This index lists all of Rosemary Sutcliff's published works in alphabetical order regardless of genre. Adaptations are listed beneath the work from which they are adapted. Collected editions are listed below the individual works.


  • A Little Dog Like You (picture book)
  • A Saxon Settler (People of the Past series picture book)
  • Beowulf (Dragon Slayer)
  • Black Ships Before Troy
  • Blood and Sand
    • Adaptation: Love and Death in Arabia (Takarazuka musical)
  • Blood Feud
    • Adaptation: The Sea Dragon (television, 1990)
  • Blue Remembered Hills: A Recollection (memoirs)
  • Chess-dream in a Garden (picture book)
  • Ghost Story (Madhouse Mansion) (screenplay)
  • Heroes and History (non-fiction)
  • History and Time (essay)
  • History is People (essay)
  • Houses and History (non-fiction)
  • Is Anyone There? (anthology)
  • Little Hound Found (picture book)
  • Mary Bedell (play)
  • Rudyard Kipling (monograph)
  • The Capricorn Bracelet
    • Adaptation of: Stories from Scottish History (radio)
  • The Changeling
  • The Chronicles of Robin Hood
  • The Eagle of the Ninth
    • Adaptation: The Eagle of the Ninth (radio,1956)
    • Adaptation: The Eagle of the Ninth (television,1977)
    • Adaptation: The Eagle of the Ninth: (play, 1992)
    • Adaptation: The Eagle of the Ninth (radio, 1996)
    • Adaptation: The Eagle (film, 2011)
  • The Flowers of Adonis
  • The High Deeds of Finn Mac Cool
  • The Hound of Ulster
  • The Light Beyond the Forest
  • The Man Who Died at Sea
  • The Minstrel and the Dragon Pup (picture book)
  • The New Laird (radioplay)
  • The Road to Camlann
  • The Roundabout Horse (picture book)
  • The Sword and the Circle
  • The Wanderings of Odysseus
  • Tristan and Iseult
  • We Lived in Drumfyvie
    • Adaptation of: (radio)


Eagle's Honour

Heather, Oak, and Olive

Three Legions

The Best of Rosemary Sutcliff

The Eagle of the Ninth Chronicles

The King Arthur Trilogy

  • The Sword and the Circle
  • The Light Beyond the Forest
  • The Road to Camlann


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  2. Lawton, Anthony.
  3. Fantastic Fiction: Rosemary Sutcliff
  4. Wikipedia: Rosemary Sutcliff

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