Wessex in the Early Middle Ages
Leicester University Press, 1995 - 367 pages
Wessex is central to the study of early medieval English history; it was the dynasty which created the kingdom of England. This volume uses archaeological and place-name evidence to present an authoritative account of the most significant of the English Kingdoms.
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A Period of Transition Wessex c 400c 600
The Creation of Wessex c 600802
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