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  2. Travels on the sea and in the mind

    Carver, M. O. H., 2014, The Maritime World of the Anglo-Saxons: Essays in Anglo-Saxon Studies. Klein, S. S. & Schipper, W. (eds.). Tempe, Arizona: Arizona Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Vol. 5. p. 21 36 p.

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  3. Understanding human movement and interaction through the movement of animals and animal products

    Ashby, S. P., Mondini, M. (ed.), Muñoz, S. (ed.) & Wickler, S. (ed.), 2004, Colonisation, migration and marginal areas : a zooarchaeological approach. Oxford: Oxbow, Vol. 2. p. 4-9 478 p. (Proceedings of the 9th ICAZ Conference, Durham, 2002).

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  4. Varied mobility in the Neolithic: the Linerbandkeramik on the move

    Bickle, P. F., Apr 2016, Moving on in Neolithic studies: Understanding mobile lives. Leary, J. & Kador, T. (eds.). Oxford: Oxbow Books, p. 14-27 14 p.

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  5. What were they thinking? Intellectual territories in Anglo-Saxon England

    Carver, M., 2011, The Oxford Handbook of Anglo-Saxon Archaeology. Hinton, D. A., Crawford, S. & Hamerow, H. (eds.). Oxford: Oxford University Press, p. 914-947

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  6. Why that? Why there? Why then? The politics of early medieval monumentality

    Carver, M. & Hamerow, H. (ed.), 2001, Image and Power in the Archaeology of Early Medieval Britain: Essays in honour of Rosemary Cramp. Oxford, UK: Oxbow Books, p. 1-22 21 p.

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