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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Catherine E Karkov
|Description:||xxi, 500 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Looking back, looking forward - the field of Anglo-Saxon archaeology. Reorganization among the ruins. York 700-1050. Constructions of wood, stone and ink - the churches of 8th-century England. Wearmouth and Jarrow in their continental context, The Anglo-Saxon church at Canterbury. Anglo- Saxon church building - aspects of design and construction. Archaeology and the cult of St Oswald in pre-conquest Northumbria. The Anglo-Saxon cemetary at Sutton Hoo - an interim report. Beowulf and Sutton Hoo - the odd couple. Children, death and the afterlife in Anglo-Saxon England. Repton and the Vikings. An Anglo-Saxon "cunning woman" from Bidford-on-Avon. Questioning the monuments - approaches to Anglo-Saxon sculpture through gender studies. Statements in stone - Anglo-Saxon sculpture, Whitby and the Christianization of the north. Women's costume in the 10th and 11th centuries and textile production in Anglo-Saxon England. The archaeology of Anglo-Saxon England - theory and practice.|
|Series Title:||Garland reference library of the humanities, v. H2086.; Garland reference library of the humanities., Basic readings in Anglo-Saxon England ;, v. 7.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Catherine E. Karkov.|
- England -- Antiquities.
- Great Britain -- History -- Anglo-Saxon period, 449-1066.
- Excavations (Archaeology) -- England.
- Archaeology, Medieval -- England.
- England -- Civilization -- To 1066.
- Great Britain -- History -- Anglo Saxon period, 449-1066.
- Archaeology, Medieval.
- Excavations (Archaeology)
- Great Britain.