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Early Anglo-Saxon cemeteries

Social Archaeology and Material Worlds

Series editors
Chantal Conneller, Laura McAtackney and Joshua Pollard

Founding editors
Joshua Pollard and Duncan Sayer

Social Archaeology and Material Worlds aims to forefront dynamic and cutting-edge social approaches to archaeology. It brings together volumes about past people, social and material relations and landscape as explored through an archaeological lens. Topics covered may include memory, performance, identity, gender, life course, communities, materiality, landscape and archaeological politics and ethnography. The temporal scope runs from prehistory to the recent past, while the series’ geographical scope is global. Books in this series bring innovative, interpretive approaches to important social questions within archaeology. Interdisciplinary methods which use up-to-date science, history or both, in combination with good theoretical insight, are encouraged. The series aims to publish research monographs and well-focused edited volumes that explore dynamic and complex questions, the why, how and who of archaeological research.

Previously published

Images in the making: Art, process, archaeology Ing-Marie Back Danielsson and Andrew Meirion Jones (eds)

Neolithic cave burials: Agency, structure and environment Rick Peterson

The Irish tower house: Society, economy and environment, c. 13001650 Victoria L. McAlister

An archaeology of lunacy: Managing madness in early nineteenth-century asylums Katherine Fennelly

Communities and knowledge production in archaeology Julia Roberts, Kathleen Sheppard, Jonathan Trigg and Ulf Hansson (eds)


Urban Zooarchaeology James Morris

An archaeology of innovation: Approaching social and technological change in human society Catherine J. Frieman

Early Anglo-Saxon cemeteries

Kinship, community and identity

Duncan Sayer

Manchester University Press

Published by Manchester University Press

Altrincham Street, Manchester M1 7JA


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ISBN 978 1 5261 3556 8 hardback

First published 2020

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Kinship, community and identity


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