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Early Deira : archaeological studies of the East Riding in the fourth to ninth centuries AD /
edited by Helen Geake and Jonathan Kenny.
imprint
Oxford ; Oakville, Ct. : Oxbow Books, 2000.
description
xi, 140 p. : ill., maps ; 30 cm.
ISBN
1900188902
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imprint
Oxford ; Oakville, Ct. : Oxbow Books, 2000.
isbn
1900188902
general note
Papers from a conference held at the University of York on June 4, 1995.
catalogue key
4456272
 
Includes bibliographical references.
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Summaries
Bowker Data Service Summary
This text is based on a meeting of the University of York Archaeological Society in 1995.
Main Description
A series of eleven papers focusing on various aspects of the archaeology of the East Riding in Yorkshire in the Anglo-Saxon and Early Medieval periods, including the progress of archaeological research, burials, settlement evidence, metalwork, coinage and monuments. Contents: Anglo-Saxon Yorkshire: current research problems (Philip Rahtz) ; Early Medieval burials in East Yorkshire (S J Lucy) ; West Heslerton settlement mobility (Dominic Powlesland) ; Anglo-Saxon settlement and archaeological visibility in the Yorkshire Wolds (J D Richards) ; King Edwin of the Deiri (N J Higham) ; Middle Anglo-Saxon metalwork from South Newbald and the 'productive site' phenomenon in Yorkshire (Kevin Leahy) ; Northumbrian coinage and the productive site at South Newbald 'Sancton' (James Booth) ; The case for archaeological research at Whitby (Jennie Stopford) ; Monuments from Yorkshire in the Age of Alcuin (Jim Lang) ; Where are Yorkshire's 'Terps'? Wetland exploitation in the early medieval period (Robert van der Noort) ; The Bioarchaeology of Anglo-Saxon Yorkshire: present and future perspectives
Table of Contents
Acknowledgements
Preface
Anglo-Saxon Yorkshire: current research problemsp. 1
Early Medieval Burials in East Yorkshire: reconsidering the evidencep. 11
West Heslerton Settlement Mobility: a case of static developmentp. 19
Anglo-Saxon Settlement and Archaeological Visibility in the Yorkshire Woldsp. 27
King Edwin of the Deiri: rhetoric and the reality of power in early Englandp. 41
Middle Anglo-Saxon Metalwork from South Newbald and the 'Productive Site' Phenomenon in Yorkshirep. 51
Northumbrian Coinage and the Productive Site at South Newbald ('Sancton')p. 83
The Case for Archaeological Research at Whitbyp. 99
Monuments from Yorkshire in the Age of Alcuinp. 109
Where are Yorkshire's 'Terps'? Wetland exploitation in the early medieval periodp. 121
The Bioarchaeology of Anglo-Saxon Yorkshire: present and future perspectivesp. 133
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