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The age of Arthur
Bibliography: p. 522-546.
|LC Classifications||DA145 .M56|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 665 p.|
|Number of Pages||665|
|LC Control Number||72011121|
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Morris suggests this age is not so much obscure as it has been overlooked. (Or was at the time he published his book. Many new "early Medieval studies" were published in the s)/5(24).
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Indeed, for many this is The Age of Arthur (Morris ). In recent years, scholars have warned us against using the problematic Arthur to define an historical period (Dumville ; Thomas ). Most archaeologists have opted to use the label "Sub-Roman Britain," first used by ceramics experts to describe declining standards in Romano-British.
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