Below are selected publications by Anna Ritchie
Bachelier, A 1968 ‘Archaeology,’ in Cheetham, J H and Piper, J (eds) Wiltshire, A Shell Guide, 41–51.
Ritchie, A 1970 ‘Palisaded sites in North Britain: their context and affinities,’ Scottish Archaeological Forum 2, 48-67.
Ritchie, A 1972 ‘Painted pebbles in early Scotland,’ Proc Soc Antiq Scot104, 297-301.
Ritchie, JNG & A 1972 Edinburgh and South East Scotland Heinemann.
Ritchie, A 1973 ‘Empty islands or integration: an archaeological estimate of the Norse impact on the Northern Isles’ Northern Studies 1, 23-25.
Ritchie, A 1974 ‘Knap of Howar, Papa Westray, Orkney, 1973’ Northern Studies 3, 22-25.
Ritchie G & A 1974 ‘A long cist at Cnoc Aingil, Islay, Argyll’ Proc Soc Antiq Scot 106, 205-8.
Ritchie, JNG & A 1974 ‘Excavation of a barrow at Queenafjold, Twatt, Orkney’ Proc Soc Antiq Scot 105, 33-40.
Ritchie, A & G, Whittington, G & Soulsby, J 1974 ‘A prehistoric field-boundary from the Black Crofts, North Connel, Argyll’ Glasgow Archaeological Journal 3, 66-71.
Ritchie, A 1975 ‘Pict and Norseman in Northern Scotland’ Scottish Archaeological Forum 6.
Ritchie, A 1977 The Kingdom of the Picts. Chambers.
Ritchie, A 1977 ‘Excavation of Pictish and Viking-Age farmsteads at Buckquoy, Orkney’ Proc Soc Antiq Scot 108, 174-227.
Ritchie A & G 1977 ‘Die Orkey-Inseln im 3-Jahrtausand v. Chr’ Antike Velt 8, 15-22.
Ritchie, A 1979 ‘Portraits of the Britons?’ Popular Archaeology 1, 20-21.
Ritchie, G & Ritchie, A 1981 Scotland: Archaeology and History. Thames & Hudson.
Ritchie, A 1983 ‘Excavation of a Neolithic farmstead at Knap of Howar, Papa Westray, Orkney’ Proc Soc Antiq Scot 113, 40-121.
Ritchie, A 1984 ‘Birsay around AD 800’, Orkney Heritage, 2 (1983), 46–66.
Clarke, DV, Ritchie A & G 1984 ‘Two cists from Boatbridge Quarry, Thankerton, Lanarkshire [with Beaker]’ Proc Soc Antiq Scot 114, 557-60.
Ritchie, A 1985 ‘Orkney in the Pictish Kingdom’, in Renfrew, C (ed) The Prehistory of Orkney, 183–204. Edinburgh University Press.
Ritchie, A 1985 Orkney and Shetland (Exploring Scotland’s Heritage), HMSO.
Ritchie, A 1986 Brough of Birsay, HMSO.
Ritchie, A 1987 ‘The Picto-Scottish Interface in Material Culture’, in Small, A (ed) The Picts – A New Look at Old Problems, 59–67. University of Dundee.
Ritchie, A 1988 Scotland BC: An Introduction to the Prehistoric Houses, Tombs, Ceremonial Monuments and Fortifications in the Care of the Secretary of State for Scotland, HMSO.
Ritchie, A 1989 Picts: an introduction to the life of the Picts and the carved stones in the care of the Secretary of State for Scotland, HMSO.
Ritchie, A & Breeze, DJ 1991 Invaders of Scotland: Introduction to the Archaeology of the Romans, Scots, Angles and Vikings, HMSO.
Ritchie, A 1993 Viking Scotland, Historic Scotland.
Ritchie, A 1993 The Ancient Monuments of Orkney, Historic Scotland.
Ritchie, A (ed) 1994 Govan and its early medieval sculpture, Sutton.
Ritchie, A 1994 Perceptions of the Picts: from Eumenius to John Buchan, Groam House Museum Trust.
Ritchie, A 1995 ‘Meigle and lay patronage in Tayside in the 9th and 10th centuries AD’ TAFAC J 1, 1-10.
Ritchie, A 1995 Prehistoric Orkney, Historic Scotland/Batsford.
Ritchie, A 1996 Orkney (Exploring Scotland’s Heritage), HMSO.
Ritchie, A 1997 Iona, Historic Scotland.
Ritchie, A 1997 Orkney (Exploring Scotland’s Heritage), HMSO.
Ritchie, A 1997 Shetland (Exploring Scotland’s Heritage), HMSO.
Ritchie, A 1997 ‘The Picts in Shetland’ in Henry, D (ed) The Worm, The Germ and the Thorn, Pinkfoot Press
Ritchie, A 1997 Meigle Museum: Pictish carved stones, Historic Scotland.
Ritchie, A & G 1998 Scotland: An Oxford Archaeological Guide, OUP.
Ritchie, A 1999 Govan and its carved stones, Pinkfoot Press.
Ritchie, A (ed) 2000 Neolithic Orkney in its European Context, McDonald Institute Monograph, Cambridge.
Ritchie, A & Fisher, I 2001 Iona Abbey and Nunnery, Historic Scotland.
Ritchie, A 2003 ‘Paganism among the Picts and the Conversion of Orkney’ in Downes and Ritchie, Sea Change
Downes, J & Ritchie A (eds) 2003 Sea Change: Orkney and Northern Europe in the Later Iron Age AD 300-800, Orkney Heritage Society.
Ritchie, A 2004 Hogback gravestones at Govan and beyond, Friends of Govan Old.
Ritchie, A 2005 ‘Clothing among the Picts’, Costume 39, 28-42.
Ritchie, A (ed) 2005 Kilellan Farm, Ardnave, Islay:Excavations of a Prehistoric to Early Medieval Site by Colin Burgess and Others, 1954-1976, Soc Ant Scot.
Ritchie, A (2006) ‘Paganism among the Picts and the Conversion of Orkney’ in Downes and Ritchie, Sea Change.
Downes, J & Ritchie A (eds) 2006 Sea Change: Orkney and Northern Europe in the Later Iron Age AD 300-800, Orkney Heritage Society.
Ritchie, A, Scott, IG & Gray, TE 2006 People of Early Scotland, Pinkfoot Press.
Ewart, G, Gallagher, D & Ritchie, A 2007 ‘The Dupplin Cross: recent investigations’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot 137, 319-336.
Ritchie, A 2008 ‘A fragment of a Pictish symbol-bearing slab with carving in relief from Mail, Cunningsburgh, Shetland’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot 138, 185-192.
Ritchie, A 2009 On the fringe of Neolithic Europe; excavation of a chambered cairn on the Holm of Papa Westray, Soc Ant Scot.
Scott, I G & Ritchie, A 2009 Pictish and Viking-Age Carvings from Shetland, RCAHMS.
Barclay, GG & Ritchie, A (eds) 2010 Artefactual, environmental and archaeological evidence from the Holyrood Parliament Site excavations, Scottish Archaeological Internet Reports 40.
Ritchie, A 2011 ‘Cemeteries of platform cairns and long cists around Sinclair’s Bay, Caithness’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot 141, 125-143.
Ritchie, A 2011 A Shetland Antiquarian: James Thomas Irvine of Yell, Shetland Amenity Trust.
Ritchie, A 2012 ‘Cemeteries of platform cairns and long cists around Sinclair’s Bay, Caithness’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot 141, 125-143.
Ritchie, A (ed) 2012 Historic Bute:Land and People, Scottish Society for Northern Studies.
Scott, IG & Ritchie, A 2014 ‘Pictish symbol stones and early cross-slabs from Orkney’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot 144, 169-204.
Ritchie, A 2018 ‘Another Pictish Cross-of-arcs: An Old Find from Shetland Re-interpreted’, Proc Soc Antiq Scot 147: 119-26.
Ritchie, A & Thickpenny, C 2021 ‘An Overlooked Gem of Pictish Art: The Cross-Slab Fragment from St Ringan’s Cairn in Aberdeenshire’, Medieval Archaeology 65, 269-285