Meeting places in the Northern Danelaw, c.900 - c. 1100

Speaker(s): 
Tudor Skinner
Date: 
1 December 2015

Tudor completed a PhD at Durham in 2014. 

This paper seeks to characterise the dynamic relations between meeting places and their associated administrative divisions in the early medieval northeast. It will draw upon numerous strands of evidence in order to map and analyse the shifting landscape combining established emphases upon documentary sources and place-names with an ever growing corpus of archaeological data. 

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Meeting places in the Northern Danelaw, c.900 - c. 1100 | Institute of Historical Research

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