Yeavering Archive: Table of Contents
A number of sources have been used to help create the reconstructions of Yeavering. These have been archived here. You can click on any document to view it.
Photographs and plans from Hope-Taylor (1977)
Fig 55, showing the fire reddened area on the cuneus. Evidence that brushwood was placed against the NW corner and deliberately set alight
Fig 12, The general site plan
Fig 17, Area A, buildings A3-8
Plate 33, showing external buttress pits of the n wall of building A4
Plate 40, showing depth of foundations
Plate 45, showing outer trench of Great Enclosure
Fig 29, showing the vertical section through the Great Enclosure inner trench
Fig 77, showing phase IIIc
Plate 92, excavated area showing the cuneus (theatre) foundations
Discovery: how the site was discovered
Brian Hope-Taylor: excavator of Yeavering
Beyond Yeavering: unexcavated Ad Gefrin
Origins of Yeavering: Yeavering before Ad Gefrin
King Edwin's Palace, Old Yeavering: Structural and Historical Assessment by P.F. Ryder
Brian Hope-Taylor's Obituary by Professor James Graham-Campbell dated 10 February 2001
Forgetting Gefrin, Elements of the Past in the Past at Yeavering by P. Frodsham
Aerial photographs of the site and adjacent areas, by AirFotos
Aerial photograph of the site today, by AirFotos
Aerial photograph of unexplored Yeavering on the south side of the road by Tim Gates
Aerial photograph of Yeavering as first seen in 1949 taken by J.K.S. St Joseph, Cambridge University Collection of Air Photographs
Plate 106 from Yeavering (Hope-Taylor 1977) showing a model reconstruction of A4, the west end
Plate 108 from Yeavering (Hope-Taylor 1977) reconstruction model of Ad Gefrin as it might have appeared to Penda and Cadwallon had they attacked Edwin's township from the air.
Fig 58, Hope-Taylor's reconstruction of the cuneus
Reconstruction of Yeavering by Peter Dunn, in Anglo-Saxon England by Martin Welch. English Heritage Batsford Book ISBN 0 7134 6566 2.
Reconstruction of the Great Enclosure from Bede's World, Jarrow
Front cover from Bede's Ecclesiastical History of the English People (Cotton Tiberius Cii) By permission of the British Library.
Extract from Bede dealing with the conversion at Ad Gefrin with mouseover translation (Cotton Tiberius Cii). By permission of the British Library.
The Lord's Prayer in Old English (written)
The Lord's Prayer in Old English (spoken) by Professor Richard Bailey