1986. Brean Down, Current Archaeology
Caruana, I.D. & Selkirk, A.
1986. Carlisle, Current Archaeology
1985. A review of the evidence of human endoparasitism in the pre-Columbian New World through the study of coprolites, Journal of Archaeological Science
Jansen, J. Jr & Over, H.J.. 1966. Observations on helminth infections in a Roman army-camp, in Corradetti, A. (ed.), Proceedings of the 1st International Congress of Parasitology, Rome, Sept. 21–6 1964: volume II, 791. Oxford: Pergamon.
Jones, A.K.G. 1982. Human parasite remains: prospects for a quantitative approach, in Hall, A.R. & Kenward, H.K. (ed.), Environmental archaeology in the urban context: 66–70. London: Council for British Archaeology. Research Report 43.
Jones, A.K.G. 1985. Trichurid ova in archaeological deposits: their value as indicators of ancient faeces, in Fieller, N.R.J. et al. (ed.), Palaeobiological investigations: research design, methods and data analysis: 105–15. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports. International Series 226. Symposia of the Association for Environmental Archaeology 5B.
Kenward, H.K. & Large, F.R.. Forthcoming. Insect remains from Annetwell Street, Carlisle. Ancient Monuments Report Series.
Kenward, H. K. & Morgan, L.. 1985. Insect remains from the Castle Street site, Carlisle. Archive reports 1–3 submitted to the Ancient Monuments Laboratory.
Mccarthy, M.R. & Dacre, J.A.. 1983. Roman timber buildings at Castle Street, Carlisle, Antiquaries Journal
Pike, A W. & Biddle, M.. 1966. Parasite eggs in medieval Winchester, Antiquity
Richards, J.D. Forthcoming. Union Terrace: excavations in the Horsefair. London: Council for British Archaeology. The Archaeology of York AY11/1.