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"Kingdom and People of Kent, AD 400-1066: Their History and Archaeology" by Stuart Brookes and Sue Harrington

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"Kingdom and People of Kent, AD 400-1066: Their History and Archaeology" by Stuart Brookes and Sue Harrington

"Kingdom and People of Kent, AD 400-1066: Their History and Archaeology" by Stuart Brookes and Sue Harrington
History Press | 2013 | ISBN: 0752456946 9780752498300 9780752456942 | 164 pages | PDF | 6 MB

This book draws archaeological & historical evidence together in one volume to explain how Kent became the most important place in England, noted for its power, culture, wealth & international contacts & why, by the 9th century, it had become absorbed by its more powerful neighbours, the Anglo-Saxons.

Contents
Acknowledgements
Chapter 1 Introduction and Background
Chapter 2 Fifth-Century Kent: a Sub-Roman Province?
Chapter 3 From Multi-Culture to Kentish Culture: ad 500–580/90
Chapter 4 Æthelberht’s Kent: c.ad 589–618
Chapter 5 The Middle Anglo-Saxon Kingdom of Kent: c.ad 650–850
Chapter 6 The End of the Kingdom of Kent
Chapter 7 Conclusions
Appendix 1 The Law Codes of Æthelberht
Appendix 2 The Law Codes of Hlothhere and Eadric
Appendix 3 The Law Codes of Wihtred
Appendix 4 The Kentish Kings and Rulers
Further Reading
Plates
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