Collins, R., ed. (2004). Debating late antiquity in Britain AD300-700. Oxford: Archaeopress.

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Debating late antiquity in Britain AD300-700
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British Archaeological Reports
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Volume:
365
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140
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Monograph Chapter (in Series)
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The conference 'Debating Late Antiquity in Britain AD300--700' (held at the University of York in June 2003) had three principal areas of interest -- What was the fate of Roman Britain? To what extent did Anglo-Saxon material, so well known in the cemeteries of eastern England, reflect a violent immigration from the continent on a large scale? What was the fate of the `British' population in the West? The thirteen papers published from the conference discuss these questions. Includes
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Editor:
Robert Collins
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Robert Collins
James Gerrard ORCID icon
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Archaeopress
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2004
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1-84171-585-9
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Burials (BIAB)
Roman (BIAB)
Cultural Change/Continuity (BIAB)
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Is Portmanteau: 1 Editorial Expansion: papers from a conference held at the University of York in June 2003
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20 Sep 2004

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