6 edition of The early Christian archaeology of North Britain found in the catalog.
The early Christian archaeology of North Britain
1971 by Oxford University Press for the University of Glasgow in London, New York .
Written in English
Bibliography: p. -245.
|Series||The Hunter Marshall lectures|
|LC Classifications||BR133.G6 T48|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 253 p., 8 plates;|
|Number of Pages||253|
|LC Control Number||75858359|
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The Oxford Handbook of Early Christian Archaeology brings together significant work by leading scholars of the archaeology of early Christianity in the Mediterranean and surrounding regions.
The thirty-four contributions to this volume ground the history, culture, and society of the first seven centuries of Christianity in archaeological method, theory, and research. Buy Early Christian Archaeology of North Britain First Edition by Thomas, Charles (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low Author: Charles Thomas. Early Christian archaeology of North Britain. London, New York, Oxford University Press for the University of Glasgow, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Charles Thomas. The early Christian archaeology of North Britain: the Hunter Marshall lectures delivered at the University of Glasgow in January and February ; London: Oxford University Press for the University of Glasgow, ISBN ; English Heritage Book of Tintagel; Batsford, ISBN Born: Antony Charles Thomas, 26 April.
Having had no real experience with the archaeology of early Christian documents, the subject matter of this book was new territory for me. I had really enjoyed the author's previous work, "Before Religion: A History of a Modern Concept," so I 5/5(6). The Oxford Handbook of Early Christian Archaeology brings together expert work by leading scholars of the archaeology of Early Christianity and the Roman world in the Mediterranean and surrounding thirty-four contributions to this volume survey Christian material culture and ground the history, culture, and society of the first seven Brand: Oxford University Press.
Encyclopedia of Early Christian Art & Archaeology. Book November on the north side (transformed into a rectangular cha pel in a : Paul Corby Finney. The book will be based on evidence from archaeological excavations, early texts and recent critical scholarship and cover Wessex, Devon and Cornwall.
In the south-west, Wessex provides the greatest evidence of Roman Christianity. Rosemary Cramp’s research has centred upon the archaeology of the early medieval church, especially stone sculpture.
Though her work has focused primarily on Anglo-Saxon England, and particularly on Northumbria, she has always maintained an enthusiastic interest in the early medieval archaeology of Celtic Britain and Ireland. Thomas, The early Christian archaeology of North Britain Issue.
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His many publications include: The Early Christian Archaeology of North Britain (), Britain and Ireland in Early Christian Times (), Christianity in Roman Britain (), Exploration of a Drowned Landscape: Archaeology and History in the Isles of Scilly (), Celtic Britain () and Tintagel: Arthur and Archaeology ().ISBN 0.
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