Williams, H. (2007). Transforming Body and Soul. Anglo-Saxon Studies in Archaeology and History. Vol 14, pp. 66-91.

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Transforming Body and Soul
Subtitle
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Subtitle:
Toilet Implements in Early Anglo-Saxon Grave
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Anglo-Saxon Studies in Archaeology and History
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Anglo-Saxon Studies in Archaeology and History
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14
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66 - 91
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This paper starts with a review of toilet implements from a selection of inhumation cemeteries from across England before demonstrating the contrasting character of toilet items found in broadly contemporary cremation rites. Through the analysis the author argues that the contrast between the rites indicates a limited significance for inhumation rites, but central importance for toilet implements in Early Anglo-Saxon cremation rites.
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Howard Williams ORCID icon
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2007
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Cremation (Auto Detected Subject))
Cremation Rites (Auto Detected Subject))
Inhumation (Auto Detected Subject))
Inhumation Cemeteries (Auto Detected Subject))
Toilet (Auto Detected Subject))
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01 Jul 2014