Bibliography

James
Graham-Campbell

3 publications between 1986 and 2009 indexed
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Works edited

Graham-Campbell, James, and Michael Ryan (eds), Anglo-Saxon/Irish relations before the Vikings, Proceedings of the British Academy, 157, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009.
Davies, Wendy, James Graham-Campbell, Mark Handley, Paul Kershaw, John T. Koch, and Gwenaël Le Duc (eds), The inscriptions of early medieval Brittany / Les inscriptions de la Bretagne du Haut Moyen Âge, Celtic Studies Publications, 5, Oakville, Connecticut: Celtic Studies Publications, 2000.

Contributions to journals

Graham-Campbell, James, and C. S. Briggs, “Some neglected Viking-age silver hoards from near Athlone and Co Cork”, Peritia 5 (1986): 309–316.  
abstract:
Nineteenth-century drawings preserved in Liverpool and Dublin, with notes and letters, as well as the annotated sale catalogues of the collections formed by Thomas Bateman, Thomas Crofton Croker and the Rev Dr Neligan, have enabled the authors to discover and reprovenance material belonging to four Viking-age silver hoards from Ireland. The most important of these consists of four or five Hiberno-Viking arm-rings from near Athlone (one of a growing number of such findspots from along the Shannon). The others, comprising assorted plain rings, were found in the 1840s in Co Cork, at Lohort Castle, Kilbarry (Killeens), and Macroom Castle.
abstract:
Nineteenth-century drawings preserved in Liverpool and Dublin, with notes and letters, as well as the annotated sale catalogues of the collections formed by Thomas Bateman, Thomas Crofton Croker and the Rev Dr Neligan, have enabled the authors to discover and reprovenance material belonging to four Viking-age silver hoards from Ireland. The most important of these consists of four or five Hiberno-Viking arm-rings from near Athlone (one of a growing number of such findspots from along the Shannon). The others, comprising assorted plain rings, were found in the 1840s in Co Cork, at Lohort Castle, Kilbarry (Killeens), and Macroom Castle.