4 search results for “early medieval” in the Public website
Old Age in Early Medieval England, A Cultural History
How did Anglo-Saxons reflect on the experience of growing old? Was it really a golden age for the elderly, as has been suggested?
Rural riches and royal rags
This book is a celebration of the work of Professor Frans Theuws and was published in conjunction with the symposium held at the University of Leiden, June 29, 2018. It comprises of 38 archaeological papers from over 50 authors. They range from the Roman period, Early Medieval, Early medieval in the…
The Transformation of the Roman World
One of the three long-term research interests of our group concerns the Transformation of the Roman World (c AD 450-900).
Between the Wheat & the Waves: a mid-late Anglo-Saxon Settlement in a coastal setting
By comparing the archaeological evidence at Sedgeford and other sites located on both English and Continental coastal zones, what evidence is there for a shared maritime culture between these North Sea communities? Also if evidence is found, can we reveal to some extent a separate coastal identity to…