Birte Brugmann, Dr. phil., FSA

Publications

Newsletter

Monographs

  • Berisha, M, Brugmann, B, Drançolli, F, Gashi, L, Keka, B, Sallahu, E, Shala, E, Svirca, B, 2009: Novoberda Survey 2008. Cultural Heritage without Borders Kosovo Office Report series 13 (Pristina).
  • Penn, K & Brugmann, B, 2007: Aspects of Anglo-Saxon Inhumation Burial: Morning Thorpe, Spong Hill, Bergh Apton and Westgarth Gardens. With a contribution by K. Høilund Nielsen. East Anglian Ar-chaeology Report 119 (Dereham).
  • Berisha, M, Brugmann, B, Gashi, S, Koçbashliu, L, Luci, K, Peja F, 2006: An Archaeological Map of the Historic Zone of Prizren. Cultural Heritage without Borders Kosovo Office Report Series 2 (Pristina), Accessed 5 December 2015.
  • Brugmann, B, 2004: Glass Beads from Early Anglo-Saxon Graves. A Study on the Provenance and Chronology of Glass Beads from Anglo-Saxon Graves, Based on Visual Examination (Oxford).
  • Parfitt, K & Brugmann, B, 1997: The Anglo-Saxon Cemetery on Mill Hill, Deal, Kent. Society for Medieval Archaeology Monograph Series 14 (Leeds).

Internet publications

Contributions to journals and monographs

  • Brugmann, B, Gundlach, R, & Fuhrmann, C, 2015: 'Wann wird Blue Shield Deutschland gegründet?', ICOM Deutschland Mitteilungen 2015, Heft 37, 2015, 8-9, Accessed: 5 December 2015.
  • Brugmann, B, 2015: 'Beads', in C.J.R. Fern, Before Sutton Hoo: the Prehistoric Remains and Early Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Tranmer House, Bromeswell, Suffolk. East Anglian Archaeology Report 155 (Dereham 2015) 126-129.
  • Brugmann, B, 2012: 'Glass and amber beads', 'The chronology of the Flixton Cemetetries', in: S. Boulter & P. Walton Rogers, Circles and Cemeteries: Excavations at Flixton, Volume I. East Anglian Archaeology Report 147 (Dereham 2012) 106-113; 149-157.
  • Brugmann, B, 2012: 'Discussion of shared graves', 'Brooches and a brooch model', 'Pendants', 'Beads', 'Pin and rods', 'Ear-rings', 'Bracelets', 'Finger rings', 'Purse-mounts and firesteels', 'Skimmers and quartz balls', 'Copper-alloy and iron rings', 'Copper-alloy and iron chains', 'Copper-alloy sheet mounts', 'Buckland cemetery chronology' and 'Buckand in its continental context', in: K. Parfitt & T. Anderson (eds), Buckland Anglo-Saxon Cemetery, Dover, Excavations 1994. The Archaeology of Canterbury New Series VI (Ashford 2012) 29, 72-123, 147-149, 163-164, 172-173, 323-360, 378-383.
  • Brugmann, B, 2011: 'Migration and endogenous change', in: H. Hamerow, D. Hinton & S. Crawford, (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Anglo-Saxon Archaeology (Oxford) 30-45.
  • Brugmann, B, 2011: 'Wire rings, toilet sets, pendants and beads', in: K. Penn, The Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Shrubland Hall Quarry, Coddenham, Suffolk. East Anglian Archaeology Report 139 (Dereham).
  • Brugmann, B, 2010: 'Beads', in: F.K. Annable & B.N. Eagles, The Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Blacknall Field, Pewsey, Wiltshire. Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Society Monograph 4 (Trowbridge 2010) 42-50.
  • Brugmann, B, 2009: 'Glass beads', in: C. Scull, Early Medieval (Late 5th-Early 8th Centuries AD) Cemeteries at Boss Hall and Buttermarket, Ipswich, Suffolk. Society for Medieval Archaeology Monograph 27 (Leeds) 92-97.
  • Brugmann, B, Hamerow, H & Harlan, D, 2007: 'The Novum Inventorium Sepulchrale: Anglo-Saxon Graves and Grave Goods from Kent in the Sonia Hawkes Archive', in: M. Henig & T.J. Smith (eds), Collectanea Antiqua: Essays in Memory of Sonia Chadwick Hawkes. British Archaeological Reports, International Series 1673 (Oxford) 45-47.
  • Brugmann, B, 2006: 'Background to the report', in: S. Hawkes & G. Grainger, The Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Finglesham, Kent. Oxford University School of Archaeology Monograph 64 (Oxford).
  • Brugmann, B, Hoxha, G, 2005: 'An Archaeological Environment Inventory for Kosovo', Historic Environment Record News 5, 2005, 5f.
  • Brugmann, B, 2005: 'Angeln, Sachsen, Jüten und Angelsachsen', in: M. Knaut & D. Quast (eds), Die Völkerwanderung. Europa zwischen Antike und Mittelalter. Archäologie in Deutschland (Stuttgart) 73-9.
  • Brugmann, B, 2005: 'Zur Datierung von Glasperlen in angelsächsischen Körpergräbern', in: H.-J. Häßler (ed.), Neue Forschungsergebnisse zur nordwesteuropäischen Frühgeschichte unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der altsächsischen Kultur im heutigen Niedersachsen. Studien zur Sachsen-forschung 15 (Oldenburg) 119-147.
  • Brugmann, B, 2004: 'A Further Introduction', in: J. M. Cook, Early Anglo-Saxon Buckets. A Corpus of Early Anglo-Saxon Copper- and Iron-bound Stave-built Vessels, edited by B. Brugmann. Oxford University School of Archaeology Monograph 60 (Oxford) 21-44.
  • Brugmann, B, 2003: 'Glass beads from Early Anglo-Saxon Graves', Bead Study Trust Newsletter 41, 6-8.
  • Brugmann, B, 2003: 'Traffic Light Beads‟ in Early Anglo-Saxon England', Current Archaeology 185, 223-225.
  • Brugmann, B, 2000: 'The beads', in: K. Penn, Excavations on the Norwich Southern Bypass, 1989-91. Part 2: The Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Harford Farm, Markshall, Norfolk. East Anglian Report 92 (Ashford) 91-95.
  • Brugmann, B, Parfitt, K & Rettner, A, 2000: 'Anglo-Saxon Spur from the Mill Hill, Deal Cemetery', Kent Archaeological Review 140, 229–230.
  • Brugmann B, 1999: 'The role of continental artefact-types in 6th-century Kentish chronology', in: J. Hines, K. Høilund Nielsen & F. Siegmund (eds), The pace of change. Studies in early-medieval chronology (Oxford) 37–64.
  • Brugmann, B, 1999: 'The Bird Mount', in: K. Parfitt, 'A Bird Mount and Other Anglo-Saxon Finds: Rip-ple/Ringwould', Archaeologia Cantiana 119, 91-95.
  • Brugmann, B, 1997: 'Die Perlen des angelsächsischen Gräberfeldes von Mill Hill, Deal', in: U. von Freeden & A. Wieczorek (eds), Perlen: Archäologie, Technik und Statistik. Akten des Internationalen Perlensymposiums in Mannheim, vom 16.-19.11.1994. Kolloquien zur Vor- und Frühgeschichte 1 (Bonn) 125-132.
  • Brugmann, B, 1996: 'Drei Frauen in einem Boot? Ein forschungsgeschichtlicher Abriß zum Nachweis von Anglinnen, Sächsinnen und Jütinnen in England', in: H. Brandt & J. Koch (eds), Königin, Klosterfrau, Bäuerin. Frauen im Frühmittelalter. Bericht der dritten Tagung des Netzwerks archäologisch arbeitender Frauen 19.-22. Okt. 1995 in Kiel (Münster) 73–82.
  • Brugmann, B, 1996: 'Das Gräberfeld von Mill Hill (Deal, Kent – GB)', in: A. Wieczorek, P. Périn & K. von Welck (eds), Die Franken – Wegbereiter Europas. Vor 1500 Jahren: König Chlodwig und seine Erben (Mainz) 922–994.
  • Brugmann, B, 1993: 'Bemerkungen zur relativen Chronologie mittel- und spätlatènezeitlicher Gräber-felder im Hunsrück-Nahe-Raum', Archäologisches Korrespondenzblatt 23, 77–86.

Book Reviews

  • Jonathan Scheschkewitz, Das spätrömische und angelsächsische Gräberfeld von Wasperton, Warwickshire', Germania 87, 2009, 660-664.
  • 'Margaret Guido, 'The Glass Beads of Anglo-Saxon England c. AD 400-700. A Preliminary Visual Classification of the More Definitive and Diagnostic Types. Reports of the Society of the Antiquaries of London 58 (London 1999)', Medieval Archaeology 45, 2001, 391-393.
  • 'John Hines (ed.), The Anglo-Saxons from the Migration Period to the Eighth Century. An Ethnographic Perspective. Studies in Historical Archaeoethnology 2. Center for Interdisciplinary Research on Social Stress, San Marino', Germania 78, 2000, 238–240.
  • 'Vera I. Evison & Prue Hill, Two Anglo-Saxon Cemeteries at Beckford, Hereford and Worcester. Council for British Archaeology Research Report 103, York 1996', Germania 77, 1999, 424-425.
  • 'Heinrich Härke, Angelsächsische Waffengräber des 5.–7. Jahrhunderts (Zeitschrift für Archäologie des Mittelalters Beih. 6)', Medieval Archaeology 39, 1995.