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Oxford Handbook of Anglo-Saxon Archaeology (Sally Crawford) Hardcover Book, (Oxford University Press, 2011) 9780199212149
Oxford Handbook of Anglo-Saxon Archaeology (Sally Crawford) Hardcover Book, (Oxford University Press, 2011) 9780199212149
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Title: Oxford Handbook of Anglo-Saxon Archaeology

Author: Crawford, Sally

Additional Authors or Contributors: Helena Hamerow, David A. Hinton (eds)

Publisher: Oxford University Press; Publication Date: 2011

Hardcover; ISBN: 9780199212149

Volumes: 1; Pages: 790

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Since the early 20th century the scholarly study of Anglo-Saxon texts has been augmented by systematic excavation and analysis of physical evidence - settlements, cemeteries, artefacts, environmental data, and standing buildings. This evidence has confirmed some readings of the Anglo-Saxon literary and documentary sources and challenged others. More recently, large-scale excavations both in towns and in the countryside, the application of computer methods to large bodies of data, new techniques for site identification such as remote sensing, and new dating methods have put archaeology at the forefront of Anglo-Saxon studies. The Handbook of Anglo-Saxon Archaeology, written by a team of experts and presenting the results of the most up-to-date research, will both stimulate and support further investigation into those aspects of Anglo-Saxon life and culture which archaeology has fundamentally illuminated. It will prove an essential resourse for our understanding of a society poised at the interface between prehistory and history.

Table of Contents

I. Anglo-Saxon Identity: Ethnicity, Culture, and Genes

1. Overview: Anglo-Saxon Identity, C. Hills

2. The Ending(s) of Roman Britain, S. Esmonde Cleary

3. Migration and Endogenous Change, B. Brugmann

4. Anglo-Scandinavian Identity, J. D. Richards

5. The Ending of Anglo-Saxon England: Identity, Allegiance, and Nationality , D. Griffiths

6. Anglo-Saxon Migration and the Molecular Evidence , R. Hedges

7. Dress and Identity, G. R. Owen-Crocker

II. Rural Settlement

8. Overview: Rural Settlement, H. Hamerow

9. Timber Buildings and their Social Context, H. Hamerow

10. Settlement Hierarchy, K. Ulmschneider

11. Local Churches in the Anglo-Saxon Countryside, R. Morris

12. Late Saxon Settlements, M. Gardiner

III. Mortuary Ritual

13. Overview: Mortuary Ritual, T. M. Dickinson

14. Mortuary Practices in Early Anglo-Saxon England, H. Williams

15. The Mid Saxon 'Final Phase', M. Welch

16. Late Saxon Burial Practice, D. Hadley

IV. Food Production

17. Overview: Rural Production, D. Hooke

18. Woods and the Wild, N. Sykes

19. Food Plants on Archaeological Sites: The Nature of the Archaeobotanical Record, L. Moffett

20. Animal Husbandry, T. O'Connor

21. Anglo-Saxon Fields, S. Oosthuizen

V. Craft Production and Technology

22. Overview: Sources and Limitations of Evidence, G. Thomas

23. Raw Materials: Sources and Demand, D. Hinton

24. Anglo-Saxon Crafts, K. Leahy

25. Style: Influences, Chronology, and Meaning, L. Webster

VI. Trade, Exchange, and Urbanization

26. Overview: Trade, Exchange and Urbanization, G. Astill

27. The Fate of Late Roman Towns, M. Henig

28. Britons and Anglo-Saxons, C. Loveluck & L. Laing

29. Markets, Emporia, Wics, and 'Productive' Sites: Pre-Viking Trade Centres in Anglo-Saxon England, T. Pestell

30. Coinage in its Archaeological Context, M. Blackburn

31. Burhs and Boroughs: Defended Places, Trade, and Towns. Plans, Defences, Civic Features, R. A. Hall

VII. The Body and Life Course

32. Overview: The Body and Life Course, S. Crawford

33. Childhood to Old Age, N. Stoodley

34. Diet: Recent Evidence from Analytical Chemical Techniques, T. O'Connell & B. Hull

35. Gender and Gender Roles, S. Lucy

36. Disease, C. Lee

VIII. The Archaeology of Religion

37. Overview: The Archaeology of Religion, J. Blair

38. Sacred Spaces and Places in Pre-Christian and Conversion Period Anglo-Saxon England, S. Semple

39. The Archaeology of Paganism, A. Pluskowski

40. The Material Culture of the Church, E. Coatsworth

41. The Archaeology of the Anglo-Saxon Book, R. Gameson

42. Christian Sacred Spaces and Places, H. Gittos

IX. Signals of Power

43. Overview: Signals of Power, M. O. H. Carver

44. Social Transactions, Gift Exchange, and Power in the Archaeology of the Fifth to Seventh Centuries, C. Scull

45. Image and Power in the Early Anglo-Saxon Period, M. Gaimster

46. Crime and Punishment, A. Reynolds

47. What Were They Thinking? Intellectual Territories in Anglo-Saxon England, M. O. H. Carver

X. The Place of Archaeology in Anglo-Saxon Studies

48. Historical Sources and Archaeology, J. Campbell

49. Literary Sources and Archaeology, J. Hines

50. Place-Names and Archaeology, M. Gelling

51. Anthropology and Archaeology, C. Gosden

52. Anglo-Saxon Archaeology and the Public, S. Marzinzik

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