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The Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Spong Hill, North Elmham, Part III: Catalogue of Inhumations

Catherine Hills, Kenneth Penn, Robert Rickett

EAA 21 (1984)

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Abstract

A catalogue of the 57 inhumations from the largest Early Saxon mixed cemetery in the country. The introduction contains brief discussion of many aspects of burial ritual, and chronology based on stratigraphy and artefact typology. Specialist reports include the human bones, which were poorly preserved, the textile remains, the pottery fabrics and XRF analysis of copper alloy objects. The catalogue contains plans and sections of each inhumation showing the positions of grave-goods, which are illustrated as grave groups and described in detail.


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Catherine Hills, Kenneth Penn, Robert Rickett (1984) The Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Spong Hill, North Elmham, Part III: Catalogue of Inhumations. EAA 21. Norfolk Museums Service NAU PDF 70 Mb

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