H 290 x W 205 mm
Illustrated throughout in black & white
Published Nov 2018
Edited by Ben Jervis
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