This book brings together the papers presented at the Society for medieval Archaeology's spring conference held in York in 2002. The conference set out to reunite urban and rural archaeology. Papers define the differences between town and country, compare the two ways of life, trace the interconnecting links between townspeople and country dwellers, and show how they interacted and influenced on anotherHall, D. and Coles, J. 1994, Fenland Survey: An Essay in Landscape and Persistence, English Heritage, London. Hammon, A. ... Hatton, A. 2002, Medieval Activity at Red Lion Lane, Sutton, Cambridgeshire County Council Archaeological Report no. 206 ... Macaulay, S.P.M. forthcoming, Excavations at Ramsey Abbey in 1998 and 2002, Cambridgeshire County Council Archaeological Report, Cambridge.
|Title||:||Town and Country in the Middle Ages|
|Author||:||Katherine Giles, Christopher Dyer|
|Publisher||:||Maney Pub - 2005|