|Title: ||Engendered bodies and objects of memory in the final phase graves|
|Affiliation: ||University of Chester|
|Citation: ||In J. Buckberry, & A. Cherryson (Eds), Burial in later Anglo-Saxon England c.650-1100 AD (pp. 27-37). Oxford: Oxbow, 2010|
|Publisher: ||Oxbow Books (for The Osteoarchaeological Research Group)|
|Issue Date: ||2010 |
|Additional Links: ||http://www.oxbowbooks.com|
|Abstract: ||This book chapter discusses five female-gendered wealthy grave assemblages from two burial plots at Harford Farm in Norfolk, focusing on the burial of grave goods as a strategy to constitute the social memories of an idealised aristocratic female personhood.|
|Type: ||Book chapter|
|Description: ||This book chapter is not available on ChesterRep.|
Harford Farm, Norfolk
|Series/Report no.: ||Studies in funerary archaeology|
|Appears in Collections: ||Archaeology|
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