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Most widely held works by Sarah Semple. Anglo-Saxon studies in archaeology and history by Sarah Semple 6 editions published in in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide Volume 14 of the Anglo-Saxon Studies in Archaeology and History series is dedicated to the archaeology of early medieval death, burial and commemoration. Incorporating studies focusing upon Anglo-Saxon England as well as research encompassing western Britain, Continental Europe and Scandinavia, this volume originated as the proceedings of a two-day conference held at the University of Exeter in February It comprises of an Introduction that outlines the key debates and new approaches in early medieval mortuary archaeology followed by eighteen innovative research papers offering new interp.
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Signals of belief in early England : Anglo-Saxon paganism revisited by M. Previous approaches have regarded the English as adherents of two consecutive religions, paganism and Christianity. Paganism held sway among the Anglo-Saxon settlers from the 4th to the 6th century, but Christianity superseded it from the 7th to the 10th century. Of the two Christianity documented itself thoroughly. Paganism failed to do so, and thereby laid itself open to centuries of abuse, conjecture or mindless admiration. Wearmouth and Jarrow : Northumbrian monasteries in an historic landscape by Sam Turner 7 editions published in in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide Presenting the results of new research on the monasteries of Wearmouth and Jarrow-among the most sophisticated centers of learning and artistic culture in 17th- and 18th-century Europe, and the home of Bede-and their churches, this study examines the long-lasting effect of their buildings and estates on the surrounding region from the Anglo-Saxon period to the present day.
The authors trace these relationships through time with new studies of the changing landscape, the monastery precincts, and the surviving structures themselves, detailing how the historical archaeology of the sites reveals h. Perceptions of the prehistoric in Anglo-Saxon England : religion, ritual, and rulership in the landscape by Sarah Semple 17 editions published between and in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide Perceptions of the Prehistoric in Anglo-Saxon England represents an unparalleled exploration of the place of prehistoric monuments in the Anglo-Saxon psyche, and examines how Anglo-Saxon communities perceived and used these monuments during the period AD As a member of the Editorial Board for the journal World Archaeology , I have also recently jointly edited a Debates in World Archaeology issue, and am currently working an issue on Temporary Sites and Gathering Places.
In I completed a collaborative project funded by English Heritage, exploring the internationally important monastic sites of Wearmouth and Jarrow. Northumbrian Monasteries in an Historic Landscape. Further field involvements include field investigation at Yeavering, Northumberland. The Yeavering Project is in collaboration with The Gefrin Trust and additional fieldwork and survey is planned for , along with the publication of a Resource Assessment and Research Agenda for the site.
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Department of Archaeology. On a related note, I thought it unfortunate that such terms as ritual, religion , and spirituality were left undefined, reflecting the continued gulf in understanding between archaeology and fields like religious studies and ritual studies.
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She unfortunately fails to reference some of the most important recent research on the subject Shaw ; Shaw , and erroneously mixes proposed Anglo-Saxon mythical figures like Woden and Tiw with those of Scandinavian origin like Freyr and Thor p. Price Nevertheless, such criticisms are relatively minor in comparison to the great contribution that Perceptions of the Prehistoric in Anglo-Saxon England makes to Early Medieval studies. All in all, this is a very interesting book, and I hope that it will be of interest not only to Medievalists but to specialists in various other fields too.
I highly recommend it. Carver, M. Oxford and Oakville: Oxbow. Hutton, R. Pagan Britain. Price, N. Scull, C.
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British Archaeology Shaw, P. Unpublished thesis PhD. University of Leeds.
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