Williams, H. (1997). Ancient landscapes and the dead: the Reuse of prehistoric and Roman monuments as Early Anglo-Saxon burial sites. Medieval Archaeology 41. Vol 41, pp. 1-32. https://doi.org/10.5284/1071860. Cite this via datacite

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Ancient landscapes and the dead: the Reuse of prehistoric and Roman monuments as Early Anglo-Saxon burial sites
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Medieval Archaeology 41
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Medieval Archaeology
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41
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1 - 32
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41_001_032.pdf (3 MB) : Download
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https://doi.org/10.5284/1071860
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Many hundreds of the known early medieval cemeteries dated between the late fifth and early eighth centuries AD from southern and eastern England have largely been studied in terms of artefacts and human remains. The reuse of prehistoric and Roman structures by these burial sites has received much less attention and discussion. It is suggested that the landscape context of early Anglo-Saxon burial sites provides considerable evidence for the social and ideological significance of the dead in early Anglo-Saxon society.
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Howard Williams ORCID icon
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1997
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Artefacts (Auto Detected Subject))
Prehistoric (Auto Detected Temporal)
Cemeteries (Auto Detected Subject))
Medieval (Auto Detected Temporal)
Human Remains (Auto Detected Subject))
Burial (Auto Detected Subject))
Early Eighth Centuries Ad (Auto Detected Temporal)
Roman (Auto Detected Temporal)
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20 Jan 2002