Anglian York


The Anglian, or Anglo-Saxon, period is the least well-understood period of York’s long history. While written sources describe a city which re-emerges as an important ecclesiastical centre, a seat of governance, a place of scholarship and learning, a commercial entrepot and a draw for ‘divers peoples,’ physical evidence for any of this has been hard to find. This book endeavours to pull together, and make accessible, the archaeological evidence for this elusive period and to provide a glimpse of the people who dwelt in York in the centuries between the departure of the Romans and the arrival of the Vikings.

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Weight 350 g