The first fifty volumes of Medieval Archaeology are freely available online. This journal is a major scholarly resource for medieval studies, its broad coverage of the period frequently overlapping with topics discussed here at Senchus. The full text of articles from 1957 to 2006 is accessible to all.
There is much to interest those of us with Scottish leanings. One article that I heartily recommend is Meggen Gondek’s ‘Investing in sculpture: power in Early Historic Scotland’, published in the 2006 volume. This is a very useful study of the relationship between wealth, authority and the patronage of expert stone-carvers in three geographical areas, one of which is Southern Pictland.
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