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  • Terri Morgan
    Liverpool University Press is pleased to announce the following title is now available in a new paperback edition: The Material Culture of Daily Living in the
    Message 1 of 3 , May 22, 2013
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      Liverpool University Press is pleased to announce the following title is now
      available in a new paperback edition:



      The Material Culture of Daily Living in the Anglo-Saxon World

      Edited by Maren Clegg Hyer & Gale R. Owen-Crocker



      Series: Exeter Studies in Medieval Europe

      Paperback ISBN: 9780859898805, Paperback price: £25.00

      [Hardback published 2011]



      A collection which introduces serious students of Anglo-Saxon culture to the
      realities of everyday Anglo-Saxon life through reference to artefacts and
      textual sources.



      ‘This volume provides a helpful, clear, and practical overview of the key
      sites and objects in the Anglo-Saxon repertoire. It will be a valuable
      introductory textbook to the ways in which a knowledge of the physical
      evidence can enhance literary and historical readings of the period.’

      The Medieval Review, 12.10.34, 2012



      CONTENTS

      List of illustrations
      1. Introduction: Material Culture and the Study of Anglo-Saxon England -
      Maren Glegg Hyer
      2. Prelude: Agriculture Through the Year - David Hill
      3. The True Staff of Life: The Multiple Roles of Plants - .P.Bigga
      4. Steep Vessel, High Horn-ship: Water Transport - Katin Thier
      5. 'To eat, to wear, to work': The Place of Sheep and Cattle in the Economy
      - Christopher Grocock
      6. Devil's Crafts and Dragon's Skins? Sheaths, Shoes and Other Leatherwork -
      Esther Cameron and Quita Mould
      7. Chanting upon a Dunghill: Working Skeletal Materials - Ian Riddler and
      Nicola Trzaska-Nartowski
      8. Eath's Treasures: Food and Drink - Christina Lee
      9. Woven Works: Making and Using Textiles - Maren Clegg Hyer and Gale R.
      Owen-Cocker
      10. Weland's Work: Metals and Metalsmiths - David A. Hinton
      11. 'Seldom ... does the deadly spear rest for long': Weapons and Armour -
      Gale R.Owen-Cocker
      12. Things of This World: Portable Antiquities and Their Potential -
      Michael Lewis, Andrew Richardson and David Williams
      13. Sight, Insight and Hand: Some Reflections on the Design and Manufacture
      of the Fuller Brooch - Elizabeth Coatsworth and Michael Pinder
      14. The Bright Cup: Early Medieval Vessel Glass - Win Stephens
      15. Body and Soul: Disease and Impairment - Christina Lee

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    • Kim Gibson
      Oh man, there is no end of good books to buy.... I really really should have won the lottery! Kim Gibson http://threadtales.blogspot.com To:
      Message 2 of 3 , May 22, 2013
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        Oh man, there is no end of good books to buy.... I really really should have won the lottery!


        Kim Gibson

        http://threadtales.blogspot.com


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        Date: Wed, 22 May 2013 17:59:12 -0400
        Subject: [Authentic_SCA] FW: Now in paperback - The Material Culture of Daily Living in the Anglo-Saxon World


























        Liverpool University Press is pleased to announce the following title is now

        available in a new paperback edition:



        The Material Culture of Daily Living in the Anglo-Saxon World



        �This volume provides a helpful, clear, and practical overview of the key

        sites and objects in the Anglo-Saxon repertoire. It will be a valuable

        introductory textbook to the ways in which a knowledge of the physical

        evidence can enhance literary and historical readings of the period.�

























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      • Lesseley
        For those in the US, Amazon.com has this book (paperback) for $36.22 + $3.99 S/H. through The Book Depository. Your tax will vary per you state. I just
        Message 3 of 3 , May 23, 2013
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          For those in the US, Amazon.com has this book (paperback) for $36.22 + $3.99 S/H. through The Book Depository. Your tax will vary per you state. I just ordered one for myself.

          Lori Northon/Thryth/Tamsin
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