Wasperton Anglo-Saxon Cemetery

Martin Carver, 2008

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1. Project description

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2. Human bone

Human bone: Osteological Assessment by Malin Holst (York) PDF 1.3 Mb
Human Bone (Cremations): Human bone Report for the Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Wasperton by Frances Lee (Shropshire) PDF 294 Kb

3. Radiocarbon dating

Radiocarbon dating: Wasperton cemetery: radiocarbon dating by W Derek Hamilton, Peter D Marshall, Christopher Bronk Ramsey, Gordon Cook, and Hans van der Plicht (East Kilbride, Gronningen, Oxford) PDF 277 Kb

4. Isotope analysis

Carbon and nitrogen isotopes: Carbon and Nitrogen Isotope Analysis of Human Bone Collagen from the Late Roman and Anglo-Saxon Cemetery of Wasperton, Warwickshire by Gundula Müldner (Reading) PDF 79 Kb
Strontium and oxygen isotopes: Strontium and Oxygen Isotope Analysis of Burials from Wasperton, Warwickshire by Janet Montgomery, Jane Evans & Carolyn Chenery (Bradford) PDF 875 Kb

5. Metallurgy

Metallurgy, copper: Compositional analysis of non-ferrous metalwork by Cath Mortimer (York) - Report text PDF 188 Kb
Metallurgy, Iron: The Metallurgical Examination of Ferrous Grave Goods from Wasperton Anglo-Saxon Cemetery MN80-85 (Royal Armouries Technological Report 2006/1) by David Starley - Science Officer (Leeds) PDF 24.7 Mb

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Click to view Archive_Mortimer_copper_alloy_fig_5.pdf as PDF document [new window] Metallurgy, copper - Figure 5: Great square-headed brooches, zinc and tin contents, by phase PDF 13 Kb

6. Wood, horn and leather

Wood, horn and leather: Evidence of wood, horn and leather associated with metalwork from the Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Wasperton, Warwickshire. By Esther Cameron (Oxfordshire). PDF 3.5 Mb

7. Textile

Textile: by Penelope Walton Rogers (York) - Front Cover PDF 94 Kb
Textile - Report Text PDF 131 Kb
Textile - Table 1 PDF 66 Kb
Textile - Table 2 PDF 144 Kb
Textile - Table 3 PDF 117 Kb
Textile - Bibliography PDF 126 Kb

8. Pottery

Pottery: Fabric descriptions by A Favaro PDF 15 Kb
Identification of stamps: by D Briscoe PDF 54 Kb

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