Leslie Alcock

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Leslie Alcock ( Manchester, — Stevenage, ) est un professeur d'archéologie à l'université de Glasgow et un des spécialistes les plus reconnus de la Grande-Bretagne du Haut Moyen Âge. Ses recherches ont inclus les sites de Dinas Powys hillfort (en) et Cadbury Castle (en).

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  • Adomnán's Life of Columba. Ed & trans (1991) Anderson, A. O. & Anderson, M. O. Clarendon Press, Oxford. (ISBN 0-19-820215-6).
  • Alcock, L 1963 Dinas Powys: An Iron Age, Dark Age and Early Medieval Settlement in Glamorgan. University of Wales Press. (ISBN 0-7083-0000-6)
  • Alcock, L 1965 Hillforts in Wales and the Marches, Antiquity, 39 (1965), 184-95.
  • (en) Leslie Alcock, Arthur's Britain : history and archaeology, AD 367-634, London New York, Penguin Books,‎ (1re éd. 1971) (ISBN 0141390697)
  • (en) Leslie Alcock, By South Cadbury is that Camelot ..." the excavation of Cadbury Castle 1966-1970, London, Thames and Hudson,‎ (ISBN 0500390118).
  • Alcock, L 1980 Populi Bestialis Pictorum feroci anime…: a survey of Pictish settlement archaeology, in Hanson, W. S. & Keppie, L. J. F. (eds) Roman Frontier Studies 1979. 61-95. BAR International Series 71, Oxford.
  • (en) Graeme Guilbert (éditeur), Hill-fort studies : essays for A.H.A. Hogg, S.l, Leicester University Press,‎ (ISBN 0718512006).
  • (en) David Hinton (éditeur), 25 years of medieval archaeology, Sheffield, Published by the Dept. of Prehistory and Archaeology, University of Sheffield,‎ (ISBN 0906090113).
  • Alcock, L, Alcock E A & Foster, S M 1986 Reconnaissance excavations on Early Historic fortifications and other royal sites in Scotland, 1974–84: 1, Excavations near St Abb's Head, Berwickshire, 1980, Proc Soc Antiq Scot, 116 (1986), 255-279.
  • (en) Leslie Alcock, Economy, society, and warfare among the Britons and Saxons c. 400-c. 800 AD, Cardiff, University of Wales Press,‎ (ISBN 0708309631).
  • Alcock, L & Alcock, E A 1987 Reconnaissance excavations on Early Historic fortifications and other royal sites in Scotland, 1974–84: 2, Excavations at Dunollie Castle, Oban, Argyll, 1978, Proc Soc Antiq Scot, 117 (1987), 73-101.
  • Alcock, L 1989 Bede, Eddius and the Forts of the North Britons. Parish of Jarrow. (ISBN 0-903495-20-1)
  • Alcock, L, Alcock, E A & Driscoll, S T 1989 Reconnaissance excavations on Early Historic fortifications and other royal sites in Scotland, 1974–84: 3, Excavations at Dundurn, Strathearn, Perthshire, 1976–77, Proc Soc Antiq Scot, 119 (1989), 189-226.
  • Alcock, L & Alcock, E A 1990 Reconnaissance excavations on Early Historic fortifications and other royal sites in Scotland, 1974–84: 4, Excavations at Alt Clut, Clyde Rock, Strathclyde, 1974–75, Proc Soc Antiq Scot, 120 (1990), 95-150.
  • Alcock, L & Alcock, E A 1992 Reconnaissance excavations on Early Historic fortifications and other royal sites in Scotland, 1974–84; 5: A, Excavations and other fieldwork at Forteviot, Perthshire, 1981; B, Excavations at Urquhart Castle, Inverness-shire, 1983; C, Excavations at Dunnottar, Kincardineshire, 1984, Proc Soc Antiq Scot, 122 (1992), 215-88.
  • (en) Leslie Alcock, S. J. Stenvenson et C. R. Musson, Cadbury Castle, Somerset : the early medieval archaeology, Cardiff, University of Wales,‎ (ISBN 0708312756).
  • (en) John Barrett, P.W.M. Freeman, A. Woodward et K. Speller, Cadbury Castle, Somerset : the later prehistoric and early historic archaeology, London, English Heritage,‎ (ISBN 1850747164).
  • (en) Leslie Alcock, Kings and warriors, craftsmen and priests in Northern Britain, AD 550-850, Edinburgh Scotland, Society of Antiquaries of Scotland,‎ (ISBN 0903903245).