Preface – by Margarita Fernández Mier, Jesús Fernández Fernández
Introduction – by Margarita Fernández Mier, Jesús Fernández Fernández
Test pit excavation as a method for reconstructing the development of currently-occupied rural settlements: Evidence from England – by Carenza Lewis
Village Archaeology in France. A twenty-five year retrospective – by Edith Peytremann
Investigating medieval village formation in the Netherlands – by J.P.W. Verspay, H. Renes, B. Groenewoudt, J. van Doesburg
Is this a village? Approaching nucleated settlements in Scandinavian contexts – by Ingvild Øye
The Archaeology of Currently Inhabited Villages in Spain: The Case of Asturias – by Margarita Fernández Mier, Jesús Fernández Fernández
Conclusion – by Chris Wickham
About the Author
Jesús Fernández Fernández’s lines of research and interests focus on Medieval Archaeology, Historical Archaeology, Landscape Archaeology, GIS and Heritage studies. Currently he is teaching and researching at Oviedo University within the programme Marie-Curie COFUND.
Margarita Fernández Mier is Professor of Medieval History at the University of Oviedo (Spain). Her principal interest is the study of early medieval societies in the north-western Iberian Peninsula, as well as the settlement analysis and the organisation of agrarian landscapes research.