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Author Topic: Living and dying in Cambridge after Rome - recorded online talk  (Read 468 times)

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Here is a link to a recent talk that might be of interest:

Dr Caroline Goodson (King’s) hosts Dr Sam Lucy (Newnham), who is a world-recognised expert in Anglo-Saxon archaeology and cemeteries in particular, to learn more about what we know about Cambridge after the Roman period and why cemetery archaeology in particular is such a critical source of new evidence.

The discovery last summer at Barton Road in Newnham of a burial ground dating from the early Anglo-Saxon period (5th to 7th centuries) is prompting new research into old questions about life and death in a key period of the history of Britain.

https://www.kings.cam.ac.uk/digitalweek/living-and-dying-in-cambridge-after-rome
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