Trees in the Religions of Early Medieval England — Little Oak Dragons

Book review of Trees in the Religions of Early Medieval England (Anglo-Saxon Studies) by Michael D.J. Bintley An age of transitions Early medieval England is very interesting because it is an age of transitions. Anglo-Saxon settlement From 410 AD onwards, the Roman Empire was no longer able to protect its territory in Britain. At this […]

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