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Article

Bellamy, P; Milne, G; (2003) An evaluation of the late Medieval shipyard facilities at Small Hythe, Kent. Archaeologia Cantiana: transactions of the Kent Archaeological Society , 123 pp. 353-382.

Brookes, SJ; Milne, G; (2006) Towns and trade on an unkind coast: rewriting the history and maritime archaeology of the Cinque Ports. Romney Marsh Irregular , 28 pp. 5-13.

Milne, G; (2015) The Evolutionary Determinants of Health Programme: urban living in the 21st century from a human evolutionary perspective. Archaeology International , 18 pp. 84-96. 10.5334/ai.1809. Green open access
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Milne, G; (2004) The 14th-century Merchant Ship from Sandwich: a study in medieval maritime archaeology. Archaeologia Cantiana: transactions of the Kent Archaeological Society , 124 pp. 227-263.

Milne, G; (2002) A Medieval shipyard at Small Hythe. Romney Marsh Irregular pp. 12-22.

Milne, G; (2001) Joining the Medieval Fleet. British Archaeology (61) pp. 14-19.

Milne, G; (1996) Blackfriars ship 1: Romano-Celtic, Gallo-Roman or Classis Britannicae? International Journal of Nautical Archaeology , 25 (3-4) pp. 234-238. 10.1111/j.1095-9270.1996.tb00773.x.

Milne, G; Reynolds, A; (1994) The Medieval Lady Chapel at St Bride's Church. London Archaeologist , 7 (6) pp. 143-149.

Milne, G; Reynolds, A; (1993) St Vedast Church Rediscovered. London Archaeologist , 7 (3) pp. 67-72.

Milne, G.; (2004) The fourteenth-century merchant ship from Sandwich: a study in medieval maritime archaeology. Archaeologia Cantiana , 124 pp. 227-263.

Book

Milne, G; (2003) The Port of Medieval London. [Book]. Tempus: Stroud.

Book chapter

Milne, G; (2004) Site 45. In: Rahtz, PA and Watts, L, (eds.) Wharram: the North Manor area and North-West Enclosure. (pp. 19-35). York University: York.

Milne, G; (2000) A Roman provincial fleet: the Classis Britannica reconsidered. In: Oliver, G and Brock, R and Cornell, T and Hodkinson, S, (eds.) The Sea in Antiquity. (pp. 127-131). BAR International Series, 899: Oxford.

Milne, G; (1999) Maritime topography and Medieval London. In: Bill, J and Clausen, B, (eds.) Maritime topography and the Medieval Town, National Museum Studies in Archaeology and History. (pp. 145-152). University of Copenhagen: Copenhagen.

Milne, GR; A, ; (1997) The Archaeology of St Bride's Church. In: St Bride's Church, Lonon: Archaeological Research 1952-60 and 1992-5. (pp. 19-49). English Heritage: London.

Proceedings paper

Antoine, DM; Hillson, SW; Keene, D; Dean, MC; Milne, G; (2005) Using growth structures in teeth from victims of the Black Death to investigate the effects of the Great Famine (AD 1315-1317). In: AM J PHYS ANTHROPOL. (pp. 65 - 65). WILEY-LISS

Antoine, DM; Hillson, SW; Keene, D; Milne, G; Waldron, A; White, W; (2009) A study of human growth in London over the past 1000 years using tooth histology to determine a precise age-at-death. In: AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY. (pp. 78 - 78). WILEY-LISS

Antoine, DM; Hillson, SW; Keene, D; Milne, G; Waldron, A; White, W; (2008) An interdisciplinary study of human growth in London over the past 1000 years. In: AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY. (pp. 60 - 60). WILEY-LISS

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