T Wilmott, The Whitby Headland Project, 1993–2013 (English Heritage, forthcoming).
T Bell, ‘A Roman signal station at Whitby’, Archaeological Journal, 155 (1998), 303–22.
‘Anglian’ is used here rather than ‘Saxon’ or ‘Anglo-Saxon’, as the people who settled on the eastern seaboard of Britain in the 6th century called themselves ‘Angli’ or Angles, distinct from the Saxons who landed on the south-east and south coasts.
C Peers and CAR Radford, ‘The Saxon monastery of Whitby’, Archaeologia, 89 (1943), 27–88; see R Cramp, ‘Monastic sites’, in The Archaeology of Anglo-Saxon England, ed DM Wilson (London, 1976), 223–9, for a discussion of the plan of the Anglian features published by Peers and Radford.
Bede, The Ecclesiastical History of the English People, trans and ed L Sherley-Price, rev RE Latham (London, 1990).
B Colgrave, The Earliest Life of Gregory the Great, by an Anonymous Monk of Whitby (Lawrence, Kansas, 1968; reprinted Cambridge, 1985).
Bede, op cit.
W Page (ed), Victoria County History: A History of Yorkshire North Riding, vol 2 (London, 1923), 506 (accessed 14 Feb 2013); JC Atkinson (ed), Cartularium Abbathiae de Whiteby, vol 1, Surtees Society, 69 (Durham, London and Edinburgh, 1879), xxi (accessed 14 February 2013).
Atkinson, op cit, xxv–xxvii.
Ibid, introduction; J Burton, The Monastic Order in Yorkshire, 1069–1215 (Cambridge, 1999), 36 (accessed 27 March 2013).
Page, op cit, 508–9.
British Library, Add MS 4715; Atkinson, op cit.
J Binns, Sir Hugh Cholmley of Whitby, 1600–1657: Ancestry, Life and Legacy (Pickering, 2008).
Ibid; J Binns (ed), Memoirs and Memorials of Sir Hugh Cholmley of Whitby, 1600–1657, Yorkshire Archaeological Society Record Series 153 (Woodbridge, 2000).
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Charlton, op cit, xvii; A White, A History of Whitby (Chichester, 1993), 23–6.
Page, op cit, 517.
Wilmott, op cit.