Williams, H. (2006). Heathen graves and Victorian Anglo-Saxonism:. Anglo-Saxon Stud Archaeol Hist 13. Vol 13, pp. 1-18.

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Heathen graves and Victorian Anglo-Saxonism:
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assessing the archaeology of John Mitchell Kemble
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Anglo-Saxon Stud Archaeol Hist 13
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Anglo-Saxon Studies in Archaeology and History
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13
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1 - 18
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The paper reassesses Victorian Anglo-Saxonism, examining many current assumptions regarding the antiquarianism of this era from an archaeological perspective. The work of the Anglo-Saxon scholar John Mitchell Kemble (1807--1857) is presented a case study of the contribution made by Victorian archaeology to the theoretical development of Anglo-Saxon studies.
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Howard Williams ORCID icon
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Damaris D Dodds (Abstract author)
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2006
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0947816224
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Graves (Auto Detected Subject))
Victorian (MIDAS)
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07 Nov 2006