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Winchester Studies 9.i: The People of Early Winchester,9780198131700

Winchester Studies 9.i: The People of Early Winchester

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Format: Hardcover
Pub. Date: 2/15/2017
Publisher(s): Oxford University Press
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Author Biography


Caroline M. Stuckert holds a B. A. in history from Bryn Mawr College, and an M. A. in physical anthropology and Ph.D. in archaeology and physical anthropology from the University of Pennsylvania. She has taught at Muhlenberg College and the University of Pennsylvania. Her research interests center on the British Isles from the Iron Age through medieval periods, and she has conducted research and participated in excavations in both England and Ireland. In addition, she has enjoyed a 25-year career as a consultant and senior museum executive. A native Philadelphian, Connie has spent extended periods in Britain, and currently lives in the Philadelphia suburbs.

Table of Contents


List of illustrations
List of tables
List of abbreviations
List of references
Part 1 Introduction Martin Biddle and Birthe Kjolbye-Biddle
1. Introduction
2. Concept
3. The origin, growth, and completion of this study
4. The outcome: a summary
Part 2 Romano-British Populations from Lankhills and other cemeteries in Winchester Caroline M. Stuckert
1. Introduction
2. Demography
3. Physical characteristics
4. Dentition
5. Pathology
6. Lankhills decapitations revisited, J. L. Macdonald
7. Catalogue of the burials from the Lankhills 1967-72 excavations
Part 3 The transition from Romano-British to early Anglo-Saxon in Hampshire Caroline M. Stuckert
1. Introduction
2. Archaeological background: the Early Anglo-Saxon sites
3. Demography
4. Physical characteristics
5. Dentition
6. Discussion
Part 4 Anglo-Saxon and medieval populations from the old and new minster and cathedral cemeteries Theya Molleson, Rosemary Powers, John Price, and Pauline Sheppard
1. Introduction
2. Demography
3. Physical variation
4. Discontinuous variation and congenital anomalies
5. Dental health
6. General health
7. Injuries
8. Conclusions
Part 5 The population of Winchester: A millennium of continuity and change Caroline M. Stuckert
1. Introduction
2. Population continuity and change
3. Health and lifestyle
4. Discussion
Appendix A: Other burial groups found 1961-71, artin Biddle and Birthe Kjolbye-Biddle, with a contribution by Sue Browne
Appendix B: Statistical methods of determining sex developed for the study of the Hampshire Romano-British and Early Anglo-Saxon skeletal samples, Caroline M. Stuckert
Appendix C: Grave concordance: Anglo-Saxon and Medieval burials from the Old Minster and Cathedral cemeteries, Caroline M. Stuckert
Appendix D: Glossary

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