Byways in British Archaeology

Byways in British Archaeology

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Johnson's detailed and enthusiastically written 1912 history of Britain's churches and their churchyards emphasises the concept of 'folk memory', a diminishing means of recalling and understanding the past. The study looks at material archaeological discoveries whilst addressing the significance of place names, site orientation, folktales and pagan prehistory.... 96 St Hildaa#39;s Day, 234 St Isidore, 210 St Jerome, on baptism, 220 St John, 226 St John Lateran (Rome), church, 214 St ]ohna#39;s Point (co. ... 359 Sanctus bell, 151 Sanderstead (Surrey), 372 Sandwich (Kent), mayor chosen in church, 143; St Clementa#39;s church, 448 Sandwich ... 38, 4o, 41, 50 Sarum Manual, 315 Saxon churches, 9, 1o, 13, 62, I08-11, 117, 211; modes of punishment, 68; barrow at Taplow, anbsp;...

Title:Byways in British Archaeology
Author:Walter Johnson
Publisher:Cambridge University Press - 2011-11-18


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