The Early Cultures of North-West Europe

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Cambridge University Press, Mar 21, 2013 - History - 470 pages
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Originally published in 1950, this book was produced as a memorial for the leading Cambridge historian and literary scholar Hector Munro Chadwick (1870-1947). Written by former pupils of Chadwick at Cambridge University, the text contains numerous contributions on various aspects of early culture in Northwestern Europe. The contributions discuss Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic history, together with archaeological discoveries. Illustrative figures are also included throughout. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in Chadwick and the history of Northwestern Europe.
  

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Contents

ARCHAEOLOGICAL
15
CLARE I FELL The Beaker Period in Cumberland
41
IV SIR CYRIL FOX Burial Ritual and Custom in the Bronze
51
BAsIL R S and ELEANOR M MEGAW The Norse
141
T G E POWELL The Celtic Settlement of Ireland
171
RACHEL BROMWICH Cantrer Gwaelod and KerIs
215
N orthumbrian History Page
243
Ungloomy Aspects
273
J IA BROMWICH Who was the translator of the prose
289
BE R T RAM C o L G RAVE The PostBedan Miracles and Trans
305
a lexico
333
BRUCE DICKINS The Beheaded Manumission in the Exeter
361
NORA K CHADWICK borgeror Holgabrlior and the trolla
395
G N GARMONSWAY Old Norsejarfiarmen
419
O K SCHRAM Fenland PlaceNames
427
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