Addresses the commemorative functions of funerary ritual between 400–1100 AD using archaeological remains as its evidence base.
Table of Contents
List of figures; Preface; 1. Death, memory and material culture; 2. Objects of memory; 3. Remembering through the body; 4. Graves as mnemonic compositions; 5. Monuments and memory; 6. Death and landscape; 7. Remembering, forgetting and the mortuary context; references; Index.
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