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The Anglo-saxon Cemetery at Finglesham, Kent (Oxford University School of Archaeology Monograph)

Sonia Chadwi Hawkes

The Anglo-saxon Cemetery at Finglesham, Kent (Oxford University School of Archaeology Monograph)

by Sonia Chadwi Hawkes

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Published by Oxford University School of Archaeology .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Archaeology by period / region,
  • Archaeology / Anthropology,
  • Social Science,
  • Sociology,
  • Archaeology,
  • Anglo-Saxons,
  • Cemeteries,
  • England,
  • Excavations (Archaeology),
  • Kent

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages436
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8480374M
    ISBN 100954962710
    ISBN 109780954962715

      Eadbald of Kent From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Eadbald (Old English: Ēadbald) was King of Kent from until his death in He succeeded his father Æthelberht, who made Kent the dominant force in England during his reign and became the first Anglo-Saxon king to convert to Christianity from Anglo-Saxon paganism. - Explore Morgana Krinsley's board "ANGLO-SAXON Jewelry", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Anglo saxon, Saxon, Jewelry pins.

    Mill Hill Anglo-Saxon cemetery is a place of burial. It is located close to the town of Deal in Kent, South-East ing to the Middle Anglo-Saxon period, it was part of the much wider tradition of burial in Early Anglo-Saxon England. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Guy Grainger books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million g: Finglesham.

    A typical Anglo-Saxon cemetery of interest is Finglesham, in East Kent. The site was used from ca. to ca. , and was almost certainly founded by the aristocracy. Finglesham is derived from the old english, Pengels-ham, which translates to Prince's Home or Prince's Manor. It was in this context that the Finglesham cemetery was in use. Kent has a wealth of Early Medieval funerary archaeology. The earliest excavation of Anglo-Saxon Kentish graves was in the 17th century, when antiquarians took an increasing interest in the material remains of the period.


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The excavation of the cemetery at Finglesham in east Kent was a milestone in Anglo-Saxon archaeology, as one of the first cemeteries of this period to be excavated in its entirety. The present report covers the inhumation graves dating from the 6th to 8th centuries excavated by Sonia Hawkes between and /5(1).

The Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Finglesham, Kent. [Sonia Chadwick Hawkes; The Anglo-saxon Cemetery at Finglesham Grainger; Birte Brugmann; et al] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help.

Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create. The excavation of the cemetery at Finglesham in east Kent was a milestone in Anglo-Saxon archaeology, as one of the first cemeteries of this period to be excavated in its entirety.

The present. Synopsis The excavation of the cemetery at Finglesham in east Kent was a milestone in Anglo-Saxon archaeology, as one of the first cemeteries of this period to be excavated in its entirety. The present report covers the inhumation graves dating from the 6th to 8th centuries excavated by Sonia Hawkes between and /5(1).

Iconography, social context and ideology: the meaning of animal-ornamented shields in Early Anglo-Saxon England Dickinson, T.

M.,Die Goldbrakteaten der Völkerwanderungszeit. T1 - The Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Finglesham, Kent. AU - Dickinson, Tania. PY - / Y1 - / M3 - Book/Film/Article review. VL - SP - EP - JO - Antiquity. JF - Antiquity. SN - X. IS - ER. Anglo-Saxon cemetery at finglesham, graveth century anglo saxon cooking chain chartham down kent find 2ft mm long living history use books produced and/or sold and any video produced are for entertainment only and are not published or.

So Reed (), –1. During her season of excavation in the Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Finglesham, near Deal, in east Kent, Mrs Sonia Chadwick Hawkes found a remarkable buckle which has occasioned this article.

Readers of ANTIQUITYwill be grateful for this preview of the Finglesham buckle and the horned man on the buckle in advance of the full report of Mrs Hawkes's excavations. °N °E. / ; Finglesham is a village in the civil parish of Northbourne, and near Deal in Kent, England, which was the location of the Finglesham Anglo-Saxon cemetery, site of a seventh-century Anglo-Saxon archaeology find known as "Finglesham man," as described in by Sonia Chadwick Hawkes and Hilda Ellis Davidson.

The Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Finglesham, Kent. [Sonia Chadwick Hawkes; Guy Grainger] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Sonia Chadwick Hawkes; Guy Grainger.

Find more information about: ISBN: The Anglo-Saxon Cemetery on Mill Hill, Deal, Kent Issue 14 of Monograph series, ISSN Issue 14 of The Society for Medieval Archaeology Monograph series, ISSN Authors: Keith Parfitt, Birte Brugmann: Publisher: Society for Medieval Archaeology, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: 2 Jun Length: Sonia Chadwick Hawkes & Guy Grainger.

The Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Finglesham, Kent (Oxford University School of Archaeology Monograph 64). pages, figures, 27 plates, 37 tables. The Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Finglesham, Kent (Oxford University School of Archaeology Monograph). Find all books from Hawkes, Sonia Chadwick, Grainger, Guy.

At you can find used, antique and new books, compare results and immediately purchase your selection at the best price. ‘ The Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Finglesham, Kent: a Reconsideration ’, MA 2 (), 1 – 71, fig.

9c, d, with a reference to a further unpublished example from Bekesbourne, Kent. Continental parallels are cited from Arras and Herpes, with an early sixth-century date suggested for the Frankish examples. Hawkes S. Orientation at Finglesham: Sunrise dating of death and burial in an Anglo-Saxon cemetery in East Kent.

Archaeologia Cantiana, Vol pp– Google Scholar; bibr Hodder I., Orton C. Spatial Analysis in Archaeology. Cambrdige: Cambridge University Press.

Google Scholar; bibr20a Costume in the Early Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Saltwood, Kent Part 1 Women’s Costume Accessories Penelope Walton Rogers been recorded in Kent, as pairs at Finglesham D3 (Chadwick, ) and Bifrons grave 29 (Chadwick Hawkes22.

The Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Finglesham, Kent. Oxford England: Oxford University School of Archaeology, Print. – – Archaeological report of the excavations at Finglesham, Kent. Coatsworth, E. “Stitches in time: establishing a history of Anglo-Saxon embroidery”. Medieval Clothing and Textiles 1.

Woodbridge England: Boydell. Related Articles; THEME PARK PLANS FOR FAMINE SITE; Mass grave ho victims. The Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Finglesham, Kent. BUILDING ROW OVER FAMINE GRAVES SITE; Children's resting place now play park.

Kingdom & People of Kent: AD [Harrington, Sue] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Kingdom & People of Kent: AD A further parallel for a cross motif worn on a necklace is from the cemetery at Finglesham, Kent (Hawkes & Grainger70).

The example from Finglesham was worn with beads and the motif facing the body, worn by a child, all of these parallels are similar to the Street House example. IN the full extent of the Anglo-Saxon cemetery was. Archaeological investigation. The existence of Sarre was not noted by any of the early antiquarians who studied the Anglo-Saxon cemeteries of Kent.

Sarre cemetery was discovered inand re-examined inwhen a number of artefacts were discovered during construction work at Sarre windmill, subsequently being purchased by the British Museum. It was excavated in by the Kent.The Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Finglesham, Kent () Anglo-Saxons () Le festin dans l'Angleterre anglo-saxonne () Anglo-Saxon manuscripts in microfiche facsimile () In search of the dark ages () The Anglo-Saxon cemeteries of Kent.Rite funéraire anglo-saxon; Bibliographie (en) Sonia Chadwick Hawkes et Guy Grainger, The Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Finglesham, Kent, Oxford, Oxford University School of Archaeology,p.

(ISBN ). Portail des Anglo-Saxons; Portail de l’archéologie.