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Gran Bretagna

  1. Anglo-Saxon Cemeteries
  2. A Saxon Graveyard at Water Lane, Melbourn - Albion Archaeology
  3. Sutton Hoo WWW Site - Il cimitero reale
  4. The Sutton Hoo Room
  5. The Sutton Hoo ship recreated
  6. A Select Bibliography On Sutton Hoo, 1939-1993
  7. Sutton Hoo
  8. Sutton Hoo Room
  9. The Sutton Hoo Ship Burial: A General Background and Source List - By Thomas Robjent
  10. Sutton Hoo: Burial-Ground of the Wuffings
  11. Sutton Hoo - Battle1066.com
  12. Sutton Hoo: Burial Ground of Kings? - By Catherine Hills
  13. Scyld Scefing and Sutton Hoo
  14. Sutton Hoo - Britainexpress.com
  15. Sutton Hoo
  16. British Archaeology, no 54, August 2000 - Sixth century cemetery points to origins of Sutton Hoo
  17. In Defence of the Wuffings - A Review of Martin Carver's Sutton Hoo
  18. Sutton Hoo: window to the anglo-saxon past - by Jonathan Foggin
  19. The Sutton Hoo ship
  20. Sutton Hoo gives up a royal Dark Age secret - By David Keys, Archaeology Correspondent
  21. Recent Excavations at Sutton Hoo - by Rose Baillie
  22. Anglo-Saxon burial treasure returned to Sutton Hoo home - by Andrew Morgan
  23. Sutton Hoo
  24. Pre-Christian Art of Northern Europe; The Monastic Tradition
  25. Life in Early Anglo-Saxon Sussex - Cemeteries
  26. Anglo-Saxon Horseman Discovered in Suffolk
  27. Suffolk: Anglo-Saxon cemetery discovered
  28. Aspects of burial: Four inhumation cemeteries in East Anglia
  29. Celtic Inscribed Stones. Language, Location And Environment - University College London
  30. Anglo-Saxon Origins: The Reality of the Myth - by Malcolm Todd
  31. The Spitalfields Dig - BBC on line
  32. Domesday Fire - BBC on line
  33. The Rose Garden Mystery - BBC on line
  34. The Lost Souls - BBC on line
  35. Warrior - BBC on line
  36. The Lady of the Sands - BBC on line
  37. A Native Briton: Anglo Saxon Times - BBC on line
  38. The Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Bidford
  39. The early Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Long Wittenham
  40. The early Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Snell's Corner, Horndean
  41. The early Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Portway, Andover
  42. The early Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Petersfinger
  43. The early Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Nassington
  44. The early Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Harnham Hill
  45. The early Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Droxford
  46. The early Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Collingbourne Ducis
  47. The early Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Brighthampton
  48. The early Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Winnall II
  49. The early Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Charlton Plantation
  50. The early Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Abingdon
  51. Suffolk site throws up new treasures - BBC News
  52. One Saxon man and his horse. Archaeological dig in Suffolk, England - History Today
  53. Power to the Pictish ladies - British Archaeology, Issue no 3, April 1995
  54. An Untimely Death... - Canterbury Archaeological Trust
  55. Buckland Anglo-Saxon Cemetery Excavations, Castle View, Mayfield Avenue, Dover - Canterbury Archaeological Trust
  56. Highdown Hill, a Saxon burial ground
  57. Death and Burial in the Anglo-Saxon World
  58. Burial Archaeology Contents - Spoilheap Archaeology
  59. Ancient Warrior Rides Again After Discovery - By Kate Watson-Smyth
  60. The Anglo-Saxons at Wasperton - Archaeology in Warwickshire
  61. Ancient Taplow - By Eric Fitch
  62. Anglo-Saxon Horseman Discovered in Suffolk - Angelcynn
  63. New Anglo-Saxon Helmet Discovered in Northamptonshire - Angelcynn
  64. Finding Britons in Anglo-Saxon graves - British Archaeology, no 10, december 1995
  65. Buckland Anglo-Saxon cemetery, Dover, Kent
  66. St Marys Headland, Seaham,Co.Durham - Dig 1999
  67. The Anglian Cemetery at Hornsea
  68. Missing, Presumed Buried? Bone Diagenesis and the Under-Representation of Anglo-Saxon Children
  69. Executions and hard Anglo-Saxon justice - British Archaeology, no 31, February 1998
  70. Coldingham Priory, Scottish Borders - Headland Archaeology Ltd.
  71. A Viking burial on Sanday, Orkney - University of Glasgow
  72. The Pagan Lady - Peel Castle - Viking Heritage Database
  73. Coldingham Priory, Scottish Borders
  74. St Mary's Churchwall, Chapel Road - Archaeology in Hampshire Annual Report for 1996, Southampton
  75. British Archaeology, no 4, May 1995 - Grave found of one of the first Irish Christians
  76. British Archaeology, no 10, December 1995 - Finding Britons in Anglo-Saxon graves
  77. British Archaeology, no 19, November 1996 - When penance continued in the grave
  78. British Archaeology, no 29, November 1997 - Ancient attitudes to ancient monuments
  79. British Archaeology, no 31, February 1998 - Executions and hard Anglo-Saxon justice
  80. British Archaeology, no 35, June 1998 - Miniature toys of medieval childhood
  81. British Archaeology, no 36, July 1998 - London monks and their fat-rich diet
  82. British Archaeology, no 47, September 1999 - Christian graves around `adapted' barrow
  83. British Archaeology, no 47, September 1999 - Here he lies, hewn down ... in the dirt
  84. British Archaeology, no 47, September 1999 - Grave of an early Saxon `princess' found in Newark
  85. British Archaeology, no 49, November 1999 - `Victims of a Viking raid' on Anglesey
  86. British Archaeology, no 50, December 1999 - New Saxon horse burial in Suffolk
  87. British Archaeology, no 53, June 2000 - Buried with the friars
  88. British Archaeology, no 53, June 2000 - Medieval `murder weapon' hidden in Suffolk ditch
  89. British Archaeology, no 54, August 2000 - Saxon royal cemetery discovered in Southampton
  90. Human Bone Studies in Canterbury Cathedral
  91. Human Bone Studies at St. George's Church
  92. A Late Saxon and early medieval site at Mill Lane, Thetford
  93. Ancient Warrior Resurrected - BBC News
  94. The Scar Viking Boat Burial, Sanday
  95. Buckland Anglo-Saxon Cemetery Excavations, Castle View, Mayfield Avenue, Dover
  96. Key Kent Sites: Monkton
  97. The Towton Project - University of Bradford
  98. Early Merovingian Burials - University of California, Berkeley
  99. Grave slabs and Pictish Symbols of Scotland
  100. The Fillingham Project - A Late Anglo-Saxon Cemetery in Lincolnshire
  101. Excavations in Ripon - MAP, Archaeological Consultancy Ltd.
  102. The Anglo-Saxons at Wasperton - Archaeology in Warwickshire
  103. Bidford-on-Avon, Warwickshire
  104. Recent excavations in Hadleigh show 4000 years of occupation
  105. Ancient Taplow - by Eric Fitch. At the Edge
  106. City Heritage - The Worcester Story
  107. Death and Burial in the Anglo-Saxon World
  108. RAF Mildenhall: Archaeological Excavation and Discovery - by John Newman, Suffolk County Council
  109. Cuxton Anglo-Saxon Cemetery - Museum of London
  110. Gamlingay in Saxon Times. Archaeological finds at Station road - By Michael G. Stubbert
  111. Excavations at Castle Park, Dunbar - Headland Archaeology Ltd.
  112. Highdown Hill - The Saxon Burial Ground
  113. Museum investigating ancient burial site - By Lorna Siggins, in Galway
  114. Lissingleys and the Meeting Place of Lindsey
  115. The early Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Long Wittenham
  116. A Saxon Graveyard at Water Lane Melbourn
  117. No longer the Bridesmaid? Cremation in Archaeology - by Duncan Robertson, University of Sheffield
  118. Norfolk village of Sedgeford
  119. Weapons of a Wealthy 7th Century Northern European Warrior - by Viscount Tarrach Alfson, KSCA
  120. Nuffield Primary History - Saxon ship burial
  121. Memorials In the Burial Ground of the Demolished 1st Baptist Church, Baptist Lane, Ossett
  122. A note on Old English terms for burial mounds
  123. Previous Archaeology in Fillingham
  124. RAF Lakenheath History
  125. Saxon grave in UASF Airforce base in Suffolk, England
  126. Silbury Hill
  127. Snape's colourful history can be traced back for 2000 years - by John Waddell, Snape Village Recorder
  128. Anglo-Saxon Lakenheath, Suffolk
  129. Post-Severan Cramond - by Craig Cessford
  130. Northamptonshire: Anglo-Saxon warrior found in compromising position
  131. The Rite to Bear Arms - by Heinrich Härke
  132. Wayland's Smithy
  133. The Ravens Warband - Weapon burials and the social context
  134. Whitehall Farm Roman Villa and Landscape Project

Italia

  1. La necropoli altomedievale di Castel Trosino
  2. La Necropoli di Nocera Umbra nel centenario della scoperta
  3. Necropoli di Nocera Umbra e Castel Trosino
  4. La Necropoli dell'Arcisa
  5. Necropoli altomedievali d'Abruzzo
  6. Tombe altomedievali nella Chiesa di S. Felice a Pavia
  7. Il santuario di Diana Tifatina a Capua
  8. Ordona (FG) - Soprintendenza Archeologica della Puglia
  9. "E dalla necropoli di Santa Sofia spuntano altre tombe" - Il Mattino on line
  10. Benevento. Riemerge la necropoli longobarda - Notiziario di Archeologia Italiana, giugno 2000
  11. Le Necropoli - Museo Archeologico dell'Abruzzo Bizantino ed Altomedievale
  12. Arsago Seprio (VA)
  13. Le Necropoli di Cividale del Friuli
  14. Necropoli Longobarda di Colle della Torre (BS)
  15. Necropoli Longobarda di Calvisano (BS)
  16. Il Tesoro del Legionario di Camisano (CR)
  17. Necropoli Longobarda di Trezzo sull'Adda (MI)
  18. Alberona (FG), Palazzo Cassitto - Soprintendenza Archeologica della Puglia
  19. Cisternino (BR), via San Quirico - Soprintendenza Archeologica della Puglia
  20. Il sarcofago di Federico II - Istituto Centrale per il Restauro
  21. Comune di Sparanise, Briccelle - ritrovamenti sul tratto TAV Roma-Napoli

Francia e Belgio

  1. Voilà - Archeologie merovingienne
  2. Voilà - Necropole merovingienne
  3. Nécropole du Château de Montaigut
  4. Les fouilles du musée Saint-Raymond de Toulouse
  5. Découverte exceptionnelle de deux tombes gallo-romaines à Naintré (Vienne)
  6. La nécropole du Château de Montaigut, Gissac, Aveyron
  7. L'histoire de Crémieu
  8. La Nècropole Mérovingienne et le Cimitière Médiéval du Bourg à Tonnay-Charente
  9. La nécropole mérovingienne et le cimetière médiéval du Pont, à Saint-Agnant
  10. Découverte d'un sarcophage mérovingien à Loire-les-Marais
  11. La nécropole mérovingienne de Brèves
  12. La Civilisation Merovingienne a Longpre
  13. Les fouilles du Musée Saint-Raynond Toulouse
  14. Sarcophage mérovingien découvert en 1988 à Arpajon-sur-Cèr
  15. Sarcophage mérovingien à Gennes
  16. Chantier de fouilles de sauvetage urgent sur la nécropole mérovingienne de Puymirol
  17. Caves voûtées XVIIIe pour nécropole mérovingienne a Cambrai
  18. Le "trésor d'Airan" (Calvados)
  19. La nécropole de Frénouville (Calvados)
  20. I corni potori d'oro di Gallehus
  21. Gallehus Horns, an Encyclopaedia Britannica
  22. Gallehus Horns
  23. Namur, Grognon - Sépulture du Haut Moyen Age exceptionnellement bien conservée
  24. La stele dite du "couple de paysans" d'Oberhaslach
  25. L'époque mérovingienne a Virton, Belgique
  26. Saint-Maurice
  27. Rungis
  28. La Queue-en-Brie
  29. Nogent-sur-Marne
  30. Chevilly-Larue
  31. Bry-sur-Marne
  32. Edifice religieux, nécropole et habitats à Villiers le Bâcle

Nord Europa

  1. Barshalder - A central cemetery in Gotland 1-1125 AD
  2. Fröjel Newsletter, Volume 1, Issue 1 - A female Viking Age grave
  3. Anundshög, Sweden - Viking Heritage Database
  4. Vendel, Valsgärde, Sweden - Viking Heritage Database
  5. Gamla Uppsala, Old Uppsala, Sweden - Viking Heritage Database
  6. The Gokstad ship
  7. The Oseberg ship
  8. The unique Oseberg Find
  9. Oldest Christian find in Kvinesdal, West Agder, Norway
  10. Moster Kirke, Norway - Viking Heritage Database
  11. The Gokstad Ship - What was hidden in the Kings Mound
  12. The Graves
  13. Bodies of the Bogs - Nebelgård Mose, a small bog in Jutland, Denmark
  14. Hesselbjerg - Moesgaard Museum
  15. Death, burial and the Viking gods
  16. Archaeoastronomy - About the grooves in Gotland
  17. The Great Pagan Midwinter Sacrifice and the Royal Mounds at Uppsala - By Göran Henriksson
  18. Reasons and prelude to the Viking age, the arrival of the Svear in the 6th century
  19. A ship-cementery on the B&W site in Copenhagen
  20. The Thorisá-barrow, Skriddalshreppur, Iceland - Viking Heritage Database
  21. Saleby: en tidig centralort på Varaslätten
  22. Illerup ådal. et arkæologisk skatkammer med våben, guld og sølv - Moesgard Museum

Germania

  1. Fürstengräber des frühen Mittelalters
  2. Burial Customs of Germanic Societies
  3. The Late Saxon cemetery of Rullstorf, distr. of Lüneburg
  4. Zwischen Walhall und Paradies - Deutsches Historisches Museum, Berlin
  5. Die Bestattung des Fürsten Ludwig von Nassau-Saarbrücken
  6. Schloßkirche Saarbrücken. Die Bestattung des Fürsten Wilhelm Heinrich von Nassau-Saarbrücken
  7. Fürstengräber des frühen Mittelalters
  8. Archäologie Aktuell, No. 4 Juli 1997 - Entdeckungen und neue Funde aus der Region Ingolstadt
  9. Megaliths as boundary markers - University of Toronto

Svizzera

  1. Yverdon à l'époque romaine tardive
  2. Archäologische Bodenforschung des Kantons Basel-Stadt - Alamannischer Grabfund in Basel

Spagna

  1. Funus Romanum - Collecciones Funerarias Romanas en la Europa Atlantica y Mediterranea (s. II a.C., s. VI d.C.)


Est Europa

  1. Early Medieval inhumation cemetery at S´ródka in Poznan
  2. Medieval Borderland Inhabitants - By Dariusz Krasnode
  3. The Goths in Greater Poland - By Tadeusz Makiewicz
  4. The archaeological research activities of the Branch comprise prehistory and Early Middle Ages archaeology of Loess Uplands, the Carpathians, the Carpathian Foothills and other Poland’s regions
  5. Excavations at Slany in Central Bohemia - Research School of Archaeology and Archaeological Science, University of Sheffield
  6. The Monumental Barrows of the Period 700-1000 AD at the Russian North-West
  7. The Tsaroukkas, Mycenaeans and Trade Project - Department of Antiquities, Cyprus
  8. Velkomoravské Pohrebistev Bukovanech U Kyjova - Rep. Ceca
  9. Great Moravian Burial Ground in Bukovany U Kyjova