See below for the list of publications

  • H Mytum and L Burgess (eds) 2018 Death Across Oceans. Archaeology of Coffins and Vaults in Britain, America and Australia, Washington, Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press.
  • H Mytum 2018 Nativity Scenes on Gravestones in County Louth, Ireland. Church Monuments 32 (2017), 121-151.
  • H Mytum and J R Peterson 2018 The Application of Reflectance Transformation Imaging (RTI) in Historical Archaeology. Historical Archaeology 52.2 589-503.
  • H Mytum 2017 Early modern mortuary culture, in D. Gaimster, T. Hamling and C. Richardson (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Material Culture in Early Modern Europe​, 154-167. London, Routledge.
  • H Mytum 2017 An archaeology of remembering and forgetting: ‘good’ and ‘bad’ deaths on Irish mariners’ memorials. The Journal of Irish Archaeology, 25, 105-122.
  • H Mytum 2017 Nativity Scenes on Gravestones in County Louth, Ireland. Church Monuments 32, 121-151.
  • H Mytum 2017 Reflectance Transformation Imaging (RTI): Capturing Gravestone Detail via Multiple Digital. Association for Gravestone Studies Quarterly, 3-10. (Mytum, H. C., Chapman, K., Peterson, J. R., & Cross, A.).
  • H Mytum 2015 Mytum, H. (2015). Christmas in the Graveyard? Nativity scenes on County Louth headstones. Archaeology Ireland, 29.4, 26-29.
  • H Mytum 2013 Death, Burial and Commemoration. In: Smith, C ed(s). Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology. New York, Springer.
  • H Mytum 2013 Loyal yet independent: archaeological perspectives on remembering and forgetting World War I on the Isle of Man, in C. Dalglish (ed.) Engaging the Recent Past. Boydell & Brewer, Woodbridge, 35-53.
  • H Mytum 2012 'In Memoriam: Markers, Monuments and Headstones', in M.Connolly (ed.) The Unquiet Grave: The Development of Kerry’s Burial Grounds Through The Ages. Tralee, Kerry County Council, 24-48
  • H Mytum 2010 'Death seen visiting County Louth'. In G Cooney and U MacConville (eds.) A glorious gallimaufry (N Maxwell feschrift). Dublin, Wordwell, 183-185
  • H Mytum 2010 'This Stone was…' In G Cooney and U MacConville (eds.) A glorious gallimaufry (N Maxwell feschrift). Dublin, Wordwell, 186-189
  • H Mytum 2009 'Archaeological perspectives on external mortuary monuments of Plantation Ireland'. J. Lyttleton and C. Rynne (eds.) Plantation Ireland: Settlement and Material Culture, 1550–1650. Dublin, Four Courts Press, 165-181
  • H Mytum 2009 'Folk art in context of time and space'. In S Clerkin (ed.) Inscribed Histories. Monaghan, Monaghan County Council, 62-73
  • H Mytum 2009 'Mortality Symbols in Action: Protestant and Catholic memorials in early 18thcentury West Ulster'. Historical Archaeology 43.1, 160-182
  • H Mytum 2006 'The Wheeled cross headstones of West Ulster: towards a definition of the type'. Church Archaeology 10, 39-56
  • H Mytum 2006 'Popular attitudes to memory, the body, and social identity: the rise of external commemoration in Britain, Ireland, and New England'. Post-medieval Archaeology 40,1, 96-110
  • H Mytum 2004 Monuments and Burial Grounds of the Historic Period. Kluwer Academic/Plenum, New York
  • H Mytum 2004 'Artefact biography as an approach to material culture: Irish gravestones as a material form of genealogy'. Journal of Irish Archaeology 12/13, 113-129
  • H Mytum 2004 Mortuary Monuments and Burial Grounds of the Historic Period. New York, Kluwer Academic/Plenum
  • H Mytum 2004 'Local traditions in early eighteenth-century commemoration: the headstone memorials from Balrothery, Co. Dublin and their place in the evolution of Irish and British commemorative practice'. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy 104C, 1-35
  • H Mytum 2004 'A Long and Complex Plot: patterns of family burial in Irish graveyards from the 18th century'. Church Archaeology 5/6, 31-41
  • H Mytum 2004 'Graveyard survey in west Ulster'. Church Archaeology 5/6, 112-114
  • H Mytum and R Evans 2003 'The 18th and 19th century graveyard monuments of Killeevan, Co. Monaghan and Galloon, Co. Fermanagh', Clogher Record 18.1, 1-31
  • H Mytum and R Evans 2002 'The evolution of an Irish graveyard during the 18th century: the example of Killeevan, Co. Monaghan'. Journal of Irish Archaeology 11, 131-146.

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