White, R. H. (1988). Roman and Celtic objects from Anglo-Saxon graves: a catalogue and an interpretation of their use.

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Roman and Celtic objects from Anglo-Saxon graves: a catalogue and an interpretation of their use
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British Archaeological Reports
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191
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Catalogue, gazetteer, and discussion. Study of the burial rites and the positions and types of objects leads to the conclusion that Roman objects were not indications of survival of Roman society, nor (contra Myres) were they 'small change'. As the 6th century progressed, RB material was more likely to be found in amuletic bags. Only the upper ranks of society appear to have been very romanized when the Anglo-Saxons arrived. The consideration of rite includes the first full list of decapitated and prone burials.
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Roger H White
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1988
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0 86054 547 4
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Roman (MIDAS)
6th Century (Auto Detected Temporal)
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Date Of Issue From: 1988
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05 Dec 2008