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The Use of Skeletal Evidence to Understand the Transition from Roman to Anglo-Saxon Cambridgeshire and BedfordshireDavid Klingle 2012 © BAR Publishing
The book systematically examines and compares a large sample of burials from the same region, Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire, in the Roman and Anglo-Saxon periods. A very detailed examination of skeletal material provides specific evidence about this region in the Roman and Anglo-Saxon periods, but also contributes to wider questions of osteological interpretation and political change; specifically the Roman/Anglo-Saxon transition. It explores large issues such as what can be learned from human bones to understand lifestyle and migration. This book will hopefully provide a clear picture of aspects of life in the Roman and Anglo-Saxon periods, which are typically unobservable from other scholarly approaches.
- BAR British Series pre-2020
- BAR pre-2020
- 9781407322476 (ebook)
- 9781407310435 (paperback)
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