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This paper will reconsider the evidence relating to ecclesiastical buildings in Atlantic Scotland which have been ascribed to various early medieval constructional dates on the basis of Irish comparanda and historical accounts associated with Scandinavian settlement. Critical discussion will...
The development of agriculture played an important role in the development of society during the early medieval period. This paper presents an insight into the changes in crop and animal husbandry for early medieval Yorkshire (fourth – late thirteenth century). A synthesis of archaeobotanical...
A recent argument that the surviving masonry of the late Saxon chapel at Bradford-on-Avon was left unfinished by its builders is challenged. Instead, it is proposed that the work had been done hurriedly. Fort-building by King Æthelred II (979–1014) in the early part of his reign is also...
The Austin friars in Cambridge was an important religious institution between the late thirteenth and mid-sixteenth centuries. Excavations have revealed well-dated and contextualised burials associated with the friary, as well as a range of material culture. The burials have been subject to a...
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