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Agricultural Buildings  

Niall Brady

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Jan 2018
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Feb 2018
Despite the apparent wealth of information that exists on agricultural buildings and the implements used to help cultivate the land and manage the livestock, there is still great potential ... More

Anglo‐Saxon Archaeology and the Public  

Sonja Marzinzik

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Mar 2011
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Sep 2012
This article mentions certain aspects of the dynamic relationship between Anglo-Saxon archaeology and concentrates on the question of whether formal education has kept pace with these new ... More

Anglo‐Saxon Crafts  

Kevin Leahy

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Mar 2011
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Sep 2012
This article provides an overview of Anglo-Saxon crafts and refers to some of the issues involved. Lacking the screw thread, the Anglo-Saxon craftsmen would have made extensive use of ... More

Anglo‐Saxon Fields  

Susan Oosthuizen

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Mar 2011
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Sep 2012
This article addresses how and when the small, rectilinear or irregular fields of Roman Britain were transformed into the open and common fields of medieval England. Furthermore, the ... More

Anglo‐Saxon Migration and the Molecular Evidence  

Robert Hedges

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Mar 2011
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Sep 2012
This article discusses that there are many pitfalls in evaluating the significance and reliability of molecular data that are mainly due to the uncontrolled context in which past ... More

Anglo‐Saxon Timber Buildings and their Social Context  

Helena Hamerow

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Mar 2011
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Sep 2012
Despite the great progress made in the fifty years since Radford described the study of timber buildings as ‘one of the most intractable problems in the whole range of early medieval ... More

Anglo‐Scandinavian Identity  

Julian D. Richards

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Mar 2011
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Sep 2012
This article explores the circumstances that led to Scandinavian invaders being assimilated into Anglo-Saxon England and ensured that it was the Anglo-Saxons, not the Vikings, who came to ... More

Animal Husbandry  

Terry O'Connor

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Mar 2011
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Sep 2012
This article outlines the source material for an archaeological study of Anglo-Saxon animal husbandry, namely the excavated remains of the livestock themselves. Furthermore, the regional ... More

The Animal in Late Medieval Britain  

Louisa Gidney

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Jan 2018
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Feb 2018
Evidence is considered here for the utilization of domestic farm and companion animals for products other than meat, for example goat horns and calf and cat skins. Selection pressures ... More

Animals in urban life in Medieval to Early Modern England  

Terry O'Connor

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Mar 2017
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Apr 2017
Animals formed an essential part of urban life in England from Medieval times onwards, economically, socially, and ecologically. As livestock, they provided meat and other carcass ... More

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