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Holleyman Lecture 2015

At the University of Sussex. 16 April 2015 7.00pm-8.30pm. Bishopstone and Lyminge and their significance for Anglo-Saxon settlement studies by Dr Gabor Thomas (University of Reading).

From an archaeological perspective, the story of south-east England as an ‘Anglo-Saxon’ province has traditionally been told through cemeteries which still greatly outnumber excavated rural settlements of the 5th to the 11th centuries AD....more info

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