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Wulfhere’s People: a conversion-period Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Wolverton, Milton Keynes. By A J Hancock and R J Zeepvat. Pp x + 144, 246 ills, 7 tables. Buckinghamshire Archaeological Society Monograph Series no. 11. isbn9780995717749. Np.

  • Catherine Hills

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Hills, C 2015. ‘Work boxes or reliquaries?’, in Ruhmann, C and Brieske, V (eds), Dying Gods: religious beliefs in northern and eastern Europe in the time of Christianisation, Neue Studien zur Sachsenforschung 5, 5161, Braunschweigisches Landesmuseum and Niedersächsisches Landesmuseum Hannover, Braunschweig

Wulfhere’s People: a conversion-period Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Wolverton, Milton Keynes. By A J Hancock and R J Zeepvat. Pp x + 144, 246 ills, 7 tables. Buckinghamshire Archaeological Society Monograph Series no. 11. isbn9780995717749. Np.

  • Catherine Hills

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