Dr Toby Martin
Lecturer in Early Medieval Archaeology, IoA, University of Oxford
Thursday 14 March 2019 at 8pm
Main Hall, LISTON HALL
Liston Road, Marlow SL7 1DD
During the 5th and 6th centuries, the Upper Thames went from being a late Roman complex of villages, villas and towns, becoming a simpler agricultural landscape dotted with small rural hamlets. In economic terms, therefore, the situation became greatly simplified. In terms of politics and identity, however, the situation became highly complex, with later historical sources recording the violent progress of West Saxons through native Romano-British communities.
Poster at this link: MAS poster A-S of Upper Thames March 14 2019
This talk will attempt to separate fact from fiction by looking at how the people we call Anglo-Saxons living this in region dressed, focusing primarily on the jewellery worn by women, and what this might tell us about how they thought about themselves and their relationships with far-flung and local communities.
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