Art styles in Anglo-Scandinavian areas

Suggested period: EARLY MEDIEVAL

A comparison of the spatial distribution of objects with late Anglo-Saxon and Scandinavian art styles on them could discover how much the Danelaw boundary was reflected in material culture. A larger international study could profitably add in Danish, Swedish and Norwegian finds to establish just how Scandinavian the Danelaw was – or how English. Relating this to lingustics, for example the study of place-names, would add depth.

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Created by: Helen Geake
Created: About one year ago

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