Discover recent research published in Medieval Archaeology
Medieval Archaeology is the journal of The Society for Medieval Archaeology and seeks to further the study of the period from the 5th to the 16th century AD by publishing a journal of international standing dealing primarily with the archaeological evidence.
We have brought together a number of articles from recent issues to offer an insight into the influential research published by the journal.
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|Archaeology and Myth in Early Medieval Europe: Making the Gods of Early Ireland||Patrick Gleeson||64||1|
|Furnishing an Early Medieval Monastery: New Evidence from Iona||Ewan Campbell,Colleen Batey,Griffin Murray &Cynthia Thickpenny||63||2|
|Early Christian Grave Monuments and Ecclesiastical Developments in 11th-Century Sweden||Cecilia Ljung||63||1|
|Mead-Halls of the Oiscingas: A New Kentish Perspective on the Anglo-Saxon Great Hall Complex Phenomenon||Gabor Thomas||62||2|
|A Comparative Compositional Study of 7th- to 11th-Century Copper-Alloy Pins from Sedgeford, England, and Domburg, the Netherlands||Marcus A Roxburgh & Bertil J H Van Os||62||2|