n.a. (1988). The rebirth of towns in the west AD 700-1050. https://doi.org/10.5284/1081745. Cite this using datacite

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The rebirth of towns in the west AD 700-1050
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Council for British Archaeology Research Reports
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68
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https://doi.org/10.5284/1081745
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Papers from the 4th joint CBA/DUA international conference, 1986, take the theme that the AS resettlement of many Roman towns followed a long period of desertion. Richard Hodges (1-7) in 'The rebirth of towns in the early Middle Ages' uses archaeology, anthropology, and history to propose a typology of urbanism in 1st millennium AD. David Hill (8-15) in 'Unity and diversity - a framework for the study of European towns' demonstrates that the growth of towns in England, AD 600-1066, parallels developments in the rest of Europe. Brian Hobley (69-82) reviews the identification of the twin mid-Saxon settlements of London in 'Lundenwic and Lundenburh: two cities rediscovered', and Alan Vince traces trade from mid-7th century in 'The economic basis of Anglo-Saxon London' (83-92). For 'Ipswich' Keith Wade (93-100) summarizes the evidence for the Mid and Late Saxon town from early 7th century, particularly the important pottery industry. Mark Brisbane (101-8) reviews recent discoveries in 'Hamwic (Saxon Southampton): an 8th century port and production centre'. T J Strickland (109-18) identifies 9th/10th century re-use of Roman buildings in 'The Roman heritage of Chester: the survival of the buildings of Deva after the Roman period', and A T Thacker (119-24) examines 'Early medieval Chester: the historical background'. R A Hall (125-32) in 'York 700-1050' traces the development of Jorvik from 8th/9th century Eoforwic and the redevelopment of the RB colonia. F B. Remaining sections of the volume treat towns in Italy, Gaul, and Scandinavia.
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Richard Hodges
Brian Hobley
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1988
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0 906780 74 8
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Location - Auto Detected: Ipswich Keith Wade
Location - Auto Detected: Chester
Location - Auto Detected: David Hill
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Roman (Auto Detected Temporal)
1st Millennium Ad (Auto Detected Temporal)
Late Saxon (Auto Detected Temporal)
8th9th Century Eoforwic (Auto Detected Temporal)
8th Century (Auto Detected Temporal)
Early 7th Century (Auto Detected Temporal)
Hamwic Saxon (Auto Detected Temporal)
Ad 7001050 Papers (Auto Detected Temporal)
Early Medieval (Auto Detected Temporal)
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Date Of Issue From: 1988
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05 Dec 2008