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FIT FOR A KING? REGALIA AND WEAPONRY IN EARLY ANGLO-SAXON ROYAL GRAVES

FIT FOR A KING? REGALIA AND WEAPONRY IN EARLY ANGLO-SAXON ROYAL GRAVES

FIT FOR A KING? REGALIA AND WEAPONRY IN EARLY ANGLO-SAXON ROYAL GRAVES

JOHN HINES

Archaeologia Baltica 8 (2007)

The excavation of a princely grave of the early seventh century at Prittlewell, Essex, in 2003, is the starting point for a review of the development of kingship in early Anglo-Saxon England. Emphasis is placed upon the equally important contributions of history and archaeology. It is…

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Going medieval: Prittlewell Priory, Essex

Going medieval: Prittlewell Priory in @visitsouthend @southendmuseums #travel

Panoramic view inside of the 11th Century Priory … Priory Park, Southend on Sea

11th Century Priory … Priory Park, Southend on Sea

11th Century Priory … Priory Park, Southend on Sea

Prittlewell Priory in winter

Prittlewell Priory in winter

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