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作者 Tompsett, Imogen, author
書名 Social dynamics in south-west England AD 350-1150 : an exploration of maritime oriented identity / Imogen Tompsett
出版項 Oxford, England : Archaeopress, 2014
©2014
國際標準書號 9781407312903 (pbk.)
1407312901 (pbk.)
book jacket
館藏地 索書號 處理狀態 OPAC 訊息 條碼
 傅斯年圖書館西文巨冊書  WX DA90 B223  v.599    在架上    30530001229020
說明 x, 279 pages : illustrations, maps ; 30 cm
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系列 BAR British series ; 599
BAR British series ; 599
附註 "Investigates the development of early medieval identities in the South West and how various factors caused continuity and change in the insular material culture, the settlements, and ultimately in social identity. These cycles of change, brought about by influences both within and outside the region ... are evidenced through regional ... and ... site-specific assessments of the evidence. An overriding sense of long-term continuity is perceived in the ability of these insular identities to retain former traditions and develop their material culture, despite the apparent political domination by far-reaching and overarching social groups in the Anglo-Saxon and Norman periods. These traditions consist of all social practices and portable material culture, including the ceramics which make up a large proportion of these finds, and where an examination of developments in form and fabric have created a chronological framework that is more sympathetic to the archaeology of the region than the accepted broad periods of Early, Middle and Late Saxon, and which perhaps reflects a more accurate picture of social changes through time. Furthermore, the retention of prehistoric and Late Roman practices, in particular the former, is seen throughout all aspects of the archaeological evidence and is examined here through the themes of settlement hierarchies, exchange mechanisms and identity, and their spatial differentiation ... The project explores the development of Late Roman societies in an assessment of the impact of geographical determinism on identity, and the potential development of Atlantic and maritime identities within society as a whole."--Abstract, page i
"The study region, formerly known as Dumnonia in the Roman and sub-Roman periods, incorporates the modern counties of Cornwall and Devon including the Scilly Isles and the Isle of Lundy. ... Breton sites will be included at a discursive level in order to place the research into a wider context within the Atlantic zone."--Introduction, page 1
Includes bibliographical references (pages 272-279)
主題 Excavations (Archaeology) -- England -- West Country
West Country (England) -- Antiquities
West Country (England) -- History
West Country (England) -- Civilization
Cornwall (England : County) -- Antiquities
Devon (England) -- Antiquities
Archaeology, Medieval -- England -- Cornwall (County)
Archaeology, Medieval -- England -- Devon
Group identity -- England -- Cornwall (County) -- History -- To 1500
Group identity -- England -- Devon -- History -- To 1500
Excavations (Archaeology) -- England -- Cornwall (County)
Excavations (Archaeology) -- England -- Devon
Dumnonia (Kingdom)
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