The Archaeology of Britain: An Introduction from the Upper Palaeolithic to the Industrial Revolution

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Later, as Denmark developed into a state society, the desire for portable wealth was supplemented by a desire for territorial control. Similarly, the giving of silver arm rings was augmented by the giving of rights to land. The division of the great estates of England was accelerated by the presence of Scandinavians, sharing land tenure between their followers in return for continued allegiance and support.


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