Andrew Reynolds

Professor of Medieval Archaeology, University College London

Andrew Reynolds is Professor of Medieval Archaeology at the Institute of Archaeology, University College London. His main scientific interests are the archaeological study of early medieval societies in particular of 8th-12th century Britain, as well as the archaeology of architecture. Some of the themes he has been working on include the archaeology of governance, the geography of burials in early medieval English landscapes, and the social, temporal, and physical nature of boundaries in material terms.


Arqueología de las sociedades locales en la Alta Edad Media

ed. Andrew Reynolds

This volume brings together a large number of specialized studies and provides an interpretation of the site of San Julián de Aistra (Zalduondo-Araia, Álava) in terms of socio-political practices that define the main characteristics of early medieval local societies in the northwest of the Iberian Peninsula. READ MORE

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