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166 pages

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Published Nov 2018

Archaeopress Archaeology


Paperback: 9781789690354

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Anglo-Saxon; Southern England; Medieval; Reformation; David Hinton; Festschrift; Winchester; Southampton; Chilterns; Archaeology

The Middle Ages Revisited: Studies in the Archaeology and History of Medieval Southern England Presented to Professor David A. Hinton

Edited by Ben Jervis

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This volume, produced in honour of Professor David A. Hinton’s contribution to medieval studies, re-visits the sites, archaeologists and questions which have been central to the archaeology of medieval southern England. Contributions are focused on the medieval period (from the Anglo-Saxon period to the Reformation) in southern England.



David Hinton and Medieval Archaeology: A Personal Appreciation – by Ben Jervis; David A. Hinton: Principal Publications (until May 2018); Richard James (1591–1638) ‘that most famous antiquary’: From the Isle of Wight to London via Oxford, Moscow, Meols, Newfoundland, Shetland and Elsewhere. – by Tom Beaumont James; An Emporium for all Eras: David Hinton and Four Institutional Phases in the Rise of Hamwic, Anglo-Saxon Southampton – by Mark Brisbane and Richard Hodges; Competition for the Solent and 7th Century Politics – by Barbara Yorke; Old Minster at Winchester and the Tomb of Christ – by Martin Biddle; Of Pots and Pins: The Households of Late Anglo-Saxon Faccombe Netherton – by Katherine Weikert; Cuckoo Lane Revisited – by Duncan H. Brown; Producers and Patrons: Late Medieval Decorative Paving Tiles in the South-West Chiltern Hills – by Maureen Mellor; How Pious? How Wealthy? The Status of Eynsham and St Albans Abbeys Between the 8th to the 12th Centuries Re-examined in the Light of their Food Consumption – by Dale Serjeantson and Pam Crabtree with Jacqui Mulville, Kathy Ayres†, Claire Ingrem and Alison Locker; The Versatility of Triticum turgidum (rivet wheat) as a Crop in Medieval England – by Mark Robinson; Approaching Bodiam and Scotney: A Comparison – by Matthew Johnson

About the Author

BEN JERVIS is Lecturer in Archaeology at Cardiff University, where he specialises in the medieval archaeology of southern Britain. He undertook his doctoral research at the University of Southampton and his current research is concerned with the material culture of English rural households, medieval pottery and the study of urbanism in Wessex.