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Wyatt, David 2020. Reading between the lines: tracking slaves and slavery in the early middle ages. In: Gruszczyński, Jacek, Jankowiak, Marek and Shepard, Jonathan eds. Viking-Age Trade : Silver, Slaves and Gotland, Routledge Archaeologies of the Viking World, Taylor and Francis,

Davis, Oliver, Horton, Dave, McCarthy, Helen and Wyatt, David 2019. CAER heritage: legacies of co-produced research. In: Graham, Helen and Vergunst, Jo eds. Heritage as community research: Legacies of co-production, Policy Press, pp. 129-148.

Wyatt, David 2017. Taking history into the World. In: Loughran, Tracey ed. A practical Guide to Studying History: Skills and Approaches, Bloomsbury Academic, pp. 299-310.

Wyatt, David 2017. Slavery and cultural antipathy. In: Rosu, F. and Pargas, D.A. eds. Critical Readings on Global Slavery, Brill, pp. 742-799. (10.1163/9789004346611)

Davis, Oliver, Sharples, Niall, Wyatt, David, Brook, Diane and Young, Timothy 2016. Geophysical survey and community engagement at Caerau Ringwork, Cardiff. Archaeology in Wales 55 , pp. 13-19.

Wyatt, David 2016. Community impact. In: Sharples, Niall and Davis, Oliver eds. Excavations at Caerau Hillfort, Cardiff, South Wales 2015: An Interim Report, Department of Archaeology and Conservation,

Ancarno, Clyde, Davis, Oliver and Wyatt, David 2015. Forging communities: the CAER Heritage Project and the dynamics of co-production. In: O'Brien, D. and Matthews, P. eds. After Urban Regeneration: Communities, Policy and Place, Policy Press, pp. 113-130.

Davis, Oliver, Sharples, Niall Macpherson and Wyatt, David 2015. The CAER Heritage Project: A note on a second season of fieldwork at Caerau Hillfort, Cardiff, 2014. Archaeology in Wales 54 , pp. 35-42.

Davis, Oliver, Sharples, Niall and Wyatt, David 2015. Excavations at Caerau hillfort, Cardiff, South Wales, 2014: an interim report. [Project Report]. Cardiff Studies in Archaeology, vol. 35. Cardiff: School of History Archaeology and Religion Cardiff University,. Available at: https://caerheritageprojectdotcom1.files.wordpress...
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Wyatt, David 2014. Slavery, power and cultural identity in the Irish Sea region, 1066-1171. In: Sigurðsson, J. V. and Bolton, T. eds. Celtic-Norse Relationships in the Irish Sea in the Middle Ages 800-1200, The Northern World, vol. 40. Leiden: Brill Academic Publishers, pp. 97-108.

Davis, Oliver, Sharples, Niall Macpherson and Wyatt, David 2014. The CAER Heritage Project: A preliminary note on recent research and community engagement at Caerau Hillfort, Cardiff. Archaeology in Wales 53 , pp. 119-125.

Wyatt, David 2013. The Welshman, the Irishman and the Viking - Aberlleiniog Castle. In: Bowen, Huw V. ed. Buildings and Places in Welsh History, Gomer,

Wyatt, David 2012. Owain ap Cadwgan – the forgotten firebrand. In: Bowen, H. V. ed. Heroes and villains in Welsh history, Llandysul: Gomer, pp. 29-36.

Wyatt, David 2012. Slavery in northern Europe (Scandinavia and Iceland) and the British Isles 500-1420. In: Bradley, Keith, Cartledge, Paul, Eltis, David and Engerman, Stanley eds. Cambridge World History of Slavery, Vol. 2. Cambridge University Press,

Wyatt, David 2010. Slavery. In: Rogers, Clifford J. ed. The Oxford Encyclopedia of Medieval Warfare and Military Technology, Vol. 3. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 274-275.

Wyatt, David and Jones, William David 2010. Caethwas Ffoedig yng Nghaerdydd: Hanes William A. Hall a diddymiaeth Gymreig 1861-65' [A Fugitive Slave in Cardiff: The narrative of William A. Hall and Welsh anti-slavery sentiments 1861-65]. In: Williams, Daniel G. ed. Canu Caeth: Y Cymry A'r Affro-Americaniaid, Llandysul: Gomer, pp. 39-62.

Wyatt, David 2009. Slaves and warriors in Medieval Britain and Ireland, 800-1200. The Northern World, vol. 45. Boston: Brill Academic Publishers.

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