Anglo-Saxon, Viking & Early Medieval Europe (up to AD1000)

The period from AD 400 to 1000 throughout Europe, including Anglo-Saxon England, Vikings, Picts, and the early medieval Celtic world, as well as the Merovingian, Carolingian and Ottonian kingdoms.

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  1. Settlement change across Medieval Europe

    Settlement change across Medieval Europe: Old paradigms and new vistas [Hardback]

    Niall Brady (Editor); Claudia Theune (Editor)

    £195.00

    ISBN: 9789088908071
    Published by : Sidestone Press
    Series: RURALIA
    Volume: 12
    Not yet published - available for pre-order
    The idea that the past was an era with long periods of little or no change is almost certainly false. Change has always affected human society. Some of the catalysts for change were exogenous and lay in natural transformations, such as climate cha... .... Learn More
  2. A Riverine Site Near York

    A Riverine Site Near York: A Possible Viking Camp? [Paperback]

    Gareth Williams (Editor)

    £40.00

    ISBN: 9780861592241
    Published by : British Museum Press
    Series: British Museum Research Publications
    Volume: 224
    Not yet published - available for pre-order
    The location known as ‘A Riverine Site Near York (ARSNY)’ represents a category of Viking site known from the historical record but one that until recently had remained largely undetected archaeologically: the Viking camp. The published investigat... .... Learn More
  3. Looting or Missioning

    Looting or Missioning: Insular and Continental Sacred Objects in Viking Age Contexts in Norway [Hardback]

    Egil Mikkelsen (Author)

    Regular Price: £48.00

    Special Price: £38.40

    ISBN: 9781789253184
    Published by : Oxbow Books
    Until now insular and continental material, mostly metal-work, found in pagan Viking Age graves in Norway, has been interpreted as looted material from churches and monasteries on the British Isles and the Continent. The raiding Vikings brought th... .... Learn More
  4. St Michael's Church, Workington

    St Michael's Church, Workington: Excavation of an Early Medieval Cemetery [Paperback]

    John Zant (Author); Adam Parsons (Author)

    £20.00

    ISBN: 9781907686313
    Published by : Oxford Archaeology North
    Series: Lancaster Imprints
    Volume: 26
    Not yet published - available for pre-order
    In September 1994, the parish church of St Michael, Workington, was badly damaged by fire, reducing the interior to a shell. The church’s history extends back to at least the twelfth century, and an existing collection of eighth- to eleventh-centu... .... Learn More
  5. Magic, Metallurgy and Imagination in Medieval Ireland

    Magic, Metallurgy and Imagination in Medieval Ireland: Three Studies [Paperback]

    John Carey (Author)

    £14.95

    ISBN: 9781891271281
    Published by : Celtic Studies Publications
    Series: Celtic Studies Publications
    Volume: 21
    This book is a study of the rich and fascinating traditions found early Irish literature concerning smiths and the fashioning of metal. The smith had a special status within the traditional societies of early Ireland and elsewhere in the Celtic-sp... .... Learn More
  6. Britain in the Age of Arthur: A Military History

    Britain in the Age of Arthur: A Military History [Hardback]

    Ilkka Syvanne (Author)

    £25.00

    ISBN: 9781473895201
    Published by : Pen & Sword Books Ltd
    Not yet published - available for pre-order
    King Arthur is one of the most controversial topics of early British history. Are the legends based on a real historical figure or pure mythological invention? Ilkka Syvanne's study breaks new ground, adopting a novel approach to the sources by ... .... Learn More
  7. Scotland in Early Medieval Europe

    Scotland in Early Medieval Europe [Paperback]

    Alice E. Blackwell (Editor)

    £30.00

    ISBN: 9789088907524
    Published by : Sidestone Press
    This edited volume explores how (what is today) Scotland can be compared with, contrasted to, or was connected with other parts of Early Medieval Europe. Far from a ‘dark age’, Early Medieval Scotland (AD 300–900) was a crucible of different langu... .... Learn More
  8. Scotland in Early Medieval Europe

    Scotland in Early Medieval Europe [Hardback]

    Alice E. Blackwell (Editor)

    £90.00

    ISBN: 9789088907517
    Published by : Sidestone Press
    This edited volume explores how (what is today) Scotland can be compared with, contrasted to, or was connected with other parts of Early Medieval Europe. Far from a ‘dark age’, Early Medieval Scotland (AD 300–900) was a crucible of different langu... .... Learn More
  9. The Anglo-Saxon Princely Burial at Prittlewell, Southend-on-Sea

    The Anglo-Saxon Princely Burial at Prittlewell, Southend-on-Sea [Paperback]

    Sue Hirst (Author); Christopher Scull (Author)

    £15.00

    ISBN: 9781907586477
    Published by : MOLA (Museum of London Archaeology)
    In 2003 archaeologists discovered an intact princely burial between busy Priory Crescent and the railway line near Priory Park in Prittlewell. A find of international significance, this is the richest and most important Anglo-Saxon burial found s... .... Learn More
  10. The Prittlewell Princely Burial

    The Prittlewell Princely Burial: Excavations at Priory Crescent, Southend-on-Sea, Essex, 2003 [Hardback]

    Lyn Blackmore (Author); Ian Blair (Author); Sue Hirst (Author); Christopher Scull (Author)

    £35.00

    ISBN: 9781907586507
    Published by : MOLA (Museum of London Archaeology)
    Series: MOLA monograph
    Volume: 73
    An early Anglo-Saxon chamber grave discovered in 2003 at Prittlewell, Southend-on-Sea, Essex, proved to be a princely burial of international significance. Lying beneath a now vanished mound, the large wooden chamber contained the coffin of a man... .... Learn More

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