’s Northern frontier. Journal of Archaeological Science, 38. pp. 1525-1536. ISSN 0305-4403 doi:

Leach, S., Eckardt, H., Chenery, C., Muldner, G. and Lewis, M. ORCID: (2010) A Lady of York: migration, ethnicity and identity in Roman Britain. Antiquity, 84 (323). pp. 131-145. ISSN 0003-598X doi:

Chenery, C., Müldner, G. H., Evans, J., Eckardt, H., Leach, S. and Lewis, M. E. ORCID: (2010) Strontium and stable isotope evidence for diet and mobility in Roman Gloucester, UK. Journal of Archaeological Science, 37 (1). pp. 150-163. ISSN 0305-4403 doi:

Eckardt, H., Booth, P., Chenery, C., Müldner, G. H., Evans, J.A. and Lamb, A. (2009) Oxygen and strontium isotope evidence for mobility in Roman Winchester. Journal of Archaeological Science, 36 (12). pp. 2816-2825. ISSN 0305-4403 doi:

Eckardt, H., Brewer, P., Hay, S. and Poppy, S. (2009) Roman barrows and their landscape context: a GIS case study at Bartlow, Cambridgeshire. Britannia, 40 (1). pp. 65-98. ISSN 1753-5352 doi:

Eckardt, H., Clarke, A. S., Hay, S., Macaulay, S., Ryan, P., Thornley, D. M. and Timby, J. (2009) The Bartlow Hills in context: report on recent excavations. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, XCVIII. pp. 47-64.

Leach, S., Lewis, M. E. ORCID:, Chenery, C., Müldner, G. H. and Eckardt, H. (2009) Migration and diversity in Roman Britain: a multidisciplinary approach to immigrants in Roman York, England. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 140 (3). pp. 546-561. ISSN 0002-9483 doi:

Astin, T., Eckardt, H. and Hay, S. (2007) Resistivity imaging survey of the Roman barrows at Bartlow, Cambridgeshire, UK. Archaeological Prospection, 14 (1). pp. 24-37. ISSN 1075-2196 doi:

Eckardt, H. and Crummy, N. (2006) 'Roman' or 'native' bodies in Britain: the evidence of late Roman nail-cleaner strap-ends. Oxford Journal of Archaeology, 25 (1). pp. 83-103. ISSN 0262-5253 doi:

Eckardt, H. (2005) The social distribution of Roman artefacts: the case of nail-cleaners and brooches in Britain. Journal of Roman Archaeology, 18. pp. 139-160.

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Eckardt, H. (2017) Writing power: the material culture of literacy as representation and practice. In: Van Oyen, A. and Pitts, M. (eds.) Materialising Roman Histories. University of Cambridge Museum of Classical Archaeology Monograph (3). Oxbow Books, Oxford, pp. 23-30. ISBN 9781785706769

Clarke, A., Creighton, J. ORCID: and Eckardt, H. (2013) Introduction: Michael Fulford and Roman Silchester. In: Eckardt, H. and Rippon, S. (eds.) Living and Working in the Roman World, Essays in Honour of Michael Fulford. Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplementary Series, 95. Journal of Roman Archaeology, Portsmouth, Rhode Island, pp. 19-30.

Eckardt, H. (2011) Heating and lighting. In: Allason-Jones, L. (ed.) Artefacts in Roman Britain: their purpose and use. Cambridge University Press, pp. 180-193. ISBN 9780521860123

Eckardt, H. (2010) A long way from home: diaspora communities in Roman Britain. In: Eckardt, H. (ed.) Roman diasporas: archaeological approaches to mobility and diversity in the Roman Empire. Journal of Roman Archaeology, Portsmouth, Rhode Island, pp. 99-130. ISBN 9781887829786

Eckardt, H. (2008) Technologies of the body: Iron Age and Roman grooming and display. In: Garrow, D., Gosden, C. and Hill, J.D. (eds.) Rethinking Celtic Art. Oxbow Books, Oxford, pp. 113-128. ISBN 1842173189

Eckardt, H. (2004) Old objects in Roman contexts: portable material culture and memory in the Roman provinces. In: Croxford, B., Eckardt, H., Meade, J. and Wakes, J. (eds.) TRAC: Proceedings of the Thirteenth Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference, Leicester 2003. Oxbow Books, Oxford, pp. 36-50.

Eckardt, H. and Williams, H. (2003) Objects without a past. In: Williams, H. (ed.) Archaeologies of Remembrance: death and memory in past societies. Kluwer/Plenum Academic Press, New York & London, pp. 141-170.


Eckardt, H. and Walton, P. (2021) Bridge over troubled water: the Roman finds from the River Tees at Piercebridge in context. Britannia Monographs, 34. Roman Society, London, pp336. ISBN 9780907764489 doi:

Eckardt, H. (2018) Writing and power in the Roman world: literacies and material culture. Cambridge University Press, New York, pp260. ISBN 9781108418058 doi:

Eckardt, H. (2014) Objects and Identities: Roman Britain and the north-western provinces. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp296. ISBN 9780199693986

Eckardt, H. and Crummy, N. (2008) Styling the body in late Iron Age and Roman Britain: a contextual approach to toilet instruments. Instrumentum Monograph No. 36. Instrumentum, Montagnac. ISBN 9782355180095

Fulford, M., Clarke, A. and Eckardt, H. (2006) Life and Labour in Late Roman Silchester: Excavations in Insula IX from 1997. Britannia Monograph 22. Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies, London.

Clarke, A., Eckardt, H., Fulford, M., Rains, M. and Tootell, K. (2005) Silchester Roman Town: the Insula IX Town Life Project: the Late Roman archaeology. University of Reading.

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