Rural Settlements and Society in Anglo-Saxon England - Medieval History and Archaeology (Hardback)Helena Hamerow (author)
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Publisher: Oxford University Press
Number of pages: 208
Weight: 594 g
Dimensions: 251 x 182 x 18 mm
An impressively constructed syntheses of the present state of knowledge, readably written, perceptive and wide-ranging. * The University of Leeds *
this is a must-have publication for all Anglo-Saxonists and will be an extremely useful resource for undergraduate and graduate teaching and research. * T. Pickles, English Historical Review *
Helena Hamerow's follow-up volume to her work on continental settlement sites ... represents another valuable contribution to the field of early medieval settlement archaeology. ... This book will be useful for students, academics and those active in fieldwork as a summary of the current evidence, but also for clear pointers (as in the final pages) of where further research is now needed. * Sam Lucy, Medieval Settlement Research *
This expert synthesis will deservedly establish itself as a standard introduction to the subject. * Chrisopher Scull, Journal of Medieval Archaeology *
invaluable ... There have been many academic papers, even books, which have approached settlement history in this period but few have been based upon such a thoroughly amassed body of archaeological evidence. * Della Hooke, Landscape History *
represent[s] some of the best current research on early medieval England ... Local historians and archaeologists are strongly encouraged to explore them for themselves. * Stephen Mileson, Oxoniensia *
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