Over my dead body : the early Anglo-Saxon mortuary assimilation of previous cultural landscapes
The early Anglo-Saxons had a tendency to locate burials and cemeteries in association with Roman and prehistoric sites. In a time span nestled between the withdrawal of Roman troops from Britain and the complete conversion of the Anglo-Saxons to Christianity, this thesis analyses this practice in the English landscape, focusing on two study areas, the counties of Wiltshire and Kent. Using a geographical information system (GIS) and statistical analysis, the overarching theme for the early...[Show more]
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