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THE MATERIAL CULTURE OF THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT IN THE ANGLO-SAXON WORLD. Ed. by Gale Owen-Crocker. Liverpool University Press, 2016. Distributed by Oxford University Press. 398 pp. ISBN 9781781382653 In English.
Publisher's description: The Material Culture of the Built Environment in the Anglo-Saxon World, second volume of Daily Living in the Anglo-Saxon World, continues to introduce students of Anglo-Saxon culture to aspects of the realities of the built environment that surrounded Anglo-Saxon peoples through reference to archaeological and textual sources. It considers what structures intruded on the natural landscape the Anglo-Saxons inhabited - roads and tracks, ancient barrows and Roman buildings, the villages and towns, churches, beacons, boundary ditches and walls, grave-markers and standing sculptures - and explores the interrelationships between them and their part in Anglo-Saxon life.
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Worldwide Number: 175296
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