Pieta, Jenni and Lizzie were all contributors to The Staffordshire Hoard: an Anglo-Saxon Treasure, edited by Chris Fern, Tania Dickinson & Leslie Webster (2019) Society of Antiquaries of London.

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  • Altpeter, R. Fern, C. Fuller, K. Greaves, P. Miller, L. (October 2015) News in Conservation: the assembly of the Staffordshire Hoard objects  International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, Issue 50
  • Fern, C. and Greaves, P. (2015) The Staffordshire Hoard: A Monumental Anglo-Saxon Gold Hoard Monumental Treasures The Nordic Association of Conservators Finnish section. Helsinki conference. Pre-prints IIC publication
  • Butterworth, J. (October 2015) The Staffordshire Hoard: the Research Project Rescue 122 British Archaeological Trust
  • Greaves, P. (2014) The Staffordshire Hoard Conservation Programme and the Mercian Trail: reaffirming regional pride in our Anglo-Saxon past The impact of cross-disciplinary conservation on social development: the Institute of Archaeology Annual Conference 2014
  • Klemperer, D. Butterworth, J. Greaves, P (2014) Beowulf’s Mirror: Reflections on the Staffordshire Hoard West Midlands History Vol. 2 Issue 3
  • Cane, D. Cane, S. Greaves, P.  (2014) After the gold rush: creating and sustaining communities of interest of the Staffordshire hoard  ICOM-CC Triennial Conference.  Melbourne

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