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EAA 73: The Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Spong Hill, Part 7 (Paperback)

Iron Age, Roman and Early Saxon Settlement

Ancient History > Prehistory > British & Irish Prehistory P&S History > Archaeology > British Archaeology P&S History > Medieval World > Viking & Early Medieval Europe > Viking & Early Medieval Archaeology

Imprint: East Anglian Archaeology
Series: East Anglian Archaeology Monograph
Pages: 168
Illustrations: with illus, 4 fiche and site-plan
ISBN: 9780905594163
Published: 31st December 1995
Casemate UK Academic

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Sparse Iron Age occupation was followed by extensive rural occupation, building up over three phases in the Roman period to a large 2nd-4th AD farmstead. In the late 4th century AD this was abandoned for no archaeologically discernible reason to lay the ground for the famous Anglo-Saxon cemetery. Ecofactual evidence for crop-processing (including flax) and artefactual evidence for many craft activities are presented. The large collection of Roman pottery is the first from an excavation in Central Norfolk to receive detailed analysis and indicates fineware flows mostly from the Nene valley. This report fills the gap between Spong Hill 6 (prehistoric occupation) and the cemetery reports, most of which are still available.

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