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Our latest Newsletter has landed!

Posted On: May 15th, 2024

The Spring 2024 issue of the Medieval Archaeology Newsletter should be hitting members’ doormats shortly. Issue 71 contents include: A tile-making site at Finchingfield, Essex Making the March: Contesting lands in the Early Medieval Frontier Fonmon Castle Landscape Project: Excavations at Llancadle South II Early Medieval cemetery Crystal Magic, Tolkien & The Thief of Baghdad

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Previously undiscovered henge re-used in Anglo-Saxon and later periods, excavations find

Posted On: April 8th, 2024

Sacred Landscapes and Deep Time: Mobility, Memory, and Monasticism on Crowland Duncan Wright and Hugh Willmott have published a new article about their excavations at Anchor Church Field, which found a previously undiscovered prehistoric henge, reused in the Anglo-Saxon period and then by Crowland Abbey who built a hall and chapel on the site. Whilst

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Medieval Archaeology issue 67.2 now available

Posted On: December 7th, 2023

I’m very pleased to announce that issue 67.2 of Medieval Archaeology has now been published online and the print copy should be arriving with members shortly. The content in this issue includes seven original articles focusing on new research from Britain, the Czech Republic, Italy, Denmark and Finland, covering both the early and late medieval

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*SALE* Buy printed back volumes of Medieval Archaeology for a reduced price!

Posted On: October 10th, 2016

As a member of the Society for Medieval Archaeology we’d like to offer you a special opportunity to purchase printed back volumes of Medieval Archaeology and Medieval Archaeology Indexes at a reduced price. This is a limited time offer and will be available until the 30th November 2016. It will also be your final chance

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NEW SMA Monograph now available!

Posted On: January 8th, 2016

The latest SMA monograph to be published, the 37th in the series, is Maritime Societies of the Viking and Medieval World. This collection of 24 papers is edited by James H Barrett and Sarah Jane Gibbon and focuses on the Baltic, North and Irish Seas in the Viking Age (AD 790–1050) and early Middle Ages (AD 1050–1200), with a few later examples

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Posted On: December 23rd, 2015

Dear Society Members, We would like to update you on publication of volume 59 of Medieval Archaeology. This should have been sent out to Members by the end of November. Unfortunately there has been some delay in production at Routledge, Taylor & Francis. We are pleased to be able to reassure members that Volume 59

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