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Early Medieval Ireland Ad 400-1100 Evidence From Archaeological Excavations

Early Medieval Ireland Ad 400-1100 Evidence From Archaeological Excavations
This book investigates and reconstructs evidence from archaeological excavations conducted between 1930 and 2012 and uses the findings to explore how the medieval Irish lived in the period AD 400-100.
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ISBN/EAN9781904890607
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Pub. Date: February 21 2014
Author: O'SULLIVAN, AIDAN
Format: Hardback
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How did people create and live in their own worlds in early medieval Ireland; what did they actually do; and to what end did they think they were doing it? This book investigates and reconstructs from archaeological evidence how early medieval Irish people lived together as social groups, worked the land as farmers, worshipped God, made and used objects and buried their dead around them. It focuses on the evidence from excavations conducted between 1930 and 2012 and uses that evidence to explore how people used their landscapes, dwellings and material culture to effect and negotiate social, ideological and economic continuities and changes during the period ad 400 - 1100.
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