Anglo-Saxon Kent Electronic Database (ASKED)

Sue Harrington, Stuart Brookes, 2008

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ASKED is the pilot database for a much larger corpus of material being gathered for the 'Beyond the Tribal Hidage Project' - a Leverhulme funded research project undertaken at UCL Institute of Archaeology, by Director Dr Martin Welch and Research Assistant Dr Sue Harrington. It is intended that this will be deposited with the Archaeology Data Service at a later date, and will retain the same format as ASKED. We would greatly value your feedback on any areas of the pilot database, but particularly in response to the following questions: