Books and Monographs
- "Two Shield-bosses from Roman London" (1980), Britannia XI, 320-3.
- Archaeology in Britain (1986), British Museum Publications.
- Exploring the World of the Celts (1993), Thames and Hudson.
- Britain and the Celtic Iron Age (1997), British Museum Press (with Valery Rigby)
- The Atlantic Celts: Ancient People or Modern Invention?, British Museum Press, 1999 (Published in the USA by The University of Wisconsin Press, 1999).
- "Britons and Romans" (2001), CBA Research Report 125, (with M Millett)
- "Writing the Legions: The Past, Present and Future of Roman Military Studies in Britain" (2002), Archaeological Journal 159; 1-58.
- Excavations at Dura-Europos Final Report VII, the Arms and Armour and Other Military Equipment (2004), British Museum Press.
- "A Bloodless Past: The Pacification of Early Iron Age Britain" (2007); In Haselgrove and Pope, The Earlier Iron Age in Britain and the Near Continent, Oxbow Press.
- Rome and the Sword: How Warriors and Weapons Shaped Roman History (2011), Thames and Hudson.
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