n.a., (1988). The rebirth of towns in the west AD 700-1050.

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The rebirth of towns in the west AD 700-1050
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Council for British Archaeology Research Reports
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68
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Papers from the 4th joint CBA/DUA international conference, 1986, take the theme that the AS resettlement of many Roman towns followed a long period of desertion. Richard Hodges (1-7) in 'The rebirth of towns in the early Middle Ages' uses archaeology, anthropology, and history to propose a typology of urbanism in 1st millennium AD. David Hill (8-15) in 'Unity and diversity - a framework for the study of European towns' demonstrates that the growth of towns in England, AD 600-1066, parallels developments in the rest of Europe. Brian Hobley (69-82) reviews the identification of the twin mid-Saxon settlements of London in 'Lundenwic and Lundenburh: two cities rediscovered', and Alan Vince traces trade from mid-7th century in 'The economic basis of Anglo-Saxon London' (83-92). For 'Ipswich' Keith Wade (93-100) summarizes the evidence for the Mid and Late Saxon town from early 7th century, particularly the important pottery industry. Mark Brisbane (101-8) reviews recent discoveries in 'Hamwic (Saxon Southampton): an 8th century port and production centre'. T J Strickland (109-18) identifies 9th/10th century re-use of Roman buildings in 'The Roman heritage of Chester: the survival of the buildings of Deva after the Roman period', and A T Thacker (119-24) examines 'Early medieval Chester: the historical background'. R A Hall (125-32) in 'York 700-1050' traces the development of Jorvik from 8th/9th century Eoforwic and the redevelopment of the RB colonia. F B. Remaining sections of the volume treat towns in Italy, Gaul, and Scandinavia.
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Richard Hodges
Brian Hobley
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1988
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0 906780 74 8
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Location - Auto Detected: Ipswich Keith Wade
Location - Auto Detected: Chester
Location - Auto Detected: David Hill
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Temporal - Auto Detected: Roman
Temporal - Auto Detected: 1st Millennium Ad
Temporal - Auto Detected: Late Saxon
Temporal - Auto Detected: 8th9th Century Eoforwic
Temporal - Auto Detected: 8th Century
Temporal - Auto Detected: Early 7th Century
Temporal - Auto Detected: Hamwic Saxon
Temporal - Auto Detected: Ad 7001050 Papers
Temporal - Auto Detected: Early Medieval
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Date Of Issue From: 1988
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05 Dec 2008