The excavation of the cemetery at Finglesham in east Kent was a milestone in Anglo-Saxon archaeology, as one of the first cemeteries of this period to be excavated in its entirety. The present report covers the 216 inhumation graves dating from the 6th to 8th centuries excavated by Sonia Hawkes between 1959 and 1967. The volume comprises an introduction, a fully illustrated grave inventory, a report on the human skeletal remains and a number of specialists reports.
by Sonia Chadwick Hawkes and Guy GraingerReview:
this report at last allows important data to be brought fully into the public domain, and offers Fingelsham a new lease of life' (Tim Pestell British Archaeology Review, 2006)
an essential point of reference for all working with early Anglo-Saxon burial data.' (Tania Dickinson Antiquity, 2006)
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