The Archaeology of Medieval England and Wales

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Croom Helm, Jan 1, 1985 - Anglo-Saxons - 302 pages
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An excellent source of information on names of artefacts. Sometimes it seems a bit off (chape as a belt tip when it is usually on a sheath) which does not fit even the ODE which says in the second meaning that it can be the metal pin of a buckle or when it says a belt mount when I think they are generally called mountings. However, it is a great place to start and for finding a roughly valid term for those bits and bobs from the field research it is quite good. 

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JSTOR: The Archaeology of Medieval England and Wales
JOHN M. STEANE, The Archaeology of Medieval England and Wales. Athens, Ga.: Univer- sity of Georgia Press, 1985. Pp. xvi, 302; many figures and ...
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Proposal for a Research Methodology Module (New Approaches group)
John Steane, The Archaeology of Medieval England and Wales, London, 1984. 5. Landscape archaeology – reading the landscape. Recommended reading: ...
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