Young, J. and Daubney, A. 2019. Report on the ceramic material from Back Lane, Brattleby, Lincolnshire (BLBB19). Grey literature report.
Young, J. and Daubney, A. 2019. The post-Roman pottery from archaeological investigations at 1 Cottesford Place, James Street, Lincoln (CJE19). Grey literature report.
Daubney, A. 2019. Grave Finds; Mortuary Derived Antiquities from England and Wales. Public Archaeology. DOI: 10.1080/14655187.2019.1635408
Daubney, A., & Nicholas, L. 2019. Detecting Heritage Crime(s): What We Know about Illicit Metal Detecting in England and Wales. International Journal of Cultural Property, 26(2), 139-165. doi:10.1017/S0940739119000158
Grove, L., Thomas, S. and Daubney, A. 2018. Fool's gold? A critical assessment of sources of data on heritage crime. Disaster Management and Prevention. Doi:
Grove, L., Daubney, A. & Booth, A. 2018. Identifying sites at risk from illicit metal detecting: from CRAVED to HOPPER, International Journal of Heritage Studies, 24:10, 1038-1052, DOI: 10.1080/13527258.2018.1475408
Daubney, A. (2017) Floating culture: the unrecorded antiquities of England and Wales, International Journal of Heritage Studies, 23:9, 785-799, DOI: 10.1080/13527258.2017.1325770
Daubney, A. (2016) Portable Antiquities, Palimpsests, and Persistent Places: a Multiperiod Approach to Portable Antiquities Scheme Data in Lincolnshire. Leiden: Sidestone Press.
Daubney, A. (2012) Maurice Johnson: an eighteenth century numismatist. British Numismatic Journal 82, 146-63
Daubney, A. and Allen, M. (2012) A sixteenth-century hoard of silver coins from Bardney. British Numismatic Journal 82
Daubney, A. (2010) The Cult of Totatis: evidence for tribal identity in mid Roman Britain. A Decade of Discovery: Proceedings of the Portable Antiquities Scheme Conference 2007 (British Archaeological Reports, British Series 510, 105-116
Daubney, A. (2009) A Gold Roman Coin-Ring from Benniworth, Lincolnshire. Antiquaries Journal 89, 69-71
Daubney, A. (2009) The Circulation and Prohibition of Venetian Soldini in Late Medieval England. British Numismatic Journal 79, 186-197