The Magor Pill Medieval Wreck (CBA Research Reports) ebook
by Nigel Nayling
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The Magor Pill Medieval Wreck. Nayling, . 1998, The Magor Pill Medieval Wreck. The Kingsteignton Boat.
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Publication Date: Jan 1, 2008. The Magor Pill Medieval Wreck more. In 1994 the distorted timbers of a medieval boat came to light at Magor Pill, on the coast of the Gwent Levels, when storms washed away the sediments which had covered them since the boat ran aground about 700 years ago. This report charts the complex and difficult excavation and recovery of the boat and its cargo of iron ore.
The Magor Pill medieval wreck. Contacts between Ireland and Anglo-Saxon England in the seventh century. Anglo-Saxon Studies in Archaeology and History, 6, 93–102. Pagan or Christian? Burial in Ireland during the 5th to 8th centuries AD.
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In 12 chapters and two appendices, the authors and their contributors present, in typically rigorous McGrail fashion, all that might be wished for in a report of this type and more besides
In 12 chapters and two appendices, the authors and their contributors present, in typically rigorous McGrail fashion, all that might be wished for in a report of this type and more besides. This is packaged within a handsome volume maintaining the high production standards we have come to expect from the CBA, with extremely clear text and high-quality photos and diagrams.