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Warrior
Warrior

Warrior

A Life of War in Anglo-Saxon Britain

Edoardo Albert

(author)

,

Paul Gething

(author)

Hardback
1400 years, 206 bones, 1 extraordinary story... A fighter with no name, painstakingly brought back to life by the archaeologist who found his remains, and the historian who can tell the extraordinary stories those bones reveal.
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Warrior: A Life of War in Anglo-Saxon Britain A01 By (author) N Edoardo Albert A01 By (author) N Paul Gething 234 153 18 475 BB Hardback 304 Granta Books Granta Books London United Kingdom HDDM Medieval European archaeology HBJD1 British & Irish history HBLC1 Medieval history HBW Military history 1DBKE England 3F c 500 CE to c 1000 CE 1.3 NKD NHDJ NHD NHW Archaeology by period / region European history: medieval period, middle ages European history Military history 1D 3KL 3KH 1DDU-GB-E 3K Europe c 1000 CE to c 1500 c 500 CE to c 1000 CE England CE period up to c 1500 Warrior tells the story of forgotten man, a man whose bones were found in an Anglo-Saxon graveyard at Bamburgh castle in Northumberland. It is the story of a violent time when Britain was defining itself in waves of religious fervour, scattered tribal expansion and terrible bloodshed; it is the story of the fighting class, men apart, defined in life and death by their experiences on the killing field; it is an intricate and riveting narrative of survival and adaptation set in the stunning political and physical landscapes of medieval England. Warrior is a classic of British history, a landmark of popular archaeology, and a must-read for anyone interested in the story of where we've come from. Edoardo Albert is a writer from London. Paul Gething is the lead archaeologist at the renowned Bamburgh castle dig. They are the authors of Northumbria: The Lost Kingdom. 19092019 02 RRP including tax GB GBP 18.99 0.00 18.99 This price includes a tax element GB 20 Available 16 ARGOSY BERT GARD Y Warrior tells the story of forgotten man, a man whose bones were found in an Anglo-Saxon graveyard at Bamburgh castle in Northumberland. It is the story of a violent time when Britain was defining itself in waves of religious fervour, scattered tribal expansion and terrible bloodshed; it is the story of the fighting class, men apart, defined in life and death by their experiences on the killing field; it is an intricate and riveting narrative of survival and adaptation set in the stunning political and physical landscapes of medieval England. Warrior is a classic of British history, a landmark of popular archaeology, and a must-read for anyone interested in the story of where we've come from.
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Book publisher Granta Books
Publication date 19 Sep 2019
Format Hardback
Pages 304
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