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The Resource Dark-age Britain; : studies presented to E. T. Leeds

Dark-age Britain; : studies presented to E. T. Leeds

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Dark-age Britain; : studies presented to E. T. Leeds
Title
Dark-age Britain;
Title remainder
studies presented to E. T. Leeds
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Subject
Language
eng
Dewey number
  • 913.42
  • 942.01
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LC call number
DA155
LC item number
.H3
Label
Dark-age Britain; : studies presented to E. T. Leeds
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
"A bibliography of the works of E. T. Leeds": p. xvii-xxii. Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • The Roman and Celtic survival: Coinage in Britain in the fifth and sixth centuries, by C. H. V. Sutherland.--Two Celtic heads in stone from Corbridge, Northumberland, by I. A. Richmond.--Romano-Saxon pottery, by J. N. L. Myres.--Some sub-Romano-British brooches from South Wales, by H. N. Savory.--Imported pottery found at Tintagel, Cornwall, by C. A. R. Radford.--Irish enamels of the Dark Ages and their relation to the cloissonné techniques, by F. Henry.--The pagan Saxons: The Jutes of Kent, by C. F. C. Hawkes.--The Anglo-Saxon settlement in eastern England, by T. C. Lethbridge.--Anglo-Saxon cremation and inhumation in the upper Thames Valley in pagan times, by J. R. Kirk.--Glass vessels in Britain and Ireland, A. D. 400-1000, by D. B. Harden.--The Christian Saxon and the Viking age: Late Saxon disc-brooches, by R. L. S. Bruce-Mitford.--The siting of the Monastery of St. Mary and St. Peter in Exeter, by Sir C. Fox.--Trade relations between England and the Continent in the late Anglo-Saxon period, by G. C. Dunning. Saxon Oxford and its region, by E. M. Jope.
  • dmmc
Control code
zmeld3 b1929534
Dimensions
27 cm.
Extent
xxii, 270 p.
Lccn
56003882
Other physical details
illus., port., maps.
System control number
  • 82877
  • AAJ8681UD
  • (OCoLC)ocm01358873
Label
Dark-age Britain; : studies presented to E. T. Leeds
Publication
Bibliography note
"A bibliography of the works of E. T. Leeds": p. xvii-xxii. Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • The Roman and Celtic survival: Coinage in Britain in the fifth and sixth centuries, by C. H. V. Sutherland.--Two Celtic heads in stone from Corbridge, Northumberland, by I. A. Richmond.--Romano-Saxon pottery, by J. N. L. Myres.--Some sub-Romano-British brooches from South Wales, by H. N. Savory.--Imported pottery found at Tintagel, Cornwall, by C. A. R. Radford.--Irish enamels of the Dark Ages and their relation to the cloissonné techniques, by F. Henry.--The pagan Saxons: The Jutes of Kent, by C. F. C. Hawkes.--The Anglo-Saxon settlement in eastern England, by T. C. Lethbridge.--Anglo-Saxon cremation and inhumation in the upper Thames Valley in pagan times, by J. R. Kirk.--Glass vessels in Britain and Ireland, A. D. 400-1000, by D. B. Harden.--The Christian Saxon and the Viking age: Late Saxon disc-brooches, by R. L. S. Bruce-Mitford.--The siting of the Monastery of St. Mary and St. Peter in Exeter, by Sir C. Fox.--Trade relations between England and the Continent in the late Anglo-Saxon period, by G. C. Dunning. Saxon Oxford and its region, by E. M. Jope.
  • dmmc
Control code
zmeld3 b1929534
Dimensions
27 cm.
Extent
xxii, 270 p.
Lccn
56003882
Other physical details
illus., port., maps.
System control number
  • 82877
  • AAJ8681UD
  • (OCoLC)ocm01358873

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