3 edition of Anglian York found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Dominic Tweddle, Joan Moulden and Elizabeth Logan.|
|Series||Archaeology of York -- vol. 7, fasc. 2|
|Contributions||Moulden, Joan., Logan, Elizabeth.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 115-313, viii :|
|Number of Pages||313|
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Anglian York; Theme Anglian York. The York Helmet - Yorkshire Museum, York. Anglo-Saxons were living in and around York by the late s: we know that from cemetery remains.
But it is only from about that there is clear evidence of the city’s status. The history of York as a city dates to the beginning of the first millennium AD but archaeological evidence for the presence of people in the region of York dates back much further to between and BC. As York was a town in Roman times, its Celtic name is recorded in Roman sources (as Eboracum and Eburacum); afterAngles took over the area and adapted the name by folk etymology to.
Ailsa Mainman’s Anglian York encapsulates the allure and the frustration of researching this period in the city. Following the near silence of the 5th and 6th centuries, York blossoms from the s in written sources, emerging as the ecclesiastical heart of Northumbria, the 8th-century home of Alcuin and his precious library, and finally the thriving, tempting, high-status target for the 9th.
Dr Ailsa Mainman discusses her recently published book discussing how Anglian York - the city’s missing link – has been pieced together by archaeologists. The Anglian, or Anglo-Saxon, period is Anglian York book least well-understood period of York’s history. Written sources describe an important ecclesiastical centre, a seat of governance, a place of scholarship and learning, a commercial entrepot.
The Anglian, or Anglo-Saxon, period is the least well-understood period of York’s history. Written sources describe an important ecclesiastical centre, a seat of governance, a place of scholarship and learning, a commercial entrepot and a draw for ‘divers peoples,’ but physical evidence has been hard to find.
Join Ailsa Mainman as she discusses her recent book, Anglian York, which pulls. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pagesi-ix: illustrations (some color), maps, plans ; 25 cm + 1 folder (6 folded sheets. Future projects include a book length study of St Wilfrid of York.
Dr Alisa Mainman is Assistant Director at York Archaeological Trust where she has spent years researching Anglian, Viking-Age and medieval material, mostly ceramics. The connection between Denmark and Kent in the Anglo-Saxon period was the subject of her doctoral thesis.
Eoferwic – Anglian York According to British cleric Gildas, in Angle, Saxon and Jutish warriors were invited into Britain to help defend the population against raids from Picts, Irish and continental warbands. Following Roman collapse and withdrawal some thirty years earlier, Britain could no longer properly defend its borders.
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Read more: - ROY HUXLEY: The Golden Years of Matchbox Art. Located in Museum Gardens close to the Multangular Tower the recently restored Anglian Tower is one of only two non-ecclesiastical Anglo-Saxon structures in the Country.
Rediscovered in and restored in the original construction date of the tower is unclear, however it is thought to be late Roman or Dark Age British which dates it in the region on AD with it being buried.
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See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central. Ordnance Author: Ordnance Survey. We know from Bede that York was under the control of the Anglian kings of Deira in when Eadwine of Deira chose to have himself and his court baptised there (Bede Book II Ch.
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The Anglican Way is a guidebook for anyone interested in following Jesus as an Anglican Christian. Written for both the newcomer and the person who wants to go deeper, this book answers hundreds of questions about history, theology, worship, and s: The Archaeology Conference 'Discovering Anglian York: Digging in the Dark' is sponsored by York Archaeological Forum, advisor to City of York Council on archaeology and the historic environment.
This year’s conference will focus on Eoforwic, Anglian York. The talks will provide an overview of current knowledge and recent discoveries, and will discuss issues of visibility, where should.