The Oxford Handbook of Later Medieval Archaeology in Britain explores the remains of the past still visible in modern Britain and their ancient cultural roots.
What does this book cover?
The Oxford Handbook of Later Medieval Archaeology in Britain is a premier example of what has made the Oxford Handbooks series so beloved a set of texts. It explores virtually everything scientifically known about Britain’s latter medieval period through an interdisciplinary collection of researchers.
Just a few of the best features of this book include:
About the Author
Alejandra Gutiérrez teaches at Durham university, where she is a Research Fellow specialising in medieval goods, trade and exchange. Perhaps her most famous work is Mediterranean Pottery in Wessex Households. Professor Christopher Gerrard is also at Durham, where he teaches Medieval Archaeology. He has done fieldwork in Scotland, the Azores and throughout England.
Here, they have produced a masterpiece which can help you understand the people of Latter medieval Britain in much greater detail.