• Engendered bodies and objects of memory in Final Phase graves

      Williams, Howard; University of Chester (Oxbow Books, 2010-07-07)
      The grave goods within conversion-period or Final Phase burial rites of the seventh and early eighth centuries AD have received varying explanations by archaeologists. Common interpreative themes include religious conversion, kingdom formation and new ideologies connected to both of these processes. This book chapter presents a distinct but related perspective on the wealthy female assemblages found in some Final Phase graves at Harford Farm, Norfolk.