Below you can find links to some online reading material (free of charge) about REAP as well as related material you may have to visit a library to read.
REAP PublicationsGondek, M. and Noble, G. 2017. Rhynie: New Perspectives on Settlement in Pictland in the 5th and 6th centuries AD and the Context of Pictish Symbol Stones, in S. Sepmple, C. Orsini and S. Mui (eds) Life on the Edge: Social, Political and Religious Frontiers in Early Medieval Europe, Braunschweig: Braunschweigisches Landesmuseum (Neue Studien zur Sacsenforschung), pp. 59 - 69.
Noble, G., Gondek, M., Campbell, E. and Cook, M. 2013. Between prehistory and history: the archaeological detection of social change among the Picts. Antiquity 338 (December 2013).
Noble, G. and Gondek, M. 2011. Symbol Stones in Context: Excavations at Rhynie, an undocumented Pictish Power Centre of the 6th-7th centuries AD? Medieval Archaeology 55, 317- 321.
Noble, G. and Gondek, M. 2011. ‘A Dark Age Power Centre at Rhynie.’ British Archaeology 120 (Sept-Oct 2011), 36-41.
Gondek, M. & Noble, G. 2010. Together as one: the landscape of the symbol stones at Rhynie, Aberdeenshire, in S. Driscoll, J. Geddes & M. Hall (eds) Pictish Progress: Pictish Studies for the 21st Century, Leiden: Brill, pp. 281-306
Gondek, M. and Noble, G. 2006. Landscape with Symbols, British Archaeology, 87 (Mar-Apr 2006), 16-17.
Related and Background ReadingNoble, G. 2015. 'Prehistoric, Roman and Early Medieval Aberdeenshire'. in DW Walker & M Woodworth (eds), The Buildings of Scotland. Aberdeenshire: North and Moray. Pevsner Architectural Guides, Yale University Press, pp. 9-21.
Foster S. 2014. Picts, Gaels and Scots. Early Historic Scotland, 3rd ed. Edinburgh: Birlinn.
Gondek, M. 2007. Pictish symbol stones: caught between prehistory and history, in A. Mazel, G. Nash, & C. Waddington (eds) Art as Metaphor: The Prehistoric Rock-art of Britain, Archaeopress, Oxford, pp. 69-89.
Alcock, L. 2003. Kings and Warriors, Craftsmen and Priests in Northern Britain AD 550–850. Society of Antiquaries of Scotland monograph, Edinburgh.