A series of eleven papers focusing on various aspects of the archaeology of the East Riding in Yorkshire in the Anglo-Saxon and Early Medieval periods, including the progress of archaeological research, burials, settlement evidence, metalwork, coinage and monuments. Contents: Anglo-Saxon Yorkshire: current research problems (Philip Rahtz); Early Medieval burials in East Yorkshire (S J Lucy); West Heslerton settlement mobility (Dominic Powlesland); Anglo-Saxon settlement and archaeological visibility in the Yorkshire Wolds (J D Richards); King Edwin of the Deiri (N J Higham); Middle Anglo-Saxon metalwork from South Newbald and the productive site' phenomenon in Yorkshire (Kevin Leahy); Northumbrian coinage and the productive site at South Newbald Sancton' (James Booth); The case for archaeological research at Whitby (Jennie Stopford); Monuments from Yorkshire in the Age of Alcuin (Jim Lang); Where are Yorkshire's Terps'? Wetland exploitation in the early medieval period (Robert van der Noort); The Bioarchaeology of Anglo-Saxon Yorkshire: present and future perspectives
Publisher: Oxbow Books
Number of pages: 140
Weight: 522 g
Dimensions: 297 x 210 x 10 mm
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