The Royal Residences Network – Investigating places of Royal Residence in Early Medieval Britain
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Lyminge Excavations at the village of Lyminge, Kent, by the University of Reading have uncovered an Anglo-Saxon royal complex and monastery, with occupation extending back into the 5th century A.D.

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Yeavering Yeavering, Northumberland lies in the shadow of the Cheviot Hills, immediately below Yeavering Bell, a hill fort believed to be active as late as the 4th century AD.

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recensione di gente che ha guadagnato con le opzioni digitali This project focuses on one Anglo-Saxon kingdom, that of Wessex. A pilot project to digitally map archaeological data, including metal-detector finds, was carried out on a stretch of the river Thames between Wallingford and Lechlade.

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