Middle and Later Saxon England - 10 credits (HS2309)
This course covers the archaeological evidence for the development of Anglo-Saxon England 650- 1050 AD. This is one of the crucial periods in the development of England with the emergence of a few large kingdoms and then England’s eventual unification. Major social and economic transformations in rural settlements, towns and artefacts help to delineate the scale of these changes.
Staff: John Hines
Teaching: 10 hours of teaching; 1 seminar
Assessment: 1 essay (50%) and 1 examination (50%)