Early Medieval and Medieval

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LOTTE HEDEAGER. Iron Age myth and materiality: ah archaeology of Scandinavia AD 400-1000. xxx+286 pages, 93 illustrations. 2011. Abingdon: Routledge; 978-0-415-60602-8 hardback 80 [pounds sterling]; 978-0-20382971-4 e-book; 978-0-415-60604-2 paperback 24.99 [pounds sterling].

HELENA HAMEROW, DAVID A. HINTON & SALLY CRAWFORD (ed.). The Oxford handbook of Anglo-Saxon archaeology, xxx+1078 pages, 143 illustrations, 12 tables. 2011. Oxford: Oxford University Press; 9780-19-921214-9 hardback 95 [pounds sterling].

RICHARD N. BAILEY. Corpus of Anglos-Saxon stone sculpture. Volume IZ: Cheshire and Lancashire. xiv+522 pages, 20 figures, 743 plates, 4 tables. 2010. Oxford: Oxford University Press for The British Academy; 978-0-19-726462-1 hardback 70 [pounds sterling].

MICHAEL COSTEN. Anglo-Saxon Somerset. viii+264 pages, 96 b&w & colour illustrations, tables. 2011. Oxford & Oakville (CT): Oxbow; 978-1-84217-9888 paperback 35 [pounds sterling].

GABOR THOMAS. The later Anglo-Saxon settlement at Bishopstone: a downland manor inthe making (CBA Research Report 163). xviii+270 pages, 144 illustrations, 10 colour plates, 35 tables. 2010. York: Council for British Archaeology; 978-1-902771-83-0 paperback 40 [pounds sterling].

MARK BURCH 8? PHIL TREVE1L with DEREK KEENE. The development of early medieval and later Poultry and Cheapside (Excavations at 1 Poultry and vicinity, City of London) (MoLA Monograph 38). xxiv+364 pages, 265 colour & b&w illustrations, 40 tables, CD. 2011. London: Museum of London Archaeology; 978-1901992-95-3 hardback 35 [pounds sterling]. …