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  1. Basic texts 5 items
    1. Wales in the early Middle Ages - Wendy Davies 1982

      Book Essential Electronic book

    2. Picts, Gaels and Scots: early historic Scotland - Sally M. Foster 2004

      Book Essential

    3. Early historic Britain - C. Hills

      Chapter Essential Digitised reading.

    4. Later Anglo-Saxon England: life & landscape - Andrew Reynolds 1999

      Book Essential

    5. English Heritage book of Anglo-Saxon England - Martin G. Welch, English Heritage 1992

      Book Essential

  2. Lecture 1: Introduction to the study of Medieval Archaeology 5 items
    1. From the Baltic to the Black Sea: studies in medieval archaeology - David Austin, Leslie Alcock 1990

      Book Essential Especially Ch. 1 by D. Austin.

    2. Medieval archaeology: understanding traditions and contemporary approaches - Christopher M. Gerrard 2003

      Book Essential

    3. Reflections: 50 years of medieval archaeology, 1957-2007 - Roberta Gilchrist, Andrew Reynolds, Society for Medieval Archaeology 2009

      Book Essential Wide selection of Europe-wide overviews.

  3. Lecture 2: Documents and medieval archaeology 12 items
    1. Essential Reading 1 item
      1. Archaeology and text - John Moreland 2001

        Book Essential

    2. Texts 8 items
      1. Beowulf: a verse translation - Michael Alexander 1973

        Book Recommended

      2. Anglo-Saxon poetry - S. A. J. Bradley 1982

        Book Recommended

      3. Bede's ecclesiastical history of the English people - Bertram Colgrave, R. A. B. Mynors, Bede 1969

        Book Recommended

      4. English historical documents: [Vol.2] : 1042-1189 - David Charles Douglas, George William Greenaway 1981

        Book Recommended

      5. The Cambridge companion to Old English literature - Malcolm Godden, Michael Lapidge 1991

        Book Recommended

      6. Anglo-Saxon charters: an annotated list and bibliography - P. H. Sawyer, Royal Historical Society (Great Britain) 1968

        Book Recommended

      7. The Anglo-Saxon chronicles - Michael James Swanton 2000

        Book Recommended

      8. English historical documents: [Vol.1]: c.500-1042 - Dorothy Whitelock 1979

        Book Recommended

    3. Case studies 3 items
      1. Beowulf and Archaeology - R. J. Cramp 1957

        Article Recommended

      2. Early Anglo-Saxon art and archaeology: being the Rhind lectures delivered in Edinburgh 1935 - E. Thurlow Leeds 1936

        Book Recommended Especially Chapters 1 and 2.

  4. Lecture 3: Early Anglo-Saxon rural settlement and economy 18 items
    1. Essential Reading 1 item
    2. Some key studies and sites 17 items
      1. Early and Middle Saxon rural settlement in the London region - Robert Cowie, Lyn Blackmore c2008

        Book Recommended

      2. Middle Saxon animal husbandry in East Anglia - Pam J. Crabtree 2012

        Book Recommended Especially Chapters 2, 4 and 6.

      3. Excavations at Mucking: Vol.2: The Anglo-Saxon settlement - Helena Hamerow, Margaret Jones, Tom Jones, Geraldine Done 1993

        Book Recommended

      4. An early medieval building tradition - S. James, A. Marshall, M. Millett 1984

        Article Recommended Digitised reading

      5. Catholme: an Anglo-Saxon settlement on the Trent Gravels in Staffordshire - Stuart Losco-Bradley, A. G. Kinsley 2002

        Book Recommended

      6. The Anglo-Saxon settlement and cemetery at Bloodmoor Hill, Carlton Colville, Suffolk - Sam Lucy, Jess Tipper, Alison Dickens, Sue Anderson 2009

        Book Recommended

      7. West Stow: the Anglo-Saxon Village - Stanley E. West, Valerie Cooper, Suffolk (England) 1985

        Book Recommended

      8. Yeavering: an Anglo-British centre of early Northumbria - Brian Hope-Taylor 1977

        Book Recommended

  5. Lecture 4: Late Anglo-Saxon rural settlement 14 items
    1. Essential Reading 4 items
      1. Goltho: the development of an early medieval manor c850-1150 - Guy Beresford, J. Geddes, English Heritage 1987

        Book Essential

      2. The landscape of Anglo-Saxon England - Della Hooke 1998

        Book Essential

      3. Later Anglo-Saxon England: life & landscape - Andrew Reynolds 1999

        Book 

      4. The later Anglo-Saxon settlement at Bishopstone: a downland manor in the making - Gabor Thomas, Marion Archibald, Council for British Archaeology 2010

        Book Essential

    2. Recommended Reading 10 items
      1. Excavations at Sulgrave, Northamptonshire, 1960-76 - B. K. Davison 1977

        Article Recommended Digitised reading

      2. Anglo-Saxon settlements - Della Hooke 1988

        Book Recommended Especially Introduction, pp. 1-8.

      3. Village, hamlet and field: changing medieval settlements in central England - Carenza Lewis, Christopher Dyer, Patrick Mitchell-Fox 1996

        Book Recommended

      4. The Saxon and Medieval palaces at Cheddar: excavations 1960-62 - Philip A. Rahtz, F. W. Anderson, Susan Hirst 1979

        Book Recommended

      5. Wessex in the early Middle Ages - Barbara Yorke 1995

        Book Recommended Especially pp. 243-255.

  6. Lecture 5: Early Medieval Wales 34 items
    1. Essential Reading 3 items
      1. Early medieval Wales: An updated framework for archaeological research - N. Edwards, A. Lane, M. Redknap

        Document Essential NB - this is a revision of an earlier document which can be found, with comprehensive bibliographies, at: http://www.archaeoleg.org.uk/earlymed.html

    2. Recommended Reading 10 items
      1. Little England Beyond Wales: Re-defining the Myth - David Austin 2005

        Article Recommended Electronic Journal

      2. Landscapes of the Mabinogi - John K. Bollard 2009

        Article Recommended Electronic Journal

      3. A Research Framework for the Archaeology of Wales: Medieval - A. Davidson, B. Silvester 2013

        Document Recommended NB - this is a revision of an earlier document which can be found, with comprehensive bibliographies, at: http://www.archaeoleg.org.uk/med.html

      4. Medieval settlement and landscape change on Anglesey - David Longley 2001

        Article Recommended Electronic Journal

    3. More reading 21 items
      1. See the comprehensive bibliographies listed at http://www.archaeoleg.org.uk/theme.html.

        The following books and articles give a flavour of research:

      2. Continental and Mediterranean imports to Atlantic Britain and Ireland, AD 400-800 - Ewan Campbell, Council for British Archaeology 2007

        Book Recommended

      3. Wales and the Britons, 350-1064 - T. M. Charles-Edwards 2012

        Book Optional Electronic book

      4. Landscape and settlement in medieval Wales - Nancy Edwards, Welsh Archaeological Conference 1997

        Book Optional

      5. The archaeology of the early medieval Celtic churches: proceedings of a conference on The Archaeology of the Early Medieval Churches, September 2004 - Nancy Edwards, Archaeology of the Early Medieval Churches Conference 2009

        Book Optional

      6. A corpus of early medieval inscribed stones and stone sculpture in Wales - M. Redknap, J. M. Lewis, Nancy Edwards 2007

        Book Optional

      7. Rethinking the pillar of Eliseg - Nancy Edwards 2009

        Article Optional Electronic Journal

      8. A corpus of early medieval inscribed stones and stone sculpture in Wales - M. Redknap, J. M. Lewis, Nancy Edwards 2007

        Book Optional

      9. Sand-dunes and stray finds: Evidence for pre-Viking trade? - D. Griffiths

        Chapter Optional

      10. Britons, Saxons, and Scandinavians: the historical geography of Glanville R.J. Jones - G. R. J. Jones, P. S. Barnwell, Brian K. Roberts 2011

        Book Optional

      11. A corpus of early medieval inscribed stones and stone sculpture in Wales - M. Redknap, J. M. Lewis, Nancy Edwards 2007

        Book Optional

      12. The Vikings in Wales - M. Redknap 2008

        Chapter Optional Digitised reading

      13. Medieval Wales and European History - Wickham, Chris

        Article Optional Electronic Journal

      14. Communication and commerce along the western sealanes, AD 400-800 - Jonathan M. Wooding 1996

        Book Optional

  7. Lecture 6: Anglo-Saxon Economies 11 items
    1. Selected bibliography with a focus on different approaches to the use of coins as evidence, and to economic history. 11 items
      1. Coins and the archaeologist - P. J. Casey, Richard Reece 1988

        Book Recommended NOTE: Especially the papers by John Kent (Interpreting coin finds) and Marion Archibald (English medieval coins as dating evidence).

      2. Coinage and history in the North Sea world, c. AD 500-1200: essays in honour of Marion Archibald - Barrie Cook, Gareth Williams, Marion Archibald 2006

        Book Recommended NOTE: Containes papers on a wide range of Anglo-Saxon and Viking monetary topics. The articles by Richard Abdy and Gareth Williams are particularly important from a methodological perspective, as well as providing a major reinterpretation of coin use in the 5th-7th centuries. Alan Vince's paper is a useful integration of archaeological and numismatic evidence.

      3. Silver economy in the Viking age - James Graham-Campbell, Gareth Williams 2007

        Book Recommended NOTE: The papers in this volume provide a misture of academic perspectives on coinage, bullion and status economies in the Viking Age, drawing on archaeology, history, numismatics and economic anthropology. The papers by the two editors provide overviews and critique of the subject as a whole.

      4. The iconography of early Anglo-Saxon coinage: sixth to eighth centuries - Anna Gannon 2003

        Book Recommended NOTE: The most significant historical study of the Anglo-Saxon coinage to date, with detailed comparisons between coins and designs in other media.

      5. Money talks: reconstructing Old English - Fran Colman 1992

        Book Recommended NOTE: Still the only major study of coins as a source for the study of the English language.

      6. An atlas of Anglo-Saxon and Norman coin finds, c.973-1086 - D. M. Metcalf, Royal Numismatic Society (Great Britain) 1998

        Book Recommended NOTE: Although some of the interpretations and conclusions are contentious (and rather more speculative than the author seems to acknowledge), this shows the sort of questions which can be asked of coinage as evidence.

      7. Kings, currency and alliances: history and coinage of southern England in the ninth century - M. A. S. Blackburn, D. N. Dumville 1998

        Book Recommended NOTE: The papers by Simon Keynes and Mark Blackburn on Alfred provide an excellent case-study on the use of coins together with other forms of historical evidence, but several of the other papers are also of interest.

      8. Anglo-Saxon monetary history: essays in memory of Michael Dolley - M. A. S. Blackburn, Michael Dolley 1986

        Book Recommended NOTE: Useful papers on a variety of topics.

      9. English hammered coinage: Volume 1: Early Anglo-Saxon to Henry III c. 600-1272 - J. J. North 1994

        Book Recommended NOTE: Excellent type catalogue of coinage of the period, but with minimal interpretation.

      10. Dark age economics: the origins of towns and trade A.D. 600-1000 - Richard Hodges 1982

        Book Recommended NOTE: Somewhat dates, but not yet superseded as the main economic text book for the early Anglo-Saxon period.

      11. Social approaches to Viking studies - Ross Samson 1991

        Book Recommended NOTE: Contains a number of interesting papers which cross the boundaries between archaeology, anthropology, economics and monetary history.

  8. Lecture 7: Anglo-Saxon charters and archaeology 8 items
    1. Essential Reading 2 items
      1. Anglo-Saxon charters: the work of the last twenty years - Nicholas Brooks 1974

        Article Essential Electronic Journal

      2. The landscape of Anglo-Saxon England - Della Hooke 1998

        Book Essential Chapters 3-5.

    2. Recommended Reading 4 items
      1. The early charters of the West Midlands - H. P. R. Finberg 1961

        Book Recommended See pp. 184-196, the Hallow Hawling charter.

      2. Anglo-Saxon prose - Michael James Swanton 1975

        Book Recommended See pp. 11-14 - Two Crediton Documents.

    3. For reference to individual charters the standard source is: 2 items
      1. Anglo-Saxon charters: an annotated list and bibliography - P. H. Sawyer, Royal Historical Society (Great Britain) 1968

        Book Recommended

      2. This can also be found online at "The Electronic Sawyer".

  9. Lecture 8: Landscapes of warfare 11 items
    1. Essential Reading 2 items
    2. Further Reading 9 items
      1. A world of stone: Warrior culture, hybridity, and old Norse cosmology - A. Andren

        Chapter Recommended

      2. The archaeology of English battlefields: conflict in the pre-industrial landscape - Glenn Foard, Richard Morris, English Heritage, Council for British Archaeology 2012

        Book Recommended

      3. Warfare and society in the barbarian West, 450-900 - Guy Halsall 2003

        Book Recommended

      4. Alfred's wars: sources and interpretations of Anglo-Saxon warfare in the Viking age - Ryan Lavelle 2010

        Book Recommended Esp. pp. 264-314.

      5. "Given to the ground": a Viking age mass grave on Ridgeway Hill, Weymouth - Louise Loe, Lesley Abrams 2014

        Book Recommended

      6. Battles of the Dark Ages: British battlefields AD 410 to 1065 - Peter Marren 2009

        Book Recommended

      7. Perceptions of the Prehistoric in Anglo-Saxon England - Sarah Semple 2013

        Book Recommended Electronic Book Especially pp. 74-99.

  10. Lecture 9: Political and administrative landscapes 7 items
    1. Essential Reading 1 item
    2. Case studies 6 items
      1. Beyond the Burghal Hidage: Anglo-Saxon civil defence in the Viking age - John T. Baker, Stuart Brookes 2013

        Book Recommended

      2. Power and politics in early medieval Britain and Ireland - Stephen T. Driscoll, Margaret R. Nieke 1988

        Book Recommended NOTE: Good topical case studies.

      3. The defence of Wessex: the Burghal Hidage and Anglo-Saxon fortifications - David Hill, Alexander R. Rumble, Manchester Centre for Anglo-Saxon Studies 1996

        Book Recommended

      4. Anglo-Saxon Deviant Burial Customs - Andrew Reynolds 2009

        Book Recommended NOTE: Especially chapters 4, 5 and 6.

      5. Anglo-Saxon civil defence in the localities: A case-study of the Avebury region - A. Reynolds, S. Brookes

        Chapter Recommended

      6. Assembly places and practices in medieval Europe - Aliki Pantos, Sarah Semple 2004

        Book Recommended NOTE: Good comparative case studies.

  11. Lecture 10: Student presentations 0 items
  12. Lecture 11: Cremation in the early Anglo-Saxon period 7 items
    1. Essential Reading: It is important that you read the following general surveys: 2 items
      1. A Study of Cremation - Calvin Wells 1960

        Article Essential Electronic Journal

      2. The Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Spong Hill, North Elmham: Part 8: The cremations - Jacqueline I. McKinley, Julie Bond, Robert Rickett 1994

        Book Essential

    2. And select from the following more detailed studies 5 items
      1. A Saxon 'Cremation Pyre' from the Snape Anglo-Saxon Cemetery - S. Carnegie, W. Filmer-Sankey

        Chapter Recommended

      2. Remains of pagan Saxondom? - H. Williams

        Chapter Recommended

  13. Lecture 12: Inhumation in the Early Anglo-Saxon period 10 items
    1. Essential Reading: It is important that you read the following general surveys: 2 items
      1. Early Anglo-Saxon social structure - H. Harke

        Chapter Essential Digitised reading

      2. Burial archaeology: current research methods and developments - Frances Lee, Charlotte A. Roberts, J. L. Bintliff 1989

        Book Essential

    2. And select from the following more detailed studies: 8 items
      1. Structural features in Anglo-Saxon graves - A.C. Hogarth 1973

        Article Recommended Digitised reading

      2. The structure of Anglo-Saxon graves - Nicholas Reynolds 1976

        Article Recommended Electronic Journal

      3. Childhood in Anglo-Saxon England - Sally Crawford 1999

        Book Recommended

      4. Burials, bodies and beheadings in Romano-British and Anglo-Saxon cemteries - M. Harman, T.I. Molleson, J.L. Price 1981

        Article Recommended

  14. Lecture 13: The geography of Anglo-Saxon burial 2 items
    1. Essential Reading 2 items
      1. Death and landscape - H. Williams

        Chapter Essential Electronic book

  15. Lecture 14: Burial Practice: the 'Final Phase' and 'Conversion Period' 13 items
    1. Essential Reading 2 items
      1. Anglo-Saxon graves and grave goods of the 6th and 7th centuries AD: a chronological framework - Alexandra Bayliss, John Hines, Karen Høilund Nielsen, Gerry McCormac 2013

        Book Essential NOTE: Chapters 1, 8 and 10.

      2. The results and their implications - J. Hines, C. Scull, A. Bayliss

        Chapter  Digitised reading

    2. Some key studies and sites 11 items
      1. The church in Anglo-Saxon society - John Blair 2005

        Book Recommended NOTE: esp. pp. 228-240.

      2. Late Saxon Burial Practice - D. Hadley

        Chapter Recommended Electronic Book

      3. The Final Phase - E. T. Leeds

        Chapter Recommended

      4. Two Anglo-Saxon cemeteries at Winnall, Winchester, Hampshire - Audrey L. Meaney, Sonia Chadwick Hawkes, Society for Medieval Archaeology 1970

        Book Recommended

      5. Early medieval (late 5th-early 8th centuries AD) cemeteries at Boss Hall and Buttermarket, Ipswich, Suffolk - Christopher Scull, Marion Archibald, Society for Medieval Archaeology 2009

        Book Recommended

      6. The Mid Saxon ‘Final Phase’ - M. Welch

        Chapter Recommended Electronic Book

      7. The conversion of Britain: religion, politics, and society in Britain, c.600-800 - Barbara Yorke 2006

        Book Recommended

  16. Lecture 15: The conversion to Christianity in Britain 13 items
    1. Essential Reading 3 items
      1. Burial in Early Medieval Scotland: New Questions. - Maldonado, Adrián 2013

        Article Essential Electronic Journal

    2. Recommended Reading 10 items
      1. Anglo-Saxon graves and grave goods of the 6th and 7th centuries AD: a chronological framework - Alexandra Bayliss, John Hines, Karen Høilund Nielsen, Gerry McCormac 2013

        Book Recommended

      2. The church in Anglo-Saxon society - John Blair 2005

        Book Recommended NOTE: Chapters 1-4.

      3. The cross goes north: processes of conversion in northern Europe, AD 300-1300 - M. O. H. Carver 2003

        Book Recommended NOTE: especially Pluskowski and Patrick, Petts, Turner and Yorke.

      4. Bede's ecclesiastical history of the English people - Bertram Colgrave, R. A. B. Mynors, Bede 1969

        Book Recommended NOTE: alternatively, Penguin classics or Everyman translations.

      5. The archaeology of the early medieval Celtic churches: proceedings of a conference on The Archaeology of the Early Medieval Churches, September 2004 - Nancy Edwards, Archaeology of the Early Medieval Churches Conference 2009

        Book Recommended NOTE: especially Introduction, Longley, O'Brien and Hall.

      6. Religion: the limits of knowledge - J. Hines

        Chapter Recommended

      7. Burial in early medieval England and Wales - Sam Lucy, Andrew Reynolds, Society for Medieval Archaeology 2002

        Book Recommended

      8. The conversion of Britain: religion, politics, and society in Britain, c.600-800 - Barbara Yorke 2006

        Book Recommended

  17. Lecture 16: Art and society in Anglo-Saxon England, c. 600-1100 17 items
    1. Essential Reading 2 items
      1. Viking art - James Graham-Campbell 2013

        Book Essential

      2. Anglo-Saxon art: a new history - Leslie Webster 2012

        Book Essential

    2. Individual sources and case studies 15 items
      1. The Lindisfarne Gospels - Janet Backhouse 1981

        Book Recommended

      2. Grammar of Anglo-Saxon ornament: a general introduction to the Corpus of Anglo-Saxon sculpture - Rosemary Cramp, Rosemary Cramp, British Academy 1991

        Book Recommended NOTE: General introduction. The series also contains various county-based volumes.

      3. Northumbria's golden age - Jane Hawkes, Susan Mills 1999

        Book Recommended

      4. From Durrow to Kells: the insular Gospel-books, 650-800 - George Henderson 1987

        Book Recommended

      5. The art of Anglo-Saxon England - Catherine E. Karkov 2011

        Book Recommended

      6. Studies in insular art and archaeology - Catherine E. Karkov, Robert T. Farrell 1991

        Book Recommended

      7. Pattern and purpose in insular art: proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Insular Art, held at the National Museum & Gallery, Cardiff 3-6 September 1998 - M. Redknap, International Conference on Insular Art, National Museum & Gallery Cardiff 2001

        Book Recommended

      8. The age of migrating ideas: early medieval art in Northern Britain and Ireland - Michael Spearman, John Higgitt, International Conference on Insular Art, National Museums of Scotland 1993

        Book Recommended

      9. Style: Influences, Chronology, and Meaning - L. Webster

        Chapter Recommended Electronic Resource

      10. The Making of England: Anglo-Saxon art and culture AD600-900 - L. Webster, Janet Backhouse, Marion Archibald, British Museum 1991

        Book Recommended

      11. The transformation of the Roman world AD 400-900 - Leslie Webster, Michelle Brown 1997

        Book Recommended

      12. The work of angels: masterpieces of Celtic metalwork, 6th-9th centuries AD - Susan Youngs, P. T. Craddock 1989

        Book Recommended

  18. Lecture 17: Viking settlement 17 items
    1. Essential Reading 3 items
      1. Vikings: the North Atlantic saga - William W. Fitzhugh, Elisabeth I. Ward, National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) 2000

        Book Essential NOTE: esp. Introduction and chapters 8-11.

      2. Culture contact in Viking age Scotland - J. H. Barrett

        Chapter Essential

    2. Recommended Reading 14 items
      1. Viking and Medieval Settlement in the Faroes: People, Place and Environment - S. V. Arge, G. Sveinbjarnardóttir, K. J. Edwards, P. C. Buckland 2005

        Article Recommended Electronic Journal

      2. 14C dating of the settlement of Iceland - A E Sveinbjörnsdóttir, J. Heinmeier, G. Gudmundsson 2004

        Article Recommended Electronic Journal

      3. Tephrochronology, Environmental Change and the Norse Settlement of Iceland - A. J. Dugmore, A. J. Newton, G. Larsen, G. T. Cook 2000

        Article Recommended Electronic Journal

      4. The Norse landnám on the North Atlantic islands: an environmental impact assessment - Andrew J. Dugmore, Mike J. Church, Paul C. Buckland, Kevin J. Edwards 2005

        Article Recommended Electronic Journal

      5. Vikings in Scotland - James Graham-Campbell, Colleen E. Batey 1998

        Book Recommended

      6. The Vikings in England: settlement, society and culture - D. M. Hadley 2006

        Book Recommended

      7. The Vikings - Else Roesdahl 1998

        Book Recommended

      8. Patterns of settlement in Iceland: a study in prehistory - O. Vesteinsson 1998

        Article Recommended Electronic Journal

  19. Lecture 18: Anglo-Saxon and Medieval London: Continuity and Change 12 items
    1. Overviews 4 items
      1. The archaeology of Greater London: an assessment of archaeological evidence for human presence in the area now covered by Greater London - Trevor Brigham, Museum of London. Archaeology Service, English Heritage, City of London Archaeological Trust 2000

        Book Essential NOTE: chapters 8 (R. Cowie and C. Harding) and 9 ( B. Sloane at al.)

      2. London, 1100-1600: the archaeology of a capital city - John Schofield 2011

        Book Essential

      3. Saxon London: an archaeological investigation - A. G. Vince 1990

        Book Essential

      4. London and the Saxons - Robert Eric Mortimer Wheeler, London Museum 1935

        Book Essential NOTE: Preface and Introduction

    2. Individual topics and site reports 8 items
      1. The London Guildhall: an archaeological history of a neighbourhood from early medieval to mdoern times - David Bowsher, Museum of London. Archaeology Service 2007

        Book Recommended

      2. Lundenwic: excavations in Middle Saxon London, 1987-2000 - Robert Cowie, Lyn Blackmore 2012

        Book Recommended

      3. Dress accessories, c.1150-c.1450 - Geoff Egan, Frances Pritchard 2002

        Book Recommended NOTE: Also 1991 edition.

      4. The Black Death cemetery, East Smithfield, London - Ian Grainger, Museum of London. Archaeology Service 2008

        Book Recommended

      5. King Alfred and the development of London - J. Haslam 2010

        Article Recommended Electronic Journal

      6. A dated type series of London medieval pottery: Pt.4: Surrey whitewares - J. E. Pearce, A. G. Vince, M. A. Jenner, Michael Cowell 1988

        Book Recommended

      7. The Saxon and medieval pottery of London: a review - A. G. Vince 1985

        Article Recommended Electronic Journal

      8. Aspects of Saxo-Norman London: 2: Finds and environmental evidence - A. G. Vince, London and Middlesex Archaeological Society 1991

        Book Recommended

  20. Lecture 19: Student presentations and course review 0 items
  21. Lecture 20: British Museum visit: Sutton Hoo, Broomfield, Taplow, etc. 9 items
    1. Essential: It is important that you read the following general survey 1 item
      1. Sutton Hoo: burial ground of kings? - M. O. H. Carver 1998

        Book Essential

    2. And select from the following more detailed studies: 8 items
      1. Boat-graves in northern Europe - M. Müller-Wille 1974

        Article Recommended Electronic Journal

      2. Sutton Hoo: a seventh-century princely burial ground and its context - M. O. H. Carver, Angela Evans, Society of Antiquaries of London. Research Committee 2005

        Book Recommended

      3. Snape Anglo-Saxon cemetery: excavations and surveys 1824-1992 - William Filmer-Sankey, Tim Pestell, Sue Anderson, Rebecca Archer 2001

        Book Recommended

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