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Archaeological research conducted in Sicily is increasingly turning to the study of the Medieval settled landscape and its road networks. However, the study of Late Roman/Early Medieval rural churches, and how they fit and figure in the landscape, remains a theme underdeveloped in comparison...
The relationship between sites of Early-Anglo-Saxon activity and territorial boundaries, once much-debated, has been subject to little direct exploration in recent years despite its significance for landscape history. This article examines this important relationship using data from the Suffolk...
Towards the end of the first millennium, a fundamental change in the fabric of Western European elite society occurred as families began to promote themselves not on the basis of kin-groups but of their personal wealth. Key to self-aggrandisement was the ownership of local power centres, into...
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