Gordon, R. Faunal remains, in Brown, J, (forthcoming) Farmsteads and Funerary Sites, the M1 Junction 12 Improvements and the A5–M1 Link Road, Central Bedfordshire. Archaeological Investigations Prior to Construction, 2011 and 2015–16, Archaeopress
Thomas, R., Bellis, L. Gordon, R., Holmes, M., Mahoney, M. and Smith, D. (submitted) Refining the methods for identifying draught cattle in the archaeological record: lessons from the semi-feral herd at Chillingham Park. International Journal of
Gordon, R. and Schofield (in prep) Jews or Christians: the faunal assemblage from a 12th-century wattle-lined pit at 1-6 Milk Street in the City of London and its significance. The London and Middle Archaeological Society Transactions
Gordon, R. (2018) Animal bone and antler fragments, in Egan, S, and Atkins, R, Pit alignment and a middle Saxon open-ground cemetery at land off Banbury Road, Southam, Warwickshire, Birmingham and Warwickshire Archaeological Society, 120, 41-74
Gordon. R. (2017) The animal bone. In: Chapman, A. and Chapman, P. (eds) Bronze Age Monuments and Bronze Age, Iron Age, Roman and Anglo-Saxon Landscapes at Cambridge Road, Bedford. Oxford: Archaeopress.
Gordon, R. (2017). From Pests to Pets: Social and Cultural Perceptions of Animals in Post-medieval Urban Centres in England (AD1500 – 1900). Papers from the Institute of Archaeology. 27(1), Art. 9 https://pia-journal.co.uk/articles/10.5334/pia-478/
Gordon, R., Thomas, R., Foster, A. (2015) The health impact of selective breeding in poultry: a probable case of ‘creeper’ chicken (Gallus gallus) from 16th-century Chester, England. International Journal of Paleopathology 9: 1-7.
Gordon, R. (2015) Book review – Animals and Otherness in the Middle Ages: PerspectivesAcross Disciplines. The Archaeological Journal 172.
Gordon, R. (2014) Book review – Medieval and Post-Medieval Development within Bristol’s Inner Suburbs and Tales of Gotham, Historical Archaeology, Ethnohistory and
Gordon, R. (2012) Animal bone, pp. 96-97, in J. Taylor, J. Thomas and C. Haselgrove, Burrough Hill, Leicestershire: excavations at the hillfort in 1960, 1967 and 1970-1. Leicestershire Archaeological & Historical Society Transactions