Everill, P., Marter, P., Lomitashvili, D. and Murgulia, N. Forthcoming (Georgian language). GPS Survey at the multi-period site of Nokalakevi, Samegrelo, Georgia. Moambe (Journal of the Georgian National Museum)
Everill, P. and Young, P. Forthcoming. Archaeological Working Conditions and Public Perception. In: M. Rockman & and J. Flatman (eds) Archaeology in society: its relevance in the modern world. New York, Springer Press.
Everill, P. Forthcoming. Reflections on site-based student training: The experience of the Anglo-Georgian Expedition to Nokalakevi. Research in Archaeological Education (HEA).
Everill, P. Under review. Excavating a memory: The British in Georgia. Anatolian Studies
Everill, P. Under review. Archaeologists among Antiquarians: Cunnington and the Parkers 1798 - 1810. Antiquity
Everill, P. and Nicholls, R. 2011. Archaeological Fieldwork Training: Provision and Assessment in Higher Education. University of Winchester and the Higher Education Academy
Everill, P. 2011. Great Expectations, Great Excavations: The view from the trenches. In J. Schofield (ed.) Great Excavations: Shaping the Archaeological Profession. Oxford, Oxbow books, pp 270-78.
Everill, P. and White, R. 2011. Philip Barker's Wroxeter. In J. Schofield (ed.) Great Excavations: Shaping the Archaeological Profession. Oxford, Oxbow books, pp 167-80.
Everill, P., Colvin, I., Neil, B. and Lomitashvili, D. 2010. Nokalakevi-Archaeopolis: ten years of Anglo-Georgian collaboration. Antiquity 84 (326)
Everill, P. 2010. The Parkers of Heytesbury: Archaeological pioneers. Antiquaries Journal 90: 441-53
Everill, P. 2009. The Invisible Diggers: A study of commercial archaeology in the UK. Heritage Research Series: 1. Oxford, Oxbow books.
Everill, P. 2007. British Professional Field Archaeology: Antiquarians and Labourers; Developers and Diggers. In Y. Hamilakis and P. Duke Archaeology and Capitalism: From ethics to politics. Left Coast Press.
Everill, P. 2007. A day in the life of a training excavation: Teaching fieldwork in the UK. World Archaeology 39:4
Strutt, K., Barker, D. and Everill, P. 2005. Interim report on excavations at Tidgrove Warren Farm 2004. Department of Archaeology, University of Southampton.
Lomitashvili, D., Lordkipanidze, B., Colvin, I., Armour, N., Everill, P. and Neil, B. 2003. 4; 5; 6; 7; 8 and 9. The Anglo-Georgian Expedition to Nokalakevi-Archaeopolis. Annual report to the Archaeological Commission of The Georgian Academy of Sciences.
Everill, P. 2003. Tales of the Invisible Diggers: An update. Rescue News 91: 7.
Everill, P. 2003. Invisibly Digging: Outline of a new research project. Rescue News 90: 5.
Grey literature and trade publications
Everill, P. 2008. The Southampton Cenotaph 'Roll of Honour'. Southampton City Council.
Everill, P. 2008. Monuments within Southampton city parks: A condition survey. Southampton City Council.
Russel, J. and Everill, P. 2008. Archaeological excavation at Telephone House, 70-75 High Street , Southampton , SOU 1355. Southampton Archaeology Unit Report 725.
Everill, P. 2008. Watching Brief at 84 Bitterne Road West, Southampton , SOU 1447. Southampton Archaeology Unit Report 861.
Everill, P. 2007. The Janaway Gardens' Wreck, Portswood, Southampton SOU 988. Southampton Archaeology Unit Report.
Everill, P. and Thompson, G. 2007. Watching Brief at 42 Shakespeare Avenue, Portswood, Southampton , SOU 1441. Southampton Archaeology Unit Report 858.
Everill, P. and Garner, M. 2007. Archaeological Evaluation Excavation at East Shore School, Eastern Road, Portsmouth , PORMG: 2007/10. Southampton Archaeology Unit Report 833.
Everill, P. 2007. Watching Brief at 119 Regents Park Road, Southampton , SOU 1435. Southampton Archaeology Unit Report 832.
Everill, P. 2007. Report on a watching brief at 23 and 25 Firgrove Road. Southampton Archaeology Unit Report 822.
Thompson, G. and Everill, P. 2007. Archaeological Watching Brief at 50 Charlton Road , Andover , Hampshire, A2006.74. Southampton Archaeology Unit Report 811.
Everill, P., Garner, M.F. and Radford, R. 2007. Watching Brief at a Former Agricultural Barn, 1 Allington Manor Farm Cottages, Allington Lane, West End. Southampton Archaeology Unit Report 757.
Everill, P., Sturt, F. and Dix, J. 2006. Tees Exploratory Well. An archaeological desk based assessment. Centre for Maritime Archaeology. University of Southampton.
Everill, P. and Hall, A. 2002. An Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment of land at Lodge Farm, Costessey, Norfolk. Cambridge Archaeological Unit. Report No 479.