Journal Articles

  1. Langlands, A. Placing the burh in Searobyrig: Rethinking the urban topography of early medieval Salisbury. Wiltshire Archaeology and Natural History Magazine, 107, 91-105.
  2. Langlands, A. Travel as communication: A Consideration of Overland Journeys in Anglo-Saxon England. World Archaeology, 43(3), 410-427.
  3. Langlands, A. Accessing the past on your doorstep: A community investigation in to the early history and archaeology of Laverstock, Wiltshire. Wiltshire Archaeology and Natural History Magazine, 102, 306-14.
  4. Langlands, A. Swanborough Tump. Wiltshire Archaeology and Natural History Magazine, 94, 249-267.


  1. Langlands, A. Alex Langlands and Ryan Lavelle(Ed.),Brill's Series on the Early Middle AgesBrill
  2. Langlands, A. The Ancient Ways of Wessex: Travel and Communication in an Early Medieval Landscape Windgather.

Book Chapters

  1. Langlands, A. Ceapmenn and Portmenn: Trade, Exchange and the Landscape of Early Medieval Wessex. In Alex Langlands and Ryan Lavelle (Ed.), The Land of the English Kin: Studies in Wessex and Anglo-Saxon England in honour of Professor Barbara Yorke (pp. 294-311). Brill
  2. Langlands, A. Local Places and Local People: Peasant Agency and the Formation of the Anglo-Saxon State. In Julio Escalona, Orri V├ęsteinsson and Stuart Brookes (Ed.), Polity and Neighbourhood in Early Medieval Europe (pp. 381-403). Brepols
  3. Reynolds, A. & Langlands, A. Social Identities on the Macro Scale: A Maximum View of Wansdyke. People and Space in the Early Middle Ages, AD 300-1300 (pp. 13-44). Brepols