The late Roman/early Anglo-Saxon transition in the fifth century

Suggested period: EARLY MEDIEVAL

How do PAS records of late Roman and very early Anglo-Saxon artefact types (e.g. clipped siliquae and Quoit Brooch Style objects, late Roman buckles and strap-ends, very early Anglo-Saxon brooches) relate geographically and chronologically to sites known from excavation to have been used in the late Roman and early Anglo-Saxon periods? In addition, can PAS data help to explain what is happening in the fifth century in the west of Britain? Due to the differences between the east and the west of the country, this topic is probably best explored on a regional rather than a national scale.

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Created by: Helen Geake
Created: 9 years ago
Updated by: Helen Geake
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