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Viking Age York and the North

R A Hall (Editor)

CBA Research Report No 27 (1978)

ISBN 0 900312 65 3


Abstract

Title page of report 27

The majority of the papers in this volume were delivered at the Fourth York Archaeological Weekend, held on 19-21 November 1976, whose theme was 'Viking York and the North'. The amount of interest they engendered has prompted their publication, and in the interim their authors have had the opportunity to make whatever changes they felt desirable for the transition from lecture to printed page.

Contents

  • Title pages
  • Preface (p iv)
  • Introduction by P V Addyman (pp 1-3)
  • Some sources for the history of Viking Northumbria by P H Sawyer (pp 3-7)
  • The chronology of Northumbrian history in the ninth and tenth centuries by Alfred P Smyth (pp 8-10)
  • Anglo-Scandinavian sculpture in Yorkshire by J T Lang (pp 11-20)
  • Gauber high pasture, Ribblehead - an interim report by A King (pp 21-25)
  • The Anglo-Danish and Anglo-Norse coinages of York by Michael Dolley (pp 26-31)
  • The topography of Anglo-Scandinavian York by R A Hall (pp 31-36)
  • Industry and commerce in Anglo-Scandinavian York by Arthur MacGregor(pp 37-57)
  • The environment of Anglo-Scandinavian York by H K Kenward, D Williams, P J Spencer, J R A Greig, D J Rackham and D A Brinklow (pp 58-70)
  • Bibliography (pp 71-73)

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