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By Sarah Semple,Howard Williams

Volume 14 of the Anglo-Saxon experiences in Archaeology and historical past sequence is devoted to the archaeology of early medieval loss of life, burial and commemoration. Incorporating experiences focusing upon Anglo-Saxon England in addition to examine encompassing western Britain, Continental Europe and Scandinavia, this quantity originated because the court cases of a two-day convention held on the college of Exeter in February 2004. It includes of an creation that outlines the main debates and new ways in early medieval mortuary archaeology through eighteen leading edge examine papers delivering new interpretations of the cloth tradition, monuments and panorama context of early medieval mortuary practices. Papers give a contribution to numerous ongoing debates together with the research of ethnicity, faith, ideology and social reminiscence from burial facts. the quantity additionally includes cemetery studies of early Anglo-Saxon cemeteries from Cambridgeshire.

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