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Pattern and Process in the Material Culture of Anglo-Saxon Non-elite Rural SettlementsHana Lewis 2019 © BAR Publishing
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The research presented in this book advances scholarship on Anglo-Saxon non-elite rural settlements through the analysis of material culture. Forty-four non-elite sites and the high-status site of Staunch Meadow, occupied throughout the Anglo-Saxon period (c. 5th-11th centuries) and geographically representative of Anglo-Saxon settlement in England, were selected for study. Comparative analyses of the material culture assemblages and settlement data from these sites were evaluated from four main research perspectives: the archaeological contexts and distributional patterns of material culture at the sites; the range and character of material culture; patterns of material culture consumption; and material culture as evidence for the economic reach of rural settlements.
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- Migration Period, Early Medieval and Medieval
- Craft working (general titles, bone, glass, textiles, etc.)
- Ceramics and Pottery Studies
- British Isles
- Dress / Jewellery / Personal Ornament
- Catalogues / Collections / Indexes / Bibliographies
- Trade / Exchange / Travel / Economy
- Metal Objects
- Western Europe and Britain
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