Recent Book Chapters and Papers (last five years)
- Willmott, H., Townend, P., Mahoney Swales, D., Poinar, H., Eaton, K. & Klunk, J. 2020. A Black Death mass grave at Thornton Abbey: the discovery and examination of a fourteenth-century rural catastrophe. Antiquity 94 (373), 179-96 .
- Willmott, H. & Daubney, A. 2020. Of saints, sows or smiths? Copper-brazed iron handbells in Early Medieval England, The Archaeological Journal 177, 63-82.
- Willmott, H. 2019. Glaziers and the removal, recycling, and replacement of windows during the Reformation in England. Church Archaeology 19.
- Willmott, H. 2018. Cooking, dining and drinking, in Gerrard, C. & Guttierrez, A., The Oxford Handbook of Later Medieval Archaeology. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 697-712.
- Willmott, H. & Townend, P. 2016. Excavations at the Priory of St. Mary Magdalene of Lund, Monk Bretton. Yorkshire Archaeological Journal 88, 121-50.
- Willmott, H. & Welham, K. 2015. Saxon glass furnaces, in Gilchrist, R. (ed.). Glastonbury Abbey Excavations 1904-79, London: Society of Antiquaries of London Monograph, 218-38.
- Willmott, H. 2015. Table glass in the West Country home, c. 1500-1700, in Allan J, Alcock, N & Dawson, D. (eds) West Country Households, 1500-1700. Woodbridge: The Boydell Press, 321-38.
Full publications list
- The Dissolution of the Monasteries. Equinox Publishing (2020)
- (with I Lazar) The Glass from the Gnalić Wreck. Univerza na Primorskem, Koper. (2006)
- A History of English Glassmaking, AD43-1800. Stroud. (2005)
- (with K Tyler) John Baker's 17th-Century Glass Furnace at Vauxhall. Museum of London Archaeology Service Monograph 28. (2005)
- (ed. with M Carroll & D Hadley) Consuming Passions, Dining from Antiquity to the 18th Century. Stroud. (2005)
- Post-Medieval Glass in England, c.1500-1670. Council for British Archaeology Research Report 132. (2002)
Chapters and refereed papers
- A Black Death mass grave at Thornton Abbey: the discovery and examination of a fourteenth-century rural catastrophe (with Townend, P., Mahoney Swales, D., Poinar, H., Eaton, K. & Klunk, J.). Antiquity 94 (373), 179-96.
- Of saints, sows or smiths? Copper-brazed iron handbells in Early Medieval England (with A. Daubney), The Archaeological Journal 176, 63-82 (2020).
- Glaziers and the removal, recycling, and replacement of windows during the Reformation in England. Church Archaeology 19 (2019).
- Cooking, dining and drinking, in Gerrard, C. & Guttierrez, A., The Oxford Handbook of Later Medieval Archaeology. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 697-712 (2018)
- Excavations at the Priory of St. Mary Magdalene of Lund, Monk Bretton. (with P. Townend), Yorkshire Archaeological Journal 88, 121-50 (2016)
- (with K. Welham). Saxon Glassworking at Glastonbury, in Gilchrist, R. (ed.) Glastonbury Abbey. Excavations 1904-1979. London: Society of Antiquaries of London, 218-38. (2015).
- Table glass in the West Country home, c. 1500-1700, in Allan J, Alcock, N & Dawson, D. (eds) West Country Households, 1500-1700. Woodbridge: The Boydell Press, 321-38. (2015).
- (with J. Farrelly & C. O'Brien) Excavations of an Early 17th-century glass-making site in Shinrone, Co. Offaly, Ireland. Post-Medieval Archaeology 48/1, 45-89. (2014)
- 'Glazeniers en het vervaardigen, herstellen en hergebruiken van vensters', Jaarboek Abdijmuseum ten Duinen Novi Monasterii 13, 121-8. (2013).
- A Brown Stoneware Phallic Jug from Doncaster, South Yorkshire, Post-Medieval Archaeology 48/1, 253-5. (2014).
- (with K. Welham) Late Seventh-Century Glassmaking at Glastonbury Abbey, Journal of Glass Studies 55, 71-83. (2013).
- (with A Bryson) Changing to Suit the Times, a Post-Dissolution History of Monk Bretton Priory, South Yorkshire. Post-Medieval Archaeology 47/1, 136-63. (2013).
- (with C Jackson & I Miller) Glass recipes and the output from a 19th-century glass works: examples from Percival, Vickers & Co. Ltd., Jersey Street, Manchester. Industrial Archaeology Review 34/1, 51-64. (2012).
- (with D Mahoney-Swales & R O´Neill) The hidden material culture of death: coffins and grave goods in late 18th- and early 19th-century Sheffield, in King, C & Sayer, D. (eds) The Archaeology of Post-Medieval Religion. Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology Monograph, 215-232. (2011).
- Irish glassmaking in its wider context, in Hearne, JM (ed) Glassmaking in Ireland 100AD - 2005 AD. An archaeological, historical, social and economic survey, 1-14. Irish Academic Press (2010)
- (with I Lazar) The glass from the Gnalić Wreck- preliminary report. Annales du 17e Congrès de l´Association Internationale pour l´Histoire du Verre Anvers, 2006 , 333-8. (2009)
- Chapter 17 Glass, in Gerrard, C and Aston, M, The Shapwick Project, Somerset. A Rural Landscape Explored. Society for Medieval Archaeology Monograph 25, 765-78 (2007).
- (with A Telfer) Rich refuse: a rare find of late 17th-century and mid- 18th-century glass and tin-glazed wares from an excavation in the National Gallery, London, Post-Medieval Archaeology 40/1, 191-213. (2006)
- (with I Lazar) The late 16th-century glass from the Gnalić Wreck, an overview of forms., in Guštin, M, Gelichi, S and Spindler, K, The Heritage of the Serenissima, The presentation of the architectural and archaeological remains of the Venetian Republic. Ljubljana , Annales Mediterranea, 99-104. (2006)
- Tudor Dining, object and image at the table, in Carroll, M & Hadley D and Willmott, H Consuming Passions, Dining from Antiquity to the 18th Century. Stroud, 121-142. (2005)
- Venetian and façon de Venise glass in England , in Page, J (ed), Beyond Venice , Glass in the Venetian Tradition. New York , 270-307. (2004)
- Tudor and Stuart Glass in London. Current Archaeology 186. (2003)
- 2003 Some evidence for glassmaking from Silkstone, nr Barnsley , South Yorkshire . Centre For Archaeology Report 74/2003 . English Heritage, Portsmouth .
- Glass in London and England ; forms and use, in Veeckman, J (ed), Maiolica en Glas van Italië naar Antwerpen en vender. De overdracht van technologie in de 16de-begin 17de eeuw. Antwerpen, 187-200. (2002)
- Anglo-Dutch Drinking Glasses, comparisons of early 17th-century material culture. Journal of the Glass Association 6, 7-20. (2001)
- A Group of 17th- Century Glass Goblets with Restored Stems; considering an archaeology of repair. Post-Medieval Archaeology 35, 96-105. (2001)
- The Classification and Mould Grouping of Lion Mask Stems from London . Annales du 14 Congrès de L´Association Internationale pour l´Histoire du Verre, Italia Venezia-Milano 1998, 389-95. (2000)
- English 16th- and 17th-Century Vessel Glass in the Context of Dining, in de Boe, G & Verhaeghe, F (eds), Material Culture in Medieval Europe, Papers of the Medieval Europe Bruges 1997 Conference Vol. 7, 185-190. (1997)
- Vessel glass, in Gilchrist, R (ed.) Glastonbury Abbey Excavations 1904-79, London: Society of Antiquaries of London Monograph, 311-13. (2015)
- Glass, in Stansbie, D, Brown, R, Allen, T & Hardy, A. The Excavation of Iron Age Ditches and a Medieval Farmstead at Allcourt Farm, Little London, Lechlade 1999. Transactions of the Bristol & Gloucestershire Archaeological Society 131 65 (2013)
- Glass, in Ford et al., Under the Oracle. Excavations at the Oracle Shopping Centre site 1996-8: the medieval and post-medieval urban development of the Kennet floodplain in Reading. Oxford Archaeology Monograph 36, 185-90. (2013).
- Glass, in Brown, R & Hardy, A. Trade and Prosperity, War and Poverty. An Archaeological and historical investigation into Southampton's French Quarter. Oxford: Oxford Archaeology Monograph 15, 182-99. (2011)
- 19 The Glass, in Harding, C, Marlow-Mann, E, & Wrathmel, S. The Post-Medieval Farm and Vicarage Sites. Wharram A Study of Settlement on the Yorkshire Wolds XII, York University Archaeological Publications 14, 239-52. (2010)
- Post-Medieval Glassware, in Burch, M, Treveil, P. & Keene, D. The Development of Early Medieval and Later Poultry and Cheapside. Excavations at 1 Poultry and Vicinity, City of London. London: Museum of London Archaeology Monograph Series 38, 277-91. (2010)
- Southampton French Quarter 1382 Specialist Report Download F8: Glass. Oxford Archaeology. Available at http://thehumanjourney.net (2009)
- Glass, in Norton, A. & Cockin, G. Excavations at The Classics Centre, 65-67 St Giles, Oxford. Oxoniensia 73, 185. (2009)
- Glass, in Miles, A. & White, W. Burial at the site of the parish church of St Benet Sherehog before and after the Great Fire. London, MoLAS Monograph 39, 68. (2008)
- Glass, in Munby, J et al From Stadium to Station Rewley Abbey and Rewley Road Station, Oxford. Oxford. Oxford Archaeology Occasional Paper No 16, 57-8. (2007)
- Glass Objects, in Mays, S, Harding, C and Heighway, C. (eds) The Churchyard. Wharram a Study of Settlement on the Yorkshire Wolds XI, York University Archaeological Publications 13, 299-301. (2007)
- Appendix 9: Glass, in Brady, K, Smith, A, Laws, G, Abingdon West Central Development. Oxoniensia 73, 183-85. (2007)
- The glass, in Nolan, J and Vaughan, J, Excavations at Oakwellgate, Gateshead, 1999. Archaeologia Aeliana 5th Series XXXVI, 218-22. (2007)
- Medieval and post-medieval glass, in: Garner, D et al. Excavations at Chester, 25 Bridge Street 2001: two thousand years of urban life in microcosm. Archaeol Serv Excav Surv Rep 14, 288-301. (2007)
- Stone Artefacts, in Caple, C. Excavations at Dryslwyn Castle 1980-1995. Society for Medieval Archaeology Monograph Series 26, 272-7. (2007)
- Glass, in Dungworth, D, & Cromwell, T, Glass and pottery manufacture at Silkstone, Yorkshire. Post-Medieval Archaeology 40/1, 169-171. (2006)
- The vessel glass from the 13th to 16th centuries, in Cramp, R, Wearmouth and Jarrow Monastic Sites. Swindon , English Heritage, 321-324. (2006)
- The glass (with Tyson, R), in Killock, D and Meddens, F (eds) A 17th-century maritime site in Limehouse, London , Post-Medieval Archaeology 39/1. 52-8. (2005)
- The vessel glass, in Woodfield, C, The Church of Our Lady of Mount Carmel and some conventual buildings at the Whitefriars, Coventry. BAR British Series 389, 332-7. (2005)
- (with G Davies) A group of decorated ceramic beer pump handles from Sheffield . Post-Medieval Archaeology 38 , 226-8. (2004)
- Drinking Glasses With Mould-Blown Stems, 1500-1640. Finds Research Group 700-1700 Data Sheet 31 . (2003)
- Glass, in Watts , L, Jones, A and Rahtz, P, The Roman Villa at Blansby Park , Pickering : excavations at the Park Gate Roman site in 2000. Yorkshire Archaeological Journal 75 , 51-2. (2003)