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Early medieval Northumbria : kingdoms and communities, AD 450-1100

Author: David Petts, Dr.; Sam Turner, (Archaeologist)
Publisher: Turnhout, Belgium : Brepols, [2011] ©2011
Series: Studies in the early Middle Ages, v. 24.
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Genre/Form: History
Local history
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Petts, Dr.; Sam Turner, (Archaeologist)
ISBN: 9782503528229 2503528228
OCLC Number: 758984612
Description: xiii, 332 pages : illustrations (some color), maps (some color) ; 25 cm.
Contents: Introduction: Northumbrian communities / David Petts and Sam Turner --
Military communities and transformation of the frontier from the fourth to the sixth centuries / Rob Collins --
Bernician transitions : place-names and archaeology / Mark Wood --
Recent research into early medieval York and its hinterland / R.A. Hall --
Northumbria in the west : considering interaction through monumentality / Nicola J. Toop --
Thinking about western Northumbria / Felicity H. Clark --
Settlement, landscape, and economy in early medieval Northumbria : the contribution of portable antiquities / Julian D. Richards and John Naylor --
Local churches and the conquest of the north : elite patronage and identity in Saxon-Norman Northumbria / Aleksandra McClain --
intellectual communities in early Northumbria / Martin Carver --
Yeavering and Bernician kingship : a review of debate on the hybrid culture thesis / Colm O'Brien --
The recursive structuring of space : socio-political and religious performance in the hall / Jenny Walker --
Social and biological status in the Bowl Hole early medieval burial ground, Bamburgh, Northumbria / Sarah Groves --
'Excavating' Northumbrian manuscripts : reappraising regionalism in insular manuscript production / Michelle P. Brown --
Re-evaluating early medieval Northumbrian contacts and the 'coastal highway' / Christopher Ferguson --
A study in regionality : hair combs and bone/antler craft in north-east England c. AD 800-1100 / Steven P. Ashby.
Series Title: Studies in the early Middle Ages, v. 24.
Responsibility: edited by David Petts and Sam Turner.

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