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Early Anglo-Saxon England - 10 credits (HS2307)

The end of the Roman province of Britain and the creation of the Anglo-Saxon kingdoms are two key features of this formative period of British history. The apparent sharpness of the transition from Roman to English worlds is a matter of intense modern debate. This module focuses on the archaeological and, to a lesser extent, historical evidence for the Anglo-Saxons c. 400–650 AD.

Staff: John Hines
Teaching: 10 lectures; 1 seminar
Assessment: 1 essay (50%) and 1 examination (50%)
Semester: Autumn