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What's ? in 2006


December 10, 2006
A revised guest-article by August Hunt: The Red Deagon of Wales.

October 29, 2006
A new guest-article by Keith Nurse: Dark Age Halls of Power, in which the author looks at archaeological and other evidence of post-Roman successor settlements in the area of Hadrian's Wall. Could they offer a blueprint for other successor states from the times of Vortigern to Arthur?

April 16, 2006
New in the Bibliography for March:

  • Harris, Anthea (2003): Byzantium, Britain & the West: Archaeology of Cultural Identity AD400-650, (Tempus). *
  • Maund, Kari L. (2002): The Welsh Kings, The Medieval Rulers of Wales, (Tempus).*

March 6, 2006
New in the Bibliography for March:

  • Wynn, Philip (1997): Frigeridus, the British Tyrants, and the early fifth Century Barbarian Invaders of Gaul and Spain, in: Athenaeum 85, pp. 69-75.*

January 21, 2006
A new year and a good startoff with a new guest-article by Patrick Constable: Discordia, towards a Chronology for 5th century Britain.
New in the Bibliography for January:

  • no new items.

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