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Durham University

Institute of Medieval and Early Modern Studies (IMEMS)

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The Archaeology of Anglo-Saxon Lindisfarne

22nd January 2013, 17:30, The Birley Room, Hatfield College , Dr David Petts , Durham University

Dr David Petts is Lecturer in the Archaeology of Northern England in the Dept of Archaeology at Durham University. He specialises in the archaeology of early Christianity in Britain and beyond, with a particular interest in the early church in Northumbria. He is currently carrying out fieldwork at the Roman fort of Binchester, on early churches in Western Normandy, and most recently, on Holy Island (Lindisfarne).

In this lecture he will explore the evidence for the early medieval monastic site on the island in the light of the latest results from this research.

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