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Collectanea Antiqua: Essays in Memory of Sonia Chadwick Hawkes edited by Martin Henig and Tyler Jo Smith. iii+166 pages; illustrated throughout with figures, drawings and photographs. BAR S1673 2007. ISBN 9781407301082. £33.00 (No VAT). Buy Now

A collection of essays in memory of Sonia Chadwick Hawkes: 1) Introduction (Martin Henig and Tyler Jo Smith); 2) Collectanea Antiqua: Sir John Soane’s Greek Vases (Tyler Jo Smith); 3) Historical Archaeology and the British Archaeological Association (Martin Henig); 4) E.T. Leeds and the Formulation of an Anglo-Saxon Archaeology of England (Arthur MacGregor); 5) The Novum Inventorium Sepulchrale: Anglo-Saxon Graves and Goods from Kent in the Sonia Hawkes Archive (Birte Brugmann, Helena Hamerow and Deborah K. Harlan); 6) Sonia Chadwick Hawkes and the ‘Three Ships’ (Lydia Carr); 7) ‘Gomol is snoterost’: Growing Old in Anglo-Saxon England (Sally Crawford); 8) Was Redwald a European? Sutton Hoo as a Reflection of British Attitudes to Europe (William Filmer-Sankey); 9) Some Considerations on Religion in Early England (James Campbell); 10) Edgar’s Lost Grant of Exton, Hants (Martin Biddle); 11) The ‘Altar’ of Sulis Minerva at Bath: Rethinking the Choice of Deities (Stacey McGowen); 12) Swords, Seaxes and Saxons: Pattern-Welding and Edged Weapon Technology from Late Roman Britain to Anglo-Saxon England (Brian Gilmour); 13) The Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Old Park, near Dover, Revisited (Keith Parfitt and Tania M. Dickinson); Interlace – Thoughts and Observations (George Speake); 14) Soldiers and Settlers in Britain, Fourth to Fifth Century – Revisited (Kevin Leahy, with an appendix by Barry Ager); 15) What We Call Home: Reflections on Ancient and Modern Settlement in Deal, East Kent, UK (Christine Finn); 16) Sonia Chadwick Hawkes: Life and Career (Martin Welch); 17) Oxford University Lectureship in European Archaeology (Early Medieval Specialism) (Sonia Chadwick Hawkes); 18) The Oxford Institute of Archaeology, 1961-86: An Informal Retrospect (Sonia Chadwick Hawkes).
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