1 edition of Early Medieval Art and Archaeology in the Northern World found in the catalog.
Early Medieval Art and Archaeology in the Northern World
Written in English
|Statement||Edited by Andrew Reynolds and Leslie Webster|
|Series||The Northern World -- 58|
|Contributions||Graham-Campbell, James, honouree|
|LC Classifications||N5970 .E27 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2012027328|
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Early Medieval Art and Archaeology in the Northern World brings together leading experts on the European early Middle Ages in a celebration of the life and work of internationally renowned scholar James Graham-Campbell.
The geographical coverage of this volume reflects Graham-Campbell's interests and expertise which ranges from Ireland to Eastern Europe and Cited by: 3. Early Medieval Art and Archaeology in the Northern World brings together leading experts on the European early Middle Ages in a celebration of the life and work of internationally renowned scholar James Graham-Campbell.
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My library.Neil Christie is Professor in Medieval Archaeology at the University of Leicester. He has published a variety of sole authored and edited or co-edited volumes which have explored late antique and early medieval towns, landscape and peoples; a particular geographic focus is Italy, but he has worked also in Spain and Hungary.