Session111
TitleBritish Archaeological Association, I: Borders in the Secular Landscape
Date/TimeMonday 4 July 2022: 11.15-12.45
 
SponsorBritish Archaeological Association
 
OrganiserHarriet Mahood, Graduate Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Reading
 
Moderator/ChairHarriet Mahood, Graduate Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Reading
 
Paper 111-a The Rise and Fall of Arid Settlements at the Borders of the Late Roman Empire in the 6th-7th Centuries
(Language: English)
Lev Cosijns, [Requested 02/09]
Haggai Olshanetsky, Department of Classical Studies, Bar-Ilan University
Index Terms: Archaeology - General; Archaeology - Sites; Byzantine Studies; Geography and Settlement Studies
Paper 111-b Between the Clean and Unclean: The Division of Animals within the Manorial Curia
(Language: English)
Duncan Berryman, Centre for Community Archaeology, Queen's University Belfast
Index Terms: Archaeology - Sites; Architecture - Secular; Daily Life; Economics - Rural
Paper 111-c Boundary Lines and Limits in Forest, Fields, and Wastes
(Language: English)
Julian T. Munby, Oxford Archaeology
Index Terms: Archaeology - Sites; Geography and Settlement Studies
 
AbstractThis session looks at borders in the secular landscape from declining agricultural settlements in the Late Roman Empire, through to the relationship between castles in Wales and the land around them and where animals were put, and how to manage them.