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Wednesday, 13 April 2016

The Peoples of Northern Europe: Text updated

I have updated the text of the three previously-posted instalments of my chapter on 'The Peoples of Northern Europe' for the forthcoming Cambridge Archaeology of Late Antiquity.

Part 1 (Introduction, Political Geography, Preliminary analytical points)
Part 2 (Description of data)
Part 3 (Discussion)

Tuesday, 12 April 2016

Peoples of Northern Europe in Late Antiquity: A Bibliography

Here, in case it is of any use, is the doubtless rather hit and miss bibliography to my chapter on 'The Peoples of Northern Europe' for the forthcoming Cambridge Archaeology of Late Antiquity.  It is based on the footnotes to that chapter so there's a lot of stuff left out on some pretty major topics (most obviously the recent stuff on the wetland areas of the Netherlands/NW Germany) because I couldn't cover everything. It is also heavily weighted towards the most recent stuff I could find, and preferably in English, given the publication, so a lot of classic stuff is missing too.

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