Childhood in Anglo-Saxon England

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Sutton, 1999 - History - 198 pages
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Never has the term Dark Ages been more relevant than to the study of the early medieval child. Although there is now detailed information on Roman and late medieval families, childhood in the Anglo-Saxon child is presented in this study of the archaeological evidence such as excavated cemeteries and settlement sites, as well as the more limited documentary sources.

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Contents

Archaeological Sources
14
Documentary Sources
33
Age Thresholds and Rites of Passage
47
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About the author (1999)

Sally Crawford is Lecturer in Medieval Archaeology at the University of Birmingham.

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