Britain’s history depicted in a new light

A hoard of beautiful gold military objects found in 2009 in a Staffordshire, England field drew attention to the mysterious world of 7th and 8th century Britain. This time period is the focus of Boston College History Professor Robin Fleming’s Britain After Rome: The Fall and Rise, 400-1070, which depicts life in Britain between the departure of the Roman legions and the arrival of Norman invaders nearly seven centuries later. Combining a wealth of research and imaginative engagement, it brings modern readers close to those tumultuous centuries and allows them to see Britain’s history in a new light.
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