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Everyday Life in Viking-Age Towns
D M Hadley, Letty Ten Harkel
The study of early medieval towns has frequently concentrated on urban beginnings, the search for broadly applicable definitions of urban characteristics and the chronological development of towns. Far less attention has been paid to the experienc...
Masculinity in Medieval Europe
D M Hadley
An original and highly accessible collection of essays which is based on a huge range of historical sources to reveal the realities of mens' lives in the Middle Ages. It covers an impressive geographical range - including essays on Italy, France, ...
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- this volume makes a significant contribution to our awareness of children in the medieval world. Its focus, however, is Britain and it is hoped that archaeological work elsewhere in Europe and beyond will be covered at some point. Nonetheless, this is a highly recommended source for students and academics alike. * Medieval Archaeology *
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Dawn Hadley is Professor of Medieval Archaeology at the University of Sheffield. Her research interests include the society and culture of Anglo-Saxon and medieval England and the impact of the Vikings on Britain. Her publications include Everyday Life in Viking Towns (ed with L. Ten Harkel, 2013) and the The Vikings in England: Settlement, Society and Culture (2006).
1. Introduction: archaeological approaches to medieval childhood, c. 500-1500 - D. M. Hadley and K. A. Hemer 2. Archaeology of the medieval family- Sally Crawford 3.'Merely players'? Playtime, material culture and medieval childhood - Mark A. Hall 4. The spaces of late medieval peasant childhood: children and social reproduction- Sally Smith 5. Seeing the medieval child: evidence from household and craft- Maureen Mellor 6. Eavesdropping on short lives: Eaves-drip burial and the differential treatment of children one year of age and under in early Christian cemeteries- Elizabeth Craig-Atkins 7. Through the flames of the pyre: the continuing search for Anglo-Saxon infants and children- Kirsty E. Squires 8. Are we nearly there yet? Children and migration in early medieval western Britain- K. A. Hemer 9. Interdisciplinarity, archaeology and the study of medieval childhood- Carenza Lewis Childhood in the Past Monograph Series Volume 1: Childhood and Violence in the Western Tradition Edited by Laurence Brockliss and Heather Montgomery Volume 2: The Dark Side of childhood in Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages Edited by Katariina Mustakallio and Christian Laes Volume 3: Medieval Childhood: archaeological approaches Edited by D. M. Hadley and K. A. Hemer