H 297 x W 210 mm
Illustrated throughout in black & white
Published May 2015
This book explores the experiences of rural communities who lived between the seventh and ninth centuries in central and eastern England. Combining archaeology with documentary, place-name and topographic evidences, it provides unique insight into social, economic and political conditions in 'Middle Saxon' England.
Chapter I: Introducing Middle Saxon Settlement Chapter II: Approaches and Methods Chapter III: Northamptonshire Chapter IV: Oxfordshire Chapter V: Wiltshire Chapter VI: Cambridgeshire Chapter VII: Norfolk Chapter VIII: Discussion Chapter IX: Conclusion