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UNDERSTANDING THE EARLY ANGLO-SAXON FENLAND THROUGH ITS PLACE NAMES

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Institute of Continuing Education

Madingley Hall

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The fenland is generally believed to have been dominated by Anglo-Saxon migrants from the mid-5th century AD to the almost complete exclusion of the existing Romano-British population. This lecture reports on new research which uses the place-names of the region to explore that assertion.

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