Civitas to Kingdom: British Political Continuity, 300 - 800


      Civitas to Kingdom: British Political Continuity, 300 - 800
The typical image of Dark Age Britain is that after the Romans left, developments came to a halt until the Anglo Saxons arrived Drawing on archaeological and other sources, the author of this study argues that the political structures persevered to become those of the Middle Ages. New Read [ Civitas to Kingdom: British Political Continuity, 300 - 800 ] by [ Ken Dark ] – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

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  • Paperback
  • 336 pages
  • Civitas to Kingdom: British Political Continuity, 300 - 800
  • Ken Dark
  • English
  • 08 May 2019
  • 071850206X

10 thoughts on “ Civitas to Kingdom: British Political Continuity, 300 - 800

  1. says:

    Continuity used to be a dirty word for certain old style archaeologists, wedded as they were to the concept of waves of invaders to the British Isles and keen to stave off latter day druid mystics and leyline enthusiasts Now the balance has righted a bit, it is good to see attempts to address the likely dynamics of social, cultural, political and religious change in the post Roman period.Ken Dark s study first appeared in hardback in 1994, and apart from minor corrections remains essentially Continuity used to be a dirty word for certain old style archaeologists, wedded as they were to the concept of waves of invaders to the British Isles and keen to stave off latter day druid mystics and leyline enthusiasts Now the balance has righted a bit, it is good to se...

  2. says:

    Kenneth Dark was a student under, if I have gotten my inferences right, David Dumville So, you can be certain he has done his research A quick scan of his bibliography confirms that Unlike his mentor, this book is an attempt to take a fresh look at some old materials For instance, a good portion of the book is devoted to delineating the outlines of the lower British kingdoms by using sites that claimed a saint or saints were associated with that kingdom Obviously the kingdoms did not have Kenneth Dark was a student under, if I have gotten my inferences right, David Dumville So, you can be certain he has done his research A quick scan of his bibliography confirms that Unlike his mentor, this book is an attempt to take a fresh look at some old materials For instanc...

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