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Warriors of the Dark Ages (Warriors of Europe)
by Jennifer Laing

This book examines the barbarians from Europe and beyond who harassed, eroded and eventually caused the disintegration of the Roman Empire. As the authors show, ...

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Anglo-Saxon Burial Mounds: Princely Burials in the 6th and 7th Centuries
by Stephen Pollington

Stephen Pollington is well known for his many works popularising scholarship and archaeology on Anglo-Saxon England. Here he turns his attention to probably the ...

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Anglo-Saxon Thegn AD 449–1066 (Warrior)
by Mark Harrison

The collapse of Roman rule in Britain was not so much a sudden catastrophe as a long and drawn-out decline. The 'Celtic' Britons retreated gradually to the highland ...

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Arthur and the Anglo-Saxon Wars (Men-at-Arms)
by David Nicolle

The Arthurian Age; the Celtic Twilight; the Dark Ages; the Birth of England; these are the powerfully romantic names often given to one of the most confused yet ...

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The Sword in Anglo-Saxon England: Its Archaeology and Literature
by Hilda Ellis Davidson

This book is an invaluable exploration of the significance of the sword as symbol and weapon in the Anglo-Saxon world, using archaeological and literary evidence. ...

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