Landscapes in transition: the later Roman and early medieval periods
University of Exeter
The Society for Landscape Studies
In recent decades new light has been cast upon the impact of the Anglo-Saxons in England. This chapter examines tbe concept of continuity and discontinuity through the use of documentary, place-name, archaeological and palaeoenvironmental data integrated with evidence from the landscape itself.
Reproduced with permission of the publisher.
Rippon, S.J., Landscapes in transition: the later Roman and early Medieval periods. In Hook, D. (ed.) 'Landscape: the richest historical record', pp. 47-61. Society for Landscape Studies supplementary series 1.