South-western Britain in the early Middle Ages.082647764X
South-western Britain in the early Middle Ages.
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Studies in the early history of Britain
Pearce (museum studies, U. of Leicester Leicester (lĕs`tər), city (1991 pop. 324,394) and district, Leicestershire, central England. The city is connected by canals with the Trent River and London, and it is also a railway center. ) suggests how society in southwestern Britain was transformed from the late Roman period, roughly the fourth century, to the tenth century, some 18 human generations. Geographically, her study covers modern Cornwall, Devon, Somerset Somerset, cities, United States
1 City (1990 pop. 10,733), seat of Pulaski co., S Ky., in a farm, coal, and limestone area of the Cumberland foothills; inc. 1810. , and most of Dorset. Drawing more on archaeological than documentary evidence A type of written proof that is offered at a trial to establish the existence or nonexistence of a fact that is in dispute.
Letters, contracts, deeds, licenses, certificates, tickets, or other writings are documentary evidence. , she explores how people came to see themselves as Christians, how they expressed prestige, what they thought about the mixed Roman and barbarian world they were part of, and what they used material things for.
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