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Jervis, Ben 2020. Resilience and society in medieval Southampton: An archaeological approach to anticipatory action, politics and economy. In: Jones, Chris, Kostick, Conor and Oschema, Klaus eds. Making the Medieval Relevant How Medieval Studies Contribute to Improving our Understanding of the Present, De Gruyter, pp. 255-276.
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Jervis, Ben 2019. Assemblage thought and archaeology. London and New York: Routledge.

Briggs, Chris, Jervis, Ben, Forward, Alice and Tompkins, Matthew 2019. People, possessions and domestic space in the late medieval escheators' records. Journal of Medieval History 45 (2) , pp. 145-161. 10.1080/03044181.2019.1593624
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Jervis, Ben 2018. Assemblage urbanism: becoming urban in late Medieval Southampton. Archaeological Dialogues 25 (2) , pp. 135-160. 10.1017/S138020381800017X
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Jervis, Ben 2018. Assembling the archaeology of the global Middle Ages. World Archaeology 49 (5) , pp. 666-680. 10.1080/00438243.2017.1406397
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Jervis, Ben 2018. Rules, identity and a sense of place in a medieval town: the case of Southampton's Oak Book. In: Jervis, Ben, Williams, Eleanor, Nugent, Ruth and Hausmair, Barbara eds. Archaeologies of Rules and Regulation: Between Text and Practice, Berghahn, pp. 25-42.

Jervis, Ben, Williams, Eleanor, Nugent, Ruth and Hausmair, Barbara 2018. Archaeologies of rules and regulation: an introduction. In: Jervis, Ben, Williams, Eleanor, Nugent, Ruth and Hausmair, Barbara eds. Archaeologies of Rules and Regulation: Between Text and Practice, Berghahn, pp. 1-20.

Jervis, Ben, Williams, Eleanor, Nugent, Ruth and Hausmair, Barbara 2018. Archaeologies of rules and regulation: between text and practice. Berghahn.

Jervis, Ben 2018. David Hinton and medieval archaeology: A personal appreciation. In: Jervis, Ben ed. The Middle Ages Revisited. Studies in the Archaeology and History of Medieval Southern England Presented to Professor David A. Hinton, Oxford: Archaeopress, pp. 5-10.

Jervis, Ben, ed. 2018. The Middle Ages revisited. Studies in theaArchaeology and history of Medieval Southern England presented to Professor David A. Hinton. Oxford: Archaeopress.

Forward, Alice and Jervis, Ben 2017. Living standards and material culture in English rural households 1300-1600. Medieval Settlement Research 32 , p. 84.
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Jervis, Ben 2017. Reply to comments: re-thinking Medieval things. Norwegian Archaeological Review 50 (1) , pp. 40-43. 10.1080/00293652.2017.1331460
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Jervis, Ben 2017. Assessing urban fortunes in six late medieval ports: an archaeological application of assemblage theory. Urban History 44 (1) , pp. 2-26. 10.1017/S0963926815000930
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Jervis, Ben 2017. Ceramics and coastal communities in medieval (12th-14th Century) Europe: negotiating identity in England's Channel ports. European Journal of Archaeology 20 (1) , pp. 148-167. 10.1017/eaa.2016.3
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Jervis, Ben, Whelan, Fiona and Livarda, Alexandra 2017. Cuisine and conquest: interdisciplinary perspectives on food, continuity and change in 11th-century England and beyond. In: Hadley, Dawn and Dyer, Christopher eds. The Archaeology of the Eleventh Century: Continuities and Transformations, Routledge, pp. 244-262.

Jervis, Ben 2017. Consumption and the "social self" in Medieval Southern England. Norwegian Archaeological Review 50 (1) , pp. 1-29. 10.1080/00293652.2017.1326978
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Jervis, Ben 2016. Decline or transformation? Archaeology and the late Medieval 'urban decline' in southern England. Archaeological Journal 174 (1) , pp. 211-243. 10.1080/00665983.2017.1229895
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Jervis, Ben 2016. Assemblage theory and town foundation in Medieval England. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 26 (3) , pp. 381-395. 10.1017/S0959774316000159
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Jervis, Ben 2016. Changing places? Place-making in Anglo-Saxon Hamwic, Southampton and Winchester. In: Jervis, Ben, Broderick, Lee G. and Grau Sologesota, Idoia eds. Objects, Environment and Everyday Life in Medieval Europe, Studies in the History of Daily Life (800-1600), Brepols, pp. 235-260.

Jervis, Ben 2016. Trade, cultural exchange and coastal identities in Early Anglo-Saxon Kent: a ceramic perspective. In: Willemsen, A. and Kik, H. eds. Golden Middle Ages in Europe. New Research into Early-Medieval Communities and Identities, Brepols, pp. 57-63.

Sibbesson, Emilie, Jervis, Ben and Coxon, Sarah, eds. 2016. Insight from innovation: New light on archaeological ceramics. Southampton: Highfield Press.

Jervis, Ben 2016. A picture says a thousand words? Decoration, effect and medieval pottery. In: Sibbesson, Emilie, Jervis, Ben and Coxon, Sarah eds. Insight from Innovation. New Light on Archaeological Ceramics, The Highfield Press, pp. 170-185.

Jervis, Ben, Barber, Luke, Blackmore, Lyn, Cotter, John, Jarrett, Chris, Jones, Phil, Mepham, Lorraine and Seddon, Berni 2016. Early Anglo-Saxon pottery in South East England: recent work and a research framework for the future. Medieval Ceramics 36
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Jervis, Ben, Broderick, Lee G. and Grau Sologestoa, Idoia, eds. 2016. Objects, environment, and everyday life in Medieval Europe. Studies in the History of Daily Life (800-1600), vol. HDL 3. Turnhout: Brepols. 10.1484/M.HDL-EB.5.110681

Jervis, Ben 2015. The context of pottery production in Late Saxon Chichester, England. In: Thuillier, F. and Louis, E. eds. Tourner autour du pot... Les ateliers de potiers médiévaux du Ve au XIIe siècle dans l’espace européen, Actes du colloque international de Douai (8-10 octobre 2010), Caen: Presses universitaires de Caen,

Jervis, Ben, Howard, Wendy and Bedigan, Kirsten, eds. 2015. Food and drink in archaeology 4. Prospect Books.

Jervis, Ben 2015. Provisioning and Diet in Hamwic (mid-Saxon Southampton): New data and new perspectives. In: Jervis, Ben, Howard, Wendy and Bedigan, Kirsten eds. Food & Drink in Archaeology, Vol. 4. Prospect Books, pp. 110-127.

Jervis, Ben, Briggs, Chris and Tompkins, Matt 2015. Exploring text and objects: Escheator's inventories and material culture in Medieval English rural households. Medieval Archaeology 59 (1) , pp. 168-92. 10.1080/00766097.2015.1119400
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Jervis, Ben 2014. Pots as things: value, meaning and medieval pottery in relational perspective. In: Blinkhorn, Paul and Cumberpatch, Christopher eds. The Chiming of Crack'd Bells: Recent Approaches to the Study of Artefacts in Archaeology, British Archaeological Reports International Series, vol. 2677. Oxford: Archaeopress, pp. 3-16.
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Jervis, Ben 2014. Middens, memory and the effect of waste. Beyond symbolic meaning in archaeological deposits. An early medieval case study. Archaeological Dialogues 21 (02) , pp. 175-196. 10.1017/S1380203814000208
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Jervis, Ben 2014. Pottery and social life in medieval England: Towards a relational approach. Oxbow Books.

Baeten, J., Jervis, Ben, De Vos, D. and Waelkens, M. 2013. Molecular evidence for the mixing of meat, fish and vegetables in Anglo-Saxon coarseware from Hamwic, UK. Archaeometry 55 (6) , pp. 1150-1174. 10.1111/j.1475-4754.2012.00731.x
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Jervis, Ben 2013. Conquest, ceramics, continuity and change. Beyond representational approaches to continuity and change in early medieval England: a case study from Anglo-Norman Southampton. Early Medieval Europe 21 (4) , pp. 455-487. 10.1111/emed.12026
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Jervis, Ben 2013. Rubbish and the creation of urban landscape. A case study from Medieval Southampton, UK. In: Bintliff, John and Caroscio, Marta eds. Pottery and Social Dynamics in the Mediterranean and Beyond in Medieval and Post-Medieval Times, Archaeopress, pp. 57-72.

Jervis, Ben 2013. Objects and social change: a case study from Saxo-Norman Southampton. In: Jones, Andrew M., Alberti, Benjamin and Pollard, Joshua eds. Archaeology After Interpretation: Returning Materials to Archaeological Theory, Left Coast Press, pp. 219-234.
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Jervis, Ben 2012. Cuisine and urban identities in medieval England: objects, foodstuffs and urban Life in thirteenth- and Fourteenth-century Hampshire. Archaeological Journal 169 (1) , pp. 453-479. 10.1080/00665983.2012.11020921
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Kyle, Alison and Jervis, Ben 2012. Make-do and mend: Archaeologies of compromise, repair and reuse. British Archaeological Reports.

Jervis, Ben 2012. Making-do or making the world? Tempering choices in Anglo-Saxon pottery manufacture. In: Jervis, Ben and Kyle, Alison eds. Make-do and mend: Archaeologies of compromise, repair and reuse, Archaeopress, pp. 67-80.

Jervis, Ben 2012. Medieval pottery from Romsey: an overview. Hampshire Studies 67 (Pt II) , pp. 32-46.
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Jervis, Ben 2011. A patchwork of people, pots and places: Material engagements and the construction of 'the social' in Hamwic (Anglo-Saxon Southampton), UK. Journal of Social Archaeology 11 (3) , pp. 239-265. 10.1177/1469605311420223
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Morris, James and Jervis, Ben 2011. What's so special? A reinterpretation of Anglo-Saxon 'special deposits'. Medieval Archaeology 55 (1) , pp. 66-81. 10.1179/174581711X13103897378401
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Jervis, Ben 2011. Medieval pottery in East Hampshire: a preliminary survey. Medieval Ceramics 32 , pp. 34-54.
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Jervis, Ben, Sly, Timothy, Lockyear, Kris and Popescu, Adrian 2011. The Medieval ceramic sequence from Noviodunum. Peuce 9 , pp. 327-340.

Jervis, Ben 2011. Pottery from two medieval tenements in Christchurch, Dorset: their contents and their contexts. Proceedings of the Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society 132 , pp. 131-144.
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Jervis, Ben 2010. Pottery. In: Thomas, Gabor ed. The later Anglo-Saxon settlement at Bishopstone. A downland manor in the making, Council for British Archaeology, pp. 87-101.

Jervis, Ben 2009. For richer, for poorer. A synthesis and discussion of medieval pottery from eastern Southampton in the context of the high and late medieval towns. Medieval Ceramics 30 , pp. 73-94.
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Jervis, Ben 2009. Pottery from late Saxon Chichester: A reassessment of the evidence. Sussex Archaeological Collections 147 , pp. 61-76.

Jervis, Ben 2008. Notes. Medieval Archaeology 52 (1) , p. 291. 10.1179/174581708x335521

Jervis, Ben 2008. Pottery and identity in Saxon Sussex. Medieval Ceramics 29 , pp. 1-8.
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