Transformations of Identity and Society in Anglo-Saxon Essex: A Case Study of an Early Medieval North Atlantic Community

Transformations of Identity and Society in Anglo-Saxon
    Transformations of Identity and Society in Anglo-Saxon long term engagement with the emergent, dynamic North Sea network The wide chronological focus and inclusive dataset enables long term socio economic continuity and transformation to be revealed These include major new insights into the construction of group identity in Essex between the th and th centuries and the identification of several previously unknown sites of exchange The presentation also includes the first full archaeological study of Essex under Viking rule."/>
  • Hardcover
  • 296 pages
  • Transformations of Identity and Society in Anglo-Saxon Essex: A Case Study of an Early Medieval North Atlantic Community
  • Alexander Mirrington
  • 11 June 2017
  • 9462980349

About the Author: Alexander Mirrington

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